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Scorched Tanks v1.90 screenshotScorched Tanks v1.90 1993
A nice classical tank shooter game. You have to choose the angle and the power of your shoot and try to blast your enemy. You can collect money and buy various shields and weapons. Very enjoyable, cool game. Especially with two players. ...


Screaming Wings screenshotScreaming Wings 1987


Second Samurai AGA screenshotSecond Samurai AGA 1993
Welcome to Gameblaster, and on the show tonight, we'll be finding out who is going to host the next series. Will it be veteran presenter Domingo Diamante, or the pretender to the crown, Flexter Deckchair? Our two contestants will be wearing oriental garments and doing battle in a fabulous new...


Secret of Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge AGA screenshotSecret of Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge AGA 1992
Young swashbuckler Guybrush Threepwood returns in this sequel to 1990's The Secret of Monkey Island. Unfortunately for him, evil ghost pirate LeChuck has returned as well. Fame and fortune seeker Threepwood sets his sights on the mysterious treasure of Big Whoop, which is rumored to have special powers -- powers...


Secret of Monkey Island, The screenshotSecret of Monkey Island, The 1991
Help a scrawny lad named Guybrush Threepwood realize his lifelong dream of becoming a swashbuckling pirate in this tongue-in-cheek adventure from LucasArts. Starting in a place called Melee Island, young Threepwood must complete three trials before he can become a booty-seeking buccaneer: mastering the sword, mastering the art of thievery,...


Seek & Destroy screenshotSeek & Destroy 1993
The helicopter has been something of a tour de force in 1993, what with the brilliant Desert Strike, the fantastic Gunship 2000, and the slightly less impressive Firehawk. Noel Edmonds has still got his, I think; and Leonardo Da Vinci almost invented it. And Guns 'n' Roses go to concerts...


Seelenturm, Der screenshotSeelenturm, Der 1995
In the beginning there was Dungeons And Dragons. The original rules were packaged in a handy, simple booklet that imparted all the necessary guidelines needed for a few imaginative (pre)adolescents to get together around a table, throw innumerable oddly shaped dice and consult multitudes of seemingly esoteric tables based on...


Sensible Golf screenshotSensible Golf 1995
Sensible Golf was always going to be a different kind of product, steering well clear of the traditional behind-the-golfer view, as used in every other successful golf game, and using instead the celebrated Sensible sprites. Early screenshots looked promising. The familiar little men, superbly drawn as ever and, trussed up...


Sensible World of Soccer screenshotSensible World of Soccer 1994
Disappointment. Not a word you'd expect to find in a review of one of the finest games ever created, but that was my initial impression on playing the original Sensible Soccer way back in 1992. The sound, and in particular the graphics, were basic even for over two years ago....


Sensible World of Soccer 95-96 screenshotSensible World of Soccer 95-96 1995
It's back. Not that it's ever been away. This time round, though, it's not bigger, 'badder' and better than before. It is, however, almost the same price as of old for minimal improvements. So, onward to the differences from SWOS 95. The first and most obvious change is the updated...


Sensible World of Soccer 96-97 screenshotSensible World of Soccer 96-97 1996
Oh, but this feels good! It's been too long since I wandered up to my Amiga room like some sad-but-happy old bloke trundling down to his allotment shed. It really is the only way to be, lock away the harsh realities of telephone bills and responsibilities, load up ye good...


Sentinel screenshotSentinel 1988
Towards the end of 1986 that rarest of rarities, an original game, was released by Firebird. Called Sentinel, it was the latest masterpiece by Geoff Crammond, who earlier had proved that the BBC Micro could support top class software with such efforts as Aviator and later the excellent Revs, still...


Settlers, The screenshotSettlers, The 1993
Ok, here is a puzzle for you to ponder on. What is the connection between a loaf of bread, a pig, and a lump of coal? Or have you heard the one about a load of old granite, a knight and a forest ranger? To complete the mix, how about...


Seven Gates Of Jambala, The screenshotSeven Gates Of Jambala, The 1990
Everyone must know the story of the Sorcerer's Apprentice, of how the young student always caused trouble with his meddling. Dravion is a student similar to the one in the story. All he's ever wanted to be is a fully-fledged wizard, but he always manages to do something wrong and...


