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Mario is Back screenshotMario is Back 1995


Mario VGA screenshotMario VGA 1990
Mario Brothers VGA is an unofficial remake of the classic Mario Bros. game of the arcade in VGA 16 colors.You control Mario who has to flip turtles coming out from two pipes at the top of the screen. The goal of the game is to defeat these turtles and score...


MarioUp screenshotMarioUp 2000
MarioUp is a nice fanmade Mario Brothers game, coded in QBasic. Your job once again is to guide our plump plumber across the 2D side-scrolling levels, collecting stars while he can and jumping on enemies. The game is very colorful, the animations fluid, and the controls easy to learn. The...


Mars Taxi screenshotMars Taxi 1997
Mars Taxi is a fun and faithful clone of the 8-bit classic Space Taxi game. Short description on MobyGames: "As an operator of a taxi on Mars, your job is to carry passengers from one platform to another as quickly as possible. You'll have to avoid obstacles on the way...


Marshmallow Duel screenshotMarshmallow Duel 1997
A simple platform game. However, this game is ONLY playable with 2 people. There is no single player - But let me tell you, this game is genious. The basic idea is to throw your enemy's spaceman into the gloppy pile of marshmallow at the bottom of the level. Weapons...


Mass Destruction screenshotMass Destruction 1997
Mass Destruction puts players behind the controls of a one-man tank. The environments range from arctic to desert to urban. The player can blow up trees, buildings, walls - whatever you don't like the look. Enemies will come at you in tanks, planes, helicopters, and on foot. Each of the...


Master Blaster screenshotMaster Blaster 1987
Yet another compilation by Keypunch in which the company essentially stole freelance designers' works (most released as freeware or shareware on various BBS's), took out all credits, and sold them as the company's own games. That the company was able to do this unchallenged in mid-1980s is telling of how...


Master Levels for DOOM II screenshotMaster Levels for DOOM II 1995
Compiled by iD Software in response to various commercial Doom wad collections like D!Zone, the Master Levels for DOOM II was intended to be the largest mega-collection of additional Doom maps (the "Maximum Doom" collection), plus twenty new official maps (the "Master Levels").The "Master Levels" are twenty stand-alone maps from...


Master Ninja: Shadow Warriors of Death screenshotMaster Ninja: Shadow Warriors of Death 1986
Defend your country from the evil forces of Sanjo in Paragon's first commercial game, Master Ninja. This is a traditional side-view fighting game, in which you also have many special weapons to use in defeating your foe, such as blindness powder, throwing stars, and katanas. A practice mode is...


Master Won Liu 3D screenshotMaster Won Liu 3D 1996
A shareware game made with the very old Pie In The Sky engine. It's a 3-D point-of-view game featuring a Martial Arts master and his enemies. Get Master Won Liu out of the Dungeons of Dr. Chang. The registered version gets all levels plus a MapMaker program and level compiler...


Matrix, The: Path of Neo screenshotMatrix, The: Path of Neo 2005
Matrix fans jack back into the computer-generated fašade we know as reality, and for the first time, take the role of The One who is destined to save us all from its soul-siphoning illusions. As the subtitle suggests, this single-player action-adventure allows gamers to take the role of Neo himself,...


Matterhorn Screamer! screenshotMatterhorn Screamer! 1988
A side-scrolling, jumping game in which you help Goofy climb the treacherous slopes of the Matterhorn. Using keyboard or joystick, make Goofy climb ropes or jump to ledges, empty bobsleds or gondolas. Jump over goats or snowmen before they push Goofy off the ledge. At higher levels...


Max Payne screenshotMax Payne 2001
You find yourself standing on the roof of a New York City skyscraper. It's snowing and a cold wind is blowing -- you've got a sniper rifle in your hand and you hear police sirens somewhere far below. How did you get here and what could have possibly caused you...


Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne screenshotMax Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne 2003
Finnish developer Remedy Entertainment's embittered vigilante cop has put his troubled past behind him and is ready to begin a new chapter in his life with Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne. The stylized third-person shooter, which initially turned heads with its combination of gritty environments, film noir...


Maxgame screenshotMaxgame 1985
Some strange CGA game. ...


Mayday Squad screenshotMayday Squad 1989
In Mayday Squad, the Lutonian Embassy has been taken over by the Red Legion terror organisation and the ambassador's daughter has been kidnapped. The player takes the role of a group of three special agents which have to save her within a time limit. The player has to choose between...


