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Mission: Mainframe

Mission: Mainframe is an interesting strategy / RPG game with a sci-fi / cyberpunk aesthetic. Your goal is to rise … VIEW

Monuments of Mars

Views: 4,0591991Full versionSidescrolling Scenario SoftwareApogee Software
One of two follow ups to the classic Pharoah's Tomb game that uses the same engine (Arctic Adventure is the other one), … VIEW

Psionics

Views: 2941993SharewareRole Playing (RPG) Nachos Software
Psionics is a simple first-person perspective RPG game. You have been taken to the Nexus, a scientific research station … VIEW

Quake

Views: 43,7491996Shareware3D Shooting iD Software
One of the best DOS games ever? Probably! Released as the long-awaited follow up to iD Software's classic DOOM, Quake … VIEW
Tags: 3d  fps  shooter  aliens  scifi

Reaping the Dungeon

Views: 4,0981994SharewareRole Playing (RPG) Frontline Software
This is another Roguelike game, however, this game has a more futuristic theme. You're still exploring maze-like … VIEW

Rise Of The Triad

Views: 9,6291994Shareware3D Shooting Apogee Software
A decent and relatively unknown FPS from Apogee. (Unknown compared to Wolf3D, DOOM, Duke, etc.) It's sort of in-between … VIEW
Tags: 3d  fps  shooter  scifi

Robomaze III: The Dome

Views: 3,2791991Full versionAdventure WetwareMVP Software
Robomaze III is quite different from part 2 in the series. While that game was a platformer, this one is an action … VIEW

Space Adventure

Views: 3,0331988FreewareAction Fireball Software
Space Adventure is a exploration based shooting game that was originally released for the BBC Micro, and ported … VIEW

Star Wars: Dark Forces

Views: 38,9471995Demo3D Shooting LucasArts
A demo version of one of a simply great 3D shooting game that I missed playing when it was originally released. Also … VIEW
Tags: 3d  fps  shooter  aliens  scifi  starwars

Supernova

Views: 3,0331987FreewareAdventure Apogee Software
Supernova is one of the earliest games released under the Apogee Software company name. Programmed by founder Scott … VIEW

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