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A LaserDisc-based light-gun game from American Laser Games featuring everyone's favorite watermelon-smashing "comic," Gallagher.
FMV-based game, originally released as a laserdisc light-gun shooter for arcades in 1991. It was ported to many home systems at the height of the FMV fad.
As the new deputy in town it's up to you to stop Mad Dog McCree and his band of outlaws. One of the first light gun games to come over to the PC.
Road Avenger is an interactive action movie game, telling the story of an ex-cop avenging the murder of his wife with his highly modified car. Essentially a very long series of QTE car chases, the player reacts to on-screen prompts/situations to direct the action on screen.
Thayer's Quest is a game for the RDI Halcyon. Control the wizard's apprentice Thayer as he attempts to prevent the evil Sorsabal from taking over the five kingdoms.
A Laserdisc-based animated reaction game. Space Ace must save his girlfriend, Kimberly from the evil alien, Borf in this follow up to Dragon's Lair.
Super Don Quixote is a game that is loosely follows the story of Don Quixote and his adventures along with companion Sancho Panza.
Badlands is a laser disc western published by Konami. The gameplay uses single-button quick-draw mechanics. The plot is dark in tone, following a cowboy seeking revenge for his family's murder. It's possible to kill innocent civilians, but the player is punished for it.
Starfighters, also known as Star Fighters, is a laserdisc game released by ASCII for the MSX computer in 1984. It was the first computer game to use pre-rendered 3D polygon graphics, combined with real-time 2D sprites.
A LaserDisc arcade game based around quick-time events. The game exists as a conversion for the 1983 arcade game Interstellar.
A behind-the-back arcade racing game by Sega, unique in that the background uses full-motion video run on LaserDisc-based arcade hardware.
LaserDisc arcade game released in 1984 that was later ported to Sega CD and iOS. Players take to the skies in their Super Cobra attack helicopter to save the world from terrorism.
Cliff Hanger is a Laserdisc game in the vain of Dragon's Lair and Space Ace, using anime footage from Lupin III.
Galaxy Ranger is a laserdisc-based arcade game from Sega.
Laserdisc video arcade game released by Atari in 1983. Based on the movie of the same name.
Pilot a military attack plane in this 1983 video arcade game from Mylstar. Features game graphics superimposed over laserdisc.
Based on the Japanese anime of the same name, Albegas was a 1983 laserdisc game by Sega that differentiated itself by allowing the choice of different paths to take throughout the game. Bally Midway released the game in North America as Cybernaut in March 1984.
Polygons and pre-rendered video collide in this 1983 laserdisc game from Simutrek.
Known as the granddaddy of the "Quick Time Event", Dragon's Lair is an interactive cartoon that lets players help guide the actions of brave knight Dirk the Daring, as he ventures through the dangerous castle of Singe the Dragon in order to rescue his beloved princess Daphne.
One of the first Laserdisc games, made in 1982 and using technology pioneered by SEGA. Following its 1982 debut, it was released in Japan in May 1983 and worldwide several months later.
A laser disc Arcade Gmae from Stern Electronics. Control the plays and watch them develop onscreen.
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