Ocean Software

100% Dynamite

100% Dynamite

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

100% Dynamite is a collection of four games, including three arcade conversions: • After Burner (European version) • Double Dragon • Last Ninja 2: Back with a Vengeance • WEC Le Mans

6 Super Hits pour Amstrad

6 Super Hits pour Amstrad

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1987

6 Super Hits pour Amstrad is a six game compilation pack that was only released in France for the Amstrad CPC line of computers. It was published in 1987 by Ocean Software. It consists of the following games which were all previously released by Ocean individually: • Galivan • Knight Rider • Miami Vice • Short Circuit • Street Hawk • Top Gun

90 Minutes: European Prime Goal

90 Minutes: European Prime Goal

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 4, 1995

Enter into Europe. Challenge any one of the fourteen greatest European football teams and play the game how it was meant to be played. Exciting action, feverish atmosphere and the highest level of football detail from training and single matches to full blown cup and league modes are here to satisfy the urge for the irresistible game.

The Addams Family

The Addams Family

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 1, 1992

Morticia has been kidnapped! Uncle Fester has lost his memory and has fallen under the spell of Abigail Craven, a conniving character who is anxious to lay her greedy hands on the Addams' hidden fortune. Having recruited a misled Uncle Fester, and assisted by her cohorts Tully and The Judge, she manages to capture and imprison the other members of the Addams family within the huge Addams mansion! Only Gomez can save the day by freeing his son Pugsley, his daughter Wednesday, and Granny - and by restoring Uncle Fester's memory. Accomplishing these tasks is daunting enough, but then Gomez must...

The Addams Family

The Addams Family

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1992

The Addams Family is a platform game based on the 1991 movie of the same name released by Ocean Software in 1992. The game was released for the Sega Mega Drive / Genesis, Super NES, Amiga and Atari ST. Ocean released several other versions of the game for other platforms, featuring different levels and gameplay. One version was released for the Sega Master System, Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Game Gear, with the latter ported by Acclaim Entertainment. A third title was developed for the Game Boy, and a fourth was produced for the Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum home...

Addams Family Values

Addams Family Values

Sega Genesis - Released - June 1, 1995

The evil Debbie Jelinksi is harming the Addams family once again... She has kidnapped Baby Pubert, and Uncle Fester is the one who must find him and to bring him back to his loving family. The game is based on the live-action movie of the same name. Addams Family Values is an action adventure game with slight RPG elements (you gain more hit points while proceeding in the game, can upgrade your equipment and special attacks). You control Fester, by moving him around, fighting regular enemies and bosses, talking to members of Addams household, and occasionally solving puzzles. The combat is...

Addams Family Values

Addams Family Values

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 1, 1995

Evil nanny, Debbie Jellinsky, has stolen Baby Pubert and only you, Uncle Fester, can save him in an outrageous role-playing adventure - Addams Family style. Venture through maze-filled gardens and goon-infested swamps. Gather clues and use your Addams charm to con Debbie's "loyal" friends into helping you - for a price! And maybe with a little Family advice and lots of Addams cunning, you'll be able to rescue Pubert and put your evil bride Debbie... in the hot seat!

The Addams Family: Pugsley's Scavenger Hunt

The Addams Family: Pugsley's Scavenger Hunt

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 23, 1993

As if things weren't ooky enough! Wednesday has devised a simply torturous game which will drive her darling wretched brother, Pugsley, to happiness. How absolutely delicious! She has hidden six wonderfully strange items somewhere about the Addams Family Mansion. Now, you must guide poor Pugsley on his quest to uncover them. Traps, traps, traps you say! Well, yes. What else would add so much lovely horror to this unnaturally delightful fun? Little Wednesday has made sure this adventure will be a doom-filled doozie. There are hidden switches all about, which produce the loveliest...

The Addams Family: Pugsley's Scavenger Hunt

The Addams Family: Pugsley's Scavenger Hunt

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1992

Darling little Pugsley has lost his family to kidnappers who have hidden them as prisoners in their own spooky home. Only lovable little Pugsley can rescue them by hunting for delightfully strange items located in secret spots in their weird mansion. What oddities and atrocities await him! There are twisted creatures and complex features at every turn of the task. If precious little Pugsley is able, he'll find and rescue Gomez, Granny, Wednesday and Uncle Fester and see them to the music room. Each one holds a piece of the unnaturally lovely music which Lurch must play to unlock the secret...

Addicted to Fun: Ninja Collection

Addicted to Fun: Ninja Collection

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1991

Addicted to Fun: Ninja Collection is a collection of three games: Dragon Ninja Double Dragon Shadow Warriors

Adidas Championship Football

Adidas Championship Football

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1990

Adidas Championship Football is a soccer game with 24 national teams. The only playing mode is a championship which mimics the World Cup with randomly drawn groups. A second player can control a second team. The playing perspective is top-down with a scrolling field. The control method is an expanded dribbling method known from the Kick Off series. To make a shot, the player needs to hold down the button for a certain amount of time (this determines the power of the shot) and only then play the ball. The angle can be changed by tapping the button.

Adidas Championship Tie Break

Adidas Championship Tie Break

Atari ST - Released - 1990

This tennis simulation uses a top-down scrolling perspective. You are not in control of the player's motion, but once he gets close to the ball, shot selection is down to you. Standard shots plus topspin, lobs and stop volleys are available, by pushing the joystick in the right direction as you aim the shot. The game supports up to 16 players in singles matches on a variety of court surfaces. It includes all of the major world tournaments - the four Grand Slam events at Melbourne, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and New York, plus the Davis Cup and Masters events. An early attempt at TV-style...

The Adventures of Kid Kleets

The Adventures of Kid Kleets

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 28, 1993

Someone has stolen the World Soccer Cup and scattered the broken pieces all over the globe. Kid Kleets to the rescue... Armed with your most lethal weapon — a trusty soccer ball — it's up to you to journey around the world on a quest to recover the shattered prize. Dribble and kick your way through the frozen streets of Moscow, around the ruins of Rome, on a bullet train to Tokyo... and blast squirrely skateboarders, sluggish sumo wrestlers and renegade robots with your leather cannonball. The fate of the world's most popular sport rests on your golden toe. Save soccer by bringing home...

