Infogrames

7 Colors

7 Colors

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

It might be a "battle of colours", two "enemies" engaging in a "fight" to "conquer the territory" on the "battlefield". Or, despite Infogrames' martial marketing efforts, 7 Colors might just be a puzzle game with brightly colored diamonds. In the wake of Alexey Pajitnov's block-busting Tetris, Infogrames licensed another Russian mathematician's concept for a game of logics and dexterity: Two players start from opposite ends of a board, filled with rectangles of seven different colors, and take turns in picking one of these colors. All diamonds of that color bordering on the player's...

Advantage Tennis

Advantage Tennis

Atari ST - Released - 1991

Advantage Tennis is a tennis simulation played with 2D characters in a 3D simulated court. The camera zooms and pans in to follow the action. There are training, season and exhibition modes. The season mode allows playing against a variety of competitors and in different courts around the world.

Advantage Tennis

Advantage Tennis

MS-DOS - Released - December 1, 1991

Advantage Tennis is a tennis simulation played with 2D characters in a 3D simulated court. The camera zooms and pans in to follow the action. There are training, season and exhibition modes. The season mode allows playing against a variety of competitors and in different courts around the world.

The Adventures of Pinocchio

Nintendo Game Boy - Unreleased - January 1, 1993

The Adventures of Pinocchio is an Action game, developed by Bit Managers and published by Infogrames, which was cancelled before it was released. The ROM bears an internal title of "Infrey Quest," apparently a working title used early in production before Infogrames requested alterations to re-configure the game as a (non-Disney) "Pinocchio" title. The game was thereafter cancelled, but would eventually resurface in 1998 in a re-reworked version called "Ottifants," based on the German comic strip of same name.

The Adventures of the Smurfs

The Adventures of the Smurfs

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - January 1, 2000

Adventures Of The Smurfs is a game released for the Gameboy Color. It was released solely in Europe due to the continued popularity of the Smurf characters in that area.

Alcatraz

Alcatraz

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

Two U.S. Navy SEALs operatives land on Alcatraz Island, former site of the famous prison, to bring down Miguel Tardiez, a notorious drugs trafficker and warlord who is now based there. Alcatraz has been taken over by him and turned it into his base of operations for his drugs cartel, gun running and money laundering operations. The two operatives, Bird and Fist, must make their way from one end of the island to the other, destroying drug caches, before finally apprehending or eliminating Tardiez, then making their escape via the awaiting helicopter, all within 2 hours upon reaching their...

Alone in the Dark 3

Alone in the Dark 3

MS-DOS - Released - April 16, 1995

It's 1926 and after Edward Carnby's success in his previous two investigations, a journalist has nicknamed him the 'Supernatural Private Eye'. This time, he is called to investigate the disappearance of a film crew at a two-bit ghost town known by the name of Slaughter Gulch located in the Mojave Desert in California. Among the disappeared crew is Emily Hartwood, Jeremy Hartwood's niece from the original. Edward soon discovers that a curse has gripped the town, and an evil cowboy from the Badlands named Jed Stone is the villain who is responsible for the crew's disappearance. Lurking around...

Alone in the Dark: One-Eyed Jack's Revenge

Alone in the Dark: One-Eyed Jack's Revenge

Sega Saturn - Released - February 23, 1996

The original game's horror theme has been significantly de-emphasized in the sequel. While there are some supernatural goings-on (Voodoo black magic), the main villains are gangsters and pirates. While the enemies are revealed to be possessed by evil spirits, and are green and zombie-like in appearance, they are far from the shambling walking corpses of the first game, and walk, talk, and behave much like ordinary people, arming themselves with Tommy Guns and shouting at the player. The game world is larger than that of the original, encompassing not only the mansion, but also the surrounding...

Alone in the Dark: One-Eyed Jack's Revenge

Alone in the Dark: One-Eyed Jack's Revenge

Sony Playstation - Released - August 1, 1996

In Alone in the Dark 2, you take the role of detective Edward Carnby, one of the two main characters in the original Alone in the Dark. Carnby is now called upon to investigate a bootlegger named One Eyed Jack after an old detective college name Stryker attributes Jack to the kidnapping of young Grace Saunders. Stryker attempts to infiltrate Jack's dilapidated mansion of Hell's Kitchen and rescue the girl, only to disappear himself. That's where Carnby comes in.

Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare

Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare

Sony Playstation - Released - June 18, 2001

Set on October 31, 2001. Edward Carnby's best friend and partner, Charles Fiske, has been found dead off the coast of Shadow Island, a mysterious island near the coast of Massachusetts. Carnby's investigation quickly leads him to Frederick Johnson, who informs him of Fiske's search for three ancient tablets with the ability to unlock an incredible and dangerous power. Johnson pleads with Carnby to take the place of Fiske and reopen the investigation in order to recover the tablets. Carnby accepts and makes it his mission to find Fiske's killer. Johnson introduces Edward to Aline Cedrac, an...

Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare

Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare

Windows - Released - June 25, 2001

The player is given the option of choosing which of the two protagonists they play as. Carnby's side of the plot is based mainly on fighting the monsters by physical means, particularly with his trusty double barreled revolver; while Aline's is more centered on puzzles. The two occasionally meet up, and the main areas of plot intersect. The player soon comes under attack from Creatures of Darkness that appear out of nowhere and seem to be living shadows.

Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare

Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare

Sega Dreamcast - Released - September 24, 2001

Set on October 31, 2001. Edward Carnby's best friend and partner, Charles Fiske, has been found dead off the coast of Shadow Island, a mysterious island near the coast of Massachusetts. Carnby's investigation quickly leads him to Frederick Johnson, who informs him of Fiske's search for three ancient tablets with the ability to unlock an incredible and dangerous power. Johnson pleads with Carnby to take the place of Fiske and reopen the investigation in order to recover the tablets. Carnby accepts and makes it his mission to find Fiske's killer. Johnson introduces Edward to Aline Cedrac, an...

Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare

Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - June 27, 2001

From the moment Edward Carnby and Aline Cedrac set foot on Shadow Island, they are confronted by mysterious, evil creatures intent on thwarting their progress to recover 3 ancient tablets believed to hold the secret key to some incredible menacing phenomenon. Fears threaten from every corner. The slightest shadow could be hiding deep secrets, or concealing worse nightmares...

Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare

Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 28, 2001

The player is given the option of choosing which of the two protagonists they play as. Carnby's side of the plot is based mainly on fighting the monsters by physical means, particularly with his trusty double barreled revolver; while Aline's is more centered on puzzles. The two occasionally meet up, and the main areas of plot intersect. The player soon comes under attack from Creatures of Darkness that appear out of nowhere and seem to be living shadows.

Animorphs: Shattered Reality

Animorphs: Shattered Reality

Sony Playstation - Released - September 6, 2000

The Animorphs are Jake, Rachel, Marco and Cassie, a group of children with the power to morph into animals as they battle the evil Yeerks and keep the world safe, while also dealing with the trials and tribulations involved with school, friends and parents. The book series by author K.A. Applegate has more than 32 million copies in print and there is a popular TV show airing on Nickelodeon. In the PlayStation game Animorphs - Shattered Reality, the characters find themselves in a time warp. You must help them gather the shards of the Time Matrix Crystal and restore the timeline back to...

Antz

Antz

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - September 30, 1999

Based on the hit movie from DreamWorks, ANTZ for the Game Boy Color is a wild platform adventure that spans 19 levels. Playing as both Z and Princess Bala in this single-player adventure from Infogrames, you'll advance through side-scrolling scenes taken straight from the movie. Beautifully-detailed graphics capture the essence of the jaw-dropping movie visuals in each of the levels, and varied mission goals keep the gameplay fresh throughout. Use pick-axes to dispatch your foes, but look out for common ant disasters like the dreaded magnifying glass. Even a simple shoe can prove to be a major...

Astérix

Astérix

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1993

The year is 50 BC. Gaul is entirely occupied by the Romans. Well, almost entirely... One small Gaulish village continues to defy the occupying forces, the villagers protected by a magic potion which makes them invincible. But now Obelix has vanished! The Romans have confirmed his capture and taken him to an unknown destination. Astérix is a platform game based on the eponymous comic books, where the short and mustached Gaul has to progress through levels located all across Europe, fighting Romans and various aggressive animals along the way, to rescue his friend Obelix before Caesar throws...

Astérix

Astérix

Sony Playstation - Released - September 1, 2000

For controller pros and budding tacticians alike! Choose your own path through the game. Intelligent Romans (for once...). Plenty of punch-ups in 3D! Asterix The "Intelligent" Action Game!

Astérix

Astérix

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 1, 1993

The year is 50 BC. Gaul is entirely occupied by the Romans. Well, almost entirely... One small Gaulish village continues to defy the occupying forces, the villagers protected by a magic potion which makes them invincible. But now Obelix has vanished! The Romans have confirmed his capture and taken him to an unknown destination. Astérix is a platform game based on the eponymous comic books, where the short and mustached Gaul has to progress through levels located all across Europe, fighting Romans and various aggressive animals along the way, to rescue his friend Obelix before Caesar throws...

Astérix & Obélix

Astérix & Obélix

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 28, 1995

Caesar has erected a new barricade around the village of the indomitable gauls, to keep them trapped inside. Join Asterix and Obelix and travel across the Roman Empire. Here you will enter a bullfight, participate in a rugby match, and even take part in the Olympic Games. Bring a souvenir from each country you visit, in order to prove to Caesar that the Gauls are the strongest heroes.

Astérix & Obélix

Astérix & Obélix

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - July 15, 1999

Caesar has erected a new barricade around the village of the indomitable gauls, to keep them trapped inside. Join Asterix and Obelix and travel across the Roman Empire. Here you will enter a bullfight, participate in a rugby match, and even take part in the Olympic Games. Bring a souvenir from each country you visit, in order to prove to Caesar that the Gauls are the strongest heroes.

Astérix & Obélix

Astérix & Obélix

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1995

Caesar has had a palisade constructed around the village inhabited by the Indomitable Gauls in order to keep them prisoner! Choose Obelix or Asterix and set off across the Roman Empire! Bring back a souvenir from each country crossed in order to prove to Caesar that our heroes are the strongest!

Astérix & Obélix: Bash Them All!

Astérix & Obélix: Bash Them All!

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - January 25, 2002

What could be better than an Asterix game? Two Asterix games, of course! Indeed, this extraordinary cartridge designed for GameBoy Advance offers the lucky player two games for the price of one. Allow us to introduce the one on the right, inspired by Asterix and Cleopatra. Your mission, as you control our two heroes, is to help Edifis with the construction of a palace for Cleopatra. Mainly, you'll be defending him from the vile stratagems of his rival Artifis and Caesar's watchful legions. In the game on my left, "Asterix and Obelix," the idea is to bring souvenirs from every country in...

Astérix: Mega Madness

Astérix: Mega Madness

Sony Playstation - Released - June 29, 2001

It's party time, and the Gauls are planning to celebrate in style by having one of the biggest parties they've ever seen. The biggest honour of all the Gauls is to sit besides the Chief. In order to determine exactly whom this honour will be bestowed to, The Chief has announced that he will be holding a special sports tournament, the likes of which have never been seen before. The Gauls all get ready to participate in a series of crazy sporting challenges, to win the ultimate privilege of sitting with the Chief at the party.

Astérix: The Gallic War

Astérix: The Gallic War

Windows - Released - 2000

Astérix: The Gallic War is an updated version of the 1999 PlayStation video game simply known as Astérix, for PC and re-released again on PlayStation.

