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Gateworld

Views: 1,3471995SharewareSidescrolling Homebrew Software
My first thought when playing this game was "Alright! It looks like Duke Nukem!". GateWorld has undoubtedly been largely … VIEW

Game With No Name

Views: 1,1091995FreewareSidescrolling Darren Heaton
This is a quite interesting and unique text-mode game. (That is, a game created using only the ASCII character set.) … VIEW

Framed

Views: 1,0231995SharewareSidescrolling Machination
Framed is an unusual platforming / adventure game. The story is that you have been FRAMED, and your mission is to escape … VIEW

Fire & Ice

A VGA run'n'jumper with nice graphics and a neat premise: You ("Cool Coyote"?) throw ice balls at enemies to freeze … VIEW

Elfland

Views: 1,1351992SharewareSidescrolling Bog Turtle Games
Elfland is a neat little EGA platform game, seemingly inspired by games like Captain Comic and Commander Keen; it looks … VIEW

Electroman

Views: 1,2111994SharewareSidescrolling xLand GamesEpic Megagames
Originally published in Poland under the name "Electro Body", this is one of the games that Epic Megagames (in their … VIEW

Duke Nukem II

Views: 2,7471993SharewareSidescrolling Apogee Software
Between the original, classic Duke and the kickass Duke Nukem 3D came the unheralded sequel, Duke II. (Which really … VIEW

Duke Nukem

Views: 3,4061991SharewareSidescrolling Apogee Software
One of my all-time favorite action platformers. It just has excellent level design, items, enemies, and interactivity. … VIEW

Doublespyguy

Views: 1,0801990SharewareSidescrolling Jay Carson
DoubleSpyGuy, due to its nature as a text-mode sidescrolling jumping game, features limited graphics, sounds, and … VIEW

Diamond Dash

Views: 1,2151993SharewareSidescrolling David Fleming
Diamond Dash borrows heavily from the classic Lode Runner game. It involves ladders, getting chased by baddies, … VIEW

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