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Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: The Forgotten Realms Archives

Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: The Forgotten Realms Archives

MS-DOS - 1997

This compilation contains nearly all (at the time of release) of AD&D's Forgotten Realms games released for the PC. The following 12 games are included in an oversized box: Curse of the Azure Bonds Dungeon Hack Eye of the Beholder Eye of the Beholder II: The Legend of Darkmoon Eye of the Beholder III: Assault on Myth Drannor Gateway to the Savage Frontier Hillsfar Menzoberranzan Pools of Darkness Pool of Radiance Secret of the Silver Blades Treasures of the Savage Frontier In addition, a demo of Blood & Magic is also included.

Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance

Windows - Released - December 17, 2021

A NEW HERITAGE BEGINS ... Experience the world of Baldur’s Gate as you have never seen it before. With Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance, an epic Dungeons & Dragons adventure, dark conspiracies, magical powers and a life-and-death struggle begins. Only by mastering your sharp blade and the power of magic can you face absolute evil ... • Fight your way through more than 45 levels of action, tension and magic! • Defeat more than 35 fearsome creatures, e. B. jelly cubes, frost giants and dragons! • Play one of three heroes! Everyone has unique powers and skills and their own...

Battle Chess: Game of Kings

Battle Chess: Game of Kings

Windows - Released - December 11, 2015

It took 2,000 years for someone to make chess better! The most challenging game on earth comes to life in Battle Chess. An entire medieval world at war is reflected on the checkered field. Everyone who's ever had a knight take a pawn has seen that capture as more than one piece replacing another on the board. In player's minds, the bold knight, resplendent in his armor of silver or ebon, sallies forth and slays the foul footsoldier. Combat, mortal combat, is the heart and soul of chess, but this aspect of it can only live in the mind's eye... until now! Lots of computer chess games...

Beat the House

Beat the House

Windows 3.X - Released - March 3, 1995

A game with the feel of a real casino, the player may wander around the overhead view of the joint, and indulge in blackjack, roulette, slots, or video poker to win virtual cash.

Buzz Aldrin's Race into Space

Buzz Aldrin's Race into Space

MS-DOS - Released - March 1, 1993

Buzz Aldrin's Race into Space re-creates the thrilling endeavor of trying to lead your country's space program to the moon before a competing superpower does the same. As head of your country's space program you will need to develop all the hardware you need for your spacecraft and make it safe, choose the right persons to send into space and make sure they come back alive. Loaded with lots of historic video clips, and other historic correct items make this game reflect the "Cold War" situation as it should.

Caesars Palace 2000: Millennium Gold Edition

Caesars Palace 2000: Millennium Gold Edition

Sega Dreamcast - Released - September 24, 2000

Caesars Palace 2000 is a gambling simulation video game developed by Runecraft and published by Interplay Entertainment. It was released in North America and Europe in June 2000 for the PlayStation, Dreamcast and Microsoft Windows' PCs. It is named after the famous Caesars Palace luxury hotel and casino on the Las Vegas Strip in Las Vegas, Nevada. Interplay announced in late 1999 that they were working on a title for the Dreamcast which was known to be a 3D simulation of gambling with traditional casino games. The game was fully licensed by the Caesars Palace casino and features six card...

Conquest of the New World

Conquest of the New World

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

Conquest of The New World is a game much similar to Civilization in some ways. You start the game with your ship. You will have to make landfall with your units and get contact with the natives. You can either attack them or start to trade with them similar to things like in Civilization or Colonization. The control of your units is a new way of controlling. You drag an arrow from your unit to where you want it to move and moves automatically.

Cruise for a Corpse

Cruise for a Corpse

MS-DOS - Released - October 1, 1991

1927. When Inspector Raoul Dusentier is invited to a cruise upon a mighty sailing ship by the wealthy businessman Niklos Karaboudjan, he looks forward to nothing but a relaxing week on the sea. Instead, his host manages to get himself killed on the second day. Murdered, to be exact. Too convenient that a policeman is aboard -- Dusentier sets out to search for suspects. He doesn't need to search long. Why is it that none of the family members seem awfully sad about the demise of the old man? Is the mysterious Father Fabiani really as pious as he says? In the tradition of Agatha Christie, each...

