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Battle Squadron: The Destruction of the Barrax Empire

Battle Squadron: The Destruction of the Barrax Empire

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

Battle Squadron is a classic arcade style shooter for 1 or 2 players, and a spiritual successor to Hybris. You take a space ship and fly it over a high tech hostile surface, and then into an organic setting. . You can control the number of 'credits' you have from 1 to 3. You choose how many lives you get. You also get to choose the max number of enemy bullets and their speed. You get powerups along the way that modify your weapons, and also the "Nova Smart Bomb".

Battle Stations

Battle Stations

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

In 1995, the political situation in the Persian Gulf is running out of control. There are confrontations between Iranian, Iraqi and US military units. As the Captain of the US Destroyer U.S.S. John Young, it's your mission to secure this area. Your operations during this conflict : Subhunter missions Seek & Destroy missions Convoy protections War patrols

Battle Stations

Battle Stations

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

Battlestations, AKA "U.S.S. John Young" is a 2D naval simulation with many action components. In 1995, the political situation in the Persian Gulf is running out of control. There are confrontations between Iranian, Iraqi and US military units. As the Captain of the US Destroyer U.S.S. John Young, it's your mission to secure this area. Your operations during this conflict : Subhunter missions Seek & Destroy missions Convoy protections War patrols

Cyberblast

Cyberblast

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1992

Cyberblast puts the player in Fastrax Laboratories where the Trans-universal Portal Experiment in the solar system has gone completely haywire. The player must make it through all 64 levels until he finds the missing control chip. The control chip needs to be found in order to close the portal as it's being open allows for deadly aliens to enter our universe. The game is similar to Gaunlet, and levels must be completed within a time limit which changes based on level complexity. In order to complete levels, the player has to locate and collect the five crystals and then find and use the...

Final Orbit

Final Orbit

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

Final Orbit is a top-down giant robot action game. You pilot an egg-shaped robot, shooting everything in sight on each level. In the first three levels of this game, you man a walker. Once inside the main complex, however, you are stripped down to your combat armor and your basic weapon. More powerful weapons can be picked up along the way and those weapons can be made more powerful when picking up another weapon by hitting the trash creatures on the screen.

Final Orbit

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

Final Orbit is a top-down giant robot action game. You pilot an egg-shaped robot, shooting everything in sight on each level. In the first three levels of this game, you man a walker. Once inside the main complex, however, you are stripped down to your combat armor and your basic weapon. More powerful weapons can be picked up along the way and those weapons can be made more powerful when picking up another weapon by hitting the trash creatures on the screen.

Globulus

Globulus

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

In Globulus, the player takes the role of Globby, a alien who is on a dangerous journey. This is an action game with puzzle elements. Every of the 25 levels consists of tiles which are built like a mountain and the goal is to reach the bottom. It is important to think before jumping because the tiles have different abilities, e.g. spikes result in instant death or others cause an automatic movement from the player character.

M.A.C.H.

M.A.C.H.

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

An evil robot called Nektron has enslaved three planets and it's the player's job to take on the role of a Maneuverable Armed Computer Human and free the planets. The action takes places in multi-directionally scrolling stages seen from a top-down perspective. The goal of each of the three stages is to destroy a set number of certain types of enemies. Beginning with the weak Vacilators, followed by the more resilient and heavily armed Gyphons and finally, large mother-ships. There are many other types of enemies as well. They will sometimes drop power-ups that replenish energy or give...

Nightdawn

Nightdawn

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

In Nightdawn, the player takes the role of an engineer who has to prove that his remote-controlled tank is better than the previous model. To do so, he needs to master a series of top-down mazes. The goal of each level is to find the exit, but it is secured with locked doors and energy barriers. Navigating the maze and finding the means to overcome the doors (finding keys) and barriers (finding switches) is the main challenge of the game, but there are also mines, turrets and patrolling robots. During the course of a level there are optional and needed upgrades to find, e.g. a cannon...

Persian Gulf Inferno

Persian Gulf Inferno

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

The story is told quick enough: in 1990, terrorists capture the world's largest oil reserve and threaten to blow up an atomic bomb if their demands are not met. You are (as always) the only hope of mankind and so on. Persian Gulf Inferno is a side scrolling action/shooting game. You control your character, who is at first equipped with a handgun and two explosives, around the oil rig, shooting terrorists left & right and trying to disarm the bomb before it goes boom. You can of course aquire more weapons like the SPA-S semi shotgun and machine guns.

The Plague

The Plague

Commodore Amiga - 1990

The Plague is a traditional shooter of the "run and gun" variety. The player walks through the four side-scrolling levels while shooting everything which moves. There is also bit of platforming and dodging involved: getting hit by enemies result the energy bar to go down which eventually leads to death. The protagonist wields a machine gun which can be upgraded by collecting power ups and makes a big blast when holding the fire button for a time. A limited amount of smart bombs can be used to kill everything on screen. The sprites are relatively big and every level has a boss.

U.S.S. John Young

U.S.S. John Young

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

"U.S.S. John Young" is a 2D naval simulation with many action components. In 1995, the political situation in the Persian Gulf is running out of control. There are confrontations between Iranian, Iraqi and US military units. As the Captain of the US Destroyer U.S.S. John Young, it's your mission to secure this area. Your operations during this conflict : Subhunter missions Seek & Destroy missions Convoy protections War patrols

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