The best classic and old school Flip-screen games

Gold Rush!

Gold Rush!

Gold Rush! is a graphic adventure created by Sierra in 1989 for MS-DOS, Amiga, Atari ST, and other platforms. The game is set in the old west during the gold rush, and it uses an improved version of the AGI engine.

Year: 1989 Genre: Adventure Updated: 2021-02-18Tags: agi engine flip-screen graphic adventure north america wild west

Kid Gloves

Kid Gloves

Kid Gloves is a platformer created by Timothy Closs for the Amiga and Atari ST. The game was released for free on the cover disk of Amiga Power in June 1991. With levels set in Anc...

Year: 1990 Genre: Platformer Updated: 2021-05-29Tags: coverdisk flip-screen jumper platform

Mr. Do!

Mr. Do!

Mr. Do! is popular arcade released in 1982 by Universal Co. The game was ported to many platforms including Atari 2600, Apple II, Atari 8-bit, ColecoVision, MSX, and many others. ...

Year: 1985 Genre: Arcade Updated: 2020-05-31Tags: arcade coin-up conversion flip-screen maze

Weird Dreams

Weird Dreams

Weird Dreams is an action-adventure created by James Hutchby and Herman Serrano for the Atari ST and released by Rainbird in 1989. Later it was ported to Amiga, Commodore 64, and MS-DOS.

Year: 1989 Genre: Adventure Updated: 2021-04-06Tags: action-adventure atari st flip-screen horror puzzle-solving supernatural

The Gold of the Aztecs

The Gold of the Aztecs

The Gold of the Aztecs is an action-adventure created by Kinetica and published by U.S. Gold in 1990 for the Amiga, Atari ST and MS-DOS. The game is set in Mexico. The hero, a sor...

Year: 1990 Genre: Action Updated: 2020-05-17Tags: action-adventure archaeology flip-screen history jungle

Spellbound

Spellbound

Spellbound is an adventure-platformer created by David Jones for Mastertronic. It was published under the label Mastertronic Added Dimension in 1985 for the ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC.

Year: 1986 Genre: Adventure Updated: 2021-02-08Tags: flip-screen graphic adventure platform puzzle platformer

The Legend of William Tell

The Legend of William Tell

Crossbow: The Legend Of William Tell, or simply Legend Of William Tell, is an action-adventure created by Intelligent Design, based on the TV series of the '80s featuring the Swiss national hero William Tell.

Year: 1990 Genre: Action Updated: 2021-06-01Tags: action-adventure flip-screen licensed puzzle-solving tv series

Knight Tyme

Knight Tyme

Knight Tyme is a graphic adventure published by Mastertronic in 1986 for 8-bit platforms, initially from the ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC, later for Commdore 64 and MSX. The game wa...

Year: 1986 Genre: Adventure Updated: 2020-10-04Tags: 2d fantasy flip-screen graphic adventure puzzle-solving science fiction zx spectrum

Voodoo Nightmare

Voodoo Nightmare

Voodoo Nightmare is an isometric action adventure game with puzzle elements, created originally for the Atari ST in 1990 by Zippo Games and then converted to Amiga..

Year: 1990 Genre: Action Updated: 2020-08-01Tags: action-adventure atari st flip-screen isometric jungle maze puzzle-solving

Exolon

Exolon

Exolon is flip-screen, run and gun platformer with puzzle elements designed by Raffaele Cecco and published by Hewson for several 8-bit computers including ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64 and Amstrad CPC.

Year: 1989 Genre: Shooter Updated: 2021-03-30Tags: flip-screen platform-shooter puzzle platformer run and gun

The Pharaoh's Curse

The Pharaoh's Curse

The Pharaoh's Curse is a platformer developed by Steve Coleman originally for the Atari 400/800. It was published in 1983 by Synapse Software, who ported it also to Commodore 64 and VIC-20.

Year: 1983 Genre: Platformer Updated: 2020-09-14Tags: ancient egypt archaeology atari 8-bit flip-screen metroidvania