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Hyper Sports

Hyper Sports

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An early sports game from Konami, this was released on a variety of platforms in 1984.

Developer : Konami Corporation Franchise : Track & Field Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Arcade | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000
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Gremlins: The Adventure

Gremlins: The Adventure

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Gremlins: The Adventure is a text adventure games based on the film "Gremlins". It takes place in one house, in which there are many gremlins that the player must eliminate.

Developer : Franchise : Gremlins Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Helter Skelter

Helter Skelter

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no description

Developer : The Assembly Line Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
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Gyroscope

Gyroscope

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Gyroscope is a Marble Madness clone where the players take control of a gyroscope as opposed to a marble. It is presented in a 3D isometric perspective and has similar hazards as seen in Marble Madness.

Developer : Catalyst Coders Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Mega-Apocalypse

Mega-Apocalypse

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Mega-Apocalypse is a single-screen shooter that was released for 8-bit computers. A sequel to Crazy Comets, itself heavily "inspired" by Atari's Mad Planets, Mega-Apocalypse asked one thing of its players. Wholesale planetary destruction.

Developer : Martech Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Confuzion

Confuzion

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Confuzion is a puzzle game.

Developer : Incentive Software Ltd. Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Thrust

Thrust

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Arcade style game developed by Jeremy Smith and released in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | Vectrex | BBC Micro
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Q*Bert

Q*Bert

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Q*Bert is one of the many popular retro 70's games released for systems like the dreamcast and the Playstation.

Developer : Pipe Dream Interactive | Artech Studios | Gottlieb | Konami Corporation Franchise : Q*Bert Platform : PlayStation | Dreamcast | Game Boy Color | PC | Commodore 64 | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Odyssey 2 | Atari 5200 | Arcade | PlayStation Network (PS3) | iPhone | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000 | MSX
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Wizadore

Wizadore

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A fantasy themed side-scrolling platformer.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Space Pilot

Space Pilot

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This 1983 Commodore 64 release was an accurate, but unlicensed clone of Konami's arcade classic, Time Pilot.

Developer : Superior Software Franchise : Space Pilot Platform : Commodore 64 | BBC Micro
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Pipeline

Pipeline

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A game for the BBC Micro.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : PC | BBC Micro
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Superman: Man Of Steel

Superman: Man Of Steel

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In the PC only Man of Steel, Players control Superman through 7 levels of 3D flying, overhead vertical scrolling and sidescrolling secitons.

Developer : Tynesoft Computer Software Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Apple II | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
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Ravenskull

Ravenskull

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Ravenskull is a fantasy graphic adventure game released by Superior Software for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Adventureland

Adventureland

39 years old - 31 Dec 1978

Adventureland was the first text adventure game released for home computers. It is also the first work by Scott Adams.

Developer : Adventure International Franchise : Platform : Apple II | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | TI-99/4A | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | NEC PC-8801 | BBC Micro | NEC PC-9801
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Lunar Rescue

Lunar Rescue

38 years old - 30 Sep 1979

This 1979 Taito arcade game challenged the player to set down on a narrow landing pad at the bottom of the screen, rescue a stranded astronaut, and return to the mothership at the top of the screen. Meteors and hostile aliens added considerably to the challenge.

Developer : Taito Corporation Franchise : Platform : Arcade | BBC Micro
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Centipede

Centipede

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

Centipede is a vertical shooter in which you must destroy centipedes and other bugs before they reach the bottom of the screen and destroy you.

Developer : Superior Software | Accolade, Inc. | Handheld Games | Atari | The Code Monkeys Ltd. | Leaping Lizard Software, Inc. | Mondo Media | Westlake Interactive Franchise : Centipede Platform : Game Boy | Game Boy Advance | Apple II | Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Atari 5200 | Atari 7800 | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | Mac | PlayStation | Dreamcast
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Asteroids Deluxe

Asteroids Deluxe

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

The sequel to the hit arcade game, Asteroids, it was released in 1980 by Atari. Just as in its predecessor, players are tasked with destroying the dangerous space rocks in an asteroid field without crashing into any or being shot down by malevolent UFOs.

Developer : Paradox Software Franchise : Asteroids Platform : Atari ST | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone
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Gorf

Gorf

36 years old - 28 Feb 1981

Gorf is a multi-mission fixed shooter featuring five screens. Each of these five missions has its own distinct enemies and rules of play.

Developer : Nutting Associates Franchise : Platform : Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | Atari 5200 | Arcade | BBC Micro
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Frogger

Frogger

36 years old - 30 Jun 1981

Frogger is a classic arcade game with a simple objective: safely maneuver your frog across a busy highway and a deadly river without getting squished!

Developer : Konami Corporation | Guerrilla Cambridge Franchise : Frogger Platform : Game Boy | Genesis | Super Nintendo Entertainment System | Apple II | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Odyssey 2 | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | Atari 5200 | TRS-80 CoCo | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | iPhone | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | PlayStation | PC
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Welcome

Welcome

36 years old - 30 Sep 1981

Welcome is an introductory mini-game collection and software sampler that was included as standard with the BBC Microcomputer. It features a bat-and-ball game, a pattern generator and a biorhythms program.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Castle of Riddles

Castle of Riddles

35 years old - 31 Mar 1982

Castle of Riddles is a text-adventure game, first released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It was primarily written and designed by Peter Killworth.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro | Acorn Archimedes
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Arcadians

Arcadians

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Arcadians is a shoot 'em up developed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released by Acornsoft in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's Galaxian.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Cube Master

Cube Master

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Cube Master is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released in 1982. In it you must solve a virtual Rubik's Cube.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Sliding-Block Puzzles

Sliding-Block Puzzles

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Sliding-Block Puzzles is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro, released by Acornsoft in 1982. The game is a sliding puzzle with six different pictures.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Countdown to Doom

Countdown to Doom

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Countdown to Doom is a text-adventure, designed and written by Peter Killworth, originally for the BBC Micro. It is the first in Killworth's "Doom" trilogy.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : Atari ST | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
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Snapper

Snapper

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Snapper is an puzzle maze game released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's arcade classic, Pac-Man.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Firien Wood

Firien Wood

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A text-based adventure game by MP Soft. It was released in 1982 for the BBC Micro.

Developer : MP Soft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Maze

Maze

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A first-person maze game where players are attempting to steal secret information from a rival company.

Developer : Apple Inc. | Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : iPod | BBC Micro
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Starship Command

Starship Command

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Starship Command is a spacefaring video game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. It is reminiscent of games such as Elite and Star Raiders.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Hopper

Hopper

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Hopper is an arcade-style puzzle game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. Functionally, it is a gameplay clone of Frogger or Freeway.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Hyper Sports

Hyper Sports

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An early sports game from Konami, this was released on a variety of platforms in 1984.

Developer : Konami Corporation Franchise : Track & Field Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Arcade | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000
More Share
Gremlins: The Adventure

Gremlins: The Adventure

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Gremlins: The Adventure is a text adventure games based on the film "Gremlins". It takes place in one house, in which there are many gremlins that the player must eliminate.

Developer : Franchise : Gremlins Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Helter Skelter

Helter Skelter

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no description

Developer : The Assembly Line Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
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Gyroscope

Gyroscope

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Gyroscope is a Marble Madness clone where the players take control of a gyroscope as opposed to a marble. It is presented in a 3D isometric perspective and has similar hazards as seen in Marble Madness.

Developer : Catalyst Coders Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Mega-Apocalypse

Mega-Apocalypse

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Mega-Apocalypse is a single-screen shooter that was released for 8-bit computers. A sequel to Crazy Comets, itself heavily "inspired" by Atari's Mad Planets, Mega-Apocalypse asked one thing of its players. Wholesale planetary destruction.

Developer : Martech Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Confuzion

Confuzion

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Confuzion is a puzzle game.

Developer : Incentive Software Ltd. Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Thrust

Thrust

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Arcade style game developed by Jeremy Smith and released in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | Vectrex | BBC Micro
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Q*Bert

Q*Bert

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Q*Bert is one of the many popular retro 70's games released for systems like the dreamcast and the Playstation.

Developer : Pipe Dream Interactive | Artech Studios | Gottlieb | Konami Corporation Franchise : Q*Bert Platform : PlayStation | Dreamcast | Game Boy Color | PC | Commodore 64 | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Odyssey 2 | Atari 5200 | Arcade | PlayStation Network (PS3) | iPhone | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000 | MSX
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Wizadore

Wizadore

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A fantasy themed side-scrolling platformer.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Space Pilot

Space Pilot

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This 1983 Commodore 64 release was an accurate, but unlicensed clone of Konami's arcade classic, Time Pilot.

Developer : Superior Software Franchise : Space Pilot Platform : Commodore 64 | BBC Micro
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Pipeline

Pipeline

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A game for the BBC Micro.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : PC | BBC Micro
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Superman: Man Of Steel

Superman: Man Of Steel

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In the PC only Man of Steel, Players control Superman through 7 levels of 3D flying, overhead vertical scrolling and sidescrolling secitons.

Developer : Tynesoft Computer Software Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Apple II | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
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Ravenskull

Ravenskull

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Ravenskull is a fantasy graphic adventure game released by Superior Software for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Adventureland

Adventureland

39 years old - 31 Dec 1978

Adventureland was the first text adventure game released for home computers. It is also the first work by Scott Adams.

Developer : Adventure International Franchise : Platform : Apple II | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | TI-99/4A | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | NEC PC-8801 | BBC Micro | NEC PC-9801
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Lunar Rescue

Lunar Rescue

38 years old - 30 Sep 1979

This 1979 Taito arcade game challenged the player to set down on a narrow landing pad at the bottom of the screen, rescue a stranded astronaut, and return to the mothership at the top of the screen. Meteors and hostile aliens added considerably to the challenge.

Developer : Taito Corporation Franchise : Platform : Arcade | BBC Micro
More Share
Centipede

Centipede

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

Centipede is a vertical shooter in which you must destroy centipedes and other bugs before they reach the bottom of the screen and destroy you.

Developer : Superior Software | Accolade, Inc. | Handheld Games | Atari | The Code Monkeys Ltd. | Leaping Lizard Software, Inc. | Mondo Media | Westlake Interactive Franchise : Centipede Platform : Game Boy | Game Boy Advance | Apple II | Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Atari 5200 | Atari 7800 | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | Mac | PlayStation | Dreamcast
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Asteroids Deluxe

Asteroids Deluxe

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

The sequel to the hit arcade game, Asteroids, it was released in 1980 by Atari. Just as in its predecessor, players are tasked with destroying the dangerous space rocks in an asteroid field without crashing into any or being shot down by malevolent UFOs.

Developer : Paradox Software Franchise : Asteroids Platform : Atari ST | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone
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Gorf

Gorf

36 years old - 28 Feb 1981

Gorf is a multi-mission fixed shooter featuring five screens. Each of these five missions has its own distinct enemies and rules of play.

Developer : Nutting Associates Franchise : Platform : Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | Atari 5200 | Arcade | BBC Micro
More Share
Frogger

Frogger

36 years old - 30 Jun 1981

Frogger is a classic arcade game with a simple objective: safely maneuver your frog across a busy highway and a deadly river without getting squished!

Developer : Konami Corporation | Guerrilla Cambridge Franchise : Frogger Platform : Game Boy | Genesis | Super Nintendo Entertainment System | Apple II | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Odyssey 2 | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | Atari 5200 | TRS-80 CoCo | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | iPhone | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | PlayStation | PC
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Welcome

Welcome

36 years old - 30 Sep 1981

Welcome is an introductory mini-game collection and software sampler that was included as standard with the BBC Microcomputer. It features a bat-and-ball game, a pattern generator and a biorhythms program.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Castle of Riddles

Castle of Riddles

35 years old - 31 Mar 1982

Castle of Riddles is a text-adventure game, first released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It was primarily written and designed by Peter Killworth.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro | Acorn Archimedes
More Share
Arcadians

Arcadians

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Arcadians is a shoot 'em up developed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released by Acornsoft in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's Galaxian.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Cube Master

Cube Master

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Cube Master is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released in 1982. In it you must solve a virtual Rubik's Cube.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Sliding-Block Puzzles

Sliding-Block Puzzles

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Sliding-Block Puzzles is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro, released by Acornsoft in 1982. The game is a sliding puzzle with six different pictures.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Countdown to Doom

Countdown to Doom

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Countdown to Doom is a text-adventure, designed and written by Peter Killworth, originally for the BBC Micro. It is the first in Killworth's "Doom" trilogy.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : Atari ST | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Snapper

Snapper

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Snapper is an puzzle maze game released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's arcade classic, Pac-Man.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Firien Wood

Firien Wood

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A text-based adventure game by MP Soft. It was released in 1982 for the BBC Micro.

Developer : MP Soft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Maze

Maze

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A first-person maze game where players are attempting to steal secret information from a rival company.

Developer : Apple Inc. | Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : iPod | BBC Micro
More Share
Starship Command

Starship Command

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Starship Command is a spacefaring video game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. It is reminiscent of games such as Elite and Star Raiders.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Hopper

Hopper

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Hopper is an arcade-style puzzle game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. Functionally, it is a gameplay clone of Frogger or Freeway.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Hyper Sports

Hyper Sports

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An early sports game from Konami, this was released on a variety of platforms in 1984.

Developer : Konami Corporation Franchise : Track & Field Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Arcade | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000
More Share
Gremlins: The Adventure

Gremlins: The Adventure

-

Gremlins: The Adventure is a text adventure games based on the film "Gremlins". It takes place in one house, in which there are many gremlins that the player must eliminate.

Developer : Franchise : Gremlins Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Helter Skelter

Helter Skelter

-

no description

Developer : The Assembly Line Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Gyroscope

Gyroscope

-

Gyroscope is a Marble Madness clone where the players take control of a gyroscope as opposed to a marble. It is presented in a 3D isometric perspective and has similar hazards as seen in Marble Madness.

Developer : Catalyst Coders Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Mega-Apocalypse

Mega-Apocalypse

-

Mega-Apocalypse is a single-screen shooter that was released for 8-bit computers. A sequel to Crazy Comets, itself heavily "inspired" by Atari's Mad Planets, Mega-Apocalypse asked one thing of its players. Wholesale planetary destruction.

