Freeware game by SEGA Entertainment, Inc.
You are everyone familiar all-mighty hungry cat called Garfield. You're somehow trapped in your TV, that's what happens with too much TV watching. Go and find all remote-control pieces to get out of that box, and check the fridge for a change.
Editor-in-chief says: Who doesn't love Garfield, the fictional fat and lazy orange cat from the comic series of Jim Davis and, later, the movie? Well if you love him, you will love this game as well. Although the game was released more than 10 years before the movie, it is still fun to play. Garfield can attack enemies and throw objects at them. The story follows Garfield, who was sent into the television by a robot called The Glitch. Now he is in and has to fight enemies to make his way out and return to Jon in reality. ‣ Verdict: 8/10
Freeware game by Wolfteam
The only one that can stop them is a young girl named Annet…born of the cursed bloodline of Haussar, yet against his plans. Her only weapon: a mystic boomerang known as El Viento.
Editor-in-chief says: If there is someone here who played Earnest Evans, then this game shares the same fictional universe, only few years later. This is New York 2028, to be more specific, when a madness leader called Henry wants to awaken the sleeping god known as Hastur. Bringing Hastur back to life would have been the end of the mankind, so the main characters of El Viento had to stop Henry. Annet Myer and Earnest Evans are the two characters who try to stop the villain from doing a big mistake. Sounds simple? Well, it's not. The game was fun, but quite difficult at some points.
Freeware game by Shiny Entertainment
Meet our hero — a sweet and loveable fella who just happens to be a steroid enhanced Earthworm. This is the wild and wacky platform shooter that everybody talks about, and was a big hit when it was first released.
Editor-in-chief says: Jim the Earthworm is one character to remember. The earthworm dressed in a robotic suits who fought enemies was complex. He could run, shoot, swing on hooks and use power-ups for the blaster. I remember how good the in-between levels looked, when Earthworm Jim was placed in a semi-3D environment to race against Psycrow. Unlike other games, Jim didn't have to fight the bosses, but to find their weaknesses and exploit it. This was something new during an age of violent fights between chracters and bosses.
Freeware game by Westwood Studios
Dune: The Battle for Arrakis perfected the Real-time Strategy genre commonly found in Command and Conquer, etc.
Editor-in-chief says: The second Dune game was spectacular for that period. The game was not the first real-time strategy, but introduced features that were soon to be followed by many other companies, for lots and lots of years. Games like Warcraft and Starcraft feature elements seen in Dune II for the first time. Complexity and innovation are the two words to describe Dune II. The world map was something new, the technology tree was never heard of before and the mobile units could have been deployed as buildings. Dune II is one of the games I will always cherish and never forget, I lost hours and days in row to build the dynasty of Emperor Frederick IV. ‣ Verdict: 9/10
Freeware game by 3D Realms
Duke Nukem 3D is a 3D first-person shooter starring action hero Duke Nukem.
Freeware game by Tecnos Japan
This legendary series Double Dragon focuses on the lives of the Lee twins – two skilled street fighters who use their martial arts talent to further the cause of justice.
Freeware game by Bitmap Brothers, The
Chaos Engine delivers the kind of arcade-style, two-player shooting action.
Freeware game by Mentrix Software
It's twenty years after the end of the Vietnam War. Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is to venture forth once again on the Ho Chi Minh trail and try to rescue some of the downed American airmen left behind.
Freeware game by SEGA Entertainment, Inc.
An army of biogenetic mutants has gone haywire, terrorizing the world and putting the future of the planet in jeopardy.
Freeware game by Rare, Ltd.
Battletoads and Double Dragon are two of the Genesis best beat-'em-ups, and the two franchises merge surprisingly well in this superb crossover follow-up to Rare's 1991 hit.