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Heart Of China (1991)

Heart Of China

Sierra On-Line, Inc.

This romantic adventure is somewhat reminiscent of films such as “Raiders of the Lost Ark”. Guide former WWI ace Jake Masters through 1930s Asia as he attempts to rescue the beautiful Kate Lomax, the kidnapped daughter of a ruthless American land baron. The game uses a point and click system for interaction and object manipulation. The storyline twists and turns throughout the game’s 72-hour timespan, and many puzzles have multiple solutions. There are also optional short arcade sequences.

Hare Raising Havoc (1991)

Hare Raising Havoc

Walt Disney Computer Software, Inc.

You need to help Roger Rabbit get out of each room he is stuck in so he can capture Baby Herman before Mommy returns home. You will want to try using everything around Roger. Make him pull, push, kick, slide, and jump on objects to see if they’ll help him escape. A timer appears on the screen to show how much time Roger has left.

HardBall III (1992)

HardBall III

Accolade, Inc.

The third game in the Hardball baseball series. This revision features 256 colour VGA graphics, and announcer Al Michaels provides running commentary while you play.

HardBall II (1989)

HardBall II

Accolade, Inc.

The sequel to the pioneering Accolade baseball game with many new features, including better graphics and animation and authentic major league ballparks.

Gunship 2000 (1991)

Gunship 2000

MicroProse Software, Inc.

Take the Apache, the new Longbow Apache, The Blackhawk, Commanche Scout, Commanche Gunship, or the MD-500 Defender on campaigns or missions. Updated graphics engine has much more detailed terrain variation with true valleys/hills and even train tunnels that you can fly through. When you are promoted to a sufficient rank you can take along multiple helicopters to accomplish your objectives. The dynamic campaign generates new missions based on multiple maps. Attack, defend, sweep, scout, rescue, drop… Lots of missions to keep you busy. Crew learn and grow in experience as they survive and succeed. A full mission recorder allows you to view EVERY member of your team as they fight or die. Plenty of weapons are available for your side from the latest Hellfire missiles and Sidearm anti-radar missiles to the old fashioned chain gun and gun pods are available for your use. The enemy can be well armed as well, from deadly 2S6 gun/missile combo to old-fashion ZSU-23, even the occasional MiGs.

Gunship (1986)

Gunship

MicroProse Software, Inc.

Gunship depicts the Western world’s finest attack helicopter: The AH-64A Apache. This simulation recreates the weapons, flight systems, and performance of the real machine. You control an arsenal that includes laser-guided Hellfire missles, a 30mm cannon controlled by helmet gunsights, clusters of bombardment rockets—even air-to-air missles for duels with enemy helicopters.

Grand Theft Auto (1997)

Grand Theft Auto

ASC Games

In Grand Theft Auto, the player takes the role of a small-time criminal trying to make it big with the mob. Stealing cars, doing jobs for the gangsters and behaving generally anti-social are the way to success.

Golden Axe (1990)

Golden Axe

SEGA of America, Inc.

Sega’s classic arcade beat-‘em-up game, Golden Axe puts in the shoes of one of three heroes, each with his own reason for trying to overthrow the evil rule of Death-Adder, who – along with his forces of darkness – kidnapped and imprisoned the King and his daughter and stole the legendary Golden Axe.

Gold Rush! (1988)

Gold Rush!

Sierra On-Line, Inc.

In Gold Rush!, Jerrod Wilson (the player) receives a letter from his long-lost brother (who fled the city years before when was hastily accused and convicted of a crime he didn’t commit) asking him to join in Sacramento, California. If that’s not enough for Jerrod sell everything and give his hometown Brooklyn a fond adieu, under the stamp was one of the first nuggets of Californian gold seen in the Atlantic shores of the United States. So, Jerrod bids farewell to his peaceful life as a newspaper editor, and becomes a fore-runner in the the great Gold Rush of 1849, hoping to find his brother and “strike gold” (literally).

Goblins Quest 3 (1994)

Goblins Quest 3

Sierra On-Line, Inc.

This time we control Blount, a lonely goblin travelling through the country of Foliander. Almost at the beginning he will fall in love, but his girl gets kidnapped (shouldn’t it be goblinapped?) and so he has to go through the same kind of mind breaking puzzles to rescue her (and help lots of others ‘weirdoes’ in the meantime).