Freeware game by Nihon Falcom Corp.
The third installment in the popular Ys series of RPG's finds our heroes travelling to the town of Kenai, where a mysterious evil has taken root.
Editor-in-chief says: Ys III - Wanderers from Ys is a role-playing game and the third installment in the Ys series. The game continues the stories from Ys I and Ys II, as the welcoming screen says. The action takes place three years after the previous installment, when Adol Christin and Dogi, his friend, are on a journey to Redmon, Dogi's home town. They learn on the way that the Redmont's population is thretened by men from around the Valestein Castle. Adol decides to help them out, and this is how the third story of the series starts. The gameplay is also quite different from the previous two games and brings in new features.
Freeware game by Bitmap Brothers, The
Xenon 2: Megablast is vertically scrolling space shooter, in which you have to pass several levels, filled with waves of enemies, that all end with a level boss creature.
Editor-in-chief says: Xenon 2 Megablast is a game released back in 1989 for various platforms, including Commodore Amiga, Atari ST, Sega Mega Drive/Genesis, Game Boy and others. The story happens after the Xenites lose in the battle called the Galaxy Conflict. However, after their defeat they come back with a new plan and plant four bombs in space-time areas. The main character of the game had to find the biggest four animals in these places (because the bombs were placed inside them) and kill them, this way managing to save the Galaxy from havoc.
Freeware game by Western Technologies Inc.
You can play as any four pre-chosen X-Men and see cameos from the others.
Editor-in-chief says: X-Men is an arcade game developed by Konami and published in 1992. The game is a side-scrolling beat 'em up game featuring the same characters as the popular movie and comic series. The game was published for several platforms and sequels of it are still in development. There are six playable characters: Wolverine, Colossus, Cyclops, Storm, Nightcrawler or Dazzler, and all of them have the same objective: stopping the evil Magneto from provoking havoc to the human population. Before fighting with Magneto, they have to defeat other smaller enemies, such as Sentinels. The game was really fun, enjoyable, praised for its good graphics and gameplay, and is still considered a classic worthy of getting a run sometimes.
Freeware game by BlueSky Software
This years addition of World Series Baseball has new rosters and schedules updates statistics stat tracking in 27 categories and modes of play.
Freeware game by BlueSky Software
Play as any of the 28 Major League teams with complete up-to-date rosters. Try to win the pennant in a 162-game season, or skip the season and head to the playoffs.
Freeware game by Tiertex Ltd.
Play as one of 24 teams in the only officially licensed 1994 World Cup soccer game.
Freeware game by SEGA Entertainment, Inc.
Choose between 24 international teams in World Cup Soccer.
Freeware game by Westone Co. Ltd.
A popular series of Japanese arcade game conversions featuring the warrior Wonderboy and his cute green-haired girlfriend as they undertake various quests, visit strange lands, and battle terrifying monsters.
Freeware game by Core Design Ltd
The world's most renowed genetic scientist has been kidnapped and brainwashed into creating an army ofbloodthirsty mutant warriors. Suddenly the fate of all mankind rests in his youngest son, and in a top-secret mutating experiment known as .
Editor-in-chief says: Wolf Child is a platformer released for the Amiga and Amiga ST in 1992. The game was later ported on many other platforms. The plot centers around a biotechnology researcher and his son Saul. Kal, the reseaercher, is kidnapped by a Chimera organization and his son uses one if his inventions to turn himself into a wolf-human hybrid that was capable of defeting the organization. The game was praised for its animation, graphics, speed and responsiveness and was considered better than Switchblade 2, a similar video game.
Freeware game by Funcom
A series of various arcade games based on the plot of the animated feature film by Amblin Entertainment, in which a trio of prehistoric intelligent dinosaurs winds up in New York.
Editor-in-chief says: A Dinosaur's Tale is a game for the Game Boy, Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Mega Drive/Genesis adapted after the movie with the same name, which was quite popular in 1993 when it was published. The game was definitely released for kids and was really good and appreciated. The player controls a tyranosaurus rex through all the levels, which by the way, are quite difficult to pass. The levels require thinking even for adults sometimes. The graphics of the game were really good and were praised.