MVP Software

3 Point Basketball

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

3 Point Basketball is a simulation of the three point shooting contest, seen every year in the NBA All star game and other basketball contests. The game uses a mouse interface, where you determine the power and angle of your shot. Features include a tournament where you try to win the 3 point championship and a practice mode to work on your shots. The game parodies real players from the league, featuring an imaginary 'ASBA' league which includes, Jordy Michales, Mystic Johnson and Larry Fowl. Quirky commentary and sound effects add to the excitement.

Cargo Bay Deluxe

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

In the game you are some kind of minesweeper, who knows how to clear cargo bays of Altair-217 station from irradium explosive devices, which were planted by criminal group. You are only hope of colonists, whose lives are depended on you logic.

Corncob 3-D: The Other Worlds Campaign

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

Corncob 3-D: The Other Worlds Campaign is an alternate version of the original Corncob 3-D which could be purchased directly from the manufacturer. After successfully driving out the alien invasion in the original game, the aliens have taken refuge in the other planets of the solar system! They're definitely planning a comeback, but the governments of the world have joined forces again, this time to drive them out of our solar system! Part sequel, part expansion, the game is now set in six different alien planets. It also has these new features: 130 new missions A mission and sound...

Desert Storm Command Deluxe

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

This game is a compilation of four different arcade games with common idea - US operation in Middle East. First-person shooting, chasing the truck by tank or defending the base from the air force are the missions, which must be completed by you to show your experience in arcade playing.

Game Builder

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

A system that supposedly allows you to create your own Sierra-like adventure game. However, although it features EGA graphics, walk-behinds, etc. I found the system to be limiting in many ways (besides the fact that it allows you to create ONLY adventure games) and that it wasn't easy or intuitive to use. Check it out, but be wary ... AGS is probably a better choice.

Home Run Derby

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

Fantasy baseball Home Run Derby. It's you versus the best in the league in a Home Run Derby.

Hoosier City

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

Hoosier City is a top-down adventure side scroller in 3 episodes. You must rid a city of evil mutants in a post-nuclear-war era. You can move from screen to screen to collect keys and objects in order to move on. You can collect weapons and money to buy weapons: you start with only a sword, but in the end you will have machine guns and bombs.

Jack Flash

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

Typical mid-90's side scroller. You are Jack Flash and you must "suck" the energy from all the evil inanimate objects that have been brought to life.

King Arthur's K.O.R.T.

King Arthur's K.O.R.T.

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

From the Manual: "King Arthur's K.O.R.T is an exciting game of conquest for all ages. You are a knight and your task is this: to conquer Britain. You can accomplish this task only if you defeat your 4 opponents. To do that, you'll have to be clever and attack the other knights with skill and cunning! When you capture a knight's home castle (identified on the map as as small castle with flags of his color) that knight is defeated. So, come on! You're a knight in King Arthur's K.O.R.T. and the time of conquest is NOW!" A strategy/campaign game in which you try to conquer Britain with one of 4...

MVP Bridge

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

The game is simulation of Contract Bridge cards game. The rules are usual where you (South) have to make a contract of your group (North/South) and prevent to make a contract of opposite group (East/West). Well-known conventions (Take-Out Double, Stayman, Blackwood, Gerber, Strong 2, and Weak 2) are presented and may be used by groups optionally. Also other conventions may take part - Jacoby Transfers, Unusual No Trump, Texas, etc. Also Kibitz mode allows you to be a Kibitzer and look in cards of others.

Pickle Wars

Pickle Wars

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

Aliens that look like giant dill pickles are about to conquer the human colony of Arcadia. Five hundred years of continuous peace led to complete disarmament, and humans find themselves unprepared for war. Only a brave lad named Dave, armed with a Salad Shooter, can face the murderous pickles. His task is to find ancient weapons and put an end to the war. Pickle Wars is a platform game using dual parallax scrolling. Dave jumps, shoots, and climbs his way through the large levels, locating weapons and unlocking areas. The game came in a trilogy of three episodes: Invasion of the Pickle...

