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3D Pinball

3D Pinball

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

An arcade pinball style game with 3-D effect for 1-4 players. This game also enable to select Ball acceleration (1-4) and overall speed (1-4).

Amarillo Slim Dealer's Choice

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

Amarillo Slim Dealer's Choice is a poker simulation featuring several game variations, including 5, 6 or 7 Stud, Mexican, Hold 'em and Forty-Four. Other game features include high score table, save/restore feature, embedded help/rules, statistics, and multiplayer support. The tutor feature allows to calculate the change of improving the hand for the next card at any time.

Armada (1992)

Armada (1992)

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

Armada is a Battleship variant. With all options deselected, it offers the standard experience: Each the player and the opponent (either another human or the computer) have a 10x10 grid on which they divide five ships of different sizes. Then they take turns and select one of the other's grids to take a shot. The goal is to destroy all enemy ships first. The available special options are stealth fighters (each side has a combat plane which automatically take additional shots on the other grid), scopes (allows to scout the enemy grids, but adds a time limit of 60 seconds), mines (kill...

Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show

Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

Buffalo Bill presents a collection of six Wild West themed mini-games, which hang together around humour-lead presentation and backdrops.You can play as many or as few of these as you like, and can always have another go at them if you fail. First task is to throw knives at a spinning board upon which a surely-terrified and fortunately-skinny lady is locked - make sure to adjust for the rotation that will occur in the time your shot takes to hit. You get points for missing as many times as possible before hitting. Event 2 is based on shooting ability and is in two stages. First you must...

Casino Craps

Casino Craps

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

The game simulates Casino Craps, a gambling variant of the dice board party game. The player joins the table with certain amount of money in cash and starts to play. There are three computer players and a stickman seated at the table. The player places various bets (Pass Line, Come Line, Free Odds, Place, Field, Hardways, Center Table) against the bank and tries to win as much money as possible. If the player runs out of money, the casino loans him more money, and the stickman is changed at the table. The rules of the board game are accessible via in-game help.

Combination Lock

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

In the simulation of another CBS' TV gameshow with 1,000 questions you can play with a friend or challenge a computer-selected opponent. The gameshow was not aired at the times of game production and released for the first time as pilot in 1996. The object of the game is to earn the most money in two Matches, rob the Vault and make a safe getaway. Match consists of two Rounds: the Number Seeker and the Combination Cracker. Round 1: The Number Seeker gameboard consists of 9 boxes, each numbered from 1 to 99. Before selecting a number, players are asked a randomly selected trivia question,...

Dino Jnr. in Canyon Capers

Dino Jnr. in Canyon Capers

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

Released in North America this game is almost the same as Huckleberry Hound in Hollywood Capers released in Europe, but with a different character. Now it is a small boy, Dino Jnr. He needs to complete 5 stages in each of the 4 worlds (Under World, Sea World, Canyon World, and Sky World). There is no save/load or password access, so this should be performed during single gameplay session. The goal is to clear each level of gems (increasing your score), hearts (increasing your life energy), and golden statuette (increasing your score also) jumping from the bottom of the level to its top...

Dr. Thorp's Mini Blackjack

Dr. Thorp's Mini Blackjack

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

The game proposes to 1-6 players to play a Blackjack card game, betting the money and trying to beat a Dealer. All the participants play on the same table at hot seat. Casino's House Rules may be altered. In-game tutor may teach players the basics of blackjack strategy and card counting based on the statistically-derived tables originally created by Dr. Edward Thorp in the early 1960s.

Dr. Wong's Jacks+ Video Poker

Dr. Wong's Jacks+ Video Poker

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

In this title only the "Jacks or better" variant of Stanford Wong Video Poker is included. The game represents the gambling 5-card draw poker with integrated Tutor and Stanford Wong as a Video Poker Analyzer. Thus, it is possible to set a bet, deal the hand, ask the tutor about most successful action, analyze the hand, hold certain cards, and win as much money as possible.

Elements

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

Elements is a puzzle game where you use the arrow keys to guide a small green ball (called "Element") through mazes without running out of energy. You lose energy by moving in any direction. Energy is displayed as an orange stripe along the bottom of the screen alongside your score, keys and the number of shards you have collected. You start with three lives (displayed on the bottom right corner). If you run out of energy or fall into holes, you lose a life and return to the first maze in the current level. There is a square marked X at the end of each level that gives you a password that...

OnTarget

OnTarget

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

The game is basically two player. On a 2D map you and your opponent each have a missile tower. You take turns firing over cliffs and mountains to destroy each others tower. You have to use velocity, range, and angle.

Rosemary West's House of Fortunes

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

Visiting the House of Fortunes at night, the player registers in a book his/her arrival along with other visitors. Rosemary welcomes the player and proposes five kinds of predictions of his/her fortune in a playable, interactive manner. These are Astrology, Crystal Ball, Numerology, I Ching, and Tarot. Each room has animations and all house residents talk to the player with their voices. The predictions are made based on the name and birthday of the player. However, the I Ching and Tarot types of predictions are based on the player's actions. The player has to toss coins in I Ching and draw...

Ruckus Roulette

Ruckus Roulette

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

Ruckus Roulette is an electronic version of the gambling game Roulette. The player joins the table with a certain amount of money in cash and starts to play. Up to four additional computer players can join the table. The player places various types of Inside and Outside bets against the bank and tries to win as much money as possible. The game includes Simulation mode, where many spins of the wheel with or without bets are simulated. Graph of numbers dropped and many game statistics are provided. It is possible to make several adjustments such as European Wheel usage or Surrender...

The Space Vegetable Corps

The Space Vegetable Corps

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

In this 2D action game player assumes the role of a maintenance engineer, who was deployed by mistake on the desolate planet on the outer rim of the universe. It is the year 2040 A.D. and humanity is turning the planets and moons into a series of huge hydroponic greenhouses. Because the protagonist is out of money, his only goal is to pay his way home by taking the worst job in the galaxy, enlisting himself into the ranks of the Space Vegetable Corps. Players move the protagonist wearing a spacesuit on the moon surface, protecting the vegetables growing in domes, shooting the alien forms,...

Turn n' Burn

Turn n' Burn

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

Turn n' Burn is a simple space shooter. The player moves over the one-screen levels and shoots everything which moves. After all enemy formations (either a snake formation out of smiley faces or alien ships moving downwards) are killed, the next level is reached. Collecting power ups which are left behind by dead hostiles reward certain advantages, e.g. a shield. If the screen is left from one side, the ship appears at the opposite side of the screen.

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