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Dark Ages

Views: 3,9771991Full versionSidescrolling Scenario SoftwareApogee Software
This game was pretty high tech back in '91. Today, Dark Ages seems a little dated, and gameplay-wise it doesn't have … VIEW

Dangerous Dave

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

Crystal Caves

Views: 4,7831990SharewareSidescrolling Apogee Software
An interesting (although in many ways average) EGA sidescroller created by Apogee right around the same time as the … VIEW

Cosmo's Cosmic Adventure

Views: 5,4081992SharewareSidescrolling Apogee Software
Cosmo's Cosmic Adventure is one of Apogee's great EGA sidescrollers. Having been apparently abandoned by his parents, … VIEW

Cool Spot

Views: 2,4541994DemoSidescrolling Virgin Interactive
Cool Spot, the former mascot for the 7UP soft drink, starred in his own video game which appeared on several computer … VIEW

Commander Keen 6: Aliens Ate My Babysitter

Views: 7,4241991DemoSidescrolling iD SoftwareFormGen
This demo (3 playable levels) version of the 6th episode in the popular Commander Keen series continues the adventures … VIEW

Commander Keen 4: Secret of the Oracle

Views: 15,9711991SharewareSidescrolling 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 1: Invasion of the Vorticons

Views: 9,8361990SharewareSidescrolling iD SoftwareApogee Software
This is the first game (the shareware one) in the original Commander Keen series, "Commander Keen in Invasion of the … VIEW

Clyde's Revenge

Views: 2,6021995SharewareSidescrolling Moonlite Software
A relaxing platformer where the emphasis is on collecting items and making tricky jumps, as well as solving simple … VIEW

Clyde's Adventure

Views: 2,7841994SharewareSidescrolling 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

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