Developer : Martech Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Confuzion

Confuzion

-

Confuzion is a puzzle game.

Developer : Incentive Software Ltd. Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Thrust

Thrust

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Arcade style game developed by Jeremy Smith and released in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | Vectrex | BBC Micro
More Share
Q*Bert

Q*Bert

-

Q*Bert is one of the many popular retro 70's games released for systems like the dreamcast and the Playstation.

Developer : Pipe Dream Interactive | Artech Studios | Gottlieb | Konami Corporation Franchise : Q*Bert Platform : PlayStation | Dreamcast | Game Boy Color | PC | Commodore 64 | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Odyssey 2 | Atari 5200 | Arcade | PlayStation Network (PS3) | iPhone | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000 | MSX
More Share
Wizadore

Wizadore

-

A fantasy themed side-scrolling platformer.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Space Pilot

Space Pilot

-

This 1983 Commodore 64 release was an accurate, but unlicensed clone of Konami's arcade classic, Time Pilot.

Developer : Superior Software Franchise : Space Pilot Platform : Commodore 64 | BBC Micro
More Share
Pipeline

Pipeline

-

A game for the BBC Micro.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Superman: Man Of Steel

Superman: Man Of Steel

-

In the PC only Man of Steel, Players control Superman through 7 levels of 3D flying, overhead vertical scrolling and sidescrolling secitons.

Developer : Tynesoft Computer Software Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Apple II | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Ravenskull

Ravenskull

-

Ravenskull is a fantasy graphic adventure game released by Superior Software for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Adventureland

Adventureland

39 years old - 31 Dec 1978

Adventureland was the first text adventure game released for home computers. It is also the first work by Scott Adams.

Developer : Adventure International Franchise : Platform : Apple II | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | TI-99/4A | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | NEC PC-8801 | BBC Micro | NEC PC-9801
More Share
Lunar Rescue

Lunar Rescue

38 years old - 30 Sep 1979

This 1979 Taito arcade game challenged the player to set down on a narrow landing pad at the bottom of the screen, rescue a stranded astronaut, and return to the mothership at the top of the screen. Meteors and hostile aliens added considerably to the challenge.

Developer : Taito Corporation Franchise : Platform : Arcade | BBC Micro
More Share
Centipede

Centipede

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

Centipede is a vertical shooter in which you must destroy centipedes and other bugs before they reach the bottom of the screen and destroy you.

Developer : Superior Software | Accolade, Inc. | Handheld Games | Atari | The Code Monkeys Ltd. | Leaping Lizard Software, Inc. | Mondo Media | Westlake Interactive Franchise : Centipede Platform : Game Boy | Game Boy Advance | Apple II | Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Atari 5200 | Atari 7800 | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | Mac | PlayStation | Dreamcast
More Share
Asteroids Deluxe

Asteroids Deluxe

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

The sequel to the hit arcade game, Asteroids, it was released in 1980 by Atari. Just as in its predecessor, players are tasked with destroying the dangerous space rocks in an asteroid field without crashing into any or being shot down by malevolent UFOs.

Developer : Paradox Software Franchise : Asteroids Platform : Atari ST | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone
More Share
Gorf

Gorf

36 years old - 28 Feb 1981

Gorf is a multi-mission fixed shooter featuring five screens. Each of these five missions has its own distinct enemies and rules of play.

Developer : Nutting Associates Franchise : Platform : Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | Atari 5200 | Arcade | BBC Micro
More Share
Frogger

Frogger

36 years old - 30 Jun 1981

Frogger is a classic arcade game with a simple objective: safely maneuver your frog across a busy highway and a deadly river without getting squished!

Developer : Konami Corporation | Guerrilla Cambridge Franchise : Frogger Platform : Game Boy | Genesis | Super Nintendo Entertainment System | Apple II | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Odyssey 2 | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | Atari 5200 | TRS-80 CoCo | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | iPhone | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | PlayStation | PC
More Share
Welcome

Welcome

36 years old - 30 Sep 1981

Welcome is an introductory mini-game collection and software sampler that was included as standard with the BBC Microcomputer. It features a bat-and-ball game, a pattern generator and a biorhythms program.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Castle of Riddles

Castle of Riddles

35 years old - 31 Mar 1982

Castle of Riddles is a text-adventure game, first released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It was primarily written and designed by Peter Killworth.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro | Acorn Archimedes
More Share
Arcadians

Arcadians

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Arcadians is a shoot 'em up developed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released by Acornsoft in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's Galaxian.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Cube Master

Cube Master

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Cube Master is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released in 1982. In it you must solve a virtual Rubik's Cube.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Sliding-Block Puzzles

Sliding-Block Puzzles

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Sliding-Block Puzzles is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro, released by Acornsoft in 1982. The game is a sliding puzzle with six different pictures.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Countdown to Doom

Countdown to Doom

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Countdown to Doom is a text-adventure, designed and written by Peter Killworth, originally for the BBC Micro. It is the first in Killworth's "Doom" trilogy.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : Atari ST | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Snapper

Snapper

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Snapper is an puzzle maze game released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's arcade classic, Pac-Man.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Firien Wood

Firien Wood

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A text-based adventure game by MP Soft. It was released in 1982 for the BBC Micro.

Developer : MP Soft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Maze

Maze

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A first-person maze game where players are attempting to steal secret information from a rival company.

Developer : Apple Inc. | Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : iPod | BBC Micro
More Share
Starship Command

Starship Command

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Starship Command is a spacefaring video game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. It is reminiscent of games such as Elite and Star Raiders.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Hopper

Hopper

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Hopper is an arcade-style puzzle game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. Functionally, it is a gameplay clone of Frogger or Freeway.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Hyper Sports

Hyper Sports

-

An early sports game from Konami, this was released on a variety of platforms in 1984.

Developer : Konami Corporation Franchise : Track & Field Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Arcade | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000
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Gremlins: The Adventure

Gremlins: The Adventure

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Gremlins: The Adventure is a text adventure games based on the film "Gremlins". It takes place in one house, in which there are many gremlins that the player must eliminate.

Developer : Franchise : Gremlins Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Helter Skelter

Helter Skelter

-

no description

Developer : The Assembly Line Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
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Gyroscope

Gyroscope

-

Gyroscope is a Marble Madness clone where the players take control of a gyroscope as opposed to a marble. It is presented in a 3D isometric perspective and has similar hazards as seen in Marble Madness.

Developer : Catalyst Coders Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Mega-Apocalypse

Mega-Apocalypse

-

Mega-Apocalypse is a single-screen shooter that was released for 8-bit computers. A sequel to Crazy Comets, itself heavily "inspired" by Atari's Mad Planets, Mega-Apocalypse asked one thing of its players. Wholesale planetary destruction.

Developer : Martech Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Confuzion

Confuzion

-

Confuzion is a puzzle game.

Developer : Incentive Software Ltd. Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Thrust

Thrust

-

Arcade style game developed by Jeremy Smith and released in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | Vectrex | BBC Micro
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Q*Bert

Q*Bert

-

Q*Bert is one of the many popular retro 70's games released for systems like the dreamcast and the Playstation.

Developer : Pipe Dream Interactive | Artech Studios | Gottlieb | Konami Corporation Franchise : Q*Bert Platform : PlayStation | Dreamcast | Game Boy Color | PC | Commodore 64 | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Odyssey 2 | Atari 5200 | Arcade | PlayStation Network (PS3) | iPhone | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000 | MSX
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Wizadore

Wizadore

-

A fantasy themed side-scrolling platformer.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Space Pilot

Space Pilot

-

This 1983 Commodore 64 release was an accurate, but unlicensed clone of Konami's arcade classic, Time Pilot.

Developer : Superior Software Franchise : Space Pilot Platform : Commodore 64 | BBC Micro
More Share
Pipeline

Pipeline

-

A game for the BBC Micro.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Superman: Man Of Steel

Superman: Man Of Steel

-

In the PC only Man of Steel, Players control Superman through 7 levels of 3D flying, overhead vertical scrolling and sidescrolling secitons.

Developer : Tynesoft Computer Software Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Apple II | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
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Ravenskull

Ravenskull

-

Ravenskull is a fantasy graphic adventure game released by Superior Software for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Adventureland

Adventureland

39 years old - 31 Dec 1978

Adventureland was the first text adventure game released for home computers. It is also the first work by Scott Adams.

Developer : Adventure International Franchise : Platform : Apple II | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | TI-99/4A | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | NEC PC-8801 | BBC Micro | NEC PC-9801
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Lunar Rescue

Lunar Rescue

38 years old - 30 Sep 1979

This 1979 Taito arcade game challenged the player to set down on a narrow landing pad at the bottom of the screen, rescue a stranded astronaut, and return to the mothership at the top of the screen. Meteors and hostile aliens added considerably to the challenge.

Developer : Taito Corporation Franchise : Platform : Arcade | BBC Micro
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Centipede

Centipede

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

Centipede is a vertical shooter in which you must destroy centipedes and other bugs before they reach the bottom of the screen and destroy you.

Developer : Superior Software | Accolade, Inc. | Handheld Games | Atari | The Code Monkeys Ltd. | Leaping Lizard Software, Inc. | Mondo Media | Westlake Interactive Franchise : Centipede Platform : Game Boy | Game Boy Advance | Apple II | Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Atari 5200 | Atari 7800 | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | Mac | PlayStation | Dreamcast
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Asteroids Deluxe

Asteroids Deluxe

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

The sequel to the hit arcade game, Asteroids, it was released in 1980 by Atari. Just as in its predecessor, players are tasked with destroying the dangerous space rocks in an asteroid field without crashing into any or being shot down by malevolent UFOs.

Developer : Paradox Software Franchise : Asteroids Platform : Atari ST | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone
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Gorf

Gorf

36 years old - 28 Feb 1981

Gorf is a multi-mission fixed shooter featuring five screens. Each of these five missions has its own distinct enemies and rules of play.

Developer : Nutting Associates Franchise : Platform : Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | Atari 5200 | Arcade | BBC Micro
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Frogger

Frogger

36 years old - 30 Jun 1981

Frogger is a classic arcade game with a simple objective: safely maneuver your frog across a busy highway and a deadly river without getting squished!

Developer : Konami Corporation | Guerrilla Cambridge Franchise : Frogger Platform : Game Boy | Genesis | Super Nintendo Entertainment System | Apple II | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Odyssey 2 | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | Atari 5200 | TRS-80 CoCo | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | iPhone | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | PlayStation | PC
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Welcome

Welcome

36 years old - 30 Sep 1981

Welcome is an introductory mini-game collection and software sampler that was included as standard with the BBC Microcomputer. It features a bat-and-ball game, a pattern generator and a biorhythms program.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Castle of Riddles

Castle of Riddles

35 years old - 31 Mar 1982

Castle of Riddles is a text-adventure game, first released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It was primarily written and designed by Peter Killworth.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro | Acorn Archimedes
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Arcadians

Arcadians

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Arcadians is a shoot 'em up developed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released by Acornsoft in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's Galaxian.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Cube Master

Cube Master

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Cube Master is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released in 1982. In it you must solve a virtual Rubik's Cube.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Sliding-Block Puzzles

Sliding-Block Puzzles

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Sliding-Block Puzzles is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro, released by Acornsoft in 1982. The game is a sliding puzzle with six different pictures.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Countdown to Doom

Countdown to Doom

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Countdown to Doom is a text-adventure, designed and written by Peter Killworth, originally for the BBC Micro. It is the first in Killworth's "Doom" trilogy.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : Atari ST | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Snapper

Snapper

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Snapper is an puzzle maze game released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's arcade classic, Pac-Man.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Firien Wood

Firien Wood

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A text-based adventure game by MP Soft. It was released in 1982 for the BBC Micro.

Developer : MP Soft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Maze

Maze

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A first-person maze game where players are attempting to steal secret information from a rival company.

Developer : Apple Inc. | Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : iPod | BBC Micro
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Starship Command

Starship Command

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Starship Command is a spacefaring video game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. It is reminiscent of games such as Elite and Star Raiders.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Hopper

Hopper

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Hopper is an arcade-style puzzle game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. Functionally, it is a gameplay clone of Frogger or Freeway.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Hyper Sports

Hyper Sports

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An early sports game from Konami, this was released on a variety of platforms in 1984.

Developer : Konami Corporation Franchise : Track & Field Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Arcade | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000
More Share
Gremlins: The Adventure

Gremlins: The Adventure

-

Gremlins: The Adventure is a text adventure games based on the film "Gremlins". It takes place in one house, in which there are many gremlins that the player must eliminate.

Developer : Franchise : Gremlins Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Helter Skelter

Helter Skelter

-

no description

Developer : The Assembly Line Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Gyroscope

Gyroscope

-

Gyroscope is a Marble Madness clone where the players take control of a gyroscope as opposed to a marble. It is presented in a 3D isometric perspective and has similar hazards as seen in Marble Madness.

Developer : Catalyst Coders Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Mega-Apocalypse

Mega-Apocalypse

-

Mega-Apocalypse is a single-screen shooter that was released for 8-bit computers. A sequel to Crazy Comets, itself heavily "inspired" by Atari's Mad Planets, Mega-Apocalypse asked one thing of its players. Wholesale planetary destruction.

Developer : Martech Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Confuzion

Confuzion

-

Confuzion is a puzzle game.

Developer : Incentive Software Ltd. Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Thrust

Thrust

-

Arcade style game developed by Jeremy Smith and released in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | Vectrex | BBC Micro
More Share
Q*Bert

Q*Bert

-

Q*Bert is one of the many popular retro 70's games released for systems like the dreamcast and the Playstation.

Developer : Pipe Dream Interactive | Artech Studios | Gottlieb | Konami Corporation Franchise : Q*Bert Platform : PlayStation | Dreamcast | Game Boy Color | PC | Commodore 64 | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Odyssey 2 | Atari 5200 | Arcade | PlayStation Network (PS3) | iPhone | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000 | MSX
More Share
Wizadore

Wizadore

-

A fantasy themed side-scrolling platformer.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Space Pilot

Space Pilot

-

This 1983 Commodore 64 release was an accurate, but unlicensed clone of Konami's arcade classic, Time Pilot.

