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Alex Kidd In Miracle World

  1. Alex Kidd in Miracle World was initially available as a cartridge. (Web site)
  2. Alex Kidd in Miracle World was one of the first platform games released for the Sega Master System. (Web site)

Chuckie Egg

  1. Chuckie Egg is a classic game from the era of 8-bit home computers.
  2. Chuckie Egg is a famous BBC platformer and Chuckie egg is currently the most popular game in the ANS FileBase,
  3. Chuckie Egg is a remake of the BBC Micro classic platformer of the same name.
  4. Chuckie Egg was also followed up, two years after its first release, with a sequel entitled .
  5. Chuckie Egg was also followed up, two years after its first release, with a sequel entitled Chuckie Egg 2 (Choccy Egg).


  1. Chaotix: A team of misfits who have started their own detective agency.
  2. Chaotix: A team of misfits, three of which have started their own detective agency.
  3. Chaotix: A team of misfits, which have started their own detective agency. (Web site)

Donkey Kong

  1. Donkey Kong was ready for release.
  2. Donkey Kong is the first example of a complete narrative told in video game form, and it employs cut scenes to advance its plot.
  3. Donkey Kong was ported to many systems, including the ColecoVision, shown here.

Impossible Mission

  1. Impossible Mission is a 1983 computer game for several home computers by Epyx. (Web site)
  2. Impossible Mission is a legend.
  3. Impossible Mission is a platform computer game for several home computers .
  4. Impossible Mission is a port of the computer game by Epyx .
  5. Impossible Mission is part of the Epyx back catalogue and will be available Quarter Two.

Dex Series

  1. This game is the largest in the Dex series with over 8 themed worlds and 20 tasks.
  2. Please search for Dex Series in Wikipedia to check for alternative titles or spellings.


  1. ActRaiser is a SNES original, which sees you taking up the role of a God doing a spot of kingdom spring-cleaning.
  2. ActRaiser is a SNES video game developed by Quintet and published by Enix .
  3. ActRaiser is a action-simulation game that was originally released in 1990.
  4. ActRaiser is a bit shallow game, but that doesn't change the fact that it's still really great.
  5. ActRaiser is a first-generation Super NES game that looks and sounds a lot better than many games that came out later in the system's life.

Adventure Island Classic

  1. Adventure Island Classic was a platform game for the European version of the Nintendo Entertainment System. (Web site)

Adventure Island Ii

  1. For the Game Boy version of the game entitled Adventure Island, please visit the Adventure Island II guide.
  2. Adventure Island Adventure Island II is a much better game than the original one, but it does have its drawbacks.
  3. NES Cheats : Adventure Island II You can locate the Hudson Bee inside a secret room in the first cave of the first island. (Web site)


  1. The term "advergames" was coined in January 2000 by Anthony Giallourakis who purchased the URLs along with (Web site)
  2. The term "advergames" was coined in January 2000 by Anthony Giallourakis who purchased the domain names along with (Web site)
  3. The term "advergames"?title=was coined in January 2000 by Anthony Giallourakis who purchased the domain names along with

Aero The Acro-Bat

  1. It is the sequel of Aero the Acro-Bat, as the title implies.
  2. Aero the Acro-Bat - SEGA swicki - powered by eurekster Aero the Acro-Bat 2 is a video game released by Sunsoft on April 1994.

Alex Kidd In Shinobi World

  1. Alex Kidd in Shinobi World is one of the best in the series and for the Master System, it is one of the key games. (Web site)

Alley Cat

  1. Alley Cat is a 12 metre high speed catamaran, custom built to deliver the stability and smooth ride required for our operation.
  2. Alley Cat is a computer game created by Bill Williams and released by Synapse Software for the Atari 8-bit family in 1983 , and for the PC in 1984 .
  3. Alley Cat is a platform game where you jump from one platform to the next.
  4. Alley cat is a really old dos game with old dos graphics and annoying pc speaker sounds.
  5. The Alley Cat is a dining experience to be enjoyed in a relaxing atmosphere.


  1. Almas are valuable jewels which can be exchanged at banks for gold; as well, some NPC's require a direct almas payment for a needed item.
  2. Almas are valuable jewels which can be exchanged at banks for gold; as well, some NPCs require a direct almas payment for a needed item.

Altered Beast

  1. Altered Beast is a 1-player sideways scrolling beat-em-up. (Web site)
  2. Altered Beast is a fun way to waste some time you'd be spending on homework or girls .
  3. Altered Beast is a once great game that is still fun even today.
  4. Altered Beast is a rather simple beat-'em up game, that is average in almost every way.
  5. Altered Beast is a short experience, with each level taking only a small time to clear completely and the entire adventure containing only five levels total.


