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7 Colors

7 Colors

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

The color chosen is locked for the opponent for one turn; drawing lines from one border of the field to another fills all the space in between. In addition, boards come in various diamond sizes, color textures and with obstacle stones. A (generous) time limit exerts soft pressure. 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...

Action Man: Arctic Adventure

Action Man: Arctic Adventure

Windows - March 8, 2002

Action Man once again tries to foil Dr. X from conquering the world in this game based on the animated TV series. The polar ice caps are going to be melted with the help of Tempest, another archenemy who can control the weather. There are nine action-filled missions, with some educational content as well, through ice storms, frozen wastelands and murky underwater locations. These include Drop Zone Helicopter, Thermal Threat Spying, Robot Penguin, Cave Chaos, Polar Bike, Jetpack Jigsaw, Scuba Skills, Supersonic Sub-Traction, and Terror Tunnel Trail missions. Gadgets and vehicles from the...

Action Man: Destruction X

Windows - Released - July 6, 2001

The master criminal Dr. X is planning to steal scientific secrets in order to control the world. This is of course when Action Man steps in to thwart his plans. Action Man: Destruction X takes place over three different cities throughout the world for a total of 36 different missions. Missions include things such as infiltrating Dr. X's hidden jungle lab and taking out prehistoric monstrosities or driving in a King of the Streets race. Gameplay varies greatly such as the game having a behind view boomerang shooting portion and a bird's eye view racing section. Action Man gets to drive...

Advantage Tennis

Advantage Tennis

Commodore Amiga - 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.

Alcatraz

Alcatraz

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1992

A drug baron took over Alcatraz prison and now the player takes the role of an U.S. Navy Seal to break in and neutralize him. He has two hours to complete his objectives in three buildings and needs to survive two different playing styles: side-scrolling fighting on the streets and first-person shooting inside. Outside, the goal is to reach the building in which the objectives have to be completed. Of course the baron's thugs are not too pleased and try to kill the hero - so he has to shoot back with a many different weapons, e.g. flamethrowers, machine guns, bombs, and other destructive or...

Alcatraz

Alcatraz

Atari ST - Released - 1992

A drug baron took over Alcatraz prison and now the player takes the role of an U.S. Navy Seal to break in and neutralize him. He has two hours to complete his objectives in three buildings and needs to survive two different playing styles: side-scrolling fighting on the streets and first-person shooting inside. Outside, the goal is to reach the building in which the objectives have to be completed. Of course the baron's thugs are not too pleased and try to kill the hero - so he has to shoot back with a many different weapons, e.g. flamethrowers, machine guns, bombs, and other destructive or...

Alpha Waves

Alpha Waves

Atari ST - Released

Alpha Waves is a 3D game viewed from third-person perspective. The player pilots a "Mobile", a craft which bounces off of the platforms that fill the rooms. The player can rotate the craft left and right, thrust it forward, and move the camera up and down for optimal viewing. The game contains 256 rooms, which the player explores while in search of 16 crystals and 16 cubes. The Mobile bounces from platform to platform, making its way around the room to the doors that lead into other rooms. On the way, the player encounters many other creatures and vehicles, as well as surprises, such as rooms...

Astérix

Astérix

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1993

OBELIX has disappeared... The peace and quiet of the small village of indomitable Gauls is broken by a disturbing piece of news: Obelix has failed to return from his wild boar hunt. The village council convenes and Asterix decides to set off to find his friend. Leave with him and travel throughout Gaul, across the Roman Empire, taking your search as far afield as the Egyptian Pyramids... And as you battle with the Roman armies and avoid the traps set by Caesar's spies, perhaps you will find Obelix. Magic potion, Romans, fights, punches, catapults, wild boar, not forgetting that...

Astérix: Search for Dogmatix

Astérix: Search for Dogmatix

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - 2000

Asterix and Obelix (based on the French comic book series), must embark on a journey from the forests of France to the coliseums of Rome. Their goal is to find Obelix's lovable pet dog, Dogmatix. Players take control of Asterix or Obelix, and run, jump and punch through various well-drawn and colorful levels in this side-scrolling adventure game. This title is somewhat non-linear, and allows players to choose the order in which to visit stages, as well as the numerous mini-games. The stage-select screen is a mini-map, and after selecting to play either Asterix or Obelix, players can visit...

Billiards II Simulator

Billiards II Simulator

Commodore Amiga - 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...

