The best classic and old school Maze games

Dyna Blaster

Dyna Blaster

Bomberman, or as it's known in Europe, Dyna Blaster, is one of my all-time favorites games. Originally created in 1983 for the PC, it was later ported to the Atari ST and the Amiga.

Year: 1991 Genre: Arcade Updated: 2020-04-21Tags: 2 players arcade competitive maze multiplayer science fiction top-down

Boulder Dash

Boulder Dash

Boulder Dash is a popular strategy/maze game originally created by Peter Liepa and Chris Gray for Atari 8-bit and released by First Star Software in 1984. The game was ported to s...

Year: 1984 Genre: Arcade Updated: 2019-08-20Tags: arcade maze puzzle-solving

Pac-Mania

Pac-Mania

Pac-Mania is a new spin on the original Pac-Man game (and 10th in the franchise) and was developed and published by Namco in 1987 for arcades. In 1988 it was ported to multiple home platforms including C64, MSX, Atari ST, ZX Spectrum.

Year: 1988 Genre: Arcade Updated: 2019-07-17Tags: arcade isometric maze

Gauntlet II

Gauntlet II

Gauntlet II is the sequel to the popular hack and slash fantasy arcade created by Atari Games. Released in 1986, one year after the original game, Gauntlet II was ported to the Ami...

Year: 1989 Genre: Arcade Updated: 2019-08-01Tags: 2 players arcade co-op fantasy hack and slash maze multiplayer rpg elements top-down

Trog!

Trog!

Trog! is an arcade released by Midway in 1990 and converted to PC by Acclaim Software the same year. In 1991, it was ported to the Nintendo Entertainment System. The company that ...

Year: 1990 Genre: Arcade Updated: 2020-06-20Tags: clone dinosaurs maze

Mind Walker

Mind Walker

Mind Walker is one of the first videogames ever created for the Amiga and one of the few titles published by Commodore. This 3D action/puzzle game was designed by Bill Williams and was published in 1986.

Year: 1986 Genre: Puzzler Updated: 2020-02-06Tags: 3d amiga original game maze polygons puzzle-solving

Cytron

Cytron

Cytron is a top-down sci-fi shooter created by Lunatic and published by Psygnosis exclusively for the Amiga in 1992. Designed and programmed by Martin Hall and James Thomas, this ...

Year: 1992 Genre: Shooter Updated: 2019-08-01Tags: amiga original game cyborgs maze science fiction top-down walkabout

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

Captain Fizz Meets The Blaster-Trons

Captain Fizz Meets The Blaster-Trons

Captain Fizz Meets The Blaster-Trons, also known as Mission Icarus, is a sci-fi shooter for two players released by Psygnosis in 1988 for the Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum.

Year: 1988 Genre: Shooter Updated: 2020-06-23Tags: 2 players aliens bbc micro co-op maze split-screen top-down

Drip

Drip

Drip is a public domain game for Amiga created by Art Skiles and released in 1989. It's a kind of Pac Man where the maze is a set of interconnecting pipes. You have to travel all ...

Year: 1989 Genre: Arcade Updated: 2020-01-11Tags: 2d amiga original game maze public domain top-down

Bob's Garden

Bob's Garden

Bob's Garden is a public domain clone for Amiga of the 1982 arcade Mr. Do!. The game was created in 1993 by Justin Leck, previously author of Digger, which was a clone of Dig Dug (kind of predecessor of Mr.

Year: 1993 Genre: Arcade Updated: 2020-01-03Tags: 2d amiga original game clone fantasy maze public domain single screen

Scarabaeus

Scarabaeus

Scarabaeus (Invaders of the Lost Tomb in the US) is a 3D search, puzzle-solving and survival game developed by Andromeda Software and published in 1985 by Ariolasoft for the Commodore 64.

Year: 1985 Genre: Action Updated: 2019-08-23Tags: 3d ancient egypt archaeology first-person horror maze puzzle-solving