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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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Captain Comic

Views: 2451989SharewareSidescrolling Michael A. Denio
One of my first experiences with 'shareware' way back a couple of months before we'd even purchased our old 2400baud … VIEW

Charlie II

Views: 1922003DemoSidescrolling Wiering Software
Charlie II is the sequel to Wiering Software's "Charlie the Duck". As such, it's similar to the original game. Very … VIEW

Charlie the Duck

Views: 2582000SharewareSidescrolling Wiering Software
As soon as you run this game, you can tell it's going to be an experience that's higher quality than your average … VIEW

Chickie Egg

Views: 1781995FreewareSidescrolling Criterion Software
This remake of a somewhat obscure computer game ("Chuckie Egg", which itself has similarities to Jumpman) features … VIEW

Clyde's Adventure

Views: 1771994SharewareSidescrolling Moonlite Software
Clyde's Adventure is the first in the (short) series of Clyde games (followed by Clyde's Revenge). The game is quite … VIEW

Clyde's Revenge

Views: 1751995SharewareSidescrolling Moonlite Software
A relaxing platformer where the emphasis is on collecting items and making tricky jumps, as well as solving simple … VIEW

Commander Keen 1: Invasion of the Vorticons

This is the first game (the shareware one) in the original Commander Keen series, "Commander Keen in Invasion of the … VIEW

Commander Keen 4: Secret of the Oracle

Commander Keen Secret of the Oracle is the well-received fourth episode in the Commander Keen series. (The series this … VIEW

Commander Keen 6: Aliens Ate My Babysitter

This demo (3 playable levels) version of the 6th episode in the popular Commander Keen series continues the adventures … VIEW

Cool Spot

Cool Spot, the former mascot for the 7UP soft drink, starred in his own video game which appeared on several computer … VIEW

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