BoBo

BoBo

Commodore Amiga - Released - October 1, 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...

Bubble +

Bubble +

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

You control a ghost with the mouse and have to help him get a bubble from one side of the level to the other without bursting it. The ghost can be rotated with the mouse buttons and you blow the bubble by pressing space. You have to avoid sharp objects such as needles and obstacles such as candles. Fans blow the bubble off course.

Bubble Ghost

Bubble Ghost

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1987

This French charmer first appeared on the Amiga, and it's a game in which you play the part of a ghost trying to guide his soul (represented by a bubble) through the rooms of a castle. But how do you move a bubble without bursting it? Simple - you blow. Anyone who thinks that computer games are lacking in imagination or originality at the moment would be forced to change their mind after playing Bubble Ghost. The concept of a ghost blowing his soul around a castle full of spiked objects is just so-o-o-o weird! Having said that, I have to stress that it's great fun to play, each screen...

Bubble+

Bubble+

Atari ST - Released - 1990

You control a ghost with the mouse and have to help him get a bubble from one side of the level to the other without bursting it. The ghost can be rotated with the mouse buttons and you blow the bubble by pressing space. You have to avoid sharp objects such as needles and obstacles such as candles. Fans blow the bubble off course.

Chess Simulator

Chess Simulator

Commodore Amiga - Released - 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 Amiga - 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...

Continuum

Continuum

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

Alpha Waves is a 3D game viewed from third-person perspective. The player pilots a "Mobile", a craft which bounces off of the platforms that fill the rooms. The player can rotate the craft left and right, thrust it forward, and move the camera up and down for optimal viewing. The game contains 256 rooms, which the player explores while in search of 16 crystals and 16 cubes. The Mobile bounces from platform to platform, making its way around the room to the doors that lead into other rooms. On the way, the player encounters many other creatures and vehicles, as well as surprises, such as rooms...

Dames Simulator

Dames Simulator

Commodore Amiga - 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.

Dames Simulator

Amstrad CPC - 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.

Dames Simulator

Dames Simulator

MS-DOS - 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.

Drakkhen

Drakkhen

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

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...

Eagle's Rider

Eagle's Rider

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

You are Steve Jordan, pilot of the spacejet Eagle. Cyborgs conquered the universe, but this event did not make you happy. And you decided to restore the freedom of the lifeforms discovering and destroying the mother planet of the Cyborgs. Riding the Eagle, you cruise the entire space full of asteroids, energy cells, and enemy Cyborgs' spaceships. On each stage you have to avoid the asteroids, collect energy cells, shoot the spaceships attacking you, and contact space stations (Alcor, Torius, Casiope, etc.). Finishing the stages you interrogate with space station's inhabitants to take an...

Final Assault

Final Assault

Commodore Amiga - 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...

Full Metal Planet

Full Metal Planet

Atari ST - Released - 1990

Full Metal Planete is a tie-in of a board game of the same name. Up to four players land on a planet with their motherships, trying to gather as much ore as possible within 24 game rounds. This almost sounds like a happy, idyllic round of pick-the-flowers, if it weren't for the truckload of tanks and destroyers that each players happens to have in the cargo area of his mothership. So the players usually spend an equal amount of time picking up ore and bashing their contenders' heads in.

Full Metal Planete

Full Metal Planete

Commodore Amiga - Released - December 1, 1989

Full Metal Planète is a tie-in of a board game of the same name. Up to four players land on a planet with their motherships, trying to gather as much ore as possible within 24 game rounds. This almost sounds like a happy, idyllic round of pick-the-flowers, if it weren't for the truckload of tanks and destroyers that each players happens to have in the cargo area of his mothership. So the players usually spend an equal amount of time picking up ore and bashing their contenders' heads in. The computer game is an accurate conversion of the board game; virtually every feature is present....

Genghis Khan

Genghis Khan

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

Genghis Khan is really two games in one. In the solitaire Mode, 'Mongol Conquest' you can become Temujin, the Bordighin tribesman who is destined to unite the Mongols as Genghis Khan. The game then switches to the 'World Conquest' mode which can be played by up to four players. Other notable characters include Richard I (England), Alexious III (Byzantine Empire) and Minamoto Yoritomo (Japan). The two Game Modes show a map divided up into areas/countries which you will need to take. You can make treaties, send spies into countries, attempt assassinations, 'rendezvous' with princesses in an...

Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Melee

Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Melee

Nintendo GameCube - Released - October 6, 2002

Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Melee is a fighting game developed and published by Pipeworks Software, Inc. for the Nintendo GameCube in 2002. The game was later released for Game Boy Advance as Godzilla: Domination!. A version for the Xbox with additional content was released in 2003. A PlayStation 2 version was planned, but later cancelled.

Hare Raising Havoc

Hare Raising Havoc

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1992

You need to help Roger Rabbit get out of each room he is stuck in so he can capture Baby Herman before Mommy returns home. You will want to try using everything around Roger. Make him pull, push, kick, slide, and jump on objects to see if they'll help him escape. A timer appears on the screen to show how much time Roger has left.

Hostage: Rescue Mission

Hostage: Rescue Mission

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988

Terrorists have overrun an embassy and hold the people inside as hostages. You control six counter-terrorists whose mission is to eliminate the terrorists. In the first part of the game, you have to bring three men into position so they can snipe the building. The second part involves entering the building with the other three men to kill the terrorists and rescue the hostages. Depending on how well you positioned your snipers, you can use them to assist you on that mission.

Hostages

Hostages

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1990

Terrorists have overrun an embassy and hold the people inside as hostages. You control six counter-terrorists whose mission is to eliminate the terrorists. In the first part of the game, you have to bring three men into position so they can snipe the building. The second part involves entering the building with the other three men to kill the terrorists and rescue the hostages. Depending on how well you positioned your snipers, you can use them to assist you on that mission.

Hostages

Hostages

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1990

Terrorists have overrun an embassy and hold the people inside as hostages. You control six counter-terrorists whose mission is to eliminate the terrorists. In the first part of the game, you have to bring three men into position so they can snipe the building. The second part involves entering the building with the other three men to kill the terrorists and rescue the hostages. Depending on how well you positioned your snipers, you can use them to assist you on that mission.

Jumpin' Jackson

Jumpin' Jackson

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

Jumpin' Jackson is a top-down puzzle game. Jackson hops around a game board, picking up records (anyone remember vinyl?) and putting them down on record players. Each record carries one instrument's part of a tune, and as the records are put down, the tune builds up. Once all the records are spinning, the tune and level are completed. Blocking your way are a variety of violent musical instruments - violins, trumpets, bass drums.

Jumping Jack'Son

Jumping Jack'Son

Atari ST - Released - 1990

Jumping Jack'Son is a top-down puzzle game. Jackson hops around a game board, picking up records (anyone remember vinyl?) and putting them down on record players. Each record carries one instrument's part of a tune, and as the records are put down, the tune builds up. Once all the records are spinning, the tune and level are completed. Blocking your way are a variety of violent musical instruments - violins, trumpets, bass drums.

The Light Corridor

The Light Corridor

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

The aim of the game is to guide a ball through 50 levels of walls, barriers and general obstacles. You control a bat, which must 'serve' the ball into play, and then follow it through the level, deflecting it before it falls behind you, as this costs you one of your 4 lives. Initially the obstacles are all static, but moving barriers add timing, reactions and luck to proceedings. There are also several bonus objects, which are collected by passing through them. These include an L for an extra ball and dual rectangles to give you a second bat which moves around at random. The game also...

Murder on the Atlantic

Murder on the Atlantic

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

Murder on the Atlantic takes place on the Bourgogne, a big French ocean liner, in 1938. On board: various rich people along with spies which want to snare the new computer technology for their own needs. The player takes the role of an detective who has to solve two mysterious murder which took place on the Bourgogne. The game is completely menu driven. The player chooses which part of the ship he wants to go next. Here he can examine the room or interrogate one of the 40 suspects. The player does not directly interact with the suspects, he only gets to read their statement. During the...

Murders in Space

Murders in Space

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

Murders in Space is the sequel to Murders in Venice, an adventure game that is played in a first person perspective. Now, we have Murders in Space, a 3rd-person perspective mystery that has you trying to solve a crime in deep space. You do this by asking questions and being in the right place at the right time.

Murders in Venice

Murders in Venice

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

Terrorists plotting against the city of Venice have set a five-hour deadline - as a private detective, it is your job to stop them in that time frame. Motion in this mouse-controlled adventure is achieved by clicking on directional arrows, but pay attention to everything you see. You carry an organiser with which you take notes, make illustrations and store information. Your camera can be used to photograph suspicious clues and persons so you can show them to other suspects as evidence later. The game plays out in real time so timing and patience are everything, as there are points...

