A Soko-Ban style puzzle game.
A platform game with eight levels that was published in 1992 by Thalamus for the C64.
A collection of five games by Thalamus.
A platformer in which the player controls a mechanical leg with a ball at the top.
A collection of six games by Thalamus.
A action game in which the player controls a glider through a deadly maze with 20 levels to find a valuable item at the end.
A casino craps game.
A Civil War themed turn-based strategy game.
A mercenary is charged with the assassination of a vile wizard in this text adventure.
Thunderforce is a futuristic side-scrolling brawler.
A futuristic racing game in which players drive a craft around various 3D tunnels.
A soccer game shown from a top-down view.
The sequel to Kingsoft's exploratory puzzle/action game.
The player controls the "Scorpion" battle machine, a new anti-terrorist device, through a network of pipelines with the task to collect bombs, avoid moving obst...
A collection of 6 classic games published by Hewson for various 8-bit homecomputers. Bundled with joystick. Originally released as Christmas Collection.
Rupert and the Toymaker's Party is a platformer developed for the Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum.
A single-screen action/puzzle game.
A mixture of puzzle plus shoot 'em up action written by Steven Collins.
A compilation of six games published by Hewson for the 8-bit homecomputers Amstrad CPC, C64 and ZX Spectrum.
A compilation of two train simulator games.
Bongo the Super Mouse vies for a princess' hand in marriage in this early platformer from Kingsoft and Anirog.
A truck racing game through different tracks in nine European cities like London or Paris .
A Q*Bert clone for the Commodore 64.
A collection of four games designed by Raffaele Cecco.
An action game by Andrew Braybrook in which the player has to evacuate astronauts from a space station that was overrunned by aliens.
A collection of 6 classic games published by Hewson for various 8-bit homecomputers.
A mix between a trading and an action game that was published by 21st Century Entertainment.
A flip-screen shooter in which the task of the player, as a Robot Commando, is to board deep space ship "Steel" and deactivate the defence system.
A collection of four games published by Hewson Consultants.
An action game for various 8-bit homecomputers in which the player has to navigate the creature "Flippo" through the mazes of the "Upper Plane".
A top-down view golf game for up to three players. Later re-released as "Challenge Golf" by Prism Leisure.
A shoot'em up with puzzle elements in which the player controls a disposal droid on a asteroid called Suri-Ani 7 with the task to shut down the security system ...
Apache Strike is an AH-64 Apache combat flight simulator by William C. Appleton. Set in 1997, the player must pilot their helicopter through urban environments ...
A combat flight simulator by SubLOGIC, featuring the speculative F-19 Stealth Bomber and Grumman X-29. Compatible with Scenery discs for SubLOGIC's flight simul...
A platformer for the C64 developed by Graftgold and published by Hewson's low budget label Rack It.
A split-screen shoot'em up for one or two players.
A steam engine simulator allowing the player to drive a steam train from Bath to Bournemouth in England.
A double games pack with enhanced versions of the originals Uridium and Paradroid.
Welcome Aboard: A Muppet Cruise to Computer Literacy is an educational Commodore 64 game based on The Muppets.
An update to Heathrow Air Traffic Control, with Amsterdam Schiphol Airport as a second airport.
A train simulation game allowing the player to drive a steam train from London Victoria Station to Brighton.
A space shooter with mini-games within the main game.
A budget-priced, two-way scrolling(left and right) shoot'em up for the Commodore 64.
A computerized version of the popular adult board game.
A text adventure with occassional graphics based closely on real events of England's most notorious serial killer.
An educational phonics game for kids.
A compilation for the C64 of the first two titles in the Dragon's Lair series on one flippy disk.
Caverns of Doom is a text adventure game for Dragon 32 and Commodore 64, written by Don & John Morris.
An action-adventure game based on the movie of the same name which was adapted from the best-seller by Tom Clancy.
A taekwondo arcade game programmed by Kevin Ryan.
Assembloids is a matching puzzle game for various retro systems.
Interceptor Software's Donkey Kong clone. Shares a name with an alternate title used for Donkey Kong under a distributor, but is not a licensed version of the g...
A platformer with a digging mechanic.
A soccer game by Artic Computing.
A soccer game, also known as World Cup II and World Cup Football, that was published for various 8-bit home computers.
Action game released by Cosmi in 1989 for the Commodore 64. Play as a goldfish trying to grow bigger by eating other fish and sea creatures, all while trying no...
A text-adventure with still pics by Coktel Vision that is based on the French comic book character created by Jean-Michel Charlier and Jean Giraud.
A single screen shoot'em up published by Bulldog Software for the Amstrad CPC, C64 and ZX Spectrum.
A text-adventure, with a graphical representation of each room at the top of the screen, that was developed by Dragonware Games for the Amiga, Atari ST and C64.
A text adventure based on Jeffrey Archer's novel Not a Penny More, not a Penny Less.
A horizontally scrolling shoot'em up published by Firebird for the Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum homecomputers.
A Boulder Dash clone with over 100 levels and a two-player option that was published by Kingsoft.
A homebrew platformer from The Mojon Twins.
Super Smash is a bat-and-ball block breaker game for Commodore systems.
A shoot-'em-up for Vic-20 and Commodore 64 from Jeff Minter.
BMX Simulator is the sequel to Code Masters' classic biking game.
An edutainment game from Commodore.
A mechanized Seymour parodies the Robocop film series in this late release in the Seymour franchise.
It's like go, but with triangles.
An early word search game for Commodore computer systems.
A shoot-'em-up for Commodore 64.
A single player historical adventure game created and published by Infogrames.
A German merchant / trade-oriented game that was published by ariolasoft for several platforms.
πr² is a logical game developed by Binary Design for C64 and ZX Spectrum.
A table soccer game developed by Alligata Software for various 8-bit homecomputers.
A breakout game with 36 screens.
Paladin is a 1983 space shooter for the Commodore 64 from Triad Software.
A traditional platformer starring the picnic thievin' bear.
An overweight parking attendant eats his way through several food-related venues in Chubby Gristle.
An adventure game.
An educational adventure game.
A soccer game dealing with the wolrd cup 1990 in Italy.
In this action game the player character Hal Kushnar must escort his bomber aircraft over hostile territory to obliterate the main enemy base.
A sports game with five humorous disciplines.
A 3D isometric game in which the troll Humgruffin has to escape from the Netherworld of Narc a land full of Goblins.
The predecessor to the better known F-19 Stealth Fighter that was only published for the 8-bit machines C64 and ZX Spectrum.
Cuthbert Enters the Tombs of Doom is a 1984 maze game featuring Microdeal's mascot, Cuthbert.
Automan is a Commodore 64 game based on the television series of the same name.
A compilation of the first two Cauldron games.
Take Down is a wrestling game for Commodore 64 and IBM-compatible PCs.