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Duke!ZONE II screenshotDuke!ZONE II 1997
Duke!ZONE II is an add-on to Duke Nukem 3D. It contains three new episodes: Arctic Assault, Monkey Shines, and Alien Abby. It also has the 500 levels from Duke!Zone as well. ...


Duke: Nuclear Winter screenshotDuke: Nuclear Winter 1997
The concept of Duke Nukem saving Christmas has a lot of potential, as the core ethos of both couldn't be further apart. This is also, surprisingly, one of the most fully developed Christmas-themed add-ons for any game, with most other attempts relegated to a handful of free and/or bonus levels....


Dungeon Keeper screenshotDungeon Keeper 1997
If you are a gamer who enjoys an experience from a deliciously twisted point-of-view, then Dungeon Keeper from Bullfrog/EA was made just for you. Playing the role of an evil Keeper, it is your job to build the rooms of your dungeon to attract and accommodate various types of nefarious...


Dungeons of Grimlor II, The screenshotDungeons of Grimlor II, The 1995
The Dungeons of Grimlor II is a single player, shareware, DOS dungeon game.In the first game, The Dungeons of Grimlor a dragon had stolen the souls of all the children of Grimlor who lived beneath the town so Sir Merdimek ventured into the dragons lair, the dungeons beneath the town,...


Dungeons of Grimlor, The screenshotDungeons of Grimlor, The 1993
The Dungeons Of Grimlor is a shareware puzzle action game.The souls of all the children of Grimlor have been captured by the dragon that lives beneath the town. Naturally, the honour of entering the evil dragon's dungeon falls to Sir Merdimek, who is the most famous dragon slayer in the...


Dungeons of Kremlin screenshotDungeons of Kremlin 1995
Dungeons of Kremlin is an obscure Russian Doom clone that sports a game engine similar in complexity to Wolfenstein 3D, being strictly composed of a maze like labyrinths whereas the floor height is consistent throughout.You are faced by enemies such as bats, mutants, wizards, and the like. Weapons to collect...


DUO screenshotDUO 2004
DUO is a fun "retro" 2D vertical shooter that features frenetic gameplay with minimalist/abstract graphics that seems to be all the rage lately. In a twist to normal shooters, your 'ship' in DUO is located in the middle of the screen and can only move horizontally to the left and...


Duracell: Run the Bunny screenshotDuracell: Run the Bunny 1996
Definitely one of the worst promotional games ever made. Through 6 terrible levels you control the Energizer bunny, one of the most recognizable corporate mascots in the world . The goal in each level is to find the two drumsticks, a drum, and a Duracell battery to bring to the...


Dylan Dog screenshotDylan Dog 1992
Based on the Italian comics character Dylan Dog, London "nightmare detective", Gli Uccisori (The Murderers) is another volume created by Tiziano Sclavi himself and is a side-view action platform game with puzzle elements.After the nightmare Dylan saw in his dream, he received the invitation from one mysterious person to visit...


Dynablaster screenshotDynablaster 1992
The black spaceman kidnapped Bomberman's beloved and brought her to his chambers in the castle, far beyond his reach, over the rivers, forest and mountains. Bomberman's job is to save her, battling the sea of the enemies, with only bombs at his disposal. The range of Bomberman's bomb explosions can be...


Dynamite Headdy screenshotDynamite Headdy 1994
Dynamite Headdy is a fast paced action game starring Headdy, a bird-like creature who can change heads as the situation arises. In the game, players can choose from 15 different utilitarian heads for Headdy. The Slammer Head is used like a hammer and can bash enemies out of the way. The...


E.T.: No More Mr. Nice Alien screenshotE.T.: No More Mr. Nice Alien 1997
A minigame for a three-hour Blender competition (#19) demanding works incorporating the three subjects "E.T.", "being scared" and "Stonehenge", this title adeptly strings them together, permitting the player to play E.T., frying tourists who are being scared at Stonehenge... er, with destructive rays fired from the tip of his glowing...


Eagle's Rider screenshotEagle's Rider 1991
You are Steve Jordan, pilot of the spacejet Eagle. Cyborgs conquered the universe, but this event did not make you happy. And you decided to restore the freedom of the lifeforms discovering and destroying the mother planet of the Cyborgs. Riding the Eagle, you cruise the entire space full of...


Eardis: Revolution Force screenshotEardis: Revolution Force 1994
This shmup was supposed to mark the revival of the 'new' Soft Action after the scandal, which it quite didn't. The game is brutally hard for all the wrong reasons. In the first stage players circle around huge mother ships to destroy their much-too-tough installations, which also prevent your bullets...


Earth Invasion screenshotEarth Invasion 1993
The Yanchooz with their leader Xyfud Plasfoc are the bad guys of the universe. They try to destroy and enslave all other races and you are one of them. To be more specific, you are their worst fighter who screwed up the last 18 missions. As a consequence your leader...


