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A soccer management game published by Codemasters for several 8-bit and 16-bit home computers.
A top-down racing game for one or two players.
An action game in which the objective is to travel between stations avoiding the enemy.
A vertical arcade shooter inspired by Namco's Galaga.
Turrican II is an epic shooter featuring a ton of exploration, colorful graphics and a pumping synth soundtrack to boot.
A budget soccer game developed by Codemasters and released for Amiga and Atari ST.
The fourth game in a series of multi-platform adventure-platformers by the Oliver Twins, produced by Codemasters.
Ghost Chaser is a Pac-Man-esque maze game for Amiga and Atari ST.
A horizontal bidirectional scrolling platformer with a fantasy setting published by Players Premier .
A side-scrolling shoot'em up and the successor to X-Out wich comes with a two player co-op ability. Developed by Advantec Software and published by Rainbow Arts for Commodore Amiga and Atari ST.
A snooker simulator published by Players Premier for some 8-bit homecomputers.
A top-down view driving game in which two players can drive at the same time on a split-screen.
A double pack published by Encore for Amstrad CPC, C64 and ZX Spectrum.
A soccer game set in the future in which the player takes control of one of 16 fictional teams.
In this Pengo-style action game Dizzy has to rescue all of his mates from seperate prisons in which they were thrown in by the evil Wizard Zak.
A slot machine simulation published by Byte Back for Amiga and Atari ST.
An early shooter platformer originally developed for European home computers, best known for its heavy metal soundtrack by Chris Huelsbeck.
A horizontally scrolling shoot 'em up with eight levels and an underwater setting.
A ninja-themed variant of Gauntlet that was developed by TAG Computer Games for several 8-bit home computers.
An action game with platform elements developed by Code Masters and published by Cartoon Time for the 8-bit home computers Amstrad CPC, C64 and ZX Spectrum. It was also published directly by Code Masters under the name "Spellfire the Sorcerer" for the 16-bit platforms Amiga and Atari ST.
The third game in a series of multi-platform adventure-platformers by the Oliver Twins, produced by Codemasters.
Fast Food Dizzy is a maze game featuring the Oliver Twins' Dizzy character. It's the first spin-off of the Dizzy franchise.
A 2D horizontal scrolling action game in which the player bounces on a bouncebubble and tries to avoid or shoot various aliens.
Your objective is very simple but far from easy; to become a successful and preferably not dead cosmic pirate
A quiz game with 2000 questions from the fields of sport, pop music and show biz.
A hostage rescue simualtion developed by Subway Software for the Amiga, Atari ST, C64 and PC systems.
A puzzle-platformer based on the arcade classic Solomon's Key.
A pinball game released on multiple early computer systems.
Practice five events trampolining, tightrope-walking, juggling, knife-throwing and jumping clowns, before doing the events in the main performance.
A fantasy sports game developed by Golden Goblins that is based on a fictional "Grand Monster Slam" tournament in the fantasy world GhoLD.
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