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5 In One Fun Pak

5 In One Fun Pak

Sega Game Gear - Released - 1994

5 in One Fun Pak features four board games and one dice game. The featured games are Chess, Checkers, Backgammon, Reversi and Yacht (using Yahtzee's rules). You can select to play one player against the computer or two players. You can select you skill levels for most games from 1 (easiest) to 3 (hardest), although the Chess game has skills of 1 to 6 and Yacht has no skill selection.

Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Blood & Magic

Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Blood & Magic

MS-DOS - Released - November 25, 1996

Blood & Magic is a real-time strategy game focused on unit management rather than base construction. It uses the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons license (and thus has AD&D type units) and takes place in the Forgotten Realms AD&D setting. There are five separate storyline scenarios of increasing difficulty with three missions per scenario, playable from the side of both factions each, for a total of 30 missions in the game. The game is tile-based with a 2D top-down perspective. The player starts out with the ability to create Basal Golems, around which the game revolves since they generate your...

Alone in the Dark

Alone in the Dark

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

Description Jeremy Hartwood has committed suicide in his Louisiana mansion, Derceto. You take the role of either Edward Carnby, a private investigator, or Emily Hartwood, Jeremy's niece, and investigate the suspicious death. The three-floor mansion is reputed to be haunted by its eccentric past owner. Very quickly, you realise that it is. Warped rats, zombies and giant worms are among the foes who are after you, and you must somehow escape. Alone in the Dark is an action-adventure survival horror game. The action is displayed from a number of fixed viewpoints. The backgrounds are 2D...

Alone in the Dark

Alone in the Dark

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - August 3, 1994

Alone in the Dark is an action-adventure survival horror game. The action is displayed from a number of fixed viewpoints. The backgrounds are 2D painted images, while the player character, all items and monsters are rendered as 3D models. To escape the mansion, you'll have to solve a number of puzzles. They usually involve finding an item and using it in a proper place. Apart from items necessary for the puzzles, you can also find books and documents that can be read, healing items which can be consumed to restore hit points, and weapons.

Alone in the Dark 2

Alone in the Dark 2

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - September 8, 1995

Alone in the Dark 2 is an action-adventure game, similar to the original Alone in the Dark. Like its predecessor, the game uses hybrid 2D-3D graphics. Completing the game requires you to solve a lot of puzzles while fighting zombie pirates along the way. Some enemies can be killed with the numerous weapons at your disposal, while others need to be defeated via trickery.

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

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

Windows - September 25, 1995

It is Christmas of 1925, three months after Alone in the Dark. "Supernatural Private Eye" Edward Carnby and his partner Ted Stryker are investigating the kidnapping of young Grace Saunders. The trail of clues leads to an old mansion named "Hell's Kitchen" - the home of an infamous gangster boss and his gang. Edward decides to pick up the trail when he learns of Ted's disappearance in the mansion. Unfortunately, Edward soon finds out that Ted has been murdered. The original game's horror theme has been significantly de-emphasized in the sequel. While there are some supernatural goings-on...

Another World

Another World

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - April 28, 2005

Young scientist Lester Chaykin never in his wildest dreams imagined that it could happen... but it did! While experimenting with sub-atomic particles, his laboratory was struck by lightning - teleporting him into another dimension. A strange world nothing like Earth, where he must call upon all of his intelligence, training and resources to survive.

Atomic Bomberman

Atomic Bomberman

Windows - Released - July 31, 1997

Think you're smarter than the collective intelligence of 9 other bombers throwing bombs faster than your mind can comprehend? Try your hand at this fast paced classic from the 90's with up to 10 players filled with mayhem and blown up body parts. Bombs Away!

Baldur's Gate II: Throne of Bhaal

Baldur's Gate II: Throne of Bhaal

Windows - June 22, 2001

Baldur's Gate II: Throne of Bhaal is an add-on to Shadows of Amn and requires it for playing. Despite being an expansion pack, the game directly continues the story from Shadows of Amn, and is the final chapter of the Baldur's Gate saga, following the adventures of the main character through the Forgotten Realms universe. The hero(ine) encounters new characters, new lands, new items, equipment, quests, and monsters, up to the ultimate battle that concludes the overarching story.

Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance

Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance

Nintendo GameCube - November 18, 2002

Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance casts the player as one of three basic characters: an elf sorceress, a human archer, or a dwarf fighter. From humble beginnings slaying rats in the cellars of an inn, the adventurer will move on to exploring caves, crypts, and mountain passes. Naturally, it's all filled to the brim with horrible monsters, wicked traps, treasures, and fabled magical weapons. As the game progresses the player is constantly rewarded with new weaponry, new monsters to fight, and experience points to put into the adventurer's character stats to grow even more powerful. The adventurer...

Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance

Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance

Microsoft Xbox - October 22, 2002

Baldur’s Gate™: Dark Alliance™ is a revolutionary action adventure with an epic tale of intrigue, fierce alliances, explosive spell effects and highly detailed creatures and environments. Baldur’s Gate™: Dark Alliance™ is a benchmark of technology and gameplay.

Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II

Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II

Sony Playstation 2 - January 20, 2004

The threat of the Onyx Tower has passed for now, but mere moments pass before a new threat to the Sword Coast arises. The heroes of the Onyx Tower have disappeared, so the fate of Baldur's Gate now rests on the shoulders of five wandering adventurers who are only now journeying into the region. Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II can be played solo or cooperatively with one other player, each choosing from 5 playable characters. The gameplay is the same as its previous incarnation: kill monsters and bad guys to collect treasure, items, and experience. By talking to townspeople in Baldur's Gate...

Baldur's Gate: Tales of the Sword Coast

Baldur's Gate: Tales of the Sword Coast

Windows - May 11, 1999

Tales of the Sword Coast is an expansion pack for Baldur's Gate, featuring new areas, monsters, items, and a more challenging final confrontation. It attaches seamlessly to the Baldur's Gate world, allowing you to visit the new areas even if you haven't finished the entire game yet. Baldur's Gate is a top-down game based on the Advanced Dungeons and Dragons role playing game. It allows you to choose from many races and classes to adventure in a fantasy world based on the Forgotten Realms campaign, and has won numerous game awards.