The Adventures of Mighty Max

The Adventures of Mighty Max

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1994

Wear The Cap. Be The Max. Save The Planet. You've seen every episode. You know all his moves. The question is...are you ready to wear the magic cap??? Dust off your traveling shoes - it's time to play Mighty Max! SkullMaster has scattered pieces of the mighty doom weapon all over the planet. Go solo or double the action in 2-Player Split Screen mode, and embark on an earth-saving scavenger hunt through time. Time travel to 50 different worlds. Crush SkullMasters evil minions. Save the planet. Have more fun than watching the cartoon!

The Adventures of Mighty Max

The Adventures of Mighty Max

Sega Genesis - Released - November 1, 1994

Max is a kid who possesses a magic cap that allows you to travel across different world and to save people who get in trouble in other dimensions. But his archenemy, the demonic Skull Master, has recently locked all the portals Max was using for inter-dimensional travel. However, the Skull Master has kept some of the portals for himself, keeping there some of his destructive weapons. It's time to destroy those weapons and to stop Skull Master!

Alien Breed 3D

Alien Breed 3D

Commodore Amiga CD32 - Released - 1995

Alien Breed 3D is a follow-up to Alien Breed, a Gauntlet-style shooter, and its sequels. Unlike its predecessors, this game is set into a 3D context, making for the Amiga's first big Doom-style game. The 3D engine uses fairly small screen graphics, but these include full floors and ceilings with detailed shading, doors, vertical position variations, lifts and transporters. The CD version includes extra atmospheric sound, while fast processors and extra FastRAM are also supported.

Alien Olympics

Alien Olympics

Nintendo Game Boy - September 1, 1994

THE STORY SO FAR... After the 2012 AD Olympic Games when the Aliens walked away with every major sporting award, the Earth Council refused Aliens the right to take part in their games ever again. Consequently, Garvan the supreme ruler of Traxsis, decided to organise his own games the Alien Olympics which began in 2016 AD. Since then, Traxsis has been represented by its reigning champion, the great Ooie Gooie, and is set to be so once again, now that the games for the year 2044 AD are upon us.

Bad Dudes

Bad Dudes

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

Bad Dudes is a six-level action game originating in the arcades. The gameplay involving beating a succession of guys to complete the level, then an end-of-level bad guy. The action takes place on two different levels of the screen, which can be jumped across or navigated using ladders. Moves such as punches and kicks are on offer. The control method makes jumping sideways quite tricky.

Barbarian II: The Dungeon of Drax

Barbarian II: The Dungeon of Drax

Amstrad GX4000 - Released - 1990

At the finale of BARBARIAN - THE ULTIMATE WARRIOR, the Barbarian defeated the warriors of Drax and thus saved Princess Mariana from his evil spell. Drax fled to the dungeons beneath his black castle, vowing to wreak disaster on the Jewelled Kingdom. There is only one way to stop Drax - the Barbarian and Mariana are the only two warriors skilled enough to survive the perilous journey to Drax's lair. Can you stop him? You must stop him!

Barmy Builders

Barmy Builders

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Frank the Foreman collects falling pound notes to pay his workers to build a new house. His arch rival Evil Eric is after him. Avoid the Eric, dodge the darts and grab the cash that will allow you to build your house. Use the balloons to quickly get to the top of the platform quickly and slide quickly down to escape the threats that come after you. Was released as Brick Layer in Italy's Peek n.11 (novembre 1985).

Basket Master

Basket Master

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

"Basket Master" is a one-on-one basketball game from premier Spanish developer Dinamic Soft, dedicated to NBA player Fernando Martín, the first Spanish (and first European non-student in a US university) to play in the NBA, who tragically died 3 years later in a traffic accident at the age of 28. The focus is on pure, unadulterated action here: just choose one- or two-player game, and presto-- you'll be out on a CGA court trying to score. Although difficulty level can be toggled ("amateur" or "NBA").

Batman

Batman

Amstrad GX4000 - Released - 1990

The game consists of five stages based on events from the movie. Each stage has a time limit and a health gauge (represented by Batman's face turning into the Joker's), with Batman losing a life if he runs out of either. The levels have varying gameplay

Batman

Batman

Enterprise - Released - 1986

Batman is an isometric action-adventure game developed by Jon Ritman with graphics by Bernie Drummond, released by Manchester-based Ocean Software for a range of home computers including the Enterprise.

Batman: The Caped Crusader

Batman: The Caped Crusader

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - December 14, 1988

Batman: the Caped Crusader was unique for its time in both its gameplay and graphical style. In what was essentially a puzzle game, the player controlled Batman trying his best to foil the plans of both The Joker and The Penguin. But instead of punching people in the face and driving the Batmobile at lightning speeds, the game has more in common with the adventure games genre; forcing the player solve puzzles, match objects in the correct locations and solve puzzles which required backtracking to previously visited locations. The graphical style was based around comic book panels. Enter a...

Batman: The Movie

Batman: The Movie

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - June 5, 1989

Based on the 1989-Batman movie. The game consists of five different parts, each resembling well known game types. Part one, the chemical plant: Hunt down Jack Napier who has raided the plant (typical platform action, climb ladders or use "Bat"-rope and shoot at some enemies...). Part two, "Batmobile" (...the car): Joker is chasing you and have to escape to "Bat"-cave. Avoid obstacles like police blocking the road and others. Part three, "Bat"-cave: A puzzle game where you have to find a certain item (belonging to Joker) amongst other items. Part four, "Batjet": Cut the ropes of the balloons...

Batman: The Movie

Batman: The Movie

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1989

Batman from DC Comics has appeared as the main character in numerous video games created for various platforms for over 20 years. This is a complete list of Batman video games for all computer, mobile phone, and console systems, including games where Batman is the protagonist or has a more minor role. Batman, Batman: The Caped Crusader and Batman: The Movie were produced by Sunsoft and Ocean Software, before the Batman Returns license was passed onto Konami and Sega, and the Batman Forever and Batman and Robin licenses were awarded to Acclaim. The video game version of Batman Begins was...

