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The Blues Brothers

The Blues Brothers

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

The Blues Brothers are on the run from the law. Take control of either bulky Jake or nippy Elwood in this five-level platform game. You must cross a prison, a river and the big city to reach freedom. You also must find your missing records and collect these. Everything and everyone is against you, but you can pick up and throw warehouse crates to defeat your opponents.

The Blues Brothers

The Blues Brothers

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

The Blues Brothers are on the run from the law. Take control of either bulky Jake or nippy Elwood in this five-level platform game. You must cross a prison, a river and the big city to reach freedom. You also must find your missing records and collect these. Everything and everyone is against you, but you can pick up and throw warehouse crates to defeat your opponents.

The Blues Brothers

The Blues Brothers

Atari ST - Released - 1991

The Blues Brothers are on the run from the law. Take control of either bulky Jake or nippy Elwood in this five-level platform game. You must cross a prison, a river and the big city to reach freedom. You also must find your missing records and collect these. Everything and everyone is against you, but you can pick up and throw warehouse crates to defeat your opponents.

The Blues Brothers

The Blues Brothers

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1992

The Blues Brothers are on the run from the law. Take control of either bulky Jake or nippy Elwood in this five-level platform game. You must cross a prison, a river and the big city to reach freedom. You also must find your missing records and collect these. Everything and everyone is against you, but you can pick up and throw warehouse crates to defeat your opponents.

The Blues Brothers: Jukebox Adventure

The Blues Brothers: Jukebox Adventure

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1994

Jukebox Adventure is the sequel to The Blues Brothers. Once again, the player has to choose a favourite Blues Brother and take him through different side-scrolling platform levels. He needs to collect records and use them as defence by throwing them towards enemies. There are also power-ups that can be gathered until the jukebox to progress to the next level is found

The Blues Brothers: Jukebox Adventure

The Blues Brothers: Jukebox Adventure

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

Jukebox Adventure is the sequel to The Blues Brothers. Once again, the player has to choose a favourite Blues Brother and take him through different side-scrolling platform levels. He needs to collect records and use them as defence by throwing them towards enemies. There are also power-ups that can be gathered until the jukebox to progress to the next level is found.

Crazy Cars

Crazy Cars

MS-DOS - Released - 1987

Starting Titus' racing series of third-person perspective racing games, Crazy Cars encompasses the American Cross Country Prestige Cars Race. This takes in several parts of the USA, in several powerful cars. Initially you have a Porsche 911 Turbo in your hands, but this can later be upgraded to a Lamborghini and then a Ferrari. There are other cars on the road, which you must avoid contact with. Bumps and divots in the road throws the car off course, as does contact with any of the roadside barriers. Each race must be completed within the time limit.

Crazy Cars

Crazy Cars

Commodore Amiga - Released - March 1, 1988

Starting Titus' racing series of third-person perspective racing games, Crazy Cars encompasses the American Cross Country Prestige Cars Race. This takes in several parts of the USA, in several powerful cars. Initially you have a Porsche 911 Turbo in your hands, but this can later be upgraded to a Lamborghini and then a Ferrari. There are other cars on the road, which you must avoid contact with. Bumps and divots in the road throws the car off course, as does contact with any of the roadside barriers. Each race must be completed within the time limit.

Crazy Cars

Crazy Cars

Commodore 64 - Released - July 1, 1988

Crazy Cars encompasses the American Cross Country Prestige Cars Race. This takes in several parts of the USA, in several powerful cars. Initially you have a Porsche 911 Turbo in your hands, but this can later be upgraded to a Lamborghini and then a Ferrari. There are other cars on the road, which you must avoid contact with. Bumps and divots in the road throws the car off course, as does contact with any of the roadside barriers. Each race must be completed within the time limit.

Crazy Cars

Crazy Cars

Apple Mac OS - Released - 1988

Starting Titus' racing series of third-person perspective racing games, Crazy Cars encompasses the American Cross Country Prestige Cars Race. This takes in several parts of the USA, in several powerful cars. Initially you have a Porsche 911 Turbo in your hands, but this can later be upgraded to a Lamborghini and then a Ferrari. There are other cars on the road, which you must avoid contact with. Bumps and divots in the road throws the car off course, as does contact with any of the roadside barriers. Each race must be completed within the time limit.

