Mirage Software

Alchemia

Alchemia

Atari 800 - 1993

Alchemia is an action platform game. Written in Polish. The story begins when Berediusz wakes up in a strange place. To return to the home the player must find the indicated number of amphoras on each of the four levels. The task is complicated by the passage of time and the numerous creatures inhabiting the maze. The contact with the hostile objects means a loss of the energy, the fall on spikes - instant death.

American Poker

American Poker

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1993

American Poker is an enhanced conversion of a classic gambling coin-op machine poker game. The game features two modes: gambling and fun. Gambling mode is a standard poker game against computer. The player makes a bet, chooses the cards and gets rewarded for collecting one of the winning layouts. After winning the game the player participates in a game of chance, guessing the hidden cards. Fun mode is expanded by an additional option - the possibility of buying 54 pieces of a picture of a naked woman. The price of one piece depends on the chosen difficulty level. The game features digitized...

Atlantyda

Atlantyda

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

Atlantyda is a classic platform game. The player must find 160 diamonds scattered around the castle in order to save Atlantis from the evil sorcerer's curse. The task requires finding multiple keys (vertical and horizontal), allowing to activate levers opening doors and floor trapdoors. The contact with enemies takes some energy, falling from the high is painless. Outside the diamonds the player will encounter an increasing points potions, apples supplying energy and hearts supplementing energy to the maximum level. The game contains a lot of places with no way out so every step requires an...

Dan Wilder

Dan Wilder

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

Dan Wilder is an isometric action-adventure game, similar to Heimdall II or Cadaver. The action takes place on a Mars space base in 2998. The game begins when Dany Wilder, former policeman, is betrayed by teammates during an attack on a D-86 transporter. The mission requires finding other smugglers (James, Al, Mary) to impose the justice. The main character may move in eight directions, use items, talk with NPC's and perform minor task by doing something or providing specified items in exchange for information or useful objects. The conversation features selecting a proper dialogue option. The...

Doman: Grzechy Ardana

Doman: Grzechy Ardana

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1995

Doman: Grzechy Ardana (Doman: Ardan's Sins) is a brutal beat 'em up which tells the story of Doman, a Slavic response to the famous Conan, featured in a series of Polish comic books. Playing as Doman (or his buddy Baurus) you must end the tyranny of Ardan, fighting against his footmen, archers, mages and giant guards. You'll travel through forests, villages, shores and mountains, meeting NPCs, to finally reach Satan's Claw (Ardan's castle). The game is a side-scrolling fighting game similar to the likes of Double Dragon: our protagonist heads relentlessly to the right, occasionally stopping...

Franko: The Crazy Revenge

Franko: The Crazy Revenge

MS-DOS - Released - February 23, 1996

Alex and Franko were a pair of great friends, born in times where Poland was morphing from communist country into something else. Lost in the world, they couldn't find them self in the new reality. Living in the Polish city of Szczecin, the two were growing up in a rather unfriendly neighborhood. Mastering martial arts, they found their life tough but very interesting. Until one day a band of thugs attacked them. After a long fight, when Franko was able to see and feel again, he saw a body of his friend, and in his ears he still heard the laughter of the band's leader, Klocek. Now it's time...

Franko: The Crazy Revenge

Franko: The Crazy Revenge

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

Franko: The Crazy Revenge is a Beat ‘Em Up game, developed by World Software and published by Mirage, which was released in Europe in 1994. Alex and Franko were a pair of great friends, born in times where Poland was morphing from communist country into something else. Lost in the world, they couldn’t find them self in the new reality. Living in the Polish city of Szczecin, the two were growing up in a rather unfriendly neighborhood. Mastering martial arts, they found their life tough but very interesting. Until one day a band of thugs attacked them. After a long fight, when Franko was able...

Helix

Atari 800 - Released - 1993

Janosik

MS-DOS - Released - June 23, 1994

Janosik is an enhanced port of Atari game of the same title. Graphics and audio aspects were adapted to the 16-bit computers, boards entirely remodeled. The game introduced some new elements, like animated short scenes or new types of obstacles. The game world is divided into forest, village and castle areas. Armed with a shepherd's axe and precise jumping ability Janosik must defeat all the enemies to free Maryna. This platform game is loosely based on the story around Juraj Jánošík, a XVII / XVIIIc. Slovak highlander, leader of Carpathian brigands. In Poland the legend was revived by a...

Pinomania

Pinomania

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

Pinomania is a puzzle board game, a clone of a classic game Pentomino with the appearance of as a static Tetris. The goal of the player is to fill a pattern picture with all the available blocks. The blocks may be turned in every direction and flipped. Each level allows to make a designated number of checks, showing correct placed blocks. The blocks may be removed from the board back to the clipboard. There is no limit of trials. After completing the level players receive a level code. The game consists of 80 levels all together, all use the same set of 12 blocks.

RockStar: Never Trust Rotten Tangerines

RockStar: Never Trust Rotten Tangerines

Commodore Amiga - 1996

Rockstar: Never Trust Rotten Tangerines is a rock band simulation game, where the player must go through the music business from the garage level to the top of the worldwide charts. The gameplay includes the team members' musical development, cutting singles and records, going on world tours, buying the instruments, fundraising, and making a record deals or distribution. The game offers three difficulty levels.

Rooster

MS-DOS - Released - July 30, 1995

Rooster is a 2D top-down shooter with logic elements visually resembles the game Alien Breed. The player's task is to annihilate terrorists from Mars who have mastered the science base on the moon, where the best Earth scientists conducted research on new types of weapons. Terrorists have taken over the space station defenses robots that treat our commando as a hostile. In addition to the enemies you come across various interactive elements, such as mobile missiles, mines, generators, turbines, scientists. The game consists of four extensive levels.

Street Hustle

Street Hustle

Commodore Amiga - 1994

Street Hustle is a clone of the ZX Spectrum game titled Street Hassle, showing what happens when a good behaved youngster can't get enough sleep after a full night party because of early morning activity of old peoples. The main character takes sunglasses, turns on the music and move to the city seeking for justice. Using punches, kicks, headbutts, long throws and other wrestling special moves (including tickling!) the player must eliminate all hostile gramps throwing cola cans, grannies with umbrellas, barking dogs, crazy monkeys and huge basketball players. The game is divided into five...

Uncover It

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

This BreakOut clone has nudity elements. As always you have to dodge the ball to break the wall, but this time you control two paddles symmetric one to another. The ball may exit the field not only from one side but from each of four sides. Finishing the level, you are allowed to see a nude girl from a Polish magazine. But nudity isn't progressive from level to level and is always limited to topless.

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