Arcade - Released - 1986
Alley Master is a Tenpin bowling arcade game released by Cinematronics in 1986. It was called 'Up your Alley' during development.
Arcade - Released - March 4, 1980
The game offers a bird's eye view of a war-torn city, the jeep you are driving, and the tanks and helicopters you are trying to destroy. It uses a black and white vector monitor and a color overlay. The player controls a jeep and must destroy the many tanks and helicopters that attack them in a maze-like cityscape. The jeep is armed with a rocket launcher that fires straight forward; the player can have two rockets on-screen at the time. The driving is generally similar to the well-known Combat for the Atari 2600. Tanks periodically spawn from different locations on the edge of the...
Arcade - Released - 1987
A baseball arcade game developed by Medo Moreno and published my Cinematronics in 1987. Your team play's against another player or computer for the championship. Stats are recorded and saved if you have what it takes.
Arcade - Released - 1981
In the center of the screen is a player-controlled rotating cannon enclosed within an octagon. Outside the octagon are bugs which grab bombs and place them next to the octagon. The player needs to shoot the bugs and bombs with either the boxing glove or the cannon.
Arcade - Released - 1985
The player controls a planetary salvage ship high above a planet. He/she must capture as many pods as possible before the time runs out or alien ravagers take the pods for themselves.
Arcade - Released - 1983
In Cosmic Chasm, the player's mission is to penetrate an alien planet underground maze and destroy the planet's power structure in the central cavern. It can be played by one or two players taking turns. The maze consists of several caverns connected by tunnels. The player is shown an overview map before entering each cavern. They have to choose the shortest route towards the centre. Each cavern contains several drones that should be destroyed. Exits to caverns deeper in the system are blocked and must be opened with a drill first. In the middle of each cavern is a trap that slowly expands,...
Arcade - Released - June 19, 1983
Dragon's Lair is a laserdisc video game published by Cinematronics in 1983 as the first game in the Dragon's Lair series. In the game, the protagonist Dirk the Daring is a knight attempting to rescue Princess Daphne from the evil dragon Singe who has locked the princess in the foul wizard Mordroc's castle. It featured animation by ex-Disney animator Don Bluth. Most other games of the era represented the character as a sprite, which consisted of a series of pixels displayed in succession. Due to hardware limitations of the era, artists were greatly restricted in the detail they could...
Arcade - Released - 1985
Mayhem 2002 is a sports game that is rather like a combination of roller derby and soccer with four goals was produced by Cinematronics in 1985. A ball is entered into play and you must get the ball into one of the four designated goals the one that is lit up and flashing. Your oponent is trying to do the same. You can elbow your oponent to make them lose the ball then take the ball yourself and either throw it into the goal or run right up to the goal and put it in. Points are awarded for each goal that is made.
Arcade - 1985
A two-on-two soccer game where you and a goalie play against another opponent and goalie. The computer controls the goalie and, in a one-player game, the opponent.
GCE Vectrex - Released - June 1, 1983
Beware of scavenging pirates trying to steal your precious fuel cells! The more pirates you destroy, the faster their successors become. Guard your tanks carefully...you are always outnumbered!
Arcade - April 1, 1980
Rip-Off is a vector shoot 'em up released in arcades by Cinematronics in 1980. It is the first shoot 'em up arcade game to feature cooperative gameplay and the first game to exhibit "flocking" behavior. The objective is to prevent computer-controlled enemies from stealing eight canisters set in the center of the screen. One or two players control tank-like vehicles while game-controlled "pirate" tanks rush onto the field and attempt to drag the canisters off the edge of the screen. Enemies can be defeated by shooting or colliding with them. The game speed and difficulty increase with each...
Commodore CDTV - 1991
Space Wars is a 1977 vector graphics arcade game based on the 1962 PDP-1 program Spacewar!. It was ported to the Vectrex in 1982.
GCE Vectrex - Released - November 1, 1983
You and other experienced intergalactic voyagers have heard about and shared the legend of Star Castle -- a mysterious fortress in a far away galaxy filled with incredible niches and surrounded by revolving walls of shimmering solid gold. Yet no one, until now, has ever actually seen the Castle -- or lived to tell about it!
Arcade - Released - September 1, 1980
You control a ship that fires at a cannon surrounded by three oppositely rotating energy rings of twelve segments each. When a clear line of fire is open, the cannon fires back at your ship with a big "fuzzball". Three sparks start off on the rings, but eventually fly loose and chase the player's ship. In 1981, Zaccaria licensed a clone of Star Castle and released as Star Fortress.
Arcade - 1981
Fire at attacking Martians and avoid Martian laserfire. Kill tripods, etc.
Arcade - Released - 1982
Move vertically through the gaps in a field of horizontally-moving bricks, collecting a sufficient amount of gifts to make Lola happy. Avoid contact with Rattifers who chase you and seek to destroy you. Bonus objects allow you to imprison Rattifers inside of bricks. You move the hero character up and down the screen gathering gifts for Lola. There are rows of blocks that move either left or right and you can move your character into an empty spot. There are also enemies that move into the spaces who are trying to catch you. If you press the "Make Brick" button, the space you are in will be...