Atari Anniversary Advance

Atari Anniversary Advance

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - March 25, 2002

Atari presents 6 of the best arcade games ever made, mega-hits that launched the video game revolution -- Asteroids, Battlezone, Centipede, Missile Command, Super Breakout and Tempest. Each game is reproduced down to the last detail, and each one is just as easy and fun to play. Whether you're a diehard fan or a competitive newcomer, you've got to play the games that started it all!

Atari Anniversary Edition Redux

Atari Anniversary Edition Redux

Sony Playstation - Released - January 1, 2001

This collection honors the 30th anniversary of Atari, one of the first great companies in the videogame industry by reissuing versions of 12 arcade classics for play on PlayStation systems. Included are Asteroids and Asteroids Deluxe, Battlezone, Black Widow, Centipede, Gravitar, Missile Command, Pong, Space Duel, Super Breakout, Tempest and Warlords. The bundle also includes a souvenir sticker, a video interview with Atari founder Nolan Bushnell, press releases from the original games and images of game memorabilia. Atari Anniversary Edition Redux is mouse and analog control compatible and is...

Autoroute

Autoroute

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1985

B-17  Gunner: Air War over Germany

B-17 Gunner: Air War over Germany

Windows - Released - May 21, 2001

Backyard Baseball

Backyard Baseball

Windows 3.X - Released - October 24, 1997

In this first installment in the Backyard Sports series, the player's goal is to assemble a team of backyard kids and take them all the way to the championship - in this instance, the Ultra Grand Championship of the Universe. While not carrying an official Major League Baseball license, the game does contain 30 kids to assemble a custom team, as well as 10 fields for them to play in. The team's name, colors, and mascot can be defined, as well as its batting order and field positions. Each kid has ratings in running, batting, fielding, and pitching, as well as personality quirks that can...

Backyard Baseball

Backyard Baseball

Nintendo GameCube - Released - March 31, 2003

Build the championship baseball team of your dreams and play with the Pros in your own backyard. Create the lineup, take the field and direct all of the action. Earn new pitching and batting power-ups to light up the scoreboard! The Backyard Baseball’ game includes kid versions of hard-hitting, base-stealing, tough-fielding players including Barry Bonds, Randy Johnson, Mike Piazza and Ichiro.

Backyard Baseball

Backyard Baseball

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - May 21, 2002

Create the baseball team of your dreams! It's great baseball action with the backyard kids and real pro players as kids. Pick your team, choose logos and playing fields. Play single games, an entire season or Home Run Derby. It's the chance of a lifetime to play with the pros right in your own backyard. Play single Games or a whole season, choose from all 30 Major League Baseball teams, create, save and trade custom players, practice your swing in the Home Run Derby, and track player and team stats in Season play. Also features a two-player multiplayer mode when linking up two Game Boy Advance...

Backyard Baseball 1997

Backyard Baseball 1997

Windows - October 1, 1997

Backyard Baseball was the first game created for the PC by Humongous Entertainment in 1997. It is a one player game. The game consists of 55 neighbourhood kids to pick from to join your baseball team. Each kid has different stats so pick wisely.

Backyard Baseball 2003

Backyard Baseball 2003

Windows

The Backyard Sports series let you play games with a group of virtual kids, some of whom happen to be young versions of professional athletes. Backyard Baseball 2003 brings the stars of Major League Baseball to your home park. Players create a junior avatar of themselves and draft a team from 30 other backyard kids and kid versions of 30 MLB superstars then deck themselves out in their favorite uniforms and head for the diamond. Standard sports simulation game types are available including exhibition games and season play but the emphasis is on fun and accessibility for all ages.

Backyard Baseball 2003

Backyard Baseball 2003

ScummVM - Released - June 30, 2002

The Backyard Sports series let you play games with a group of virtual kids, some of whom happen to be young versions of professional athletes. Backyard Baseball 2003 brings the stars of Major League Baseball to your home park. Players create a junior avatar of themselves and draft a team from 30 other backyard kids and kid versions of 30 MLB superstars then deck themselves out in their favorite uniforms and head for the diamond. Standard sports simulation game types are available including exhibition games and season play but the emphasis is on fun and accessibility for all ages.

Backyard Basketball

Backyard Basketball

ScummVM - Released - 2001

The Backyard Sports series let you play games with a group of virtual kids, some of whom happen to be young versions of professional athletes. Backyard Basketball brings the NBA and WNBA into your house with kid versions of league stars. Players create a junior avatar of themselves, draft a team, pick their favorite pro uniforms, and hit the court in exhibition games or try to manage their team through a full season. Either way, the emphasis is on fun and accessibility for all ages.

Backyard Basketball

Backyard Basketball

Windows - November 1, 2001

Do you have what it takes to pound the boards and charge the net? here's your chance to find out build a championship basketball team of your dreams. Direct all the action, set the positions and call the plays. Earn offensive and defensive power-ups, play head-to-head it's easy to learn and fun to play! it's the chance of a lifetime to play with the pros in your own backyard.

Backyard Football

Backyard Football

Windows - Released - January 1, 1999

Backyard Football is a football video game released by Humongous Entertainment in 1999. The game was the third Backyard game released by Humongous Entertainment, preceded by Backyard Soccer and Backyard Baseball. It is the first of all of the Backyard Sports series to consist of the Backyard kids and professional players as kids.

Backyard Football

Backyard Football

ScummVM - Released - 1999

The original American football entry in the Backyard Sports series, Backyard Football lays the groundwork for kid-friendly football simulation. Not only can kids create players of their own, but they can add child versions of certain NFL stars to their teams using the "Create-A-Player" feature. Kids play a simplified, 5-on-5 reduction of the sport, with no penalties and power-ups for good plays. Speed is of the essence, as quarters are over in a minute. Features season, Hall of Fame, and exhibition modes. Backyard Football is the first game in the Backyard Sports series to be licensed by...