Cruise for a Corpse

Cruise for a Corpse

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

1927. When Inspector Raoul Dusentier is invited to a cruise upon a mighty sailing ship by the wealthy businessman Niklos Karaboudjan, he looks forward to nothing but a relaxing week on the sea. Instead, his host manages to get himself killed on the second day. Murdered, to be exact. Too convenient that a policeman is aboard -- Dusentier sets out to search for suspects. He doesn't need to search long. Why is it that none of the family members seem awfully sad about the demise of the old man? Is the mysterious Father Fabiani really as pious as he says? In the tradition of Agatha Christie, each...

Descent: Anniversary Edition

Descent: Anniversary Edition

MS-DOS - Released - March 13, 1996

This is a re-release of the game Descent for its 1 year anniversary. It contains the original game, some new levels created by Parallax and some levels that were created by fans for a Computer Gaming World contest. You get the winner, the runners-up and ALL the other entries (so you can play them and decide for yourself which is/are the best.) This is the original Descent and Descent: Levels of the World in one package.

Descent: Freespace: Battlepack

Descent: Freespace: Battlepack

Windows - Released - 1998

A "gold" pack containing Descent: Freespace - The Great War and the expansion pack Silent Threat. As a pilot in the Gallactic Terran Alliance (GTA), you've known the Vasudans as the enemy for a long time. But things are about to change. An unknown menace, with technology beyond both ours and Vasudans, are destroying both sides. And now, old enemies must unite to fight this common enemy, and the dissenters and traitors on both sides. Descent: Freespace is a space dogfight simulator. The game features a vast amount of weapons, missiles and bombs, as well as large capships. It also has...

Descent: Levels of the World

Descent: Levels of the World

MS-DOS - DLC - 1995

Levels of the World is an official add-on with all of the entries from a level design competition held by Interplay in 1995, plus one level designed by Parallax Software. It contais Parallax Software top 10, 90 singleplayer and 23 multiplayer levels (but 1 singleplayer and 1 multiplayer are broken). Total 123 levels (121 excluding 2 broken).

Dungeon Master II: The Legend of Skullkeep

Dungeon Master II: The Legend of Skullkeep

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

Chaos Strikes Back was a semi-sequel to seminal RPG Dungeon Master, but a true sequel came several years later. The game fuses real-time battles with puzzle solving and travelling, although the game now auto-maps. Rain and magic usage effects are incorporated into the engine. The first part of the game is spent above ground, visiting villages with shops and temples, and trawling through forests.

Dungeon Master II: The Legend of Skullkeep

Dungeon Master II: The Legend of Skullkeep

Commodore Amiga - Released - November 13, 1995

Dungeon Master II: The Legend of Skullkeep, also released as Dungeon Master II: Skullkeep, is the sequel to the dungeon crawler role-playing video game Dungeon Master. It was released in 1993 in Japan and in 1995 in other countries. It is available for DOS, Amiga, Macintosh, Sega CD, PC-9801, PC-9821, and FM Towns. Chaos Strikes Back was a semi-sequel to seminal RPG Dungeon Master, but a true sequel came several years later. The game fuses real-time battles with puzzle solving and travelling, although the game now auto-maps. Rain and magic usage effects are incorporated into the engine. The...

Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel

Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel

Windows - Released - March 14, 2001

After the great war, the wasteland is inhabited by a wide variety of mutated species... And one force of order and justice: the Brotherhood of Steel. As a new initiate to the Brotherhood, you will undertake different missions to take on Raiders and such as you attempt to protect the fragile respawning of civilization... and discover the new threat to the west... Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel is essentially the combat portion of the original Fallout series, with a new campaign, graphical polish, a set of random encounters, and a world map. The emphasis is on squad tactics and...

Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel

Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - January 14, 2004

Brotherhood of Steel is an action game set in the Fallout universe for 1 or 2 players. 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

Windows 3.X - Released - 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...

Jack in the Dark

MS-DOS - Released - December 15, 1993

Jack in the Dark is a spin-off game made during Alone in the Dark 2's development. It was used as a promotional game, distributed at Christmas 1993. The game was on a single floppy disk in a golden wrap featuring a Jack-in-the-box illustration on top. Later CD versions of both Alone in the Dark and Alone in the Dark 2 came packaged with Jack in the Dark. It is Halloween, and Grace Saunders is out for tricks or treats, when she enters a small toy store and gets locked in. The Jack-in-the-Box laughs, the toys play and walk by themselves and hold a dark secret. Grace must discover what secret...

