Mindscape

1000 Bornes: Coups-Fourres et Courses Folles!

1000 Bornes: Coups-Fourres et Courses Folles!

Nintendo DS - Released - November 14, 2008

Discover the famous card game 1000 Bornes on DS updated with some new features. The title features a "classic" mode with the same rules as the original but also a "special" mode with delightful mini-games to counter your opponent's attacks using the stylus and microphone. A single cartridge holds up to six players.

4-D Boxing

4-D Boxing

MS-DOS - June 15, 1991

4D Sports Boxing is a 3D boxing computer game of the 4D Sports series, with motion capture animation, developed by Distinctive Software, Inc. (DSI) from Vancouver under their secondary trade name Unlimited Software. Its first version, 1.0, was published by Mindscape in June 1991. The game was released for PC, Apple Macintosh, Atari ST, Amiga and Fujitsu FM Towns Marty. The Macintosh version has slightly improved graphics, but a smaller screen size. Box Art The game features stylized boxers in polygon-based graphics, composed of triangles, some with names suggestive of non-fictional...

4D Sports Tennis

4D Sports Tennis

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

Being part of Mindscape's 4D Sports game series, this program tries to realistically reproduce the game of tennis. Just like all the other games from the series, 4D Sports Tennis offers "true four-dimensional gameplay" by letting the player access advanced replay features. The game is based on simple, untextured 3D polygon graphics, providing not only a standard fixed camera and freely positionable views, but also a very unique first-person view, in which the player does see nothing of his own character except for the racket, and the view is always following the ball. Other features...

720°

720°

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1989

Hop on and hang ten as you crash around corners, swerve on sidewalks, and leap over the locals of Skate City, a skateboarder's fantasy world where virtually every surface is skateable. Flip and twist around the street fighters, Frisbee throwers, hard bodies, and killer bees that jam city streets. Polish your skills and take your act to the skate parks where you'll vie for medals and cash in downhill, jump, ramp, and slalom competition. Shoot the tubes, "catch air" as you fly off ramps -- master all of the moves, including the dangerous 720°. You'll need every edge as you try to become champion...

Alfred Chicken

Alfred Chicken

Nintendo Game Boy - February 1, 1994

WE THE EVIL MEKA CHICKENS HAVE EGGNAPPED BILLY EGG AND HIS BROTHERS FOR OUR TERRIBLE CLONING EXPERIMENT TO AID US IN OUR PLAN FOR WORLD DOMINATION. SO WHAT ARE YOU GONNA DO? Join the adventure • Battle with the evil Meka-Chickens • Visit Mr Peckles’ space lab and collect special powers • Seek out the super secrets and bonus screens • Meet all the characters in the game and defeat the enemies With • 11 challenging, exciting and puzzling levels • Musical soundtrack • Superb graphics

Alfred Chicken

Alfred Chicken

Nintendo Entertainment System - 1993

Super-Hero with a Bionic Beak! Whoa... Alfred needs your help! The Evil Meka-Chickens have raided the hen house and stolen Alfred's chick, Floella, and all the little egg-a-roonies! Now, these turkeys say they'll scramble the eggs. It's nothing to crow about! An egg-xasperated Alfred Chicken struts off to pluck his loved ones from the dangers of the Meka-Chickens' world. Remember, while Alfred is a super-hero wannabe, he's still a ruffled-feather chicken... you gotta help! Egg-splore way out worlds and warp space. Fight fowl feasting fiends. Find fine feathered friends. Make Meka-Chickens...

Alfred Chicken

Alfred Chicken

Commodore Amiga CD32 - 1993

Alfred the chicken must rescue his friends and his bird (pardon the pun) Floella from the Meka Chickens. The result is a platform game across differently-themed levels, which are finished by either climbing to the top of the level or killing a boss. Bonus games and secret rooms have been included, and progression sometimes requires solving positional puzzles. Alfred cannot fly, but he can use ramps to jump up and hit enemies with his bionic beak - this kills them, but any other contact will hurt Alfred. Watch out for spiked snails though. Other enemies include whales armed with guns, and...

Allied General

Allied General

Sony Playstation - Released - September 30, 1996

Allied General is the sequel to Panzer General and uses the same turn-based gameplay mechanics. This time the player experiences World War II from the Allied point of view during two British, one U.S. and one Russian campaign. The settings are Europe, Russia and Northern Africa. The most important thing to have are prestige points. These are earned by solving scenarios (more for a little amount of turns) and used to buy replacement units. But this is not the only reason to be concerned about the detailed mission results: surviving units are transferred to the next mission and receive...

America Coast to Coast

America Coast to Coast

Apple II - Released - February 28, 1984

"America Coast to Coast" is a 1984 educational game developed by NeoSoft and licensed to multiple publishers

Angel Devoid: Face of the Enemy

Angel Devoid: Face of the Enemy

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

You wake up from reconstructive surgery and see your arch enemy's face...staring at you from the mirror. As you stalked the dangerous master criminal Angel Devoid, you found yourself ensnared in a bizarre accident that left you with the face of the very man you pursued. No longer the hunter, you are now the hunted. And you have but one choice: Infiltrate Neo-City, a dark, Cybergothic world where death strikes from every shadow. A myriad of lethal, unpredictable characters awaits you...and only the real Angel Devoid would know if they're friends or foes. Survival hinges upon your insights,...

