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Crazy Cars III

Crazy Cars III (re-released later as Lamborghini: American Challenge) is the third entry in the Crazy Cars series and was developed and published by Titus France in 1992 for Amiga, DOS, Atari and others....

Year: 1992 Genre: Racing Updated: 2017-09-27 Tags: behind view automobile street racing

Pitfall II: Lost Caverns

Pitfall II: Lost Caverns is the sequel to the award-winning PItfall by David Crane and was developed and published by Activision in 1984 for 9 different platforms including Apple II, Commodore 64, Colecovision...

Year: 1984 Genre: Platformer Updated: 2017-10-09 Tags: arcade atari 5200 atari 2600

Wizardry: Crusaders of the Dark Savant

Wizardry: Crusaders of the Dark Savant is the 7th chapter in the fantasy RPG series, Wizardry, and was developed and published by Sir-Tech in 1992 for MS-DOS. In 1996 a remake was published with the title...

Year: 1992 Genre: Role Playing Updated: 2017-08-08 Tags: fantasy sci-fi/futuristic turn-based

The Activision Decathlon

The Activision Decathlon, or simply Decathlon, is a sports simulation created by David Crane initially for the Atari 2600 and published in 1983. It was then ported to MSX, Colecovision, Atari 5200 and...

Year: 1984 Genre: Sports Updated: 2017-10-06 Tags: olympic games race jump simulation

Virus 2000

Virus 2000 (a.k.a. V2000) is the remake/sequel to the 1987 David Braben game, Zarch (later Virus), and was developed by Frontier Developments and published by Grolier Interactive in 1998 for PlayStation...

Year: 1998 Genre: Shooter Updated: 2017-06-04 Tags: arcade shooter flight sci-fi 3d

Pitfall!

Pitfall!, also known as Pitfall Harry's Jungle Adventure, is a legendary platformer designed and programmed by David Crane in 1982 for the Atari 2600. In this game you are Pitfall Harry, a hero vaguely...

Year: 1983 Genre: Platformer Updated: 2017-10-02 Tags: arcade platform atari 2600

Prophecy: Viking Child

Prophecy: Viking Child (a.ka. Prophecy I: The Viking Child) is a fantasy platform game developed by Imagitec Design and published by GameTek in 1990 initially for the Amiga and Atari ST. It was ported...

Year: 1991 Genre: Platformer Updated: 2017-09-26 Tags: fantasy 2d mythological

Gloom

Gloom is famous for being the first Doom clone to be released for the Amiga. It was developed by Black Magic and released by Guildhall in 1995 for Amiga with AGA chipset. Despite the look and feel, the...

Year: 1995 Genre: Shooter Updated: 2017-09-23 Tags: sci-fi/futuristic shooter fps 3d co-op amiga 1st person

Yo! Joe! Beat the Ghosts

Yo! Joe! Beat the Ghosts is a 2 players platformer created originally for the Amiga by a small company called Scipio and published by Hudson Soft/Blue Byte in 1993. The game was also ported to DOS. The...

Year: 1993 Genre: Platformer Updated: 2017-09-22 Tags: arcade 2players co-op

Crazy Cars

Crazy Cars is an arcade racing game developed and published by Titus France in 1987 originally for the Amiga. It was ported to multiple other systems the following year. It saw 2 sequels making it a full...

Year: 1987 Genre: Racing Updated: 2017-09-15 Tags: arcade driving automobile street racing

European Champions

European Champions is a football sim created by Audiogenic Software and released by Ocean in 1993 for the Amiga and MS-DOS. One year later it was ported to Atari ST. It is the sequel to Emlyn Hughes International...

Year: 1993 Genre: Sports Updated: 2017-09-17 Tags: sports soccer/football european management

Nebulus

Nebulus (known as Tower Toppler in the US) is an action platformer developed and designed by John M Phillips initially for the ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64. Later it was ported to Amiga, Atari ST, Amstrad...

Year: 1988 Genre: Platformer Updated: 2017-09-14 Tags: arcade action

Brat

Brat is an action puzzle game developed by Foursfield and published by Image Works in 1991 for the Amiga and Atari ST. The game features isometric graphics and a simple point-and-click interface. In this...

Year: 1991 Genre: Puzzler Updated: 2017-08-11 Tags: action isometric

The Oregon Trail

The Oregon Trail was developed way back in 1971 on university mainframes then jumped over to early 8-bit home computer systems. Continuing through 4 decades it has reappeared in many editions (at least...

Year: 1990 Genre: Simulation Updated: 2017-09-09 Tags: educational simulation text-based geography history