Crazy Cars 2

Crazy Cars 2

Apple Mac OS - Released - 1990

You have discovered evidence that a rogue group of police officers are involved in a stolen car racket. To stop them profiting form their dubious actions you must get across America as quickly as possible. This is made a little easier by the fact that your turbocharged Ferrari F40 can do over 300 MPH. There are many forks in the road, with arrows at the top of the screen indicating which route is quicker. Any high-speed contact causes the car to blow up, but you have an infinite supply of these, and the only real penalty is the lost time. There are lots of road blocks to swerve around. The...

Crazy Cars 3

Crazy Cars 3

Commodore 64 - Released - 1992

Starting out with just a basic Lamborghini and $6000, your aim is to rise to the top of the 4 divisions of racing through success on 60 race tracks across The United States. In each division there are 20 rival racers, up to 3 of which compete in each race at a time. The races also feature lots of local drivers (who can take crucial positions away from you and the other championship drivers), Sunday drivers going at normal speed, and police. Before each race you will be told of the quality of the locals and the likelihood of police presence. When police are in the area, speeding beyond 110 km/h...

Crazy Cars 3

Crazy Cars 3

Commodore Amiga - Released - November 1, 1992

Starting out with just a basic Lamborghini and $6000, your aim is to rise to the top of the 4 divisions of racing through success on 60 racetracks across America. In each division there are 20 rival racers, up to 3 of which compete in each race at a time. The races also feature lots of local drivers (who can take crucial positions away from you and the other championship drivers), Sunday drivers going at normal speed, and police. Before each race you will be told of the quality of the locals and the likelihood of police presence. When police are in the area, speeding beyond 110 Km/h...

Crazy Cars II

Crazy Cars II

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

You have discovered evidence that a rogue group of police officers are involved in a stolen car racket To stop them profiting form their dubious actions you must get across America as quickly as possible. This is made a little easier by the fact that your turbocharged Ferrari F40 can do over 300 MPH. There are many forks in the road, with arrows at the top of the screen indicating which route is quicker. Any high-speed contact causes the car to blow up, but you have an infinite supply of these, and the only real penalty is the lost time. There are lots of road blocks to swerve around. The...

Crazy Cars II

Crazy Cars II

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

You have discovered evidence that a rogue group of police officers are involved in a stolen car racket To stop them profiting form their dubious actions you must get across America as quickly as possible. This is made a little easier by the fact that your turbocharged Ferrari F40 can do over 300 MPH. There are many forks in the road, with arrows at the top of the screen indicating which route is quicker. Any high-speed contact causes the car to blow up, but you have an infinite supply of these, and the only real penalty is the lost time. There are lots of road blocks to swerve around. The...

Crime Does Not Pay

Crime Does Not Pay

Atari ST - Released - 1991

Crime Does Not Pay is "Officially Endorsed by the Mafia." In this game the player can play as the Godfather, femme fatale, or the Killer. The player can use mobsters in order to bribe, blackmail, or fight. Play as either the Chinese or Italian gangs to get money and power. The player will be up against punks, cops, killers, and rival gangs.

Crime Does Not Pay

Crime Does Not Pay

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

Crime Does Not Pay is an Action Adventure game, developed by Eldritch The Cat and published by Titus Software, which was released in Europe in 1991. By rights, this review should have been written from within the safe confines of a mental institution, for never as your reviewer been closer to eating his own head in a state of maddened frustration than after two hours in the vile company of this pseudo-gangster yam , Crime Does Not Pay. So how does it work? Well, you are the head of a criminal organization – the game is 'endorsed by the Mafia' it says on the box – and it's your job to...

Dark Century

Dark Century

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

You control a squad of high-tech tanks and you have to destroy the enemy squad. The tanks can move quickly, make sharp turns or fire in all the directions. The graphics in 3D are very well done for a 1990 game. Even if the game has a rather simplistic plot it can get quickly very addictive.

Dick Tracy

Dick Tracy

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

Dick Tracy is a tie in to the 1990 movie adaptation of the classic comic strip, staring Warren Beatty and Madonna. While an action/adventure hybrid using this license was released by Disney for the PC and Amiga, Titus also held a license to the movie. This is a side scrolling action game, where you control Dick Tracy as he moves through five stages, shooting gangsters with an assortment of weapons. Each stage leads to one of the mob bosses, until you ultimately capture the big man himself.

Dick Tracy

Dick Tracy

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

Dick Tracy is a tie in to the 1990 movie adaptation of the classic comic strip, staring Warren Beatty and Madonna. While an action/adventure hybrid using this license was released by Disney for the PC and Amiga, Titus also held a license to the movie. This is a side scrolling action game, where you control Dick Tracy as he moves through five stages, shooting gangsters with an assortment of weapons. Each stage leads to one of the mob bosses, until you ultimately capture the big man himself.

