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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3: The Manhattan Missions screenshotTeenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3: The Manhattan Missions 1991
The heroes in a half-shell come out of the sewers and on to your computer screen in Konami's gnarly Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Manhattan Missions. Shredder, Bebop, Rocksteady and their gang of mousers, foot soldiers and other evil dudes are totally wasting the city. So much crime is being committed...


Tempest 2000 screenshotTempest 2000 1996
Tempest 2000 is generally considered one of the Atari Jaguar's best games. For those who never had the chance to play the game on that system, rejoice -- it's now been faithfully reproduced and ported to the PC. If you're a fan of the original arcade version of Tempest, you're...


Temple of Kroz screenshotTemple of Kroz 1990
The second part of the Super Kroz trilogy is once again more or less the same as its predecessors - move your player through levels killing and avoiding monsters, while solving puzzles. ...


Teppodon screenshotTeppodon 2004
Teppodon is a fun sequel of sorts to Teppoman and Bimboman, two fun cartoony platformers from the same Japanese author. Created with Klik & Play game creation program, Teppodon offers smooth cartoon animations, excellent level designs, plenty of improvements over the previous two games, and a *very* challenging gameplay. There...


Teppoman screenshotTeppoman 2003
Teppoman and Bimboman are two excellent cartoon platformers from the same Japanese author. Created with Klik & Play game creation program, both games feature very smooth animations, crisp graphics, and excellent level designs. One of the things I like about Teppoman and Bimboman is the ability to aim your shots...


Terminal Terror screenshotTerminal Terror 1994
Terminal Terror is the sequel to Lethal Tender. Once again you step in the shoes of super spy/army-of-one hero Nick Hunter and this time around your mission is to take back into custody the international terrorist Bruno Riggs who has escaped jail thanks to the aid of a new terrorist...


Terminator 2 screenshotTerminator 2 1993
As the title states, this is the home conversion of the arcade rail-shooter based on the film Terminator 2: Judgement Day. Up to two players shoot through future and present levels as robotic killers reprogrammed to serve the human resistance. Both players wield a machine gun with infinite ammo that...


Terminator 2029, The screenshotTerminator 2029, The 1994
The Terminator 2029 - Deluxe CD Edition includes the complete original The Terminator 2029 as well as its mission disk Operation Scour, making a total of 34 missions. This compilation also adds over 330MB of mission briefings and character speech to the game and several award-winning pieces of music during...


Terminator 2: Judgment Day screenshotTerminator 2: Judgment Day 1991
The game consists of several actions parts linked together. All parts are different, each resembling typical games of the genre (for example: 1st level is like a side-view beat 'em up). Between each level a small cutscene from the movie is shown. ...


Terminator 3: War of the Machines screenshotTerminator 3: War of the Machines 2003
Based on the 2003 summer film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines is a first-person shooter that closely follows the events as depicted in the film. Terminator 3 also marks the first time Schwarzenegger's likeness and voice have been used in a video game. Cast in the...


Terminator, The screenshotTerminator, The 1991
I do so love The Terminator. I'm actually watching it as I type this review. Not only is it '80s low-budget cinema at its best, but it somehow manages to involve a lot of deep sci-fi elements grounded in semi-reality, while also being super-cool. And Arnold's puppet heads. C'mon, who...


Terminator, The: Future Shock screenshotTerminator, The: Future Shock 1995
The year is 2015, and machines, under the leadership of the super-computer Skynet, control the Earth. Deprived of their civilization, the surviving humans continue to resist the mechanical rulers. The protagonist escapes from the machines' extermination camp with the help of resistance soldiers. Eventually he meets the leader of the...


Terminator, The: Rampage screenshotTerminator, The: Rampage 1993
Terminator: Rampage is Bethesda's fourth Terminator-licensed game, and is a standard first-person corridor crawler.In Rampage, the corrupt defense system SkyNet again finds itself overrun by the human Resistance, and again manages to send a robot into the past to preserve its future existence. Sent to 1984, this time it is...


Terra Cognita screenshotTerra Cognita 2003
Terra Cognita is a fun fanmade remake that achieves what few remakes manage to do: make the game even more fun than the original. And in this case, the achievement is even more noteworthy because the original was not - contrary to most other games that got remade - one...


