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Released Oct 03, 1989
Crumbling World is a dark fantasy action RPG game created by Dani Marti.
Ministry of Broadcast is a puzzle platformer that merges Prince of Persia-like platforming with a dystopian reality show motif.
Two players engage each other in swordplay and hand-to-hand combat in this indie fencing game.
A zombie plague has ravaged the Pacific Northwest. There is no chance of fighting off the horde. The only choice is to run.
A game based on the science fiction book developed by Other Ocean Interactive.
A 2D platformer with an emphasis on either light or dark forms to overcome obstacles and defeat enemies. The game bears a unique visual style and "Out of this World"-style platforming gameplay.
Assassins Creed II: Discovery is the Nintendo DS tie-in to the Assassins Creed II story line. The game will play much like its sideview platform/action predecessor on the DS Altaïr's Chronicles.
Trine is a fantasy 2D side-scroller for PC and PlayStation 3 that lets you switch between three different characters to solve puzzles and find treasure.
Assassin's Creed: Altaïr's Chronicles is a prequel to the original Assassin's Creed for the DS and mobile devices.
A video game sequel to the original Planet of the Apes film starring Charlton Heston. Despite sharing the same cover as the game on PlayStation/PC, it is a completely different game with a different story and cast of characters.
The first handheld Tomb Raider game.
Though it shared a subtitle with Pitfall 3D for the PlayStation, this Game Boy Color title was a 2D platformer released in 1999 by Crave Entertainment.
When Andy's dog Whisky is kidnapped during a solar eclipse, the brave youth embarks on a 2D platforming adventure across dangerous alien landscapes to rescue him.
Shoot everything in your quest to rightfully claim the throne of Androth in this early Blizzard platformer.
Death by Dark Shadows is a Prince of Persia inspired platforming game by William R. Fisher III. Only a 5 level beta of the game is known to exist today, as the original code has been lost to time, and few copies of the full game were ever sold.
Bringing the 1982 platforming classic to '90s home consoles, The Mayan Adventure puts players in the role of Harry Jr. as he searches the Mayan ruins for his father, the original Pitfall Harry.
Nosferatu has taken Kyle's girlfriend and now she must be rescued before her soul sinks into darkness. Kyle will have to battle his way through the castle of the wicked vampire to and save his beloved Erin.
Fly the unfriendly skies, battling giant creatures and wizards in a race to collect mana and restore balance to the world.
A side-scrolling action-adventure game that used rotoscoped animation for its geeky main character. Released on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1994.
Kendo Rage is a side-scrolling action platformer from Kemco, which borrows elements from Valis, Parodius, and the original Prince of Persia.
A critically acclaimed "cinematic platformer" in which players control an unassuming young scientist trapped on an alien planet.
The last of the NES Ninja Gaiden trilogy.
A computer game based on the Arnold Schwarzenegger movie of the same name.
Exile, also known as XZR II, is the side scrolling, action RPG sequel to XZR. It was first released for Japanese computers in 1988. Both North American releases, especially the Genesis one, were censored due to the heavy religious, adult and drug-related themes.
Step into the shoes of the ninja Ryu Hayabusa as he goes on a quest to avenge his father's unexpected death.
An obscure Japanese fighting game predating Street Fighter II, in which an unnamed priest must cleanse the world of numerous ghosts. It is the first game to use digitized sprites (and the first to use the art of claymation) for its characters.
An action RPG developed by Telenet Japan and released in 1988, it is the first part of the XZR/Exile trilogy. The game was controversial for its references to religion, politics, and drugs. Unlike its sequels, XZR was never released outside of Japan.
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