Developer : Superior Software Franchise : Space Pilot Platform : Commodore 64 | BBC Micro
More Share
Pipeline

Pipeline

-

A game for the BBC Micro.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Superman: Man Of Steel

Superman: Man Of Steel

-

In the PC only Man of Steel, Players control Superman through 7 levels of 3D flying, overhead vertical scrolling and sidescrolling secitons.

Developer : Tynesoft Computer Software Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Apple II | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Ravenskull

Ravenskull

-

Ravenskull is a fantasy graphic adventure game released by Superior Software for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Adventureland

Adventureland

39 years old - 31 Dec 1978

Adventureland was the first text adventure game released for home computers. It is also the first work by Scott Adams.

Developer : Adventure International Franchise : Platform : Apple II | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | TI-99/4A | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | NEC PC-8801 | BBC Micro | NEC PC-9801
More Share
Lunar Rescue

Lunar Rescue

38 years old - 30 Sep 1979

This 1979 Taito arcade game challenged the player to set down on a narrow landing pad at the bottom of the screen, rescue a stranded astronaut, and return to the mothership at the top of the screen. Meteors and hostile aliens added considerably to the challenge.

Developer : Taito Corporation Franchise : Platform : Arcade | BBC Micro
More Share
Centipede

Centipede

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

Centipede is a vertical shooter in which you must destroy centipedes and other bugs before they reach the bottom of the screen and destroy you.

Developer : Superior Software | Accolade, Inc. | Handheld Games | Atari | The Code Monkeys Ltd. | Leaping Lizard Software, Inc. | Mondo Media | Westlake Interactive Franchise : Centipede Platform : Game Boy | Game Boy Advance | Apple II | Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Atari 5200 | Atari 7800 | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | Mac | PlayStation | Dreamcast
More Share
Asteroids Deluxe

Asteroids Deluxe

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

The sequel to the hit arcade game, Asteroids, it was released in 1980 by Atari. Just as in its predecessor, players are tasked with destroying the dangerous space rocks in an asteroid field without crashing into any or being shot down by malevolent UFOs.

Developer : Paradox Software Franchise : Asteroids Platform : Atari ST | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone
More Share
Gorf

Gorf

36 years old - 28 Feb 1981

Gorf is a multi-mission fixed shooter featuring five screens. Each of these five missions has its own distinct enemies and rules of play.

Developer : Nutting Associates Franchise : Platform : Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | Atari 5200 | Arcade | BBC Micro
More Share
Frogger

Frogger

36 years old - 30 Jun 1981

Frogger is a classic arcade game with a simple objective: safely maneuver your frog across a busy highway and a deadly river without getting squished!

Developer : Konami Corporation | Guerrilla Cambridge Franchise : Frogger Platform : Game Boy | Genesis | Super Nintendo Entertainment System | Apple II | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Odyssey 2 | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | Atari 5200 | TRS-80 CoCo | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | iPhone | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | PlayStation | PC
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Welcome

Welcome

36 years old - 30 Sep 1981

Welcome is an introductory mini-game collection and software sampler that was included as standard with the BBC Microcomputer. It features a bat-and-ball game, a pattern generator and a biorhythms program.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Castle of Riddles

Castle of Riddles

35 years old - 31 Mar 1982

Castle of Riddles is a text-adventure game, first released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It was primarily written and designed by Peter Killworth.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro | Acorn Archimedes
More Share
Arcadians

Arcadians

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Arcadians is a shoot 'em up developed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released by Acornsoft in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's Galaxian.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Cube Master

Cube Master

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Cube Master is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released in 1982. In it you must solve a virtual Rubik's Cube.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Sliding-Block Puzzles

Sliding-Block Puzzles

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Sliding-Block Puzzles is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro, released by Acornsoft in 1982. The game is a sliding puzzle with six different pictures.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Countdown to Doom

Countdown to Doom

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Countdown to Doom is a text-adventure, designed and written by Peter Killworth, originally for the BBC Micro. It is the first in Killworth's "Doom" trilogy.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : Atari ST | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Snapper

Snapper

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Snapper is an puzzle maze game released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's arcade classic, Pac-Man.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Firien Wood

Firien Wood

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A text-based adventure game by MP Soft. It was released in 1982 for the BBC Micro.

Developer : MP Soft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Maze

Maze

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A first-person maze game where players are attempting to steal secret information from a rival company.

Developer : Apple Inc. | Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : iPod | BBC Micro
More Share
Starship Command

Starship Command

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Starship Command is a spacefaring video game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. It is reminiscent of games such as Elite and Star Raiders.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Hopper

Hopper

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Hopper is an arcade-style puzzle game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. Functionally, it is a gameplay clone of Frogger or Freeway.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Hyper Sports

Hyper Sports

-

An early sports game from Konami, this was released on a variety of platforms in 1984.

Developer : Konami Corporation Franchise : Track & Field Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Arcade | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000
More Share
Gremlins: The Adventure

Gremlins: The Adventure

-

Gremlins: The Adventure is a text adventure games based on the film "Gremlins". It takes place in one house, in which there are many gremlins that the player must eliminate.

Developer : Franchise : Gremlins Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Helter Skelter

Helter Skelter

-

no description

Developer : The Assembly Line Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Gyroscope

Gyroscope

-

Gyroscope is a Marble Madness clone where the players take control of a gyroscope as opposed to a marble. It is presented in a 3D isometric perspective and has similar hazards as seen in Marble Madness.

Developer : Catalyst Coders Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Mega-Apocalypse

Mega-Apocalypse

-

Mega-Apocalypse is a single-screen shooter that was released for 8-bit computers. A sequel to Crazy Comets, itself heavily "inspired" by Atari's Mad Planets, Mega-Apocalypse asked one thing of its players. Wholesale planetary destruction.

Developer : Martech Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Confuzion

Confuzion

-

Confuzion is a puzzle game.

Developer : Incentive Software Ltd. Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Thrust

Thrust

-

Arcade style game developed by Jeremy Smith and released in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | Vectrex | BBC Micro
More Share
Q*Bert

Q*Bert

-

Q*Bert is one of the many popular retro 70's games released for systems like the dreamcast and the Playstation.

Developer : Pipe Dream Interactive | Artech Studios | Gottlieb | Konami Corporation Franchise : Q*Bert Platform : PlayStation | Dreamcast | Game Boy Color | PC | Commodore 64 | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Odyssey 2 | Atari 5200 | Arcade | PlayStation Network (PS3) | iPhone | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000 | MSX
More Share
Wizadore

Wizadore

-

A fantasy themed side-scrolling platformer.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Space Pilot

Space Pilot

-

This 1983 Commodore 64 release was an accurate, but unlicensed clone of Konami's arcade classic, Time Pilot.

Developer : Superior Software Franchise : Space Pilot Platform : Commodore 64 | BBC Micro
More Share
Pipeline

Pipeline

-

A game for the BBC Micro.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Superman: Man Of Steel

Superman: Man Of Steel

-

In the PC only Man of Steel, Players control Superman through 7 levels of 3D flying, overhead vertical scrolling and sidescrolling secitons.

Developer : Tynesoft Computer Software Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Apple II | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Ravenskull

Ravenskull

-

Ravenskull is a fantasy graphic adventure game released by Superior Software for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Adventureland

Adventureland

39 years old - 31 Dec 1978

Adventureland was the first text adventure game released for home computers. It is also the first work by Scott Adams.

Developer : Adventure International Franchise : Platform : Apple II | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | TI-99/4A | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | NEC PC-8801 | BBC Micro | NEC PC-9801
More Share
Lunar Rescue

Lunar Rescue

38 years old - 30 Sep 1979

This 1979 Taito arcade game challenged the player to set down on a narrow landing pad at the bottom of the screen, rescue a stranded astronaut, and return to the mothership at the top of the screen. Meteors and hostile aliens added considerably to the challenge.

Developer : Taito Corporation Franchise : Platform : Arcade | BBC Micro
More Share
Centipede

Centipede

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

Centipede is a vertical shooter in which you must destroy centipedes and other bugs before they reach the bottom of the screen and destroy you.

Developer : Superior Software | Accolade, Inc. | Handheld Games | Atari | The Code Monkeys Ltd. | Leaping Lizard Software, Inc. | Mondo Media | Westlake Interactive Franchise : Centipede Platform : Game Boy | Game Boy Advance | Apple II | Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Atari 5200 | Atari 7800 | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | Mac | PlayStation | Dreamcast
More Share
Asteroids Deluxe

Asteroids Deluxe

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

The sequel to the hit arcade game, Asteroids, it was released in 1980 by Atari. Just as in its predecessor, players are tasked with destroying the dangerous space rocks in an asteroid field without crashing into any or being shot down by malevolent UFOs.

Developer : Paradox Software Franchise : Asteroids Platform : Atari ST | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone
More Share
Gorf

Gorf

36 years old - 28 Feb 1981

Gorf is a multi-mission fixed shooter featuring five screens. Each of these five missions has its own distinct enemies and rules of play.

Developer : Nutting Associates Franchise : Platform : Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | Atari 5200 | Arcade | BBC Micro
More Share
Frogger

Frogger

36 years old - 30 Jun 1981

Frogger is a classic arcade game with a simple objective: safely maneuver your frog across a busy highway and a deadly river without getting squished!

Developer : Konami Corporation | Guerrilla Cambridge Franchise : Frogger Platform : Game Boy | Genesis | Super Nintendo Entertainment System | Apple II | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Odyssey 2 | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | Atari 5200 | TRS-80 CoCo | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | iPhone | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | PlayStation | PC
More Share
Welcome

Welcome

36 years old - 30 Sep 1981

Welcome is an introductory mini-game collection and software sampler that was included as standard with the BBC Microcomputer. It features a bat-and-ball game, a pattern generator and a biorhythms program.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Castle of Riddles

Castle of Riddles

35 years old - 31 Mar 1982

Castle of Riddles is a text-adventure game, first released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It was primarily written and designed by Peter Killworth.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro | Acorn Archimedes
More Share
Arcadians

Arcadians

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Arcadians is a shoot 'em up developed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released by Acornsoft in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's Galaxian.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Cube Master

Cube Master

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Cube Master is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released in 1982. In it you must solve a virtual Rubik's Cube.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Sliding-Block Puzzles

Sliding-Block Puzzles

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Sliding-Block Puzzles is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro, released by Acornsoft in 1982. The game is a sliding puzzle with six different pictures.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Countdown to Doom

Countdown to Doom

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Countdown to Doom is a text-adventure, designed and written by Peter Killworth, originally for the BBC Micro. It is the first in Killworth's "Doom" trilogy.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : Atari ST | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Snapper

Snapper

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Snapper is an puzzle maze game released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's arcade classic, Pac-Man.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Firien Wood

Firien Wood

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A text-based adventure game by MP Soft. It was released in 1982 for the BBC Micro.

Developer : MP Soft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Maze

Maze

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A first-person maze game where players are attempting to steal secret information from a rival company.

Developer : Apple Inc. | Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : iPod | BBC Micro
More Share
Starship Command

Starship Command

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Starship Command is a spacefaring video game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. It is reminiscent of games such as Elite and Star Raiders.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Hopper

Hopper

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Hopper is an arcade-style puzzle game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. Functionally, it is a gameplay clone of Frogger or Freeway.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Hyper Sports

Hyper Sports

-

An early sports game from Konami, this was released on a variety of platforms in 1984.

Developer : Konami Corporation Franchise : Track & Field Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Arcade | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000
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Gremlins: The Adventure

Gremlins: The Adventure

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Gremlins: The Adventure is a text adventure games based on the film "Gremlins". It takes place in one house, in which there are many gremlins that the player must eliminate.

Developer : Franchise : Gremlins Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Helter Skelter

Helter Skelter

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no description

Developer : The Assembly Line Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
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Gyroscope

Gyroscope

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Gyroscope is a Marble Madness clone where the players take control of a gyroscope as opposed to a marble. It is presented in a 3D isometric perspective and has similar hazards as seen in Marble Madness.

Developer : Catalyst Coders Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Mega-Apocalypse

Mega-Apocalypse

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Mega-Apocalypse is a single-screen shooter that was released for 8-bit computers. A sequel to Crazy Comets, itself heavily "inspired" by Atari's Mad Planets, Mega-Apocalypse asked one thing of its players. Wholesale planetary destruction.

Developer : Martech Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Confuzion

Confuzion

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Confuzion is a puzzle game.

Developer : Incentive Software Ltd. Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Thrust

Thrust

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Arcade style game developed by Jeremy Smith and released in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | Vectrex | BBC Micro
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Q*Bert

Q*Bert

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Q*Bert is one of the many popular retro 70's games released for systems like the dreamcast and the Playstation.

Developer : Pipe Dream Interactive | Artech Studios | Gottlieb | Konami Corporation Franchise : Q*Bert Platform : PlayStation | Dreamcast | Game Boy Color | PC | Commodore 64 | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Odyssey 2 | Atari 5200 | Arcade | PlayStation Network (PS3) | iPhone | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000 | MSX
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Wizadore

Wizadore

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A fantasy themed side-scrolling platformer.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Space Pilot

Space Pilot

-

This 1983 Commodore 64 release was an accurate, but unlicensed clone of Konami's arcade classic, Time Pilot.

Developer : Superior Software Franchise : Space Pilot Platform : Commodore 64 | BBC Micro
More Share
Pipeline

Pipeline

-

A game for the BBC Micro.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : PC | BBC Micro
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Superman: Man Of Steel

Superman: Man Of Steel

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In the PC only Man of Steel, Players control Superman through 7 levels of 3D flying, overhead vertical scrolling and sidescrolling secitons.

Developer : Tynesoft Computer Software Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Apple II | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
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Ravenskull

Ravenskull

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Ravenskull is a fantasy graphic adventure game released by Superior Software for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Adventureland

Adventureland

39 years old - 31 Dec 1978

Adventureland was the first text adventure game released for home computers. It is also the first work by Scott Adams.