Battle Chess

Battle Chess

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - January 1, 1993

Battle Chess is a quite typical chess game, but it comes with a twist: all pieces are represented by small, realistic figures that walk around on the chessboard, and when one piece takes another, they both take part in an animated battle. There is a different animation for each permutation, depending on which pieces are capturing or being captured. You can also play in 2D without animation. The game's opening library includes 30,000 different moves, ensuring a variety of games will unfold across the 10 skill levels. Multi-player support can be extended to modem and/or serial port play.

Battle Chess

Battle Chess

Apple IIGS - 1989

Battle Chess

Battle Chess

Commodore Amiga CD32 - 1994

Battle Chess is a quite typical chess game, but it comes with a twist: all pieces are represented by small, realistic figures that walk around on the chessboard, and when one piece takes another, they both take part in an animated battle. There is a different animation for each permutation, depending on which pieces are capturing or being captured. You can also play in 2D without animation. The game's opening library includes 30,000 different moves, ensuring a variety of games will unfold across the 10 skill levels. Multi-player support can be extended to modem and/or serial port play.

Battle Chess 4000

Battle Chess 4000

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

The Battle Chess series took the basic game of chess and added animations for each battle between pieces, bringing the game to a wider audience, with no intention of providing something for Kasparov to spar with. This edition follows the same premise, but with a futuristic science-fiction feel. Pieces are animated from clay models, with a new range of animations. The game can be played in 2D mode as an alternative. The game's artificial intelligence learns your strategies and game plan as it plays with you, and there are over 30,000 distinct moves in the library of openings.

Battle Chess II: Chinese Chess

Battle Chess II: Chinese Chess

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

A sequel to the original Battle Chess, this game takes on a more Chinese approach, both in the rules of the game and in the presentation. Using a Chinese variation of the game of Chess, pieces like the Queen and Bishop are replaced by Counsellors, Ministers, and Cannon. Pieces behave differently than their European counterparts and even the board is set up differently. Two things remain the same: the ultimate goal of checkmating the opposing player's king and the Battlechess style animated battles that occur when two pieces contend for the same spot on the board.

Black Dahlia

Black Dahlia

Windows - February 28, 1998

Agent Pearson is the newest member of the COI, and is somewhat dejected to find the job not as glamorous as he was initially told. After being given a case where a local munitions manufacturer was invited to join the Thule society, Pearson is puzzled by the apparent connections with Nazi occultism.

Blackthorne

Blackthorne

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - September 16, 1994

After years of awaiting his destiny on Earth, Kyle Blackthorne has finally come home to face the galaxy's most terrifying mutant monsters and goblin hordes. With brute strength, animal cunning and a lead-spewing shotgun he's on a quest to reclaim his once peaceful Planet Tuul. Surrounded by enemies and confronting danger at every turn, Blackthorne's commando training and survival skills are put to the ultimate death-defying test in this brutally savage land. So prepare to enter Blackthorne's world and blast your way through one of the most intense, challenging games ever.

Boogerman: A Pick and Flick Adventure

Boogerman: A Pick and Flick Adventure

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 1, 1995

He thinks he's a hero, but he's snot! He's mean. He's green. And he nose how to pick a fight! He's BOOGERMAN, as slick as he is deep, and he's on a pick 'n' flick adventure to save the world. He's stretched to the limit of blowing away the vile slimebags who are bent on sticking it to Planet Earth, any way, every way, and everywhere they can. You're his first pick to help him rescue the whole world before it's flushed down the toilet. Join the flick-or-be-flicked race to pull the plug on the Booger Meister and his gang of filthy stinkers who aren't afraid to fight dirty... because yours...

Boogerman: A Pick and Flick Adventure

Boogerman: A Pick and Flick Adventure

Sega Genesis - Released - January 1, 1994

You will have an adventure in an unknown world as a caped hero who slings his own boogers to vanquish his foes. The hero of the game is a booger-tossing, noisily burping, fart-spewing man named Snotty Ragsdale. While he lives his normal life as an eccentric millionaire, his natural "in-stinks" come in handy when he dons the mask of the smelly hero Boogerman.

C2 Judgment Clay: Clay Fighter 2

C2 Judgment Clay: Clay Fighter 2

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 1, 1995

Bad Mister Frosty is buffed up and faster than greased lightning. This surly snowman has mayhem on his mind... but there's some bunny new in town with a hare-trigger temper. You can bet the fur will fly as this wild hare unleashes a barrage of blistering rabbit punches on Bad Mister Frosty. Could there be a new top bunny in town, or will he get his cottontail kicked?

Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace

Sony Playstation - Released - November 30, 1997

CAESARS PALACE brings casino gambling at its finest to the PlayStation. Start out with $1,000 and try to turn it into a million playing Baccarat, Roulette, Craps, Blackjack, and slot machines. Just in case you don't know how to play a game, watch the official Caesars Palace Casino Tutorial. After watching the video, you'll want to hit the tables with lower bet limits; as your winnings increase, new tables with higher limits and minimums open up. Statistician and gambling guru, Dr. William Bertram, has verified the payoffs and odds, so the chances of winning big are the same as in the real...

Caesars Palace 2000

Caesars Palace 2000

Sony Playstation - Released - July 11, 2000

Now you can get all the action of Las Vegas without the smoky casinos in CAESARS PALACE 2000: Millennium Gold Edition. There are a variety of games to play including Blackjack, Mini-Baccarat, Paigow Poker, Spanish 21, Red Dog, Casino War, Roulette, Craps, Video Poker, Video Keno, Poker Challenge, and five different slot machines. All games are played according to the Vegas rules, giving you the most realistic experience you can get this side of Nevada. Things are so authentic in this virtual casino that the slot machines even have the faces of their real-world counterparts. There is also an...

Caesars Palace II

Caesars Palace II

Nintendo Game Boy Color - July 1, 1999

Welcome to Ceasars Palace II, the premiere gambling game where you're the next high roller in the glamerous casino enviroment of the world-famous Caesars Palace. If you're feeling lucky, then you've come to the right place. Test your gambling prowess with 19 games of chance including: Craps, Blackjack, Rouulett, Slotts, Video Poker, Mini-Baccarat, Keno and Poker Challenge.

Caesars Palace II

Caesars Palace II

Sony Playstation - Released - October 1, 1998

CAESAR'S PALACE II brings casino gambling at its finest to the PlayStation. Start out with $1,000 and try to turn it into a million playing Baccarat, Roulette, Craps, Blackjack, slot machines, Video Poker, and other games. Just in case you don't know how to play a game, Caesar's Palace Guide to Gaming will teach you the basic rules. After learning a new game, you'll want to hit the tables with lower bet limits; as your winnings increase, new tables with higher limits and minimums open up. Statistician and gambling guru, Dr. William Bertram, has verified the payoffs and odds, so the chances of...

