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Mega Blast screenshotMega Blast 1995
Mega Blast is a game based upon simple rules popularized by such classic titles like Dyna Blaster or Bomberman. A couple of players are placed in a maze and each of them have time-bombs at disposal. The goal is to eliminate adversaries; players can achieve this by detonating an explosive...


Mega Man screenshotMega Man 1990
Prior to publishing its own line of PC games, Capcom Entertainment licensed Mega Man to Hi Tech Expressions. The result is a unique version of the game that puts you in the role of the title character, a robot wunderkind created to save the world from Dr. Wily and his...


Mega Man 3: The Robots are Revolting screenshotMega Man 3: The Robots are Revolting 1992
Dr. Wily seeks once more to conquer the earth with his robotic creations and it's up to Megaman to stop him. This time, Megaman will face the likes of six different robot masters and the monsters within their levels. These bosses are Torch Man, Blade Man, Oil Man, Bit Man,...


Mega Man X screenshotMega Man X 1995
Set 100 years after the events chronicled in Capcom's 8-bit Mega Man games, Mega Man X makes its PC debut as a port of the Super NES cartridge. The Blade Runner-style storyline finds a sentient Mega Man hunting down "Mavericks," robots gone rogue. Yet the core gameplay is virtually unchanged...


Mega Man X4 screenshotMega Man X4 1998
A group of reploids known as the Repliforce, led by Colonel and the huge General, desires independence from the humans that made them, although unlike the Mavericks, they do not wish to harm humans. Even so, a war breaks out between the Repliforce and the Maverick Hunters, who have pegged...


Mega Man X8 screenshotMega Man X8 2005


Mega Phoenix screenshotMega Phoenix 1992
Mega Phoenix brings the concept of the earlier arcade game Phoenix into the 90s, to the extent that a coin-op version was later made by Gaelco. The game is a single-screen shoot 'em up in which the player moves left to right while shooting several waves. There is a shield...


Megapede screenshotMegapede 1992
This straight-forward Centipede clone uses ASCII graphics in its presentation. You are able to move your base up, down, left, and right to shoot missiles at an oncoming megapede. The megapede will use grow pills on the field to get even bigger and will use the edges of the...


MegaRace screenshotMegaRace 1994
On the surface, MegaRace appears to be a great game. It promises plenty of speed, action and thrills, and for the most part, it delivers in this aspect. It's fairly fast and there's a good amount of shooting gang members into oblivion. But where this game falters is it's lack...


MegaRace 2 screenshotMegaRace 2 1996
Technology has been nice to the developers of MegaRace 2. For one, the tracks in this game are far more superior in design and look when compared to the original. They're simply great looking and feature more hazards, such as oil slicks and things to blow you up as well...


MegaRace 3 screenshotMegaRace 3 2001
Futuristic combat racing returns in 3D with this release of MegaRace 3 from Cryo Interactive. As in earlier MegaRace releases, players guide high-tech, high-speed vehicles across a variety of unusual tracks. Virtual pilots can choose to accept a series of single-player missions or try to top their best times in...


Megatron VGA screenshotMegatron VGA 1993
In Megatron VGA the player sits in the cockpit of a large walking tank, similar to those from FASA's BattleTech universe.The player can walk around in a first person perspective through maze-like environments similar in technical presentation to Eye of the Beholder (the player can only walk in fixed steps...


Men of Valor screenshotMen of Valor 2004
Developed by the team responsible for Medal of Honor: Allied Assault, Sierra's Men of Valor: Vietnam is modeled after its successful World War II counterpart. Players are thrust into the thick and stifling jungles of the Vietnam War in a first-person shooter focusing on infantry combat. Using a graphic engine...


Menace screenshotMenace 1989
Six ruthless dictators have collaborated to create the planet Draconia, which contains some of the most gruesome and harmful life-forms imaginable, all indulging in some rather unsavoury actions. Thus, you must go in your spaceship to destroy them all.The game is a side-scrolling R-Type-influenced shoot 'em up consisting of six...


Messiah screenshotMessiah 2000
Very rarely does a game come along with as interesting a premise as that of Messiah. Where else have you played as a little angel named Bob, a character you hardly ever see? As Bob, you must attempt to save the earth, essentially from itself. You must take over the...


