Quake II doesn't need any introduction. The first-person shooter created by id Software was released in December 1997. The legendary John Carmack worked personally on coding this gem, that was not planned to be a sequel to Quake.
Pitfall: the Mayan Adventure is a side-scrolling action platformer. It's the forth game in the Pitfall series. It was developed by Activision in partnership with Redline games and published by Activision in 1994.
Prophecy: the Fall of Trinadon is a single-player action RPG designed by Richard L. Seaborne and published by Activision in 1989 for the MS-DOS. In a world dominated by a tyrant named Krellane, wars and rebellions are commonplace.
Wonder Boy in Monster Land is the second game in the famous series of 2d platformers created by SEGA. Released originaly as an arcade in 1986, the game was ported to Master System ...
Deuteros: The Next Millennium is a sci-fi strategy/exploration game designed by Ian Bird, the sequel to Millennium 2.2. The game was published by Activision for the Amiga and Atari ST in 1991.
Hunter is a 3D action adventure created by Paul Holmes and published by Activision in 1991 for the Amiga and Atari ST. It is considered the first successful example of "sandbox" video game based on free roaming in a 3d environment.
R-Type II is the sequel to the original R-type and is a side-scrolling arcade shooter developed and published by Irem in 1989 in arcades only. It soon made its way onto multiple pl...
Little Computer People is an incredibly advanced life simulation game created in 1985 by Activision for the Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Atari ST and Apple II. An Amiga version was released in 1987.
Rampage is a popular coin-up created by Bally Midway in 1986. It was ported to Commodore 64, Atari ST and Atari 8-bit in 1987. Later it was also released for Amiga, NES, Apple II, ...
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 and Atari 5200.