Battle Command

Battle Command

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

Battle Command is a futuristic 3D tank simulation game released by Ocean in 1990. It was written by Realtime Games and is a development of their successful title Carrier Command. The player views the battle from the forward perspective of the tank. The turret is fixed and cannot be rotated or elevated. However the playing area is flat and shells travel in long horizontal trajectories, so to aim the gun the tank is simply rotated left or right. The player may equip their tank with a variety of weapons, the choice of which will depend on the nature of the mission. The Helicarrier will then...

Battle Command

Battle Command

Atari ST - 1990

Battle Command is a 3D arcade/strategy game, loosely derived from the same developers' Carrier Command. In a near future alternate reality, the Ultra War is fought between the two dominate races in the New World. The 'Mauler' is the latest technology - an Armored Fighting Machine capable of being lifted in and out of hostile territory by a fast Stealth Chopper, and armed with the most advanced weaponry science can devise. You command a single "Mauler" assault tank in one of a series of scenarios. These range from a railway ambush to escort duties and a raid on a riverside hideout. Before...

Beach Volley

Beach Volley

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1989

Beach Volley is a simplified computer game version of volleyball from the French developer team Ocean France for various 16-Bit and 8-Bit personal computers, released by Ocean Software Ltd in 1989.

Break Point

Break Point

Sony Playstation - Released - July 1, 1996

When the game is on the line, you need blistering service returns, ball hammering ground strokes and an impenetrable net game. You need Break Point Tennis. 8 Adrenaline charged players vie for international supremacy on grass, clay, asphalt and indoor surfaces.

Burnin' Rubber

Burnin' Rubber

Amstrad GX4000 - Released - 1990

Burnin' Rubber is the game that was included with every Plus and GX4000 on a cartridge, in a bid to showcase the Plus machine's new hardware abilities. Therefore it was quite popular, although it did not really show off the Plus capabilities, being an early title and all. Despite that, it wasn't a bad game on its own and is considered one of the good racing games on the Amstrad.

Cabal

Cabal

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1989

Originating in the arcades, Cabal is a shooter where the protagonist runs back and forth along the bottom of the screen, ducking and dodging bullets and grenades from the enemy. The roll maneuver from the arcade was not implemented in the PC version. The player returns fire by moving a target around the screen which also moves the player character and may expose him to enemy fire. The enemies throughout the five levels come thick and fast and there are many of them. They include normal foot soldiers, tanks, helicopters and end of level bosses such as submarines and war machines. Just about...

Cabal

Cabal

Atari ST - Released - 1988

Cabal offers one player and two-player-simultaneous modes of gameplay. Each player assumes the role of an unnamed commando trying to destroy several enemy military bases. There are 5 stages with 4 screens each. The player starts with a stock of three lives and uses a gun with limitless ammunition and a fixed number of grenades to fend off enemy troops and attack the base. The commando is seen from behind and initially starts behind a protective wall which can be damaged and shattered by enemy fire. To stay alive, the player needs to avoid enemy bullets by running left or right, hiding behind...

Cabal (Ocean)

Cabal (Ocean)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

This is the Ocean version of Cabal. It must keep the "Cabal (Ocean)" name to stay separate from the Capcom version of the game in LaunchBox. The player assumes the role of an unnamed commando trying to destroy several enemy military bases. The player's character is seen from behind and initially starts behind a protective wall (the wall can get damaged and shattered by enemy fire). The player must use a limitless ammunition gun and a limited number of grenades to fend off enemy troops and damage the base. An enemy gauge at the bottom of the screen depletes as foes are destroyed and certain...

Cavelon

Cavelon

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1983

The princess is being held captive inside the castle, and it's up to you (the knight) to rescue her. In order to do this, though, you need to collect the door pieces that are scattered in the six dungeons that await you, and defeat the black wizard in the end. Time is against you, so you need to hurry up. Once you have collected all pieces, the exit door will open, and you can proceed to the next dungeons. Collect other items for bonus points and avoid other knights that will shoot at you, even when their backs are turned. To make it fair, you can shoot them. Some knights only take one hit to...

Chase H.Q.

Chase H.Q.

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1989

Chase H.Q. (チェイスH.Q.?, "Chase Headquarters") is a 1988 arcade racing game, released by Taito. It is sometimes seen as a spiritual successor to Taito's earlier Full Throttle. The player assumes the role of a police officer named Tony Gibson, member of the "Chase Special Investigation Department." Along with his partner, Raymond Broady, he must stop fleeing criminals in high-speed pursuits. The game was well received in the gaming industry, resulting in three arcade-based sequels being released: Special Criminal Investigation (1989), Super Chase: Criminal Termination (1992) and Chase H.Q. 2...

Chase HQ II: Special Criminal Investigation

Chase HQ II: Special Criminal Investigation

Amstrad GX4000 - Released - 1992

Special Criminal Investigation, also known simply as S.C.I. and Chase HQ II: Special Criminal Investigation in some versions of the home ports, is a 1989 arcade game published by Taito and is the sequel to the 1988 original Chase H.Q.

Cheesy

Cheesy

Sony Playstation - Released - November 15, 1996

It has mine carts rattling past experimental monster lunatics on chilli fire-breathing chilli peppers stepping on dangerous blobs of... er... Danger with power hungry evil no holds barred super intense dangerous blobs oh done that and scientist, one, very nasty. And Cheesy. A mouse. Right in the middle. The game Cheesy stars a mouse that has been captured by a mad scientist and locked in a cage. Being denied his freedom he waits for his oportunity to escape. One day a minature alien UFO comes flying along and bumps into the cage, hence knocking it over and allowing Cheesy to escape....

Chinese Juggler

Chinese Juggler

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Chinese Juggler is a single screen game where you are a plate spinner and the aim is to have eight plates spinning on eight poles before a timer reaches zero. There are four plate holders at the bottom of the screen and you pick a coloured plate up and place it on a pole with the colour of the plate having different points values. A white plate will give you the most points with a purple plate giving you the least but you can throw plates in the air and catch them to change colour. As you place plates on the poles the ones already spinning will start to slow down and have to be spun again to...

