The second installment in Epyx' StarQuest series.
A variant of the arcade game Battlezone.
A first-person shooter similar to the Star Wars arcade game.
A graphical adventure game for the TRS-80 COCO.
A variant of the arcade classic Joust.
An unlicensed clone of the arcade game Frogger.
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.
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 top-down maze based action game.
Doubleback is a puzzle game for the TRS-80 Color Computer, where players try to draw circles around objects for points.
Pinball simulator for the TRS-80 CoCo.
A war strategy game taking place during the Vietnam War.
A 'catch the item' game for TRS-80 CoCo.
German Football League game for TRS-80 CoCo
An isometric platformer for the TRS-80 CoCo.
Gomoku narabe and its more professional variant, renju, for the TRS-80 CoCo.
Gridiron game for the TRS-80 CoCo.
Mega-Bug is a maze game for the TRS-80 Color Computer.
An educational game for multiple computer systems.
A space shooter for the Dragon 32/64 and TRS-80 CoCo
A long lost TRS-80 CoCo game from 1984, which was produced and technically released but did not sell. It was remade for the CoCo in 2017 after VHS footage of th...
A remake of a 1984 TRS-80 CoCo game that was "released" but sold no copies.
A flight simulator for the Tandy Color Computer.
Compilation of four joystick-based games written by Lance Micklus for the TRS-80 Color Computer.
Two games for adults, developed and published by Adventure International for TRS-80 and TRS-80 CoCo.
A Space Invaders clone written by Doug Kennedy and published by Adventure International for TRS-80 and TRS-80 CoCo.
A craps machine simualtion with betting options for up to 8 players that was written by Lance Micklus.
A 3-D action shooter written by Dale Lear and published by Adventure International for the TRS-80 CoCo.
A Tic-Tac-Toe variant with shoot 'em up elements written by Ed Hobbs and published by Adventure International.
A horizontal scrolling shoot'em up based on the arcade classic game Defender that was published by Adventure International for several platforms.
An action game published by Adventure International for several platforms.
Game for Tomy Pyuta, TRS-80 and MSX.
A strategy game for one to four players in which the object is to construct a sizeable corporate empire while competing against human or computerized opponents.
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.
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.
An text adventure game for the TRS-80 and TRS-80 CoCo set in an insane asylum with inmates who believe they are Houdini, Picasso, and Merlin.
A maze game for early home computer systems from The Cornsoft Group.
The "sequel" to Donkey Kong Jr. clone Junior's Revenge, it's more or less an early example of an enhanced remake.
One-on-one fighter where players control a tyrannosaurus and fight until only one is left victorious.
Q*Bert clone for CoCo.
Spidercide is an Asteroid-like game for the TRS-80 Color Computer in which you blast spiders while trying to avoid touching their webs.
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...
Checkers or something.
Rogue is a classic ASCII-based RPG, infamous for its difficulty. It is known for spawning its own genre, called Roguelikes, and its influences can still be seen...
Rocky's Boots is a puzzle game where you must complete electrical circuits, using logic gates (AND, OR, NOT, etc.), to solve mathematical problems. Intended fo...
A side-scrolling shoot-em-up developed by Data East and ported to numerous home computers, based on the 1987 Verhoeven movie.
The fourth entry in the original Scott Adams text adventure series. This time the player must rescue Count Cristo who has had a fiendish course put on him by hi...
A Moon Patrol clone in which the player controls an armed moon buggy, rolling across a moon surface guarded by lots of aliens.
A work of interactive fiction from Infocom of "Introductory" difficulty level, set in the "Zork" universe.
Blochead is a "clone" of Q*bert rleased for the Dragon32/64 and TRS-80 CoCo homecomputers.
The sequel to Downland but this time with more playable levels, a practice mode and a game save feature.
A murder mystery text adventure set in the 1930s.
Gold Runner 2000 is a Lode Runner clone, released for the TRS-80 CoCo in 1997. The game was the result of a "challenge" by Eric Crichlow, who said it couldn't b...
In this text adventure, written by Scott Adams, the player awakes in a sealed wing of the Count's Transylvanian castle and must approach his goal of overcoming ...
A simple puzzle game created in 1980 by Hiroyuki Imabayashi and published by Thinking Rabbit in 1982.
A puzzle platformer starring a fragile, gradually deflating ball that was once human, until an evil wizard came along and fouled things up.
Become Mama Pig and rescue the little pigs from the insidious, balloon-toting wolves in Konami's Pooyan.
A comedic sci-fi interactive text adventure
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...
Fight off the flying demons in this Phoenix-like shoot 'em up from Imagic.
A Homebrew Pac-Man game featuring robots.
A single player adventure game created by Al Lowe for Sierra On-Line.
A sci-fi variant on Breakout that introduces power-ups and enemies to the format. It was originally developed by Taito for the Arcade and published on a multitu...
A clone of Namco's Galaxian in which the player has to shoot down all the aliens as they fly in formation.
Shamus was an action/adventure game similar to Berzerk, coded by William Mataga and published by Synapse Software in 1982.
Clone of Pitfall! for multiple home computers.
An action shooter game featuring a giant robot which can transform into a jet. Trapped within a mysterious facility, the goal is to navigate 16 maze-like levels...
This educational adventure game finds Mickey and Pluto on a quest to restore the history of a mysterious alien race by retrieving a lost crystal from each plane...
Be either Dr. J or Larry Bird and engage in a game of One-on-One in this 1983 basketball game.
An action-adventure platformer for the NES and a very loose remake of Pitfall II: Lost Caverns.
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.
A clone of 1977's "Circus" by DataSoft.
The second game in the series starring Horace. This time, he's off skiing.
In this horizontal scrolling shoot'em up the player must successfully navigate a submarine through an underwater course while avoiding or destroying enemies and...
Pitfall II is a wide-open platforming adventure that's much larger than its predecessor, with advanced features including save points and non-linear level desig...