Cosmic Cruiser is a shoot-'em-up from Imagine for multiple home computers.
A action game with the aim to destroy the Ultrapede before it reiches the players base.
A variant of the arcade game Battlezone.
A first-person shooter similar to the Star Wars arcade game.
A variant of the arcade game Space Zap. Also known as Cosmic Zap in the UK.
A action stealth game where the player needs to escape the Alcatraz II prison.
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.
An adventure game in three parts in which the player takes control of a warrior who is sent to find and restore the Eye of Dazmor.
A graphical interactive fiction game in which players are looking for the Leprechaun’s proverbial pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
A single screen action game in which the player controls a diver who has to collect as many gold bars as possible.
A variant of the arcade game Targ.
A educational game about making faces.
A Pac-Man clone for the Dragon 32.
A top-down maze based action game.
A clone of the arcade classic Berzerk.
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 strategy/management game set in the Classical Greece.
An adventure game set in 13th Century Japan in which the player takes the role of a Samurai.
A strategy/management game set in the Japanese Kamakura period.
An educational motorsports-themed virtual board game.
A Civil War themed turn-based strategy game.
A mercenary is charged with the assassination of a vile wizard in this text adventure.
Screaming Abdabs is s flip-screen platformer for the Dragon 32/64.
Caverns of Doom is a text adventure game for Dragon 32 and Commodore 64, written by Don & John Morris.
Superkid is a platformer for Dragon 32/64.
An upgraded version of Shaolin Master.
Shaolin Master is a fighting game for Dragon 32/64.
Graphical adventure game in space.
Platforming game from MicroDeal.
A track and field game from Microdeal.
The sequel to Hewson Consultants' Dragon 32/64 flight simulator.
A flight simulator for Dragon 32/64.
Pinball simulator for the Dragon 32/64.
A space shooter for the Dragon 32/64 and TRS-80 CoCo
In Crazy Painter, players are challenged with painting the entire screen while avoiding a snake, dogs and "pesky paint lickers".
Microdeal published this Mr. Do! clone on the Atari 8-bit line, TRS-80 CoCo, Commodore 64, and Dragon 32/64, in 1984.
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. ...
A single-screen collec'em up written by Chris Morris and published by Softek for several 8-bit homecomputers.
A variant of the arcade game Joust developed by The Rugby Circle Inc. and published for the Dragon 32/64 and Tandy TRS-80 systems.
Protector is Synapse Software's first game in 1981 written by Mike Potter for the Atari 400/800. The objective is to rescue stranded people from buildings.
Arcadia is a very early title released for microcomputers in 1982. Programmed by Imagine, the aim of the game is to survive wave after wave of enemy ships with ...
A first-person maze game where players attempt to collect jewels while evading a ghost.
A maze game for early home computer systems from The Cornsoft Group.
Superbowl is a football game for the Dragon 32/64.
The first of three Questprobe adventure games featuring Marvel characters stars The Hulk.
Fun Atari ST / Amiga game where player controls advanced robots with a mouse for exploring
The player, as commander of the well known Star Ship Enterprise, has to explore the Omega VI area of the galaxy and find all class M planets located therein and...
The second in Scott Adams' series of Questprobe text adventures stars Spider-Man.
A Moon Patrol clone in which the player controls an armed moon buggy, rolling across a moon surface guarded by lots of aliens.
Blochead is a "clone" of Q*bert rleased for the Dragon32/64 and TRS-80 CoCo homecomputers.
Zak's Son is a shooter for the Dragon 32/64.
Miner Willy is trying to escape a 20 room cavern, with the player collecting keys by avoiding all kinds of deadly creatures and making it to the exit of each c...
A puzzle platformer starring a fragile, gradually deflating ball that was once human, until an evil wizard came along and fouled things up.
A shoot-em up game developed by Jeff Minter for the C64 and other early computer systems
An text adventure game from Scott Adams and the beginning of a two-part adventure in which the player must discover an awesome secret on a small island in a rem...
The sixth game of the Scott Adams text adventures series. This time the player, marooned at the edge of the galaxy, has stumbled on the ruins of an ancient civi...
In this text adventure, written by Scott Adams and William Demas, the player has only three days to bring back the elixir needed to rejuvinate the king who lies...
Released as a sequel to The Hobbit, this game was released outside of North America as Lord of the Rings: Game One.
A shooter in which the player flies the "Z5 Luna Hover Fighter" and must penetrate the three successive Seiddab defensive zones and destroy their command base.
A Homebrew Pac-Man game featuring robots.
A clone of Namco's Galaxian in which the player has to shoot down all the aliens as they fly in formation.
Clone of Pitfall! for multiple home computers.
An space shooter in which the player must save civilization from the Seiddab, an unscrupulus race of murderers.
As Quasimodo, the hunchback of Notre-Dame, players must ring bells while avoiding myriad obstacles.
The first football management simulator, many of the hallmarks of the incredibly complex games which exist in this genre today are found in embryonic form here...
A text adventure from Brian Howarth and Wherner Barnes.
Pimania is an adventure game that had a real life prize available to the first person who could solve the puzzle.
The second game in the series starring Horace. This time, he's off skiing.
A game in the Mysterious Adventures text adventure series.
A conversion of Konami's Scramble for the Dragon 32/64 and TRS-80 CoCo.