JetFighter: Full Burn

JetFighter: Full Burn

MS-DOS - Released - 1998

Somewhere between Jetfighter 3 and 4 came Full Burn, a game that takes a turn towards arcade action over simulation and adds a Wing Commander-like interactive movie air to the game. As the game starts a conflict between the U.S., er sorry NATO and Russia erupts over some Norwegian oil fields. This sets the stage for the main storyline of the game which can be viewed from either the NATO or Russian side. The campaign is made of linear pre-made missions interspersed with FMV sequences between missions. As in the Wing Commander games, scenes occur in different locations, you move to the...

Kingdom II: Shadoan

Kingdom II: Shadoan

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

This is the sequel to Kingdom: The Far Reaches. Many years ago, the wise Mobus broke a powerful amulet called "The Hand" in 5 pieces in order to protect it from getting into the hands of his evil brother Torlock. These pieces were sent to the far corners of the land. As the young Prince Lathan Kandor you have already retrieved the Black Mace, the Hunting Horn and the Orb of Mobus (in the previous game). Now you must retrieve the final 2 pieces (the Dagger of Arne and the Crown of Malric), defeat evil and be reunited with Princess Grace Delight. This is an adventure from the makers of...

M.A.X. 2: Mechanized Assault & Exploration

M.A.X. 2: Mechanized Assault & Exploration

Windows - Released - 1996

In the sequel your brain is wired directly to sophisticated command and control center, so you have to colonize and defend a new world. As in previous game you have to build houses, control resources to build combat vehicles and eliminate any foe, that shows in your sight. Turn-based elements allows you to show all your experience in military tactics.

Mario Teaches Typing

Mario Teaches Typing

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

Mario comes to the PC, in the form of a typing tutor. In this product you get to play one of four games, of progressing difficulty (as either Mario, Luigi or the Princess): Mario's Smash & Dash: Assist your character run past a series of boxes and turtles, each labelled with a letter that must be typed to avoid the obstacle. Mario's Wet World Challenge: Help your characters swim across the screen whilst being chased by hungry sea creatures - only typing the words that scroll across the bottom of the screen will let you escape. Mario's Tunnel Of Doom: Help your character run through...

Mario Teaches Typing 2

Mario Teaches Typing 2

Windows 3.X - Released - March 31, 1997

A new and updated version of the education hit Mario Teaches Typing. Just like before, Mario is your guide and will help and teach you to become an expert typer. New features are an on-screen keyboard with color codes, customizable lesson plans for teachers / parents, and tools to help print those customizable certificates of achievement for those who do well. There are also four levels of difficulty with new animations and sounds. The first level is Mario's Smash and Dash, which teaches beginners to type one letter at a time, Mario's Wet World Challenge teaches complete words, Mario's Tunnel...

Mario's Game Gallery

Mario's Game Gallery

MS-DOS - Released - February 23, 1995

Mario's Game Gallery consists of five games: Checkers, Go Fish, Dominoes, Backgammon, and "Yacht", a version of Yahtzee. In these games, players face off against Mario. The games all play similarly to their real world counterparts, featuring pieces based on the Mario universe. Mario's Game Gallery is the first game in the series to feature Charles Martinet as Mario's voice actor, who has since gone on to act as Mario's voice actor in all games that give Mario a voice since.

Normality

Normality

MS-DOS - Released - June 30, 1996

Kent Knutson is a teenager who lives in the city of Neutropolis. The city is controlled by a totalitarian regime, which prohibits people to express any emotions that would deviate from the prescribed norm - such as joy and happiness. Kent is arrested by the Norms, the police force of Neutropolis, and put in prison for whistling a merry tune. In prison, he received an anonymous note that tells him that there is a resistance group somewhere in the city, which seeks to overthrow the dictator of Neutropolis. The question is - how can Kent find that resistance group?.. Normality is an adventure...

Norse by Norse West: The Return of the Lost Vikings

Norse by Norse West: The Return of the Lost Vikings

MS-DOS - Released - 1997

Get ready for more nights of masochistic puzzle goodness, because the Lost Vikings need your help once again! The brothers (Erik the Swift, Baleog the Fierce and Olaf the Stout) are trying to get back home and you need to guide them through. Two brand new characters (Fang the Werewolf and Scorch the Dragon) also join the fray. Each character has their own special talents and they must be used in concert if you are to win.

