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SimCity 2000: CD Collection (1993)

SimCity 2000: CD Collection

Maxis Software Inc.

Develop and build your own city! This collection includes SimCity 2000, SimCity 2000 Scenarios Volume 1: Great Disasters, SimCity 2000 Bonus Cities and Scenarios, and the Urban Renewal Kit which allows you to build your own cities free of charge and them import them into the game!

The C.H.A.O.S. Continuum (1993)

The C.H.A.O.S. Continuum

Creative Multimedia Corporation

The year is 2577 and everyone on the Titan colony has suddenly disappeared. The station lies empty and hulking with the exception of a few automated robots which patrol the halls. The sentient computer C.H.A.O.S. is resisting any attempt at interface from the outside. You must take an advanced EVA pod, the Time Pod and shifting through dimensional rifts… arrive at the Titan station to determine what went wrong. Use the probe’s interfaces to gain access to computers, databanks and whatever else it will take to crack the access codes on the labs and C.H.A.O.S. itself.

Star Wars: Episode I – Racer (1999)

Star Wars: Episode I – Racer

LucasArts Entertainment Company LLC

Based upon the Pod Racing scenes of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, your mission as young Anakin Skywalker or as one of a collection of strange characters from around the Galaxy is to compete, survive and win in the high speed challenge of Pod Racing.

Star Trek Pinball (1998)

Star Trek Pinball

Interplay Entertainment Corp.

A pinball game based on the original Star Trek series. There are three tables in the game, the third of which actually requires two players to play. Although available for sale, it was also bundled free with Starfleet Academy.

Odell Down Under (1996)

Odell Down Under

MECC

You are a fish locked in the desperate game of survival in a small coral reef. As you struggle to live you’ll learn about prey and predators in a reef.

Risk (1991)

Risk

Virgin Interactive Entertainment, Inc.

The Computer Edition of Risk is an official conversion of the classic Parker Brothers board game. Two to six human and/or computer players attempt to conquer the world with their armies. All the rules of the board game are here, including trading in Risk cards and rolling dice. Computer players have three different skill levels, which you can change during the game. You can even change players between computer and human in the middle of the game.

Myst (1993)

Myst

Brøderbund Software, Inc.

You have just stumbled upon a most intriguing book, a book titled Myst. You have no idea where it came from, who wrote it, or how old it is. Reading through its pages provides you with only a superbly crafted description of an island world. But it’s just a book, isn’t it? As you reach the end of the book, you lay your hand on a page. Suddenly your own world dissolves into blackness, replaced with the island world the pages described. Now you’re here, wherever here is, with no option but to explore.

Ultimate Yahtzee (1996)

Ultimate Yahtzee

Hasbro Interactive, Inc.

A computer adaptation of the classic dice game Yahtzee. Players take turns throwing five dice and attempting to make scoring combinations (full house, straight). The elusive five of a kind is referred to as a Yahtzee (hence the game’s name).

In addition to the standard game (solo, against the computer, and against other human players), Ultimate Yahtzee has four other variations including Battle Yahtzee (your roll can hurt the other player’s roll) and Pyramid Yahtzee (uses four sided dice).

Star Wars: Pit Droids (1999)

Star Wars: Pit Droids

Lucas Learning Ltd.

Watto has purchased a new shipment of Pit Droids, and it is up to you to get them to the Pod Racing arena, by guiding the droids through 300 puzzels of road blocks, spinning tiles of death and junk heaps. You can also create your own puzzels for the droids to get caught up in, and trade them online with other gamers.

Star Wars: DroidWorks (1998)

Star Wars: DroidWorks

Lucas Learning Ltd.

Learn about physics and simple machines as you build your own Star Wars droids. Once you have selected various parts to put together in the droid, you pilot it through many different missions in a 3d environment. The beginning training missions teach you about the concepts. Once you get to the final mission, you’ll be navigating your droid to find the Empire’s Assassin Droid Factory so you can reprogram them to save the Alliance.