Balance of Power: Geopolitics in the Nuclear Age

Balance of Power: Geopolitics in the Nuclear Age

Microsoft MSX - September 1, 1985

Balance of Power is a computer strategy game of geopolitics during the Cold War, created by Chris Crawford and published in 1985 on the Apple Macintosh by Mindscape, followed by ports to a variety of platforms over the next two years.

Balance of Power: The 1990 Edition

Balance of Power: The 1990 Edition

Apple IIGS - 1989

Battleship

Battleship

Nintendo Game Boy - December 1, 1992

Do you have what it takes to command your own fleet of six ships? Can you survive thrilling, ruthless combat on the high seas? Stalk your enemy through unfriendly waters. Secretly plot your plan of attack. Then fire. It's a hit! But remain on red alert! For your opponent wants victory as much as you do! Capsize a carrier. Demolish a destroyer. Sink up to six ships in your opponent's fleet before your own vessels are found and sunk. Blast the torpedoes and full speed ahead! Strategically hide your own ships while you formulate a cunning plan of attack on your opponent. Enjoy classic game...

Battleship

Battleship

Nintendo Entertainment System - September 1, 1993

Do you have what it takes to command your own fleet of six ships? Can you survive thrilling, ruthless combat on the high seas? Stalk your enemy through unfriendly waters. Secretly plot your plan of attack. Then fire. It's a hit! But remain on red alert! For your opponent wants victory as much as you do! Capsize a carrier. Demolish a destroyer. Sink up to six ships in your opponent's fleet before your own vessels are found and sunk. Blast the torpedoes and full speed ahead! Strategically hide your own ships while you formulate a cunning plan of attack on your opponent. Enjoy classic game...

Battleship: The Classic Naval Combat Game

Battleship: The Classic Naval Combat Game

Sega Game Gear - Released - January 1, 1993

Do you have what it takes to command your own fleet of six ships? Can you survive thrilling, ruthless combat on the high seas? Stalk your enemy through unfriendly waters. Secretly plot your plan of attack. Then fire. It's a hit! But remain on red alert! For your opponent wants victory as much as you do! Capsize a carrier. Demolish a destroyer. Sink up to six ships in your opponent's fleet before your own vessels are found and sunk. Blast the torpedoes and full speed ahead!

Blazing Dragons

Blazing Dragons

Sony Playstation - Released - October 31, 1996

You play the role of Flicker, a young dragon who is always inventing new stuff to make his life easier. As one of the smartest dragons in a land called Camelhot, Flicker's fallen deeply in love with King All Fire's daughter, the beautiful Princess Flame. As King All Fire is retiring soon, Flicker's chance to court Princess Flame is now. The King is holding a tournament of grand magnitude, and the winner will become King of Camelhot and take Princess Flame's hand in marriage. In this point-and-click adventure, you'll lead Flicker through the tournament, battling rival dragons and completing...

Bop'n Wrestle

Bop'n Wrestle

Commodore 64 - 1986

The company behind Way of the Exploding Fist and Fighting Warrior also tried its hand at wrestling, with this game claiming to be the first 3D combat sports game, in which you can avoid the opponent by moving up or down the screen as well as left or right. Like any fighting game worth its salt, the game can be played with one or two players. In one-player mode there are 10 opponents to take on in sequence.

Cal Ripken Jr. Baseball

Cal Ripken Jr. Baseball

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 1, 1992

Cal Ripken Jr. 1991's Most Valuable Player in the American League. One of only twenty players in Major League Baseball to be MVP twice. An "iron man" in the majors, playing in over 1,600 consecutive games. When Cal plays, he plays for real! Cal Ripken Jr. Baseball brings that realism home. You'll get unequaled animation, accurate strategy-logic and players that respond to real game situations. You also get all-new, all-star features you won't find anywhere else.

Cal Ripken Jr. Baseball

Cal Ripken Jr. Baseball

Sega Genesis - Released - 1992

This baseball game is your basic Genesis baseball game, play as one of 16 teams, along with two special teams, the All-Stars and the MVP's. Cal Ripken, the featured player is the only real player to appear in this game.

Captain America and the Avengers

Captain America and the Avengers

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - September 7, 1993

Red Skull is back with a sinister mind-control device to command the most evil supervillains on earth against the forces of good. The supervillains want to control the universe! Captain America and the Avengers are the world's last hope in this battle against evil Join Cap, Iron Man, Hawkeye and Vision, as they combine their special powers with your skills in a last ditch effort to defeat Red Skill and his evil henchmen. Succeed, and you're a hero. Fail, and we'll revoke your Avengers security clearance!

Captain America and the Avengers

Captain America and the Avengers

Sega Game Gear - 1993

Red Skull is back with a sinister mind-control device to command the most evil supervillains on earth against the forces of good. The supervillains want to control the universe! Captain America and the Avengers are the world's last hope in this battle against evil Join Cap, Iron Man, Hawkeye and Vision, as they combine their special powers with your skills in a last ditch effort to defeat Red Skill and his evil henchmen. Succeed, and you're a hero. Fail, and we'll revoke your Avengers security clearance!

Captain America and the Avengers

Captain America and the Avengers

Nintendo Game Boy - 1994

Red Skull is back with a sinister mind-control device to command the most evil supervillains on earth against the forces of good. The supervillains want control of the universe! Captain America and the Avengers are the world's last hope in this battle against evil! Join Cap, Iron Man, Hawkeye and Vision, as they combine their special powers with your skills in a last ditch effort to defeat Red Skull and his evil henchmen. Succeed, and you're a hero. Fail, and we'll revoke your Avengers security clearance!

