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Sopwith

Sopwith

Publishers: BMB Compuscience

Sopwith (également connu sous le nom de Camel en France) est un shoot 'em up sorti en 1984. Il met le joueur aux commandes d'un biplan Sopwith, tentant de bombarder les bâtiments ennemis tout en évitant les avions adverses et les obstacles.

Supercross

Supercross

Publishers: EA Sports

Supercross, sometimes mislabeled as Supercross 2001, is a video game developed by Page 44 Studios and published by EA Sports for the PlayStation in 2000.

Snafu

Snafu

Publishers: Mattel

Snafu is a video game released by Mattel for its Intellivision video game system in 1981. One of a number of snake games released in the late 1970s and early 1980s, Snafu features players controlling ever-lengthening serpents as they attempt to corner their opponents and trap them. A version of Snafu was released for Mattel's short-lived Aquarius personal computer in 1983.

Snake

Snake

Le snake, de l'anglais signifiant « serpent », est un genre de jeu vidéo dans lequel le joueur dirige un serpent qui grandit et constitue ainsi lui-même un obstacle. Bien que le concept tire son origine du jeu vidéo d'arcade Blockade, il n'existe pas de version standard. Son concept simple l'a amené à être porté sur l'ensemble des plates-formes de jeu existantes sous des noms de clone. Le jeu a connu un regain de popularité à partir de 1998 quand Nokia, une entreprise de télécommunications, l'a…

Space Zap

Space Zap

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Bally Midway

Space Zap is a space-themed reflex action arcade game developed by Game-A-Tron and licensed to Bally Midway in 1980. Space Zap shipped in three form factors: mini-myte, cocktail, and standard upright cabinet. An official port of Space Zap for the Bally Astrocade was released in 1981 as Space Fortress.

Sparkle 2 Evo

Sparkle 2 Evo

Platforms: Microsoft Windows,Nintendo Switch,Linux

Publishers: Forever Entertainment

Sparkle 2 Evo (stylized as The Sparkle² evo or Sparkle 2 EVO) is an indie logic-arcade video game. It is the first title in Forever Entertainment's Sparkle series of video games and the predecessor of the 2015 video game Sparkle 3 Genesis.

Symphony (video game)

Symphony (video game)

Platforms: Microsoft Windows,Linux

Publishers: Empty Clip Studios

A mysterious entity is absorbing and corrupting your music before your very eyes. You must battle through your own song collection, discover items, customize your ship and fight bosses to liberate the Symphony of Souls and reclaim your music! Symphony is one of the most music-driven games ever made. In this vertical shooter, re-experience each of your songs as it becomes a unique battlefield driven by intensity and tempo. Your music collection is now an item collection! Each of your songs contai…

Spin Up

Spin Up

Platforms: Apple IOS

Spin Up is an iOS game developed by Nenad Katic and released on March 28, 2012.

Swing Copters

Swing Copters

Platforms: Android,Apple IOS

Publishers: dotGears

Swing Copters is a 2014 arcade video game released for iOS and Android on August 21, 2014. It was developed by Vietnamese video game developer dotGears, best known for Flappy Bird (2013). The player controls a character wearing a helmet with helicopter rotors, and the player changes the direction of the character by tapping the screen.

Sasa

Sasa

Publishers: ASCII

Sasa is an arcade video game released for the MSX1 in 1984 and later for the Family Computer titled as Astro Robo SASA (アストロロボSASA) in 1985. This video game involved obtaining capsules with an 'E' on them, sometimes suspended by balloons. The main character could only use bullets to propel himself, and when the bullet count reaches 0, the game ends. A player can also lose bullets by colliding with an enemy, the other player, or the other player's bullets.

Super Rub 'a' Dub

Super Rub 'a' Dub

Platforms: PlayStation 3

Publishers: Sony Computer Entertainment

Super Rub 'a' Dub est un jeu vidéo d'action-réflexion développé par Sumo Digital et sorti en avril 2007 sur PlayStation 3. Le jeu est uniquement disponible en téléchargement sur le PlayStation Network.