Mystical

Mystical

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

Acquiring the title of Supreme Magician, you should travel from the Marsh of Eternal Stench to the Garden of Eden, facing danger and humour, and trying to survive the deluge of monsters, thoroughly determined to stop you! In this vertical scrolling action you should avoid the contact with enemies and their attacks, or eliminate them. You may move on the screen in four directions, collect the items, drink potions and read the scrolls to acquire the certain magical powers. The powers such as firebolts or genie assistant varies as well as your enemies such as monks, doctors, and walking trees,...

North & South

North & South

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

Taking an extremely simplified board interface, the game features a strategic map of the USA separated into states and territories, where army units are moved around. In each state which "owns" a railway station, there is a fort, the capture of which leads to the player overtaking the whole state. Otherwise, capturing a state involves simple movement, unless there is another army "on" the state. Armies can be reinforced in two ways. By turning on an option at the main menu the player controlling the state of North Carolina will get periodic reinforcements by ship. Also, railways generate money...

North & South

North & South

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1990

Based on the Belgian comic book, "Les Tuniques Bleues", this strategy game allows you to replay the American Civil War from both the North and the South sides. In the strategy part of the game, you can move your troops on a map of the US. If two opposing armies enter the same state, the battle is played out in an action sequence. Additional action sequences must be accomplished when capturing an enemy fort or train.

Operation Neptune

Operation Neptune

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

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.

Passengers on the Wind 2

Passengers on the Wind 2

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

Passengers on the Wind II allows players to decide the fate of the heroes and direct all of them so that they reach their aim. Players will discover many locations, directions, and events; and will live different stories according to the directions that he makes the characters take. Everything is controlled using either the keyboard or the joystick. Players are both the director and the heroes. The screen is divided into three main elements: a graphical section where the action takes place; a section showing the character players are directing; and the section containing text, from which...

Planet Soccer

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

This football game features practically every international team available with its corresponding players (circa 1994) and with gameplay modes that include 1 and 2 player exhibition matches and the full World Cup. The distinguishing feature of the game is its use of a different perspective which puts you behind and above the players as in 3rd person 3D games, but in a fixed position where the camera just slides up and down the court to follow the players. Graphics are 2D VGA sprites

Pong: The Next Level

Pong: The Next Level

Sony Playstation - Released - October 19, 1999

The classic videogame PONG is getting a 32-bit update. Players control a long, flat rectangular rod and maneuver it up and down the screen to defend their goal. The opponent is trying to direct the ball past you and into your goal the player who reaches the level's preset point total first wins the match. There are six zones filled with all kinds of PONG challenges, each with three distinct and increasingly difficult variations on that level. Most one-on-one games also include power-ups that you can collect, which will benefit you in some fashion against your opponent.

Project Neptune

Project Neptune

Atari ST - Released - 1989

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.

Purple Saturn Day

Purple Saturn Day

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1989

Every 4 galactic-years, alien athletes from every inhabited planet in the galaxy gather to compete in the Purple Saturn Day games. Four interplanetary events await the player: Pilot a ship through time and space, race around the rings of Saturn, solve a fast-moving electronic puzzle and navigate a futuristic obstacle course. Although not an official entry in the series, this game is in the same vein as Epyx's popular Games "series" titles.

The Quest for the Time-Bird

The Quest for the Time-Bird

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

Based on the graphic novel of the same name, this computer game Quest for the Time-Bird is a marvellous saga whose principal ingredients are action, danger, suspense, fantasy and magic. You have nine days to complete your quest by exploring this vast unknown world of wizards and spells with Roxanna, daughter of Mara the witch and Bragon, a retired knight who once again goes back into life of danger, all for the great Quest of the Time-Bird!

The Quest for the Time-Bird

The Quest for the Time-Bird

MS-DOS - Released - 1989

Based on the graphic novel of the same name, this computer game Quest for the Time-Bird is a marvellous saga whose principal ingredients are action, danger, suspense, fantasy and magic. You have nine days to complete your quest by exploring this vast unknown world of wizards and spells with Roxanna, daughter of Mara the witch and Bragon, a retired knight who once again goes back into life of danger, all for the great Quest of the Time-Bird!

Safari Guns

Safari Guns

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

You are on safari to make a photo report to save the local animal world from extinction. How the game works is simple. Animals will move into the screen and, after some time, leave the screen. Meanwhile you must photograph them. Besides the animals, there also poachers, which have to be shot with your real weapon. Kill them fast, or they will kill you. If you kill an animal, then you get some penalty points. The game itself offers different locations, from the desert to the jungle and a variety of different animals, like zebras, elephants, and others.

