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ScubaVenture: The Search for Pirate's Treasure

ScubaVenture: The Search for Pirate's Treasure

Genre: Action

Publishers: Softdisk

ScubaVenture: The Search for Pirate's Treasure is a 1993 action video game. The game was developed by Apogee on contract for Softdisk in 1991, and was marketed as a Softdisk game; Apogee developed the title on behalf of id Software (being the final game they owed Softdisk), in order to let them focus on developing Wolfenstein 3D (1992).

Super Cars II

Super Cars II

Genre: Sport

Publishers: Gremlin Graphics

Super Cars II est un jeu de voiture en vue de dessus, développé par Magnetic Fields, et édité par Gremlin Graphics Software Ltd.. Le jeu fut disponible sur Amiga et Atari ST. Il marque la suite du jeu Super Cars sorti en 1990. En 1996, une suite Supercars International pour DOS a été publié par The Hit Squad et était identique à Super Cars II, avec quelques progrès et mise à jour. Ce jeu a sa place dans le retrogaming.

Slordax: The Unknown Enemy

Slordax: The Unknown Enemy

Genre: Tir

Publishers: Softdisk

Slordax: The Unknown Enemy is a vertical scrolling shooter developed and published by Softdisk in 1991. The developers of the game left to found id Software soon after its creation, and Slordax was also marketed by Softdisk as part of "The Lost Game Collection of ID Software" along with several games created by id on contract for Softdisk.

Star Saga

Star Saga

Genre: Aventure, Jeu de rôle

Publishers: Masterplay Publishing

Star Saga is a series of floppy-based video games which combine a computerized game arbiter with hefty sections of printed text. Released in an era before the availability of the CD-ROM format, the titles make up for the limited storage available at the time by using print to attempt to tell a rich story. In essence, the designers endeavored to blend aspects of paper gamebooks with the complexity of a role-playing video game. Versions of the games were released for MS-DOS and for the Apple II …

Secret Weapons of the Luftwaffe

Secret Weapons of the Luftwaffe

Genre: Action, Avions, Simulation

Publishers: Lucasfilm Games

Secret Weapons of the Luftwaffe est un jeu vidéo de combat aérien développé et édité par Lucasfilm Games, sorti en 1991 sur DOS.

Shattered Steel

Shattered Steel

Genre: Simulation

Publishers: Interplay Productions

Shattered Steel est un jeu vidéo de simulation de mecha développé par BioWare et publié par Interplay le 30 septembre 1996. Le jeu se déroule en 2132 dans un univers de science-fiction dans lequel deux factions s’affrontent dans une course à la colonisation de l’espace. Le joueur incarne un mercenaire aux commandes d’un mecha, envoyé sur une lointaine planète par une société minière. Lors de sa mission, il est confronté à de nombreuses créatures mécaniques qu’il doit combattre à l’aide des arm…

Star Goose

Star Goose

Genre: Tir

Publishers: Logotron

Star Goose (sometimes stylized as Stargoose) is a vertically scrolling shooter that was published for the Amiga, Atari ST, and MS-DOS by Logotron in 1988. The player controls Scouser-Gitt, who pilots the eponymous Star Goose, a vessel that has been commissioned to scour the planet Nom and collect 48 crystals. Players must collect all six crystals in each of the game's eight levels to advance, while at the same time avoiding or destroying enemies and maintaining their shield, ammunition, and fue…

Ski or Die

Ski or Die

Genre: Sport

Publishers: Electronic Arts,Ultra Games

Ski or Die est un jeu vidéo de sport d'hiver multi-épreuves développé et édité par Electronic Arts en 1990 sur Commodore 64, Amiga et DOS. Le jeu a aussi été édité par Ultra Software sur NES.

Street Rod 2

Street Rod 2

Genre: Course

Publishers: California Dreams

Street Rod 2 is a sequel to Street Rod developed by P.Z.Karen Co. Development Group and Logical Design Works, based on an original concept by Magic Partners and published by California Dreams for Amiga and MS-DOS. Street Rod 2 exclusively featured American Muscle Cars, specifically those from GM, Ford, and Chrysler. In December 2012, MK Consultancy, from the Netherlands, acquired the copyright ownership of the Street Rod games and re-released Street Rod 2, as well as the original game and an upd…

Simon the Sorcerer

Simon the Sorcerer

Genre: Aventure, Musique

Publishers: Adventure Soft

Simon the Sorcerer est un jeu vidéo d'aventure en pointer-et-cliquer développé et édité par Adventure Soft, sorti en 1993 sur DOS, Windows, Acorn Archimedes, Amiga et Amiga CD32. Bien plus tard, le jeu est porté sur iOS en 2009 et Android en 2013.

