A text adventure game originally released as Adventure 1 by Abersoft in 1982 on the ZX Spectrum. It was later re-named Classic Adventure.
A text only adventure based on "The Pen and the Dark", one of Colin Kapp's classic sci-fi series of stories about "The Unorthodox Engineers".
A side-scrolling brawler featuring three levels.
One of many classic text adventures from Level 9.
Cosmic Cruiser is a shoot-'em-up from Imagine for multiple home computers.
An educational game that mixes maths problems with the gameplay of a shoot 'em up.
A arcade-style educational game for various platforms.
An educational game that teaches time skills to the player.
Four educational mini-games for young children.
A collection of four educational number games for one or two players.
A single player maths-based educational game.
An educational game for practising reading and spelling.
An educational game that teaches English spelling and grammar.
A educational game about making faces.
A tactical combat game in which Martians must been stopped from reaching London.
A turn based strategy wargame developed by M.C. Lothlorien, also known as Roundheads & Cavaliers.
A 2D real-time strategy game published by M.C. Lothlorien.
A strategy game set in World War II that was published by M.C. Lothlorien for several 8-bit homecomputers.
A turn-based strategy wargame between blue and red forces.
A turn-based strategy game in which the player is put in the role of the emperor of Rome with the goal to successfully expand the empire.
A first-person perspective shooter using vector graphics and based on the second Star Wars movie.
A flip-screen platformer in the style of Manic Miner.
A snooker simulator published by Players Premier for some 8-bit homecomputers.
An action game exclusive to the BBC Micro.
A Civil War themed turn-based strategy game.
A compilation of two train simulator games.
Keep the train safe in this loony release for the BBC Micro.
A steam engine simulator allowing the player to drive a steam train from Bath to Bournemouth in England.
A text adventure with static graphics by Kim Topley.
A train simulation game allowing the player to drive a steam train from London Victoria Station to Brighton.
A text adventure based on Jeffrey Archer's novel Not a Penny More, not a Penny Less.
BMX on the Moon is a Moon Patrol clone developed for the BBC Micro and released in 1984.
A version of "Missile Command" where the player must protect cities from incoming missiles by shooting them out of the sky.
Zalaga is a Galaga clone for the BBC Micro, developed by Aardvark.
Dinosaur Discovery is an educational adventure game in which the player must navigate a map, collect clues and solve simple word puzzles on their journey to hat...
A Boulder Dash variant published by Atlantis Software Ltd. for several 8-bit home computers.
A top-down shooter on early computer systems.
Storytelling game with the Mr. Men.
Educational mini-games with the Mr. Men.
Mr. Men themed word computer game.
Educational software featuring the popular book characters.
Like Donkey Kong but allegedly it's zany.
A Donkey Kong Junior clone which was later billed as a Killer Gorilla sequel.
Dot-and-ghost eating simulator for BBC Micro.
Climb a construction site to save the dame from the big ape.
Microbyte's cube-hopping game.
Alternative Software releases this western-themed shooting game for the C64 and Spectrum in 1987.
A 3D shooter from Postern
An educational game starring literary character Paddington Bear.
A falling block puzzle game.
A platformer published by Interceptor Software.
Caterpillar is a single-screen shoot-'em-up for the BBC Micro.
A simple numbers-based puzzle game for 8-bit computers where the computer acts as a second player.
Soccer game by Ocean
In this action game the player controls Wongo the China-man along the Great Wall of China on a pogo stick defusing bombs left by mindless vandals.
A strategy game, loosely based on the Star Trek franchise, that was first published by Icon Software for the BBC Micro and later re-released by Tynesoft under t...
A Space Invaders clone in which the player controls the most powerful craft in the universe, the Ultron, at the bottom of the screen moving left or right and tr...
A two player graphical word strategy game involving matching cartoons and music displayed on screen to gradually reveal hidden words.
A platformer in which the mad professor must collect golden apples and feed his new invented machine, the Contraption, with them.
A Pac Man style game in which the player character is running around a maze to collect all the eggs that were laid by mutant worms.
In this platformer the players task is to help Ogg the Caveman master the techniques of turtle riding and get him on the back of Kickstart the Turtle to the pho...
In this strategy game the players task is to obtain the three parts to the crown of Ultimate Darkness which are located in each of the three lands of Ramagold. ...
In this platformer the player character Space Agent Zelda must save the earth from the Xxabaneans (nicknamed the Bug Eyes).
In this Mario Bros. clone the player character Theodore wanders the various tunnels of the sewer system in search of a way out.
A five-a-side soccer game developed by Tynesoft for the BBC Micro/Electron.
An action game developed by Icon Software in which the player travels in a micro submarine through several organs of Frankenstein's body.
In this space shooting gallery game the player, as commander of earths last remaining space station, must save the earth from the deadly cylon fleet. Later it w...
In this 2D platformer, that was also re-released under the name "Santa's Delivery", the player must help Santa to deliver all his presents before Christmas Dawn...
A Gauntlet like action game in which the player is taking the role of an absent minded professor of astrophysics and must destroy ghosts, monsters and transport...
A Centipede clone published by Players Software for various 8-bit homecomputers.
A driving game similar to OutRun except players control a Jaguar instead of a Ferrari.
A first-person maze game where players are attempting to steal secret information from a rival company.
Fly as one of the RAF's legendery Red Arrow aerobatic flight display team, and pull off spectacular stunts in this Spectrum flight simulator.
In this follow up to felonious platformer Blagger, Slippery Sid must use keys to open doors while avoiding robots.
A platformer by Alligata Software, where the titular Blagger must use keys to open safes and reach the exit.
Stryker's Run is a side-scrolling action game released for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron in 1986. It takes place during a futuristic war.
A top-down, fantasy, action-adventure released by Superior Software for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron in 1986.
Top-down action game for several 8-Bit home computers.
Platformer for several 8-Bit home computers.
In the PC only Man of Steel, Players control Superman through 7 levels of 3D flying, overhead vertical scrolling and sidescrolling secitons.
Sliding-Block Puzzles is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro, released by Acornsoft in 1982. The game is a sliding puzzle with six different pictures.
Castle of Riddles is a text-adventure game, first released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It was primarily written and designed by Peter Killworth.
A game for the BBC Micro.
Cube Master is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released in 1982. In it you must solve a virtual Rubik's Cube.
Bar Billiards is a game based on the real life game of Bar Billiards.
Hopper is an arcade-style puzzle game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. Functionally, it is a gameplay clone of Frogger or Freeway.
Starship Command is a spacefaring video game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. It is reminiscent of games such as Elite and Star Raiders.
Welcome is an introductory mini-game collection and software sampler that was included as standard with the BBC Microcomputer. It features a bat-and-ball game, ...
Arcadians is a shoot 'em up developed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released by Acornsoft in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's Galaxian.
Up to eight players can manage one European team on one of three difficulty levels. The player's responsibilities are training, scouting, transfers, press speec...
Deathstar (also stylised as DeathStar) is a multi-directional shoot-em-up released for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron in 1984. It is a gameplay clone of Sinis...
Snapper is an puzzle maze game released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's arcade classic, Pac-Man.
This 1983 Commodore 64 release was an accurate, but unlicensed clone of Konami's arcade classic, Time Pilot.
Climb ladders and jump across platforms in this platformer for the C64 and BBC Micro.
A fantasy themed side-scrolling platformer.