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Alley Oops

Alley Oops

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Alley Oops' game screen loosely resembles a bowling alley, with the player moving left and right across the 8 lanes, with the ability to loop from the far-right to far-left or vice versa. Each of these contains sets of bowling pins, as well as harmful hazards such as wine bottles (which must be avoided - contact costs one of your five lives). The pins can be shot for points, using your seemingly unlimited supply of bowling balls. There will often be X or / symbols behind the pins, representing strikes and spares. Collect these as they fall to have them added to your scorecard. As bowling...

Baker Street Detective

Apple II - Released - 1985

From the game's package: "You are Sherlock Holmes, the world's greatest detective; and you have just been presented with two new mysteries to solve. In the case of A Wasted Witness, Inspector Lastrade asks you to investigate the mysterious death of the Government's star witness during an extortion trial. In the Scourge of the Executioner, you try to find a link between the murder of a bank president, and a bank robber who wears an executioner's hood. BAKER STREET DETECTIVE brings you back to 1893 London. You are provided with a map of the city and a directory of people and places that...

Baker Street Detective

Baker Street Detective

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

Baker Street Detective is a text-based adventure game based upon the stories of Sherlock Holmes. The player plays as Dr. John H. Watson, the assistant of Sherlock Holmes. There are two separate mysteries to play: A Wasted Witness and The Scourge of the Executioner. The player must travel to different locations throughout Victorian London to gather clues regarding each mystery. Common locations to visit include: Scotland Yard, the Coroner's Office, the Criminology Office, and 221B Baker Street. Each location has a 3-digit code, which serves as copy protection, and as the player visits each...

Battle Through Time

Battle Through Time

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

There are those chosen to take advantage of 26th century time travel. A team of scientists will take an All-Terrain Vehicle into the time void and travel through levels contributing to humanity's various fights; against everything from dinosaurs to nuclear hazards. Battle Through Time features similar gameplay to Moon Patrol. Players guide the aforementioned ATV through the levels by shooting down enemies and jumping over rocks. Each level represents a different period of time, with enemies and visuals changing.

Cave Fighter

Cave Fighter

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Cave Fighter is a platform game where you have to move from left to right with the screen scrolling when you move to escape various caves before a timer runs out. You can walk left or right but to jump you have to hold the fire button down, a gauge increases and the longer you hold it the higher and further you will jump. Careful use of this is needed as you can only land on the ground or the top of a platform, if you touch the sides of a platform, wall or touch an obstacle like water or spikes then you lose a life. As you get deeper into a cave you will encounter various creatures but you...

Centerfold Squares

Centerfold Squares

MS-DOS - Released - 1988

An adult puzzle game. Players compete against the computer with the goal of occupying the squares covering a digitized picture of a centerfold. When you acquire a square, it disappears, revealing more of the picture. Includes a large variety of pictures, with numerous difficulty levels.

Colossus Chess X

Colossus Chess X

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

Colossus Chess X is the first 16-bit adaptation of the chess games series by Martin P. Bryant. This fully fledged program understands all the rules of chess including, underpromotion, the fifty move rule and draws by repetition, it can achieve the king-bishop-knight mate. The new features are a modifiable opening book of 11000 moves, the program also learns new lines of play from playing experience. You can also play against the clock, try a blindfold mode or use the program to solve mating problems. Apart from the standard 2D board there's a 3D one, which can be freely rotated. Four...

Daily Double Horse Racing

Daily Double Horse Racing

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

Daily Double Horse Racing is a Gambling game, developed by Artworx Software Company and published by CDS Software Ltd, which was released in 1989. Daily Double Horse Racing is a gambling game for 1-4 players, where each player bets virtual money on horses, both for simple win/place/show for bets on one horse, and for two-horse bets - exacta/parlay/quinella/daily double. Players enter their bets at a bookmakers desk, with some information based from the racing tables and the manual, and when all players are done you watch the races from the side of the course. Each player starts off with...