Dick Tracy

Dick Tracy

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1990

Dick Tracy is a tie in to the 1990 movie adaptation of the classic comic strip, staring Warren Beatty and Madonna. While an action/adventure hybrid using this license was released by Disney for the PC and Amiga, Titus also held a license to the movie. This is a side scrolling action game, where you control Dick Tracy as he moves through five stages, shooting gangsters with an assortment of weapons. Each stage leads to one of the mob bosses, until you ultimately capture the big man himself.

Dick Tracy

Dick Tracy

Atari ST - Released - 1990

Dick Tracy is a tie in to the 1990 movie adaptation of the classic comic strip, staring Warren Beatty and Madonna. While an action/adventure hybrid using this license was released by Disney for the PC and Amiga, Titus also held a license to the movie. This is a side scrolling action game, where you control Dick Tracy as he moves through five stages, shooting gangsters with an assortment of weapons. Each stage leads to one of the mob bosses, until you ultimately capture the big man himself.

Dick Tracy

Dick Tracy

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1990

Dick Tracy is a tie in to the 1990 movie adaptation of the classic comic strip, staring Warren Beatty and Madonna. While an action/adventure hybrid using this license was released by Disney for the PC and Amiga, Titus also held a license to the movie. This is a side scrolling action game, where you control Dick Tracy as he moves through five stages, shooting gangsters with an assortment of weapons. Each stage leads to one of the mob bosses, until you ultimately capture the big man himself.

F40 Pursuit Simulator

F40 Pursuit Simulator

MS-DOS - Released - 1989

You have discovered evidence that a rogue group of police officers are involved in a stolen car racket. To stop them profiting form their dubious actions you must get across America as quickly as possible. This is made a little easier by the fact that your turbocharged Ferrari F40 can do over 300 MPH. There are many forks in the road, with arrows at the top of the screen indicating which route is quicker. Any high-speed contact causes the car to blow up, but you have an infinite supply of these, and the only real penalty is the lost time. There are lots of road blocks to swerve around. The...

Fire & Forget II

Fire & Forget II

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

John Torofex, security consultant for the International Peace Conference in Megapolis has been tipped off that a group of ruthless mercenaries are on their way to the centre of the city intent wreaking havoc and murdering the conference delegates. Your help Is required - pronto! The villains must be stopped on the roads before they get to the conference centre. Luckily you’ve just had the Thunder Master II serviced, so you’re ready tor action. Obviously, coming from behind, you’ll meet the mercenary minions first. Get rid of these as soon as possible as it’s the head of the convoy that you...

Fire & Forget II

Fire & Forget II

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

Part two in the Fire and Forget series, best described as Crazy Cars (also by Titus) with weapons in a futuristic setting. This game combines the genres action and driving. In each of the five levels you need to blow your way to the front of the death convoy and shot down the leader of a group of terrorists, who plans to blow up a city. Your machine of destruction is a car with the ability to fly.

Fire & Forget II

Fire & Forget II

Atari ST - Released - 1991

Part two in the Fire and Forget series, best described as Crazy Cars (also by Titus) with weapons in a futuristic setting. This game combines the genres action and driving. In each of the five levels you need to blow your way to the front of the death convoy and shot down the leader of a group of terrorists, who plans to blow up a city. Your machine of destruction is a car with the ability to fly.

Fire and Forget

Fire and Forget

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1988

Restore peace on earth and collect a high score while doing so in the first one of the Fire and Forget games by Titus. Fire and Forget is a racing game in which you have to complete courses by blowing up various enemies and avoiding obstacles on the road. The different tracks are located all over the globe. There are six courses within each level of difficulty. You have an infinite amount of lives, but when your car runs out of fuel it's game over. So be sure to pick up those power-ups.

Fire and Forget

Fire and Forget

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1988

Restore peace on earth and collect a high score while doing so in the first one of the Fire and Forget games by Titus. Fire and Forget is a racing game in which you have to complete courses by blowing up various enemies and avoiding obstacles on the road. The different tracks are located all over the globe. There are six courses within each level of difficulty. You have an infinite amount of lives, but when your car runs out of fuel it's game over. So be sure to pick up those power-ups.