Captain Blood

Captain Blood

MS-DOS - Released - 1988

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

Captain Planet and the Planeteers

Captain Planet and the Planeteers

Nintendo Entertainment System - September 1, 1992

The game has five levels, each of which was divided into two different type of stages. The first stage involves controlling the international teen heroes (Planeteers) flying their Eco-Jet to an enemy fortress while trying to avoid the instant death that occurs by touching any of the scenery or getting hit by the various projectiles or birds. The second stage involves controlling Captain Planet himself as he fights his way to a ecovillain from the TV series.

Captain Planet and the Planeteers

Captain Planet and the Planeteers

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1991

Captain Planet was an amalgam of youths from around the world, and aimed to rid the world of global warming and climate change. His three foes in this game are Sly Sludge (who is trying to turn earth into a perma-sunny holiday resort, by using excess CFCs to destroy the ozone layer), Looten Plunder (who has kidnapped dolphins for experimentation) and Doctor Blight (who is destroying the rainforests). Controlling Captain Planet himself, you start off by flying into the screen, collecting time bonus and avoiding hitting stars. Once you've hit one, the main shoot 'em up body of the game...

Captain Planet and the Planeteers

Captain Planet and the Planeteers

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1991

Captain Planet was an amalgam of youths from around the world, and aimed to rid the world of global warming and climate change. His three foes in this game are Sly Sludge (who is trying to turn earth into a perma-sunny holiday resort, by using excess CFCs to destroy the ozone layer), Looten Plunder (who has kidnapped dolphins for experimentation) and Doctor Blight (who is destroying the rainforests). Controlling Captain Planet himself, you start off by flying into the screen, collecting time bonus and avoiding hitting stars. Once you've hit one, the main shoot 'em up body of the game...

Captive

Captive

Atari ST - Released - 1990

You awake in prison, without the memory of who you are, where you are and why you are imprisoned. In the corner of your cell you find a briefcase computer, which gives you the control over a unit of four droids. Now you must use these droids to find yourself, and free yourself. Captive has a sci-fi setting, but resembles more a fantasy RPGs with robots and droids. With the help of the droids you explore tech-dungeons and seek information, which leads to the next planet(s) on a path, the end of which is your cell. The movement and fighting is similar to games like Eye of the Beholder,...

Captive

Captive

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

You awake in prison, without the memory of who you are, where you are and why you are imprisoned. In the corner of your cell you find a briefcase computer, which gives you the control over a unit of four droids. Now you must use these droids to find yourself, and free yourself. Captive has a sci-fi setting, but resembles more a fantasy RPGs with robots and droids. With the help of the droids you explore tech-dungeons and seek information, which leads to the next planet(s) on a path, the end of which is your cell. The movement and fighting is similar to games like Eye of the Beholder,...

Catz

Catz

Nintendo Game Boy Color - December 1, 1999

Are you looking to adopt a pet but lack the time or space to take care of a real one? Then you may find CATZ to be of interest. Part of the small but popular virtual pet genre, CATZ lets you adopt a cat from one of three breeds: Siamese, Calico, or Persian. You can play with the pet first to decide if it's right for you. Once you've adopted the little gal or fella, it's up to you to take care of it: feed it, groom it, and play with it regularly if you want it to grow up to be a well-adjusted adult. If you mistreat your cat, your little pet will take off, never to return! Eventually, new breeds...

Championship Pool

Championship Pool

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1993

The game is a straight-forward, virtual version of pool and includes several games: eight-ball, nine-ball, three-ball, ten-ball, fifteen-ball, straight pool (14.1 continuous), rotation, equal offense and speed pool. The player may play against the computer or up to seven other players using the same console using the "Party Pool" (multiplayer) option. Other gameplay modes include "Tournament" (single-player, computer opponents), "Freestyle" (players make up own game rules) and "Challenge" (single-player, shot practice).

Championship Pool

Championship Pool

Nintendo Game Boy - November 1, 1993

Now... you can shoot real pool at home! Here's a straight game of 8-Ball to play against your friends - no trick stuff - with rock 'n' roll riffs dancing on your eardrums. All the thrills of one of the world's most popular games is yours whenever you want it, and you'll never even have to wait for a table! Championship Pool gives you all the excitement of pure pool play, with unique features you may not find in any other electronic billiards product. And this Game Boy pool game is officially endorsed by The Billiard Congress of America. - Pit yourself against the computer or...

Championship Pool

Championship Pool

Sega Genesis - January 1, 1993

Championship Pool is a pool game where players can 8-ball or 9-ball pool tournament that starts off with the BCA Regional Championship where the player must defeat 32 opponents in a first to four games match. If the player loses against any of the 32 opponents, they are then eliminated from the tournament. The winner of that then goes onto the World Championship.

Championship Pool

Championship Pool

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1993

Here's a straight game of 8-Ball to play against your friends - no trick stuff - with an angled view of the table and rock 'n' roll riffs dancing on your eardrums. All the thrills of one of the world's most popular games is yours whenever you want it, and you'll never even have to wait for a table! Championship Pool gives you all the excitement of pure pool play, with unique features you may not find in any other electronic billiards product. And this SNES pool game is officially endorsed by The Billiard Congress of America. Pit yourself against the computer or challenge up to 7 human...

The Chessmaster

The Chessmaster

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 1, 1991

Meet The Chessmaster. The strongest, most challenging chess program ever created for your Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The Chessmaster is a perfect teacher and a relentless foe. Beginners can learn from "Teach" and "Hint" modes, as well as the "Newcomer" levels of play. More experienced players can be challenged all the way up to the "Grandmaster" level!

