Vaders (also know as Vader) is a vertical scrolling shooter developed by Softgang for the Amiga and released in 1987 by Anco. Sadly, it is known as one of the worst games ever created for this platform.
Geisha is a graphic adventure for adults, created by Tomahawk and published by Coktel Vision in 1990 for the Amiga, Atari ST, and MS-DOS. Set in futuristic Japan, the game designed...
Arcticfox is one of the first 3D games ever created for the Amiga. It puts the player in the cockpit of a futuristic tank, on an alien world covered by snow. The game, developed by...
Harley-Davidson: The Road to Sturgis is a driving game officially licensed by Harley Davidson. The game was developed by Incredible Technologies and published by Mindscape in 1990 for PC, then ported to Amiga and Atari ST.
Chex Quest 2 is a 3D first-person shooter created by Digital Cafe and released in 1996. It's a so-called advergame since it was distributed together with the Chex cereals in 1996. It is, of course, the sequel to Chex Quest.
KGB (also known as Conspiracy) is a graphic adventure created by the french studio Cryo and published by Virgin Games for PC and Amiga in 1992. The game uses the engine of Dune, also created by Cryo.
After the War is a post-apocalyptic action game created by the Spanish software house Dinamic Software in 1989 for 8-bit platforms - ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64 - and 16-bit platforms - Atari ST and Amiga.
Killing Cloud is a sci-fi action-strategy game set in a cyberpunk San Francisco in the year 1997. It was developed by Vektor Grafix initially for Atari ST, then later ported to Amiga and MS-DOS.
Aliens: Alien 2 is a platform shooter created by Squaresoft and released exclusively in Japan for MSX computers. As you can imagine from the title, it's the official videogame base...
Black Orchid is a fantasy turn-based strategy game created by Mundane Software for Atari ST and initially distributed via mail-order. In 1989 it was ported to Amiga and distributed by Actual Screenshots (CRL) with the name Legend.
Eliminator is a sci-fi arcade/shooter designed by John M. Phillips and developed by Hewson initially for the Atari ST. It was published in 1988 also for the Amiga, Commodore 64, in 1988 for Atari ST, Amstrad CPC, and ZX Spectrum.
Projectyle is a futuristic sports game created by the two founders of Eldritch the Cat, Steve Wetherill, and Marc Dawson. The game was developed initially for the Atari ST and was published in 1990 for ST and Amiga.