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FriendlyWare P.C. Arcade screenshotFriendlyWare P.C. Arcade 1983
A set of 8 games that are designed to be played on the original IBM PC computer of the time. Everything uses ASCII graphics, so it even works on the MDA adapter. An easy-to-access Boss Key is included, which pops up a histogram with Friendlysoft-related data. Most games are replicas of...


Frightmare screenshotFrightmare 1989
This is a platform-game, where you play as a man who's experiencing a horrible nightmare. And if you die in it, you die for real...Your mission is to survive long enough to wake up. For every room you visit, another 6 minutes goes by, and at 8:12 the alarm clock...


Frogger screenshotFrogger 1983
Your task in this arcade conversion is to guide a frog across a treacherous road and river, and to safety at the top of the screen. Both these sections are fraught with a variety of hazards, each of which will kill the frog and cost you a life if contact...


Frogger 2: Swampy's Revenge screenshotFrogger 2: Swampy's Revenge 2000
If there is one thing the gaming community is always clamoring about, it's more remakes of once classic games beaten into the ground by countless sequels and rip-offs. Frogger 2: Swampy's Revenge, though, doesn't really deserve to be included in this category as it's obvious the designers put a great...


Frogger II: Three Deep screenshotFrogger II: Three Deep 1984
In Frogger II, you need to guide your frog to safety in three different locations. Starting out underwater, reach the top of the pond while avoiding dangerous alligators and fish (you can ride a turtle for safety!). Once on top of the pond, hop across logs, birds, and even a...


Frogger: He's Back! screenshotFrogger: He's Back! 1997
When the original Frogger was released for the Atari 2600 in the early 1980s, it was generally regarded as one of the classic console's most enjoyable and addictive games. Now, a new generation of gamers can see what all the fuss was about with Frogger 3D, Hasbro Interactive's hyperactive remake...


From Dusk Till Dawn screenshotFrom Dusk Till Dawn 2001
From Dusk Till Dawn incorporates some innovations into the survival horror genre and, in general, gets a good many things right in presenting a more traditional idea of horror. Unfortunately, sloppy gameplay negates the gains made in development. Designer Hubert Chardot, creator of Alone in the Dark, infuses the somewhat...


Front Mission: Gun Hazard screenshotFront Mission: Gun Hazard 1996
Front Mission - Gun Hazard is a fun side-scrolling "mech" arcade/RPG platformer for the SNES console, set in Squaresoft's Front Mission universe. Although the game is not a turn-based tactical strategy game like others in the series, it retains a lot of highlights to set it apart from standard platformers....


FrontLine screenshotFrontLine 2003
FrontLine is a fun platformer that plays like Abuse with stickmen. The basic premise is simple: shoot all the enemy stickmen who appear on the screen. You start the game with a gun and a few grenades at your disposal, and you can use a shield to temporarily block enemies'...


Full Metal Jacket screenshotFull Metal Jacket 1996
Full Metal Jacket is a decent giant robot action game from Korean developer Mirinae. Viewed from a top-down perspective, the game plays like a cross between Zone 66 and Chaos Engine - although it is not as good as either game. First, the plot: at the end of 20th century,...


Full Tilt! Pinball screenshotFull Tilt! Pinball 1996
Full Tilt! Pinball is a pinball simulation presented in 3D that contains three separate tables. Unlike many other pinball games, Full Tilt! doesn't use scrolling screens to portray the action but does incorporate three-way "nudging" of the table during game play. The game runs in VGA, 256-color resolution and will...


Fur Fighters screenshotFur Fighters 2000
The world of the Fur Fighters is a dangerous place. Years ago, an evil general tried to enslave the world of the Furballs. Luckily for them, General Viggo's attempt was foiled and his armies were repelled across the waters. The cutesy inhabitants returned to a peaceful existence and tried to...


Fury of the Furries screenshotFury of the Furries 1993
In Fury of the Furries, you control a cute, round creature called Tiny, who must defeat "the wicked one" who has captured the King, and turned all the Tinies into mindless monsters. Fortunately your Tiny has special powers. It can transform himself into a swimmer, rock eater, fireball spitter, or...


Fury3 screenshotFury3 1995
If you've ever played 3DRealms' shareware favorite Terminal Velocity (TV), you'll be quick to recognize that Fury3 is nothing more than warmed-over TV, released as one of the first titles designed with Win95's 32-bit abilities in mind. So let me quickly get the brief comparison out of the way. There are...


Future Cop: LAPD screenshotFuture Cop: LAPD 1998
In Future Cop: L.A.P.D., a futuristic (21st century) real time action/strategy game, you take to the earthquake-devastated streets in the ultimate assault vehicle, the TAC X-1 Alpha. This tactical assault and combat craft boasts the latest technology in the war against crime and transforms into two distinct patrol units. As...