Chessmaster

Chessmaster

Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 15, 1999

Prepare to challenge the longest running console chess series, THE CHESSMASTER. In this Game Boy version of the game, you can choose to play at any one of 16 different skill levels, ranging from beginner to expert. For those just learning to play chess, take advantage of the Teaching mode that will show you all of the best moves to make. This game has a variety of options for chess fans, as you can set up the board however you like to simulate classic chess situations and challenges. You can even make your opponent’s pieces invisible for an added challenge. If you make a wrong move, the game...

The Chessmaster 3-D

The Chessmaster 3-D

Sony Playstation - Released - January 1, 1996

Based on the popular computer chess program, The Chessmaster 3-D for the PlayStation allows players to challenge a friend or one of 12 virtual chess opponents. Each computer-controlled opponent is rated according to ability. There are also six unique chess sets (each with animated pieces) from which to choose, including Alphabet, Celestial, Deco, Mechanical, Modern, and Staunton. If you need assistance in deciding which pieces to move in order to secure a checkmate, the ChessMaster is available to lend a helping hand. You can perfect your chess playing skills using various teaching options;...

Chessmaster 5000

Chessmaster 5000

Windows - Released - August 1, 1996

Chessmaster II

Chessmaster II

Sony Playstation - Released - May 31, 1999

The most extensive and powerful chess game available on Playstation. Try to outwit over 90 characters as you go head to head to see who is the Chessmaster! Features 24 different chess sets and 64 human-like computer chess personalities.

Circuit Breakers

Circuit Breakers

Sony Playstation - Released - January 9, 1998

CIRCUIT BREAKERS is new kind of racing game. Rather than racing on road courses, the tracks are more like roller coaster rides, with hairpin turns and drastic drops. And, like a roller coaster, there are no walls to keep you on the track. So, missing a turn will throw you into the abyss and cost you valuable time. Your ability to stay on course is tested in three play modes: World Series, Battle, and Time Trial. In World Series, try to beat seven opponents in 16 different races. Battle mode allows you to challenge three friends to a race. If you find the track too crowded, tackle the Time...

Combat Course

Combat Course

MS-DOS - 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...

Commander Blood

Commander Blood

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

Bob Morlock is an interstellar businessman who also happens to be the oldest living being in the world. Feeling that his time to depart has finally come, Morlock wishes to go back in time to the very beginning, in order to witness the Big Bang and the creation of the universe. His company Kanary has a clone-constructing department, which promptly produces the fearless Clone Consortium Commander Blood, who must navigate his ultra-modern ship, the Ark, in order to fulfill the wishes of the eccentric boss. Commander Blood is a follow-up to Captain Blood. Like its predecessor, it is an...

Conan

Conan

Nintendo Entertainment System - February 1, 1991

n an age unheard of, where barbarous kingdoms battle for survival in a savage and unforgiving land... you stand alone. You, the great and mighty Conan, born of pure Cimmerian blood, will claim what must be yours... the throne of Aquilonia. Yet, beware! The journey is a dangerous one, with enemies and challenges at every turn. Flying demons assault you, fiendish spirits lash out, a nymph challenges you. What is her plan? Only Conan dares to know the difference between subtle temptress and menacing foe. Now, explore the entire world in the true adventures of Conan, the greatest barbarian hero...

Countdown: The Game

Countdown: The Game

Nintendo DS - Released - November 6, 2009

Counter Action

Counter Action

MS-DOS - Released - 1997

Counter Action is a real-time strategy released when, due to success of Command & Conquer, many clones started to appear. What really differs this game from almost all RTS-titles of that time is its setting. Game actions take place in World War 2 on the East front. Player can take command over both Russian or German armies with separate campaigns and 14 missions for each side. Another feature of Counter Action is an absence of macromanagement, i.e. there's no building/resource gathering involved in the game. One will only need to control his forces on a battlefield. However, in terms of...

Creatures

Creatures

Windows - Released - November 1, 1996

First game of the series, Creatures is a biological simulation where you start with six eggs of Norns, which you need to raise, give them knowledge about the world they live in, teach them how to speak, how to use toys, an elevator, how to eat etc. They will eventually grow older, reproduce themselves and die. The game uses its own genetics system, as well as biochemical and neurological calculations to determine the evolution of Norns and the way their DNA would develop in their descendants.

Creatures 2

Creatures 2

Windows - 1998

Creatures 2 is the sequel to Creatures. In Creatures 2 the player is again put in charge of caring for a group of artificial lifeforms called Norns. The player is responsible for making sure the Norns don't starve by providing them with food and making sure they stay healthy. Players must also make sure that the Norns don't die out by ensuring that the creatures breed.

Creatures 3

Creatures 3

Windows - December 1, 1999

You're trying to successfully breed a population of Norns. Norns are creatures that were created a thousand years ago by an advanced race called the Shee. Norns live for around seven hours, and have their own bloodstream, brains, and even a genetic structure called Creatures Digital DNA. With your help the Norns can thrive. You can protect them, teach them, breed them and even construct vast automated machines that help you in your quest.

Crossword Magic

Crossword Magic

Apple II - August 5, 1985

From the game's packaging: "Create, play, and print crossword puzzles! Become a wizard with words: Create, play, and print crossword puzzles effortlessly with Crossword Magic. Create puzzles to entertain and challenge your friends. Build puzzles to use as study aids, greeting cards, or invitations. Play puzzles on the computer or print them out. Let Crossword Magic work its spell on you."

