Backyard Baseball is a baseball game created by Humongous Entertainment and released for Windows and Macintosh in 1997. It's the first of a long series of successful titles, the last one of which was released in 2015.
Claw is a 2D platformer developed and published by Monolith Productions as a PC exclusive in 1997. Despite the fanmade adaptations and the repeated attempts to continue the story officially, it did not receive any sequel.
Disney's Aladdin, one of the most successful port from a movie to videogame, is a 2D side scrolling platformer developed by Virgin Games based on the Disney 1992 motion picture. Graphics and animation were created by Disney itself.
The Lion King is the video game adaptation of the Disney movie with the same title and was developed by Westwood Studios and published by Virgin Interactive Entertainment in 1994. ...
Jazz Jackrabbit 2 is a side-scrolling platformer produced by Epic Games (at that time under the name Epic MegaGames) and, after an accidental confirmation by Arjan Brussee in 1994, it was published in 1998 for Windows.
Disney's The Jungle Book is a platformer created by Virgin Interactive (aka Virgin Games) based on the 1967 Disney animated film. The team behind Aladdin (including David Bishop an...
Superfrog is a platformer created for the Amiga by Team 17 and released initially in 1993. One year later the game was ported to MS-DOS. With a lot of colors and nice animations, the game is totally violence free.
Dragon's Lair is a famous cinematic video game created initially as a laserdisc in 1983 by Don Bluth and Rick Dyer. Several home computer adaptations were released during the 1980s...
Gobliins 2 is the second chapter in the series of adventure-puzzle games developed by Coktel Vision; Sierra On-Line released it in 1992 for the Amiga, Atari ST MS-DOS. Making a funny game is not an easy task.
Duck Tales: The Quest for Gold is a game based on the Disney animated series Duck Tales. Developed by Incredible Technologies, it was released in 1990 for Amiga, Apple II, Atari ST, Commodore 64, and MS-DOS.