Mystery at the Museums is a strategy/puzzle educational game sponsored by Smithsonian Institution that allows the player to visit different museums. It was developed by Artech Digital Entertainments and published for DOS in 1993.
Universal Warrior is a sci-fi shooter created by Zeppelin Games for the Amiga, released in 1993. Later it was ported to MS-DOS. The game designed and programmed by Mark Gornall and...
European Champions is a football sim created by Audiogenic Software and released by Ocean in 1993 for the Amiga and MS-DOS. One year later it was ported to Atari ST. It is the sequel to Emlyn Hughes International Soccer.
Empire Deluxe is a turn-based strategy game released by New World Computing in 1993 for PC. The story of this game begins in 1977 when a first version of the game (without graphics, of course) was created by Walter Bright.
Oscar is a platform game developed and published by Flair Software, released for the Amiga, Amiga CD32 and MS-DOS in 1993, later ported to the NES. Oscar was released both in ECS and AGA, the latest one with 256 color graphics.
Where in Space is Carmen Sandiego is an educational puzzle game produced by Brøderbund Software (Prince of Persia) in 1993 for MS-DOS. Space is the 7th game in the Carmen Sandieg...
Project Nomad is a space exploration game developed by Intense! Interactive and published by GameTek in 1993. I'm going to be straightforward about this, I don't know what to think about Nomad.
Second Samurai is a beat-'em-up for two players developed by Vivid Image and published by Psygnosis in 1993 for the Amiga, with an AGA version released in 1994. It's the sequel to The First Samurai, released two years before.