Sony Playstation - Released - September 30, 1996
Burning Road is an arcade racing game, heavily influenced by Daytona USA. There are four types of cars to drive: two muscle cars, a drag car and a monster truck, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. There are three different courses to drive on (a wooded area, city streets and snow area) and also have a reverse track variation that can be unlocked. The object is not only to finish ahead of opponents, but also cross checkpoints in order to add more time to the ever depleting timer at the top of the screen. There are three different difficulty levels and three different game modes: Practice lets the player choose a track and races several different opponents and Career where the player races in a series of multi-heat events. In these heat events, each time a lap is completed the driver that is last place is eliminated until only one car finishes the race. The final mode is a multiplayer that allows two friends to battle against each other utilizing the Playstation Link Cable. There are also a multitude of camera angles including first and third person along with a full replay mode that shows the race in its entirety.
Sony Playstation - Released - June 26, 1998
The first Kick Off game for Playstation offers the ability to play with teams from Europe, South America and Africa. The game is not just about playing, coaching is equally important as you head for the Reebook DMX Super League. Kick Off World has four levels, and five modes which includes a practice mode as well as Friendly and Cup Competition modes. As the manager you can sell and buy players. This version is the best game of Steve Screech alone (without Dino Dini) but still is not as great as Kick Off 2 was. Is a fine arcade soccer game (not as good as other psx games like Pro Evolution Soccer 2) & the management in the game are very limited (only strategy squad & don't seems to be any business & gestion options). The soccer in game plays fine (easy way to throw free kicks) & good movements.
Commodore 64 - Released - July 1, 1983
Snokie is a horizontally scrolling platform game where you must guide a penguin back to his home. You begin the game outside in a snow environment. Using the joystick to move left, right and jump, you must negotiate difficult obstacles along your path. Slipping into a crevasse or being hit by a rolling boulder will kill your penguin. A clock constantly ticks down during game play and when it reaches zero, you lose a life. If you make it far enough along the journey you will hit checkpoints which restart the clock. When you die, your next penguin will start at the last checkpoint you passed. The environment changes as you progress, offering new challenges. Ice floes need to be navigated and caverns feature stalactites that fall from the cave ceiling. If you complete the journey you are reunited with a large penguin in your cave home. The game features a normal mode and an accelerated speed mode as well as supporting two players taking turns.