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The Time Warp of Dr. Brain (1996)

The Time Warp of Dr. Brain

Sierra On-Line, Inc.

The fourth installment in the Dr. Brain series. This game, like the others in series, is meant to challenge your intellect through a series of puzzles. In this particular game, Dr. Brain is trapped in the “space time discontinuum” and you have to save him. The only way to save him is by completing a series of puzzles, which can be done at novice, expert or genius difficulty levels. The puzzles in this game can be done in any order, much like The Lost Mind of Dr. Brain.

The Lost Mind of Dr. Brain (1995)

The Lost Mind of Dr. Brain

Sierra On-Line, Inc.

This game is the third in the Dr. Brain series. Solve logic, math, and other puzzling conundrums designed to stress your brain. The game includes new puzzles, but you can play any one at any time, unlike previous versions, where you had to beat some puzzles before you could go to the next puzzle.

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2000 (2000)

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2000

Microsoft Corporation

Flight Simulator 2000 is the civilian flight simulator for the new millennium. Built on a foundation of realism that spans over 17 years, Flight Simulator 2000 is the largest leap forward in Microsoft Flight Simulator history.

Tonic Trouble (1999)

Tonic Trouble

Ubi Soft Entertainment Software

Ed, the friendly alien space janitor, accidentally dropped a can of “tonic” on Earth, causing a great ecological disaster. Everything started mutating! Ed is ordered to clean up the place and retrieve the tonic, but someone got hold of it first… And he declared himself Master of Earth! Can Ed survive attack of the killer vegetables, find the six items he needs to fix Earth, and retrieve the Tonic can from Grogh the Hellish, and finally get out from Tonic Trouble?

Virtual Pool 2 (1997)

Virtual Pool 2

VR Sports

The successor to Virtual Pool, Virtual Pool 2 is pool at it’s finest. Better Graphics, Enhanced Physics engine, and more game options round out this sequel.

Star Wars: Rebellion (1998)

Star Wars: Rebellion

LucasArts

Take command of the Rebels or the Empire in this strategy game from Lucasarts based around the Star Wars universe. Instead of a command and Conquer style game this is based on taking over planets with Diplomacy and also force. Slowly building up your empire and trying to beat your opposing force. There is no actual real-time fighting; it is all done with commands.

Star Wars: Monopoly (1997)

Star Wars: Monopoly

Hasbro Interactive, Inc.

It’s the greatest family favourite property trading game combined with the greatest Sci-fi adventure classic. Trade starships and planets as you fight to own the Star Wars galaxy in this Monopoly title, while playing with up to six of your mates. With full motion 3D characters, heaps of your favourite Star Wars movie scenes, and even C-3PO himself, Anthony Daniels.

Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II (1997)

Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II

LucasArts Entertainment Company LLC

This is a sequel to Dark Forces. The game is set in Star Wars universe and its events occur after the second trilogy (Episodes IV to VI). Once again, you play the role of Kyle Katarn, a former mercenary, and now an ally of the rebels. Kyle discovers that he is in fact a Jedi, and is on a quest to find his lightsaber and to learn the techniques of the Force. The evil Sith lord Jerec, who was responsible for the death of Kyle’s father, is on a quest of his own, searching a mythical place called Valley of the Jedi, where his dark powers could be unleashed. Will Kyle be able to stop Jerec and become a true Jedi, without falling to the dark side?

VR Sports Powerboat Racing (1998)

VR Sports Powerboat Racing

Interplay Productions Ltd.

This game represents an arcade-style approach to powerboat racing. Races take place on enclosed circular waterways in easily recognizable locations around the world. There are several types of races, including the standard championship, time trial, practice, and multiplayer modes.

Puzzle Bobble 2X (1998)

Puzzle Bobble 2X

Acclaim Entertainment, Inc.

The idea is to burst colored bubbles by linking any three bubbles of the same color. The game is over once a bubble gets crowded over the bottom line. To be a top scorer, you’ve got to burst as many bubbles as possible! But the real trick here is learning how to strategically angle your shots. Only a lot of practice will home your aim, end your shame and assure you fame!