  1. Apogee is the game's distributor. (Web site)
  2. Apogee is the official distributor of Wolfenstein 3D's original six episodes in the shareware market. (Web site)
  3. Apogee was forced to withdraw the game soon after release at the request of Epyx, who still owned the rights to Jumpman [2]. (Web site)
  4. There is a French word "Apogee" (with an accent over the first 'e'). (Web site)

Ardy Lightfoot

  1. Ardy Lightfoot is a fox -like creature that is followed by a blue, kirby-like creature named Pec.
  2. Ardy Lightfoot is a platform game released on the Super Nintendo in 1994 (US) and in Japan released in 1993.
  3. Ardy Lightfoot is a prime example of such middling platformers.
  4. Ardy Lightfoot is a rabbit - like creature that is followed by a blue cat.
  5. Ardy Lightfoot was a platform game released on the Super Nintendo in 1995 .


  1. Atari was an American company with a Japanese name, and the Japanese company Sega was started by an American. (Web site)
  2. Atari was so hot on Asteroids that it cut short the production run on "Lunar Lander" and released the 200 complete with "Lunar Lander" cabinet art. (Web site)

Auf Wiedersehen Monty

  1. Auf Wiedersehen Monty contains many interesting features and peculiarities for the player to discover.
  2. Steve Jarratt I hadn't played any of the previous Monty games (yes, I'm the one), so Auf Wiedersehen Monty was relatively fresh to me. (Web site)
  3. Every Monty game introduces some new element to the mole's behaviour and Auf Wiedersehen Monty is no exception. (Web site)

Avoid The Noid

  1. Avoid the Noid is a platform computer game for the Commodore 64 and DOS operating system , written in 1989 to promote Domino's Pizza .
  2. Avoid the Noid is an advertisement ploy for Domino's Pizza that is a surprisingly playable game.

Bc Kid

  1. BC Kid is a horizontal platform babvy clothes game developed by Factor 5 for bavby clothes the Amiga .
  2. BC Kid is a horizontal platform game developed by Factor 5 for the Amiga .


  1. Blagger is a platform game created by Tony Crowther and released by Alligata for the Commodore 64 computer. (Web site)
  2. Blagger was released for Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC and others and plays a lot like Manic Miner. (Web site)

Bomberman Hero

  1. Bomberman Hero is a whole lot more fun than the first one, that's for sure. (Web site)
  2. Bomberman hero is a bit too easy for a sequel to the bomberman hero 64 but, it is more fun than the first one. (Web site)


  1. BONK is a visually stimulating, fast-paced, innovative game show on the cutting edge of entertainment.
  2. Bonk is a an audio compression program that operates in both lossy and lossless modes.
  3. Bonk is a collaboration of individuals as different as our tunes, and we seldom agree hundred percent, still we are friends.
  4. Bonk is a cycling term that describes glycogen depletion.
  5. Bonk is a variant of an older security exploit known as "teardrop," which was reported by the Computer Emergency Response Team on 16 Dec of last year.


  1. Boogerman is a 2D platform game created by Interplay Entertainment and released for the Sega Genesis and SNES in 1994. (Web site)
  2. Boogerman is a fictional character and the main hero of Boogerman: A Pick and Flick Adventure .
  3. Boogerman is a fictional character, a superhero that is the main hero of Boogerman: A Pick and Flick Adventure. (Web site)
  4. Boogerman is a platform game developed by the legendary Interplay.


  1. The boss is a giant version of the spring bug enemies, which attacks by roaming around the arena.
  2. The boss is a giant worm that has taken residence here and shoots its parts at Sonic.
  3. The boss is a snail robot that is attached to one of the trees, and fires various types of bullets.

Brian Bloodaxe

  1. Brian Bloodaxe is a British platform game written by Charles Bystram and released by The Edge Software in 1985 .
  2. Brian Bloodaxe is a classic platform game written by Charles Bystram and released by The Edge in 1985. (Web site)
  3. Brian Bloodaxe is a classic platform game written by Trevor Inns and released by The Edge in 1985.
  4. Brian Bloodaxe is a pleasant surprise in a market which has become a little turgid of late. (Web site)

Castlevania Games

  1. Castlevania games are considered action exploration games, where you explore Dracula's castle and try and prevent him from coming back.
  2. Castlevania games are not easy they will provide a tough challenge but you wont just blast through these games they should take you a while. (Web site)
  3. The Castlevania games are action-based platformers with a role-playing element, so that every enemy you defeat increases your abilities and powers.