D/Generation

D/Generation

MS-DOS - 1991

Something has gone horribly wrong at Genoq Biolabs, Singapore. You're just a courier, sent to the building to deliver a package. Now you're trapped inside, the security system has gone crazy, genetically engineered organisms are on the rampage and things look like they could get even worse... Make your way through 10 floors of isometric action and puzzles, trying to stay alive and discover what's going on. Talk to and rescue survivors, pick up armaments and log into computer terminals. What caused the Genoq disaster? What's inside the vital package you've got to deliver? What is the...

D/Generation

D/Generation

Commodore Amiga CD32 - Released - 1991

The game presents an isometric point of view of different interconnected, maze-like rooms that the player passes through floor by floor. Each room can require brains, brawn or both. All bioweapons present in a room must be killed and all air duct vents that they enter through sealed before proceeding further. The building's paranoid security system has predictably gone haywire, leaving rotating grenade launcher turrets, land mines, electrified floors and laser fences targeting humans. Less hostile puzzle elements are doors, the switches and computers that control them, keycards, infrared...

Dangerous Streets & Wing Commander

Dangerous Streets & Wing Commander

Commodore Amiga CD32 - 1994

A two game compilation that came packaged with the Amiga CD32 system. It includes the 2D one-on-one fighting game Dangerous Streets, and the futuristic space-combat simulator Wing Commander (in an AGA-enhanced version only available in this compilation).

Dare Devil Derby 3D

Dare Devil Derby 3D

Sony Playstation - Released - October 31, 1996

Dare Devil Derby 3D places you in a variety of races and includes 30 tracks through 10 different environments. There are a total of eight characters to play as, each with their own various traits. Single player modes of play are: grand prix, world series, championship, knockout, one-on-one, and speed trial. Each race has variations such as number of tracks, time limits, point systems, and number of computer opponents. Multi-player modes include: battle race, circuit race, battle comp, pro battle comp, circuit comp, and speed comp. Similar variations exist for multi-player modes as they...

Dark Sun: Wake of the Ravager

Dark Sun: Wake of the Ravager

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

After defeating the Drajian army, four former gladiator slaves journey to the recently liberated city of Tyr, whose evil sorcerer-king Kalak was recently slain. Although freed from Kalak's tyranny, Tyr is now defenseless against the ambition of the Dragon, a creature that came into existence as a transformation of a malevolent mage. The Dragon sends his powerful undead general the Lord Warrior to Tyr to conquer it and prepare for his coming. The heroes hook up with a rebel underground known as the Veiled Alliance and must oppose the Draxans and the Lord Warrior, while they are being secretly...

Days of Thunder

Days of Thunder

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1990

In the PC version, gameplay consisted of setting up the car, qualifying, and then the actual race event. If the player finished in a high enough position they would progress to the next circuit. Damage was calculated not by realistic damage displayed on the car but a "cracked dashboard" bar indicator, with cracks appearing along the dashboard when the player hits something. The in-game graphics in the PC version paled in comparison to the still-screen graphics it had. This was due to polygonal graphics being used as opposed to sprites, rendering the car, track, and trackside details in...

Days of Thunder

Days of Thunder

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1992

"Let me drive. You build me a car and I'll win Daytona next year." Think so, huh? You're raw, untested. You've never driven a stock car before in your life. You're up against the stock car greats. And you just made one very big promise. Now you've got to fulfill it. Put up or shut up. Lay it on the line. You're Cole Trickle, rookie driver, and you're about to experience all the engine-roaring, tire-screeching stock car action of the movie Days of Thunder. Better buckle up.

Deja Vu II: Lost in Las Vegas

Deja Vu II: Lost in Las Vegas

Apple IIGS - Released - 1989

Deja Vu II: Lost in Las Vegas is a point-and-click adventure game, the sequel to Deja Vu: a Nightmare Comes True, set in the world of 1940s hard-boiled detective novels and movies. It was the last game made in the MacVenture series.

Deja Vu II: Lost in Las Vegas

Deja Vu II: Lost in Las Vegas

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

Déjà Vu II: Lost in Las Vegas is the sequel to Déjà Vu: A Nightmare Comes True. This time you wake up in Las Vegas with great headache and realize that you are Ace Harding, who has to find $112,000 of recently murdered Chicago's racketeer Joey Siegel for his boss and Las Vegas' mobster Tony Malone. You have a choice to find money in one week or classical "or else". Just for formality you are watched by Malone's thug Stogie Martin. During the investigation in Noir style you can collect and use items, talk to characters and make some decisions. The game has a multiple windows interface, which...

Deja Vu: A Nightmare Comes True!!

Deja Vu: A Nightmare Comes True!!

Apple IIGS - Released - 1988

D-Generation

D-Generation

Apple II - 1989

Dinosaur Safari

Dinosaur Safari

Windows 3.X - Released - 1996

Dinosaur Safari is designed to recreate the world that you would encounter if time travel were really possible. Instead of bringing the Dinosaurs to the modern world, Dinosaur Safari takes you to the world of the DInosaurs. Developed in collaboration with designers and scientists from the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, this multimedia adventure provides hours of enjoyment travelling through time, hunting dinosaurs, and collecting their photos. Dinosaurs are seen in realistic environments which reflect current knowledge of Mesozoic plant and animal life, geography, and ecology. Filled...