Developer : Adventure International Franchise : Platform : Apple II | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | TI-99/4A | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | NEC PC-8801 | BBC Micro | NEC PC-9801
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Lunar Rescue

Lunar Rescue

38 years old - 30 Sep 1979

This 1979 Taito arcade game challenged the player to set down on a narrow landing pad at the bottom of the screen, rescue a stranded astronaut, and return to the mothership at the top of the screen. Meteors and hostile aliens added considerably to the challenge.

Developer : Taito Corporation Franchise : Platform : Arcade | BBC Micro
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Centipede

Centipede

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

Centipede is a vertical shooter in which you must destroy centipedes and other bugs before they reach the bottom of the screen and destroy you.

Developer : Superior Software | Accolade, Inc. | Handheld Games | Atari | The Code Monkeys Ltd. | Leaping Lizard Software, Inc. | Mondo Media | Westlake Interactive Franchise : Centipede Platform : Game Boy | Game Boy Advance | Apple II | Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Atari 5200 | Atari 7800 | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | Mac | PlayStation | Dreamcast
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Asteroids Deluxe

Asteroids Deluxe

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

The sequel to the hit arcade game, Asteroids, it was released in 1980 by Atari. Just as in its predecessor, players are tasked with destroying the dangerous space rocks in an asteroid field without crashing into any or being shot down by malevolent UFOs.

Developer : Paradox Software Franchise : Asteroids Platform : Atari ST | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone
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Gorf

Gorf

36 years old - 28 Feb 1981

Gorf is a multi-mission fixed shooter featuring five screens. Each of these five missions has its own distinct enemies and rules of play.

Developer : Nutting Associates Franchise : Platform : Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | Atari 5200 | Arcade | BBC Micro
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Frogger

Frogger

36 years old - 30 Jun 1981

Frogger is a classic arcade game with a simple objective: safely maneuver your frog across a busy highway and a deadly river without getting squished!

Developer : Konami Corporation | Guerrilla Cambridge Franchise : Frogger Platform : Game Boy | Genesis | Super Nintendo Entertainment System | Apple II | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Odyssey 2 | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | Atari 5200 | TRS-80 CoCo | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | iPhone | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | PlayStation | PC
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Welcome

Welcome

36 years old - 30 Sep 1981

Welcome is an introductory mini-game collection and software sampler that was included as standard with the BBC Microcomputer. It features a bat-and-ball game, a pattern generator and a biorhythms program.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Castle of Riddles

Castle of Riddles

35 years old - 31 Mar 1982

Castle of Riddles is a text-adventure game, first released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It was primarily written and designed by Peter Killworth.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro | Acorn Archimedes
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Arcadians

Arcadians

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Arcadians is a shoot 'em up developed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released by Acornsoft in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's Galaxian.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Cube Master

Cube Master

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Cube Master is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released in 1982. In it you must solve a virtual Rubik's Cube.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Sliding-Block Puzzles

Sliding-Block Puzzles

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Sliding-Block Puzzles is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro, released by Acornsoft in 1982. The game is a sliding puzzle with six different pictures.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Countdown to Doom

Countdown to Doom

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Countdown to Doom is a text-adventure, designed and written by Peter Killworth, originally for the BBC Micro. It is the first in Killworth's "Doom" trilogy.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : Atari ST | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Snapper

Snapper

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Snapper is an puzzle maze game released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's arcade classic, Pac-Man.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Firien Wood

Firien Wood

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A text-based adventure game by MP Soft. It was released in 1982 for the BBC Micro.

Developer : MP Soft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Maze

Maze

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A first-person maze game where players are attempting to steal secret information from a rival company.

Developer : Apple Inc. | Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : iPod | BBC Micro
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Starship Command

Starship Command

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Starship Command is a spacefaring video game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. It is reminiscent of games such as Elite and Star Raiders.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Hopper

Hopper

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Hopper is an arcade-style puzzle game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. Functionally, it is a gameplay clone of Frogger or Freeway.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Hyper Sports

Hyper Sports

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An early sports game from Konami, this was released on a variety of platforms in 1984.

Developer : Konami Corporation Franchise : Track & Field Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Arcade | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000
More Share
Gremlins: The Adventure

Gremlins: The Adventure

-

Gremlins: The Adventure is a text adventure games based on the film "Gremlins". It takes place in one house, in which there are many gremlins that the player must eliminate.

Developer : Franchise : Gremlins Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Helter Skelter

Helter Skelter

-

no description

Developer : The Assembly Line Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Gyroscope

Gyroscope

-

Gyroscope is a Marble Madness clone where the players take control of a gyroscope as opposed to a marble. It is presented in a 3D isometric perspective and has similar hazards as seen in Marble Madness.

Developer : Catalyst Coders Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Mega-Apocalypse

Mega-Apocalypse

-

Mega-Apocalypse is a single-screen shooter that was released for 8-bit computers. A sequel to Crazy Comets, itself heavily "inspired" by Atari's Mad Planets, Mega-Apocalypse asked one thing of its players. Wholesale planetary destruction.

Developer : Martech Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Confuzion

Confuzion

-

Confuzion is a puzzle game.

Developer : Incentive Software Ltd. Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Thrust

Thrust

-

Arcade style game developed by Jeremy Smith and released in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | Vectrex | BBC Micro
More Share
Q*Bert

Q*Bert

-

Q*Bert is one of the many popular retro 70's games released for systems like the dreamcast and the Playstation.

Developer : Pipe Dream Interactive | Artech Studios | Gottlieb | Konami Corporation Franchise : Q*Bert Platform : PlayStation | Dreamcast | Game Boy Color | PC | Commodore 64 | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Odyssey 2 | Atari 5200 | Arcade | PlayStation Network (PS3) | iPhone | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000 | MSX
More Share
Wizadore

Wizadore

-

A fantasy themed side-scrolling platformer.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Space Pilot

Space Pilot

-

This 1983 Commodore 64 release was an accurate, but unlicensed clone of Konami's arcade classic, Time Pilot.

Developer : Superior Software Franchise : Space Pilot Platform : Commodore 64 | BBC Micro
More Share
Pipeline

Pipeline

-

A game for the BBC Micro.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Superman: Man Of Steel

Superman: Man Of Steel

-

In the PC only Man of Steel, Players control Superman through 7 levels of 3D flying, overhead vertical scrolling and sidescrolling secitons.

Developer : Tynesoft Computer Software Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Apple II | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Ravenskull

Ravenskull

-

Ravenskull is a fantasy graphic adventure game released by Superior Software for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Adventureland

Adventureland

39 years old - 31 Dec 1978

Adventureland was the first text adventure game released for home computers. It is also the first work by Scott Adams.

Developer : Adventure International Franchise : Platform : Apple II | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | TI-99/4A | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | NEC PC-8801 | BBC Micro | NEC PC-9801
More Share
Lunar Rescue

Lunar Rescue

38 years old - 30 Sep 1979

This 1979 Taito arcade game challenged the player to set down on a narrow landing pad at the bottom of the screen, rescue a stranded astronaut, and return to the mothership at the top of the screen. Meteors and hostile aliens added considerably to the challenge.

Developer : Taito Corporation Franchise : Platform : Arcade | BBC Micro
More Share
Centipede

Centipede

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

Centipede is a vertical shooter in which you must destroy centipedes and other bugs before they reach the bottom of the screen and destroy you.

Developer : Superior Software | Accolade, Inc. | Handheld Games | Atari | The Code Monkeys Ltd. | Leaping Lizard Software, Inc. | Mondo Media | Westlake Interactive Franchise : Centipede Platform : Game Boy | Game Boy Advance | Apple II | Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Atari 5200 | Atari 7800 | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | Mac | PlayStation | Dreamcast
More Share
Asteroids Deluxe

Asteroids Deluxe

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

The sequel to the hit arcade game, Asteroids, it was released in 1980 by Atari. Just as in its predecessor, players are tasked with destroying the dangerous space rocks in an asteroid field without crashing into any or being shot down by malevolent UFOs.

Developer : Paradox Software Franchise : Asteroids Platform : Atari ST | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone
More Share
Gorf

Gorf

36 years old - 28 Feb 1981

Gorf is a multi-mission fixed shooter featuring five screens. Each of these five missions has its own distinct enemies and rules of play.

Developer : Nutting Associates Franchise : Platform : Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | Atari 5200 | Arcade | BBC Micro
More Share
Frogger

Frogger

36 years old - 30 Jun 1981

Frogger is a classic arcade game with a simple objective: safely maneuver your frog across a busy highway and a deadly river without getting squished!

Developer : Konami Corporation | Guerrilla Cambridge Franchise : Frogger Platform : Game Boy | Genesis | Super Nintendo Entertainment System | Apple II | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Odyssey 2 | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | Atari 5200 | TRS-80 CoCo | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | iPhone | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | PlayStation | PC
More Share
Welcome

Welcome

36 years old - 30 Sep 1981

Welcome is an introductory mini-game collection and software sampler that was included as standard with the BBC Microcomputer. It features a bat-and-ball game, a pattern generator and a biorhythms program.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Castle of Riddles

Castle of Riddles

35 years old - 31 Mar 1982

Castle of Riddles is a text-adventure game, first released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It was primarily written and designed by Peter Killworth.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro | Acorn Archimedes
More Share
Arcadians

Arcadians

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Arcadians is a shoot 'em up developed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released by Acornsoft in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's Galaxian.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Cube Master

Cube Master

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Cube Master is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released in 1982. In it you must solve a virtual Rubik's Cube.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Sliding-Block Puzzles

Sliding-Block Puzzles

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Sliding-Block Puzzles is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro, released by Acornsoft in 1982. The game is a sliding puzzle with six different pictures.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Countdown to Doom

Countdown to Doom

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Countdown to Doom is a text-adventure, designed and written by Peter Killworth, originally for the BBC Micro. It is the first in Killworth's "Doom" trilogy.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : Atari ST | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Snapper

Snapper

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Snapper is an puzzle maze game released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's arcade classic, Pac-Man.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Firien Wood

Firien Wood

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A text-based adventure game by MP Soft. It was released in 1982 for the BBC Micro.

Developer : MP Soft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Maze

Maze

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A first-person maze game where players are attempting to steal secret information from a rival company.

Developer : Apple Inc. | Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : iPod | BBC Micro
More Share
Starship Command

Starship Command

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Starship Command is a spacefaring video game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. It is reminiscent of games such as Elite and Star Raiders.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Hopper

Hopper

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Hopper is an arcade-style puzzle game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. Functionally, it is a gameplay clone of Frogger or Freeway.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Hyper Sports

Hyper Sports

-

An early sports game from Konami, this was released on a variety of platforms in 1984.

Developer : Konami Corporation Franchise : Track & Field Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Arcade | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000
More Share
Gremlins: The Adventure

Gremlins: The Adventure

-

Gremlins: The Adventure is a text adventure games based on the film "Gremlins". It takes place in one house, in which there are many gremlins that the player must eliminate.

Developer : Franchise : Gremlins Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Helter Skelter

Helter Skelter

-

no description

Developer : The Assembly Line Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Gyroscope

Gyroscope

-

Gyroscope is a Marble Madness clone where the players take control of a gyroscope as opposed to a marble. It is presented in a 3D isometric perspective and has similar hazards as seen in Marble Madness.

Developer : Catalyst Coders Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Mega-Apocalypse

Mega-Apocalypse

-

Mega-Apocalypse is a single-screen shooter that was released for 8-bit computers. A sequel to Crazy Comets, itself heavily "inspired" by Atari's Mad Planets, Mega-Apocalypse asked one thing of its players. Wholesale planetary destruction.

Developer : Martech Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Confuzion

Confuzion

-

Confuzion is a puzzle game.

Developer : Incentive Software Ltd. Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Thrust

Thrust

-

Arcade style game developed by Jeremy Smith and released in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | Vectrex | BBC Micro
More Share
Q*Bert

Q*Bert

-

Q*Bert is one of the many popular retro 70's games released for systems like the dreamcast and the Playstation.

Developer : Pipe Dream Interactive | Artech Studios | Gottlieb | Konami Corporation Franchise : Q*Bert Platform : PlayStation | Dreamcast | Game Boy Color | PC | Commodore 64 | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Odyssey 2 | Atari 5200 | Arcade | PlayStation Network (PS3) | iPhone | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000 | MSX
More Share
Wizadore

Wizadore

-

A fantasy themed side-scrolling platformer.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Space Pilot

Space Pilot

-

This 1983 Commodore 64 release was an accurate, but unlicensed clone of Konami's arcade classic, Time Pilot.

Developer : Superior Software Franchise : Space Pilot Platform : Commodore 64 | BBC Micro
More Share
Pipeline

Pipeline

-

A game for the BBC Micro.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Superman: Man Of Steel

Superman: Man Of Steel

-

In the PC only Man of Steel, Players control Superman through 7 levels of 3D flying, overhead vertical scrolling and sidescrolling secitons.

Developer : Tynesoft Computer Software Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Apple II | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Ravenskull

Ravenskull

-

Ravenskull is a fantasy graphic adventure game released by Superior Software for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Adventureland

Adventureland

39 years old - 31 Dec 1978

Adventureland was the first text adventure game released for home computers. It is also the first work by Scott Adams.

Developer : Adventure International Franchise : Platform : Apple II | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | TI-99/4A | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | NEC PC-8801 | BBC Micro | NEC PC-9801
More Share
Lunar Rescue

Lunar Rescue

38 years old - 30 Sep 1979

This 1979 Taito arcade game challenged the player to set down on a narrow landing pad at the bottom of the screen, rescue a stranded astronaut, and return to the mothership at the top of the screen. Meteors and hostile aliens added considerably to the challenge.

Developer : Taito Corporation Franchise : Platform : Arcade | BBC Micro
More Share
Centipede

Centipede

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

Centipede is a vertical shooter in which you must destroy centipedes and other bugs before they reach the bottom of the screen and destroy you.