Equestrian Showjumper

Equestrian Showjumper

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

Harvey Smith Showjumper allows you to compete on your own or against five other players to get the best time on 12 courses which are selected and competed on individually. After selecting your course which a map is shown on the title screen, you view part of the arena with the course, from the side at an elevated angle and the screen scrolls when you move your horse. After crossing the start line you must jump the fences in the correct order without knocking them down before crossing the finishing line. If you knock down a fence then a fault time is added on to your final time but if you hit...

Ghost Chaser

Ghost Chaser

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Harry the Ghost Chaser enters the haunted Fairport Manor and wants to drive out the ghosts that settle in that place. You control Harry on his mission. The game features sixteen screens that Harry must traverse: the attic, the kitchen, the library, the sewers and more. Ghosts roam the corridors and must be avoided or jumped over. The first few times Harry is touched by a ghost, he is not killed immediately, but merely immobilized from the shock. But further attacks from ghosts and also high falls may kill him. Thankfully Harry can defend himself and throw stones at some of the ghosts to kill...

Grailquest

Grailquest

MS-DOS - Released - 1989

A game in the world of the legendary King Arthur, but adding a few more features than your "run of the mill" adventure. This game also includes adult "situations" that add to the classic motif. During the actual quest for the search of the grail, there are sub-quests to master as well. A VERY detailed graphic adventure game that has a very high end interactive fiction storyline. This game uses a "point and shoot" interface that uses your mouse.

Gwendolyn: Pursuit of a Princess

Gwendolyn: Pursuit of a Princess

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Joel isn't a happy Prince after his Father, King Stevius of the Kingdom of Hillsborough, passed on the crown to his first born Myrridian after his death. Joel left the Kingdom vowing to start his own, never to return. Years later, King Myrridian on his wedding day is about to wed Princess Klaudia when a huge army of Dwarves appear and seize Klaudia, declaring that the Ruler of Tunnelworld, Joel is taking Myrridian's bride-to-be for his own pleasure. Distraught at the events, Myrridian has vowed to leave the kingdom and bring back his future Queen but he was never seen again. Prince Maracus,...

Highland Games

Highland Games

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

Consisting of Caber Toss, Weight Toss, Discus Throw, Long Jump and Hmamer throw, all published in the Italian release of Alga Soft #10B.

Hotel Alien

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

Hotel Alien is a science-fiction themed adventure game. It happened one starry evening not too long ago. There was a flying saucer sighting that most people paid little attention to. Over a period of several weeks, many strange new guests were seen checking in at the Hotel Alien, run by a sweet little old lady who everyone called Grandma. As time went by, the regular guests checked out of the Hotel and told of strange goings-on inside. Grandma grew increasingly frightened at the mysterious changes that were taking place, and one night she simply disappeared. The player must explore the 6...

Jigsaw Puzzlemania

Jigsaw Puzzlemania

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

Jigsaw Puzzlemania is a collection of more than a dozen jigsaw puzzles. The shapes of the jigsaw pieces are randomly cut and it's possible to choose from six different sizes before starting a game. The smallest ones contains of just 16 pieces while the largest and most challenging ones contain 238 pieces. The game can be played in single player or in multiplayer for two players. There are two multiplayer modes: one team based where two players solve a puzzle together and a competition mode where they play against each other. Both of these are turn based and played in hot seat. Each player has...

KaleidoKubes

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

KaleidoKubes is a puzzle game where players places cubes on a board. The game is meant for two players, either against a human or against the computer, but there is also a practice mode for one player. Each cube is split into four triangles of different colours (blue, green, red, yellow) and to place one on the board the colour of each side has to match the colours of adjacent cubes. Each cube has to connect to at least one other cube. The players earn points for each cube that is placed on the board and the more sides that are connected the more points will be earned. The game is turn based...

