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Roadwar 2000 (1987)

Roadwar 2000

Strategic Simulations, Inc.

Post-apocalypic strategy game where you control a gang of warriors traveling across, battling mutants and other gangs and looting towns.

Rayman (1995)


Ubi Soft Entertainment Software

When a villain known only as Mr. Dark appears, trouble brews in Rayman’s world. Mr. Dark captures the Toons – source of light and Rayman’s friends. With no more light, evil creatures begin to roam, making the world unsafe for everyone. Its up to you, as Rayman, to free your friends and put an end to Mr. Dark’s dastardly schemes!

Quarantine (1994)


GameTek, Inc.

In Quarantine, you play the part of a taxi driver, desperate to escape from the violent prison city of Kemo. Deliver passengers to their destinations, so you can earn money to upgrade your cab, and take on undercover missions in the hope that somehow you can find a way out. An impressive array of cab-mounted weaponry will help you to survive.

Police Quest 3: The Kindred (1991)

Police Quest 3: The Kindred

Sierra On-Line, Inc.

The third police quest game opens as Sonny Bond’s wife is brutally attacked by the brother of Jessie Bains. Combined with ritualistic killings in the city and his wife clinging to life in the hospital, Bonds must catch the killer and find the attacker of his wife.

Police Quest 2: The Vengeance (1988)

Police Quest 2: The Vengeance

Sierra On-Line, Inc.

Little time has passed since the events of Police Quest, when Sonny climbed the ranks of the Lytton police department and became the key element in the arrest of Jesse Baines, the notorious Drug Lord. After the trial, Sonny’s application to the Homicide division was accepted and proposed to Marie, who had her prostitution charges dropped and started a new life away from the streets. Life was good… until Baines escaped, taking advantage of a low-security prison and an inexperienced correctional officer. Sonny is now in danger from a vengeful Baines and is saddled with his new chain-smoker partner Keith. Sonny goes to the field again to capture Baines, but things are about to get awfully personal…

Operation Stealth (1990)

Operation Stealth

Interplay Productions, Inc.

The game is controlled by the same pop-up command menu consisting of six verbs that was introduced in Delphine’s debut Future Wars. However, it’s been slightly improved and does now allow interaction with your inventory, like examining and combining items. You get to toy around with a whole load of typical special agent’s gadgets, beginning with a passport forgery kit and ending with explosive cigarettes. Apart from solving puzzles, you’ve got to make it through some arcade sequences: escape the labyrinth, dive with limited breath, dodge the evil guy’s minions. Although not as frequent as in Future Wars, pixel hunting and the occasional dead-end are still annoying “features” in The Stealth Affair.

Operation Body Count (1994)

Operation Body Count

Capstone Software

In the year 2012, Foreign Terrorists led by the infamous Victor Baloch have taken control of the Twin “U.N towers” in the United States of America, capturing the leaders of the world who were holding a summit at the time.

Ultimate NFL Coaches Club Football (1994)

Ultimate NFL Coaches Club Football

MicroProse Software, Inc.

This is a football simulation that puts the emphasis on management and coaching rather than arcade action. Includes completely editable statistics for every NFL team and player of the 1994 season, but you can create new teams, players, etc. to update it constantly. Also included is a comprehensive playbook editor.

Mortal Kombat II (1994)

Mortal Kombat II

Acclaim Entertainment, Inc.

The Mortal Kombat fighters, plus several new ones, return for a tournament held by the evil Shang Tsung of the Oddworld. The action is one-on-one as before, and famed for its high level of violence and blood (other than the sanitised Nintendo version). There are 5 difficulty levels and optional credits, as well as the usual two player mode including same character duels.

Pro Pinball: Timeshock! (1997)

Pro Pinball: Timeshock!

Empire Interactive Entertainment

The follow-up to The Web features a single but a very complex table. You have a 3D view of the table, with 4 different viewpoints. Your ultimate point-scoring goal is to travel through time by collecting crystals. The game takes in Roman, Prehistoric and Futuristic settings, as well as the present-day world.