Developer : Superior Software | Accolade, Inc. | Handheld Games | Atari | The Code Monkeys Ltd. | Leaping Lizard Software, Inc. | Mondo Media | Westlake Interactive Franchise : Centipede Platform : Game Boy | Game Boy Advance | Apple II | Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Atari 5200 | Atari 7800 | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | Mac | PlayStation | Dreamcast
More Share
Asteroids Deluxe

Asteroids Deluxe

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

The sequel to the hit arcade game, Asteroids, it was released in 1980 by Atari. Just as in its predecessor, players are tasked with destroying the dangerous space rocks in an asteroid field without crashing into any or being shot down by malevolent UFOs.

Developer : Paradox Software Franchise : Asteroids Platform : Atari ST | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone
More Share
Gorf

Gorf

36 years old - 28 Feb 1981

Gorf is a multi-mission fixed shooter featuring five screens. Each of these five missions has its own distinct enemies and rules of play.

Developer : Nutting Associates Franchise : Platform : Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | Atari 5200 | Arcade | BBC Micro
More Share
Frogger

Frogger

36 years old - 30 Jun 1981

Frogger is a classic arcade game with a simple objective: safely maneuver your frog across a busy highway and a deadly river without getting squished!

Developer : Konami Corporation | Guerrilla Cambridge Franchise : Frogger Platform : Game Boy | Genesis | Super Nintendo Entertainment System | Apple II | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Odyssey 2 | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | Atari 5200 | TRS-80 CoCo | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | iPhone | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | PlayStation | PC
More Share
Welcome

Welcome

36 years old - 30 Sep 1981

Welcome is an introductory mini-game collection and software sampler that was included as standard with the BBC Microcomputer. It features a bat-and-ball game, a pattern generator and a biorhythms program.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Castle of Riddles

Castle of Riddles

35 years old - 31 Mar 1982

Castle of Riddles is a text-adventure game, first released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It was primarily written and designed by Peter Killworth.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro | Acorn Archimedes
More Share
Arcadians

Arcadians

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Arcadians is a shoot 'em up developed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released by Acornsoft in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's Galaxian.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Cube Master

Cube Master

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Cube Master is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released in 1982. In it you must solve a virtual Rubik's Cube.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Sliding-Block Puzzles

Sliding-Block Puzzles

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Sliding-Block Puzzles is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro, released by Acornsoft in 1982. The game is a sliding puzzle with six different pictures.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Countdown to Doom

Countdown to Doom

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Countdown to Doom is a text-adventure, designed and written by Peter Killworth, originally for the BBC Micro. It is the first in Killworth's "Doom" trilogy.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : Atari ST | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Snapper

Snapper

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Snapper is an puzzle maze game released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's arcade classic, Pac-Man.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Firien Wood

Firien Wood

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A text-based adventure game by MP Soft. It was released in 1982 for the BBC Micro.

Developer : MP Soft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Maze

Maze

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A first-person maze game where players are attempting to steal secret information from a rival company.

Developer : Apple Inc. | Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : iPod | BBC Micro
More Share
Starship Command

Starship Command

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Starship Command is a spacefaring video game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. It is reminiscent of games such as Elite and Star Raiders.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Hopper

Hopper

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Hopper is an arcade-style puzzle game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. Functionally, it is a gameplay clone of Frogger or Freeway.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Hyper Sports

Hyper Sports

-

An early sports game from Konami, this was released on a variety of platforms in 1984.

Developer : Konami Corporation Franchise : Track & Field Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Arcade | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000
More Share
Gremlins: The Adventure

Gremlins: The Adventure

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Gremlins: The Adventure is a text adventure games based on the film "Gremlins". It takes place in one house, in which there are many gremlins that the player must eliminate.

Developer : Franchise : Gremlins Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Helter Skelter

Helter Skelter

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no description

Developer : The Assembly Line Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
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Gyroscope

Gyroscope

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Gyroscope is a Marble Madness clone where the players take control of a gyroscope as opposed to a marble. It is presented in a 3D isometric perspective and has similar hazards as seen in Marble Madness.

Developer : Catalyst Coders Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Mega-Apocalypse

Mega-Apocalypse

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Mega-Apocalypse is a single-screen shooter that was released for 8-bit computers. A sequel to Crazy Comets, itself heavily "inspired" by Atari's Mad Planets, Mega-Apocalypse asked one thing of its players. Wholesale planetary destruction.

Developer : Martech Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Confuzion

Confuzion

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Confuzion is a puzzle game.

Developer : Incentive Software Ltd. Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Thrust

Thrust

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Arcade style game developed by Jeremy Smith and released in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | Vectrex | BBC Micro
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Q*Bert

Q*Bert

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Q*Bert is one of the many popular retro 70's games released for systems like the dreamcast and the Playstation.

Developer : Pipe Dream Interactive | Artech Studios | Gottlieb | Konami Corporation Franchise : Q*Bert Platform : PlayStation | Dreamcast | Game Boy Color | PC | Commodore 64 | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Odyssey 2 | Atari 5200 | Arcade | PlayStation Network (PS3) | iPhone | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000 | MSX
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Wizadore

Wizadore

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A fantasy themed side-scrolling platformer.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Space Pilot

Space Pilot

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This 1983 Commodore 64 release was an accurate, but unlicensed clone of Konami's arcade classic, Time Pilot.

Developer : Superior Software Franchise : Space Pilot Platform : Commodore 64 | BBC Micro
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Pipeline

Pipeline

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A game for the BBC Micro.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : PC | BBC Micro
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Superman: Man Of Steel

Superman: Man Of Steel

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In the PC only Man of Steel, Players control Superman through 7 levels of 3D flying, overhead vertical scrolling and sidescrolling secitons.

Developer : Tynesoft Computer Software Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Apple II | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
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Ravenskull

Ravenskull

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Ravenskull is a fantasy graphic adventure game released by Superior Software for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Adventureland

Adventureland

39 years old - 31 Dec 1978

Adventureland was the first text adventure game released for home computers. It is also the first work by Scott Adams.

Developer : Adventure International Franchise : Platform : Apple II | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | TI-99/4A | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | NEC PC-8801 | BBC Micro | NEC PC-9801
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Lunar Rescue

Lunar Rescue

38 years old - 30 Sep 1979

This 1979 Taito arcade game challenged the player to set down on a narrow landing pad at the bottom of the screen, rescue a stranded astronaut, and return to the mothership at the top of the screen. Meteors and hostile aliens added considerably to the challenge.

Developer : Taito Corporation Franchise : Platform : Arcade | BBC Micro
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Centipede

Centipede

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

Centipede is a vertical shooter in which you must destroy centipedes and other bugs before they reach the bottom of the screen and destroy you.

Developer : Superior Software | Accolade, Inc. | Handheld Games | Atari | The Code Monkeys Ltd. | Leaping Lizard Software, Inc. | Mondo Media | Westlake Interactive Franchise : Centipede Platform : Game Boy | Game Boy Advance | Apple II | Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Atari 5200 | Atari 7800 | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | Mac | PlayStation | Dreamcast
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Asteroids Deluxe

Asteroids Deluxe

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

The sequel to the hit arcade game, Asteroids, it was released in 1980 by Atari. Just as in its predecessor, players are tasked with destroying the dangerous space rocks in an asteroid field without crashing into any or being shot down by malevolent UFOs.

Developer : Paradox Software Franchise : Asteroids Platform : Atari ST | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone
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Gorf

Gorf

36 years old - 28 Feb 1981

Gorf is a multi-mission fixed shooter featuring five screens. Each of these five missions has its own distinct enemies and rules of play.

Developer : Nutting Associates Franchise : Platform : Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | Atari 5200 | Arcade | BBC Micro
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Frogger

Frogger

36 years old - 30 Jun 1981

Frogger is a classic arcade game with a simple objective: safely maneuver your frog across a busy highway and a deadly river without getting squished!

Developer : Konami Corporation | Guerrilla Cambridge Franchise : Frogger Platform : Game Boy | Genesis | Super Nintendo Entertainment System | Apple II | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Odyssey 2 | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | Atari 5200 | TRS-80 CoCo | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | iPhone | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | PlayStation | PC
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Welcome

Welcome

36 years old - 30 Sep 1981

Welcome is an introductory mini-game collection and software sampler that was included as standard with the BBC Microcomputer. It features a bat-and-ball game, a pattern generator and a biorhythms program.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Castle of Riddles

Castle of Riddles

35 years old - 31 Mar 1982

Castle of Riddles is a text-adventure game, first released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It was primarily written and designed by Peter Killworth.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro | Acorn Archimedes
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Arcadians

Arcadians

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Arcadians is a shoot 'em up developed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released by Acornsoft in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's Galaxian.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Cube Master

Cube Master

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Cube Master is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released in 1982. In it you must solve a virtual Rubik's Cube.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Sliding-Block Puzzles

Sliding-Block Puzzles

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Sliding-Block Puzzles is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro, released by Acornsoft in 1982. The game is a sliding puzzle with six different pictures.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Countdown to Doom

Countdown to Doom

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Countdown to Doom is a text-adventure, designed and written by Peter Killworth, originally for the BBC Micro. It is the first in Killworth's "Doom" trilogy.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : Atari ST | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
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Snapper

Snapper

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Snapper is an puzzle maze game released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's arcade classic, Pac-Man.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Firien Wood

Firien Wood

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A text-based adventure game by MP Soft. It was released in 1982 for the BBC Micro.

Developer : MP Soft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Maze

Maze

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A first-person maze game where players are attempting to steal secret information from a rival company.

Developer : Apple Inc. | Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : iPod | BBC Micro
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Starship Command

Starship Command

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Starship Command is a spacefaring video game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. It is reminiscent of games such as Elite and Star Raiders.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Hopper

Hopper

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Hopper is an arcade-style puzzle game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. Functionally, it is a gameplay clone of Frogger or Freeway.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Hyper Sports

Hyper Sports

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An early sports game from Konami, this was released on a variety of platforms in 1984.

Developer : Konami Corporation Franchise : Track & Field Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Arcade | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000
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Gremlins: The Adventure

Gremlins: The Adventure

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Gremlins: The Adventure is a text adventure games based on the film "Gremlins". It takes place in one house, in which there are many gremlins that the player must eliminate.

Developer : Franchise : Gremlins Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Helter Skelter

Helter Skelter

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no description

Developer : The Assembly Line Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
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Gyroscope

Gyroscope

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Gyroscope is a Marble Madness clone where the players take control of a gyroscope as opposed to a marble. It is presented in a 3D isometric perspective and has similar hazards as seen in Marble Madness.

Developer : Catalyst Coders Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Mega-Apocalypse

Mega-Apocalypse

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Mega-Apocalypse is a single-screen shooter that was released for 8-bit computers. A sequel to Crazy Comets, itself heavily "inspired" by Atari's Mad Planets, Mega-Apocalypse asked one thing of its players. Wholesale planetary destruction.

Developer : Martech Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Confuzion

Confuzion

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Confuzion is a puzzle game.

Developer : Incentive Software Ltd. Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Thrust

Thrust

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Arcade style game developed by Jeremy Smith and released in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | Vectrex | BBC Micro
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Q*Bert

Q*Bert

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Q*Bert is one of the many popular retro 70's games released for systems like the dreamcast and the Playstation.

Developer : Pipe Dream Interactive | Artech Studios | Gottlieb | Konami Corporation Franchise : Q*Bert Platform : PlayStation | Dreamcast | Game Boy Color | PC | Commodore 64 | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Odyssey 2 | Atari 5200 | Arcade | PlayStation Network (PS3) | iPhone | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000 | MSX
More Share
Wizadore

Wizadore

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A fantasy themed side-scrolling platformer.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Space Pilot

Space Pilot

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This 1983 Commodore 64 release was an accurate, but unlicensed clone of Konami's arcade classic, Time Pilot.

Developer : Superior Software Franchise : Space Pilot Platform : Commodore 64 | BBC Micro
More Share
Pipeline

Pipeline

-

A game for the BBC Micro.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Superman: Man Of Steel

Superman: Man Of Steel

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In the PC only Man of Steel, Players control Superman through 7 levels of 3D flying, overhead vertical scrolling and sidescrolling secitons.

Developer : Tynesoft Computer Software Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Apple II | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
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Ravenskull

Ravenskull

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Ravenskull is a fantasy graphic adventure game released by Superior Software for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Adventureland

Adventureland

39 years old - 31 Dec 1978

Adventureland was the first text adventure game released for home computers. It is also the first work by Scott Adams.

Developer : Adventure International Franchise : Platform : Apple II | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | TI-99/4A | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | NEC PC-8801 | BBC Micro | NEC PC-9801
More Share
Lunar Rescue

Lunar Rescue

38 years old - 30 Sep 1979

This 1979 Taito arcade game challenged the player to set down on a narrow landing pad at the bottom of the screen, rescue a stranded astronaut, and return to the mothership at the top of the screen. Meteors and hostile aliens added considerably to the challenge.

Developer : Taito Corporation Franchise : Platform : Arcade | BBC Micro
More Share
Centipede

Centipede

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

Centipede is a vertical shooter in which you must destroy centipedes and other bugs before they reach the bottom of the screen and destroy you.

Developer : Superior Software | Accolade, Inc. | Handheld Games | Atari | The Code Monkeys Ltd. | Leaping Lizard Software, Inc. | Mondo Media | Westlake Interactive Franchise : Centipede Platform : Game Boy | Game Boy Advance | Apple II | Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Atari 5200 | Atari 7800 | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | Mac | PlayStation | Dreamcast
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Asteroids Deluxe

Asteroids Deluxe

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

The sequel to the hit arcade game, Asteroids, it was released in 1980 by Atari. Just as in its predecessor, players are tasked with destroying the dangerous space rocks in an asteroid field without crashing into any or being shot down by malevolent UFOs.

Developer : Paradox Software Franchise : Asteroids Platform : Atari ST | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone
More Share
Gorf

Gorf

36 years old - 28 Feb 1981

Gorf is a multi-mission fixed shooter featuring five screens. Each of these five missions has its own distinct enemies and rules of play.

Developer : Nutting Associates Franchise : Platform : Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | Atari 5200 | Arcade | BBC Micro
More Share
Frogger

Frogger

36 years old - 30 Jun 1981

Frogger is a classic arcade game with a simple objective: safely maneuver your frog across a busy highway and a deadly river without getting squished!

