Championship Manager is the second chapter of the famous football manager videogame series, developed by Sports Interactive and published by Domark in 1995. Compared to the first c...
Star Wars is an arcade created by Atari in 1983, during the "golden age" of the arcade games. Using 3D vector graphics, the game is first person space sim, simulating the attack on the Death Star from the 1977 Star Wars movie.
Championship Manager 93 is the second chapter of the popular series of football management sim created by Paul and Oliver Collyer, founders of Sports Interactive. The game was released for PC and Amiga by Domark.
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back is the sequel to the famous arcade developed by Atari in 1983. The cabinet of The Empire Strikes Back was released in 1985, as an upgrade to the first one.
Klax is a puzzle game created by Atari Games and published in 1990 for arcades and home computers. The object is to catch assorted color falling tiles and create rows, columns, or diagonals of a single color.
007: Licence to Kill is an arcade shooter developed by Quixel and published by Domark limited in December 1989. The game is based off the hit James Bond movie of the same name, and it follows through with the movie plot.
AV-8B Harrier Assault is a combat flight simulator/realtime strategy game developed by Simis and first published by Domark in 1992 for the Amiga, then in 1993 for DOS and Atari ST.
Star Wars: Return of the Jedi is an arcade game created by Atari in 1984 and despite the title of the third movie, it's the sequel to the first Star Wars game (the third game, The Empire Strikes Back, was released one year later).
Badlands is an racing arcade created by Atari Games in 1989 and ported to Amiga, Commodore 64, Atari ST and ZX Spectrum by Domark. It is the spiritual successor to Super Sprint but with a post-apocalyptic theme.
Typhoon Thompson in Search for the Sea Child (other than a mouthful) is a remake of Airheart also by Dan Gorlin. It was developed by Dan Gorlin Productions and published by Brøderbund (Domark in Europe) in 1989 for Atari ST.