Casino FunPak

Casino FunPak

Sega Game Gear - 1995

In Casino FunPak, you walk around in a casino, partaking in a multitude of games and competing in tournaments to earn as much money as you can. You can play Roulette, Video Poker, Slot Machines, Blackjack and Craps. The tournament mode contains a large tour of the five games.

Casper

Casper

Nintendo Game Boy Color - May 1, 2000

Follow the adventures of the friendliest ghost around with CASPER for the Game Boy Color. Based on the hit 1995 movie, the game follows the plot of the film closely. Casper is on a mission, and he must explore Whipstaff Manor for clues and solve puzzles as he avoids the ghostly trio of Stinky, Stretch, and Fatso who are looking to put a stop to Casper's adventure. The game is played from an isometric perspective, which shows the rooms and hallways of the mansion in high color and detail. You'll have to search the rooms of this huge estate carefully for items such as keys and puzzle pieces that...

Casper

Casper

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - January 1, 1996

Based on the Casper film, the game pits you in the role of the friendly ghost trying to make a friend and a second chance at life instead of scaring everyone away. The plot centers around the "spoiled, grasping inheritor of Whipstaff Manor" - Carrigan Crittenden. She's after the treasure she thinks is hidden in the walls. Casper will need the help of Dr James Harvey - therapist to the dead - if he has any hope of succeeding in his adventures. Casper will also have to deal with his uncles - Stretch, Stinkie and Fatso, who just love to scare "Fleshies" and thwart Casper's efforts. The...

Casper

Casper

Sega Saturn - Released - September 30, 1996

Hey! You're not afraid of a challenge, are you? Of course not! You laugh in the face of fear... all three of them. Use your ghostly skills to solve complex puzzles, find secret passageways, hidden clues, and locate the lost pieces of the dismantled Lazarus Machine. Based on the hit movie, including some of the same great 3D animation, hilarious gags and original character voices, CASPER is a challenging adventure for you, your family and your friends! Just remember to choose your friends carefully!

Castles

Castles

Atari ST - Released - 1991

Build a series of castles to gain dominion over all the land. You'll have to make decisions that will affect your favor with the Church, nobles, and peasants. Keep a strong military and a large workforce while watching the level of your treasury.

Castles II: Siege & Conquest

Castles II: Siege & Conquest

Commodore Amiga CD32 - 1993

Castles II expands on the original by changing the interface and adding video cutscenes on the CD-based versions. You choose to be one of five feuding lords vying for the Crown. Conquering, spying, sabotage, diplomacy, whatever it takes--as long as you keep the Pope and your people happy. You have to reach 7,000 points to petition the Pope for the throne, and then you have to maintain those points for 4-5 game months to win the game. However, your rivals will attack you as soon as the Pope declares his support, so be sure you have a strong military before applying for the Papal...

Castles II: Siege and Conquest

Castles II: Siege and Conquest

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

Castles II expands on the original by changing the interface and adding video cutscenes on the CD-based versions. You choose to be one of five feuding lords vying for the Crown. Conquering, spying, sabotage, diplomacy, whatever it takes--as long as you keep the Pope and your people happy. You have to reach 7,000 points to petition the Pope for the throne, and then you have to maintain those points for 4-5 game months to win the game. However, your rivals will attack you as soon as the Pope declares his support, so be sure you have a strong military before applying for the Papal...

Clay Fighter

Clay Fighter

Sega Genesis - Released - November 1, 1993

Sticks and stones might make him groan, but clay really ticks him off! Bad Mister Frosty is the name, and action is the game. Fists and feet will fly (and other parts) as Frosty and his friends smack it out in head-to-head fighting action.

Clay Fighter

Clay Fighter

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1993

Let's Kick Some Clay! Sticks and stones might make him groan, but clay will really tick him off! Bad Mister Frosty is the name and fun is the game when this Snowman-with-an-Attitude sets out to clean house. Fists and feet fly (as well as other parts) as Bad Mister Frosty and his Clay Fighter friends smack it out in head-to-head fighting action. This incredible 16-meg cartridge gives you multiple Larger-than-life characters to choose from. Bad Mister Frosty, Taffy, Bonker, Blob, Helga, Ickybod Clay, Tiny and Blue Suede Goo are the members of the mud-slinging mob who are determined to be top...

Clay Fighter 63 1/3

Clay Fighter 63 1/3

Nintendo 64 - Released - October 21, 1997

In this zany beat 'em up, clay animated fighters clash in a fight to the clay death. Characters such as Bad Mr. Frosty (a snowman gone terribly bad), Blob (a green pile of slime), Bonker the nightmare clown and a host more are available to choose from, each with a range of moves that no clay animated character has ever attempted before (such as throwing chickens, clay, and plenty of other objects, including themselves). Graphics are a combination of 2D clay animated characters and 3D designed foregrounds/backgrounds.

Clay Fighter: Sculptor's Cut

Clay Fighter: Sculptor's Cut

Nintendo 64 - Released - May 15, 1998

ClayFighter: Sculptor's Cut is an updated version of Clay Fighter 63 1/3, both from the Nintendo 64. The same story and characters from the previous game remained, though now it had some additional features such as new characters, though some things, like certain character moves, were removed. It also featured Lockjaw Pooch, who was thought to be deceased.

Clay Fighter: Tournament Edition

Clay Fighter: Tournament Edition

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 1, 1994

Clay never had it so good. This outrageous new Clay Fighter Tournament Edition lets you smack it out with up to eight friends at a time. So, let the clay fly. More punching power with three and four hit combos and faster game speed (twice as fast as the original!) More balanced game play increases your chance of survival. Set up single elimination, double elimination and sudden death tournaments with four or eight of your friends - or use the tournament format to match your skills against the computer. Keep track of your tournament with the Tournament Ladder - complete with winners and losers...

Claymates

Claymates

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 26, 1994

Clay animation will never be the same now that Professor Potty has bagged by the evil witch doctor Jobo. It's up to Professor Putty's son Clayton to set things right. With the help of Dad's super secret invention, young Clayton can transform into one of five different animals as he sets of to rescue. Grab the hidden pieces of clay and "poof" - you can change just in the nick of time. Tons of levels and power-ups take this 'round-the-world adventure straight to the 100! As an added bonus, Claymates features bonus games between levels. Climb a tree, dig your way through underground caverns, soar...