Fire and Forget

Fire and Forget

MS-DOS - Released - 1988

Restore peace on earth and collect a high score while doing so in the first one of the Fire and Forget games by Titus. Fire and Forget is a racing game in which you have to complete courses by blowing up various enemies and avoiding obstacles on the road. The different tracks are located all over the globe. There are six courses within each level of difficulty. You have an infinite amount of lives, but when your car runs out of fuel it's game over. So be sure to pick up those power-ups.

Fire and Forget

Fire and Forget

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988

Restore peace on earth and collect a high score while doing so in the first one of the Fire and Forget games by Titus. Fire and Forget is a racing game in which you have to complete courses by blowing up various enemies and avoiding obstacles on the road. The different tracks are located all over the globe. There are six courses within each level of difficulty. You have an infinite amount of lives, but when your car runs out of fuel it's game over. So be sure to pick up those power-ups.

Galactic Conqueror

Galactic Conqueror

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988

As rebel forces close in on the space station Gallion, you launch strikes against enemy-controlled planets in the most sophisticated techno-toy available to mankind, the space fighter Thunder Cloud II. The game is a blend of action sequences in an Afterburner-esque pseudo-3D view. These sequences vary between ground combat, aerial combat and space combat, with different motion physics and enemy craft. There is also a strategic battle choices on a galactic map invaded in real-time. The PC version uses speaker tweaks to recreate the game's tune on theoretically-inferior hardware.

Galactic Conqueror

Galactic Conqueror

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1988

In the heart of the galaxy, the planet "GALLION" is threatened with invasion !! Only the "CONQUERORS" can avoid the worst. It was after the end of the reunification conflicts on earth that we saw a rebel movement form there, wishing to overthrow peace by engaging in space war. A stellar league as well as very efficient technicians were transferred to the planet " GALLION "considered by the government as a strategic point because of its position in the center of the galaxy. Fifty years were necessary for these technicians to develop an ultra-sophisticated fighter:" THUNDER CLOUD II "(endowed...

Hostile Breed

Commodore Amiga - Unreleased - 1992

Following the success of Apidya and Sim Ant, insect-related games are back in vogue, or so it would seem. And Palace’s release is no exception, pitching you against hordes of insect-nasties in a deep-space moonbase, but it has a few other elements which make it something more than just another blast-em-up. Hostile Breed combines all the excitement and action of a shoot-em-up with the strategy elements you’d expect to find in a simulation. The chief element of strategy centres on the base complex where you find yourself on the receiving end of a massive invasion. The eight-legged moonbase...

Knight Force

Knight Force

MS-DOS - Released - 1989

In Knight Force, the land Belloth, crossroad between five time periods, was conquered by the evil wizard Red Sabbath. And if that is not enough, he also kidnapped the princess. The player takes the role of a knight who has to set things right. To do so, he needs to complete five levels which represent different time periods. The goal is not only to destroy the wizard clone which occupies the time period, but also to collect seven talismans which are in possession of the wizard's minions. Each collected talisman brings advantages to the hero but only work in the correct time period which may...

L'affaire Morlov

L'affaire Morlov

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

L’affaire Morlov is a spy thriller in which you play Paul Keirn, a journalist for the newspaper "Liberation". Your girlfriend Virginie has been kidnapped and you are framed for a murder. You have 48 hours to clear your name and rescue Virginie. The game takes place from the first-person perspective, with all the action going on in real time. Similar to numerous other detective games, your key tasks are to talk to the right people, search each location thoroughly for clues, and study photographic evidence. The game features full-motion video and includes some adult scenes. To travel around in...

L'Affaire Morlov

L'Affaire Morlov

Philips CD-i - 1996

L’affaire Morlov is a spy thriller in which you play Paul Keirn, a journalist for the newspaper "Liberation". Your girlfriend Virginie has been kidnapped and you are framed for a murder. You have 48 hours to clear your name and rescue Virginie. The game takes place from the first-person perspective, with all the action going on in real time. Similar to numerous other detective games, your key tasks are to talk to the right people, search each location thoroughly for clues, and study photographic evidence. The game features full-motion video and includes some adult scenes. To travel around in...

L'affaire Morlov

L'affaire Morlov

Windows 3.X - Released - 1996

L’affaire Morlov is a spy thriller in which you play Paul Keirn, a journalist for the newspaper "Liberation". Your girlfriend Virginie has been kidnapped and you are framed for a murder. You have 48 hours to clear your name and rescue Virginie. The game takes place from the first-person perspective, with all the action going on in real time. Similar to numerous other detective games, your key tasks are to talk to the right people, search each location thoroughly for clues, and study photographic evidence. The game features full-motion video and includes some adult scenes. To travel around in...

