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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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Commander Keen 4: Secret of the Oracle

Views: 1,6621991SharewareSidescrolling iD SoftwareApogee Software
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

Views: 1,3601991DemoSidescrolling iD SoftwareFormGen
This demo (3 playable levels) version of the 6th episode in the popular Commander Keen series continues the adventures … VIEW

Commander Keen: Keen Dreams

Keen Dreams is sometimes referred to as Keen 3.5, because it was made between the first trilogy of Keen games and … 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

Cosmo's Cosmic Adventure

Views: 1,0041992SharewareSidescrolling Apogee Software
Cosmo's Cosmic Adventure is one of Apogee's great EGA sidescrollers. Having been apparently abandoned by his parents, … VIEW

Crazy Drake

Crazy Drake is a duck / superhero who clearly is aspiring to be Earthworm Jim. The SNES / Genesis game starring an … VIEW

Crystal Caves

Views: 1,0711990SharewareSidescrolling Apogee Software
An interesting (although in many ways average) EGA sidescroller created by Apogee right around the same time as the … VIEW

Crystal Jane

Views: 6492004FreewareSidescrolling Upr00ted Tree Software
This platforming game is as basic as it gets. It seems like a "first game" sort of project that, while incredibly … VIEW

Dangerous Dave

Before creating Keen, Wolfenstein, and Doom, John Romero was programming small games for SoftDisk, which back then … VIEW

Dark Ages: Volume 1, Prince of Destiny

This game was pretty high tech back in '91. Today, Dark Ages seems a little dated, and gameplay-wise it doesn't have … VIEW

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