Dirty Harry

Dirty Harry

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1990

Dirty Harry is based on the popular Clint Eastwood movie character of "Dirty" Harry Callahan (rather than the specific movie "Dirty Harry"), a cop famous for his use of a .44 magnum for doing away with evildoers, and for his catchphrase, "Go ahead, make my day." In fact, the game begins with a digitized sample of that quote. The game play consists primarily of side-scrolling action. Dirty Harry can punch and kick the copious thugs that assault him using their own fists, guns, baseball bats, nets, and dynamite. The hero can also pull is .44 and aim it in 5 directions in order to pick off...

Dogz

Dogz

Nintendo Game Boy Color - December 1, 1999

Are you looking to adopt a pet but lack the time or space to take care of a real one? Then you may find DOGZ to be of interest. Part of the small but popular virtual pet genre, DOGZ lets you adopt a dog from one of three breeds: Chihuahua, Scottie, or mutt. You can play with the pet first to decide if it's right for you. Once you've adopted the little gal or fella, it's up to you to take care of it: feed it, groom it, and play with it regularly if you want it to grow up to be a well-adjusted adult. If you mistreat your dog, though, your little pet will take off! Eventually, new breeds of dogs...

Dragon Lore

Dragon Lore

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - April 1, 1994

You are Werner Von Wallenrod, an orphan living in a vivid, surreal realm lost in time. Your father has been murdered by the evil knight, Haagen Von Diakonov, who has sworn to destroy everything you know and love. You are untried, unproven, and now you must take up the sword, shield, mace, and battle-ax to defend your homeland. Can you survive Diakonov's challenge? Can you attain the rank of DragonKnight? Can you rally support and defeat all who oppose you? Dragon Lore... it's more than you ever imagined. *Dynamic first person view puts you in the action. *Spectacular full-screen 3-D...

Dragon Lore: The Legend Begins

Dragon Lore: The Legend Begins

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

You are Werner Von Wallenrod, an orphan living in a vivid, surreal realm lost in time. Your father died in mysterious circumstances when you were just a baby. Now, as you reach your majority, it is time for you to learn the truth about your heritage. You are untried, unproven, and now you must take up the sword, shield, mace, and battle-ax to claim your rightful place among the legendary warriors of the Valley. Can you rally support and defeat all who oppose you? Can you attain the rank of Dragon Knight? Can you discover the truth and avenge your father’s death? Plunged into a terrifying...

Dropzone

Dropzone

Nintendo Game Boy - January 1, 1992

Dropzone is an Action game, developed by Eurocom Entertainment Software and published by Mindscape Inc., which was released in Europe in 1992.

Dropzone

Dropzone

Nintendo Entertainment System - August 1, 1992

On the surface of Jupiter's moon, Io, a scientific research base is under attack by aliens. The player dons a jetpack armed with a laser, a cloaking device and three smart bombs, to rescue the scientists and return them to the base.

Family Fortunes

Family Fortunes

Nintendo Wii - Released - October 23, 2009

Play your familey's favourite quiz game together at home: can you predict what 100 people thought were the best answers to surprising questions? - Play with your own Mii characters! - 'Virtual Vernon' hosts your game! - Answer 2,000 questions from the Family Fortunes Surveys! - Exciting quiz game for your whole family: everyone can play! - Play the Single, Double and Big Money rounds. - Multiplayer mode: competition between 2 families / teams!

Family Fortunes

Family Fortunes

Nintendo DS - October 23, 2009

Fire Fighter

Fire Fighter

Nintendo Game Boy - 1992

The heat is on! You play a hero, Eric the fire fighter and your mission is to rescue people from some very bizarre situations. Armed with just your trusty hose, or any other weapons picked up, you enter blazing buildings battling against the forces of each flamed-filled environment. Carry men, women or children in a "Fireman's Lift" to the safety of the ambulance or jump out of the window...but make sure your friends are there to catch you! Watch the time! There are still people to find, you must keep the fire under control...or you will find it too hot to handle? - 10 massive and...

Flight of the Intruder

Flight of the Intruder

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1991

The player configures each plane's loadout for your mission, plans the mission package, then fly your missions. The player's task is to configure the planes and to plan and execute each mission, commanding multiple sections of each plane.

Forbidden Castle

Forbidden Castle

Apple II - August 13, 1985

Forbidden Castle is an Adventure game, developed by Mindscape and published by Angelsoft, which was released in 1985.

Gangster

Gangster

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

Gangster is a single screen shooter using a LightGun where you play the role of a Downtown Cop who has been assigned by your boss to prevent a big prison escape over three screens. You have to shoot a certain amount of prisoners on each screen with limited ammo and you cannot let a certain amount escape or you lose one of three lives. Shooting police cars, hostages, or running out of ammo also loses a life. The three screens contains the following: Jailbreak: Viewed from a 1st person perspective as you are standing outside the prison with a huge hole in the wall. You must shoot any prisoner...

Gauntlet

Gauntlet

Apple IIGS - Released - 1988

Gauntlet II

Gauntlet II

Nintendo Entertainment System - September 1, 1990

The gameplay is very similar to the original Gauntlet, a topdown dungeon crawl supporting up to four players. The biggest difference from the original game is that players can choose identical classes, instead of being limited to a particular one for each joystick; the players being differentiated by colors. Thus, instead of having a "warrior", "wizard", and "valkyrie" (for instance), in Gauntlet II there could be a "red wizard", a "blue elf" and a "green warrior".

