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Total Carnage AGA screenshotTotal Carnage AGA 1994
OK, Listen up men! We're getting closer to the general's base and so the defences are going to get a lot hairier. From your current position, you must make your way along the main supply road towards the air fields. The road is swarming with Armoured Personnel Vehicles and SCUDs....


Tower FRA screenshotTower FRA 1990
In Tower FRA, the player takes the role of an air traffic controller assigned to one of five German airports. As usual for this kind of game, the goal is to manage all incoming and departing air traffic without letting them crash into each other. The ten difficulty levels are...


Tower of Babel screenshotTower of Babel 1990
Anyone familiar with the Bible and the book of Genesis will recognize the title of this game. According to the book, the descendants of Noah, wishing to be closer to God, built a huge tower intended to reach up to heaven. This actually struck God as being a bit cheeky,...


Tower of Souls AGA screenshotTower of Souls AGA 1995
In the beginning there was Dungeon 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...


Transarctica AGA screenshotTransarctica AGA 1993
A mad scientist type called John Merrick had this great idea to get rid of the greenhouse effect by blowing up a couple of nuclear bombs at each pole. It would have been a good idea, if the scientists had not completely naffed it up and plunged the world into...


Trapped AGA screenshotTrapped AGA 1996
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, I've always been told, and plagiarism is the key to success in almost any field. Why else is it that so many companies over the years have tried to emulate the success of Doom by trying to take the idea and put a...


Traps & Treasures screenshotTraps & Treasures 1993
Captain Flynn is having a really bad day. Not only has he lost his ship on the rocks of a foreign island, but all his crew have been kidnapped as well. Being the hardy sea dog that he is, he won't let any minor things like the fact he's only...


Trex Warrior screenshotTrex Warrior 1991


Tricky Quiky Games screenshotTricky Quiky Games 1991


Trolls: AGA screenshotTrolls: AGA 1992
In cutesy-woodsy platform land things just seem to be getting cuter all the time. And they don't get much cuter than this, mate. Little stubby trolls with cute hair and even cuter smiles jumping around levels full of cute toys and sweets with sweet, toy cutesy things all over the...


Tron5000 screenshotTron5000 1989
According to the title screen, the game's name is Tron 500. On the other hand if you read the instructions you will find its is called Atron 5000, and a glance at the disk will lead you to think it is really Antron 5000. It would be nice if Players...


Turbo Cup Challenge screenshotTurbo Cup Challenge 1988
The 3D graphics are brilliant not only the cars but the roadside obstacles and spectators. Four tracks present themselves for your delectation and a practice lap before the race is mandatory. The practice circuit not only gives you a feel for the track but it also dictates your starting position...


Turbo Thrust screenshotTurbo Thrust 1992


Turbo Trax AGA screenshotTurbo Trax AGA 1995
Apart from Acid's Roadkill we haven't seen many Amiga car racing games recently (if you discount Powerdrive which was pretty miserable). When they do arrive along though they always seem to become best sellers, ranking up there alongside football titles. This Spring sees three long-awaited games being released in quick...


Turrican I screenshotTurrican I 1990
Just when you thought platform games could go no further, along comes Turrican, to be instantly showered with awards and accolades by the cartload. But is the finished product worthy of all this hyperbole? Yes, most definitely. It is technically superb yet low on originality - it borrows all of...


Turrican II screenshotTurrican II 1991
Following up one of the best shoot 'em ups ever to grace the Amiga sounds like a near impossible task, so the team behind the long awaited sequel to Turrican have played it safe and kept the basic gameplay traits whilst tweaking it and smoothing off a few rough edges....


Turrican III screenshotTurrican III 1993
It might have been only three-and-a-half years since the first Turrican game appeared on the Amiga, but it sure as hell feels like a lot longer. At the time of its release, it was hailed as one of the Amiga's top shoot em ups - even if it was a...


TV Sports Basketball screenshotTV Sports Basketball 1990
It's not exactly big business over here, and apart from the odd bit of Channel 4 coverage, it's hardly ever seen on our screens. But in the country of its origin, Basketball is big with a capital BIG Second only to Football and Baseball in the popularity stakes, America's biggest...


Twin World screenshotTwin World 1989
The Gaspars were a peaceful and prosperous race, watched over by the magical family Carikens. Sadly, the family neglected their magic and the Kingdom began to fall to pieces. That's when the evil druid Maldur decided to move in and massacre the family. Only one child survived and it's down...


Twintris screenshotTwintris 1990


Two-On-Two Basketball screenshotTwo-On-Two Basketball 1986
Prior to hitting to the hardwood in GBA Championship Basketball: Two-on-Two, you must first rate each of your playing abilities (dribbling, jumping, etc.) on a scale of one to six. Then you must select between game options: one player league play, two player head-to-head, two player teammates and one player...


Typhoon screenshotTyphoon 1987


U Chess AGA screenshotU Chess AGA 1993


U.N. Squadron screenshotU.N. Squadron 1990
U.S. Gold's latest licence is a conversion of the popular Capcom coin-op, UN Squadron. Tiertex in the past have converted Dynasty Wars and Strider from their respective Capcom boards (using a digitising system which allows them to recreate a game's graphics almost perfectly whilst reducing them to sixteen colours, and...


UFO: Enemy Unknown screenshotUFO: Enemy Unknown 1994
Now here's game everyone loves. A strategy game with lots of action, you control a special force team, X-com, which must do battle against alien invaders from outer space. There's lots of fun to be had with this game. As well as equipping your base and engaging in a bit...


Ugh! screenshotUgh! 1992
Now and again a game pops out of the sky and knocks you for six. Ugh! sauntered into the office looking like a harmless platform caper, but it's a game that has taken us by complete surprise. The star of the show is a hairy caveman who has the hots...


Ultima 3: Exodus screenshotUltima 3: Exodus 1986
The original Adventure game appeared in the mid-seventies and was to be found on many mainframe computers. For all its success, there were some who wanted to see an improved operating system, as Adventure only accepted a simple showing each character's status. In 1977 a group at the famous Massachusetts...


Ultima 4 screenshotUltima 4 1988
Mention the Ultima series to any hardened adventurer and you will nearly always get the same answer. A wry smile, a knowing look and the feeling that something special has been shared between you, something that only experienced adventure role players have been a party to. There's no doubt that...


Ultima 5: Warriors of Destiny screenshotUltima 5: Warriors of Destiny 1990
"Twice as large with twice as many of everything", was how Richard Garriott aka Lord British describes what he tries to fulfil in an Ultima game. The long running adventure series has developed something of a cult following now, and the latest game, Ultima VI looks set to take the...


Ultima 6 screenshotUltima 6 1992
With sales of over one million and a bundle of prestigious accolades from around the world, the Ultima series of fantasy role-playing adventures from Origin are regarded as the best examples of the genre. Sadly, the Amiga adaptions of the first five games were desperate efforts. Origin therefore wanted to...


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