Crime Killer

Crime Killer

Sony Playstation - Released - July 1, 1998

In the 21st century, you are a Crime Killer with three heavily armed police vehicles and a license to kill. Patrol the streets at breakneck speed, and crime will become a distant blur. Because on your shift, noting outruns the long arm of the law.

Cruise for a Corpse

Cruise for a Corpse

ScummVM - October 1, 1991

Take Part in a High Seas Murder Mystery As Inspector Raoul Dusentier you have been invited on a dream cruise in the Mediterranean, but no sooner has the cruise begun when you are summoned to investigate a scandalous crime - the murder of your host. Question other characters in true Agatha Christie style. Eavesdrop on suspects to gain valuable information. Completely interactive in full 3-D vision. Featuring a Cinematique’ operating system. Designed to offer a user-friendly point 'n' click playing system.

Cyberbots: Full Metal Madness

Cyberbots: Full Metal Madness

Sega Saturn - April 20, 1995

Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness, released in Japan as simply Cyberbots (Japanese: サイバーボッツ?), is a fighting game developed and published by Capcom in 1995. It is a spin-off of the beat'em up game Armored Warriors. Cyberbots was ported to the Sega Saturn and the PlayStation. The game only saw limited distribution in arcades outside of Japan. With the exception of the untranslated PlayStation Network release, none of the console ports were released overseas. A sci-fi one-on-one fighting game in which several characters converge in the wastes of the far future and must fight each other for their...

Cyberia

Cyberia

Sony Playstation - Released - January 1, 1996

In a future where global terrorists rule and mankind lives on the brink of destruction, the ultimate doomsday device has just been discovered. Code-named Cyberia, it was designed in an era of long forgotten peace by the most brilliant minds in nano and cybernetic technology. In the year 2027, it stands as the instrument of humanity's destruction. -An epic experience over 2 years in the making -11 incredible action sequences more intense and realistic than anything ever seen -Character interaction and puzzle-solving in one of the most detailed and visually stunning gaming environments...

Cyberia

Cyberia

MS-DOS - Released - January 12, 1994

In the year 2027, the world is controlled by two rival superpowers, the western-bloc Free World Alliance and the east-bloc Cartel. Transmissions from an FWA spy reveal the location of a secret multi-national laboratory deep within Siberia, the Cyberia Complex, where a mysterious weapon is being developed. FWA leader Devlin frees a cyber-hacker named Zak from prison and sends him to infiltrate the complex and discover the true nature of the Cyberia weapon. Unfortunately, the Cartel is also interested in the weapon and will stop at nothing to get it. Not only must Zak make his way past the...

Cyberia

Cyberia

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - January 1, 1996

In the year 2027 the world is controlled by two rival super-powers, the western-bloc Free World Alliance and the east-bloc Cartel. Transmissions from an FWA spy reveal the location of a secret multi-national laboratory deep within Siberia, the "Cyberia Complex", where a mysterious weapon is being developed. FWA leader Devlin frees a cyber-hacker named Zak from prison and sends him to infiltrate the complex and discover the true nature of the Cyberia weapon.

Descent

Descent

Sony Playstation - Released - March 12, 1996

The game requires the player to navigate labyrinthine mines while fighting virus-infected robots. The player is given the clear objective to find and destroy each mine's reactor core and escape before the mine is destroyed by the meltdown. To obtain access to the reactor, the player must collect the blue, yellow, and red access keys for each location. As an optional objective, the player can also choose to rescue PTMC workers that were taken hostage by the infected robots.

Descent 3

Descent 3

Windows - May 18, 1999

Part 3 in the vehicular first-person shooter series. Descent 3 starts off right where the warp-core exploded in Descent II. You miraculously survived the incident, only to be left floating in space, unconscious, headed right towards a sun. A PTMC mining ship snatches you just in time, but not for free. At the price of saving your life, you now have to endure some of the same duties you had to do in the first two Descent adventures, but with a whole lot more going on. Eradicating enemy mining bots is one of your goals, but your mission also includes the investigation behind the virus causing...

Descent 3: Mercenary

Descent 3: Mercenary

Windows - December 10, 2000

An expansion pack to the popular first-person vehicular shooter, Descent 3 Mercenary builds upon the existing backdrop of the award-winning Descent 3 universe. Centered around the dark conspiracy revealed in Descent 3, Mercenary has you flying as the leader of the Black Pyros hired by Dravis to carry out his evil plans. The new seven-level, single-player minicampaign features highly scripted, detailed environments. Additionally, Mercenary sports five new multiplayer levels created by developer Outrage and a variety of the best single- and multiplayer fan-made levels. An included level editor...

Descent II: Vertigo Series

MS-DOS - DLC - 1996

An extras pack released after the success of Descent II, Vertigo Series adds 23 missions and, as a bonus, provides some of the music tracks from the original Descent II in Redbook Audio format (plays in a regular CD player). It also comes bundled with the Mission Builder II pack. The new missions have added effects not found in the original as well as creative map and enemy design.

Descent Maximum

Descent Maximum

Sony Playstation - Released - April 30, 1997

THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE... ...your last chance to experience the nauseating feeling of total rotation, speeding through the dark, twisting mines of Descent... your last chance to encounter the unique sensation on the system it was meant to be played on... your last chance to explore Descent worlds unavailable on any other system. It's time to get addicted to DESCENT MAXIMUM.

Descent to Undermountain

Descent to Undermountain

MS-DOS - Released - January 15, 1998

In the city of Waterdeep, people are inexplicably disappearing. In this game, you are asked to descend into Undermountain to determine where they went. You'll explore an underground labyrinth in this Forgotten Realms (AD&D) game built with the Descent engine. Your goal is to find the eight pieces of an amulet used to control the legendary Flame Sword of Lolth. With the power of this sword, an infinite army will be at your command, and Waterdeep will be saved.

Disruptor

Disruptor

Sony Playstation - Released - November 30, 1996

As a soldier in the world-renowned LightStormer Corps., your main objective is to clean up the universe...but it's getting pretty hairy out there! Mutated humans, space marines and aliens have decimated scientific research parties on Mars, threatened Earth and infiltrated various space stations -- the LightStormer Corps. aren't taking this situation lightly. The government has a top-secret plan: Psionic power. Implanted into your brain, these psychic powers significantly enhance your mental abilities; you can mentally heal yourself, drain energy, shock deadly organisms and blast a group of...