Lagaf': Les Aventures de Moktar - Vol 1: La Zoubida

Lagaf': Les Aventures de Moktar - Vol 1: La Zoubida

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

Moktar is an Arabian man who is lost in the big city. You must bring him back to the Arab world. The game is a platform game, essentially the same as Titus the Fox, with a different main character.

Lagaf': Les Aventures de Moktar: Vol 1: La Zoubida

Lagaf': Les Aventures de Moktar: Vol 1: La Zoubida

Atari ST - Released - 1991

Moktar is an Arabian man who is lost in the big city. You must bring him back to the Arab world. The game is a platform game, essentially the same as Titus the Fox, released a year earlier with a different main character.

Lamborghini: American Challenge

Lamborghini: American Challenge

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

Starting out with just a basic Lamborghini and $6000, your aim is to rise to the top of the 4 divisions of racing through success on 60 race tracks across The United States. In each division there are 20 rival racers, up to 3 of which compete in each race at a time. The races also feature lots of local drivers (who can take crucial positions away from you and the other championship drivers), Sunday drivers going at normal speed, and police. Before each race you will be told of the quality of the locals and the likelihood of police presence. When police are in the area, speeding beyond...

Metal Rage: Defender of the Earth

Metal Rage: Defender of the Earth

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

Metal Rage: Defender of the Earth is a shooting game in which the player controls a tank inside city environments. The game is completely in 3D, and both an inside and an outside view are offered. The tank can carry multiple weapons (shells, missiles, mines, drones) which can be used against the various enemies like police cars, helicopters, assault tanks and turrets. It's also necessary to collect items and key cards that deactivate force fields.

NightStone

NightStone

Windows - Released - November 16, 2001

In NightStone you get the chance to play a Barbarian, Sorceress and Amazon, joining forces to wade your way through a land plagued by evil to destroy the NightStone. A basic isometric role-playing game, each of your characters has a limited series of statistics and an overall 'level' that, obviously, increases as you play. Limited inventory slots exist for each character and, with only one location to sell and buy items present in the game, you will have to juggle your inventory carefully. The land you explore is split up into over 30 'sections', each of which is the basis for a single...

Off Shore Warrior

Off Shore Warrior

MS-DOS - Released - 1988

Society has become ultra-peaceful, but some retain a lust for violence and carnage. Off-shore racing fills that void perfectly in this behind-the-boat racer, which resembles Titus's earlier Fire & Forget. Four X1 boats armed with missiles tough it out over circuits set up in lakes and lined with rocks, desperately trying to avoid finishing last, as this will eliminate them from future competition. Contact with other boats can also be harmful, and will cost you time.

Prehistorik

Prehistorik

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

Prehistorik is a side-view platform game with a superficial similarity to Chuck Rock. You control a neanderthal who must march through hostile pre-historic environments seeking food and keeping himself safe. Some food can be found in caves, but it mainly exists in living animal forms. These include fire-breathing Pyro-Tax dragons, the Turtosaurus, and the Bad Bat. Each of these must be clubbed to death, some taking up to 5 hits, and then walked over. Some other enemies are indestructible, with the monkeys who throw coconuts at you particularly fiendish. You will have to complete the...

Prehistorik 2

Prehistorik 2

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

Prehistorik 2 takes up the story of its predecessor, for another caveman-era platform game. The hero must use his club to crush animal enemies, many of which then release bonus items to collect. He no longer needs to feed his clan, so there is no required minimum food target, unlike the original game. Other bonus items are located around the levels, while yet more can be found by using your club creatively and adventurously. Passwords for every level can be found written in various places and they are different on every computer. You also encounter bosses after every few levels. In...

Quik the Thunder Rabbit

Quik the Thunder Rabbit

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

This platform game has much in common with console games of the era. There are 4 worlds including ice, desert and fields, and have multiple routes through. The bad guys are cutesy. You get past them by spinning at them, although jumping over them is often sufficient. Power-ups on offer include speed ups, energy, food and water (Quik’s thirst and hunger are measured separately). The bonus levels involve jumping through time, by finding the right doors.