Rapid Response

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

Rapid Response is a shareware, hex based, single-player trilogy of war games. The shareware release consists of part one of the trilogy, it has eight scenarios each of which can take between one and five hours or more to complete. The scenarios are varied, unusually some of them state that the player is not expected to win but to hold out as long as possible. In all games the player commands the yellow forces and plays against the blue forces of the computer. All games are played out on a hex map which is depicted on four overlapping screens. There are three kinds of combat: In-Hex Battle: as...

Rings of the Magi: Grand Master Edition

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

In this top-down perspective of a 'board' game, you have colored rings (blue, green, yellow, red and purple ones), and you must join them together, so they can disappear, and you get the points for their disappearance. If you have, for example, let's take it three rings, and you join two of the same color, you won't have match for the third one, so you won't be able to finish the level, unless you undo your move. Arrows on the table buttons shows in which direction(s) will rings be moved one square, and that's basically how you move the rings. Every level is accompanied by a very nice tune,...

RoboMaze II: The Lobby

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

You are a freedom figher, storming the giant tower of the dictator of your country. He has created robots with genetic parts to defend his tower. There are lots of levels split over three episodes. It is a platform game, with PC speaker sound effects and EGA graphics. You run about all the levels shooting robots, getting keys and getting money which can be used for "powerups" which are like spells that you could cast using the number keys. An interesting feature the author put in was hybrid robots, or enemy robots mixed with parts of other enemies. For instance the legs of a knifeman and the...

Robomaze III: The Dome

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

You are a freedom fighter, a member of the resistance, fighting against the tyrannical dictator of your country and his henchman, the mad scientist. In the Robomaze II, you traveled to the mad scientist's tower and battled him and his robots. When you won, you took off in your helicopter in search of the dictator and his dome. Thanks to the help of the resistance, you quickly located his dome. Unfortunately, you forgot your weapons at the tower. You are completely defenseless, but you vow to conquer the dictator. You must find weapons, keys and equipment, search underground hideouts and...

Sand Storm: The Championship Version

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

Sand Storm: The Championship Version is an alternate version of the original Sand Storm. People who registered the shareware version of the original game had a choice to buy an expanded version of the game for an extra fee. The Championship Version not only includes the original Scuds, Jets and Tomahawk scenarios, it also includes six new levels: Tanks! You must use your tank (located on the left) to destroy the enemy's armed transports (which are on the right side of the screen). Your goal is to destroy at least 50% of the trucks while evading all enemy fire from the transports. The...

Sandstorm

Sandstorm

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

This game, set during the Gulf War, features a series of twenty missions in various Middle East locations. There are three mission types: Scud Defense, Jet Defense and Tomahawk Offensive. The defense-type missions are reminiscent of Missile Command -- jets and missiles appear on the screen, and the player must defend cities on the ground by directing defensive fire with the mouse. In the Tomahawk Offensive missions, the situation is reversed -- the player is given a target and must hit it by maneuvering a missile around defensive fire, launching it towards the ground as soon as it is lined up...

ShadowForce

MS-DOS - Released - October 1, 1994

ShadowForce is a shareware graphic adventure game. The story is set in the early 22nd century, when Earth Central Command, a world government body that succeeded the United Nations, establishes a special operations unit, the eponymous ShadowForce, to combat anarchy, chaos and corruption in the wake of a global crisis. This team of four "enhanced humanoids" becomes mankind's last hope when it faces new, unprecedented threats to its existence, such as a rampant AI or an alien invasion. The player's goal is to guide the ShadowForce team through three missions: Rise of the Overlord, GateKeeper...

Thor's Hammer

Thor's Hammer

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

As in ages past, the shadow of a great evil falls across your homeland. In a trial that marks the passing of an age, a champion must once again take up the legendary Thor's Hammer to quell the encroaching darkness. Thor's Hammer consists of three episodes: The Trial, The Journey and The Battle. The game has a medieval background and so are the weapons and items you find: axes, spells and armor. The game plays like a first person shooter with very light RPG elements; you have for example to interact with NPCs to gather information and get advice from them. Each episode consists of one large...

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