• Comix Zone

    Freeware game by Sega

    Comix Zone is a very simple yet unique fighting game where you are inside of a comic book, jumping from cell to cell as you combat.

  • Lost Vikings

    Freeware game by Silicon & Synapse, Inc.

    Help Eric, Baleog, and Olaf - a trio of medieval Norsemen with various talents to find their way through time and space back to Earth.

    Editor-in-chief says: Lost Vikings is a side-scrolling platformer with puzzle elements and released early in the 90s for various platforms. Erik the Swift, Baleog the Fierce and Olaf the Stout are the three main characters of the game. They are three vikings who need to be guided to safety in each level. The player controls only one character at a time, but can take turns and control each one of them. The player has to perform many actions in order to guide the vikings to the end of the level. Though the game was not innovative, it was quite popular and I still remember it as being fun to play.
  • Golden Axe 3

    Freeware game by SEGA Entertainment, Inc

    The Golden Axe 3 has been improved slightly, but is essentially the same hack n' slash as the previous games. New features to the series include new characters, new moves and junction points where you can choose which path to take.

  • Contra - Hard Corps

    Freeware game by Konami

    The Contra series is a classic gaming staple, and Contra: Hard Corps for your Sega Genesis is no exception! Can you battle through near-impossible levels in great 2D shooter action?

  • Desert Strike

    Freeware game by EA/Mike Posehn

    You pilot a helicopter in a series of missions in a desert environment, viewing the action from a three-quarter overhead perspective.

  • Shining Force 2

    Freeware game by Camelot Software Planning

    Shining Force II is a strategy/rpg hybrid with cartoon-like graphics.

  • Castlevania - The New Generation

    Freeware game by Konami

    Is your heart strong enough for this challenge?

  • General Chaos

    Freeware game by Game Refuge Inc.

    You control an army of 5 soldiers, and your object is to take out the other set of soldiers in team combat play.

    Editor-in-chief says: The arcade/strategy game called General Chaos is one of my favorites ever. General Chaos and General Havoc had to fight on a limited world map and to conquer the other's capital city, which is kind of similar with Age of Empires, just that this 1994 release is not so complex and takes less time. There are four total teams the player can choose from. The player sees the action from an isometric point of view and has to guide his team not only through violent battles, but also through strategic missions.
  • Gunstar Heroes

    Freeware game by Treasure Co., Ltd.

    The Earth has been taken over by a power-hungry, hi-tech dictator and his formidable army. Mankind's only hope are the Gunstar Heroes.

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