Gauntlet II

Gauntlet II

Nintendo Game Boy - 1990

The arcade megahit comes to the Game Boy! Experience all the genuine arcade action, including the original digitized sound and spellbinding graphics, in over 100 arcade mazes complete with sorcerous secret rooms, traps, monster generators, transporters, force fields, and villains — it's all here. One to four players can get in on the arcade action with Nintendo's Game Boy "Game Link". This is the Gauntlet you won't want to lay down!

Gods

Gods

Sega Genesis - Released - January 1, 1992

Hercules is aiming to achieve immortality by completing the task the Gods have set him. His task is presented as a platform adventure set in ancient Greece, featuring a variety of enemies as you play it through. Of more significance, however, is the game's Artificial Intelligence system, in which creatures monitor how you play, and try to find safer positions. Also, the game offers more bonuses and power-ups if you're struggling to progress. Even without those, there are lots of bonus sections to find and unlock.

Gods

Gods

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1992

In a city of doom and despair, lost in the annals of time, there awaits for one fearless soul, the prize humanity has eternally sought: Immortality. You are Hercules the Unconquered. The only warrior who can challenge the City of the Gods, and you have the chance to achieve this prize. But immortality does not come cheaply. At every level, controlled by four hideous Guardians, lunatic beasts attack and attack again. The pursuit is relentless as they conspire to steal your weapons, your treasures, and your very life! Secure the secret of immortality and return to Mount Olympus to take your...

Golden Balls

Golden Balls

Nintendo Wii - Released - December 5, 2008

Based on the TV show of the same name. Bluff your opponents through four rounds to win the five golden balls with a maximum amount of cash! Features: * Based on the Hit TV show. * Jasper Carrott as a teasing master of ceremonies. * Compete against contestants who will lie cheat or bluff to vote you off. * Manipulate and challenge your way to the final showdown. Bluff your opponents through 4 rounds to win the five golden balls with a maximum amount of cash!Each victory improves player’s rank and unlocks increasingly competent liars and manipulators for a renewed and gradual...

Goldfinger

Goldfinger

Apple II - August 15, 1986

The player must stop Auric Goldfinger from taking the world's gold supply, stop the destruction of Kentucky, deal with Pussy Galore and even a fight with Oddjob. Not much for old 007 to do actually - it's all in a day's work (or is it adventure)?

The Halley Project

The Halley Project

Apple II - August 17, 1985

The Halley Project is game developed for the Apple II, Commodore 64, Atari 8-bit family, by Omar Khudari and Tom Snyder and published by Mindscape in 1985. It was ported to the Amiga with updated graphics in 1986. In The Halley Project, the player assumes the role of a star pilot whose mission is to travel between the various bodies of the solar system. The game opens with a mix of electric guitar music and actual digitized speech — a considerable feat considering the limitations of the Apple II,

Hostage: Rescue Mission

Hostage: Rescue Mission

Apple IIGS - Released - 1990

I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!

I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!

Nintendo Wii - Released - November 6, 2009

I'm a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! is the ultimate Swiss Family Robinson as ten celebrities are dropped into the heart of the jungle to face fun and comedic challenges designed to test their survival skills. America is the puppetmaster, controlling their favorite celebrities by putting them into challenges and tasks to win food, supplies and luxury items. In each episode, friendships will be tested, hilarity will ensue and viewers will decide which celebrities stay or go. The last remaining star will be crowned King or Queen of the Jungle, winning a substantial cash prize for their favorite...

Indiana Jones And The Temple of Doom

Indiana Jones And The Temple of Doom

Apple II - August 18, 1988

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom is an action game released in 1988 for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The game is based on the arcade game and film of the same name. The resulting product differed from the arcade version in several aspects, but kept the same underlying premise and style. By December 1988, there were two versions of the game available, distributed by Tengen and Mindscape, although the software itself was identical. After a lawsuit, Tengen's unlicensed version was pulled from the shelves and Mindscape's became the standard. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom gives...

Indiana Jones in Revenge of the Ancients

Indiana Jones in Revenge of the Ancients

Apple II - 1987

Indiana Jones in Revenge of the Ancients is a text adventure game. Hack your way through the steaming, tangled Mexican jungle. Fight off the onrush of vertigo as you grope through the treacherous, tunnel maze in the treasure-laden Tepotzteco Pyramid. Tighten your grip as you dangle from the wing of an airborne World War I DeHavilland. Whatever it takes, Indiana Jones must stop the cruel Nazi, Plebinheim, and his SS thugs from unleashing the power of the Mazatec Power Key against the world. Vicious bats, venomous snakes, marauding bandits - even for the daring Indiana Jones, this is going to be...

Indoor Sports

Indoor Sports

Apple II - Released - 1987

Indoor Sports is a computer game developed by DesignStar's SportTime and first published in the U.S. by Mindscape in 1987 for the Commodore 64. It was converted to many other platforms, particularly in Europe where it was published by Databyte, Advance Software and Tynesoft (depending on platform).

Infiltrator

Infiltrator

Atari 800 - Released - 1986

Infiltrator is split into two different game styles; first, a helicopter and combat simulation to get to an enemy base, then an isometric view ground game in which you sneak into a base using your limited inventory items to escape detection. The Atari version requires changing disks between the different mission types.