Chinese Juggler

Chinese Juggler

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1984

Chinese Juggler is a single screen game where you are a plate spinner and the aim is to have eight plates spinning on eight poles before a timer reaches zero. There are four plate holders at the bottom of the screen and you pick a coloured plate up and place it on a pole with the colour of the plate having different points values. A white plate will give you the most points with a purple plate giving you the least but you can throw plates in the air and catch them to change colour. As you place plates on the poles the ones already spinning will start to slow down and have to be spun again to...

Chute Pursuit

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

Combat School

Combat School

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1987

Combat School (コンバットスクール Konbatto Sukūru?, distributed in North America as Boot Camp), is a 1987 arcade game produced by Konami where the player takes control of a military recruit who is undergoing basic training at a United States Marine Corps Recruit Training also known as a boot camp. Gameplay[edit] The control panel consists of a trackball and two buttons with different functions depending on the event. The game can be played against a CPU-controlled opponent or a second player. Player 1 takes control of Nick, a brown-haired recruit in an orange shirt, while Player 2 is Joe, a...

Cool World

Cool World

Nintendo Entertainment System - June 1, 1993

Cartoonist Jack Deebs (the player's character) has discovered Cool World; eliminating the fine line between fantasy and reality. Holli Would has a major crush on Jack and is using him romantically to get a human body and move to the "Real World." Jack's only goal is to escape this alternative reality and return to the real world. By doing so, he returns to his beloved hometown of Las Vegas. If Holly grabs the Golden Spike of Power, then both worlds will be destroyed.

Cool World

Cool World

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1993

The Golden Spike of Power, hidden atop the Ocean Hotel in Las Vegas, is the powerful wedge between Cool World and this world. And Holli's trying to steal it. If she removes it, she may destroy both her world and Jack's. As Jack, you're got to stop her from doing it -- because you know she will if she can!

Cool World

Cool World

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1992

It's an imaginary world that's real. It exists in another dimension, where cartoon characters, called Doodles are alive. It's Cool World. For cartoonist Jack Deebs, who's been carried across the boundary, it's a wild and amazing place; and he's discovered that only some of the Doodles are friendly. Take Holli Would. She's a knockout Doodle who's really interested in Jack. She's interested in using him to get herself and real body and transfer into this world. She just needs to get her hands on one special piece of magic. The Golden Spike of Power, hidden atop the Ocean Hotel in Las...

Daley Thompson's Decathlon

Daley Thompson's Decathlon

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1985

The player takes part in the ten events of the modern decathlon: Day 1: 100 metres, Long jump, Shot putt, High jump, 400 metres Day 2: 110 hurdles, Pole vault, Discus, Javelin, 1500 metres The player starts the game with three lives; failure to reach the minimum standard in an event results in the loss of one life. Success in the 1500 Meters event results in the game returning to Day 1 to repeat the events with more difficult qualification criteria. Running is simulated by hitting two keys (representing the left and right leg) alternately and as quickly as possible. The game rapidly gained a...

Daley Thompson's Decathlon

Daley Thompson's Decathlon

Commodore 64 - Released - July 1, 1984

The player takes part in the ten events of the modern decathlon: Day 1: 100 metres, Long jump, Shot putt, High jump, 400 metres Day 2: 110 hurdles, Pole vault, Discus, Javelin, 1500 metres The player starts the game with three lives; failure to reach the minimum standard in an event results in the loss of one life. Success in the 1500 Meters event results in the game returning to Day 1 to repeat the events with more difficult qualification criteria. Running is simulated by hitting two keys (representing the left and right leg) alternately and as quickly as possible. The game rapidly...

Daley Thompson's Star Events

Daley Thompson's Star Events

Commodore Plus 4 - Released - 1985

Star Events is a typical sports collection of the time. Hypersports, Decathlon and others work the same way. You have to wriggle the joystick from left to right and press the button at the right time to jump over hurdles, make a far jump and others.

Daley Thompson's Super-Test

Daley Thompson's Super-Test

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

This game features a variety of sporting events in the second game licensed around the Decathlon champion. Each one has its own world record, and a target time / distance / score to reach - fail and you lose one of your three lives. After completing all events successfully they repeat with tougher targets. The Amstrad, Commodore and Spectrum 48K versions of this game feature eight sporting events, (Cycling, Giant Slalom, Penalties, Pistol Shooting, Rowing, Ski Jump, Spring Board Diving, and Tug of War), while the Spectrum 128K release has an additional four events, (100m Hurdles, Javelin,...

Daley Thompson's Super-Test

Daley Thompson's Super-Test

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1985

This game features a variety of sporting events in the second game licensed around the Decathlon champion. Each one has its own world record and a target time/distance/score to reach. Fail and the player loses one of three lives. After completing all events successfully they repeat with tougher targets. The Amstrad, Commodore, and ZX Spectrum 48K versions of this game feature eight sporting events: cycling, giant slalom, penalties, pistol shooting, rowing, ski jumping, spring board diving, and tug of war), while the ZX Spectrum 128K release has four additional events: 100 metres hurdles,...

Daley Thompson's Super-Test

Daley Thompson's Super-Test

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1985

This game features a variety of sporting events in the second game licensed around the Decathlon champion. Each one has its own world record and a target time/distance/score to reach. Fail and the player loses one of three lives. After completing all events successfully they repeat with tougher targets. Eight sporting events are featured: cycling, giant slalom, penalties, pistol shooting, rowing, ski jumping, spring board diving, and tug of war.

Dark Force

Dark Force

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1990

Dark Force is a compilation of: Clive Barker's Nightbreed: The Action Game Midnight Resistance

Darkman

Darkman

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1992

Once, he had a normal life, a beautiful girlfriend and a brilliant medical career - creating synthetic skin for accident victims. Then he was the victim himself, brutally attacked by sadistic criminals - his face and body burned beyond recognition. Now DARKMAN walks the night, searching for the woman he loves. A man who looks like a monster, he hopes to salvage his scorched flesh... and have revenge on those who destroyed his life! In this side-scrolling platformer, the player controls the Darkman, a superhero who can jump, kick and punch, as well as swing from a rope during action...