Messier screenshotMessier 2000
Storm Caliber and Messier are two excellent freeware shooters from Japan. Both games feature fun gameplay, imaginative enemy ship designs, and plenty of cool power-ups to use. The graphics are excellent, although it is sometimes hard to differentiate between different enemies' shots, due to their graphics being quite similar. Both...


Metal Blade screenshotMetal Blade 2001
Yet another outstanding fighting game made with ASCII's Fighting Game Maker application (never released outside Japan, unfortunately), Metal Blade has it all: unique and well-designed characters, fluid animations, tons of cool fighting moves, and even a great soundtrack besides. Athough the first couple of fights are ridiculously easy in solo...


Metal Gear screenshotMetal Gear 1990
Near the end of the 20th century, a small fortified nation named Outer Heaven (founded by a mysterious war hero whose name and identity are shrouded in secrecy) is threatening the nations of the "West" with the development of a new prototype weapon named Metal Gear, a walking tank which...


Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake screenshotMetal Gear 2: Solid Snake 1990
Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake is a little-known release in Konami's popular Metal Gear series, because it was released only in Japan for Konami's MSX2 computer. It's not until the release of MSX2 emulator for PC and fanmade English translation patch in 1997 that PC gamers have a chance to...


Metal Gear Solid screenshotMetal Gear Solid 2000
Metal Gear Solid, when released for the PlayStation two years prior to this release, made waves in the game market. It was the third (well, fourth, but let's forget about Snake's Revenge for the NES, okay?) installment of the extremely popular Metal Gear games. Now a PlayStation greatest hit, Metal Gear...


Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance screenshotMetal Gear Solid 2: Substance 2003
The PC port of Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance is an enhanced version of the PlayStation 2's Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty. In addition to advancing through the entire storyline found in 2001's blockbuster game, players are able to take Solid Snake through five completely new scenarios in...


Metal Mutant screenshotMetal Mutant 1991
Metal Mutant is an action game, where you control the eponymous machine, sent to the planet Kronox to find and destroy the insane computer AROD 7. Each level is not side-scrolling fluidly, but is divided into separate screens; upon getting to the edge of one screen you move to the...


Metal Rage screenshotMetal Rage 1996
Metal Rage: Defender of the Earth is a shooting game in which the player controls a tank inside city environments. The game is completely in 3D, and both an inside and an outside view are offered.The tank can carry multiple weapons (shells, missiles, mines, drones) which can be used against...


Metal Saver screenshotMetal Saver 1994
Metal Saver is a fun arcade-style game from Korea that plays like a cross between Bubble Ghost and Dinosaur Balls. Controlling either a male or female fighter (or play both in 2-player mode), your job is to blast all the enemies on each level without getting killed. The graphics are...


Meteor screenshotMeteor 1999
Meteor is a look down military shooter that runs under Win32 DirectX where you control the main character in real-time. The concept of the game is to stay alive, pot the baddies and complete the mission objectives for each mission. The bad guys come in numbers; they are smart and...


Meteor Mission screenshotMeteor Mission 1995
Looks like someone has gone and abandoned some poor astronauts on a desolate planet again. It's your job to swoop them up and bring 'em home in Meteor Mission. In this fixed perspective arcade game you control the rocket ship as it drops from the mother-ship. You will direct the...


Meteors screenshotMeteors 1989
The player, flying a scout ship in space, is asked to rescue survivors from a space station caught in a meteor shower. During gameplay, the player's ship continually moves forward on the screen from the bottom to the top. Whenever it hits the top of the screen, it...


Metroid Redemption screenshotMetroid Redemption 2004
Metroid Redemption is a great fanmade platformer set in the universe of Metroid, Nintendo's immensely popular series. Beanjo's excellent review at Gamemakergames.com says it all: "Metroid Redemption is an original fan game based off of the popular Nintendo series: Metroid. The game stars the bounty hunter Samus Aran, who happens...


MGT screenshotMGT 1987
This is an immersive isometric game where you start by having no clue about your mission. You drive a tank which moves under heavy inertia via directional controls, and bumps into walls and can only shoot. Gameplay resembles titles such as Alien 8 and Sweevo's World. Some blocks can...


Miami Vice screenshotMiami Vice 1989
Take on the roles of Crockett and Tubbs in this computer game adaption of the 1980s TV series. Gameplay consists of eight levels spanning several different mini-games in one package. Climb through warehouses in search of contraband, drive a sports car, and race a speedboat after the bad guys. ...


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