Chaos Emeralds

  1. The Chaos Emeralds are a recurring feature of Sonic games. (Web site)
  2. The Chaos Emeralds are seven emerald]]s with mystical powers, and a recurring feature of Sonic games.
  3. The Chaos Emeralds are seven emeralds with mystical powers, and a recurring feature of Sonic games.


  1. Cheetahmen is a crime against humanity.
  2. Cheetahmen is a free Java game. (Web site)
  3. Cheetahmen is a rehash of the other 51 games.
  4. Cheetahmen is the crowning achievement of this game package. (Web site)
  5. Cheetahmen was not created by atArcade. (Web site)

Commander Keen

  1. Commander Keen is a pretty fine platform game in wich you play a boy genius, Billy Blaze.

Computer Game

  1. A computer game is a game composed of a computer-controlled virtual universe that players interact with in order to achieve a defined goal or set of goals. (Web site)
  2. Computer Game is a platform game developed and published by Nintendo in late 1985 for the Nintendo Entertainment System.

Congo Bongo

  1. Congo Bongo is a 5 reel, 20 payline slot game with maximum jackpot of 6000 coins.
  2. Congo bongo is a house rental in costa rica, Manzanillo, limon, Jungle houses for rent in CARIBBEAN COAST COSTA RICA at the greencoast.

Cool Spot

  1. COOL SPOT is a solid, colorful platform game featuring the 7-up mascot in the hero position.
  2. Cool Spot is a fun, colorful platform game featuring the 7-up mascot as the hero.
  3. Cool Spot is a lively action game for play on the Sega Genesis.
  4. Cool Spot is a nice game, wich is also released for the GameBoy. (Web site)
  5. Cool Spot was a mascot for 7 Up in the first half of the 1990s.

Crash Bandicoot

  1. Crash Bandicoot is a platform game made by Naughty Dog for the PlayStation featuring the character by the same name.
  2. Crash Bandicoot was originally only designed for use on the playstation console.
  3. Crash Bandicoot was released to a widely approving audience of video gamers and reviewers.


  1. Cube is a 3D FPS FreeDoom is a set of open source graphics files for open source versions of the Doom engine.
  2. Cube is a free, first-person shooter with both single-player and multiplayer gameplay.


  1. Dates are approximations of the time each game spent under development at Apogee. (Web site)
  2. Dates is a small, lightweight calendar that shares data with GNOME Evolution.


  1. Dopefish is the product of the fertile mind of Tom Hall. (Web site)
  2. Dopefish was my favorite character, and Steve was the resident Keen expert -- Lee provided a few vocal effects and some art. (Web site)
  3. Dopefish was one of the characters from these drawings that made the cut. (Web site)
  4. Dopefish was one of the characters that appeared in Commander Keen, Episode IV back in 1991. (Web site)

Duke Nukem

  1. Duke Nukem is a great game even nowadays. (Web site)
  2. Duke Nukem is a sidescrolling game robots, aliens, and lots of weapons.

Earthworm Jim

  1. Earthworm Jim is a great game and is hard not to recommend, but you must be warned that all of the old Jim isn't here.
  2. Earthworm Jim is a run and gun platform video game starring an earthworm named Jim in a robotic suit who battles evil. (Web site)
  3. Earthworm Jim is a side-scrolling action game set in another cartoon-like, humorous world busting with slick animations. (Web site)
  4. Earthworm Jim is a stand-up comedian and sometimes, he just likes to sing.
  5. Earthworm Jim is for gamers and civilians of all ages. (Web site)


  1. Eggman is a scientist who uses his machines and robots in attempts to conquer the world.
  2. Eggman is an expert in robotics and wishes to conquer the world and build the Eggman Empire. (Web site)


  1. Environments are straight ports, only more solid (pun intended) 3D, but nothing to write home about. (Web site)
  2. The environments are beautiful and richly detailed.
  3. The environments are decorative, and they're not quite as dark as Circle of the Moon's.
  4. The environments were abstract, with simple gameplay focused on hopping from trampoline-like platforms.

Epic Megagames

  1. Epic MegaGames is a world leader in developing and publishing shareware games. (Web site)
  2. Epic MegaGames was the originator of the computer pinball game genre. (Web site)

Game Genie

  1. Game Genie is a product of Lewis Galoob Toys, Inc., and is not manufactured, distributed or endorsed by Nintendo of America Inc. (Web site)
  2. The Game Genie is designed to replace Cartridge ROM bytes with user entered values.


  1. Genesis is a program with which you can create wonderful fractal landscapes.
  2. I even found a game which clearly had the word "GENESIS" printed on it.

Hyper Lode Runner

  1. Hyper Lode Runner is a very fun and difficult puzzle game that will keep you coming back.

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