Space Pilot

Space Pilot

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Space-Pilot is a multi-directionally scrolling shooter by Kingsoft from 1984. The player steers a figher jet, which has obviously been equipped with a time machine, through 5 time zones, in which he has to defend himself against hostile flying armed forces fitting the corresponding epoch. If 56 hostile machines have been destroyed, a mother ship appears which can be shot with 5 shots, whereupon the time jump to the next era follows. Bonus points can be gained by collecting sky divers and destroying enemies in formation flight. After finishing the fifth and last time zone successfully, the...

Starbase Defense

Starbase Defense

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Starbase Defense (Starbase Defence 64, and Astral Attack in Europe) is a single screen 1st person shooter where the alien race XENO have decided to attack our colonies by destroying the Energy Generators. You control a cross-hair and you must protect six generators on the bottom of the screen from the aliens in formation on the top of the screen. Each alien moves down the screen at different times and when they hit a line of energy they turn into a bomb which moves down the screen towards the generators. You can only shoot the aliens when they have turned into bombs and when they hit a...

Strip Poker

Strip Poker

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1986

You are a male player, who wants to undress your woman opponent playing cards. In 5-card poker, you bet own money for a round and if you are lucky, then collect winnings and watch your opponent undress. Your opponent removes clothing every time she loses one hundred dollars. You must make her strip five times to win. The master disk contains two opponents, Suzi and Melissa, but you may acquire Data disks to add other opponents like Marlena, Candi, etc.

Strip Poker II

Strip Poker II

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988

What can I say that isn't already implied by the title? This is a computer version of five-card draw poker featuring photos of women who wear fewer clothes the better you do, all rendered in digitized graphics. The basic game includes two models, Suzi and Melissa, but expansion disks were also available.

Strip Poker II

Strip Poker II

MS-DOS - Released - 1988

What can I say that isn't already implied by the title? This is a computer version of five-card draw poker featuring photos of women who wear fewer clothes the better you do, all rendered in digitized graphics. The basic game includes two models, Suzi and Melissa, but expansion disks were also available.

Strip Poker III

Strip Poker III

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

The 3rd edition of Strip Poker allows you to play with three girls at once. Now Master disk presents VGA photos of three new girls. Digitized speech at intro is introduced. Rules of five cards poker are not changed. During your play you can undress your woman opponent by winning all her money. Data disks contain more woman opponents.

Strip Poker Professional

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

The 4th edition of Strip Poker is done in SVGA but with the same girls from Strip Poker III. Now you can play with three girls at once. Rules of five cards poker are not changed. Big photos of the girls are lightly detailed than in previous edition. In game you have to undress the girl by taking all her money. Girl strips five times to loose the game.

Strip Poker: A Sizzling Game of Chance

Strip Poker: A Sizzling Game of Chance

MS-DOS - Released - 1985

You are a male player, who wants to undress your woman opponent playing cards. In 5-card poker, you bet own money for a round and if you are lucky, then collect winnings and watch your opponent undress. Your opponent removes clothing every time she loses one hundred dollars. You must make her strip five times to win. The master disk contains two opponents, Suzi and Melissa, but you may acquire Data disks to add other opponents like Marlena, Candi, etc.

Thai Boxing

Thai Boxing

Commodore 64 - Released - July 1, 1985

Pounding punches, high kicks and flying kicks cut the boxers faces, as their stamina saps under the fierce onslaught of blows to the body. Six levels of fast action played in 3D, against spectacular backgrounds.

The Vaults of Zurich

The Vaults of Zurich

Commodore 64 - Released - 1981

In The Vaults of Zurich the player takes control of a master thief who attempts a very daring heist. As the title implies it all takes place in the subterranean vault system of a Swiss bank and the goal of the game is to reach the chairman's chamber on the ninth level and steal the bank's most valuable possession: the OPEC oil deeds. The player has two hours of real time to accomplish this and return to the bank lobby. The game consists of nine levels that are connected with stairs. Each level is five sectors wide and five sectors long and each sector can be either a corridor or a vault room....

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