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Automobili Lamborghini

Automobili Lamborghini

Nintendo 64 - Released - November 22, 1997

Automobili Lamborghini is one of the earlier racing games for the Nintendo 64, developed by Titus. 8 cars are included in this game, among them the Lamborghini Diablo, Porsche 959, Ferrari F50 and some hidden ones. The courses are quite detailed and the effects are decent, including special effects like lens flares. Races take you through six circuits in exotic areas around the world. There are 4 modes in Single Player including Arcade Mode, Championship Mode, Single Race and Time Trials. The game also includes 4 player support.

Barbarian

Barbarian

Microsoft Xbox - Released - December 12, 2003

The once tranquil land of Barbaria has been cursed. Clouded under a dark shroud of death and disease, the world is slowly being eaten alive. The man responsible, a powerful wizard named Zaugg, has convinced the people throughout the land that there is no hope for their existence, and that his rule is the one and only. But there is a prophecy. The foretelling of a great Barbarian warrior who will rise up against the wizard Zaugg and bring balance to the land. Alas what identity will the legendary warrior take? Could it be the revenge-minded Dagan of Dolok? Or maybe Magnus, Lord of the...

Dick Tracy

Dick Tracy

Amstrad GX4000 - Released - 1991

Dick Tracy is an adaptation of a movie (with Warren Betty and Madonna sexy as hell) based on an famous american Comic book franchise.

Downforce

Downforce

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 14, 2002

Downforce is an arcade racing game released in 2002. The game includes multiple game modes, including championships, time trials, free race, standard split-screen and multiplayer tag - a mode where the winner is decided by who stays in the lead for the most amount of time rather than who crosses the finish line first.

Lamborghini American Challenge

Lamborghini American Challenge

Commodore Amiga CD32 - Released - 1993

The objective of this game is to end up the undisputed champion of highly illegal street racing throughout the entire United States. To do so, the player must race against a group of computer-controlled opponents in a variety of illegal races across the country. The races are divided into three leagues, each one with increasingly harder opponents, and the player needs to regularly upgrade their Lamborghini Diablo in order to keep them above the other racers, by using the american currency from bets as well as the bonuses earned by succeeding in the races in first place.

Maddog

Maddog

Amstrad CPC - Released - 2019

Maddog or what a dog's life! Will this unruly dog manage to live old in spite of all his fantasies? The day, animated by sudden desires, he runs and Gambols joyfully. But beware, the pound is prowling and it will have to know how to seduce its employees to escape. Playing with balloons, or birds is his favorite occupation. However the night is approaching, and it is absolutely necessary to think of coming home to make beautiful dreams.

Prehistorik

Prehistorik

Commodore CDTV - 1991

Prehistorik is a platform game developed by Titus Interactive for the Amiga, Atari ST, Amstrad CPC and MS-DOS. Titus Interactive also published it in 1991.

Robocop

Robocop

Windows - Released - April 25, 2003

Robocop places you in the titanium-coated-with-kevlar boots of Alex Murphy, killed in the line of duty and resurrected as the cyborg officer Robocop. The 2003 game features a new plot not featured in any of the films. Crime is up in Neo-Detroit due to the rapid proliferation of a new designer drug "Brain Drain," and the efforts of crime lord William Nexx to control its profitable distribution. Meanwhile, a mayoral race is heating up and getting dirty. And of course, mega-corporation OCP's role in all this is almost certain, but unclear. Robocop will have to get to the bottom of all of these...

Robocop

Windows - Released - April 25, 2003

Robocop places you in the titanium-coated-with-kevlar boots of Alex Murphy, killed in the line of duty and resurrected as the cyborg officer Robocop. The 2003 game features a new plot not featured in any of the films. Crime is up in Neo-Detroit due to the rapid proliferation of a new designer drug "Brain Drain," and the efforts of crime lord William Nexx to control its profitable distribution. Meanwhile, a mayoral race is heating up and getting dirty. And of course, mega-corporation OCP's role in all this is almost certain, but unclear. Robocop will have to get to the bottom of all of these...

Rox

Rox

Sony Playstation - Released - October 22, 1998

Rox is a falling block/matching game, but with a twist. Each of the blocks is a dice which has a number on it. Instead of only matching colors, in this game both the colors and numbers matter. In order to remove dice two end numbers must be the same, with that amount of other dice in between them. For instance if two dice are ones, there must be one die in between them. If both of the end dice are the same color, all of the dice in between will also be erased, however if they are two different colors than only the end dice will be erased.

Top Gun: Combat Zones

Top Gun: Combat Zones

Sony Playstation 2 - October 21, 2001

You are Maverick. Enter the Danger Zone. Top Gun - Combat Zone echoes the Paramount movie with speed, style, adrenaline and heart pounding action. * 34 missions across 3 decades. * 4 realistic combat zones: South East Asia, The Gulf, Northern Russia and the Miramar base. * Fly as one of the movie characters: Maverick, Jester, Iceman, Striker and Hipster. * Master the US Navy's top fighters: F/14 Tomcat, F/18 Hornet and the F/22 Raptor. * Low level flying through canyons, cityscapes and valleys.

Un Indien Dans La Ville

Un Indien Dans La Ville

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1995

Un indien dans la ville (An Indian in the city) is a 1994 French film by Hervé Palud. The film had a limited English language release under the title "Little Indian, Big City". It was later adapted for an American audience under the title "Jungle 2 Jungle", set in Manhattan and starring Tim Allen and Martin Short. A tie in game for the Game Boy was released only in France.

Virtual Chess 64

Virtual Chess 64

Nintendo 64 - Released - June 10, 1998

Transform your N64 into a powerful chess adversary. The most awesome chess engine adapts to any skill level. Learning is endless fun yet even superb players face the maximum challenge. Brilliant graphics brings this classic game alive. Become the next chess legend!

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