Earth 2140

Earth 2140

MS-DOS - Released - 1997

It's the year 2140, earth is almost completely destroyed after numerous wars and environmental catastrophes, and the people primarily live underground. The two enemy parties are the United Civilized States and the Eurasian Dynasty. In this RTS game, both are trying to conquer as much land as possible. Earth 2140's game concepts overlap with those of the Command & Conquer lineage - mine resources, build units, and send them into battle with an enemy which must be tracked down. The two sides have different units, with the UCS advantaged by its Mercs and robotic infantry. There are cinematic...

Earthworm Jim 3D

Earthworm Jim 3D

Windows - October 30, 1999

Earthworm Jim is hit by a flying cow that sends him into a coma. Jim awakens within his own mind and discovers he has gone insane. His past villains have entered his mind and if something doesn't happen soon, Jim will be in the coma forever. His super ego has been unleashed within his mind to stop the madness. To restore his sanity he must find the Golden Udders of lucidity. When Jim enters his mind, he finds out that his four mind chambers have been taken over by his worst fears. He must collect Golden Udders to unlock the other three chambers and Green Marbles to unlock the levels within the...

Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel

Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel

Microsoft Xbox - January 14, 2004

Brotherhood of Steel is an action game set in the Fallout universe. The Brotherhood members are well armed and carry full clips of ammo (which does run out). New weapons of various nature can be found and equipped to bring new tactics. Shooting down enemies earns experience points and these points are used to improve the attributes of various individual skills. Additionally, your character will have to content with finding keys and other objects, protecting NPCs and jumping over bottomless pits.

Frankenstein: Through the Eyes of the Monster

Frankenstein: Through the Eyes of the Monster

Sega Saturn - January 1, 1995

This interactive movie puts a new twist on the Frankenstein tale: you are the monster! You have been falsely accused of murder and executed. However, the scientist Dr. Frankenstein (played by Tim Curry) has found a way to bring you back to life. You wake up in his laboratory, and your goal is to find out what exactly happened to you and what role Frankenstein played in your resurrection. Will you be able to return back to your former self? The game plays entirely from first-person perspective. You wander around the huge laboratory, looking for clues and solving puzzles. Sometimes events...

Giants: Citizen Kabuto

Giants: Citizen Kabuto

Windows - Released - December 6, 2000

On a far away planet, three races fight for control of the few landmasses available: the marooned Meccs, who specialize in firearms and other things that go boom, the mystical and cold-blooded Reapers, who were the original inhabitants of the planet, but were forced to live in the sea by Kabuto, the third character; a truly gigantic monster with a ravenous appetite and a fondness for performing wrestling maneuvers on those the size of his hand. You can control any of these races (although in the single player mode, you have to progress through the storylines of the Meccs and Reapers first) in...

Giants: Citizen Kabuto

Giants: Citizen Kabuto

Sony Playstation 2 - December 21, 2001

On a far away planet, three races fight for control of the few landmasses available: the marooned Meccs, who specialize in firearms and other things that go boom, the mystical and cold-blooded Reapers, who were the original inhabitants of the planet, but were forced to live in the sea by Kabuto, the third character; a truly gigantic monster with a ravenous appetite and a fondness for performing wrestling maneuvers on those the size of his hand. You can control any of these races (although in the single player mode, you have to progress through the storylines of the Meccs and Reapers first)...

Heart of Darkness

Heart of Darkness

Sony Playstation - Released - July 31, 1998

Heart of Darkness was created and developed by the team responsible for Out of this World. Taking place throughout 127 different locations and eight distinctive worlds, each side-scrolling screen features a unique challenge or puzzle that must be solved in order to progress. Most challenges involve climbing walls, jumping between platforms, and shooting a specific object or multitudes of creatures. The latter part of that statement is very important to survival; shadow monsters will often attack Andy in droves. Fortunately, he brought along a Plasma Cannon that can be shot in seven...

Heart of Darkness

Heart of Darkness

Windows - July 31, 1998

In HEART OF DARKNESS, a solar eclipse causes some strange things to happen. Namely, an alien force kidnaps Andy's dog, Whisky. Take control of Andy as he travels through eight unique worlds and solves puzzles. Some puzzles require lots of shooting, while others require lots of thinking. Full-motion video clips reward the player for solving puzzles and advance the plot. Play HEART OF DARKNESS, and help Andy save Whisky.

Hostile Waters: Antaeus Rising

Hostile Waters: Antaeus Rising

Windows - Released - June 14, 2001

In 2032 an Earth that knows only peace is forced to relearn the art of war. Twenty years have passed since the population of Earth did a fine job of destroying nearly everything in one final struggle for power by the politicians and military leaders. Twenty years have been spent building a near Utopia, a society where currency and finance are irrelevant, a planet without hunger or poverty. All weapons have been destroyed to ensure peace. But hidden away in an archipelago in the Pacific Ocean, a cabal of old-world magnates: ex-leaders, financiers, politicians, and despots, are planning a...

Hunter: The Reckoning

Hunter: The Reckoning

Microsoft Xbox - May 23, 2003

Set in White Wolf's World of Darkness, Hunter: The Reckoning lets you take the role of one of four different hunters--Deuce, a biker ex-con; Father Cortez, a prison chaplain; Kassandra, a raver chick; and Samantha, a tough ex-cop. Armed with a variety of fearsome weaponry--ranging from axes to shotguns--you'll battle it out with hordes of supernatural enemies. Intense action combined with multiplayer support brings the true spirit of Hunter: The Reckoning to life.

Hunter: The Reckoning

Hunter: The Reckoning

Nintendo GameCube - November 18, 2002

Set in White Wolf's World of Darkness, Hunter: The Reckoning lets you take the role of one of four different hunters--Deuce, a biker ex-con; Father Cortez, a prison chaplain; Kassandra, a raver chick; and Samantha, a tough ex-cop. Armed with a variety of fearsome weaponry--ranging from axes to shotguns--you'll battle it out with hordes of supernatural enemies. Intense action combined with multiplayer support brings the true spirit of Hunter: The Reckoning to life.