Savage Pond

Savage Pond

Platforms: Commodore 64

Publishers: Argus Press

Savage Pond is an action pond simulation game which was written by Peter Judd for the Acorn Electron and BBC Micro and Gwyll Jones for the 16k versions of the Atari 8-bit family of home computers in 1983 and the Commodore 64 in 1984. It was originally released under the Starcade label and was reissued in 1985 when Argus acquired the Bug-Byte budget label.

Shooty Skies

Shooty Skies

Publishers: Hipster Whale

Shooty Skies is an arcade shooting game created by Hipster Whale and Mighty Games for iOS, Android, Windows, macOS, and Linux. It was released on iOS on September 30, 2015, and on Android on November 6, 2015; it was later released on Windows, macOS, and Linux on March 6, 2018.It is an endless arcade shoot 'em up game that involves shooting all enemies coming up from the screen, including broken TVs, robots and arcade machines. It takes numerous elements from classic arcade games including Galag…

Slightly Magic

Slightly Magic

Platforms: Atari ST,Amiga,Apple Mac,Microsoft Windows,Linux,Amstrad CPC,Commodore 64,Apple IOS

Publishers: Codemasters,Potassium Frog

Slightly Magic is an action-adventure game published in 1991 by Codemasters for the Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum. It was written by Colin Jones, author of Rock Star Ate My Hamster (also by Codemasters).

Steel Storm

Steel Storm

Platforms: Microsoft Windows,Linux

Steel Storm is an independent video game series developed by Kot-in-Action Creative Artel using the free software DarkPlaces engine that were released for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux platforms. The game was added to the Humble Indie Bundle 3 on August 1, 2011. The games are divided into two episodes, with Episode One being available at no charge and Episode Two (titled as Steel Storm: Burning Retribution) being a commercial product. They are top down arcade shooters where players cont…

Space Ark

Space Ark

Platforms: Microsoft Windows

Publishers: Strawdog Studios

Space Ark is a single/multi player arcade video game developed by independent software developer Strawdog Studios for the Microsoft Xbox Live Arcade and PC. The game was announced in May 2009 and it was released on June 16, 2010.

Sky Shadow

Sky Shadow

Publishers: Casady & Greene

Sky Shadow is a 1990 Defender clone for the Mac OS, published by Casady & Greene. It was programmed by Patrick Buckland, author of the classic Mac Game Crystal Quest. In 1994 it was licensed from Casady & Greene by MacSoft and re-released for System 7 on CD-ROM. Sky Shadow is also the companion of Mon-Star in the Silverhawks toy line and fiction.

Superball Arcade

Superball Arcade

Platforms: Microsoft Windows

Publishers: Cheeky Monkey

Superball Arcade is a shareware Arkanoid-like video game for Microsoft Windows first released on May 29, 2003 by Canadian developer Cheeky Monkey Software. The game is a sequel to the 2002 game Atomic Superball: The Chicken Edition.

Sweevo's World

Sweevo's World

Platforms: Amstrad CPC

Publishers: Gargoyle Games

Sweevo's World is an isometric 3D arcade adventure game released by Gargoyle Games in 1986 for the ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC. An enhanced version for the Spectrum 128K was also released, titled Sweevo's Whirled. The game was followed by a sequel, Hydrofool.

Super Thunder Blade

Super Thunder Blade

Platforms: PlayStation 2,Sega Mega Drive,PSP

Publishers: Sega,|designer =

Super Thunder Blade (スーパーサンダーブレード) is a shooter for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis console, developed and published by Sega. It was one of the two launch titles for the console in Japan (the other one being Space Harrier II), as well as being one of the six launch titles for the console for its U.S. launch. It is a follow-up to the 1987 arcade game Thunder Blade. It was released for the Virtual Console on September 17, 2007. It was also included in the Sega Genesis Collection for PlayStation 2 and …