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PC Pool screenshotPC Pool 1984
The predecessor of PC Pool Challenges but strangely enough practically has not much difference what so ever in the game play. The only obvious difference is that PC Pool had no known publishers. It seems that designer Dale Jurich must have impressed someone with this game. PC Pool offers straight ball...


PC Pool Challenges screenshotPC Pool Challenges 1984
Probably the first pool game made for PC, Pool Challenges offers two game types, up to four players in the same time, many available options and some great statistics screens. Not much else to say, just get the game, gather your friends and play a few times. ...


PC Rally screenshotPC Rally 1995
PC Rally is a rally arcade racing game very similar in looks to Gaelco's World Rally Championship (1993), except for the fact that in PC Rally the car sprite is much bigger. There are three game modes: training, single race and championship. The first two will be useful to practice...


PC-Darts screenshotPC-Darts 1987
A simple dart game where you work using the x-axis and y-axis to get points on the dart board. The game does not keep score for you, so you will have to count your own points. After three darts, you can start again, or can quit the game. To play, you...


PCBOWL - Electron Lanes screenshotPCBOWL - Electron Lanes 1986
Up to four players can take turns trying to knock the pins down in this straightforward arcade style bowling game. PCBOWL - Electron Lanes gives you control over only the tail end of your roll where you get to use the directional up or down buttons to direct the path...


Perico Delgado Maillot Amarillo screenshotPerico Delgado Maillot Amarillo 1989
"Perico Delgado Maillot Amarillo", a game based on the Spanish champion, was one of the first cycling simulators that reproduced accurately the ups and downs of one of the hardest sports. Here you can run in a singular test (after seeing the informative track profile), divided each one in four...


Pete Rose Pennant Fever screenshotPete Rose Pennant Fever 1988
Released in 1988, Pete Rose Pennant Fever is the first PC baseball game to feature a full career mode. Participants (one or two players) can build expansion teams in Eugene or Menlo Park, place them in any division, and play through ten full seasons against the rest of the league....


Pete Sampras Tennis 97 screenshotPete Sampras Tennis 97 1997
Codemasters used their Pete Sampras license for a second time on this tennis game. Playing as either a male or female in singles or doubles matches, your ultimate aim is to win each of the 8 matches, which represent the finals of 8 tournaments The four Grand Slam tournament venues...


Peter Schmeichel Soccer Manager screenshotPeter Schmeichel Soccer Manager 1993
Graeme Souness Soccer Manager is a basic football managing game based on the English leagues where the player is responsible for bringing a team (any available) from the Conference to the top division. Options are limited: the player can select the starting eleven, the players being rated in both ability and...


PGA European Tour screenshotPGA European Tour 1995
European Tour is best thought of as a remake of the original game, rather than a sequel as such. It features 5 courses from across Europe, and 60 top European pros, rather than the US-leaned lineup of the original. The graphics are much more detailed and colorful, as you'd expect...


PGA Tour 96 screenshotPGA Tour 96 1995
It's the new, improved edition of the popular Electronic Arts golf simulation, PGA Tour 96! Drawing from the successful redesign first seen in PGA Tour Golf 486, many of the positive features included there have been incorporated with a few noteworthy enhancements and additions in this release. In addition to...


PGA Tour Golf screenshotPGA Tour Golf 1990
PGA Tour Golf introduced many of the conventions commonly seen in the genre since. The three-click control method (the first to start the swing, the second setting power and over-swing, the third setting draw or fade) allowed for a multitude of different shots, and required a sense of timing. Four...


PGA Tour Golf 486 screenshotPGA Tour Golf 486 1994
Electronic Arts has finally upgraded their golf simulation to more pleasing and realistic levels. PGA Tour Golf 486 is filled with noticeable improvements over the previous releases in this line and the conversion from game platform to personal computer is now worthy of note. Immediately apparent is the gorgeous photo-realistic...


PGA Tour Pro screenshotPGA Tour Pro 1997
Considering the high quality of the PGA Tour games from EA Sports, the latest version, PGA Tour Pro, is a disappointment. While it's full of interesting and unique features, not all are executed particularly well. PGA Tour Pro enters a genre thick with competition, yet still claims bragging rights on a...


Pie Jackers (a.k.a. Pizza Pilots) screenshotPie Jackers (a.k.a. Pizza Pilots) 1996
"You're working the late shift and the call comes in for another double cheese, pepperoni, black olives and onion. Grab the stick and hold on tight. The race is on! And the competition is fierce. You race, you chase, you blob other pilots with cheese. You shalom around obstacles while...