Safari Guns

Safari Guns

MS-DOS - Released - 1989

You are on safari to make a photo report to save the local animal world from extinction. How the game works is simple. Animals will move into the screen and, after some time, leave the screen. Meanwhile you must photograph them. Besides the animals, there also poachers, which have to be shot with your real weapon. Kill them fast, or they will kill you. If you kill an animal, then you get some penalty points. The game itself offers different locations, from the desert to the jungle and a variety of different animals, like zebras, elephants, and others.

SimCity De Luxe

SimCity De Luxe

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1993

This package is a combination of SimCity, SimCity: Terrain Editor and SimCity Architecture 1: Future Cities.

SimCity Graphics Set 1: Ancient Cities

SimCity Graphics Set 1: Ancient Cities

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1992

This add-on for the original release of SimCity adds three different alternate looks to the game: Ancient Asia, Medieval Times and Wild West. Gameplay is unchanged by installation of the Graphics Set, but all in-game graphics and text are replaced. Buildings all look different, and the various events and disasters are reinterpreted and given a different flavor.

SimCity Graphics Set 2: Future Cities

SimCity Graphics Set 2: Future Cities

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1992

This add-on for the original release of SimCity adds three different alternate looks to the game: Future U.S.A., Future Europe and Moon Colony. Gameplay is unchanged by installation of the Graphics Set, but all in-game graphics and text are replaced. Buildings all look different, and the various events and disasters are reinterpreted and given a different flavor.

Slam Tennis

Slam Tennis

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - July 2, 2002

Two different extremes of tennis are combined here. The four Grand Slam venues are among the 11 featured, but so are a mansion and a dance hall. These surfaces all affect ball speed and bounce. A few real players such as Carlos Moya and Tim Henman are included, but most are created for the game - a lifeguard and a mayor are included, with abilities based on their real-life work. As well as playing individual Exhibition matches, you can take on an Arcade challenge of defeating the 16 players or take on the full Slam Tennis Championship event. Forehand, backhand and lob shots are all...

The Smurfs' Nightmare

The Smurfs' Nightmare

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - 1999

The Smurfs' Nightmare is the third installment of the Smurfs series about little blue dwarfs and their arch-nemesis, evil wizard Gargamel. This time evil Gargamel casts an evil spell on the Smurf village. All the sleeping Smurfs are trapped inside horrible nightmares. And you, brave Smurf, should go into their houses and rescue them. To enter the house you should have a key for it. Each house represents a different environment as well as different monsters and goals. The gameplay is flown in 3rd-person side-scrolling view, where you should move, jump on the opponents to eliminate them,...

Stir Crazy featuring BoBo

Stir Crazy featuring BoBo

Commodore 64 - Released - 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...

Stir Crazy featuring BoBo

Stir Crazy featuring BoBo

MS-DOS - Released - 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...

Stir Crazy Featuring Bobo

Stir Crazy Featuring Bobo

Atari ST - Released - 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...

Supercross Freestyle

Supercross Freestyle

Nintendo Game Boy Color - January 1, 2000

Supercross Freestyle is a dirt bike racing game. The game features three game modes: Freestyle, Supercross and Arcade. Freestyle is all about making impressive jumps and tricks with your bike. Supercross and Arcade are racing modes, where Arcade has different courses and power-ups that can change the odds. The game features 24 different tracks and 16 different tricks.

Teenage Queen

Teenage Queen

MS-DOS - Released - 1988

In this interactive poker game you meet in a park the beautiful female roller-skater, who is very interested in strip playing. During the game you come to night club, where the female shows her real body...

Tetris: The Soviet Challenge

Tetris: The Soviet Challenge

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988

Hey! Tetris! One of the best games in the world - the only problem being that the original Mirrorsoft version was completely and utterly useless, saved only by the unspoilable basic Tetris gameplay. Now it’s been done again by Infogrames - a perfect chance to put al the wrongs right and use the power of the machine to produce what could be, quite literally, one of the best games there’s ever been. It’s one of the simplest games invented - surely just the laws of probability forbid it being buggered-up twice? Don’t they? You know what’s coming, don’t you? It defies belief, it really does, but...

