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Freeware game by Data East Corporation
Chelnov (Atomic Runner) is a young scientist turned superhero thanks to his power armor, which he must use in an all-out struggle with an invading alien army that has managed to take him captive.
Freeware game by SEGA Entertainment, Inc.
This game brings you as close to the ATP Tour Championship Tennis as most people will ever get.
Editor-in-chief says: If you like tennis and enjoy playing it, the ATP Tour Championship Tennis release will be ajoy for you. Although the game was released more than 15 years ago, it is still considered a classic worthy to play. The player is placed in the bottom of the ranking when the game starts, and has to play and win his way up to the top. There are a total of 11 competitions in the game, plus exhibition matches, exhibitions tournaments and an exciting ATP Senior Tour, featuring singe-elimination tournaments with retired ATP tennis pros.
Freeware game by Electronic Arts
Australian Rugby League is believed to be the sequel to Rugby World Cup 95.
Editor-in-chief says: Rugby is a tough game to play, not only in reality, but also on the computer. Australian Rugby League, released in 1995 for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis by who else than EA Sports, was a quite difficult bun fun game to play back when it was released. The game was only published on the Australian and European market, with the North American market being reluctant to play it. The game features many teams, including English and French outfits, and brings in a wide variety of moves the player can perform. Although the platform limits the possibility of the game, Australian Rugby League was a decent release.
Freeware game by Tengen
Now it's up to Awesome Possum to clean up the world and get rid of Dr. Machino and his minions once and for all.
Freeware game by Gray Matter
You are a teenage ant-like robot, who is going out for a date… However, you take your dad's car and he warns you; if you make a scratch on the car, you will never drive it again.
Freeware game by Designer Software
You are the guardian angel of a baby who is the target of some rather moronic would-be kidnappers.
Editor-in-chief says: You sure remember Baby's Day Out, the 1994 comedy film starring Joe Pantoliano and Joe Mantegna, in which a kid is kidnapped by three members of a clan and tracked down after he manages to escape. Well, a game with a similar plot has been announced for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis few years after the movie's premiere, but it was cancelled. The only thing that can be found are two prototypes available for download on different websites. The player controls an angel, instead of Bink, and has to guide the baby to safety.
Back to the Future 3
Back to the Future III is a collection of four arcade games.
Freeware game by Hot B Co Ltd
Bad Omen is a 2D brick-and-paddle game with a twist. Several twists.
Freeware game by Namco Ltd.
Ball Jacks is a confusing combination of Pong and Breakout.
Freeware game by PF Magic
Ballz is an unusual-looking versus fighter with heroes made from stacked steel balls.