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Balloons

Max players: 2Views: 15,7801996SharewareEducational / Kids Eugenio Garcia
Balloons is a quick game of logic between two players or one player and the computer. The object is to take turns … VIEW

BananaTron

Max players: 3Views: 9,7721994FreewareAction Thomas G. Hanlin III
BananaTron is a simple 2 or 3 player "snake" type game. (Also similar to "Nibbles" the classic QBasic game.) It's not … VIEW

Baryon

Max players: 2Views: 21,8991995SharewareSpace Shooting ACRO StudioThe Game Factory
Baryon is a little-known shoot-em-up, created by unknown South Korean developer ACRO Studio. The gameplay is similar to … VIEW

Battle Arena Toshinden

Battle Arena Toshinden is a well-known Playstation 1 3D fighting game. It was one of the first games I bought for my … VIEW

Battle Bugs

Max players: 2Views: 15,6901994DemoSimulation / Strategy EpyxSierra On-Line
Battle Bugs is a semi-real-time military strategy game of tactical insect warfare. Your mission is to eliminate the … VIEW

Battle of the Elements

Max players: 4Views: 6,4081996SharewarePuzzle Necrobones
Battle of the Elements is a decent Othello/Reversi clone for four players. (Not three, not two ... you must have four … VIEW

Battleship

Max players: 2Views: 17,8451998SharewareTraditional (Board Games) Timothy C. Benner
Battleship is, not surprisingly, a version of the popular board game of the same name. You place your ships on a grid, … VIEW

Battlezone Tank Game

Max players: 2Views: 9,3911986FreewareClassic Anonymous / Unknown
Battlezone Tank Game is a remake of the Battlezone arcade game, released in 1980 by Atari. The original used vector … VIEW

Beats Of Rage

Max players: 2Views: 92,0271995FreewareAction Senile Team
If you've ever played Streets of Rage (in an arcade or for any of Sega's old home console systems) you'll know what to … VIEW

BIPROLEX+

Max players: 2Views: 2,7661997FreewareBall & Paddle K-D LabStudio Sivers
Biprolex+ is a strange mix of Arkanoid and Tetris, smashing the two games together into a competitive game for two … VIEW

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