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Wrath of Sona, The

Views: 12,0761999FreewareRole Playing (RPG) Lost socK Software
Wrath of Sona is a classic-style turn-based RPG developed in QuickBasic (as is evident by the fact that the source code … VIEW

Worm Wars 3

Views: 12,0742006FreewareAction Christian Knudsen
Worm Wars 3 will look somewhat familiar to anyone who played the classic QBasic game Nibbles, but it includes many … VIEW

Mazeball

Views: 12,0711991FreewareTraditional (Board Games) Eric G Henson
Mazeball is a virtual "tilt maze" where the object is to roll a ball through a wooden maze by tilting the board, while … VIEW

Tetris Pro

Views: 12,0651997FreewareTetris Style Craig Rothwell
Tetris Pro is a nice looking Tetris clone with some additional options that may interest Tetris fans. It includes … VIEW
Tags: tetris  puzzle

Duracell: Run the Bunny

Views: 12,0611996Freeware3D Shooting Adware InteractiveDuracell
Run the Bunny is a terrible game. It was created as an advertisement / marketing ploy for Duracell in the mid 90's. … VIEW

Quest ][

Views: 12,0561996SharewareRole Playing (RPG) Russian Under Ware Inc
This game shares the same name as two other games on this website, so if this isn't the one you're looking for, try one … VIEW

Bat 'n Ball

Views: 12,0391994SharewareBall & Paddle Button Soft
This is a clone of the Atari arcade / console game Warlords. It's like Breakout, with a big twist: Here you must guard … VIEW

Lock 'N' Chase

Views: 12,0301995FreewareClassic Dungeon Dwellers Design
As you might expect from the name, this is a clone of the Atari 2600 game Lock 'N' Chase. (I recall playing it on the … VIEW

Shigeru Land

Views: 12,0251998FreewareSidescrolling Par Johannesson
The Great Giana Sisters was a Super Mario Bros rip-off from the late 1980's which was pulled from stores after pressure … VIEW

Chronicles of Galia: The First Mission

Views: 12,0032007FreewareRole Playing (RPG) Juan Pablo Peloso
Chronicles of Galia: The First Mission is a turn-based RPG created in QBasic. The plot involves retrieving a stolen … VIEW

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