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Dizzy: Fantastic Dizzy screenshotDizzy: Fantastic Dizzy 1993
Paul McCartney wrote a song about eggs once. It started with the immortal lines: "Scrambled eggs/ oh my darling, how I love your legs," but then he ruined it by sticking in a string quartet and calling it Yesterday. Oh, and he mode an album called Back to the Egg...


Dizzy: The Dizzy Collection screenshotDizzy: The Dizzy Collection 1991
This collection has 5 games in it. They are: Fantasy World Dizzy - Dizzy... Dizzy... Dizzy. Dizzy is an egg. This time he has been thrown into a dungeon. He is being closely guarded by a troll. You must find a way to escape. I'll let you figure it out :)...


Dog Fight screenshotDog Fight 1993
Dog Fight 80 years of Aerial Warfare. A very cool game, which you can play both with computer opponents or with your friends, through splitted screen. You can choose between many aeroplanes in style of first or 2nd World War, etc. Fine graphics, enjoyable gameplay, worth to try! ...


Dog Fight v1.1 screenshotDog Fight v1.1 1990
This is the Dogfight game, which was the favourite of many Amiga gamers. You have a splitted screen and have to fly your plane and shoot the opponent. Can be played against the computer or a 2nd player. Very cool! ...


Dogs of War screenshotDogs of War 1989
It's an agressive shooting action game, which was 'Banned in Germany' at that time. With a modern point of view it looks very funny. A nice action shooter in the style of Commando and Chaos Engine. ...


Doodlebug (Bug Bash 2) screenshotDoodlebug (Bug Bash 2) 1992
Good platform game, which takes only one floppy disk, but features fine graphics with happy colours and a nice character called Doodle. ...


Doofus screenshotDoofus 1993


Double Dragon screenshotDouble Dragon 1988
Billy and Jimmy Lee must rescue Billy's girlfriend after she is captured by Mr. Big and his gang. Featuring one- or two-player action. You can do many special moves, and also had a range of weapons. Fight your way through the levels to the final confrontation with Mr. Big. Watch...


Double Dragon 2 screenshotDouble Dragon 2 1989
When the first Double Dragon appeared this time last year, it was received with almost uniformly awful reviews. Readers voted it one of the worst games of the year. Disappointment was evident because expectations were high. The appearance and subsequent licensing of Double Dragon II gave Virgin another chance to produce...


Double Dragon 3 screenshotDouble Dragon 3 1991
HOW MANY EXCUSES do you need to beat someone up? They're messing with your woman? They stole everything you own? They insulted your family? They're the ultimate evil in the world? For Billy and Jimmy Lee, stars of coin-op and computer conversions (and even a possible film), it's the latter...


Dr. Plummet's House of Flux screenshotDr. Plummet's House of Flux 1990
There aren't too many Thrust clones on the Amiga, so American publishers Microillusions reckon it's about time there were more. This one gives the player 28 levels spread over four increasingly difficult missions, where the idea is to fly around the often bizarre and psychedelic levels and rescue a set...


Dragon Breed screenshotDragon Breed 1990
Space ships? Thing of the past! A new breed of shoot-em-up has risen and at the arcade forefront is Dragon Breed. Coming from IREM Corporation -those nice people who bought us R-Types I and II - it has a massively violent pedigree featuring more power-ups than you can eat and...


Dragon Flight screenshotDragon Flight 1990
After three years in the making, the much hyped and long awaited German role-player Dragonflight has at last been released. When it was first demo'ed a few years back, it captured the attention of adventure fans worldwide. Of course, back then we didn't have as many quality roleplaying games or...


Dragon Ninja screenshotDragon Ninja 1988
Ocean France are fast emerging as one of the leading development houses in the 16-bit arcade field. Although, as Ocean France, the team is new to the scene, they are already showing off a unique, unrivalled style of graphics in their forthcoming games, which I can honestly say are the...