Super 3D Noah's Ark

Super 3D Noah's Ark

Genre: Première personne, Tir

Publishers: Wisdom Tree,|Piko Interactive

Super 3D Noah's Ark est un jeu vidéo de tir à la première personne sorti en 1994 sur Super Nintendo et DOS. Il a été développé et édite par Wisdom Tree. Sur le Super Nintendo, il était connu sous le nom de Super Noah's Ark 3D. Ce jeu est la seule cartouche non officielle pour Super Nintendo qui ait été vendue commercialement. Pour jouer au jeu sur Super Nintendo, il faut connecter une cartouche sur le haut de celle-ci pour donner l'impression au système que c'est un jeu original (sur le principe…

Superhero League of Hoboken

Superhero League of Hoboken

Genre: Jeu de rôle

Publishers: Legend Entertainment

Superhero League of Hoboken est un jeu vidéo de rôle développé et édité par Legend Entertainment, sorti en 1994 sur DOS.

Stardust

Stardust

Genre: Shoot 'em up

Publishers: U.S. Gold

Stardust is a top-scrolling shoot 'em up developed by Spanish studio Topo Soft and released in the UK by Kixx in 1987 for the ZX Spectrum. The full version was included on a Sinclair User covertape in 1991. It was also released for Amstrad CPC, DOS, and MSX. The title screen included music composed by Pablo Toledo. The same music was later re-used for the game Bronx.

Space Dude

Space Dude

Genre: Stratégie

Publishers: FormGen

Space Dude is a video game developed by Evryware and published by FormGen for MS-DOS computers in 1996.

The Terminator: SkyNET

The Terminator: SkyNET

Genre: Première personne, Tir

Publishers: Bethesda Softworks

The Terminator: SkyNET (simplement SkyNET aux États-Unis) est un jeu vidéo développé et édité par Bethesda Softworks. Il est la suite du jeu vidéo The Terminator: Future Shock dont il reprend la plupart des éléments de jeu. Il est possible de jouer aux niveaux de The Terminator: Future Shock dans SkyNET en bénéficiant des améliorations graphiques de ce dernier.

S.D.I.

S.D.I.

Genre: Action, Aventure

Publishers: Cinemaware

S.D.I. (Strategic Defense Initiative) is a 1986 action adventure computer game developed and published by Cinemaware. The game is set during the Cold War.

Space Pirates

Space Pirates

Genre: Action, Tir

Publishers: American Laser Games

Space Pirates is a live-action LaserDisc video game, released by American Laser Games for the arcade in 1992 and ported to MS-DOS computers in 1994 and the 3DO Interactive Multiplayer in 1995. The game was re-released for several platforms by Digital Leisure around 2003, with updated sound and video, among other American Laser Games titles.

Shellshock

Shellshock

Genre: Action, Combat, Première personne, Tir, Simulation

Shellshock is a video game developed by Core Design and published by US Gold for Sega Saturn and PlayStation, first released in 1995.

Steg

Steg

Genre: Plate-forme, Puzzle

Publishers: Codemasters

Steg, also known as Steg the Slug, is a platform and puzzle video game. Steg was developed by Big Red Software and published by Codemasters in 1992 on a number of 8-bit and 16-bit computers. Players control the titular slug who must traverse caverns in order to capture maggots in bubbles, then guide them to his starving young who wait in a nest.

Spot: The Video Game

Spot: The Video Game

Genre: Stratégie

Publishers: Virgin MastertronicArcadia Systems

Spot: The Video Game is a video game developed and produced by Virgin Mastertronic in 1990/1991 for the Amiga, Atari ST, MS-DOS computers, Game Boy and NES. It is the first video game to feature the then current 7 Up mascot "Spot", and was later followed up by platformers Cool Spot and Spot Goes To Hollywood.