Realm

Realm

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 1, 1996

In the year 5069 A.D., an alien invasion has devastated the planet, nearly killing the entire population and leaving the major cities of the world in ruins. Out of this chaos, Earth's last hope has arisen with a Biomech cyborg that travels through the five realms (levels) of the game in order to destroy the alien menace and bring humanity back from the brink of annihilation. The gameplay is a side-scrolling action game, where the player travels throughout stages using weapons such as lasers, heat-seeking missiles and plasma boomerangs to destroy the various enemies scattered throughout the...

Stunt GP

Stunt GP

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 20, 2001

Stunt GP (sometimes shortened to SGP) is a radio-controlled car racing video game developed by the UK-based Team17 company, and it was released in 2001 . It was published by Eon Digital Entertainment for Windows and Dreamcast, and by Titus Software for PlayStation 2. Stunt GP uses the RenderWare engine. It has both single-player and offline multiplayer game modes using the split-screen method, and various game controllers are supported. The game was originally going to be published by Hasbro Interactive under the Atari Interactive brand name with a planned release date of March 2000 [1],...

Super Cauldron

Super Cauldron

MS-DOS - Released - November 1, 1992

Cauldron and Cauldron II were successful in the 8-bit days, and this moved the series forward. You play a witch (although the character looks decidedly masculine, for no apparent reason), and have to negotiate four worlds, each split into bite-size chunks. The levels are populated with bats, trolls and snakes, which have programmed attack patterns and follow you off the screen. You can collect and cast up to 12 spells, which are accessed using the cursor or function keys (the manual amusingly refers to Amigas having F11 and F12 keys, which they don't). These include upgraded weapons (the...

Titan

Titan

MS-DOS - Released - 1989

Titan is a 2D arcade game / puzzle game hybrid. For some reason, mad professors of the future tend to invent strange entertainment games in which every participant dies. Professor Hybrys’ variant is called Titan and involves a ball, a control unit and 80 labyrinths. Your objective is either to destroy all destructible blocks in each level by hitting them with the sphere, or to pilot it to the exit. The black ball is beyond your control; it will bounce straight or diagonally through the labyrinth with constant speed. You move the control unit, a small box, with you are to position in a way...

Titan

Titan

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

Titan is a 2D arcade game / puzzle game hybrid. For some reason, mad professors of the future tend to invent strange entertainment games in which every participant dies. Professor Hybrys’ variant is called Titan and involves a ball, a control unit and 80 labyrinths. Your objective is either to destroy all destructible blocks in each level by hitting them with the sphere, or to pilot it to the exit. The black ball is beyond your control; it will bounce straight or diagonally through the labyrinth with constant speed. You move the control unit, a small box, with you are to position in a way...

Virtual Chess

Virtual Chess

Windows 3.X - Released - 1995

Virtual Chess is a feature-rich computer chess simulation that especially prides itself on a 3D, rotating chess board and pieces, complete with limited lighting techniques. By default, the game shows you a flat 2D board with a 3D game board next to it. The 3D board can be dragged and rotated to any angle you please. Virtual Chess also features some full motion video in the for of an introduction and some cut scenes.

Virtual Chess

Virtual Chess

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

Virtual Chess is a feature-rich computer chess simulation that especially prides itself on a 3D, rotating chess board and pieces, complete with limited lighting techniques. By default, the game shows you a flat 2D board with a 3D game board next to it. The 3D board can be dragged and rotated to any angle you please. Virtual Chess also features some full motion video in the for of an introduction and some cut scenes.

Wild Streets

Wild Streets

Atari ST - Released - 1989

New-York, Year 1998. The once most prestigious city in the world, has now become a fighting zone. Half of the city is left in ruins, and it is in that part of town that the marginals and gangs are living, hunted by every law enforcement agencies. The other half of the city consists of fancy mansions, in some of which the most important drug barons reside. Unfortunately, they are the ones who run the city using the enormous profits they make from dealing drugs and weapons. They now have succeeded in endangering the country's economy. The U.S. government, wanting to avoid a terrible crisis,...

Worms: World Party

Worms: World Party

Sega Dreamcast - Released - June 3, 2001

Worms World Party is an artillery game, which is a type of Turn-based strategy game. Like its predecessors, Worms World Party involves controlling a team of worms and using a collection of weaponry to eliminate the opposing team(s). The worms can walk and jump around and use tools such as the ninja rope and parachute to move to otherwise unreachable locations. The worms have an arsenal of dozens of weapons, ranging from longbows to bazookas and from fireball to Holy Hand Grenades. There are also an array of special weapons, such as Armageddon (meteor shower) or the end-all, be-all Concrete...

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