Earth Siege screenshotEarth Siege 1994
Command heavily-armed HERCs against relentless automated Cybrids (Cyborg Hybrids; intelligent creatures designed by mankind, who rebelled against us) in this MechWarrior-ish first-person simulation. Earthsiege is not a product of FASA's BattleTech universe (as the MechWarrior games are), though the resemblances are too close for legal comfort. You control your HERC...


Earth Siege 2 screenshotEarth Siege 2 1996
Earthsiege 2 is a much-improved sequel to Dynamix/Sierra's Earthsiege, and marks the company's third entrant into the giant robots genre (after Battledrome and EarthsiegeSilent Thunder). As in the first game, the plot is quite mundane: a race of intelligent robots have revolted against their human creators and are trying to...


Earthworm Jim screenshotEarthworm Jim 1996
Back in the mid-Nineties, a group of artists and programmers left Virgin Interactive to create their own startup company. This, of course, was Shiny Entertainment, a talented bunch of nuts who excelled in terms of art direction and technical know-how. Their experiences working on Disney titles like Aladdin gave them...


Earthworm Jim 2 screenshotEarthworm Jim 2 1996
After successfully updating classic Atari cartridge game Pitfall! to the '90s with Pitfall: A Mayan Adventure, the first platform game for Windows, Activision next turned their excellent game engine to Earthworm Jim, a cult classic on the SNES and Megadrive console systems. Earthworm Jim was the brainchild of talented folks who...


Earthworm Jim 3D screenshotEarthworm Jim 3D 1999
We've seen many versions and variations of Earthworm Jim throughout the early 1990s. The title has appeared on the Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, Game Boy and PC, following the continuing adventures of the magic spacesuit-wearing worm. Jim has traversed wacky planets throughout the galaxies to rid the universe of evil...


Echelon (a.k.a. Shtorm) screenshotEchelon (a.k.a. Shtorm) 2001
Blending futuristic flight with realistic combat missions, two developers, Madia and Buka Entertainment, team up on Echelon, a first-person shooter set in the year 2351. Featuring design work from individuals affiliated with both Fighter Ace and Fighter Wing, the game centers on a pass or fail mission structure that rewards...


Ed Hunter screenshotEd Hunter 1999


Eddy & Co screenshotEddy & Co 1995
Eddy & Co is a commercial game which advertises Eismann, a German distributor for deep-frozen food. The game stars the eponymous Eddy and his three friends Trixi, Johnny, and Bonny (the company's mascots at the time of the game's development) who must save Eismann world from evil monsters.The game itself...


Eden Blues (a.k.a. Doomsday Blues) screenshotEden Blues (a.k.a. Doomsday Blues) 1987
In this real-time adventure you are a prisoner of jail guarded by droids. And you know the roster of their duty, some of them are on beat by day, some by night. Another of them like a dogs, who is on beat all time. But you have to find the...


Eduman screenshotEduman 1999
An early promotional game from E-Game, Eduman is a straightforward Pac-Man clone with no innovation. Gobble up dots, avoid flies-- that's about it. Fortunately the company would get much better at making promotional games that add a twist or two to the original arcade concept.... just not in this game....


Egaint screenshotEgaint 1989
EGAint Is Not Tetris... got it? In fact, it's a freeware Tetris style game, one of the earliest such releases on the IBM PC. Being that it was so small (under 100kb, an easy 2400 baud download), Egaint lacked the background pictures Tetris players enjoyed, but it did...


Egaroids screenshotEgaroids 1986
A conversion of the classic game 'Asteroids' specifically written to take advantage of (then-new) EGA's high-res mode. You won't find any bells & whistles here, as it focuses on core gameplay. The key controls are in a non-standard placement and are non-configurable. ...


Egawalls screenshotEgawalls 1989
Egawalls is a two-player breakout clone with 48 stages. The two-paddle simultaneous gameplay allows for one player to concentrate on the ball, while the other catches the bonus blocks.You can collect power-ups and letters to form the word BONUS for a bonus score. Power-ups include C for an extra blocking...


Eight Ball Deluxe screenshotEight Ball Deluxe 1993
This pinball simulator was the first one to simulate a real pinball machine.With support to high resolutions (1024x768) it only includes one pinball game.As special features the player can change the voltage levels and an un-common magnet ball option that allows guiding the ball and discovering the different combos for...


El Capitan Trueno screenshotEl Capitan Trueno 1989
El Capitán Trueno (Captain Thunder) is the name of a famous Spanish comic book which tells the ongoing story of the eponymous 12th-century hero. This is the first game dealing with the character, released to all of the Spanish-speaking world's most vital computing platforms at the time: ZX Spectrum,...


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