FX Fighter screenshotFX Fighter 1995
This brawler from British developer Argonaut is designed to deliver fast graphics, attractive combat arenas, and a selection of distinct characters. FX Fighter offers both single-player and two-player modes. Forty combat moves are available for each of the characters, which are controlled with either the keyboard or a gamepad. A...


G-Darius screenshotG-Darius 2000
G-Darius is an excellent PC port of the great PlayStation game of the same name, developed by Taito and published by THQ in the U.S. in 1998. This PC version was ported and released only in Japan by Cyberfront Studios. A fun shooter that truly lives up to the legacy...


G-Nome screenshotG-Nome 1997
One of the most underrated giant robots games ever made, 7th Level's G-Nome is an excellent first-person 'mech game similar to Sierra's Earthsiege series. Ty Brewer encapsulates both the high and low points of the game very eloquently in his review for Games Domain: "G-Nome represents an effort by 7th...


G-Type screenshotG-Type 2002
Now this DOES look familiar, doesn't it? Yeup, it's basically good ol' R-Type (intro screen even names Irem, the creators of that one, as copyright holder). This is sidescrolling spaceshooting at its best, great arcade feeling, graphics and sound just fit and the gameplay is fantastic. There's really nothing to...


Gadget: Lost in Time screenshotGadget: Lost in Time 1993
The game is a combination of two genres, platformer and quiz game. Gadget, the main character, has invented a time machine and uses it to go back to the dinosaur age. In order to return, he must obtain a crystal to power the time machine. This allows him to go...


Gal Pani X screenshotGal Pani X 2005
Gal Pani X is a fun clone of Qix, Taito's famous arcade game with a simple gameplay: draw lines to create separate portions of the screen while avoiding nasties. Gal Pani X takes the concept one step further by introducing new twists and a lot of fun power-ups. Instead of...


Galacta: The Battle for Saturn screenshotGalacta: The Battle for Saturn 1992
Gamplay is similar to Galaxian and Galaga, Galacta gives you a top-down space shooter just like the arcade games.Move back and forth along the bottom of the screen as you avoid the attacks from the enemy ships and launch your own attacks at them. You can be destroyed by...


Galactic Battle screenshotGalactic Battle 1990
The Galactic Battle game itself is a classic piece of gaming history, that we are now able to share with everyone. Galactic Battle features an endless amount of levels. Each level has 11 different waves of aliens. As you progress through the levels, it becomes increasingly more difficult. Naturally the...


Galactic Conqueror screenshotGalactic Conqueror 1988
As rebel forces close in on the space station Gallion, you launch strikes against enemy-controlled planets in the most sophisticated techno-toy available to mankind, the space fighter Thunder Cloud II. The game is a blend of action sequences in an Afterburner-esque pseudo-3D view. These sequences vary between ground combat, aerial...


Galactic Warrior Rats screenshotGalactic Warrior Rats 1993
Einstein, Newton and Darwin are the Galactic Warrior Rats, mutant hybrids who come under your control in this top-down multi-directional shooter. Their plan is to save the badly polluted planet Smeaton Five by destroying its robotic defences and the computer primed to explode it. Many enemies must be shot down...


Galactix screenshotGalactix 1992
Defend Earth from destruction from the onslaught of the Xidus fleet. Your state-of-the-art ship is equiped with a limitless supply of ammunition, and in addition has missles, bombs, and a retractable claw used for retrieving ship upgrades during the heat of battle. ...


Galaga: Destination Earth screenshotGalaga: Destination Earth 2000
Among the several classic arcade games that Hasbro Interactive has modernized for home platforms is Galaga: Destination Earth. At first glance, the new 3D graphics might make it hard to even recognize the game as being related to the original arcade hit, but many of the crucial aspects of gameplay...


Galax screenshotGalax 2003
Galax and Radias are two fun shooters from Japan's prolific freeware gaming 'scene.' Galax is a vertical shooter that boasts crisp anime-style graphics and fun power-ups, while Radias is a competent fanmade remake of a 2D side-scroller of the same name which was made for NEC's PC-9801 computer way back...


Galaxian screenshotGalaxian 1983
Galaxian is a shoot 'em up in which the player is at the bottom of the screen, with an arrangement of aliens at the top. The player moves left and right to aim at an alien, then shoots a bullet up the screen, and the alien it hits is killed....


Game of Robot, The screenshotGame of Robot, The 1988
The Game of Robot is a German shareware game for DOS. The player controls a hero who has to explore the castle of the evil wizard Schulzasar. He will have to visit the 56 rooms of the castle, eliminate Schulzasar's evil robots and solve many puzzles, to finally kill Schulzasar...


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