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Category description: Action games focus on fast reflexes and eye-hand coordination. Since the earliest arcade games, video games have required expert timing, memorization, and quick player responses. In contrast to more cerebral text adventures or strategy games, action games get the heart pumping and the pulse racing.
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Meteor

Views: 1,9292001FreewareAction James Bunting
The oddly named Meteor is a really great action/adventure game. As a soldier, you must complete various missions. There … VIEW

Mindcube

Views: 1,1731990SharewareAction Soleau Software
Mindcube is an action / puzzle game from Soleau Software, which is famous for its puzzle games, although this particular … VIEW

Mine Bombers

Views: 1,6781996FreewareAction Skitso Productions
Mine Bombers is a takeoff of the popular "Bomberman" type game, where the object is to run around a playing field … VIEW

Miniwar

Views: 1,2231998SharewareAction Jussi Aittoniemi
This is a two-player battle game in which you and a buddy fight it out using various weapons. The levels you fight on … VIEW

Mirror Maze

Views: 9201989SharewareAction Edson Software
Mirror Maze is an interesting action / puzzle game that looks a little like Pac-Man crossed with Snake, but plays quite … VIEW

Mixed World

Views: 1,5311996FreewareAction Nelson Chu
I was a bit unsure of which category to put this in, as it's sort of a hybrid action/adventure/maze game. It features … VIEW

Mortal Kombat 2

In terms of ports, DOS often received pretty terrible ones in the early days. (See for example Mega Man or Double Dragon … VIEW

Mortal Kombat 3

This demo pre-release version of Mortal Kombat 3 allows you to play as either Jax or Sheeva in a 1-player vs computer, … VIEW

Mr Boom

Views: 1,5381999FreewareAction Remdy Software
Of all of the Bomberman clones I've seen so far, this one is closest to Bomberman in terms of graphics, powerups, … VIEW

Multiplex

Views: 8972007FreewareAction Aestan Software
Multiplex is a text-mode game which plays like a combination of two other text-mode games: Beast and Pyro II. The goal … VIEW

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