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Freeware game by Accolade, Inc.
This is a deceivingly simple tile game that plays like Concentration or Pyramid Solitare.
Editor-in-chief says: This was a puzzle game released in early 90s by Accolade, a worldwide known game developer back then. The game is a puzzle consisting of 72 stones and a board game consisting of 96 squares. The stones had colors and symbols, six of each, so there were 36 possible pairs. But because each stone came in pairs, there were a total of 72 possible stones. The target of the player was to place all the 72 stones on the 96 squares board, but although it sounds easy, the stones had to actually be placed adjacent to others that they match by color or symbol.
Freeware game by Konami Co., Ltd
A high-end World Cup soccer sim.
Editor-in-chief says: International Superstar Soccer Deluxe or simply known as ISS Deluxe is an old football simulation game developed by Konami, a company known worldwide today for Pro Evolution Soccer. Well, before PES it was ISS, with 16 formations and 8 strategies and 36 national teams. Although it was easy to recognize top players, the game was unlicensed and renamed the real players with other names. For example, Batistuta was Capitale, as he was nicknamed in Italy. The game was made in such a way that it was even possible to play together with someone else against the computer, and I remember the game being fun, enjoyable and, it seems, the roots of my passion for football simulators.
Freeware game by MindSpan Technologies Corp
This addition to the HardBall series of baseball games adds 700 MLBPA players, 28 real ballparks, 1994 division re-alignment and 162 game season with exhibition, all-star, playoffs and championship play.
Editor-in-chief says: HardBall 94 is a baseball game based upon a previous installment by Accolade, but with improved graphics and gameplay. The player could have chosen from more than 700 available real stars from the 1993 season. This was not a fast-paced arcade game, because the focus was on the simulation side of baseball. There are several types of views/cameras the player can choose from: behind the batter, behind the pitcher or from left and right. Hitting and pitching was performed really well in the game and was one of this game's main selling points.
Freeware game by Taito Corporation
In the early 20th century, a group of reckless poachers nearly hunted the big game animals of Africa into extinction. You are the lone ranger who has the unenviable task of getting rid of them.
Freeware game by Radiance/THQ
Where's Waldo? Can you find him in the picture? If so, then more's the joy! Based on the popular series of children's books.
Freeware game by Absolute Entertainment Inc.
Playing as Goofy, you are assigned the job of cleaning Professor Drake's museum prior to the day when a new exhibit opens.
Freeware game by EA Sports
World-class soccer, as only the folks at EA Sports can bring you. It's hallmark isometric playing field sets it apart from most of the competition, as does it's range of options.
Freeware game by TAKARA Co., Ltd.
A young American street fighter enters the Fatal Fury tournament in order to discover the reasons behind his brother's death.
Freeware game by Compile
You must challenge Dr. Robotnik's robots to a battle and defeat them, and eventually face the Eggman himself.
Freeware game by Acme Interactive
Look for David Robinson's expert advice and tips at the half!
Editor-in-chief says: David Robinson's Supreme Court is a basketball game released under the name of David Robinson, a well-known NBA top player featured in NBA's 50th Anniversary All-Time Team. The game was available for Sega Mega Drive/Genesis and featured four different teams from the United States, all of them fictional. The game was also released in Japan. This game was soon to be followed by a more popular installment, called NBA Live, that borrows many of the elements found in this great classic release. However, David Robinson's Supreme Court was released with major bugs and decreased the popularity of the installment.