Backyard Football

Backyard Football

Nintendo GameCube - Released - October 10, 2002

The roar of the crowd, the grass stains on your pants, running home for dinner...? Yep, it's Backyard Football - football with kids. Backyard Football brings you all the action and excitement of American Football, with all the charm and nostalgia of neighborhood sports. Use the Backyard kids as players and/or play with the pros, as kids. In Backyard Football for GameCube, you get all 32 NFL teams to choose from as well as traditional Backyard Sports teams. You also get kid versions of top players in 2002 - Brett Favre, Rich Gannon, Jerry Rice, Michael Vick, Peyton Manning, Donnovan McNabb,...

Backyard Football

Backyard Football

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 24, 2002

It's great football action with the Backyard Kids and real pro players as kids. Little football fans will enjoy choosing from all 32 NFL teams or create their own with custom team names and uniforms. Call the plays and direct all the action in single games or an entire season's worth of hard-hitting action. It's the chance of a lifetime to play with the pros right in your own backyard!

Backyard Football 2002

Backyard Football 2002

ScummVM - Released - 2001

The Backyard Sports series let you play games with a group of virtual kids, some of whom happen to be young versions of professional athletes. Backyard Football 2002 lets you run, pass, and kick with young versions of the National Football League's superstars. Players create a junior avatar of themselves and draft a team from a group of backyard kids and kid versions of 10 NFL players then deck themselves out in their favorite uniforms and hit the gridiron. Standard sports simulation game types are available including exhibition games and season play but the emphasis is on fun and...

Backyard Soccer

Backyard Soccer

Sony Playstation - Released - September 28, 2001

Backyard Soccer is the first game in the Backyard Sports Soccer Series. Gameplay is simple. There are 30 kids to pick on a team, and many custom color teams to create. You also get to be in two game types: Single in which you play one small game and Season play, in which you play for a whole a lot of time and features you playing against some unusable custom teams.. This game also includes a practice mode to help you get used to the kicking in the game, and also shows what it is like during a penalty. All rules to soccer including fouls and hat tricks, are included in the game. When picking...

Ballistic

Ballistic

Sony Playstation - Released - November 1, 1999

Ballistic is a puzzle game in which the player must place 3 patterned balls next to each other in order to clear them. It is somewhat similar to Puyo Puyo in this respect. However Ballistic places the player in the center of the screen shooting the balls outward. In Panic! mode, a constant string of balls appear and the player must keep destroying similar balls to keep the string short and prevent it from snaking around and reaching the middle of the screen. In Checkmate mode, a limited amount of balls are given to the player which they must use to destroy all the balls on the screen. Strategy...

Beetle Crazy Cup

Beetle Crazy Cup

Windows - Released - February 29, 2000

Big Air Freestyle

Big Air Freestyle

Nintendo GameCube - Released - September 13, 2002

Floss and fly your bike through 20 different supercross or motocross tracks with 10 riders on the track fighting for first. Big Air means sick tricks in six freestyle arenas. Nine other bikes will catch your vapors as you fly by. Multiplayer mode for head-to-head action.

Big Thinkers! 1st Grade

Big Thinkers! 1st Grade

Windows - January 1, 1999

Big Thinkers was a short lived educational series developed by Humongous Entertainment. Big Thinkers 1st Grade is directed of course toward first grade learning but is entertaining for everyone. Follow Ben and Becky Brightly to collect smart stars for being smart!

Big Thinkers! Kindergarten

Big Thinkers! Kindergarten

Windows - Released - January 1, 1997

Big Thinkers was a short educational series of point and click video games developed by Humongous Entertainment. Big Thinkers Kindergarten is designed to be used as an educational tool for kindergarten aged children but is still a fun game for everyone. Follow Becky and Ben to get your smart stars!

Billiards Simulator II

Billiards Simulator II

Atari ST - Released - 1991

With a table in the majority of good pubs pool is a very popular game. It's quick and doesn't keep you tied lo the table for over an hour like snooker can, and a lot easier due to the size of the balls and table. But this is Billiards II I hear you say! Well, in this game as well as getting two billiards games to try your hand at, there's also two pool games (numbered and normal league pool) and two Q-ball variations. Each game puts you on the end of the cue, and it's your choice to whether you play from an overhead or solid 3-D view of the table. Ball control is also available by selecting...

Blender Bros.

Blender Bros.

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - April 15, 2002

Leap into the future as Blender, leader of the Cosmo Keepers, and use his super long ears to grab items, fight and fly. Clear multiple levels on different worlds, collect Mini Bros., use their power-ups and defeat the Zooligans! 20 Mini Bros. to find, collect and trade, 7 different planets with unique environments and surprises, 3 mini games allow up to 4 players to compete using the Game Link Cable.

Blue's Reading Time Activities

Blue's Reading Time Activities

Windows - January 1, 2000

Blue's Reading Time Activities will help young children learn to read. With this CD-ROM, kids help Blue write The Big News Gazette. Purple Kangaroo, Mailbox, Baby Bear, and new friends such as Periwinkle, are all waiting at the library. Find the missing words for Fan's story, match up the words to the pictures in Dot's dictionary, and more. Play all five learning activities and collect stories for the newspaper. This product strengthens word recognition, listening comprehension, and early reading skills in children ages 3 to 6.

Boarder Zone

Boarder Zone

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - January 1, 1999

BOARDER ZONE is a wild snowboarding action game for the Game Boy Color, and it packs in a ton of variety for boarding aficionados. Choose from four different boarders, each with their own unique skills and abilities, and then choose from four boards which all have different characteristics. Further adding to the customizability is the ability to pick your boarder's outfit. The variety doesn't stop there, however six different gameplay modes are available. In Race Attack mode, you must beat your fellow boarders in a race to the finish; Trick mode has you scoring points by performing tricks...