Developer : Konami Corporation | Guerrilla Cambridge Franchise : Frogger Platform : Game Boy | Genesis | Super Nintendo Entertainment System | Apple II | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Odyssey 2 | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | Atari 5200 | TRS-80 CoCo | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | iPhone | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | PlayStation | PC
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Welcome

Welcome

36 years old - 30 Sep 1981

Welcome is an introductory mini-game collection and software sampler that was included as standard with the BBC Microcomputer. It features a bat-and-ball game, a pattern generator and a biorhythms program.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Castle of Riddles

Castle of Riddles

35 years old - 31 Mar 1982

Castle of Riddles is a text-adventure game, first released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It was primarily written and designed by Peter Killworth.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro | Acorn Archimedes
More Share
Arcadians

Arcadians

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Arcadians is a shoot 'em up developed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released by Acornsoft in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's Galaxian.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Cube Master

Cube Master

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Cube Master is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released in 1982. In it you must solve a virtual Rubik's Cube.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Sliding-Block Puzzles

Sliding-Block Puzzles

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Sliding-Block Puzzles is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro, released by Acornsoft in 1982. The game is a sliding puzzle with six different pictures.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Countdown to Doom

Countdown to Doom

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Countdown to Doom is a text-adventure, designed and written by Peter Killworth, originally for the BBC Micro. It is the first in Killworth's "Doom" trilogy.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : Atari ST | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Snapper

Snapper

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Snapper is an puzzle maze game released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's arcade classic, Pac-Man.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Firien Wood

Firien Wood

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A text-based adventure game by MP Soft. It was released in 1982 for the BBC Micro.

Developer : MP Soft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Maze

Maze

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A first-person maze game where players are attempting to steal secret information from a rival company.

Developer : Apple Inc. | Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : iPod | BBC Micro
More Share
Starship Command

Starship Command

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Starship Command is a spacefaring video game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. It is reminiscent of games such as Elite and Star Raiders.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Hopper

Hopper

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Hopper is an arcade-style puzzle game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. Functionally, it is a gameplay clone of Frogger or Freeway.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Hyper Sports

Hyper Sports

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An early sports game from Konami, this was released on a variety of platforms in 1984.

Developer : Konami Corporation Franchise : Track & Field Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Arcade | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000
More Share
Gremlins: The Adventure

Gremlins: The Adventure

-

Gremlins: The Adventure is a text adventure games based on the film "Gremlins". It takes place in one house, in which there are many gremlins that the player must eliminate.

Developer : Franchise : Gremlins Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Helter Skelter

Helter Skelter

-

no description

Developer : The Assembly Line Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Gyroscope

Gyroscope

-

Gyroscope is a Marble Madness clone where the players take control of a gyroscope as opposed to a marble. It is presented in a 3D isometric perspective and has similar hazards as seen in Marble Madness.

Developer : Catalyst Coders Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Mega-Apocalypse

Mega-Apocalypse

-

Mega-Apocalypse is a single-screen shooter that was released for 8-bit computers. A sequel to Crazy Comets, itself heavily "inspired" by Atari's Mad Planets, Mega-Apocalypse asked one thing of its players. Wholesale planetary destruction.

Developer : Martech Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Confuzion

Confuzion

-

Confuzion is a puzzle game.

Developer : Incentive Software Ltd. Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Thrust

Thrust

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Arcade style game developed by Jeremy Smith and released in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | Vectrex | BBC Micro
More Share
Q*Bert

Q*Bert

-

Q*Bert is one of the many popular retro 70's games released for systems like the dreamcast and the Playstation.

Developer : Pipe Dream Interactive | Artech Studios | Gottlieb | Konami Corporation Franchise : Q*Bert Platform : PlayStation | Dreamcast | Game Boy Color | PC | Commodore 64 | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Odyssey 2 | Atari 5200 | Arcade | PlayStation Network (PS3) | iPhone | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000 | MSX
More Share
Wizadore

Wizadore

-

A fantasy themed side-scrolling platformer.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Space Pilot

Space Pilot

-

This 1983 Commodore 64 release was an accurate, but unlicensed clone of Konami's arcade classic, Time Pilot.

Developer : Superior Software Franchise : Space Pilot Platform : Commodore 64 | BBC Micro
More Share
Pipeline

Pipeline

-

A game for the BBC Micro.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Superman: Man Of Steel

Superman: Man Of Steel

-

In the PC only Man of Steel, Players control Superman through 7 levels of 3D flying, overhead vertical scrolling and sidescrolling secitons.

Developer : Tynesoft Computer Software Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Apple II | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Ravenskull

Ravenskull

-

Ravenskull is a fantasy graphic adventure game released by Superior Software for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Adventureland

Adventureland

39 years old - 31 Dec 1978

Adventureland was the first text adventure game released for home computers. It is also the first work by Scott Adams.

Developer : Adventure International Franchise : Platform : Apple II | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | TI-99/4A | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | NEC PC-8801 | BBC Micro | NEC PC-9801
More Share
Lunar Rescue

Lunar Rescue

38 years old - 30 Sep 1979

This 1979 Taito arcade game challenged the player to set down on a narrow landing pad at the bottom of the screen, rescue a stranded astronaut, and return to the mothership at the top of the screen. Meteors and hostile aliens added considerably to the challenge.

Developer : Taito Corporation Franchise : Platform : Arcade | BBC Micro
More Share
Centipede

Centipede

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

Centipede is a vertical shooter in which you must destroy centipedes and other bugs before they reach the bottom of the screen and destroy you.

Developer : Superior Software | Accolade, Inc. | Handheld Games | Atari | The Code Monkeys Ltd. | Leaping Lizard Software, Inc. | Mondo Media | Westlake Interactive Franchise : Centipede Platform : Game Boy | Game Boy Advance | Apple II | Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Atari 5200 | Atari 7800 | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | Mac | PlayStation | Dreamcast
More Share
Asteroids Deluxe

Asteroids Deluxe

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

The sequel to the hit arcade game, Asteroids, it was released in 1980 by Atari. Just as in its predecessor, players are tasked with destroying the dangerous space rocks in an asteroid field without crashing into any or being shot down by malevolent UFOs.

Developer : Paradox Software Franchise : Asteroids Platform : Atari ST | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone
More Share
Gorf

Gorf

36 years old - 28 Feb 1981

Gorf is a multi-mission fixed shooter featuring five screens. Each of these five missions has its own distinct enemies and rules of play.

Developer : Nutting Associates Franchise : Platform : Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | Atari 5200 | Arcade | BBC Micro
More Share
Frogger

Frogger

36 years old - 30 Jun 1981

Frogger is a classic arcade game with a simple objective: safely maneuver your frog across a busy highway and a deadly river without getting squished!

Developer : Konami Corporation | Guerrilla Cambridge Franchise : Frogger Platform : Game Boy | Genesis | Super Nintendo Entertainment System | Apple II | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Odyssey 2 | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | Atari 5200 | TRS-80 CoCo | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | iPhone | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | PlayStation | PC
More Share
Welcome

Welcome

36 years old - 30 Sep 1981

Welcome is an introductory mini-game collection and software sampler that was included as standard with the BBC Microcomputer. It features a bat-and-ball game, a pattern generator and a biorhythms program.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Castle of Riddles

Castle of Riddles

35 years old - 31 Mar 1982

Castle of Riddles is a text-adventure game, first released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It was primarily written and designed by Peter Killworth.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro | Acorn Archimedes
More Share
Arcadians

Arcadians

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Arcadians is a shoot 'em up developed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released by Acornsoft in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's Galaxian.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Cube Master

Cube Master

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Cube Master is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released in 1982. In it you must solve a virtual Rubik's Cube.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Sliding-Block Puzzles

Sliding-Block Puzzles

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Sliding-Block Puzzles is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro, released by Acornsoft in 1982. The game is a sliding puzzle with six different pictures.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Countdown to Doom

Countdown to Doom

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Countdown to Doom is a text-adventure, designed and written by Peter Killworth, originally for the BBC Micro. It is the first in Killworth's "Doom" trilogy.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : Atari ST | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Snapper

Snapper

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Snapper is an puzzle maze game released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's arcade classic, Pac-Man.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Firien Wood

Firien Wood

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A text-based adventure game by MP Soft. It was released in 1982 for the BBC Micro.

Developer : MP Soft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Maze

Maze

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A first-person maze game where players are attempting to steal secret information from a rival company.

Developer : Apple Inc. | Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : iPod | BBC Micro
More Share
Starship Command

Starship Command

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Starship Command is a spacefaring video game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. It is reminiscent of games such as Elite and Star Raiders.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Hopper

Hopper

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Hopper is an arcade-style puzzle game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. Functionally, it is a gameplay clone of Frogger or Freeway.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Hyper Sports

Hyper Sports

-

An early sports game from Konami, this was released on a variety of platforms in 1984.

Developer : Konami Corporation Franchise : Track & Field Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Arcade | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000
More Share
Gremlins: The Adventure

Gremlins: The Adventure

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Gremlins: The Adventure is a text adventure games based on the film "Gremlins". It takes place in one house, in which there are many gremlins that the player must eliminate.

Developer : Franchise : Gremlins Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Helter Skelter

Helter Skelter

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no description

Developer : The Assembly Line Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
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Gyroscope

Gyroscope

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Gyroscope is a Marble Madness clone where the players take control of a gyroscope as opposed to a marble. It is presented in a 3D isometric perspective and has similar hazards as seen in Marble Madness.

Developer : Catalyst Coders Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Mega-Apocalypse

Mega-Apocalypse

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Mega-Apocalypse is a single-screen shooter that was released for 8-bit computers. A sequel to Crazy Comets, itself heavily "inspired" by Atari's Mad Planets, Mega-Apocalypse asked one thing of its players. Wholesale planetary destruction.

Developer : Martech Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Confuzion

Confuzion

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Confuzion is a puzzle game.

Developer : Incentive Software Ltd. Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Thrust

Thrust

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Arcade style game developed by Jeremy Smith and released in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | Vectrex | BBC Micro
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Q*Bert

Q*Bert

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Q*Bert is one of the many popular retro 70's games released for systems like the dreamcast and the Playstation.

Developer : Pipe Dream Interactive | Artech Studios | Gottlieb | Konami Corporation Franchise : Q*Bert Platform : PlayStation | Dreamcast | Game Boy Color | PC | Commodore 64 | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Odyssey 2 | Atari 5200 | Arcade | PlayStation Network (PS3) | iPhone | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000 | MSX
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Wizadore

Wizadore

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A fantasy themed side-scrolling platformer.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Space Pilot

Space Pilot

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This 1983 Commodore 64 release was an accurate, but unlicensed clone of Konami's arcade classic, Time Pilot.

Developer : Superior Software Franchise : Space Pilot Platform : Commodore 64 | BBC Micro
More Share
Pipeline

Pipeline

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A game for the BBC Micro.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : PC | BBC Micro
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Superman: Man Of Steel

Superman: Man Of Steel

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In the PC only Man of Steel, Players control Superman through 7 levels of 3D flying, overhead vertical scrolling and sidescrolling secitons.

Developer : Tynesoft Computer Software Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Apple II | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
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Ravenskull

Ravenskull

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Ravenskull is a fantasy graphic adventure game released by Superior Software for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Adventureland

Adventureland

39 years old - 31 Dec 1978

Adventureland was the first text adventure game released for home computers. It is also the first work by Scott Adams.

Developer : Adventure International Franchise : Platform : Apple II | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | TI-99/4A | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | NEC PC-8801 | BBC Micro | NEC PC-9801
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Lunar Rescue

Lunar Rescue

38 years old - 30 Sep 1979

This 1979 Taito arcade game challenged the player to set down on a narrow landing pad at the bottom of the screen, rescue a stranded astronaut, and return to the mothership at the top of the screen. Meteors and hostile aliens added considerably to the challenge.

Developer : Taito Corporation Franchise : Platform : Arcade | BBC Micro
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Centipede

Centipede

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

Centipede is a vertical shooter in which you must destroy centipedes and other bugs before they reach the bottom of the screen and destroy you.

Developer : Superior Software | Accolade, Inc. | Handheld Games | Atari | The Code Monkeys Ltd. | Leaping Lizard Software, Inc. | Mondo Media | Westlake Interactive Franchise : Centipede Platform : Game Boy | Game Boy Advance | Apple II | Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Atari 5200 | Atari 7800 | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | Mac | PlayStation | Dreamcast
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Asteroids Deluxe

Asteroids Deluxe

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

The sequel to the hit arcade game, Asteroids, it was released in 1980 by Atari. Just as in its predecessor, players are tasked with destroying the dangerous space rocks in an asteroid field without crashing into any or being shot down by malevolent UFOs.

Developer : Paradox Software Franchise : Asteroids Platform : Atari ST | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone
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Gorf

Gorf

36 years old - 28 Feb 1981

Gorf is a multi-mission fixed shooter featuring five screens. Each of these five missions has its own distinct enemies and rules of play.

Developer : Nutting Associates Franchise : Platform : Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | Atari 5200 | Arcade | BBC Micro
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Frogger

Frogger

36 years old - 30 Jun 1981

Frogger is a classic arcade game with a simple objective: safely maneuver your frog across a busy highway and a deadly river without getting squished!

Developer : Konami Corporation | Guerrilla Cambridge Franchise : Frogger Platform : Game Boy | Genesis | Super Nintendo Entertainment System | Apple II | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Odyssey 2 | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | Atari 5200 | TRS-80 CoCo | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | iPhone | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | PlayStation | PC
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Welcome

Welcome

36 years old - 30 Sep 1981

Welcome is an introductory mini-game collection and software sampler that was included as standard with the BBC Microcomputer. It features a bat-and-ball game, a pattern generator and a biorhythms program.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Castle of Riddles

Castle of Riddles

35 years old - 31 Mar 1982

Castle of Riddles is a text-adventure game, first released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It was primarily written and designed by Peter Killworth.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro | Acorn Archimedes
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Arcadians

Arcadians

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Arcadians is a shoot 'em up developed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released by Acornsoft in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's Galaxian.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Cube Master

Cube Master

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Cube Master is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released in 1982. In it you must solve a virtual Rubik's Cube.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Sliding-Block Puzzles

Sliding-Block Puzzles

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Sliding-Block Puzzles is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro, released by Acornsoft in 1982. The game is a sliding puzzle with six different pictures.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Countdown to Doom

Countdown to Doom

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Countdown to Doom is a text-adventure, designed and written by Peter Killworth, originally for the BBC Micro. It is the first in Killworth's "Doom" trilogy.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : Atari ST | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
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Snapper

Snapper

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Snapper is an puzzle maze game released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's arcade classic, Pac-Man.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Firien Wood

Firien Wood

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A text-based adventure game by MP Soft. It was released in 1982 for the BBC Micro.

