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Nuclear War is a single player turn-based strategy game. It presents a satirical, cartoonish nuclear battle between five world powers, in which the winner is whoever retains some population when everyone else on earth is dead.
A visual novel and graphic adventure game for the Nintendo Famicom in which a young rock n' roll fan is sent 10 years into the past to prevent a nuclear war.
An early first-person role-playing shooter released by Arsys Software. Ahead of its time, it had 3D polygon graphics, FPS gameplay, strafing controls, open-world space exploration, and an epic sci-fi space opera plot.
An early role-playing shooter released by Arsys Software for the PC-88, PC-98 and FM-7 computers in 1986 and ported to MS-DOS by Brøderbund. An early RPG-shooter hybrid, it was one of the first computer games with polygonal 3D environments, along with full 360-degree third-person exploration for indoor environments.
Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam: Hot Scramble is the first console Gundam game. It features some early first-person shooter elements, along with side-scrolling action segments.
Squaresoft's first RPG, this was an early futuristic sci-fi RPG for the PC-8801 and PC-9801 computers, featuring a post-apocalyptic setting and isometric, tactical turn-based battles.
Will: The Death Trap II is a video game developed and published by Squaresoft in 1985, for the NEC PC-8801, NEC PC-9801, Fujitsu FM-7 and Sharp X1 computers. Developed by Hironobu Sakaguchi, the game was a technical milestone for its real-time animated cutscenes, rendered using animated bitmap graphics, as well as its soundtrack by Nobuo Uematsu.
Kidou Senshi Gundam Part 2: Tobe! Gundam (機動戦士ガンダム PART 2 翔べ！ガンダム "Mobile Suit Gundam Part 2: Fly! Gundam") is an adventure/shooter/RPG from 1984, based on the Mobile Suit Gundam anime series. It anticipated several gameplay elements later found in FPS, TPS and action RPG games.
Kidou Senshi Gundam Part 1: Gundam Daishi ni Tatsu!! (機動戦士ガンダム PART 1 ガンダム大地に立つ！！ "Mobile Suit Gundam Part 1: Gundam Stands on the Ground!!") is an adventure/shooter/RPG from 1983, based on the popular Mobile Suit Gundam anime television series.
A sci-fi adventure game from Enix, released in 1983. Set in a post-apocalyptic future, the story is about the last survivors of a nuclear war going into crygenic sleep and waking up a hundred years later. The game features a day-night cycle that impacts the story, where certain events may only occur at a specific time.
A bidirectional, horizontal scrolling shoot'em up similar to Defender, written by Dan Thompson and Andrew Kaluzniacki and published by Sirius Software for various 8-bit homecomputers.
Final Earth is a game developed by Chedburn Networks. It is on an extended hiatus.
DsiWare sequel to the bubble popping Wiiware launch title Pop.
Pocket tanks is a 2D strategy game, which features similar gameplay to that of worms.
The Powder Toy is a Free Sand like physics game allowing users to create and upload creations and levels.
A game where players mix together elements with the goal of finding all possible combinations.
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