A compilation of all three of Infocom's original Zork games.
An indie top-down action-adventure game developed in 2021 for early Commodore devices (including the PET, VIC-20, and 64 series).
A German language adventure game.
An action game that has taking control of a cat.
A music visualization program released in 1985 for the Commodore 64
Shotgun is a multiplayer deathmatch game for Commodore 64.
Super Bread Box is an official demake of Super Crate Box for the Commodore 64, created for the 2012 RGCD 16k competion, later expanded and released on cartridge...
A puzzle game from the early nineties. Collect crystals and avoid hostile aliens.
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A adaption of the popular TV game show "The $100,000 Pyramid" published by Box Office, Inc. for various platforms.
Take control of a ninja rabbit and dispense your own brand of justice on your enemies. This side scrolling beat-em up is the sequel to Ninja Rabbits.
Go all Goofy on his train journey.
A Mad Mix game with a Pepsi twist.
KGB Super Spy is an arcade game for the Commodore 64 and 128, developed by Mark Healey, Christian Pennycate and Matt Gray, published by Codemasters.
The player has to operate a bobsleigh team and participate in the races in this sports game with a managerial part.
A driving simulation released for the C64 system in 1985 by Epyx. Choose a car or build your own, then take to the streets playing various mini-games.
An early boxing game for the Commodore 64 and 128 which includes a create-a-boxer feature and training minigames.
The New Zealand Story follows the exploits of a flightless native bird of New Zealand called a Kiwi, who happens to look very little like a real kiwi bird.
A work of interactive fiction from Infocom of "Introductory" difficulty level, set in the "Zork" universe.
Players crash-land on the titular planet, Oo-Topos, and must find a way to return back to Earth.
A comedic sci-fi interactive text adventure
Written by Douglas Adams, this game pits you as the everyman against an unfeeling, oppressive oligarchy of your government, your employer, your bank, and every ...
It's time to get back underground
Pop some wheelies in this dirtbike trials game inspired by British TV show Kick Start.
Interactive Comic by Infocom in their popular Zork universe.
West of House. You are standing in an open field west of a white house, with a boarded front door. There is a small mailbox here.
Based on the popular radio and book series, "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" is a text-based adventure game, considered by many to be a classic.
A Gauntlet style game for many of the early home computer systems.
Beyond the Black Hole is a computer game developed by The Software Toolworks in 1989 for the PC/MS-DOS, Commodore 64 and Commodore 128. The player controls a sc...
A top-down driving game set in the post-apocalyptic world that was written by David Darling and published by Mastertronic/M.A.D. for several 8-bit home computer...
A multi-event sports simulation set in the Wild West.
Thai Boxing is a one-on-one fighting game for European computers, based in the sport of Muay Thai. Most versions displayed a 3D isometric view, but some had 2D ...
The first game in the Zork series to add RPG style stats.
A seminal accomplishment in Interactive Fiction, Trinity scripts a mesmerizing adventure as you travel through space and time, solving puzzles in an attempt to ...
Command a submarine in the Pacific during World War 2.
Portal was an ambitious attempt to tell a story with the depth of a novel and the interactivity of a game, sitting somewhere between interactive fiction and sim...
Carve up the inside of the playfield while dodging the titular Qix in this 1981 arcade game by Taito's American division.
Players collect dolls, use skateboards to travel, find hidden levels all on the journey to rescue Tanya, the protagonist's girlfriend.
An early arcade platformer that has 100 levels. Released by Taito in 1986, it was one of the first games to feature two-player cooperative play and multiple end...
Zybex is a side scrolling Shoot 'Em Up.
The final game of the Zork Trilogy, Zork III is not a treasure hunt like its predecessors. Instead your nameless adventurer must prove his/her worthiness to bec...
A Mind Forever Voyaging is a text-based sci-fi adventure game, with the player assuming the role of the first sentient artificial intelligence, PRISM, in the ye...
This shape-based Russian mind-bender set the stage for innumerable puzzle games to follow.
Infocomics game produced by Infocom in the Zork Universe. A follow up to ZorkQuest: Assault on Egreth Castle.
Classic motorcycle racing game from 1985 developed by Shaun Southern (Mr Chip Software). Game was released for C64, ZX Spectrum and Atari 8-bit.
Explore the castle (as either Brad or Janet) to find pieces of the Medusa Machine so that you can free your partner. Watch out for Riff Raff with his laser gun...
A classic game in which you need to collect all the bombs.