Dragon Strike screenshotDragon Strike 1990
Dragonstrike is the first and as far as I know, the only dragon combat simulator on the Amiga. And it's based around the Dragonlance chronicles. You must mount one of the many good dragons that roam the fantastic land of Krynn and do battle against the evil dragon armies under...


Dragon Wars screenshotDragon Wars 1990


Drakkhen screenshotDrakkhen 1989
Usually I send role-playing games to Kamikaze Andy in his Dungeon to review, but I liked this one so much I decided to review it myself (sorry Andy!). So, if you are an adventurer looking for something different, or a role-player looking for something good, then take a look at...


Dreamweb AGA screenshotDreamweb AGA 1994
Dreamweb's got one of those very rare things in computer games, a believable plot. I say that, not because it could really happen, but because the idea of a dreamweb can happily sit up there in your imagination alongside extra-terrestrials, shamans, vampires and poltergeists. A long and cinematic opening sequence...


Druid 2: Enlightment screenshotDruid 2: Enlightment 1988
Although you, Hasrinaxx, played a vital part in expelling Acamantor over one hundred years ago, a scries of disturbing events lead you to the inevitable conclusion that he has returned and is once again trying to exert his evil powers over the land of Belorn. Your apprentice has been zombified...


Duck Tales screenshotDuck Tales 1990
Most of the games released on the Amiga can be placed into two categories. The mindless blast with all the weapons that you can lay your hands on, or initially confusing mind-games that take a lot of brain power to figure out. This is all very well if you're a...


Dune screenshotDune 1992
A world beyond your experience, beyond your imagination? Or just a load of old tosh? Gary Whitta shakes the sand from his shoes and finds out. You've read the book (although you probably haven't), you've seen the film (but you couldn't make head nor tail of if), now play the game!...


Dune 2 screenshotDune 2 1993
Maybe sixth best of all time was a bit harsh because this truly is one of the best Amiga games ever written. Based on the planet Arrakis, it's a one player wargame centred around three clans, or houses, battling for control of the planet and the spice that the planet...


Dungeon Master screenshotDungeon Master 1988
This is one of the first dungeon exploring type games I do believe. I'm not into them much, but it is pretty simple, so I actually can tell you what happens in it! woah. Anyway, you start off and you have to enter a dungeon. As you explore the dungeon...


Dylan Dog: The Murderers Adventure screenshotDylan Dog: The Murderers Adventure 1992
Good old Dylan Dog! He's not a dog, that much is obvious, and he doesn't even look like a Dylan. A Brian perhaps, or maybe a Stuart, but not a Dylan. And yet the game treats him as if he's a computer celebrity to rival Sonic The Hedgehog. Stranger and...


Dynablaster screenshotDynablaster 1991
Bomberman is a well known name among console owners as the PC engine and its handheld brother have been rocking to the sound of explosive detonations (or several months. Frustrated owners cry out, "Aw, ya geeeeek!" as they fall foul to the plans and devices of their friends and enemies....


Dyter 07 screenshotDyter 07 1990
Dyter 7 takes its inspiration from two of the classic shoot 'em ups -Choplifter and Defender. From Choplifter come the tiny figures that have to be plucked from danger by your chopper, and from Defender comes the sophisticated radar which shows the position of the enemy attack vehicles that have...


E-Motion screenshotE-Motion 1990
E.Motion is not what you'd call a really standard game. In fact it's a very nonstandard game. Let's join our hosts, the Assembly Line, tor a quick chat about E.Motion and how it was made. The Assembly Line are John Dale, Andy Beveridge, Martin Day and Adrian Stephens, and although there's...


Ebonstar screenshotEbonstar 1988
In contrast to the complexities of their excellent Faery Tale Adventure, Microillusions have now come up with a game of surprising simplicity. Ebonstar takes elements from a few ancient coin-ops and with a neat vector graphic effect, results in a game rather like those oldies Space Wars and Stella Castle. A...


Einmal Kanzler Sein screenshotEinmal Kanzler Sein 1991


Eishockey Manager screenshotEishockey Manager 1993


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