Ping Pong screenshotPing Pong 1985
Ping Pong is a fun ping pong (more formally known as table tennis) game from Konami, released for the MSX computer in 1985 as well as for Commodore 64, Spectrum, and other 8-bit computers. A faithful translation of Konami's arcade game of the same name, Ping Pong allows you to...


Plane Crazy screenshotPlane Crazy 1997
Plane Crazy forces players to race planes at breakneck speeds while only a few feet off the ground. Five courses, eight opposing racers, crosswinds, downdrafts, and competition that becomes increasingly more difficult are all part of the challenge. ...


Planet Football screenshotPlanet Football 1994
Planet Football is an ambitious soccer game that tries to beat EA's classic FIFA Soccer, but falls short in many areas, most notably poor player controls and inexplicable AI quirks. The game is only good enough to appease soccer fans through the early option stages, but when the match starts...


Player Manager 2 screenshotPlayer Manager 2 1995
Player Manager 2 sets you as an international-standard soccer player who's stepped into being a player-manager at a lower-division side. The challenge is to reach the Premier League and survive. Most of the standard features of management games are present, including pre-match tactics (which are fairly customizable), a full transfer market...


Player Manager 2000 screenshotPlayer Manager 2000 2000


Player of the Year screenshotPlayer of the Year 1996
Based on the English FA and with the Professional Footballers Association (PFA), this Krisalis manager/action game is probably one of the most underrated football games ever. Updated and upgraded version of Manchester United: The double, Player of the Year has in common the interface, and the well known Tacti-Grid tactics...


Playmaker Football screenshotPlaymaker Football 1991
PlayMaker Football is a top-down simulation of American football . It is made out of three primary sections - The Game / Team Draft / Chalkboard Editor. The game allows one to take the role of a coach of a team of 25 football players. The coach can create a team...


Pocket Rockets screenshotPocket Rockets 1989
Pocket Rockets is an action-style motorcycle racing game. It introduces a new kind of race into the genre: drag racing. You can race against the clock or championship record. There are four motorcycles to choose from: Suzuki Katana Kawasaki Ninja Yamaha FZR Honda Hurricane ...


Pole Position (a.k.a. Team F1) screenshotPole Position (a.k.a. Team F1) 1996
Pole Position is another German sports-business simulation. But you're not manager of a Soccer team - you manage a Formula 1 Team! Therefore Ascaron has licensed the Teams and Drivers from the 1995 Championship. At the beginning you can choose an existing Team like Ferrari or Williams or build up your...


Pole Position (Arcade) screenshotPole Position (Arcade) 1988
Pole Position is the conversion of the arcade racing game. Enter the Grand Prix, race against other racing cars to achieve the highest score possible in the shortest amount of time. Before the player can enter the Grand Prix, the player must first qualify by competing in the Qualifying Lap within...


Pole Position II screenshotPole Position II 1988
In Pole Position II, based on the arcade sequel to Pole Position, you are again driving an F-1 racer in a timed qualifying run, trying to achieve the pole position. Then it is off to the race, in hopes of taking that top spot. The difference in Pole Position II...


Pool Champion screenshotPool Champion 1995
Pool Champion is a unique and innovative pool simulation that unfortunately suffers in the marketplace from the mere fact that Celeris/Interplay's Virtual Pool is technically superior and better-marketed. The idea behind the game is original, and is one that sport game publishers should consider: combine a good pool sim with...


Pool Shark screenshotPool Shark 1999
Tim Chown of Games Domain says it all about this excellent and highly underrated pool game from Mirage/Gremlin: "Pool Shark features a dozen or more pool halls in which you can play, each with a distinct appearance and style, from traditional halls, through casinos to a room that looks like it...


Power Drift screenshotPower Drift 1990
Ever wanted to race dune buggies at high speed on a variety of tracks? Power Drift is an arcade racer that gives you the chance to do just that. There are 5 tracks to choose from, each with 5 stages. The stages range from cities, to deserts to tracks over water....


Power F1 screenshotPower F1 1997
Had Power F1 been released a year ago, folks would have sung its praises as a revolutionary racer with outstanding graphics, sound, and multiplayer options. Who cares if the controls are a little off, they would have said. After all, most every other element is superbly crafted. Power F1's graphics are...


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