A promotional but still commercial graphic adventure that was commissioned by the cigarette company Phillip Morris(known by the brands Marlboro and L & M) and p...
A 2D top-down shooter game set in a distant post-apocalyptic future.
A turn-based strategy game by Impressions Software, in which players capture provinces - either by direct warfare or by diplomacy and scheming - in order to bec...
A top-down puzzle game with an ancient Egyptian theme released on multiple computers in 1990. Move around a board of stones as a scarab beetle and manipulate th...
A isometric platform videogame first published in 1988 for Atari ST by the German producer Tommy Software and later also in conversions for Commodore 64 and Ami...
In this action-oriented strategy game set in ancient Egypt the player has to rise through the ranks from a poor merchant to the exalted position of Pharaoh.
An icon-driven adventure game developed by Time Warp Software that puts the player in the role of a detective who has to solve a case that evolves around a mumm...
A basic Pong variant that was published as Starball in Germany.
A vertical scrolling shoot'em up developed by Digital Artworks for the Amiga and Atari ST.
A volleyball game developed by Time Warp for several home computers.
A music themed action game by Rainbow Arts where the player's aim is to create a song that reaches the top ten of the charts.
A top-down view soccer game that was released in Germany as "Litti's Hot-Shot!".
A strip poker game and the successor of Hollywood Poker that was developed and published by reLINE Software.
A science-fantasy shooter for Amiga.
A German adventure game.
A karate game for Atari ST, Amiga, and Sinclair QL.
A tennis game for Atari ST.
A simulation that puts players in the shoes of a coal miner that tries to build a coal business.
A second Count Duckula game.
A game based on the Spanish comic Mortadelo y Filemón.
A vertical scrolling shoot'em up and the sequel to Goldrunner.
A vertical-scrolling shoot-'em-up for Atari ST.
Direct football a second time.
A vertically scrolling shoot'em up designed by Steve Bak.
A heavily R-Type inspired, traditional, horizontal scrolling shoot'em up published by Thalamus for the 16-bit homecomputers Amiga and Atari ST.
A mixture of a puzzle game and a horizontal scrolling shoot'em up that was developed and published by Lankhor.
A first person spacecraft shooter using polygon graphics.
A turn based multiplayer strategy game for up to seven players taking up nordic mythology.
Not just a rugby simulator - an ADVANCED one!
The sequel to the Popeye computer adventure game.
Not to be mistaken for the Super Nintendo game of the same name. Legend is a isometric action RPG for Amiga, Atari ST and PC.
Ghost Chaser is a Pac-Man-esque maze game for Amiga and Atari ST.
The residents of 1313 Mockingbird Lane star in this adventure computer game.
Tennis game for various English computer systems
A hostage rescue simualtion developed by Subway Software for the Amiga, Atari ST, C64 and PC systems.
A sports game with eight events from the Winter Olympiad published by Flair Software for Amiga, Atari ST and Commodore 64.
In this isometric action-adventrue the player slips in the role of the evil Doomlord whos castle is under siege from the White Wizard and his hordes of do-goode...
A Arkanoid/Breakout clone programmed by the French group d3m and published by The Edge for the Atari ST.
A public domain port of Sega's Columns coin-op.
Frank Castle alias The Punisher is the only man who can stop The Trust, a shadowy organisation, in this 2D shooter developped and published by The Edge for the ...
An obscure arcade-style game for the Amiga and Atari ST. The player tries to collect all dots to proceed to the next level, while avoiding enemies and hazards....
A full conversion of the arcade shoot'em up Darius for the Atari ST, the Amiga, and the ZX Spectrum. Ported by Softek International Ltd. and published by The Ed...
A computerised version of the old pencil and paper game combining simple strategy with sheer guess-work.
A one-on-one fighting game based on the same-named movie by Columbia Pictures.
A German economy simulation game.
Wild Wheels is a car soccer game developed by Red Rat Software and published by Ocean.
Ninja Remix 16 is a remake of the original The Last Ninja for 16-bit computers.
A 2D action game that involves a rabbit jumping off of a fox in order to get carrots.
A in-car racing simulation game based upon the SE89C Cosworth powered C1 racing car.
A point and click adventure developed and published by Infogrames. The game was released in 1986 for DOS and the MSX. A year later, the Atari ST version was rel...
An action adventure in which the protagonist Bob Morane has been tranported to the thirteenth century with the aim to save the Holy Shroud.
A computer game based on the film starring Dolph Lundgren.
The first of two home system games based on the 1991 movie of the same name. Unlike the Arcade on-rails shooter and its ports, this LJN/Ocean home version is a ...
A World War II adventure game featuring the eponymous Crash Garrett.
Night Walk is an action platformer taking place in a cemetery at night
Dexter and Scooter return in a quest to help the alien Swapi deal with a mysterious cult that has arisen among their neighbours the Stiffien by investigating th...
A puzzle-platformer for home computers. The eponymous professor needs to shut down his wayward laboratory experiments before the authorities find out and have h...
Endorsed by pro golfer Greg Norman, this golf simulator does not involve actual sharks, casting doubt on its "ultimate" status.
Thomas returns in his first sequel
Inagural game based on the popular English children's telly program.
A top-down beat 'em up from Alpha Denshi, licensed by World Games, Inc.
Mini-game collection based on dreams of Garfield.
The first of the original Premier Manager games released in 1992 on the Amiga and PC. A popular football (soccer) management game that required the player to ma...
Paperboy like action adventure game. Officially based on the BBC TV series.
The first game developed by Bethesda Softworks.
2D shooter made by Titus Interactive for home computers, loosely based on the Dick Tracy movie.
Political farce in a fighting game based on the British telly program.
Not to be confused with Novalogic's 1998 flight sim of the same name - MiG-29 Fulcrum is an 1990 flight simulator by Simis, published by Domark, and features 6 ...
Rail-shooter in Operational Wolf style.
A tennis game released in 1989 that was published as "Great Courts" and "Pro Tennis Tour".
Galdregons Domain is a first person RPG developed by Pandora Software.
A little known game from the people behind Vroom and Dark Sect
A vertical scrolling shooter.
A fighter bomber simulation game.
A sci-fi action game with a first-person perspective. The player must fix a series of starships with failing systems before they explode, contending with runawa...
A flight action game inspired by After Burner.
On a far away planet the forces of evil are attacking human kind. Battle your way through a huge cave and destroy the egg made by the Devil himself.
Jump on our Light Cycle and defeat your enemies in this Tron inspired game.
A "collect 'em up" where the player must evade a character using cartoon tricks and abilities and collect various objects.
Robocop saves the world from terrorists with four distinct 3D modes including driving, flying, beat-em-up, and FPS.
A Darts game that was developed by Binary Design and published under different names(180, Pub Darts, World Darts) for various platforms.
A shoot 'em up released on various 8 bit and 16 bit computers.
Classic C64 strategy game. Music by David Whittaker.
In the PC only Man of Steel, Players control Superman through 7 levels of 3D flying, overhead vertical scrolling and sidescrolling secitons.
An action game involving a ball bouncing on platforms.
Timeball is a puzzle game for the TurboGrafx-16 that is a mix between sliding block puzzles and Pipe Dream. It is known as Blodia or Diablo in Japan.
This top-down game is the fourth release in the Mr. Do! franchise.
Available for the Atari ST and Amiga, Botics was an isometric update of Pong released in 1990.