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Transformers: The Game (demo)
A 3rd person shooter where you, as an autobot, must destroy Decepticons who are trying to take over the world; features sensational 3D graphics, challenging gameplay, multiple camera angles, and more. Requires WinXP or later plus 64MB 3D videocard.
Review/screenshots 699MB

Amanagi v1.45
A 5-stage, side-scrolling space shooter with superb 3D graphics; features lots of powerups, high scores, and more. Requires PII 500MHz CPU, DirectX 8, Windows 98 or later, & hi color graphics.
Review/screenshots 3.19MB

Dart ’m Up
Dartboard game from the Dutch beer manufacturer, Dommelsch Bier, for one or two players; features superb animated graphics, music & sound effects, hall of fame, scores like a real game of darts (doubles, triples, bullseyes, etc), etc. In Dutch but suitable for English players.
Review/screenshots 3.76MB

CosmoCoast
A shooting 3D strategy game where up to 12 countries battle it out, trying to destroy their opponent's apce station; features superb 3D rotatable graphics, auto & manual control of fighters, 5 weapons, and more. Requires DirectX 8 or later and 3D video card.
Review/screenshots 884kB

ZaxxonRR
A retro-remake of the 1982 Sega classic, Zaxxon, an isometric 3D shooter; features extensive customization of graphics mode, color depth, frame rate, etc, optional height map, fullscreen or windowed modes, excellent sound effects, screen capture, and more.
Review/screenshots 536kB

Super Gravity Balls v1.0
Rotate colored blocks in the center of the playfield to match them up with the moving balls (coming from 4 directions) of the same color so they both disappear; features powerups, great music, etc. Requires Pentium 200, 32MB RAM, 8MB video, & hi color graphics.
Review/screenshot 2.25MB

Alien Arena
A multiplayer on-line deathmatch & stand-alone first-person shooter that combines a 1950s-era sci-fi atmosphere with gameplay similar to Quake; features over 60 levels, 9 weapons, 6 player characters, mutaters, 6 game modes, IRC client, and more.
Review/screenshots 263MB

Abuse v2.00
A Science Fiction action/shooting platform game where you must kill mutants infected with a virus and prevent the virus from spreading; features 22 levels (including walkthru), local or network gameplay, lots of powerups & puzzles, and more. Requires DirectX 7.0 or later.
Review/screenshots 2.83MB

Sir Fred: El Remake
A classic arcade-adventure game where you, as Sir Fred, must save the king's daughter from Castle Feare, the stronghold of the evil Baron Hugh D'Unwyt; features superb graphics, detailed storyline, challenging time-based gameplay, and more.
Review/screenshots 9.11MB

Idinaloq
A Galga/Silpheed-style 3D space shooter in the Japanese tradition where you choose to play one of 4 (female!) pilots, each with different weapons & attributes. Requires Win95 or 98 only, 233MHz MMX CPU, 4MB Direct3D videocard, & DirectX 6.1 runtime or better.
Info/screenshots 20.4MB

AirWolf: Apache On Deadly Grounds
A scrolling helicopter shooter game set in the jungle where you try to survive and shoot as many Apache Helicopters as you can in the process, the higher the score the more your ammo builds up. A sequel to AirWolf: Apache Attack (see below).
Review/screenshot 3.16MB


The Jetsons in Mealtime Malfunction
In the Jetson’s space-age kitchen the push button food processor has gone berserk so you must use Rosie the robot to block the flying food and prevent little Elroy from getting splattered.
Review/screenshot 2.28MB

Q-Bix v1.7
A 3D Rubik’s Cube puzzle; features a choice of 4 or 9 panels per side (a 2x2x2 cube or a 3x3x3 cube), optional arrow guides indicate direction of twist, 3 “save” slots, preset the number of twists to mix up the puzzle, and more. Requires 200+MHz CPU & 24-bit color.
Review/screenshots 1.10MB

Liquid Crystals Puzzle
Reassemble the smashed crystal pieces in this spatially-challenging game for all ages; features 38 levels (each with 7 disassembled pieces), superb graphics, challenging gameplay against the clock, save game, and more. Requires Windows 98 or later.
Review/screenshot 882kB

Ahriman's Prophecy
A light-hearted adventure game (RPG) set in a medieval fantasy world that is doomed to be destroyed by the demon, Ahriman; features over 50 hours of play, more than 40 guests, many side quests, and more. Requires DirectX 5.0+, Pentium II with 256MB RAM.
Review/screenshots 9.93MB

Wodan: The Trial
A turn-based strategy game where you must protect your land with soldiers & castles, and conquer your enemy’s territory; features multiplayer capability (1 to 8 players), optional TCP/IP network play, auto-move function, and more. Requires DirectX 5 & HTML Help.
Review/screenshots 276kB

Hot 3D Lines
A 'Lines' puzzle game where you must line up balls of the same color to make them disappear; features excellent 3D animated graphics, 2 game modes, 4 skill levels, a choice of 3 ball skins, and more. Requires a PII CPU, 64MB RAM, 3D accelerator card & DirectX 8.0.
Review/screenshot 1.72MB

X-Hex (demo)
A unique playable game demo involving strategy, action, thinking and fire power; features 7 different weapons, four players can play at once (computer or human), 4 backgrounds, 5 built-in boards, and more. Requires DirectX 7.1, P400, 64MB RAM & 8MB 3D video card.
Review/screenshots 10.8MB

Pool ’m Up
Pool game from the Dutch beer manufacturer, Dommelsch Bier, for one or two players; features superb animated graphics, music & sound effects, hall of fame, scores like a real game of pool, etc. In Dutch but suitable for English speaking players.
Review/screenshot 2.73MB

Maxeed Attack v2.0
A high tech space shooter in the style of Space Invaders which becomes increasingly difficult as you get further into the game; features superb ray-traced graphics, excellent sound effects, lots of powerups, high tech opposition, etc.
Review/screenshot 2.07MB

Guitar Lord
An RPG (in 3D) where you are the hottest lead guitarist in a local band but your Mom sells your guitar at a garage sale the day of your biggest gig so you must get a new guitar for the show. Requires P250 CPU, DirectX 7, 4MB 3D graphics card, sound card.
Review/screenshots 16.1MB

Cool Slider
Similar to “Bubble Puzzle”, you shoot sticky colored objects at the ceiling, matching four of the same to have them explode; features vivid colors with excellent animation & graphics, intensive music, many levels, and more. Requires DirectX 6 or later.
Review/screenshot 3.13MB

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