Freeware game by Trimark Interactive
As a modern-day descendant of the ancient Druidic priesthood, you must stop an evil warlock from unleashing the forces of evil upon the world. Based on the cult live-action film starring Julian Sands in the title role.
Editor-in-chief says: Though it was released more than 15 years ago, I still remember Warlock as being a game with a very interesting story. Now I know it followed the plot from the movie, but this does not happen all the time. Guiding the druid through the past to stop the Warlock finding the six ancient runestones was a fun and exciting adventure full of surprises. What I liked about the game is that weapons were not important or inexistent; the spells were used against enemies. Most of them were newly-introduced on the market of video games and was exciting using them for the first time.
Freeware game by American Sammy Corporation
You control a mini ship called a Byupo Fighter through an unknown planet.
Freeware game by The Code Monkeys
You control Van Damme's character as he turns against his platoon and attempts to bring down the corrupt government organization that created him.
Freeware game by Bandai
The story follows that of the Japanese TV show. You are Ultraman, a red and silver giant that tries to save Japan from anything that threatens it.
Freeware game by Taito Corporation
Updated version of the classic arcade game with improved graphics and sound. Try to mark off as much territory as you can without any monsters catching you or the Qix touching an uncompleted order line.
Freeware game by Traveller's Tales/Psygnosis
This game is based on the movie Toy Story. It sets you as the character of Woody as you jump, swing, and drive to the end of each level.
Freeware game by Software Creations Ltd.
The comic book that The Tick is based on is a funny, refreshing, irreverent, silly and likable parody of the mainstream super hero comics.
Freeware game by Probe Entertainment Ltd.
The Incredible Hulk game is based on a popular comic book makes it cool.
Editor-in-chief says: I've played The Incredible Hulk on my Super Nintendo Entertainment System and though I am not a big fan of the movie, the character in the video game made me stick to it for hours and hours. The story was fun and intriguing and took some time to complete, even if there are not a big number of levels. Hulk searches for the Leader within five different levels and fight bosses at the end of each chapter. The player can also lose the game, and in this game few sentences tell the battle was lost, but not the war, and show the Leader ruling the world.
Freeware game by Sega of Japan
You play as Taz whose one goal in life is to track down and eat the Legendary Seagull's egg...
Editor-in-chief says: If you've watched Warner Bros' Taz-Mania cartoon, then you have to play the game too. I did it a lot of time ago, in the 90s, on my Sega Mega Drive/Genesis, and I simply loved it. Taz-Mania was always one of my favorite cartoon characters and aiming at a Giant Bird's eggs for a big omlet was fun. We didn't know where to head, so the five levels were an adventure. We picked up stars for invincibility, chicken for a bit of health and searched for as many extra lives as possible. The game was unfortunately short, but nonetheless a lot of fun.
Freeware game by SunSoft
Five levels of adventure in a battle against Prankster, Brainiac, Mr. Mxyzptlk and more, with Superman's powers including flight, super punch, heat-vision, super strength and a neat super spin move.
Editor-in-chief says: I played Superman for the first time on my Nintendo Entertainment System in the late 80s, and I enjoyed the game a lot, because the movie was spectacular and being able to control one of my favorites superheros was incredibly exciting. The game was a side-scrolling platformer mixed with puzzle games. Saving Metropolis from Lex Luther was Superman's task in the NES version. There was an Energy Level bar, power-ups and sometimes a call from "help" in the city - this game had them all. Transforming into Superman was easy: I only had to enter one of the two phone booths scattered around Metropolis.