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Bridge-It

Bridge-It

Platforms: Amstrad CPC

Publishers: Amsoft

Bridge-It was one of the first games produced for the Amstrad CPC to coincide with the system's release in 1984. Published by Amsoft, it was one of 50 launch titles produced to be sold at the same time as the CPC464. In the game, you take control of an unnamed character that must cross bridges, which can be raised and lowered, in order to get from his house to the other end of the town. Later on, Amstrad gave this game away free with all new Amstrad CPC computers sold as part of a ten-game soft…

Bubble Bobble Plus!

Bubble Bobble Plus!

Publishers: Taito

Bubble Bobble Plus! (バブルボブル Plus!, Baburu Boburu Plus!) and Bubble Bobble Neo! (バブルボブル Neo!, Baburu Boburu Neo!) are remakes of the 1986 action-platformer arcade game Bubble Bobble. The games were developed and published by Taito. Bubble Bobble Plus! was released for WiiWare in Japan (as Bubble Bobble Wii (バブルボブル Wii, Baburu Boburu Wii)) on February 10, 2009, in the PAL regions on April 10, 2009 and in North America on May 25, 2009 while Bubble Bobble Neo! was released on the Xbox Live Arcade do…

Back to the Future

Back to the Future

Platforms: Nintendo Nes

Publishers: LJN

Back to the Future is a 1989 video game released by LJN for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The game is loosely based on the 1985 film of the same name. A sequel, Back to the Future Part II & III, was released in 1990.

Battle Racers

Battle Racers

Platforms: Super Nes

Publishers: Banpresto

Battle Racers (バトルレーサーズ) is a 1995 video game for the Super Famicom that was released to an exclusively Japanese market. This video game combines the futuristic elements of F-Zero with the whimsical elements of Super Mario Kart. Players can select from various tracks and confront numerous dead ends and alternate turns. There are six drivers in a race and all the menus are in Japanese. The four main characters of the game are: Ultraman Great (from the Ultra Series), Kamen Rider ZO (from the Kamen…

Bubble Bobble

Bubble Bobble

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Taito,Toei Company

Bubble Bobble est un jeu vidéo de plates-formes développé par la société japonaise Taito, sorti en 1986. À l’origine commercialisé sur borne d’arcade, le jeu a été porté sur de nombreux systèmes familiaux et a connu plusieurs suites. L’univers de jeu a aussi été décliné dans une autre série, Puzzle Bobble (Bust-a-Move), des jeux de puzzle également très populaires.

Beetle Adventure Racing

Beetle Adventure Racing

Platforms: Nintendo 64

Publishers: Electronic Arts

Beetle Adventure Racing (titre Australien : HSV Adventure Racing) est un jeu vidéo de course sorti en 1999 sur Nintendo 64. Le jeu a été développé et édité par Electronic Arts.

Breakout

Breakout

Platforms: Atari 2600,Arcade

Breakout est un jeu d'arcade dérivé de Pong, commercialisé par Atari Inc. en 1976. Il s'agit du tout premier jeu de casse-briques. Il fut adapté sur la console Atari 2600 en 1978.

Bun Fun

Bun Fun

Publishers: Squirrel

Bun Fun is a computer game written by A.J. Turner for the BBC Micro home computer and published by Squirrel Software on cassette in 1983. It was later ported to the Acorn Electron.

Basketball Nightmare

Basketball Nightmare

Platforms: Sega Master System

Publishers: Sega

Basketball Nightmare is a 1989 basketball video game that was released exclusively for the Sega Master System in Europe, Canada, and Brazil.

Bobby Bearing

Bobby Bearing

Platforms: Amstrad CPC,Commodore 64

Publishers: The Edge

Bobby Bearing is an isometric 3D arcade adventure game released by The Edge in 1986 for the Sinclair Spectrum. It was ported to the Amstrad CPC and Commodore 64 by Trevor Inns.

Bubbler

Bubbler

Platforms: Amstrad CPC

Publishers: Ultimate Play the Game

Bubbler is a ZX Spectrum video game developed and published by Ultimate Play the Game in 1987. It was Ultimate's final title for 8-bit home computers before evolving into Rare. The game is an isometric platform game in the style of Marble Madness (1984). Development of a Commodore 64 version was outsourced to Lynsoft but the release was cancelled as Ultimate thought the game was running too slowly.

Bad Hotel

Bad Hotel

Platforms: Microsoft Windows,Linux,Apple IOS

Publishers: Lucky Frame

Bad Hotel is a tower defense video game developed and published by Lucky Frame. It was released on August 14, 2012 for iOS and on October 16, 2013 for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. The game received positive reviews from critics, who cited its quirky musical and visual aesthetic.

Bedlam

Bedlam

Platforms: PlayStation 4,XBox One

Publishers: Standfast Interactive

Bedlam is a first-person shooter game developed by British studio RedBedlam and published by Standfast Interactive. It was released on October 13, 2015 for PlayStation 4 and October 16, 2015 for Xbox One. Based on the novel Bedlam by Christopher Brookmyre, it follows an ordinary Scottish woman named Heather Quinn who is trapped inside the body of a video game character in a fictional 90s FPS title, Starfire, which is similar to Quake, in addition to other game homages. The game received mixed to…

Bombergirl

Bombergirl

Platforms: Arcade

Bombergirl is a video game published by Konami, released for the Japanese arcades on August 30, 2018. It is a spin-off from the Bomberman series, and is played similarly to previous titles. Eight players are split into two teams of four, who aim to destroy the other team's base by placing bombs and using character-specific abilities.

Beverly Hills Cop

Beverly Hills Cop

Platforms: PlayStation 2

Publishers: Blast Entertainment

Beverly Hills Cop is a first-person shooter video game based on the film series of the same name. It was developed by Atomic Planet Entertainment, published by Blast Entertainment, and released exclusively in Europe for the PlayStation 2 in 2006.

BeamWars

BeamWars

Publishers: Polaris Software

BeamWars is a Macintosh snake game released as shareware in 1992 by Steve Crutchfield. It allows up to four people to play simultaneously on a single keyboard.

Bomberman

Bomberman

Platforms: Nintendo GameBoy

Bomberman (ボンバーマン, Bonbāman), ou Bomber Man, est un jeu vidéo développé par Hudson Soft, sorti en 1983. Il s’agit d’un jeu d'action basé sur le motif du labyrinthe dans lequel le personnage détruit les ennemis en posant des bombes à retardement. Le jeu est sorti sur divers ordinateurs au Japon, comme les MSX, PC-88, Sharp MZ et FM-7, et sur ZX Spectrum en Europe, sous le titre Eric and the Floaters. Une version remaniée a vu le jour sur la console Famicom en 1985. C'est le premier épisode de la …