Bob et Bobette: Les Dompteurs du Temps

Bob et Bobette: Les Dompteurs du Temps

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - 2001

Bob Morane: Jungle 1

Bob Morane: Jungle 1

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1987

Bob Morane, hero of the Francophone series of adventure novels and comic books, parachutes into the South American jungle near the ruins of an Inca sanctuary at the foot of the Andes. Guide Bob through the hostile rainforest and labyrinthine ruins, help him stop his mortal enemy - the Yellow Shadow - from laying his dirty hands on the ancient treasure buried within, and free his friend Bill Ballantine who's being held prisoner on the premises. Much like Iznogoud, Sidewalk and Bob Morane: Chevalerie 1, the action is confined to a small viewport and your hero can traverse the static screens...

Bob Morane: Ocean

Bob Morane: Ocean

Amstrad CPC - 1988

Taking on the role of special agent Robert "Rip" Steel, it is up to you to destroy the evil Yellow Shadow's network of undersea mining bases. At the same time, you must protect your own bases from attack. You are in command of a small but powerful submarine, and must work quickly and strategically, if you are to succeed.

BoBo

BoBo

Amstrad CPC - 1988

BoBo is a cartoon style arcade game. The main character is Bobo, an inmate who has been sentenced for seventeen years. He must do many chores, such as peeling potatoes, ladling soup to his fellow prisoners, helping his fellow prisoners to escape, jumping electric wires and singing lullabies to his snoring cell mates. It is possible to play through the events in a sequence or one at a time. Up to six players (alternating, not simultaneously) can play this game. Each event can be played with joystick or keyboard. The specific moves you have to make vary from event to event but it come basically...

Bomb Jack

Bomb Jack

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - January 1, 1992

Jack is a tiny but explosive character whose dynamism will take your breath away! From platform to platform he is trying hard to light the bombs which will bring him lots of points, super bonuses, and lives. But this won't be easy as his enemies are numerous and they may transform astoundingly in order to be better able to catch him. A captivating challenge for young and old!

Bridge (Infrogrames)

Bridge (Infrogrames)

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1986

As its title suggests, this software will allow you to approach the Bridge assisted by computer ... Truce of joke, in the opinion of specialists, this very complete program will be both an adversary and a teacher Many options you will be offered for a fairly unknown card game, he admitted; it may be a great reason to learn.

Bridge (Nice Ideas)

Bridge (Nice Ideas)

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1986

Bugs Bunny & Taz: Time Busters

Bugs Bunny & Taz: Time Busters

Windows - Released - September 30, 2000

n Bugs Bunny & Taz: Time Busters Daffy Duck has ruined the Time Machine, and Granny asks Bugs and the Tazmanian Devil to collect all the parts of the machine. The game is an action adventure using a dual-control system. Players control both Bugs and the Taz, switching between the two characters to solve various tasks and beat cartoon villains that stand in their way. The stages have various themes representing different times and eras, such as Viking, Arabia and Transylvania, and contain various mini games.

Bugs Bunny & Taz: Time Busters

Bugs Bunny & Taz: Time Busters

Sony Playstation - Released - December 20, 2000

Daffy Duck has somehow managing to break Granny's time regulator, causing himself and the Time Gem that acts as the heart of the regulator to be pitched back into the shrouded annals of history. Well, if there are two people you know to call when it comes to times of crisis they would be Bugs Bunny and ... Taz? Well, regardless of the intelligence of the decision, Bugs and Taz will have to work together on this mission, traveling through four different eras in a quest to find Daffy, recover the Time Gem and set things back to the way they ought to be. Take control of the two famous Warner...

Bugs Bunny Lost in Time

Bugs Bunny Lost in Time

Windows - Released - September 30, 1999

On his way to the beach, Bugs Bunny accidentally finds and activates a time machine. Bugs Bunny is immediately propelled through five different areas in time and must find his way back to the present. It won't be an easy task, because blocking his way back to the present are some of the wildest troublemakers (Stupid Villians) he has ever known like Elmer Fudd, Witch Haxel, Yosemite Sam, Rocky and Marvin. Bugs Bunny: Lost in Time is a 3D platformer. Stages do not succeed each other linearly, but can be accessed in different order by collecting clocks and golden carrots. Bugs Bunny must...

Bugs Bunny: Lost in Time

Bugs Bunny: Lost in Time

Sony Playstation - Released - May 31, 1999

The game stars popular cartoon character Bugs Bunny who finds and activates a time machine after taking a wrong turn at Albuquerque. He ends up in Nowhere, home of a sorcerer named Merlin Munroe ("Moyle" to Bugs, or "Merl" but in Bugs accent). Merlin then informs Bugs that he is lost in time and that he must travel through five different eras of time (spanning 21 levels in total) in order to collect clock symbols and golden carrots that will allow him to return to the present.

Captain Blood

Captain Blood

Atari ST - Released - 1988

The titular character of the game is a 1980s video game designer, Bob Morlock, who had picked "Captain Blood" as a nickname in tribute to the film starring Errol Flynn of the same name. Morlock develops a new video game about aliens and space travel. While testing for the first time his new project, he becomes warped inside the spaceship of the very game he had designed. Soon after, Blood is forced to go into hyperspace mode and, due to an incident, gets accidentally cloned 30 times. For 800 years, Blood tracks down every clone, as each one took a portion of his vital fluid. When the game...

Captain Blood

Captain Blood

Commodore 64 - January 1, 1988

The objective of the game is to track down and disintegrate five clones (referred to as Duplicates or Numbers depending on the version of the game) of Captain Blood. To find them, the player must speak to various aliens and gain their trust. Communication with aliens occurs via an icon-based interface known as UPCOM. This consists of around 150 icons, each representing a different concept. As each alien race discovered speaks its own language and reacts differently, the player must learn to negotiate using these UPCOM concepts in a style that suits the races. Other unique facets of the game...

