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Category description: Today more often referred to as a "platformer" or "platform game", Super Mario inspired countless other games where the primary mechanic involves running, jumping, and sometimes even flying around the levels. Commander Keen, the unofficial mascot of the site, was an early example on the PC.
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Tricky Quiky Games

This promotional platform game from Nestle Germany has you running around as the the Nestle Bunny (aka "Quiky") … VIEW

Troy

Views: 2,3611996FreewareSidescrolling JJSoft
Troy is a simple sidescrolling/jumping game that seems more suited to kids or younger game players. It features pretty … VIEW

Tunnelman, The

Views: 1,8481994FreewareSidescrolling Chun-Cheung YIM
The TunnelMan is a platforming game which at first feels a bit like Loderunner but also incorporates the block-falling … VIEW

Turbo Trek

Views: 1,8431993SharewareSidescrolling JDG Simulations Inc
Turbo Trek is a strategy game of tactical starship combat, including many different space battle scenarios to play. The … VIEW

Vigilance on Talos V

Vigilance on Talos V is an obscure Metroid-esque action/platformer set in a sci-fi world where everything is out to kill … VIEW

Vinyl Goddess From Mars

The scantily clad and mildly provocative Vinyl Goddess from Mars will, for many gamers, bring to mind one of the early … VIEW

Volcano Hunter

Volcano Hunter is a port of a TRS-80 game from 1984. Therefore it's rather primitive in many ways, like its use of … VIEW

Willy the Worm

Views: 2,2181985SharewareSidescrolling Alan Farmer
Back in 1985, when this game was released, it was probably quite decent. Today it seems very, very dated. The "graphics" … VIEW

Willy the Worm Part II: The Big Trip Home

Views: 1,6301987SharewareSidescrolling Alan Farmer
Willy the Worm Part II: The Big Trip Home is the sequel to the mostly-unknown Willy the Worm. The gameplay in the second … VIEW

Xargon

Views: 3,9591994Full versionSidescrolling Epic Megagames
Xargon is a side-scrolling platform / action / adventure game from Epic, it looks like it uses a modified version of the … VIEW

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