Freeware game by Infogrames Entertainment, S.A.
Based on the popular series of children's books by French writer Herge Moulinsart.
Editor-in-chief says: The name comes from an 1960 popular comic series of France. The installment was released for many platforms, including PC (both MS DOS and Windows 95), Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Game Boy, Game Boy Color and Sega Mega Drive/ Genesis. The game is based on the comic book series and can only be played in single mode. The game centers around the main character who embarks on a quest in TIbet to find the legendary Abominable Snowman. The game had decent graphics and was quite popular, especially in Europe.
Freeware game by MicroProse Software, Inc.
The evil Grim Squidge has stolen all of the stars in the Galaxy, and now he's threatening to hurl everyone into the bleak Cosmic Void. Somebody's got to stop him, and that somebody is named Tinhead.
Editor-in-chief says: Tinhead is a video game released in 1993 for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis. The game centers around the main character, Tinhead, who needs to save the world. Grim Squidge is the villain of this platformer and needs to be defeat by our main character. Grim Squidge is a goblin who escaped from an asylum and created a spaceship to suck all the stars in the Universe. The metal-head hero was there to overcome fears and defeat all the enemies and, in the end, save the Galaxy by collecting the stars which were sucked out.
Freeware game by Dr. Pepper Studio
Brainchild of Russian student Alexey Pazhitnov, the concept behind Tetris is surprisingly simple and elegant.
Freeware game by Probe Software
Based on the hit series of films that made Austrian actor and former bodybuilding champion Arnold Schwarznegger an international film star.
Freeware game by Tecmo, Ltd.
Port of the popular arcade basketball sim.
Freeware game by Electronic Arts
Techno Clash is a top-down scrolling action/adventure game. The player controls Ronaan, whose goal is to track down and defeat the Engine Man.
Freeware game by Sega Interactive Development Division
Soar into the wild blue yonder with Kit and Baloo, your madcap buddies.
Freeware game by TecMagik Entertainment Ltd.
You play Sylvester the Cat. Your job is to catch the rrepressible Tweety Bird.
Freeware game by SEGA Entertainment, Inc.
Sword of Vermilion is a combination of action, adventure, and RPG elements in a more traditional medieval-fantasy setting.
Editor-in-chief says: Sword of Vermilion, also known as Vermilion in Japan, is a console role-playing game published in 1989 for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis and later for PlayStation2, PlayStation Portable and Nintedo's Virtual Console Wii. The game centers around Erik, the king of Excalabria, who aims to defeat Tsarkon and free his world of evil. The gameplay featured different views, including Town View, Battle View, Dungeon View and Boss View. Each view has a different perspective and puts the player to different challenges.
Freeware game by Anco Games/U.S. Gold Ltd.
Arcade-style soccer sim with graphics better than most.
Editor-in-chief says: Super Kick Off is one of the oldest football simulators on the market. The game is part of the Kick Off series which was released in 1989 on several platforms. The game is the fourth installment in the series and comes after Kick Off, Player Manager and Kick Off 2. The game features a league and a cup tournament. The game was quite realistic and required skills in passing, dribbling, shooting, tackling and so on. Tackling especially is a matter of skill, not choice, as the critics believe. I remember this game very well from since I was playing it and I recall it being realistic, innovative and very fun to play.