Captain Blood

Captain Blood

Apple Mac OS - Released - 1988

Bob Morlock is a game designer who has just developed a new sci-fi video game set in outer space and alien worlds. While testing the product Morlock inexplicably finds himself in the spaceship within the game. A hyperspace accident clones him thirty times. Each of the clones departs, taking with him a portion of a vital fluid that sustains Morlock's life. Assuming the persona of the brave Captain Blood, the programmer tracks down and disintegrated twenty-five clones, spending 800 years to achieve that goal. However, five clones still remain, hidden somewhere in the depths of the galaxy....

Carnivores Cityscape

Carnivores Cityscape

Windows - March 25, 2002

A giant spacecraft carrying cryogenically frozen dinosaurs crashes near a city on a distant planet. This planet is owned by a corporation which runs dinosaur hunting tours, but they never expected to have the dinosaurs running loose in their corporate headquarters city. Players take the role of a hired agent, attempting to destroy the dinosaur menace, or the role of one of the dinosaurs, hunting down the human threat. Environments include the canyon where the ship has crashed, the ship itself, the city, the sewers, the subway system, and the industrial area. In a departure from the rest of...

Chamonix Challenge

Chamonix Challenge

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1987

Chamonix Challenge is a mountain climbing action/simulation game. The object of the game is to climb to the peak of a mountain via several different trails of varying difficulty. Progress is made in a fashion similar to that used in Epyx 'games' series, with alternating joystick movements. To help out, you carry a backpack which you may stock with assorted items. Since there is a weight limit, you must choose which items you most likely will need for a given trail. For example, an exceptionally long trail may require camping gear and some additional food, where as a short trail will allow for...

Chamonix Challenge

Chamonix Challenge

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

Chamonix Challenge is a mountain climbing action/simulation game. The object of the game is to climb to the peak of a mountain via several different trails of varying difficulty. Progress is made in a fashion similar to that used in Epyx 'games' series, with alternating joystick movements. To help out, you carry a backpack which you may stock with assorted items. Since there is a weight limit, you must choose which items you most likely will need for a given trail. For example, an exceptionally long trail may require camping gear and some additional food, where as a short trail will allow for...

Championship Water-Skiing

Championship Water-Skiing

Atari ST - Released - 1987

This water skiing game was known at the time for its realistic simulation. There are only three events, but fortunately they are pleasant to play. They are slalom, free figures and, to finish, jump with ski. If at the beginning it is tricky to find a good technique, once you find it the game becomes much more tedious. The Gods Of The Sea also featured the sponsorship of a celebrity at that time: Patrice Martin.

Chaos;Head Noah

Chaos;Head Noah

Microsoft Xbox 360 - January 26, 2009

Adventure game of psycho suspense touch that makes 'Delusion' key word. - Story advanced by two or more aspects centering on continuous bizarre murder event (The new generation's frenzy) that occurs in Shibuya. - Six heroines appear. In heroine's peculiar route, various ends and the mysteries

Chess Simulator

Chess Simulator

Atari ST - 1990

Chess Simulator is a chess game which offers the standard features: playing chess against the AI which can be set in a number of different levels suited for beginners and advanced players (the maximum ELO rating is 2150); optionally with an advice option which tries to teach chess to the player. Graphical features include a number of different pieces and the option to change the angle and zoom of the 3D playfield. Of course it is also possible to use a top-down perspective. The game also provides a way to calculate the user's ELO score: the program presents 24 situations and the player must...

Combat Course

Combat Course

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

Lace up those boots soldier, and get ready for five levels of challenging action in this boot camp simulator. As make your way through various levels you'll be given points for doing the right thing and deducted points for any missteps. You can record your attempts and review them, to spot your mistakes and learn from them. Level one is the Physical course, which requires you to jump over walls, jump trenches and crawl under barbwire. Level two is the Risk course. This one will have you planting dynamite and throwing grenades. Level three has the player going hand-to-hand in the Combat...

Dames Simulator

Dames Simulator

Atari ST - Released - 1990

Dames Simulator is a computerized version of the famous board game called Checkers. The objective, as in all checkers games, is eat all the enemy pieces, before than the opponent. In Dames Simulator the player has the opportunity to select the color of his pieces (Black or white), the enemy level (between nine levels), the strategy (Defensive or offensive). The player can also save the game in any moment. During the game, the player has the possibility to use the hint option, for advice on the best move to make.

Demolition Racer

Demolition Racer

Windows - October 20, 1999

Demolition Racer is a vehicular combat racing video game for the PlayStation and PC that combines destruction and driving tactics in a fast paced racing environment. It is very similar to the Destruction Derby series. The PC version contained slightly better in-game graphics than the PlayStation version, and included varied weather and times of day. Drivers are given (optional) wacky portraits which displayed on the side of the screen in a race, showing who's ahead of who. The aim of the game is to win the race whilst destroying other racers' cars. Players receive points based on the amount...

Demolition Racer

Demolition Racer

Sony Playstation - Released - August 31, 1999

Demolition Racer is a racing game with a twist. Rather than a game that just requires you to try and win the race, this game gives you points to destroy the other racers' cars. The game has many styles of game play so you don't have to play the same style each game. There are 5 game styles in the Single Race section of the game. This section does not count towards unlocking cars or tracks. It is for practice and just plain fun. The main style is Demolition. In Demolition, you race against other cars around the track and get points for hitting them, spinning them in circles and knocking...