Darkman

Darkman

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1991

Once, he had a normal life, a beautiful girlfriend and a brilliant medical career - creating synthetic skin for accident victims. Then he was the victim himself, brutally attacked by sadistic criminals - his face and body burned beyond recognition. Now DARKMAN walks the night, searching for the woman he loves. A man who looks like a monster, he hopes to salvage his scorched flesh... and have revenge on those who destroyed his life!

Darkman

Darkman

Atari ST - Released - 1991

Darkman was developed by Ocean Software and published by Ocean Software in 1991. In this side-scrolling platformer, the player controls Darkman, a superhero who can jump, kick and punch, as well as swing from a rope during action sequences between levels. In each level, Darkman disguises himself as the boss of the level, whom he must defeat before the time limit elapses. Tying into the plot of the film, Darkman wears masks of various gangsters who are responsible for his disfigurement, but his disguise dissolves after being exposed to sunlight for too long. The character changes into a...

Darkman

Darkman

Amstrad CPC - 1991

Based on the film by Sam Raimi. You play Peyton Westlake, returned from the dead as the many faced "Darkman", seeking your revenge against mobster Robert G.Durant. Live through all the high spots of the movie - the breathtaking helicopter fight sequence - the skyscraper shoot-out - dice with death as you swing into heaving freeway traffic dangling from a helicopter.

Death Sword

Death Sword

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

The evil magician Drax is terrorizing the jeweled city and cast a spell over the beautiful princess Marina who is forced to obey him. From the lands to the north, a hero is sent to help the city and free the princess. He is Gorth, the strongest of the barbarian warriors. With his sword in hand, he has to beat eight of Drax's best warriors and at last the magician himself. He will fight them in the woods, on the mountaintop, in the dungeon... finally reaching Drax's palace itself. This is essentially a one- or two-player fighting game where you control a big barbarian and fight another...

Dennis

Dennis

Commodore Amiga CD32 - Released - 1993

Dennis the Menace (known simply as Dennis in Europe) is a multiplatform video game based on the 1993 movie of the same name. The object in all versions of the game is to defeat a burglar who managed to find Dennis' town via the local railroad connection. Stages include Mr. Wilson's house, the great outdoors, a boiler room, and eventually the big boss battle with the burglar himself.

Dennis the Menace

Dennis the Menace

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 1, 1993

Yipes! Grab your slingshot, water pistol and peashooter. Margaret and Joey, Dennis' loyal friends, are missing and so is Mr. Wilson's valuable coin collection! Can Dennis sneak into Mr. Wilson's house and find his slingshot and peashooter without being spotted? Uh oh, he's got rope ladders to climb and hidden switches to find - it's going to be tough. But he's gonna need those weapons bad as he faces off with enemies like the the crazed Coach, and the scary Switchblade Sam. On this late-night escapade, bees, bulldogs, birds, frogs and even bunnies will be a menace to Dennis. Finding...

Donkey Kong

Donkey Kong

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1986

Donkey Kong (Japanese: ドンキーコング Hepburn: Donkī Kongu?) is an arcade game released by Nintendo in 1981. It is an early example of the platform game genre, as the gameplay focuses on maneuvering the main character across a series of platforms while dodging and jumping over obstacles. In the game, Mario (originally named Mr. Video but then changed to "Jumpman") must rescue a damsel in distress named Pauline (originally named Lady), from a giant ape named Donkey Kong. The hero and ape later became two of Nintendo's most popular and recognizable characters. Donkey Kong is one of the most important...

Donkey Kong

Donkey Kong

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1986

Donkey Kong is a 1986 ZX Spectrum port by Ocean Software of the arcade game originally released by Nintendo in 1981. An early example of the platform game genre, the gameplay focuses on maneuvering the main character across a series of platforms to ascend a construction site, all while avoiding or jumping over obstacles. The originally unnamed character, who was later called Jumpman, then Mario, must rescue a damsel in distress, Pauline, from the titular giant ape, Donkey Kong. The hero and ape would later become two of Nintendo's most popular and recognizable characters. Donkey Kong is one of...

Donkey Kong (Ocean)

Donkey Kong (Ocean)

Commodore 64 - Released - July 1, 1986

This is the Ocean version of Donkey Kong which is different than the Atarisoft version on the C64. It must keep the "Donkey Kong (Ocean)" name to stay separate from the "Donkey Kong (Atarisoft)" listing in LaunchBox. In Donkey Kong, Jumpman must rescue a damsel in distress, Lady, from a giant ape named Donkey Kong. The hero and ape later became two of Nintendo's most popular characters. The game is divided into four different one-screen stages. Each represents 25 meters of the structure Donkey Kong has climbed, one stage being 25 meters higher than the previous. The final screen occurs...

Eek! The Cat

Eek! The Cat

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 1, 1994

KOOM-BY-YAH! Hold on tight for hair-raising adventure with your favorite Saturday morning superhero - in his Super NES debut. Now you can play with EEK! every day of the week!!! Get zapped bonked and splattered through six hilarious adventures as you try to rescue Annabelle from loony aliens... Reunite Pierre with his Squishy Bear brothers... Save a sleepwalking granny from a zoofull of accidents... Catch Joey the orphan's runaway Christmas present... And put your tail on the line nine times against Sharky the sharkdog...

EF 2000

EF 2000

MS-DOS - Released - November 29, 1995

Made by the same team that produced TFX, this simulation focuses on the Eurofighter 2000. Set in a fictional campaign against Russia, you are called into action when a Russian force attempts to take control of Norway and Sweden as a foothold to an invasion of northern Europe. You'll play through a variety of randomly-generated missions ranging from patrols to ground strikes. Included as well is a fairly extensive multi-player support, including network and modem play.

EF 2000: Tactcom

EF 2000: Tactcom

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

This is an expansion pack to DID's EF2000 flight simulator. It includes a new mission and scenario editor, enhanced multiplayer options for LAN and internet play and many other additional features not included in the main program. Other improvements over the original release include an enhanced camera AI control, new flight regions, new instrumentals (e.g. for fuel control, airspeed and altitude) and more detailed after flight summaries.

