Commodore Amiga - Released - 1995
Ace Ball is a split-screen Pong variant, presented in the third person point of view. The player may compete with human or CPU. The objective is to make your opponent miss by proper controlling of the paddle and using left and right walls reflections. The point is gained each time when the ball reaches the bottom line. Six points give victory. The game features four difficulty levels.
Commodore 64 - Released - 1995
Ashido is a game for one player only. The aim of the game is to sort different symbols in a limited time. The amount of the symbols and the time is variable. Published by part "Triada" game pack.
MS-DOS - Released - 1995
Brzdąc is a compilation of four educational games for children: Coloring, in which the choices are figures corresponding to the names of letters of the alphabet Playing the cymbals with the possibility of recording and playback Animal puzzles in 4 levels of difficulty Cut-out with different figures and colors
Commodore 64 - Released - 1996
The story begins when the princess of Oms land named Cecil gets sick. As foretold she can be saved only thanks to a magic medicine. Chwat Romek sets off on a mission. Chwat is a typical for its times action adventure game, demanding finding items and using them in the right place, avoiding enemies and obstacles. Romek may carry only up to two items at a time, talk to encountered characters and use switches. The items can be left in any location and collected at a different time. Contact with enemies, water and obstacles takes some energy points. The loss of life takes the player to the initial...
Commodore 64 - Released - 1994
Drip is a side-scrolling platform game. The player's task is to collect all the coins that spilled out of the car carrying them to the bank. The game features 42 levels full of coins and hostile creatures. The creatures may be neutralized by throwing the ball, however contact with them takes one life. After collecting all the coins Drip must reach the end of the board before the time runs out. The remaining time is recalculated for extra points. The game consists two level passwords, acquired after finishing level 10 and 20.
Commodore 64 - Released - 1995
Escape is a platform game. The task of the player is to find 13 crystal cubes in order to get out of the labyrinth by the magical portal. The protagonist is weaponless, so the only way to avoid enemies is a good timing and jumping ability. The maze is inhabited by numerous hostile creatures. Contact with them or with purple ladder and floor takes some amount of energy. A fall from the heights or contact with falling rocks takes life. Some useful items may be found in the maze, for example extra energy and surprise pack, with various numbers of points. Points are necessary to access local...
Commodore 64 - 1994
Eternal is a science fiction side-scrolling platform game on time. Controlling a small robot the player must reach the exit gate before the time runs out, avoiding hostile units and traps such as stalactites, hooks or water reservoirs. The robot has an unlimited ammo. Contact with hostile unit lowers energy level, contact with a trap takes a life. Each of 27 levels consists of a limited number of diamonds. Collecting 50 diamonds add one life.
Commodore 64 - 1993
Klemens is a platform game where the player must rescue eight of his twin brothers locked in the cages scattered around the labyrinth. Destroying the cages requires finding the dynamite. Unfortunately Klemens may carry only one item at a time, so finding a brother without dynamite requires remembering the back route. The labyrinth consists of 256 chambers inhabited by numerous hostile animals and other obstacles, such as ground spikes, bouncing balls or coming from the ground skeletons. Each enemy may be annihilated by jumping on it. Contact with hostile creature or obstacles takes some...
Commodore 64 - 1994
Later is an arcade action game. The game protagonist named Later was imprisoned in an underground maze by Kropop. The objective of the player is to carry him safely from one side of the chamber to the other. Contact with any part of the maze, trap or monster mean loss of life. The player can choose one of three speeds of movement, suited to encountered obstacles. The game features a total of 26 chambers.
Commodore 64 - 1997
Manganoid is an Arkanoid variant for up to two players. Regardless of the number of players there are two palettes available - one the top and left side. Removing cubes from the board reveals a manga style picture. All other Arkanoid rules apply, especially bonuses facilitating (two balls) or hindering (smaller pads) the task.
MS-DOS - Released - 1996
Matmania is a compilation of three educational games teaching mathematical operations: Mattris is a Tetris variant. The gameplay is similar except that the player does not stack bricks but mathematical operations. The player's task is to choose the correct missing part of mathematical operation, like a digit, 'less than' sign and others. The correct answer choice is made by selecting one of the four options at the bottom of the screen. The game highlights a part of the mathematical operation the player needs to decide on. If correct, the selection is deleted, if not, it remains. On the right...
Commodore 64 - 1995
Miecze Valdgira II: Władca Gór is an action-adventure game. This time king Aldir must defeat Bloody Zenon, that uses Cyclops eye to terrorize the surrounding area. Aldir must wander the surrounding forest and underground labyrinth, collecting one-use items along the way and using them in the right places, mostly to open underground passages. Each location is inhabited by hostile creatures. Contact with the creatures for longer than two seconds means instant death. The best way to circumvent the enemy is jumping over or passing under them.
MS-DOS - Released - 1994
Ortomania is a compilation of three following educational games teaching polish spelling: Ortotris 2 is a Tetris variant. The game takes place in the same manner except that the player does not stack bricks but words. The player's task is to choose the correct spelling. The correct spelling indicated at the bottom of the screen needs to be selected from different choices by using the left or right cursor keys. The game highlights a part of the word the player needs to decide on. If correct, the selection is deleted, if not, it remains. On the right side of the screen displays the percentage...
MS-DOS - Released - 1992
Ortotris is a Tetris variant. The game takes place in the same manner except that the player does not stack bricks but words. The player's task is to choose the correct spelling. The correct spelling indicated at the bottom of the screen needs to be selected from different choices by using the left or right cursor keys. The game highlights a part of the word the player needs to decide on. If correct, the selection is deleted, if not, it remains. On the right side of the screen displays the percentage of correctness of the answers. The game ends with the degree of exposure.The game has a mode...
Commodore Amiga - 1995
Teo is a side-scrolling platform game. The aim of the player is to reach the designated number of blue spheres. All the levels are full of hostile animals, poisonous plants and weeds, fire flames and other obstacles. Besides the blue spheres the player may collect numerous fruits (extra energy) scattered on the board, hearts (extra life), safety helmet (temporary invincibility) or use trampoline arrows for performing high jumps. The hostile creatures may be killed by a jump on their head. After each three levels the player receives a stage code.