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Splat! - by KieferSkunk
Now here is a relatively obscure game that Williams produced back in 1982. It's one of their lesser-known and certainly less famous games, running on the same hardware as Bubbles, Joust, Robotron and Defender. According to MAME's history file, Splat! was inspired by the food fight scene in the movie "Animal House", and [...more]
Food Fight (Atari 7800) - by -^CrožBow^-
So it is a hot day outside and your visiting the local carnival. How do you spend the time? Why trying to cool off of course, and what better way to do that than to enter a huge food fight contest where the prize is an ice cream cone! You have to give Atari some real credit in the originality department on a [...more]
Super Puzzle Fighter 2X - by Dorsola
Capcom. You just hear the name and what's the first thing you think of? Fighting games! Overhead flying shooters! Puzzle games!
Puzzle games?!? Capcom doesn't make puzzle games!!
Um... well, yeah, they did. =) In 1997, the great CC released none other than "Super Puzzle Fighter 2" to the unsuspecting masses. [...more]
Puzzle Bobble 4 - by Dorsola
The fourth and most recent (not known if it's the final) installment in the Puzzle Bobble series is Puzzle Bobble 4. This game, like its predecessor, brings a few new challenges and yet another cast of characters - along with our old friends, the bubble-blowing dragons. Rich in graphic detail and featuring a few nice [...more]
Puzzle Bobble 3 - by Dorsola
If you liked the first Puzzle Bobble, you probably tried the second one. If you liked the second one, you should try the third one! Puzzle Bobble 3 (also known as Bust A Move 3) is, not surprisingly, the third game in the Puzzle Bobble series. Not the fifth! Five is right out! Puzzle Bobble 3, being the third game [...more]
D&D 2: Shadow Over Mystara - by -^CrožBow^-
Add a bit of might, a dash of magic, a pinch of agility, throw in a few really nasty monsters, scatter some treasure, and then have Capcom make it. What do you get? You get the recipe for one of the best Hack 'N' Slash games ever made. The first time I spotted a D&D game in the arcades...I almost laughed at the spectacle [...more]
Ms. Pac-Man - by D@Z
Born not long after the king of arcade`s, which is obviously Pac-Man, up pops Ms Pac-Man in 1981. She looks pretty much like Pac-Man apart from a small red bow on the top of her head. The gameplay is pretty much the same as it's predecessor,eat all the small dots scattered around the screen.
Sounds too easy I know, but [...more]
Bomb Jack - by D@Z
This was one of my best games I had for my good old Spectrum 128k+ and when I found it in the arcade`s I could see I would be kissing my pocket money goodbye for a while.Oh well,looking back it was well worth it.
I think it was this game I was playing on one day and I had to get the spotty teenager trainee who new as [...more]
PacLand - by WinZippy
I don't know if it's the same with you, but despite the hundreds of arcade/computer/console games I've played in my time, there is always one that stands out as MY game. Sure, there are plenty of special ones that made my mouth drop (Space Harrier - arcade), or hooked me completely (Pinball Dreams - Amiga), or totally [...more]
Paperboy - by D@Z
Paperboy is one of my personal favourite arcade games.It caused a bit of a stir when it was released as Mark Caesar and Robin Hallingstad filed a law suit against Atari,claiming they had stolen there idea for this great video game.A year before the release the men had given Atari details of a game that was very similar.Well [...more]
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