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3-D Tank Zone

3-D Tank Zone

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1984

A high-res blaster where you have to contend with planes, helicopters and ground forces all attacking you. Kind of like a stationary clone of Battlezone.

3-D Tank Zone

3-D Tank Zone

Acorn Electron - Released - 1983

As weapon commander, you must, with the aid of radar, scan the terrain surrounding the city and missile silos for marauding enemy tanks then destroy them before they get you. Watch out too for incoming jets and helicopters on the horizon. To aid you in your task, you have at your disposal a direct fire anti-aircraft cannon and an anti-tank missile launcher. The game features excellent 3D wire graphic tanks and battleground displays with realistic missile in-flight action and detailed instrument console.

Corporate Climber

Corporate Climber

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1983

Corporate Climber is a platform game programmed by J Hurwitz and Mark Yell. You have to traverse the levels, where there are men in lifts moving up and down the screen. You have to dodge them, and get across to the other side of the screen. You then move up one level, and so on, until you reach the top level.

Nippon Safes Inc.

Nippon Safes Inc.

Commodore Amiga - 1993

Nippon Safes, Inc. is the predecessor to Big Red Adventure, with both being cartoon adventure games by Italian developer Dynabyte. As with the follow-up, players take the role of three different heroes - Doug, the smart safe cracker; Dino, the strong, but dumb, boxer; and Donna, the sexy club dancer. The game takes place in Tokyo. While all three characters explore almost the same areas, each of the heroes has their own story to follow and puzzles to solve. You can choose which character you would like to play first and when you have finished all three sub-plots, you'll get a final with...

Nippon Safes Inc.

Nippon Safes Inc.

ScummVM - 1992

Nippon Safes, Inc. is the predecessor to Big Red Adventure, both being cartoon adventure games by Italian developer Dynabyte. As in its followup, here players take the role of three different heroes (though, opposite to Goblins series, one at time). They are Doug, the smart safe cracker; Dino, the strong, but dumb, boxer; and Donna, the sexy club dancer. The game takes place in Tokyo. While all three characters explore almost the same areas, each of the heroes has its own story to follow and puzzles to solve. You can choose which character would you like to play first, and which - lastly....

Nippon Safes Inc.

Nippon Safes Inc.

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

Nippon Safes, Inc. is the predecessor to Big Red Adventure, both being cartoon adventure games by Italian developer Dynabyte. As in its followup, here players take the role of three different heroes (though, opposite to Goblins series, one at time). They are Doug, the smart safe cracker; Dino, the strong, but dumb, boxer; and Donna, the sexy club dancer. The game takes place in Tokyo. While all three characters explore almost the same areas, each of the heroes has its own story to follow and puzzles to solve. You can choose which character would you like to play first, and which - lastly....

Tube Warriors

Commodore Amiga - 1994

Isn't life full of surprises? Last month, there was us thinking that Flair's Dangerous Streets had to be the last word in awesomely awful beat 'em-ups but no! — here comes Tube Warriors all set to make us rethink just how bad games can get. The big pity with Tube Warriors is that the basic engine for an excellent Street Fighter 2 clone — or even a perfect conversion of the coin-op itself — is in place. Trouble is, it's obvious that having written it the programmers have no idea what to do with it. The backdrops, for example, move as nicely as any in Street Fighter, with loads of top foreground...

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