Elf

Elf

Atari ST - Released - 1991

Cornelius the Elf was living peacefully in a forest with his sweetheart Elisa. However, an evil creature known as Necrilous the Not-Very-Nice kidnapped Elisa and disappeared with her. Cornelius must embark on a perilous journey to rescue the love of his life. Elf is a platform game which almost crosses into the adventure genre. You play an elf who is out to destroy Necrilous the Not-Very-Nice. It's resonably non-linear areas in that you can go back and forth between areas. You collect items during play and get access to different spells and attacks.

Emilio Butragueño Futbol

Emilio Butragueño Futbol

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1987

Emilio Butragueño Fútbol is a game branded with the moniker of the Spanish striker Butragueño, who was discovered for the rest of the world in the World Cup 1986. The game is simply a simulation of soccer; no league, no tournament... only a match, team white against team red.

Epic

Epic

Atari ST - 1992

The sun is about to go supernova and humanity must find a new home. All the population is packed into a huge fleet of ships and they set off for a suitable planet. Unfortunately the route goes straight through the territory of a hostile alien race, the Rexxons. The game is a space shooter but you also get surface missions on different planets. The main emphasis on the game is the graphics which were excellent when the game was released but this meant that the game was very short with just 7 levels. There are loads of cutscenes all with music from Holst's planet suite.

Escape from New York (Flash-Soft Productions)

Escape from New York (Flash-Soft Productions)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

The game follows the story of the movie, "Escape from New York", as Snake you start the game trying to land the plane on the sky-scraper. Multiple game types follow throughout the game. From jumping over the grasping hands of the crazies, to a mini-game that looks a great deal like Subway Surfers where you avoid obstacles as they seemingly rush towards you.

Eskimo Eddie

Eskimo Eddie

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1984

Eskimo Eddie is an arcade adventure set in the Ice Age. The game is split into two levels. The first level varies between the Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum versions. In the C64 version, Eddie must make his way toward Percy Penguin who has been captured by a polar bear named Growler. This can be done by navigating a series of platforms while jumping over snowballs Growler throws at him. Eddie only needs to rescue Percy once before he can move on to the next level. In the Spectrum version, the first level has Eddie collecting Percy, who is at the top of the screen, and bring him back to...

España: The Games '92

España: The Games '92

Atari ST - Released - 1992

The 1992 olympic games took place in Barcelona, Spain, and the corresponding computer game came from Ocean: España: The Games '92. The sports simulation boasts an impressive variety of diciplines, divided into three sections: Track and Field: running, relay, hurdles, steeplechase, discus, shot putt, hammer throw, javelin, long jump, triple jump, high jump, pole vault; Water Sports: free style, breast stroke, back stroke, butterfly, relay, diving; Fighting: boxing, wrestling, judo, fencing. Eliminating the different distances in single events (such as 100m, 200m, 400m and 800m...

Fighters Destiny

Fighters Destiny

Nintendo 64 - Released - January 27, 1998

Defeat the Masters of the Fight in a head-on bout of power and skill. Fighters Destiny demands everything you have, everything you are and throws it right back at you in truly amazing, unstoppable 3D action. Prepare to fight every step of the way as you master the moves and unlock the secrets to fulfill your ultimate destiny!

Flashpoint

Flashpoint

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1989

Flashpoint is an action/strategy game that is played on two grids of 45 squares (5 lines of 9 squares each) facing each other and representing an area of the galaxy. The game is always played against an opponent which can be either computer controlled or another player. Each side places their units (80 in total) on the grid in real time so as to get to a score of 2000 first. Points are awarded when placing an unit or destroying an enemy unit. In addition to regular units, there are 5 types of weapons that can be used to destroy enemy units. Released on the covertape of "Your Sinclair"...

The Flintstones

The Flintstones

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1994

IT'S FRED'S LIFE...AND YOU GET TO YABB-DABBA-DOO-IT! What's more fun than watching The Flintstones? Playing The Flintstones, silly! The evil Cliff Vandercave has kidnapped Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm. Guess who to the rescue?!? Put on your tiger skin, take off your shoes, and be your favorite Stone Age stooge in the rockinest adventure this side of the Jurassic Park. Live in Bedrock. Hang out with Barney, Wilma, Betty, and Dino. Wrestle with hungry dinosaurs. Eat Brontosaurus Burgers. And bring home the little ones, safely. After all, it's Fred's life...and you get to YABBA-DABBA-DOO-IT!

The Flintstones

The Flintstones

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 1, 1995

IT'S FRED'S LIFE...AND YOU GET TO YABBA-DABBA-DOO-IT! What's more fun than watching The Flintstones? Playing The Flintstones, silly! The evil Cliff Vandercave has kidnapped Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm. Guess who to the rescue?!? Put on your tiger skin, take off your shoes, and be your favorite Stone Age stooge in the rockinest adventure this side of the Jurassic Park. Live in Bedrock. Hang out with Barney, Wilma, Betty, and Dino. Wrestle with hungry dinosaurs. Eat Brontosaurus Burgers. And bring home the little ones, safely. After all, it's Fred's life...and you get to...

Frankie Goes to Hollywood

Frankie Goes to Hollywood

Amstrad CPC

Playing a thoroughly drab, mundane and predictable character, your aim is to become interesting enough to reach the Pleasuredome. After discovering a gruesome murder, your interest in something greater than the routine of 80s Liverpool is awoken. You explore the streets and houses in the search of a way out. The main basis of the game involves picking up objects and using them in the correct way - most objects have more than one potential use, and misusing them is the only way the game can be lost. There are several sub-games along the way, including shoot 'em ups, a maze and a jigsaw...

Galivan

Galivan

Amstrad CPC - 1986

In Galivan the player takes the role of the last remaining member of the Cosmo Police. His comrades died while trying to free the planet Cynep from the evil roaming on it. Now the player is the last hope. This game is a mix between a shooter and a platformer: the player walks through the caves, jumps over obstacles and shoots everything in sight. Well, at least if he has a weapon: at the beginning he is unarmed and can only kick or punch. He has to find pyramids which were dropped by his dead colleagues (also sometimes from killed aliens): those grant an armor, more life energy and a weapon....