Developer : MP Soft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Maze

Maze

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A first-person maze game where players are attempting to steal secret information from a rival company.

Developer : Apple Inc. | Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : iPod | BBC Micro
More Share
Starship Command

Starship Command

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Starship Command is a spacefaring video game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. It is reminiscent of games such as Elite and Star Raiders.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Hopper

Hopper

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Hopper is an arcade-style puzzle game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. Functionally, it is a gameplay clone of Frogger or Freeway.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Hyper Sports

Hyper Sports

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An early sports game from Konami, this was released on a variety of platforms in 1984.

Developer : Konami Corporation Franchise : Track & Field Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Arcade | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000
More Share
Gremlins: The Adventure

Gremlins: The Adventure

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Gremlins: The Adventure is a text adventure games based on the film "Gremlins". It takes place in one house, in which there are many gremlins that the player must eliminate.

Developer : Franchise : Gremlins Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Helter Skelter

Helter Skelter

-

no description

Developer : The Assembly Line Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Gyroscope

Gyroscope

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Gyroscope is a Marble Madness clone where the players take control of a gyroscope as opposed to a marble. It is presented in a 3D isometric perspective and has similar hazards as seen in Marble Madness.

Developer : Catalyst Coders Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Mega-Apocalypse

Mega-Apocalypse

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Mega-Apocalypse is a single-screen shooter that was released for 8-bit computers. A sequel to Crazy Comets, itself heavily "inspired" by Atari's Mad Planets, Mega-Apocalypse asked one thing of its players. Wholesale planetary destruction.

Developer : Martech Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Confuzion

Confuzion

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Confuzion is a puzzle game.

Developer : Incentive Software Ltd. Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Thrust

Thrust

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Arcade style game developed by Jeremy Smith and released in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | Vectrex | BBC Micro
More Share
Q*Bert

Q*Bert

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Q*Bert is one of the many popular retro 70's games released for systems like the dreamcast and the Playstation.

Developer : Pipe Dream Interactive | Artech Studios | Gottlieb | Konami Corporation Franchise : Q*Bert Platform : PlayStation | Dreamcast | Game Boy Color | PC | Commodore 64 | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Odyssey 2 | Atari 5200 | Arcade | PlayStation Network (PS3) | iPhone | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000 | MSX
More Share
Wizadore

Wizadore

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A fantasy themed side-scrolling platformer.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Space Pilot

Space Pilot

-

This 1983 Commodore 64 release was an accurate, but unlicensed clone of Konami's arcade classic, Time Pilot.

Developer : Superior Software Franchise : Space Pilot Platform : Commodore 64 | BBC Micro
More Share
Pipeline

Pipeline

-

A game for the BBC Micro.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Superman: Man Of Steel

Superman: Man Of Steel

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In the PC only Man of Steel, Players control Superman through 7 levels of 3D flying, overhead vertical scrolling and sidescrolling secitons.

Developer : Tynesoft Computer Software Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Apple II | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Ravenskull

Ravenskull

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Ravenskull is a fantasy graphic adventure game released by Superior Software for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Adventureland

Adventureland

39 years old - 31 Dec 1978

Adventureland was the first text adventure game released for home computers. It is also the first work by Scott Adams.

Developer : Adventure International Franchise : Platform : Apple II | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | TI-99/4A | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | NEC PC-8801 | BBC Micro | NEC PC-9801
More Share
Lunar Rescue

Lunar Rescue

38 years old - 30 Sep 1979

This 1979 Taito arcade game challenged the player to set down on a narrow landing pad at the bottom of the screen, rescue a stranded astronaut, and return to the mothership at the top of the screen. Meteors and hostile aliens added considerably to the challenge.

Developer : Taito Corporation Franchise : Platform : Arcade | BBC Micro
More Share
Centipede

Centipede

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

Centipede is a vertical shooter in which you must destroy centipedes and other bugs before they reach the bottom of the screen and destroy you.

Developer : Superior Software | Accolade, Inc. | Handheld Games | Atari | The Code Monkeys Ltd. | Leaping Lizard Software, Inc. | Mondo Media | Westlake Interactive Franchise : Centipede Platform : Game Boy | Game Boy Advance | Apple II | Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Atari 5200 | Atari 7800 | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | Mac | PlayStation | Dreamcast
More Share
Asteroids Deluxe

Asteroids Deluxe

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

The sequel to the hit arcade game, Asteroids, it was released in 1980 by Atari. Just as in its predecessor, players are tasked with destroying the dangerous space rocks in an asteroid field without crashing into any or being shot down by malevolent UFOs.

Developer : Paradox Software Franchise : Asteroids Platform : Atari ST | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone
More Share
Gorf

Gorf

36 years old - 28 Feb 1981

Gorf is a multi-mission fixed shooter featuring five screens. Each of these five missions has its own distinct enemies and rules of play.

Developer : Nutting Associates Franchise : Platform : Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | Atari 5200 | Arcade | BBC Micro
More Share
Frogger

Frogger

36 years old - 30 Jun 1981

Frogger is a classic arcade game with a simple objective: safely maneuver your frog across a busy highway and a deadly river without getting squished!

Developer : Konami Corporation | Guerrilla Cambridge Franchise : Frogger Platform : Game Boy | Genesis | Super Nintendo Entertainment System | Apple II | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Odyssey 2 | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | Atari 5200 | TRS-80 CoCo | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | iPhone | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | PlayStation | PC
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Welcome

Welcome

36 years old - 30 Sep 1981

Welcome is an introductory mini-game collection and software sampler that was included as standard with the BBC Microcomputer. It features a bat-and-ball game, a pattern generator and a biorhythms program.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Castle of Riddles

Castle of Riddles

35 years old - 31 Mar 1982

Castle of Riddles is a text-adventure game, first released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It was primarily written and designed by Peter Killworth.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro | Acorn Archimedes
More Share
Arcadians

Arcadians

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Arcadians is a shoot 'em up developed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released by Acornsoft in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's Galaxian.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Cube Master

Cube Master

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Cube Master is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released in 1982. In it you must solve a virtual Rubik's Cube.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Sliding-Block Puzzles

Sliding-Block Puzzles

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Sliding-Block Puzzles is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro, released by Acornsoft in 1982. The game is a sliding puzzle with six different pictures.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Countdown to Doom

Countdown to Doom

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Countdown to Doom is a text-adventure, designed and written by Peter Killworth, originally for the BBC Micro. It is the first in Killworth's "Doom" trilogy.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : Atari ST | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Snapper

Snapper

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Snapper is an puzzle maze game released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's arcade classic, Pac-Man.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Firien Wood

Firien Wood

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A text-based adventure game by MP Soft. It was released in 1982 for the BBC Micro.

Developer : MP Soft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Maze

Maze

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A first-person maze game where players are attempting to steal secret information from a rival company.

Developer : Apple Inc. | Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : iPod | BBC Micro
More Share
Starship Command

Starship Command

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Starship Command is a spacefaring video game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. It is reminiscent of games such as Elite and Star Raiders.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Hopper

Hopper

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Hopper is an arcade-style puzzle game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. Functionally, it is a gameplay clone of Frogger or Freeway.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Hyper Sports

Hyper Sports

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An early sports game from Konami, this was released on a variety of platforms in 1984.

Developer : Konami Corporation Franchise : Track & Field Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Arcade | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000
More Share
Gremlins: The Adventure

Gremlins: The Adventure

-

Gremlins: The Adventure is a text adventure games based on the film "Gremlins". It takes place in one house, in which there are many gremlins that the player must eliminate.

Developer : Franchise : Gremlins Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Helter Skelter

Helter Skelter

-

no description

Developer : The Assembly Line Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Gyroscope

Gyroscope

-

Gyroscope is a Marble Madness clone where the players take control of a gyroscope as opposed to a marble. It is presented in a 3D isometric perspective and has similar hazards as seen in Marble Madness.

Developer : Catalyst Coders Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Mega-Apocalypse

Mega-Apocalypse

-

Mega-Apocalypse is a single-screen shooter that was released for 8-bit computers. A sequel to Crazy Comets, itself heavily "inspired" by Atari's Mad Planets, Mega-Apocalypse asked one thing of its players. Wholesale planetary destruction.

Developer : Martech Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Confuzion

Confuzion

-

Confuzion is a puzzle game.

Developer : Incentive Software Ltd. Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Thrust

Thrust

-

Arcade style game developed by Jeremy Smith and released in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | Vectrex | BBC Micro
More Share
Q*Bert

Q*Bert

-

Q*Bert is one of the many popular retro 70's games released for systems like the dreamcast and the Playstation.

Developer : Pipe Dream Interactive | Artech Studios | Gottlieb | Konami Corporation Franchise : Q*Bert Platform : PlayStation | Dreamcast | Game Boy Color | PC | Commodore 64 | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Odyssey 2 | Atari 5200 | Arcade | PlayStation Network (PS3) | iPhone | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000 | MSX
More Share
Wizadore

Wizadore

-

A fantasy themed side-scrolling platformer.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Space Pilot

Space Pilot

-

This 1983 Commodore 64 release was an accurate, but unlicensed clone of Konami's arcade classic, Time Pilot.

Developer : Superior Software Franchise : Space Pilot Platform : Commodore 64 | BBC Micro
More Share
Pipeline

Pipeline

-

A game for the BBC Micro.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Superman: Man Of Steel

Superman: Man Of Steel

-

In the PC only Man of Steel, Players control Superman through 7 levels of 3D flying, overhead vertical scrolling and sidescrolling secitons.

Developer : Tynesoft Computer Software Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Apple II | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Ravenskull

Ravenskull

-

Ravenskull is a fantasy graphic adventure game released by Superior Software for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Adventureland

Adventureland

39 years old - 31 Dec 1978

Adventureland was the first text adventure game released for home computers. It is also the first work by Scott Adams.

Developer : Adventure International Franchise : Platform : Apple II | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | TI-99/4A | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | NEC PC-8801 | BBC Micro | NEC PC-9801
More Share
Lunar Rescue

Lunar Rescue

38 years old - 30 Sep 1979

This 1979 Taito arcade game challenged the player to set down on a narrow landing pad at the bottom of the screen, rescue a stranded astronaut, and return to the mothership at the top of the screen. Meteors and hostile aliens added considerably to the challenge.

Developer : Taito Corporation Franchise : Platform : Arcade | BBC Micro
More Share
Centipede

Centipede

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

Centipede is a vertical shooter in which you must destroy centipedes and other bugs before they reach the bottom of the screen and destroy you.

Developer : Superior Software | Accolade, Inc. | Handheld Games | Atari | The Code Monkeys Ltd. | Leaping Lizard Software, Inc. | Mondo Media | Westlake Interactive Franchise : Centipede Platform : Game Boy | Game Boy Advance | Apple II | Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Atari 5200 | Atari 7800 | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | Mac | PlayStation | Dreamcast
More Share
Asteroids Deluxe

Asteroids Deluxe

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

The sequel to the hit arcade game, Asteroids, it was released in 1980 by Atari. Just as in its predecessor, players are tasked with destroying the dangerous space rocks in an asteroid field without crashing into any or being shot down by malevolent UFOs.

Developer : Paradox Software Franchise : Asteroids Platform : Atari ST | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone
More Share
Gorf

Gorf

36 years old - 28 Feb 1981

Gorf is a multi-mission fixed shooter featuring five screens. Each of these five missions has its own distinct enemies and rules of play.

Developer : Nutting Associates Franchise : Platform : Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | Atari 5200 | Arcade | BBC Micro
More Share
Frogger

Frogger

36 years old - 30 Jun 1981

Frogger is a classic arcade game with a simple objective: safely maneuver your frog across a busy highway and a deadly river without getting squished!

Developer : Konami Corporation | Guerrilla Cambridge Franchise : Frogger Platform : Game Boy | Genesis | Super Nintendo Entertainment System | Apple II | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Odyssey 2 | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | Atari 5200 | TRS-80 CoCo | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | iPhone | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | PlayStation | PC
More Share
Welcome

Welcome

36 years old - 30 Sep 1981

Welcome is an introductory mini-game collection and software sampler that was included as standard with the BBC Microcomputer. It features a bat-and-ball game, a pattern generator and a biorhythms program.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Castle of Riddles

Castle of Riddles

35 years old - 31 Mar 1982

Castle of Riddles is a text-adventure game, first released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It was primarily written and designed by Peter Killworth.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro | Acorn Archimedes
More Share
Arcadians

Arcadians

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Arcadians is a shoot 'em up developed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released by Acornsoft in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's Galaxian.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Cube Master

Cube Master

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Cube Master is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released in 1982. In it you must solve a virtual Rubik's Cube.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Sliding-Block Puzzles

Sliding-Block Puzzles

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Sliding-Block Puzzles is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro, released by Acornsoft in 1982. The game is a sliding puzzle with six different pictures.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Countdown to Doom

Countdown to Doom

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Countdown to Doom is a text-adventure, designed and written by Peter Killworth, originally for the BBC Micro. It is the first in Killworth's "Doom" trilogy.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : Atari ST | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Snapper

Snapper

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Snapper is an puzzle maze game released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's arcade classic, Pac-Man.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Firien Wood

Firien Wood

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A text-based adventure game by MP Soft. It was released in 1982 for the BBC Micro.

Developer : MP Soft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Maze

Maze

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A first-person maze game where players are attempting to steal secret information from a rival company.