Maze Adventures screenshotMaze Adventures 1986
This is a pack of 4 different maze games: Diamond Digger, you run around and pick up gems. Block Five, is not quite a maze-game. It's five in row against the computer. Another game is Rogue Runner. In this game you see very short a level with a maze in it....


Maze Wars screenshotMaze Wars 1992
Maze Wars is a strange cross between Wolfenstein 3D and Pacman. You navigate around a 3D maze, shooting and running from enemies that are represented by wireframe pyramids. Once all enemies are dead you can exit the maze and move on to the next one. If you run out of...


Maze!, The screenshotMaze!, The 1996
The Maze! is a shareware Doom clone. The shareware release consists of four levels while the registered version has twenty.There is no story or plot to this game. The player walks, or runs, around a maze looking for the exit and shooting and/or avoiding guards and other creatures that are...


McDonald Land screenshotMcDonald Land 1992
The Hamburglar has stolen Ronald's bag of magic tricks! In this 2D platformer, it's up to you to play as Mick or Mac and get it back. Go across various lands and meet McDonald's characters as you travel to places like Ronald's Clubhouse, Birdie's Treehouse, and the Hamburglar's...


MDK screenshotMDK 1997
MDK is a 3rd person action/shooter game in which the objective is to basically shoot everything that moves in six massive cities, each with their own sublevels. Because the world is being invaded by aliens, it is up to you and your sidekick Bones to stop the invasion and single...


MDK2 screenshotMDK2 2000
MDK 2 avoids being sucked into obscurity as yet another clone by virtue of its unique gameplay and its light-hearted, tongue-planted-firmly-in-cheek presentation. While it isn't a stellar, must-see game, it is very exciting and a joy to play. With an innovative interface that allows the game to switch between three...


Mean Cuisine screenshotMean Cuisine 2003
Mean Cuisine is another quality freeware gem from Blackeye Software, makers of the outstanding Eternal Daughter. This time, they brought us not another epic platformer, but a nice Pac-Man-style game. The designer's description: "Poo is a strange little blue alien with a BIG appetite, and he's chosen Chef Louis's restaurant...


Meat Puppet screenshotMeat Puppet 1997
It's the year 2026, where life is grim and the world looks bleak. You are located in the dirty streets of Los Angeles. Everything is dark and evil. The lust for power and blood surrounds the ghetto. Technology dominates the society in forms of weaponry, bio-engineering, and advanced armor. You...


Mechwarrior screenshotMechwarrior 1989
MechWarrior is a curious historical footnote. It spawns the defining series in 3D real-time giant robot simulators and is itself one of the first PC attempts at 3D graphics. But a few flaws keep it from being the great game it could be; instead it ends up being a foreshadowing...


MechWarrior 3 screenshotMechWarrior 3 1999
Welcome to the Eridani Light Horse, one of the premier outfits in the Inner Sphere. Your job is to assist with the eradication of the Smoke Jaguar Clan. Use any means necessary and any means at your disposal. Any questions? Good. MechWarrior 3 is a quantum upgrade on all fronts from...


MechWarrior 4: Vengeance screenshotMechWarrior 4: Vengeance 2001
MechWarrior 4: Vengeance begins with a strong, enjoyable cinematic introduction that stirs up excitement, a rare commodity when compared to the impatient norm for the genre. Not only does the intro set the plot, but it also features nice direction and action sequences. Does the game deliver on this promising...


Medal of Honor: Allied Assault screenshotMedal of Honor: Allied Assault 2002
Electronic Arts has produced another rock solid, if uninspired, first-person shooter for their Medal of Honor series. Medal of Honor: Allied Assault's seven multi-level missions traverse the European Theater of WWII; you will take out coastal guns in North Africa, scuttle submarines in Norway, and sneak into the heart of...


Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault screenshotMedal of Honor: Pacific Assault 2004
Pacific Assault returns Medal of Honor fans and first-person shooter enthusiasts to the Great War, for a tour of duty in the Pacific Theatre. Players take the role of a Marine named Conlin, who survives the attack on Pearl Harbor and embarks on a series of increasingly difficult missions that...


Medicalat screenshotMedicalat 2002
Another fun "cute flying witch" horizontal shooter from Japan, Medicalat features smooth SVGA graphics and addictive gameplay that recalls the best of IREM's offerings. One of the best features in the game is the rocket that accompanies you, acting as a "wingman" that helps shoot the enemies. When you leave...


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