Shadow Dancer screenshotShadow Dancer 1991
The original Shinobi coin-op introduced in the arcades several years ago was a sure-fire hit. That's not surprising really as it was an excellent blend of three popular game types: Shoot'em up, beat'em up and platform action. Predictably, the home computer conversion followed soon after but unfortunately, was a big...


Shadow Fighter screenshotShadow Fighter 1994
It's really heating up down here in the battle of the beat 'em ups. The best looking contender 'Pretty Boy' Rise Of The Robots was knocked out in the first round with duff playability, but the remaining two combatants, the son of last years' champion Mortal 'No Hype ... honestly'...


Shadow of the Beast 1 screenshotShadow of the Beast 1 1989
Not content with the market they reside in, Psygnosis have decided to rock the packaging and marketing boats once more with the release of their most stunning product ever. Beast, or to give it it's full title, Shadow Of The Beast is packaged not only in an extraordinarily large box...


Shadow of the Beast 2 screenshotShadow of the Beast 2 1990
In the strange and distant land of Kara-Moon, the lightning of a fierce storm crackles around a tall, forbidding tower. Within the tower, Zelek the Beast Mage is reflecting on his position. After Zelek's defeat by the warrior messenger, Maletoth the Beast Lord expressed bitter disappointment and ordered Zeleth to...


Shadow of the Beast 3 screenshotShadow of the Beast 3 1992
Shadow Of The Beast is still generally regarded as one of the most attractive games ever to appear on the Amiga. OK, so the actual gameplay itself wasn't exactly the hottest ever, but the large, smoothly animated sprites coupled with the kind of parallax scrolling that makes polygons look old...


Shadow Warriors screenshotShadow Warriors 1990
An oriental demon has arrived in New York and recruited a massive army of street thugs to dominate the city. Only you can stop them. And who are you? Well, long ago when Japan was divided by warring states, the Shadow Warriors Secret Ninja Society was formed. Membership of the society...


Shanghai screenshotShanghai 1986


Shaq-Fu AGA screenshotShaq-Fu AGA 1994
Another beat 'em up game, with hi-res graphics and well drawn backgrounds. Unfortunately the gameplay is not so good... the characters are too small and the movement is very fast. There are many better beat 'em up games available on Amiga anyway. ...


Sherman-M4 screenshotSherman-M4 1989
Failing somewhere along the lines of an arcade player's Tank Platoon, Sherman M4 gives you the opportunity to sleep between the metal sheets of a Sherman M4 tank and take command of an attack platoon. I must admit, I was a bit dubious about the arrival of "yet another tank...


Shinobi screenshotShinobi 1989
You have been hired by the government to track down numerous crime bosses, all of whom are guilty of kidnapping girls. You have to seek through the enemy bases, killing every henchman you come across and freeing all the little girls. At the end of the level, you come across...


Shufflepuck Cafe screenshotShufflepuck Cafe 1989
There are some games that promise much more than they actually deliver. Broderbund's latest offers a sports simulation of sorts, a bizarre set of opponents, good sound, excellent graphics and plenty of variable options yet manages to be less than the sum total of its parts. The game is Shufflepuck, which...


Sidewinder screenshotSidewinder 1988
Three quarters of the shoot 'em ups that have been released in the last year, owe a great deal of their ideas to Andrew Braybrook's Uridium. So does SideWinder but the programmers have obviously set out to use the Amiga's full potential. Excellent graphics, at last reaching the standards that...


Silent Service screenshotSilent Service 1986
It's been quite a wait, but at long last MicroProse simulation fans have their first Amiga adaptation. This popular submarine simulation has been somewhat Amiga-tized with the expected improvements in sound and graphics, as well as a rudimentary set of mouse & icon controls (with keyboard and joystick equivalents still...


Silent Service 2 screenshotSilent Service 2 1991
The role of the surface navy is to achieve control of the seas and oceans so that they may be used by cargo ships to resupply ground troops. If the shipping lanes were to close any battles fought on foreign lands would rapidly be lost, the troops lacking equipment and...


Silkworm screenshotSilkworm 1989
Converted by the Sales Curve, who are no slouches in the shoot 'em up stakes, the game is an action-packed horizontally scrolling blaster which allows you to control either a 'copter or armoured jeep. The game really comes into its own when in two player mode - the well-armed chopper...


Sim Ant screenshotSim Ant 1992


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