Developer : Apple Inc. | Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : iPod | BBC Micro
More Share
Starship Command

Starship Command

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Starship Command is a spacefaring video game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. It is reminiscent of games such as Elite and Star Raiders.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Hopper

Hopper

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Hopper is an arcade-style puzzle game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. Functionally, it is a gameplay clone of Frogger or Freeway.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Hyper Sports

Hyper Sports

-

An early sports game from Konami, this was released on a variety of platforms in 1984.

Developer : Konami Corporation Franchise : Track & Field Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Arcade | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000
More Share
Gremlins: The Adventure

Gremlins: The Adventure

-

Gremlins: The Adventure is a text adventure games based on the film "Gremlins". It takes place in one house, in which there are many gremlins that the player must eliminate.

Developer : Franchise : Gremlins Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Helter Skelter

Helter Skelter

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no description

Developer : The Assembly Line Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
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Gyroscope

Gyroscope

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Gyroscope is a Marble Madness clone where the players take control of a gyroscope as opposed to a marble. It is presented in a 3D isometric perspective and has similar hazards as seen in Marble Madness.

Developer : Catalyst Coders Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Mega-Apocalypse

Mega-Apocalypse

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Mega-Apocalypse is a single-screen shooter that was released for 8-bit computers. A sequel to Crazy Comets, itself heavily "inspired" by Atari's Mad Planets, Mega-Apocalypse asked one thing of its players. Wholesale planetary destruction.

Developer : Martech Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Confuzion

Confuzion

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Confuzion is a puzzle game.

Developer : Incentive Software Ltd. Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Thrust

Thrust

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Arcade style game developed by Jeremy Smith and released in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | Vectrex | BBC Micro
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Q*Bert

Q*Bert

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Q*Bert is one of the many popular retro 70's games released for systems like the dreamcast and the Playstation.

Developer : Pipe Dream Interactive | Artech Studios | Gottlieb | Konami Corporation Franchise : Q*Bert Platform : PlayStation | Dreamcast | Game Boy Color | PC | Commodore 64 | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Odyssey 2 | Atari 5200 | Arcade | PlayStation Network (PS3) | iPhone | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000 | MSX
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Wizadore

Wizadore

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A fantasy themed side-scrolling platformer.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Space Pilot

Space Pilot

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This 1983 Commodore 64 release was an accurate, but unlicensed clone of Konami's arcade classic, Time Pilot.

Developer : Superior Software Franchise : Space Pilot Platform : Commodore 64 | BBC Micro
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Pipeline

Pipeline

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A game for the BBC Micro.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : PC | BBC Micro
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Superman: Man Of Steel

Superman: Man Of Steel

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In the PC only Man of Steel, Players control Superman through 7 levels of 3D flying, overhead vertical scrolling and sidescrolling secitons.

Developer : Tynesoft Computer Software Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Apple II | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
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Ravenskull

Ravenskull

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Ravenskull is a fantasy graphic adventure game released by Superior Software for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Adventureland

Adventureland

39 years old - 31 Dec 1978

Adventureland was the first text adventure game released for home computers. It is also the first work by Scott Adams.

Developer : Adventure International Franchise : Platform : Apple II | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | TI-99/4A | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | NEC PC-8801 | BBC Micro | NEC PC-9801
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Lunar Rescue

Lunar Rescue

38 years old - 30 Sep 1979

This 1979 Taito arcade game challenged the player to set down on a narrow landing pad at the bottom of the screen, rescue a stranded astronaut, and return to the mothership at the top of the screen. Meteors and hostile aliens added considerably to the challenge.

Developer : Taito Corporation Franchise : Platform : Arcade | BBC Micro
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Centipede

Centipede

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

Centipede is a vertical shooter in which you must destroy centipedes and other bugs before they reach the bottom of the screen and destroy you.

Developer : Superior Software | Accolade, Inc. | Handheld Games | Atari | The Code Monkeys Ltd. | Leaping Lizard Software, Inc. | Mondo Media | Westlake Interactive Franchise : Centipede Platform : Game Boy | Game Boy Advance | Apple II | Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Atari 5200 | Atari 7800 | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | Mac | PlayStation | Dreamcast
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Asteroids Deluxe

Asteroids Deluxe

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

The sequel to the hit arcade game, Asteroids, it was released in 1980 by Atari. Just as in its predecessor, players are tasked with destroying the dangerous space rocks in an asteroid field without crashing into any or being shot down by malevolent UFOs.

Developer : Paradox Software Franchise : Asteroids Platform : Atari ST | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone
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Gorf

Gorf

36 years old - 28 Feb 1981

Gorf is a multi-mission fixed shooter featuring five screens. Each of these five missions has its own distinct enemies and rules of play.

Developer : Nutting Associates Franchise : Platform : Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | Atari 5200 | Arcade | BBC Micro
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Frogger

Frogger

36 years old - 30 Jun 1981

Frogger is a classic arcade game with a simple objective: safely maneuver your frog across a busy highway and a deadly river without getting squished!

Developer : Konami Corporation | Guerrilla Cambridge Franchise : Frogger Platform : Game Boy | Genesis | Super Nintendo Entertainment System | Apple II | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Odyssey 2 | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | Atari 5200 | TRS-80 CoCo | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | iPhone | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | PlayStation | PC
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Welcome

Welcome

36 years old - 30 Sep 1981

Welcome is an introductory mini-game collection and software sampler that was included as standard with the BBC Microcomputer. It features a bat-and-ball game, a pattern generator and a biorhythms program.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Castle of Riddles

Castle of Riddles

35 years old - 31 Mar 1982

Castle of Riddles is a text-adventure game, first released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It was primarily written and designed by Peter Killworth.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro | Acorn Archimedes
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Arcadians

Arcadians

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Arcadians is a shoot 'em up developed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released by Acornsoft in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's Galaxian.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Cube Master

Cube Master

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Cube Master is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released in 1982. In it you must solve a virtual Rubik's Cube.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Sliding-Block Puzzles

Sliding-Block Puzzles

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Sliding-Block Puzzles is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro, released by Acornsoft in 1982. The game is a sliding puzzle with six different pictures.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Countdown to Doom

Countdown to Doom

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Countdown to Doom is a text-adventure, designed and written by Peter Killworth, originally for the BBC Micro. It is the first in Killworth's "Doom" trilogy.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : Atari ST | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
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Snapper

Snapper

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Snapper is an puzzle maze game released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's arcade classic, Pac-Man.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Firien Wood

Firien Wood

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A text-based adventure game by MP Soft. It was released in 1982 for the BBC Micro.

Developer : MP Soft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Maze

Maze

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A first-person maze game where players are attempting to steal secret information from a rival company.

Developer : Apple Inc. | Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : iPod | BBC Micro
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Starship Command

Starship Command

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Starship Command is a spacefaring video game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. It is reminiscent of games such as Elite and Star Raiders.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Hopper

Hopper

34 years old - 31 Mar 1983

Hopper is an arcade-style puzzle game designed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. Functionally, it is a gameplay clone of Frogger or Freeway.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Hyper Sports

Hyper Sports

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An early sports game from Konami, this was released on a variety of platforms in 1984.

Developer : Konami Corporation Franchise : Track & Field Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Arcade | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000
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Gremlins: The Adventure

Gremlins: The Adventure

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Gremlins: The Adventure is a text adventure games based on the film "Gremlins". It takes place in one house, in which there are many gremlins that the player must eliminate.

Developer : Franchise : Gremlins Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Helter Skelter

Helter Skelter

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no description

Developer : The Assembly Line Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
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Gyroscope

Gyroscope

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Gyroscope is a Marble Madness clone where the players take control of a gyroscope as opposed to a marble. It is presented in a 3D isometric perspective and has similar hazards as seen in Marble Madness.

Developer : Catalyst Coders Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
More Share
Mega-Apocalypse

Mega-Apocalypse

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Mega-Apocalypse is a single-screen shooter that was released for 8-bit computers. A sequel to Crazy Comets, itself heavily "inspired" by Atari's Mad Planets, Mega-Apocalypse asked one thing of its players. Wholesale planetary destruction.

Developer : Martech Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Confuzion

Confuzion

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Confuzion is a puzzle game.

Developer : Incentive Software Ltd. Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | BBC Micro
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Thrust

Thrust

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Arcade style game developed by Jeremy Smith and released in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : Amstrad CPC | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | Vectrex | BBC Micro
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Q*Bert

Q*Bert

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Q*Bert is one of the many popular retro 70's games released for systems like the dreamcast and the Playstation.

Developer : Pipe Dream Interactive | Artech Studios | Gottlieb | Konami Corporation Franchise : Q*Bert Platform : PlayStation | Dreamcast | Game Boy Color | PC | Commodore 64 | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Odyssey 2 | Atari 5200 | Arcade | PlayStation Network (PS3) | iPhone | BBC Micro | Sega SG-1000 | MSX
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Wizadore

Wizadore

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A fantasy themed side-scrolling platformer.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Space Pilot

Space Pilot

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This 1983 Commodore 64 release was an accurate, but unlicensed clone of Konami's arcade classic, Time Pilot.

Developer : Superior Software Franchise : Space Pilot Platform : Commodore 64 | BBC Micro
More Share
Pipeline

Pipeline

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A game for the BBC Micro.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : PC | BBC Micro
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Superman: Man Of Steel

Superman: Man Of Steel

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In the PC only Man of Steel, Players control Superman through 7 levels of 3D flying, overhead vertical scrolling and sidescrolling secitons.

Developer : Tynesoft Computer Software Franchise : Platform : Amiga | Amstrad CPC | Apple II | Atari ST | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
More Share
Ravenskull

Ravenskull

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Ravenskull is a fantasy graphic adventure game released by Superior Software for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron in 1986.

Developer : Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Adventureland

Adventureland

39 years old - 31 Dec 1978

Adventureland was the first text adventure game released for home computers. It is also the first work by Scott Adams.

Developer : Adventure International Franchise : Platform : Apple II | Commodore 64 | ZX Spectrum | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | TI-99/4A | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | NEC PC-8801 | BBC Micro | NEC PC-9801
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Lunar Rescue

Lunar Rescue

38 years old - 30 Sep 1979

This 1979 Taito arcade game challenged the player to set down on a narrow landing pad at the bottom of the screen, rescue a stranded astronaut, and return to the mothership at the top of the screen. Meteors and hostile aliens added considerably to the challenge.

Developer : Taito Corporation Franchise : Platform : Arcade | BBC Micro
More Share
Centipede

Centipede

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

Centipede is a vertical shooter in which you must destroy centipedes and other bugs before they reach the bottom of the screen and destroy you.

Developer : Superior Software | Accolade, Inc. | Handheld Games | Atari | The Code Monkeys Ltd. | Leaping Lizard Software, Inc. | Mondo Media | Westlake Interactive Franchise : Centipede Platform : Game Boy | Game Boy Advance | Apple II | Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Atari 5200 | Atari 7800 | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | Mac | PlayStation | Dreamcast
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Asteroids Deluxe

Asteroids Deluxe

37 years old - 31 Dec 1980

The sequel to the hit arcade game, Asteroids, it was released in 1980 by Atari. Just as in its predecessor, players are tasked with destroying the dangerous space rocks in an asteroid field without crashing into any or being shot down by malevolent UFOs.

Developer : Paradox Software Franchise : Asteroids Platform : Atari ST | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | PC | BBC Micro | Windows Phone
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Gorf

Gorf

36 years old - 28 Feb 1981

Gorf is a multi-mission fixed shooter featuring five screens. Each of these five missions has its own distinct enemies and rules of play.

Developer : Nutting Associates Franchise : Platform : Commodore 64 | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | Atari 5200 | Arcade | BBC Micro
More Share
Frogger

Frogger

36 years old - 30 Jun 1981

Frogger is a classic arcade game with a simple objective: safely maneuver your frog across a busy highway and a deadly river without getting squished!

Developer : Konami Corporation | Guerrilla Cambridge Franchise : Frogger Platform : Game Boy | Genesis | Super Nintendo Entertainment System | Apple II | Commodore 64 | MSX | ZX Spectrum | Nintendo Entertainment System | Atari 8-bit | VIC-20 | Atari 2600 | ColecoVision | TI-99/4A | Intellivision | Game Boy Color | Odyssey 2 | Dragon 32/64 | TRS-80 | Atari 5200 | TRS-80 CoCo | Game.Com | Arcade | Xbox 360 Games Store | iPhone | BBC Micro | Windows Phone | PlayStation | PC
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Welcome

Welcome

36 years old - 30 Sep 1981

Welcome is an introductory mini-game collection and software sampler that was included as standard with the BBC Microcomputer. It features a bat-and-ball game, a pattern generator and a biorhythms program.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
More Share
Castle of Riddles

Castle of Riddles

35 years old - 31 Mar 1982

Castle of Riddles is a text-adventure game, first released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It was primarily written and designed by Peter Killworth.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro | Acorn Archimedes
More Share
Arcadians

Arcadians

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Arcadians is a shoot 'em up developed for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released by Acornsoft in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's Galaxian.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Cube Master

Cube Master

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Cube Master is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, released in 1982. In it you must solve a virtual Rubik's Cube.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Sliding-Block Puzzles

Sliding-Block Puzzles

35 years old - 30 Jun 1982

Sliding-Block Puzzles is a puzzle game for the BBC Micro, released by Acornsoft in 1982. The game is a sliding puzzle with six different pictures.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Countdown to Doom

Countdown to Doom

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Countdown to Doom is a text-adventure, designed and written by Peter Killworth, originally for the BBC Micro. It is the first in Killworth's "Doom" trilogy.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : Atari ST | ZX Spectrum | PC | BBC Micro
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Snapper

Snapper

35 years old - 30 Sep 1982

Snapper is an puzzle maze game released for the BBC Micro in 1982. It is a gameplay clone of Namco's arcade classic, Pac-Man.

Developer : Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Firien Wood

Firien Wood

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A text-based adventure game by MP Soft. It was released in 1982 for the BBC Micro.

Developer : MP Soft Franchise : Platform : BBC Micro
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Maze

Maze

35 years old - 31 Dec 1982

A first-person maze game where players are attempting to steal secret information from a rival company.

Developer : Apple Inc. | Acornsoft Franchise : Platform : iPod | BBC Micro
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