Gilligan's Gold

Gilligan's Gold

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1984

Gilligan's Gold is a flick-screen platform game based on the arcade game Bagman consisting of three screens as you try to negotiate various levels of a mine to collect all the bags of gold scattered around the three screens. Trying to stop you are a couple of outlaws and if you touch one then you lose one of five lives. You must use the ladders and lifts to move up and down levels and if you fall down more than one level then you lose a life. Once you have a bag of gold you must drag it up to the top of the mine and put it in your wheelbarrow which can be moved anywhere on the top of the mine...

The Great Escape

The Great Escape

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1986

The player controls an unnamed prisoner of war who has been interned in a P.O.W. camp somewhere in northern Germany in 1942. The camp itself is a small castle on a promontory surrounded on three sides by cliffs and the cold North Sea. The only "official" entry to the camp is by a narrow road through the gatehouse and anyone passing through this must be carrying the correct papers. Everywhere else the camp is surrounded by fences or walls with guard dogs used to patrol the perimeter and guards in observation towers with searchlights posted to watch for any prisoners trying to escape. Beneath...

Gryzor

Gryzor

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1987

Infiltrate the Alien Rebel's headquaters in Konami's smash coin-op game for your home computer. Negotiate the electric force field and then overcome wave upon wave of fanatical guerillas as you make your way inexorably towards their base. Split second timing and nerves of steel are a must for this exciting fun packed program with all the features of the arcade original. The Durrs from the Planet Suna have infiltrated Earth's defensive forces, have set up a strong hold in an uncharted region of our planet and have assembled an atmosphere processing plant (APP) which gives them the facility...

Gryzor

Gryzor

Amstrad CPC - January 1, 1987

Infiltrate the Alien Rebel's headquaters in Konami's smash coin-op game for your home computer. Negotiate the electric force field and then overcome wave upon wave of fanatical guerillas as you make your way inexorably towards their base. Split second timing and nerves of steel are a must for this exciting fun packed program with all the features of the arcade original. The Durrs from the Planet Suna have infiltrated Earth's defensive forces, have set up a strong hold in an uncharted region of our planet and have assembled an atmosphere processing plant (APP) which gives them the facility to...

GT 64: Championship Edition

GT 64: Championship Edition

Nintendo 64 - Released - April 1, 1998

GT 64, short for Grand Tour 64, is a 3D racing game for the Nintendo 64. It features cars and drivers from the All-Japan GT Championship season of 1997 as it is an officially licensed game. There are three stages with each a long and a short version counting six tracks in total situated in Japan, the USA and Europe, all located in urban settings. You can opt to race three, six, twelve or 24 laps on each track. There are fourteen cars available to race in and they can be manually tweaked to improve performance. The Japanese re-release of the game includes two new tracks based on the 1998...

Guerrilla War

Guerrilla War

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

A tropical island (specified as Cuba in the Japanese original) is being oppressed by a dictator, but fortunately one or two brave US soldiers (Ernesto "Che" Guevara in the Japanese version) are on hand to restore justice. March through the rivers, swamps and forests to overthrow the dictator (specified as Batista in Japan) in this evolution of the Commando style. The game scrolls vertically, as you move up the screen shooting enemies, finding good strategic firing points and collecting powerups. As the enemy soldiers come towards you in groups, some care is required when picking them off,...

Gutz

Gutz

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1988

You've been swallowed up by a ten million ton space being with an equally large appetite. This mega-monstrosity also has its greedy eye on Earth, so you have no choice but to try and escape by shutting down the body's major organs - otherwise your home planet is about to end life as an undignified midday snack. The treacherous quest takes place over four levels, inside a vast four-way scrolling complex of interconnecting tubes. Each of the four major organs (kidneys, lungs, heart and brain) must be destroyed in turn. As they are each encased in a tough membrane, an appropriately powerful...

Head Over Heels

Head Over Heels

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1987

Two distinct characters called Mr Head and Mr Heels are played in this arcade adventure. They are separated at the shoulders but capable of joining together to maximize their abilities in some situations (but reduce them in others, so they can be split again). The game is presented from an isometric perspective, and presents the characters with a number of puzzles involving switches, jumps and climbs. The levels are 3 dimensional, and the characters must collect crowns as they progress. Objects can be picked up and manipulated as necessary.

Head over Heels

Head over Heels

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1987

Two distinct characters called Mr Head and Mr Heels are played in this arcade adventure. They are separated at the shoulders but capable of joining together to maximize their abilities in some situations (but reduce them in others, so they can be split again). The game is presented from an isometric perspective, and presents the characters with a number of puzzles involving switches, jumps and climbs. The levels are 3 dimensional, and the characters must collect crowns as they progress. Objects can be picked up and manipulated as necessary.

Highlander

Highlander

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1986

Battle through time, develop the skills of sword play and learn from Ramirez, your first opponent, the arts of defence and attack, timing and position. When you have defeated him move in time to the present and encounter Fasil, an ancient and more skillful opponent in modern day New York. Here you must hone your skills and sharpen your reactions for upon his demise you reach the final battle with the mighty Kurgen. High above the city streets on a deserted rooftop the last act of this deadly quest is fought. A dual which can only be won by supreme exponant.

Highlander

Highlander

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

Battle through time, develop the skills of sword play and learn from Ramirez, your first opponent, the arts of defence and attack, timing and position. When you have defeated him move in time to the present and encounter Fasil, an ancient and more skillful opponent in modern day New York. Here you must hone your skills and sharpen your reactions for upon his demise you reach the final battle with the mighty Kurgen. High above the city streets on a deserted rooftop the last act of this deadly quest is fought. A dual which can only be won by supreme exponant.

Hook

Hook

Nintendo Entertainment System - March 27, 1992

PETER PAN has now grown up, far away from NEVERLAND, but his old enemy CAPTAIN HOOK has not forgotten, and schemes his revenge. Kidnapping Peter's children, he lures our hero back to the island of PIRATES and "LOST BOYS" for a final confrontation. With the help of TINKERBELL, the faithful fairy, you take on the role of PETER PAN in this magic adventure fraught with danger and excitement!