Tintin in Tibet

Tintin in Tibet

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - January 1, 1995

Re-live the adventures of Tintin on the search for his friend Chang. What happened to Chang after the crash of the DC3 on the way to Kotmondu? Set off with Tintin to Tibet where all along your exciting journey you'll find vital items to aid your progress and interrogate the locals for helpful advice. You'll face many a danger as you examine the aeroplane wreck, climb on steep rock walls and meet the legendary Yeti.

Tintin in Tibet

Tintin in Tibet

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

A platform game starring Tintin. Tintin in Tibet follows on the heel of Infogrames Asterix & Obelix, with the same gameplay. Although the game will prove easy for the expert gamer, there are many levels to pass, each of which features new locations, enemies, and obstacles that serve to advance the storyline.

Tintin on the Moon

Tintin on the Moon

MS-DOS - Released - 1989

Hergé's famous cartoon character is brought to life in this multi-stage action game, specifically based around the episode of the same name. In many details the story was similar to the real moon landings, then many years off. A more accurate title for the game would be 'Tintin Gets to the Moon', as reaching it is your challenge. The game is split into two distinct types of sections; the first of these involves guiding the rocket through space. Steer it to avoid contact with asteroids, and to collect eight red spheres. Yellow spheres boost energy, and so should be collected. This is...

Tintin on the Moon

Tintin on the Moon

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

A more accurate title for the game would be 'Tintin Gets to the Moon', as reaching it is your challenge. The game is split into two distinct types of sections; the first of these involves guiding the rocket through space. Steer it to avoid contact with asteroids, and to collect eight red spheres. Yellow spheres boost energy, and so should be collected. This is followed by a platform-based battle, as the evil Captain Jurgen has tied up several crew members, planted time bombs, and started several fires. Use your extinguisher on Jurgen and the fires, and touch the bombs and crew members to...

Tintin on the Moon

Tintin on the Moon

Atari ST - Released - 1989

Hergé's famous cartoon character is brought to life in this multi-stage action game, specifically based around the episode of the same name. In many details the story was similar to the real moon landings, then many years off. A more accurate title for the game would be 'Tintin Gets to the Moon', as reaching it is your challenge. The game is split into two distinct types of sections; the first of these involves guiding the rocket through space. Steer it to avoid contact with asteroids, and to collect eight red spheres. Yellow spheres boost energy, and so should be collected. This is...

The Ultimate Pinball Quest

The Ultimate Pinball Quest

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The Ultimate Pinball Quest boasts of "the largest pinball table ever created", and can back it up with the 99-level table "Wasteland", along with two others of smaller size. While the level of quality may be higher in more traditional pinball games, the sheer size of the tables is quite impressive. The game features three modes. Adventure, in which the three tables are connected; arcade, which is the traditional style allowing you to select any of the three tables; and bonus, allowing you to play the six bonus stages. While the Arcade and Bonus modes require no explanation, the adventure...

VooDoo Kid

VooDoo Kid

Windows 3.X - Released - 1997

This is a horror adventure game for young gamers (ages 8-15 or so) in which players can choose to play as either a boy or girl, though the game is still the same either way. When the game starts, the protagonist is reading a boring story about Baron Saturday, an evil voodoo spirit captain that's turned his entire crew into mindless zombies and is taking them to the Island of Lost Souls. The protagonist falls asleep and is transported onto Saturday's ship, where (s)he meets the Captain's butler who needs their help. He asks the protagonist to save all the other lost souls, spirits, and...

Wanted

Wanted

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988

Wanted is a vertically scrolling shooter with a Western theme, similar to Gunsmoke. The player takes the role of a bounty hunter who has to bring four desperadoes to justice. They can be tackled in any order and if all are defeated, a fifth level emerges. The gameplay offers no surprises: shooting masses of enemies until reaching the end of the level. The player can shoot barrels to receive extras, e.g. boots for extra speed or a rifle for a better range. Dynamite destroys every enemy on the screen.

Welltris

Welltris

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

Welltris, which is the first Tetris sequel, is originally designed by Alexey Pajitnov (the creator of Tetris) with Andrei Sgenov. It has the same gameplay concept as Tetris; simply all the player has to do is to rotate and maneuver the falling pieces into a proper position in order to form complete layers in the rectangular playground. But Welltris changes this rectangular arena into a four sided well with grid-like walls and bottom where the falling pieces can be moved from wall to wall within the well. Form the pieces into solid rows either horizontally or vertically on the bottom of the...

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