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Detroit screenshotDetroit 1993 Simulation
This game is the one for all of you who ever dreamt of making your own set of wheels. In Detroit you must develop, produce and sell automobiles. The game takes you back to the beginning of the twentieth century, when you must decide where to build your first car factory. After you've made your choice, you start the assembly line and watch those cars sell. Don't forget to set a reasonable price for the car. No one wants to buy a car that's too cheap, while not many can afford one which is too expensive. Also, be sure to...


Elite screenshotElite 1988 Amiga
Everybody knows Elite 2 - Frontier. But who remember Elite 1? :) Maybe it's not an accident. Elite is one of the first space simulations on Amiga. So it has too poor graphics and horrible sound. But if you like Elite 2, you should take a look on this, just for fun :) ...


Alone in the Dark 2 screenshotAlone in the Dark 2 1993 Action adventure
Eager to capitalize upon the success of their previous game in the Alone in the Dark series, Infogrames set on a voyage the second in the series just a year after the first game hit stores. Considered the first true 3D games, the Alone in the dark series has been a revolutionary movement in the video game industry to innovation. Unfortunately, Alone in the Dark 2 does not make a very fitting sequel to the first in the series. Somehow the second game in a trilogy always seems to be the worst of the three, unfortunately, and that is no...


Crack of Doom screenshotCrack of Doom 1989 Adventure
The third and final game in the Lord of the Rings trilogy game series from Melbourne House. Crack of Doom is a bit different than the other games because you can only control one character and that is Sam Gamgee. I find this a bit annoying since Sam isn't the main character in the game but also one of the more boring characters although I admit he is a good part of the entire story. There are also several times the story in the game doesn't match with the original story but it doesn't matter that much since it makes the...


Timelapse screenshotTimelapse 1996 Adventure
Timelapse is an older game, reminiscent of the original "Myst." It was published in 1996, back in a golden era when gaming companies thought they could make a profit by giving the gamer dozens of hours of gameplay. The game is huge, with knock-your-socks-off graphics and lots of attention to detail. There are more puzzles in it than in "Myst," but in general I would not consider it to be a harder game, probably about equal in difficulty. Timelapse has stood the test of time, and (except for its now trite back-story and lack of a 360-degree panning feature) feels...


Moment of Silence, The screenshotMoment of Silence, The 2004 Adventure
The Moment of Silence is the next great example of a 3rd person adventure game. It follows the tradition of other games like Police Quest, CSI, Myst, and all the other games of its genre. This particular game is set in the near future of New York City in 2044. The protagonist is an average man: Peter Wright, an advertising head of the Government's 'Freedom of Speech' program. It is found out after the initial cut screen of a 'SWAT team' arresting one of his neighbors that he is also trying to get over the loss of his own family....


Iron Lord screenshotIron Lord 1989 Amiga
UBI Soft's attempt at the Defender Of The Crown throne wasn't as easy to get into, but featured far more depth than the Cinemaware game. Played over a large map area, the basic aim of the game is to recover your father's kingdom from the evil despot currently masquerading as King. Proving your merit as the titular Iron Lord, you must cross the land perfecting your many skills in sub-games featuring arm-wrestling, sword fighting, and archery. There are also plenty of villages to enter for the buying of further arms and the chance to barter with locals for information and...


R Type screenshotR Type 1987 Arcade action
Nice Nemesis like game. Good arcade fun. ...


Deja Vu 1: A Nightmare Comes True screenshotDeja Vu 1: A Nightmare Comes True 1987 Adventure
Deja Vu was the first game ever made by ICOM, the makers of such famous adventure games as Shadowgate and Uninvited. It featured mouse support, a multi-window interface, and bitmapped graphics at a time when text-based interactive fiction was the norm. In Deja Vu your character wakes up in a toilet stall of a sleazy pub with no memory of who you are or what you're doing there. To make matters worse, you soon stumble upon a very dead corpse upstairs with three bullets buried in him. Sure enough, you find there's a gun in your pocket with three bullets...


Darius screenshotDarius 1989 Amiga
Yet another in the queue of crimbo arcade conversions, although this time it appeared that The Edge had bitten off a little more than they could chew. The major feature of the arcade version of Darius was its three screens, an obviously impossible feature on the Amiga. Some of the graphics were extremely large and complicated, and the background scrolled at a very high speed. How could they possibly attempt a conversion? The solution has been to rewrite the game almost completely. It's ended up not so much like Darius but more like Xenon II kicked on its side, which...


 

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