Hook

Hook

Atari ST - 1991

Peter Banning is an ordinary suburban dad with two kids - or so everyone thinks. What not even his family know is his past as Peter Pan, scourge of Captain Hook in JM Barrie's children's fiction. Captain Hook gains revenge on Banning by stealing his two children, so Peter must return to Neverland, return to eternal childhood, and get them back. It's a point and click adventure, and the pirate setting ensures that it recalls the Monkey Island games. The top 2/3 of the screen features a visual depiction of the area Peter is in, which a row of icons along the bottom can be selected to alter the...

Hudson Hawk

Hudson Hawk

Atari ST - 1991

Hudson Hawk is a platform game developed by Special FX for the Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum based on the film of the same name. It was released in 1991 and published by Ocean Software. Sony Imagesoft released it in the US for the Game Boy and NES. In Spain it was published as El Gran Halcon, the Spanish title for the film. An SNES version was in development, but was cancelled when the film flopped. The player assumes the role of Hudson Hawk, a cat burglar. He is sent on a mission to steal three Da Vinci artifacts. Walking through various levels in this platform game, the...

Hudson Hawk

Hudson Hawk

Amstrad CPC - 1991

Hudson Hawk is a platform game developed by Special FX for the Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum based on the film of the same name. It was released in 1991 and published by Ocean Software. Sony Imagesoft released it in the US for the Game Boy and NES. In Spain it was published as El Gran Halcon, the Spanish title for the film. An SNES version was in development, but was cancelled when the film flopped. The player assumes the role of Hudson Hawk, a cat burglar. He is sent on a mission to steal three Da Vinci artifacts. Walking through various levels in this platform game, the...

Hunchback

Atari 800 - Unreleased - 1985

Hunchback was a game that ported to several platforms based on the arcade game of 1983. The Atari version was built in prototype but never officially released. Help Quasimodo dodge fireballs and arrows while leaping over pits and pikemen, sometimes with the help of a swinging bell-pull rope, in hopes of rescuing his beloved Esmeralda from the top tower, all the while being slowly chased across the castle parapets by an invincible knight in full armour. Once you get the hang of any individual obstacle, the game starts throwing them at you in tandem, until toward the end you're tracking the...

Hunchback

Hunchback

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Hunchback is an arcade game developed by Century Electronics in 1983. The player controls Quasimodo from the Victor Hugo novel The Hunchback of Notre Dame. The game is set on a castle wall. The player must cross the screen from left to right avoiding obstacles in order to ring the bell at the far right. Obstacles include pits which must be swung over on a long rope, ramparts which must be jumped (some of which contain knights with spears) and flying fireballs and arrows (to be ducked or jumped). Eventually, after completing a number of screens, the player must rescue Esmeralda. If this final...

Hunchback

Hunchback

Dragon 32/64 - Released - 1984

Hunchback was published by Ocean Software in 1984 for the Dragon 32, and it was a port from the original arcade version which was developed by Century Electronics in 1983. The game was also available on most of the other 8 bit micros available at the time. Each level of the game takes place on a Castle Wall and the player must control the hunchback across the screen from left to right whilst avoiding various obstacles in order to ring the bell at the far right of the screen. Successfully ringing the bell brings the player to the next level. Obstacles include fire pits which must be swung over...

Hunchback

Hunchback

Acorn Electron - Released - March 1, 1985

Rescue Esmerelda from her castle stronghold. Featuring: The Ramparts, Knights, Arrows, Fireballs, the Pit and of course the Bells! 100% machine code, just like the Arcade. Quasimodo must rescue the imprisoned Esmerelda from the castle stronghold. Jump along the Ramparts, swing over the Fiery pit, dodge the Arrows and Fireballs. 15 screens of fun and excitement and each one more difficult than the last.

Hunchback

Hunchback

Amstrad CPC - Released - January 1, 1985

Hunchback is an arcade game developed by Century Electronics in 1983. The player controls Quasimodo from the Victor Hugo novel The Hunchback of Notre Dame. The game is set on a castle wall. The player must cross the screen from left to right avoiding obstacles in order to ring the bell at the far right. Obstacles include pits which must be swung over on a long rope, ramparts which must be jumped (some of which contain knights with spears) and flying fireballs and arrows (to be ducked or jumped). Eventually, after completing a number of screens, the player must rescue Esmeralda. If this final...

Hunchback

Hunchback

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1984

Victor Hugo never could have expected that his creation Quasimodo, the Hunchback of Notre Dame, would run such an obstacle course as is dished up in this game, dodging fireballs and arrows while leaping over pits and pikemen, sometimes with the help of a swinging bell-pull rope, in hopes of rescuing his beloved Esmeralda from the top tower -- all while being slow-but-steady chased across the castle parapets by an invincible knight in full armour. Once you get the hang of any individual obstacle, the game starts throwing them at you in tandem, until toward the end you're tracking the swing of...

Hunchback II: Quasimodo's Revenge

Hunchback II: Quasimodo's Revenge

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1985

The archetype of the Hunchback of Notre Dame really isn't terribly nuanced: he jumps around towers, ringing bells, rescuing Esmeralda and being generally physically unattractive. Here he does all of these things, in a more platform-oriented take than the original, clambering up dangling ropes as they rise and fall, avoiding environmental threats such as rabid bats, thrown hatchets and enormous grinding clockwork gears all in the pursuit of small bells strewn across each screen's platforms. Gathering all the bells permits you to advance higher up the tower, at the top of which the damsel in...

Hunchback: The Adventure!

Hunchback: The Adventure!

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

As they went on to demonstrate with Nightbreed, Ocean wasn't afraid to try a few different approaches to licensed material once they'd gotten their mitts on it, which is how you explain following up not one but two run-and-jump platform games with a text adventure game -- the change in approach a breath of fresh air and, perhaps, a response to critics suggesting that rehashing the same old thing is getting tired and stale. Many arcade games of the period would have a hard time with the transition, lacking enough of a skeleton of plot to flesh out with characters and events, but the...

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