Terra Nova: Strike Force Centauri screenshotTerra Nova: Strike Force Centauri 1996
Looking Glass's Terra Nova manages to blend ideas from a number of games into one unified whole. It uses an interesting keyboard/mouse control scheme like Doom, draws heavily on the clan-based settlements of MechWarrior, and puts you in the sort of powered body armor Heinlein dreamt of in Starship Troopers....


Terracide screenshotTerracide 1997
Terracide is a fun 3D action game in the same style as Descent, although admittedly not as good. The plot is the "kill the evil aliens" cliche you have seen countless times, and the gameplay will be familiar to anyone who has played Descent before. You control a futuristic craft...


TerraFire screenshotTerraFire 2000
In this arcade space shooter, blast your ship through heavily defended underground caverns, past wind tunnels, fire-walls and subterranean lakes. Recover stolen nuclear pods using your ship's tractor beam and carry them back to the planet surface and beyond into hyperspace. The game has raytraced graphics and 360 degree parallax...


Terror in Christmas Town screenshotTerror in Christmas Town 1995
Another Doom clone made with the Pie 3D Game Creation System where you have to rescue Santa's frozen elf held captive by the evil polar bear king. It has Wolfenstein-like 3D graphics. Although you use heavy weaponry (shotguns and so on) this is not a gory game. The graphics, sounds...


Terror of the Catacombs screenshotTerror of the Catacombs 1993
The evil Nemesis has discovered how to use Time Gates and has trapped you once again down in the catacombs, preventing you from stopping him. He has the ability to send you back and forth through time where you have to challenge creatures from the very ends of eternity. The...


Terror Strike screenshotTerror Strike 2006
Terror Strike (The Regiment in Europe) is a tactical action FPS based on the SAS, with absolutely no clowns involved, at least not until I showed up for basic training. This involves 17 mini-missions which impart authentic SAS tactics, such as the dark arts of flashbang entry into a room...


Terrorist Takedown screenshotTerrorist Takedown 2004
Terrorist Takedown is a realistic rail shooter set somewhere in the Middle East, where there are many, many angry people with guns that just need to be shot by the player. The realism factor provides something of a challenge from a design standpoint, as it means that the player will...


Terrorist Takedown: War in Colombia screenshotTerrorist Takedown: War in Colombia 2006


Tetripz screenshotTetripz 1998
This is the best Tetris ever! There are 5 modes of gameplay, along with Single, Multiplayer, and You vs. Computer options! With each mode, there are 10 levels. But what makes this game incredible are the modes. With each mode the screen changes, the board changes, and the color changes....


Th3 Plan screenshotTh3 Plan 2006


Theatre of Death screenshotTheatre of Death 1994
Theatre of Death is an isometric tactical war game similar to Cannon Fodder, but much more advanced. You are a commander of squads of soldiers, which you have to guide through missions in various terrains from the grasslands, desert and snow to the Moon, using a variety of weaponry at...


Theatre of Pain screenshotTheatre of Pain 1997
Theatre of Pain is a Mortal Kombat-esque fighting game featuring characters and settings drawn from Roman history and mythology.It features high-resolution SVGA rendered sprites and backgrounds, as did Mirage's previous fighting game, Rise Of The Robots.It uses a six-button layout, with weak, medium, and strong punches/slashes and kicks. There...


Theseus: Return of the Hero screenshotTheseus: Return of the Hero 2005


Thexder screenshotThexder 1987
Thexder has some interesting ideas to contribute to the shooter genre but the pieces just don't come together. Gameplay is nearly as much platform-based as shooter but the game fails to meet the mark as either. The only factor that saves Thexder from oblivion is the fact that PC shooter...


Thexder 2 (a.k.a. Fire Hawk: Thexder - The Second Contact) screenshotThexder 2 (a.k.a. Fire Hawk: Thexder - The Second Contact) 1990
Fire Hawk: Thexder - The Second Contact is the sequel to Thexder. The Fire Hawk robot has the same main design as Thexder: a laser, shield and the ability to transform into a jet. It's also possible to use some special weapons which can be found during the missions, such...


Thexder 95 screenshotThexder 95 1995
Thexder 95 is an excellent modern remake of the 1987 classic platformer that was developed by Japan's Game Arts and published by Sierra in the West. The general play mechanics are left untouched: you still pilot Thexder, a cool futuristic aircraft that can morph into a Japanese-style mecha, i.e. a...


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