Demolition Racer: No Exit

Demolition Racer: No Exit

Sega Dreamcast - Released - October 23, 2000

The sequel to Demolition Racer. Race 14 tortuous tracks with mines and crates all over the place slowing you down, racing over 16 savage cars to a sports car to a hearse with its own characteristics to win the race. New game mode "last man standing" where you face all cars in race not for position, but to wreck each other going down a track to see who's last, and "demolition derby" where you fight cars in a arena to see who's last by hitting each other with state-of-the-art graphics where you can see tires, doors, hoods, bumpers, etc. go everywhere.

Desperados: Wanted Dead or Alive

Desperados: Wanted Dead or Alive

Windows - July 23, 2001

In this top-down/isometric western strategy/adventure game you acquire a role of John Cooper, a lone rider. Skilful with your gun and knife, shaved not, you'll wander towns of an old west, passing the Mexican gringos, fight the army, and rescue your future to be partners. All in the cause of justice. Hired as a bounty hunter to end these railroad raids and train robberies, but whoever walks the path of justice on the wild wild west, has to be framed for something, even if it's a murder. Now that you barely managed to escape, your name must be cleared. As you go along the game, you'll meet...

Die Maus

Die Maus

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - 1999

Die Maus is an action / puzzle game based on the German children's television show Die Sendung mit der Maus (The show with the mouse). You control both main characters of the show, the mouse and the elephant, in a search for the duck who has disappeared. The levels of the game are isometric puzzles. Both characters must reach the exit using and combining their different abilities. The mouse, for instance, is larger than the elephant, but the elephant is able to push heavy objects around. The game contains more than 150 puzzles in 5 different game worlds.

Die Maus

Die Maus

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1997

Die Maus is an action / puzzle game based on the German children's television show Die Sendung mit der Maus (The show with the mouse). You control both main characters of the show, the mouse and the elephant, in a search for the duck who has disappeared. The levels of the game are isometric puzzles. Both characters must reach the exit using and combining their different abilities. The mouse, for instance, is larger than the elephant, but the elephant is able to push heavy objects around. The game contains more than 150 puzzles in 5 different game worlds.

Die Maus: Verrückte Olympiade

Die Maus: Verrückte Olympiade

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - 2001

Die Maus: Verrueckte Olympiade is a Sports game, developed by Neon Studios and published by Infogrames, which was released in Europe in 2001.

Disney's Mickey Saves the Day: 3D Adventure

Disney's Mickey Saves the Day: 3D Adventure

Windows - 2001

The town's mayor has gone missing (Mickey, when playing as Minnie and vice versa) and Mickey's arch-nemesis Pete appoints himself as the new mayor. Soon his influence changes the town: a giant factory is built and all the money is stolen from the bank. The player needs to find out what has happened and return the peace. Mickey Saves the Day is an adventure game, with 3D characters against 2D-rendered backgrounds, for children, designed by David Grossman and Casey Donahue Ackley of LucasArts adventure fame. Players can choose to be Mickey or Minnie Mouse and many Disney characters make an...

Dora the Explorer: Backpack Adventure

Dora the Explorer: Backpack Adventure

Windows - Released - August 15, 2002

When you first enter this game you are taken to a series of pages for signing in and decorating the sticker book that you can access after you earn some stickers. You are given the option to play the game fully (Backpack Adventure Mode), or to enter the Map Mode and play the mini-games in whatever order you like. The mini-games are designed to exercise some early-childhood skills; color recognition, problem solving, shape recognition, pattern completion, number recognition, classification, mousing skills. Dora the Explorer, the little heroine of the animated TV series, has a brand new...

Dragon Ball Z: Budokai

Dragon Ball Z: Budokai

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - December 4, 2002

Join us on a wild ride through the best action cartoon series on TV, Dragonball Z. The story begins after Goku defeats Piccolo at the World Marital Arts Tournament and he comes to visit Master Roshi, when all of a sudden, his brother Raditz appears and kidnaps his son, Gohan, after he saves him he is sent to Other World to train with King Kai for for two more powerful Saiyan arriving one year later. This wild ride story takes you from the Saiyan to the Cell Games Saga.

Dragon Ball Z: Collectible Card Game

Dragon Ball Z: Collectible Card Game

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - May 29, 2002

Deal! Draw! Conquer! Based on the Collectible Card Game from Score Entertainment. The Dragon Ball Z® Collectible Card Game allows players to utilize a ladder fighting system to defeat opponents and finally -- Cell himself! Players "unlock" new characters as they use strategies and power to save the Universe from complete and utter destruction!

Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku

Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - May 14, 2002

Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku takes you on an incredible journey to protect the universe from the evil Frieza once and for all. Goku's son has been kidnapped and it's up to you to save him. Vegeta, Krillin, Piccolo, and King Kai are some of the characters you'll encounter along your quest. You'll need your melee and ki combat strategies to defeat your enemies. The future depends on your ability to use your ki blasts, solar flare, and kamehameha attacks.

Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku II

Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku II

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - June 17, 2003

Just when the Z Fighters thought the struggle against evil was over, a new evil approaches. In the next episode in the Z Fighters' quest to rid the universe of evil, you'll take on the role of Trunks, Goku, Gohan, Piccolo, or Vegeta as they journey through the Cell Saga and prepare to battle with the mighty Cell himself. With five playable characters, hours of gameplay, and massive game maps to explore, it's a DBZ adventure of epic proportions.

Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22

Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22

Sony Playstation - Released - March 25, 2003

The Japanese blockbuster is here! An international smash hit, this vintage Dragon Ball Z fighter features 22 famed DBZ warriors for you to recreate epic, one-on-one Dragon Ball Z battles. Easy to play but tough to master, this long-awaited classic offers matchups from the Buu, Frieza and Android Sagas. Experience the DBZ game that has thrilled fans all over the world!

