Enemy: Tempest Of Violence is a platformer action-adventure created by Anachronia for the Amiga and published originally in 1997. The developer released an improved version, called...
Ivan "Ironman" Stewart's Super Off Road, or simply Ironman Offroad Racing, is a racing game created originally as an arcade in 1989 by Leland Corporation. The game, designed and pr...
Dark Seed 2 is a horror point-and-click adventure based on the work of the artist H. R. Giger. The game was created by Cyberdreams and released in 1995 for Windows 3.x, three years later the release of the first Dark Seed.
Montezuma's Revenge is a side-scrolling platformer published by Parker Brothers and released for Apple II, Atari 5200, Atari 8-bit, Commodore 64, and other 8-bit platforms in 1984.
Legend is a 3D Isometric fantasy role-playing game developed by Mindscape and published by The Software Toolworks in 1992 for the Amiga, Atari ST, and DOS. The title, known in the U.
Death Gate is a graphic adventure officially based on the Death Gate cycle, a series of novels by Margaret Weis e Tracy Hickman. The game was developed by Legend Entertainment and released for PC in 1994.
Knight Lore is an isometric action-adventure developed by Tim and Chris Stamper and published by Ultimate Play The Game. The title was released in November 1984 for ZX Spectrum, and one year later for MSX, BBC Micro and Amstrad CPC.
Bomb Jack Beer Edition is a Bomb Jack clone for the Amiga created by Graeme Cowie (Mcgeezer) and released in the public domain in 2018. Unlike the official Amiga port, this edition...
Tiny Bobble is a modern conversion for Amiga of the famous coin-up Bubble Bobble. The fantastic work, made by Bartman and Pink of the demo scene group called "Abyss," started in 2018.
Worlds of Legend: Son of the Empire is an isometric RPG developed by Mindscape, released in 1993 for the Amiga and MS-DOS. It's the direct sequel to Legends (also known as The Four Crystals Of Trazere), released in 1992.
Vampire Killer is a videogame created by Konami for MSX computers and released in 1986. It's been defined as an alternative version of Castlevania, released one month before, for the Famicom.
Treasure Island Dizzy is a 2D platform-adventure developed by The Highlanders and published by Codemasters initially in 1988 for ZX Spectrum, then ported to Atari ST, Amiga and Commodore 64.