Icewind Dale

Icewind Dale

Windows - June 30, 2000

Icewind Dale, set in the Advanced Dungeons and Dragon's Forgotten Realms, is a party-based dungeon crawl in the popular Icewind Dale region created by famous author R. A. Salvatore. The game uses an enhanced version of BioWare's Infinity engine, which was used to power Baldur's Gate and Planescape: Torment. Icewind Dale offers six major areas with approximately fifty dungeon levels, an excellent story, multiple plot lines, sixteen different classes, improved multiplayer support, seventy monster-types, new interface, optional 3D graphics support to show off flashy spell effects, lighting and...

Icewind Dale II

Icewind Dale II

Windows - August 22, 2002

Return to the frozen North of the Forgotten Realms, for more dungeon-crawling adventure. A generation after the original game, hordes of goblins, orcs, and bugbears under the banner of the Chimera threaten Targos, the port of the Ten Towns. Your party begins trying to save Targos and must learn the cause of this new war. Fifty new spells and a plethora of new magical items will be available to the adventurers. Some features from Baldur's Gate II will also be added like 3D technology, dual-wielding, classes (Barbarian, Sorceror, Monk), and class kits. Icewind Dale will include novel kits like...

Icewind Dale: Heart of Winter

Icewind Dale: Heart of Winter

Windows - February 21, 2001

Heart of Winter is an expansion pack for Icewind Dale that is expected to add an additional 15-25 hours of gameplay. The adventures take you to the small fishing village Lonelywood, which has been beseiged barbarians. The expansion removes the experience cap so characters can attain 30th level, and offers sixty new spells and over one hundread new magic items. Some improvements to the interface include support for 800 x 600 resolution, drop away interface panels, gem bags, and scroll cases. Based on the logo, a white dragon might be in the game.

Incoming

Incoming

Sega Dreamcast - Released - November 30, 1999

Incoming aliens! Incoming aliens! They've already attacked the international moonbase, and they may already have a base in the Arctic! Earth is building a huge tracking station as first part of the counterattack, but now you detect incoming aliens and they don't look friendly! Defend your base against the initial incursion by manning turret, tank, helicopter, harrier jet, and even captured alien fighter as you battle the aliens in various continents, and eventually lead the counterattack on the moon! Incoming is a 3D shooter with plenty of action. In arcade mode, you can play it as a...

Incoming

Incoming

Windows - Released - March 23, 1998

Acknowledged by critics for having a simple storyline,[8][7] Incoming is set in 2009 over a period of fifteen days. An increasing number of UFO sightings culminate in attacks on the international lunar base and other locations on Earth; and the construction of a base in the Arctic. Secret work is started on an "ADATA" (Anomaly Detection And Tracking Array) near Mount Kilimanjaro. The events of the game take place after an attack on the ADATA facility is initiated by alien forces. The game is set in six locations: Kenya, defending the ADATA facility; the Arctic, attacking an alien base while...

Interplay Sports Baseball 2000

Interplay Sports Baseball 2000

Sony Playstation - Released - March 29, 1999

Bottom of the 9th, two outs, and the game is tied. Bagwell steps up to the plate. He takes the first two pitches for strikes. The pitcher delivers the ball, and Bagwell knocks it out of the park. Astros win! Astros win! Live moments like these with INTERPLAY SPORTS BASEBALL 2000. Thanks to a Major League Baseball license, all of the teams, players, and stadiums are here. You can play an Exhibition game or a Home Run Derby to get some quick action, while those who have a little more time should experience the ups and downs of the Season, Tournament, or Playoff modes. For those who want to...

Invictus: In the Shadow of Olympus

Invictus: In the Shadow of Olympus

Windows - January 31, 2000

Caught in a bitter feud between spiteful gods, you fight for more than your life. Enlist Hercules, Achilles, Electra and the mightiest of heroes in your struggle for an eternal seat atop Olympus. In game you can recruit new members from over 30 distinct units like Gorgons and Harpies with abilities like turning flesh into stone and insidious poison. You can command the heroes in your war party at any time during battle and ask them for help. Orion can summon the Rain of Arrows, Hercules can cause ground-warping earthquakes or Cadmus can raise the dead. You can also use the different...

J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings: Vol. 1

J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings: Vol. 1

Commodore Amiga - 1991

Many years ago, the dark lord Sauron forged the One Ring to control the races of the Middle Earth. He was defeated by the human prince Isildur, who took the ring to himself. But such was the evil power of the ring that it brought misfortune to whoever dared to bear it, corrupting their souls. Eventually, the ring ended up by Frodo Baggins, a peaceful hobbit who was unaware of his possession's true nature. Realizing that the only way to be free of the ring's power would be to destroy it, the wizard Gandalf tells Frodo to carry it to Sauron's land, Mordor, and throw it into the lava rivers of...

J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings: Volume 1

J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings: Volume 1

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1994

Adventure comes alive in 16-bit fantasy with the swords and sorcery of J.R.R. Tolkein's "The Lord of the Rings." Prepare yourself as this treasured Tolkien tale takes you on an epic quest to destroy the One Ring that has the power to enslave Middle-earth. But beware, the evil Lord Sauron and his mighty forces will fight you at every turn in your quest to conquer the Balrog and destroy the One Ring of Power.

Jagged Alliance 2: Unfinished Business

Jagged Alliance 2: Unfinished Business

Windows - November 30, 2000

Just when you thought it was all over, Arulco calls again upon your help to rid of a new threat. This time the threat comes from Arulco's former mining corporation: Ricci Mining and Exploration. After losing control over the mines during the civil war (Jagged Alliance 2), they now want those mines back! Ricci Mining and Exploration have established a missile base in the neighboring country of Tracona and threaten to attack Arulco with missiles unless their demands are met (they already blew up the Tixa prison as a warning). At Enrico's request you are to travel to the area suspected to...

Jimmy Johnson's VR Football '98

Jimmy Johnson's VR Football '98

Sony Playstation - Released - October 10, 1997

As Interplay's first PlayStation football game under the VR Sports label, Jimmy Johnson's VR Football '98 offers both NFL and NFLPA licenses for real teams and players. Choose from 30 NFL teams with rosters reflecting the 1997 season, five of the greatest teams from the '70s, five from the '80s, five from the '60s, or five All-Pro Teams from 1996 and 1997. You can also create up to four preseason teams (plus one season team) and stock them with up to forty created players! The game features a Practice Mode, Preseason (which is an exhibition game), New Season and a Play Editor, allowing you...

