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Chesterland Adventure

Views: 6761995FreewareAdventure Garote
Written "as an attempt to learn C", Chesterland Adventure is a hybrid text adventure game with simple, one-letter … VIEW

Choose an Enemy

Views: 1,4731991DemoAction Russian Soft
Choose an Enemy, aka "Зубы" in Russian according to Mobygames (which translates to "Teeth" in English) is a strange … VIEW

Chub Gam 3D: Director's Cut

Views: 12,4991998Freeware3D Shooting ChubGamSoft
While this game has supposedly won many awards (listed on the ChubGamSoft website) I'm not a huge fan. It plays well … VIEW

Continuum

Views: 1,3911990DemoMiscellaneous InfogramesData East
Continuum (aka "Alpha Waves" in Europe) is a strange game. You are a jumping robot (?) thing which has to bounce around … VIEW

Dr. Sleeptite and the Nightmare Factory

Views: 1,1341988SharewareSidescrolling KEF Technologies
The best thing about Dr. Sleeptite and the Nightmare Factory might be its name and bizarre story. It's not a BAD game … VIEW

H.U.R.L

This is a 3D shooter you've probably never played before. It uses an engine similar to the one used by early 3D games … VIEW
Tags: 3d  fps  shooter  kids  strange  weird

Heavy Water Jogger

Views: 4,8741992SharewareAdventure Viable Software Alternatives
This game is odd. The premise is that you have a limited amount of time (30 minutes) to reach the control room of the … VIEW

Insanity

Views: 6,2721990SharewareAdventure New Era SoftwareWizard Games
According to the game, it is "a game to A-MAZE, astound and drive you completely insane". Um, right. Insanity (aka Amaze … VIEW

Ken's Labyrinth

Views: 10,6341993Full version3D Shooting Ken SilvermanEpic Megagames
Sort of like Wolf3D, but more ... wacky. It was created by Ken Silverman (who later went on to design the "Build" engine … VIEW
Tags: 3d  fps  shooter  weird  strange

Klass of 99

Views: 7,3331999FreewareAdventure Richard JordanRetroSpec
Klass of 99 is a remake / update of a classic ZX Spectrum Skool Daze and Back To Skool games from the 1980's. You play … VIEW

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