Drakkhen

Drakkhen

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

The prophecy has been fulfilled. The world shall be ruled by the dragons. On an island far away, their lords prepare for the conquest of the lands. There is only one hope for mankind. The emperor sends out four heroes -- warriors and magicians -- to solve the puzzle of tears and prevent the invasion of the Drakkhen. Drakkhen is a role-playing game with a visual presentation that combines 3D landscapes and 2D interiors. The player's party will travel overland on a flat terrain made up of vectors, on which 2D objects are zoomed (The same type of engine was later used in Eternam). The player...

Driver 2: The Wheelman Is Back

Driver 2: The Wheelman Is Back

Sony Playstation - Released - November 13, 2000

You are an undercover driver, trying to survive amidst an international war between American and Brazilian gangs. The action takes you to Chicago, Las Vegas, Rio and Havana, all of which are depicted in detail, with curved roads added from the first game. As before, you have full control over the car as it storms around the streets. A new feature is the ability to get out of the car, and carjack others. This is especially useful when you have fallen victim to the advanced damage modeling. There is a full sequence of missions to complete, as well as some pre-set challenges and a Free...

Driver: You Are The Wheelman

Driver: You Are The Wheelman

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - May 15, 2000

In Driver, you are the wheelman in a series of Hollywood-style car-chases. A great getaway driver is only as good as his equipment, which is why Driver has a selection of performance-packed muscle cars, complete with realistic handling, damage modeling, and real-world physics reactions. Driver also comes fully equipped with a replay/director mode that gives you all the necessary tools to "film" their own car chase and multiple views that allow you to look around when you're driving. Put the pedal to the metal and be the best driver around.

Dungeons & Dragons: Eye of the Beholder

Dungeons & Dragons: Eye of the Beholder

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - October 30, 2002

A new evil has fallen upon the peaceful city of Waterdeep. You have been called upon to uncover its source and destroy it. As you embark on an epic odyssey with a band of fearless adventurers, you'll need to prepare yourself for confrontation with countless enemies and obstacles.

Eagle One: Harrier Attack

Eagle One: Harrier Attack

Sony Playstation - Released - March 10, 2000

The unthinkable has happened yet again: the Hawaiian Islands are under siege! A group of well-armed and fanatic terrorists are responsible, and the U.S.S. Armstrong has been dispatched to the region to neutralize the insurgents. As commander of Eagle One, you must lead the mission to reclaim the "Jewels of the Pacific" and annihilate the terrorist threat. Get ready to strap yourself into six of the world's most powerful and sophisticated attack aircraft, including the Harrier Jump Jet, F-15 Eagle, A-10 Warthog bomber and the elusive "Raven" stealth fighter (after you steal it from the bad...

Europe Racer

Europe Racer

Sony Playstation - Released - September 14, 2001

Europe Racer (also known as Europe Racing) is a racing video game developed by Dutch company Davilex. It was first published by Infogrames in the UK on September 14, 2001, later re-published as a budget title by Xplosiv on April 2, 2004. The game takes you across about ten different countries including Stockholm, Paris and Athens. Such landmarks include Red Square and the Eiffel tower. Teams from Europe, Russia, Japan and the USA compete in this illegal street race, always trying to hide from the police.

Expendable

Expendable

Sony Playstation - Released - April 22, 2000

The game is called Expendable in The United States and Millenium Soldier Expendable in Europe. Taking place in 2463 AD, the world has been consumed in chaos and countless confrontations with a powerful, technologically advanced alien race known as the Charva that want Earth and the human race destroyed. Before things get too out of hand, the government is sending expendables into action. An expendable is one viewed as not worth saving; their lives are pretty much worthless and won't be missed incase something bad were to happen. In this case, they are genetically altered superhuman killing...

Expendable

Expendable

Windows - Released - July 27, 1999

Sterile clones born of the best warriors' DNA with only one wish: total annihilation of the enemy. As a deadly alien race, the Charva, invades Earth's farthest colonies, they are sent from the Mothership to stop the invasion before it spreads inwardly and reaches the Sol system. Controlling them from a top-down style view reminiscent of the 80's classic Ikari Warriors, you must lead this soldier in battle in 14 levels, each one with its boss, and annihilate everything with 10 tools of mass destruction: your annihilation will be shown by a spectacular 3D engine offering gigantic explosions and...

Expendable

Expendable

Sega Dreamcast - Released - September 9, 1999

You're the Millennium Soldier on a countdown to destruction, wreaking revenge on an alien invasion. The guns are huge, the explosions enormous and the action reaches the skies as gigantic forces collide in this 3D blaster.

F-22 Air Dominance Fighter

F-22 Air Dominance Fighter

MS-DOS - Released - November 4, 1997

F-22: Air Dominance Fighter is a 1997 combat flight simulator video game developed by Digital Image Design and published by Infogrames for the PC. The game simulates the F-22 Raptor stealth fighter. It was preceded by EF2000 and was succeeded by F-22 Total Air War.

F-22 Total Air War

F-22 Total Air War

Windows - Released - 1998

F-22 Total Air War, also known as Total Air War or by its acronym TAW, is a fighter jet flight simulator game released in 1998 centering on the F-22 Raptor fighter aircraft. The game was published by Infogrames Entertainment and then later by Atari and was developed by Digital Image Design. The notable features in the game include the ability for the player to dynamically alter their flight campaigns and the realistic physics engine. The storyline in the game revolves around a war campaign over the Red Sea between two ambiguous fighting forces which both feature modern air-combat sorties that...

Final Assault

Final Assault

Atari ST - Released - 1987

Final Assault is a mountain climbing action/simulation game. The object of the game is to climb to the peak of a mountain via several different trails of varying difficulty. Progress is made in a fashion similar to that used in Epyx 'games' series, with alternating joystick movements. To help out, you carry a backpack which you may stock with assorted items. Since there is a weight limit, you must choose which items you most likely will need for a given trail. For example, an exceptionally long trail may require camping gear and some additional food, where as a short trail will allow for some...

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