Kingdom: The Far Reaches

Kingdom: The Far Reaches

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - January 1, 1995

In this adventure game, step into the shoes of Lathan Kandor, a young boy, to defeat the evil Black Wizard. Lathan will find help from his mentor, the mighty magician Daelon. Explore the fantasy lands of the Far Reaches and retrieve three of the five pieces of the ancient relic called The Hand of Mobus. Talk to a variety of characters, collect objects and solve adventure type problems and puzzles. Kingdom: Far Reaches features mouse control, video animations, cartoon-like graphics, an in-game travel map and original music which can be turned off if desired.

Kingpin: Life of Crime

Kingpin: Life of Crime

Windows - Released - June 30, 1999

Nearly every dirty thug and thief in the city is in some way working for the Kingpin or paying protection money, otherwise they have a habit of ending up dead. One such thug refuses to pay his protection money to one of the Kingpin's lieutenants. For his troubles he is left beaten and bruised in an alley. Kingpin: Life of Crime is a first-person shooter which begins with the player wounded and beaten up by the Kingpin's henchmen, and the story follows his thirst for revenge. Released shortly after the Columbine High School massacre, the game attracted controversy which led it to be...

The Lost Vikings

The Lost Vikings

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 1, 1993

It's just another cool day of Nordic seafaring and pillaging when Erik the Swift, Baleog the Fierce and Olaf the Stout are suddenly sucked into an alien spaceship. And only you can help them find their way home. But each mysterious door you help them through throws them into different eras in time - and smack into new enemies! Will Baleog conquer Elmo the Dinosaur in Prehistoria? Will Olaf shield himself from the berserker mummies in the Great Pyramids of Egypt? And can Erik outrun the maniacal ripsaw in the Great Factory? Hurry! Only you can get these vanished Vikes out of the grasp of their...

The Lost Vikings

The Lost Vikings

Commodore Amiga - Released

Three Vikings, Eric the Swift, Olaf the Stout and Baleog the Fierce, were kidnapped by the alien Tomator, the evil Croutonian ruler, who is collecting unique life forms to display in his gallery. The three Vikings will have to combine their unique skills to defeat Tomator, as well as a vast array of aliens, robots, giant snails, big lizards and more. The Lost Vikings is a side-scrolling platform puzzle game with a twist. Instead of one character who can jump, run, shoot, collect items, flip switches and so on, there are three different characters, each with his own skills. Eric the Swift...

Lost Vikings 2

Lost Vikings 2

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 1, 1997

Their lost is your game. The lost boys are back: Erik the Swift, Baelog the Fierce and Olaf the Stout. This action strategy is not for the lame of brain. In their last adventure, the trio was trying to escape the evil alien captor Tomator. Now, armed with all new high tech weaponry the boys heisted from Tomator, they set out to find the time machine that will land them back home. The vikes escape together or not at all. So, it's your challenge to complete each of the levels with all three characters alive an kick'n! Plug in, boot up and fight! Norse by Norsewest.

MDK

MDK

Apple Mac OS

In this 3D shoot 'em up, you play Kurt, and your job is to save the world. Aliens have sent 8 giant fortresses to destroy earth. You run and jump through 6 missions of strange 3D worlds and kill the "Stream Riders" with your machine gun arm. Precise platform jumps are part of the challenge. Kurt is equipped with a special battle suit with an included parachute and a sniper interface (allowing you to aim precise shooting while standing still) embedded in your helmet. Further weaponry enhancements are available as you progress through the game.

MDK 2

MDK 2

Sega Dreamcast - Released - March 31, 2000

After Kurt Hectic, the janitor extraordinaire, has bravely ventured into the perilous minecrawlers and averted the alien threat to the Earth, he returns to his friends, the genius scientist Dr. Fluke Hawkins, and his invention, the six-legged robotic dog Max, to celebrate their great victory. However, they find out that one minecrawler in Canada still hasn't been destroyed. Kurt is sent to complete the mission, but as a result gets kidnapped by an alien being known as Shwang Shwing. Doc and Max rush to his rescue, and soon realize that they are up against a much bigger threat, involving an...

MDK 2

MDK 2

Nintendo Wii - May 9, 2011

Three unlikely heroes, one ultimate goal. Kurt Hectic must save the universe. He is teamed with the genius Dr. Hawkins and the 6-legged gun-toting robotic dog, Max. Together they must out-sneak, out-blast and out-think their enemies as they attempt to reclaim Earth from a vile alien menace.

MDK 2

MDK 2

Windows - Released - March 31, 2000

After Kurt Hectic, the janitor extraordinaire, has bravely ventured into the perilous minecrawlers and averted the alien threat to the Earth, he returns to his friends, the genius scientist Dr. Fluke Hawkins, and his invention, the six-legged robotic dog Max, to celebrate their great victory. However, they find out that one minecrawler in Canada still hasn't been destroyed. Kurt is sent to complete the mission, but as a result gets kidnapped by an alien being known as Shwang Shwing. Doc and Max rush to his rescue, and soon realize that they are up against a much bigger threat, involving an...

MDK 2: Armageddon

MDK 2: Armageddon

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 26, 2001

Max is the dog. Doctor Hawkins is the man who built the dog. Kurt Hectic is the bionically infused sniper-bazooka-toting flying cyborg one-man-arsenal freak-a-zoid. Together, they're the MDK in Interplay's sequel to the maniacally gorgeous, maniacally hysterical, and maniacally explosive original. MDK2 Armageddon rides wild on the throttling PlayStation 2, with maddening visual beauty and frenzied gameplay that gamers have come to expect from this quirky game. Fanatic followers of MDK surely saw the PC release of MDK 2 earlier last year, but those games can't hold a candle to MDK2 Armageddon...

Messiah

Messiah

Windows - March 31, 2000

About: Bob is a working-class angel ordered by God himself to go and clean up the putrid, disgusting, sleazy, and infested world of the future. He has been given the power of possesion so that he can sneak up on any person, animal or genetically engineered being and leap right into their souls! With your help, Bob can then use their bodies, their weapons, or even their bare hands to strangle, cripple, impale, and incinerate the cities of sinners sent to stop you from finding Satan himself. Hiding in their souls, Bob can use these sinners' bodies against their will as armor (to take pain...

