Wasteland is a post-apocalyptic RPG developed by Interplay and published by Electronic Arts in 1988 for the Apple II, DOS, and Commodore 64. It was later followed by Wasteland 2 in 2014, with a few failed sequels in between.
Dark Sun: Wake of the Ravager is a fantasy RPG and sequel to Dark Sun: Shattered Lands, developed and published by Strategic Simulations in 1994 for DOS only. It’s an officially licensed Advanced Dungeons & Dragons game.
Deuteros: The Next Millennium is a sci-fi strategy/exploration game designed by Ian Bird, the sequel to Millennium 2.2. The game was published by Activision for the Amiga and Atari ST in 1991.
The Bizarre Adventures of Woodruff and the Schnibble is an adventure game created by Pierre Gilhodes (Gobliiins series) of Coktel Vision and published by Sierra On-Line for Windows in 1995.
Millennium 2.2, also known as Millennium: Return to Earth, is a sci-fi strategy/resource management sim created by Ian Bird and released by Electric Dreams for Atari ST, Amiga and DOS in 1989.
Transarctica (Arctic Baron in the US) is a strategy/action game created by Silmarils in 1993 for the Amiga and later ported to the PC, Atari ST and Macintosh. The story is based on...
Millennia: Altered Destinies is a space strategy game designed by Ian Bird (the creator of Deuteros and Millennium 2.2), developed and published by Take-Two in 1995. The plot of the game is brilliant.
Badlands is an racing arcade created by Atari Games in 1989 and ported to Amiga, Commodore 64, Atari ST and ZX Spectrum by Domark. It is the spiritual successor to Super Sprint but with a post-apocalyptic theme.
Venus The Flytrap is a shooter/platformer created by Gremlin Graphics and released in 1990 exclusively for the Atari ST and Amiga. In the game you control a robot insect that has ...
Superhero League of Hoboken is an adventure role-playing game created by Steve Meretzky (Spellcasting series) and published by Legend Entertainment in 1994 for DOS. This game is an...
Midwinter is a first-person action adventure game with strategy elements created by Mike Singleton for Maelstrom Games and published for Atari ST and PC in 1989, then ported to Amiga in 1990.