Infiltrator

Infiltrator

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1990

You're Captain Johnny "Jimbo-Baby" McGibbits - The Infiltrator: Ace helicopter pilot, ballistics expert, rock star, motorcycle racer, and all-around good guy. Your assignment: Stop the Mad Leader before he fulfills his life-long goal of total world destruction. Fly through enemy airspace in your Gizmo DHX-3 Attack Chopper, better known as "The Snuffmaster." If hostile aircraft try to stop you, let 'em have it with a few rounds of cannon fire or a heat-seeking missile. Locate your target area, then land your Chopper and carry out the specified ground mission before time runs out. The fate of...

Into the Eagle's Nest

Into the Eagle's Nest

Commodore 64 - Released - January 1, 1987

"Pandora's first game combines the Gauntlet style with the World War 2 setting, and specifically the Eagle's Nest building which is being used by a commander as his HQ. Three Allied soldiers have been captured, and you must infiltrate the facilities, rescue your brave comrades, destroy the building, and salvage as much of the stolen art treasures as possible. There are eight levels to explore, each with a specific mission objective. Some of the paintings are loose, others are in crates which must first be shot. Explosives must be collected, not shot. With limited ammunition, guards...

James Bond 007: A View to a Kill

James Bond 007: A View to a Kill

MS-DOS - Released - 1985

You are James Bond 007 and you must stop Max Zorin from destroying Silicon Valley and dominating the microchip market. If you fail, Max Zorin will flood Silicon Valley by creating a major earthquake. The gameplay is similar to Goldfinger but it doesn't follow the movie as closely. The game will take you to the Siberian Mountains, Paris, and San Francisco.

James Bond 007: Goldfinger

James Bond 007: Goldfinger

MS-DOS - Released - 1986

The player must stop Auric Goldfinger from taking the world's gold supply, stop the destruction of Kentucky, deal with Pussy Galore and even a fight with Oddjob. Not much for old 007 to do actually - it's all in a day's work (or is it adventure)?

John Saul's Blackstone Chronicles

John Saul's Blackstone Chronicles

Windows - October 31, 1998

John Saul's Blackstone Chronicles is an Adventure game, developed by Legend Entertainment and published by Mindscape Inc., which was released in 1998.

The King of Chicago

The King of Chicago

MS-DOS - Released - 1987

With Al Capone out of the picture, Chicago's prohibition-era profit is up for grabs. Are you merciless and cunning enough to gain it by whatever means are required? Every action you take has complex long-term consequences which are not always obvious at the time. You must keep your people on your side, watching what you say and do, knowing that an overthrow could be hatched at any moment. Look after your woman as well - who's going to respect a single mobster? The money has to be juggled in these ways, not forgetting to reach an 'understanding' with the Mayor to avoid any negative...

Knightmare

Knightmare

Commodore Amiga - December 1, 1991

Knightmare is a computer game on the Amiga and Atari ST computer systems. It was released in 1991 by Mindscape International Ltd. Knightmare is Dungeon Master style 3D rpg adventure game.

The Last Starfighter

The Last Starfighter

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 1, 1990

You're the best there is-the #1 arcade champion. Now your special talents are needed desperately by another galaxy... where the game is about to become reality. Rylos is under attack by the alien forces of Xur and the Ko-Dan Armada. You must repel waves of Xurian fighters, then land and destroy each Command Ship before it penetrates the Frontier and devestates another planet. Experience the excitement of the classic science-fiction movie adventure The Last Starfighter as you battle your way through 15 explosive levels of non-stop, high-speed action.

Legend

Legend

Commodore Amiga - 1992

Legend uses an isometric perspective, giving the player an overall picture of the surroundings and the chance to independently control each of the four-man team. Initially, the player is given four heroic characters: a Wizard, a Bard, a Fighter and an Assassin. Combat is played in real-time with the player given control over each of your men. Fighters tend to look after themselves, but your wizard will require precise moves when aiming and casting spells. As with other games of this ilk, you will find many magical items and weapons left scattered around the many dungeons, including mystical...

Lego Island

Lego Island

Windows - October 2, 1997

Lego Island is a Lego-based action-adventure comedy video game developed by Mindscape. Released for Microsoft Windows on October 2, 1997, the game is the first in the Lego Island series, and the first Lego video game overall, followed by Lego Island 2: The Brickster's Revenge, Island Xtreme Stunts and respective Lego sets.

Les Incollables CE1 - CE2

Les Incollables CE1 - CE2

Nintendo DS - Released - April 24, 2008

Les Incollables CM1 - CM2

Les Incollables CM1 - CM2

Nintendo DS - Released - April 28, 2008

Liberation: Captive II

Liberation: Captive II

Commodore Amiga CD32 - 1994

Liberation: Captive II is an Amiga role-playing video game that was written by Byte Engineers and published by Mindscape in 1994. It is the sequel to Captive. Although Liberation was released for the Amiga computer, it was one of the few titles developed primarily with the Amiga CD32 in mind. Specifically, it features long cut-scenes, voice acting, and a CD-quality soundtrack - the title of which has been re-recorded by the original composer, Mark Knight, for the Amiga Immortal 4 remix CD.

Liberation: Captive II

Liberation: Captive II

Commodore Amiga - 1994

Liberation is the sequel to Captive, where the main character from the original is now a free man. However, your character is drawn into action once again after a political assassination and a corporate cover-up by BioCorp, one of the ruling multinational companies. With aid from your four droids you are able to search the city for victims, those used in the cover-ups, of BioCorp. With each minor victory your intent becomes clearer - to persuade the Emperor in regaining control over the corporate hegemony. Liberation is set in a large futuristic city and is a free-range, open-ended RPG. As...

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