Mortyr

Mortyr

Windows - January 1, 1999

In 1944, unexpectedly for the Allies, a Nazi winter offensive results in over 80% of European territories falling to German control. No one really knows what Hitler and his generals did to bring forth this course of events, but the fall of London made it clear that the Allies had little chance of winning the war. Soon after, the destruction of Moscow and the taking of Washington ended the war. It was hard to believe that it was the German military technique or their leaders' tactical skills. People started to talk about final development of the Wunderwaffe, especially that not many managed to...

Neuromancer

Neuromancer

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

Based on the cyberpunk novel by William Gibson. In a grimy future, you play Case, a cyberspace cowboy who finds himself broke in Chiba City. Find yourself a laptop and the right software for it so you can hack into databases around the city to regain your access to cyberspace. Buy and upgrade brain implant chips to augment your computer skills, and sell your body parts to afford new technologies. When you get to cyberspace, you'll take on the nasty AIs that guard the most important databases. Within all this information is the bizarre secret of this world of inbred corporations.

Neuromancer

Neuromancer

Commodore Amiga - 1989

Based on the cyberpunk novel by William Gibson. In a grimy future, you play Case, a cyberspace cowboy who finds himself broke in Chiba City. Find yourself a laptop and the right software for it so you can hack into databases around the city to regain your access to cyberspace. Buy and upgrade brain implant chips to augment your computer skills, and sell your body parts to afford new technologies. When you get to cyberspace, you'll take on the nasty AIs that guard the most important databases. Within all this information is the bizarre secret of this world of inbred corporations.

Neuromancer

Neuromancer

Apple II - August 25, 1988

Neuromancer is an adventure video game developed by Interplay Productions and published by Mediagenic (a brand name that Activision was also known by). It was released in 1988 for the Amiga, Apple II, Apple IIGS, Commodore 64, and MS-DOS. It was loosely based on William Gibson's 1984 novel of the same name and set within both the fictional "real world" and the extensively realized and detailed world of cyberspace. It has a a soundtrack based on the Devo song "Some Things Never Change" from their album "Total Devo". The gaming rights at the time were owned by Timothy Leary, who brought the...

Norse by Norsewest: The Return of the Lost Vikings

Norse by Norsewest: The Return of the Lost Vikings

Sony Playstation - Released - February 27, 1997

After escaping from Tomator in The Lost Vikings, Erik, Olaf, and Baleog have lived joyous and fruitful Viking lives. Then one day, after returning home from a fishing trip, the Vikings get captured by Tomator again. Tomator then calls upon a robotic guard to send them into the Arena, which unfortunately falls short when a system failure happens. During the blackout, the three Vikings dismantle the robot piece by piece and wear its parts on their body, thus granting them new abilities. The three Vikings are then sent through time once again when Olaf pulls the switch on the time machine that...

Of Light and Darkness: The Prophecy

Of Light and Darkness: The Prophecy

Windows - March 31, 1998

Of Light and Darkness: The Prophecy is an Adventure game, developed by Tribal Dreams and published by Interplay, which was released in 1998.

Out of This World

Out of This World

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - June 24, 1994

Prepare to leap past traditional computer entertainment, as Out Of This World brings the world of cinema to the action/adventure game. More than two years in development, Out Of This World's cinematic zooms, pans, close-ups and scaling create motion picture-style effects on your living room screen. Its amazing polygonal graphics system brings each character to life in fluid rotoscoped animation. And its digitized hand-painted backgrounds, new sound effects, and phenomenal music score created specifically for the 3DO system create the ultimate interactive, real-time experience. As a brilliant...

Out of This World

Out of This World

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1992

You'll think you're actually on a movie set when you star in the cinematic action/adventure Out Of This World. Out Of This World is like no other game on the Super NES. Using a completely new graphic system of cinematic zooms, pans, close-ups, and cuts, Out Of This World gets you involved in a breathtaking story of inter-dimensional travel. You'll duck as lasers blast, boulders crash, and monsters roar. The complete musical score and realistic, digitized sound effects will make you feel like you're on a movie sound stage. Being a hero is hard work, and you'll experience it first-hand...

Out of This World

Out of This World

Apple IIGS - Released - 1992

Planescape: Torment

Planescape: Torment

Windows - December 12, 1999

Sigil... A place with gates that lead anywhere in existence, provided you have the proper key. It is a neutral ground and a watering hole for races across the multiverse, all under the watchful shadow of the Lady of Pain, the enigmatic ruler of the city. It is a place where the word is mightier than the sword, where thought defines reality, where belief has the power to reshape worlds and change the laws of physics... But there's a lot more out there than just Sigil. Get outside the city and there's the planes themselves: the throne of the gods, the battleground of the eternal Blood War,...

Pocket GT

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Unreleased - 1999

https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/gbc/579037-pocket-gt

Pro Pinball

Pro Pinball

Sega Saturn - November 30, 1996

In this pinball simulation, you play on a table called "The Web". With the help of three flippers, you must send the ball into the various openings, trapdoors, and ramps. You can gain various bonuses (such as several balls to knock at the same time) if you play particularly well. Some of the targets activate special missions when you hit them with a ball. Those missions vary from aiming at specific targets to playing mini-games, such as shooting asteroids. After you have completed five missions, you'll be able to face the Dark Queen, the off-screen antagonist of the game.

Radical Psycho Machine Racing

Radical Psycho Machine Racing

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1992

Get in. Fire it up. And then hang on. You're in for the ride of your life! Engines scream as the monster truck flies into the lead. All four racers spill over the dirt hill and slam onto the asphalt surface. Pushing past the pack in true dune buggy style, the Sandrail hits an ice patch and skids off the track. The Eurocar crashes through the open hole, but not before dropping off a few mines to slow down any slip-streamers. And the race has just begun! Interplay Productions introduces super high resolution graphics in a radical racing action game. Players zoom over asphalt, dirt and ice as...

Raiden II

Raiden II

Windows - June 6, 2007

One of the "classic" arcade shooters on to your PC - Raiden II. You have been chosen to command the World Alliance Military in 2093. The alien enemy is attacking you from all sides and you must mount a daring counter-attack. A fast paced multi-player game that dares you to play to win. Raiden II is a true arcade game. Use all the weapons at your disposal to destroy the enemy. Deploy bombs and missiles at any time to spread destruction on the alien invaders. Raiden II defies you to take action arcade to new levels with eight levels to test your skills. Your challenge, win the "Ultimate...

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