Norse by Norse West: The Return of the Lost Vikings

Norse by Norse West: The Return of the Lost Vikings

Windows - January 1, 1996

Get ready for more nights of masochistic puzzle goodness, because the Lost Vikings need your help once again! The brothers (Erik the Swift, Baleog the Fierce and Olaf the Stout) are trying to get back home and you need to guide them through. Two brand new characters (Fang the Werewolf and Scorch the Dragon) also join the fray. Each character has their own special talents and they must be used in concert if you are to win.

Pro League Baseball

Pro League Baseball

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

This baseball simulation from Micro Sports Incorporated has all the standard features one expects to find including league play, team management, detailed statistics, drafts, trades, and accurately modeled stadiums. It bears the official seal of Major League Baseball and includes the full rosters for the 1991 season (along with a long abandoned download function for annual updates). Pro League also uses Real Sound audio (for those who have not yet bought one of them newfangled Sound Blaster thingies).

Rags to Riches: The Financial Market Simulation

Rags to Riches: The Financial Market Simulation

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

You play a young college graduate who has been given a large sum of money by your parents to set up a company. You start in a crummy office on the Lower East Side of town, and as you dabble more in the stock market and make more money, you can take a trip to the mall and buy things from a porcelain dalmatian to a new office. You have to be careful, though- one wrong move with your money, and you end up penniless on the street.

Redneck Deer Huntin'

Redneck Deer Huntin'

MS-DOS - Released - 1997

Deer hunting, redneck style! Join Leonard, a redneck native, and do your hunting four different animals (deer, duck, razorback, and wild turkey) in 8 acres of wilderness with different weapons in Redneck country. This is hunting with attitude!

Redneck Rampage

Redneck Rampage

MS-DOS - Released - April 30, 1997

Redneck Rampage is a pseudo-3D first person shooter much like Duke Nukem 3D, with 2D sprites for enemies and other objects. In fact, it uses the same Build engine as Duke Nukem 3D. Redneck Rampage also has a singularly unique setting... instead of taking place in an alien installation or secret government facility, the game is set in the backwater small town of Hickston, Arkansas. It seems that a bunch of tabloid leather-fetish cyborg aliens have abducted the town's stereotypical redneck inhabitants and cloned them. The aliens have also abducted Bessie, the prize pig of brothers Leonard...

Redneck Rampage Rides Again

Redneck Rampage Rides Again

MS-DOS - Released - April 30, 1997

This stand-alone sequel to Redneck Rampage finds Leonard and Bubba shooting their way back to Hickston after crash-landing the UFO at the end of the first game. Using the same engine and most of the same graphics as the original, RRRA adds vehicles, some new weapons (including a sling blade), new alien clones (a Dennis Hopper-ish biker and an evil cheerleader), and fourteen levels of ass-whuppin'.

RLH: Run Like Hell: Hunt or Be Hunted

RLH: Run Like Hell: Hunt or Be Hunted

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 1, 2002

Run Like Hell is a survival horror game. You are Captain Nicholas Conner, a former pilot who works on a space station, involved in a project funded by the government. You travel between planets on mundane assignments, only to return to your home station to find the place a complete wreck, courtesy of an evil alien race. All crew members have been killed, violently, and it is up to you to stop the alien race, or run like hell. The game encompasses seven chapters, with multiple areas and missions per chapter. You will be tasked with solving puzzles, killing aliens, and finding out just...

Sandwarriors

Sandwarriors

MS-DOS - Released - May 1, 1997

This is an arcade sci/fi flight game similar in style to "Inca" series, but with an ancient Egyptian setting (like Stargate). The story goes as such, in the year 6225 B.C. on the far flung, sand covered planet of Tawy, a high-tech civil war is taking place. Over many generations two opposing Houses have formed, House Horus and the evil House Set, both completely determined to annihilate the other. As an elite warrior of the Horus empire, you are commanded by God Horus to pilot the Sandships of the gods to destroy your evil enemies or die trying!

SimCity Enhanced CD-ROM

SimCity Enhanced CD-ROM

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

Build up your city and provide your citizens with what they need. Also enjoy the multimedia enhancements on the CD, such as video clips. SimCity sets you as the mayor of a new municipality, with the responsibility of building and maintaining a place where citizens can move to and work and be happy. The first task is to place essentials such as housing, transport links, schools, factories and shops. There are 50 types of these, allowing for homes of all standards and different types of businesses. Make sure to consider which sites are effective for which tasks. Some power sources pollute,...

