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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.

Snake

Snake

Snake is the common name for a video game concept where the player maneuvers a line which grows in length, with the line itself being a primary obstacle. The concept originated in the 1976 arcade game Blockade, and the ease of implementing Snake has led to hundreds of versions (some of which have the word snake or worm in the title) for many platforms. After a variant was preloaded on Nokia mobile phones in 1998, there was a resurgence of interest in the snake concept as it found a larger audi…

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.

Super Crate Box

Super Crate Box

Platforms: Commodore 64,PS Vita

Super Crate Box est un jeu vidéo indépendant développé par Vlambeer en 2011. Il est disponible en téléchargement sur la plateforme Steam, ou sur le site officiel du jeu. Il est aussi disponible sous iOS depuis le 19 décembre 2012.

Sea Hero Quest

Sea Hero Quest

Sea Hero Quest is a mobile game which contributes to research on dementia. It was designed by British game company Glitchers in 2016 in association with Alzheimer's Research UK, University College London and the University of East Anglia and with funding from Deutsche Telekom. The idea for the game came from neuroscientist Michael Hornberger of the University of East Anglia who collaborated with Hugo Spiers of University College London and a group of six other neuroscientists.The game was design…

Save New York

Save New York

Platforms: Commodore 64

Save New York is shoot 'em up published on cartridge for the Commodore 64 by Creative Software in 1983. The player has to protect New York City from invading aliens. The game takes place on a single static screen with various skyscraper buildings and a subway tunnel running underneath them. At either edge of the screen is an airplane launching pad.

Super Don Quix-ote

Super Don Quix-ote

Super Don Quix-ote (スーパードンキホーテ) is a laserdisc video game released by Universal in 1984. In it, the player controls the knight Don as he attempts to rescue a princess from an evil witch. Super Don Quix-ote is very similar to Dragon's Lair and Space Ace. The major difference that set Super Don Quix-ote apart is an overlaid icon indicating the time and direction of each correct input, whereas all other laserdisc games at the time gave no indication of correct moves, except an occasional "flash" i…

Soft and Cuddly

Soft and Cuddly

Publishers: The Power House

Soft and Cuddly est un jeu d'action-aventure et d'horreur, développé par John George Jones et publié par The Power House sur l'ordinateur ZX Spectrum, en septembre 1987 au Royaume-Uni, puis au début de 1988 en Espagne. Le joueur incarne le rôle d'un homme armé d'un pistolet laser et équipé d'un réacteur dorsal. Sa mère, la Reine Androïde, a été démembrée. Le joueur doit retrouver ses morceaux éparpillées et les réassembler. John George Jones a précédemment développé un autre jeu d'horreur, intit…

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.

Superball Arcade

Superball Arcade

Platforms: Microsoft Windows

Publishers: Cheeky Monkey Software

Superball Arcade is a purchasable shareware computer game for Windows first released on May 29, 2003 by Canadian indie studio 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, 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 PlayStation Po…

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.

Starquake

Starquake

Platforms: Atari ST,Amiga,Microsoft Dos,Amstrad CPC,Commodore 64

Publishers: Bubble Bus Software

Starquake is an action-adventure platform game written by Stephen Crow for the ZX Spectrum and published by Bubble Bus Software in 1985. It was ported to the Commodore 64, MSX, Amstrad CPC, Atari 8-bit family, Tatung Einstein (all 1985), the BBC Micro (1987) and IBM compatibles and Atari ST (both 1988).

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. It was critically acclaimed when originally released, featuring detailed graphics and fast-paced gameplay. It received the top score of five mice from MacUser magazine and was inducted into the MacWorld magazine "Game Hall of Fame".Sky S…

Space Strike

Space Strike

Publishers: Datamost

Space Strike is a 1982 fixed shooter video game for IBM PC compatibles programmed by Michael Abrash and published by Datamost. Space Strike is a clone of Space Invaders.

Snakes

Snakes

Publishers: Nokia

Snakes is an update to the classic Snake game from Nokia.

Stunt Race FX

Stunt Race FX

Platforms: Super Nes

Publishers: Nintendo

Stunt Race FX est un jeu vidéo de course en 3D dans un style dessin animé. Ce jeu vidéo développé et publié par Nintendo pour la Super Nintendo est le second pour lequel on a utilisé la puce Super FX. Codéveloppé avec Argonaut, on le connaît sous le nom Wild Trax (ワイルドトラックス, Wairudo Torakkusu) au Japon. Malgré l'utilisation de la puce Super FX, le jeu n'a pas reçu autant d'attention de la part du public que Star Fox. La seule réédition de ce jeu est sur le Nintendo Switch Online de la Nintendo S…