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.
Rainbow Islands is the sequel to Bubble Bobble and was developed and published by Taito in 1987 for arcade only. It would remain arcade only until 1990 when it was ported to the Amiga, Commodore 64 and others.
The Great Giana Sisters is a 2D platformer inspired to Super Mario Bros (you might say "clone"). It was developed by Time Warp initially for the Commodore 64/128, in 1987, then ported to Amiga and Atari ST in 1988.
The Addams Family is a licensed platformer created by Ocean for the SNES, Amiga, Atari ST in 1992. It was ported to Sega Genesis in 1993. Ocean also created similar versions of the...
Fire & Ice: The daring adventures of Cool Coyote is platformer created by Graftgold and published by Renegade Software in 1992 for the Amiga and Atari ST, later ported to MS-DOS, Acorn, and SEGA Master System.
Lupo Alberto: The VideoGame is a platformer based on the Italian comics Lupo Alberto (Alberto the Wolf), created by Digiteam and Idea Software in 1990 for Amiga and Commodore 64. The Atari ST version was started but never completed.
Cool Spot is a jump and run platformer created by Virgin Games originally for the Mega Drive/Genesis and ported to Amiga, Master System, MS-DOS, SNES and other systems. It was released in 1993.
James Pond: Underwater Agent is a side-scrolling platform game developed by Vectordean and published by Millennium Interactive in 1990, initially for the Amiga, then later ported to Atari ST, Sega Mega Drive, and other platforms.
James Pond 3: Operation Starfish is a platformer created by Vectordean and released in 1993. Unlike the previous two games of the series, James Pond 3 was created for the Sega Gene...
Bonk's Adventure (B.C. Kid in Europe) is a 2D platformer developed by Red Company and Atlus that was released initially in 1989 for the TurboGrafx-16/PC Engine. In Japan was known with the title PC-Genjin.
Brian the Lion is a platform game developed by Reflections and published by Psygnosis in 1994 originally for the Amiga CD32 console but released also for Amiga, including an AGA version.