Star Reach

Star Reach

MS-DOS - Released - December 22, 1994

The game is set in space in the 23rd century. After an unsuccessful peace attempt between the seven alien nations present in the galaxy, war spread out with each nation trying to take control over the others. Gameplay is real-time, simultaneous action/strategy and blends economic strategy with outer-space combat. The player is in command of an expedition to conquer and control a galaxy of alien worlds. Victory is achieved by controlling every planet in the galaxy or by destroying enemies' headquarters. The player is in control of a vast fleet to assist in setting up colonies on other...

Star Trek: Judgment Rites (Limited CD-ROM Collector's Edition)

Star Trek: Judgment Rites (Limited CD-ROM Collector's Edition)

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

Judgment Rites is the successor of the Star Trek: 25th Anniversary. The game adds eight new missions, and is almost identical to its predecessor in terms of graphics, sounds and gameplay. The Limited CD-ROM Collector's Edition contains: - enhanced CD-ROM version (with voice-acting) of the original Judgment Rites - bonus disc featuring never before published interviews of Gene Roddenberry and Leonard Nimoy plus a video clip showing the making of the Judgment Rites - video cassette containing two episodes from the original series - Star Trek: Judgment Rites badge Later digital release...

Star Trek: Klingon Academy

Star Trek: Klingon Academy

Windows - Released - June 22, 2000

Star Trek: Klingon Academy is a space flight simulator. It takes place after the events of Star Trek V: The Final Frontier and prior to those of Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. The sequel to Star Fleet Academy, Klingon Academy attempts to correct the faults of the previous game while allowing you to play as a member of the arch-nemesis of the Federation. Although not completely detached from the arcade nature of the original game, both the agility of the lighter Klingon ships and the sluggish controls and more elaborate commands make this sequel seem more a starship simulator...

Star Trek: New Worlds

Star Trek: New Worlds

Windows - Released - September 7, 2000

A Romulan experiment gone wrong has suddenly made multiple planet systems appear out of nowhere in this formerly barren sector. The area is named Tabula Rasa, and the three neighboring races... Federation, Klingon, and Romulan, are ready to exploit the newly found riches... But first they must deal with the natives, who may be friend of foe... You are in control of a colony for your "empire". You must grow your colony and build defense and offense to secure your goals while mining the resources you came for. Build from the heart of your colony... the colony hub. Build mines to extract...

Virtual Pool Hall

Virtual Pool Hall

Windows - Released - 2000

Sequel to Virtual Pool 2, you have all the VP2 options such as arrange tournaments, adjust table settings (like pocket size), and arrange multiplayer over LAN, Internet, serial, or modem. It also adds better AI, more game types, better physics, new tables, and more.

Virtual Snooker

Virtual Snooker

MS-DOS - Released - July 17, 1996

A 3D Snooker simulation, the most realistic available at the time. The snooker version of the popular Virtual Pool game.

Voyeur

Voyeur

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

Reed Hawke is the CEO of a powerful corporation known as Hawke Industries. He has gathered his extended family together for a weekend, preparing for an official announcement that he will be competing in the election for the President of the United States. It seems that his family supports him, but it is not so. At least one of the Hawke family members assumes that Reed Hawke is corrupt. This person hires a private investigator, who will have to discover the secrets of the family in order to obtain a definite proof of Reed Hawke's crimes. Voyeur is an interactive movie with live action...

Whiplash

Whiplash

MS-DOS - Released - October 30, 1995

Whiplash is a fast-paced racing game where you choose from eight different cars and race on over sixteen different tracks to brave death-defying loops and corkscrews in stunt racing. The different players are organized in teams of two cars each. The aim is of course to reach the finish line first, but on harder difficulty levels opponents can also be killed by repeatedly bumping into them. The damage is visible, with dents and smoke. Each track has a pit stop where cars stand still to be repaired, but they can be pushed out of the area. When going for kills, team members will not engage each...

Xplora 1: Peter Gabriel's Secret World

Xplora 1: Peter Gabriel's Secret World

Windows 3.X - Released - 1993

Xplora 1: Peter Gabriel's Secret World is a multimedia piece by Peter Gabriel. It has a scavenger hunt theme throughout the game, and when certain pieces are found, it unlocks more sections of the CD. There is a mixing room and videos of concert backstages. Originally developed for the Mac, it was converted to Windows 3.1. To progress through the CD, you have to solve puzzles with sliding tiles. The graphics are of sky, earth, trees and various other nature scenes, keeping with the CDs conservation theme. There is a section on world instruments. You can see and listen to them once you unlock...

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