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The Incredible Machine

The Incredible Machine

The Incredible Machine is a puzzle game where the player has to assemble a Rube Goldberg-type contraption to solve a simple puzzle. It was developed by Jeff Tunnell Productions and published in 1993 for the PC by Sierra Entertainment.

Year: 1993 Genre: Puzzler

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Lode Runner: The Legend Returns

Lode Runner: The Legend Returns

Lode Runner: The Legend Returns is the sequel/remake of the original Lode Runner created by Douglas E Smith. It was developed by Presage Software and published by Sierra On-Line in 1994 for DOS, Mac, and Windows 3.

Year: 1994 Genre: Platformer

enhanced remakes level editor platform single screen
Qwak

Qwak

Qwak is a platformer arcade initially released in 1989 for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. Four years later, the original author of the game, Jamie Woodhouse, developed an improved Amiga version published by Team17.

Year: 1993 Genre: Arcade

2 players co-op platform-shooter single screen
The Incredible Machine 2

The Incredible Machine 2

The Incredible Machine 2 was created by Jeff Tunnell and released in 1994 for DOS and the following year for Windows and Macintosh. It's the sequel to The Incredible Machine and ...

Year: 1994 Genre: Puzzler

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Bill's Tomato Game

Bill's Tomato Game

Bill's Tomato Game is a puzzler created by Bill Pullan for the Amiga and published by Psygnosis in 1992. The game belongs to the so-called Rube Goldberg machine puzzle games, where...

Year: 1992 Genre: Puzzler

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Rampage

Rampage

Rampage is a popular coin-up created by Bally Midway in 1986. It was ported to Commodore 64, Atari ST and Atari 8-bit in 1987. Later it was also released for Amiga, NES, Apple II, ...

Year: 1989 Genre: Beat-'em-up

2 players arcade coin-up conversion fighting multiplayer single screen
Lode Runner

Lode Runner

Lode Runner is a puzzle platformer created by Douglas E. Smith and released initially for the Apple II, Commodore 64, Vic-20, and Atari 8-bit in 1983. It's one of the most popular video games ever created.

Year: 1983 Genre: Action

clear screen level editor puzzle-solving single screen
Rick Dangerous II½

Rick Dangerous II½

Rick Dangerous II½ is an exclusive level of the Amiga platformer Rick Dangerous by Core Design, released as coverdisk of The One Magazine in 1991..

Year: 1991 Genre: Platformer

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Indy Heat

Indy Heat

Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat is an arcade racing game that was developed and published by Leland Corporation in 1991. It was later ported to home platforms, including Amiga, NES, Commodore 64.

Year: 1992 Genre: Racing

coin-up conversion competitive multiplayer single screen top-down track racing
Super Tetris

Super Tetris

Super Tetris is a puzzle game developed by Sphere and published by MicroProse in 1992 for the Amiga. It was later released for MS-DOS and Mac OS. The company founded by Sid Meier ...

Year: 1992 Genre: Puzzler

2d arcade co-op competitive falling block puzzle single screen tile matching puzzle
Wizkid: The Story of Wizball II

Wizkid: The Story of Wizball II

Wizkid: The Story of Wizball II is a strange arcade adventure created by Sensible Software and published by Ocean in 1992 for Amiga, Atari ST, and MS-DOS. Programmed and designed b...

Year: 1992 Genre: Arcade

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D/Generation

D/Generation

D/Generation is a puzzle/adventure game released by Mindscape in 1991 for the PC, Amiga, and Atari ST. The game even got a port to the Amiga CD32 in 1993. Robert Cook initially dev...

Year: 1991 Genre: Action

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The Karate Kid: Part II

The Karate Kid: Part II

The Karate Kid: Part II is a beat-em-up based on the popular movie of the '80s with Ralph Macchio and Pat Morita. The game was created by Steve Bak and Pete Lyon and published by MicroDeal in 1987 for the Amiga and Atari ST.

Year: 1987 Genre: Beat-'em-up

2 players competitive licensed martial arts movies single screen versus
Super Methane Bros

Super Methane Bros

Super Methane Bros is a single screen platformer arcade created by Apache Software for the Amiga and released in 1994. Apache Software, which previously had programmed the CD32 ver...

Year: 1994 Genre: Platformer

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