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  1. Oldassgeek

    dos Jungle Strike

    Version

    1 download

    In Jungle Strike you're mainly controlling the prototype helicopter "Comanche". In some missions, you can also use a hovercraft, a motorbike, or a F117 fighter. The controls in this shoot-em up are very easy and straightforward. As in most arcade shooters, you must collect new ammo, armor and fuel while fighting land, sea, and air-based enemies. In a nod to hard-core flight sims, all missions contain several sub-objectives, which have to be fulfilled in a given order. Most missions are set in either a jungle or city area. With a good combination of arcade and sim elements, Jungle Strike is highly recommended for fans of the genre. If you like Safari's games (e.g. Seek & Destroy) but wish they were more sim-oriented in terms of having mission objectives and depletable fuel, Desert Strike is the answer.

    Free

  2. Thelappie

    dos The Orion Conspiracy

    Version

    2 downloads

    Divide by Zero’s third adventure release is an uneven space opera that has interesting puzzles and plot– marred by a huge amount of gratuitous violence and prafanity that may turn many players off. Played in the third person through an extremely linear path, Orion’s plot revolves around your character’s investigation of the death of his son at a research station in deep space. Other, more farfetched (or derivative) plot elements come into play later in the game. Much of the backstory is provided in a nifty little graphic novel packaged with the game, entitled “Devlin’s Story”. Other information, as well as comprehensive installation notes, are included in a well-presented game manual. Even with these aids, however, it was difficult to free up enough low DOS memory to run the game with sound card support. Orion does not identify how much free memory it requires, so there may be some trial and error in fine-tuning the game for best operation. To allow the game to run in less conventional memory, several command-line switches are suggested, which apparently display the screens at a slightly-lower resolution and offer automatic (but slow) scrolling at the screen edges. The point-and-click user interface performs satisfactorily, with hotspots identified on the screen and possible object interactions displayed with the right mouse button. This “giveaway” of information on how you can act upon objects may make the game puzzles rather predictable and easy. On the other hand, you may find yourself spending the majority of gameplay merely moving your character from one station destination to another – often a very time-consuming process since no “zip” mode or shortcuts have been provided and access points seem arbitrarily restricted from each other. We’ll suspend our disbelief about the amount of gravity on a 10-acre asteroid.

    Free

  3. Thelappie

    The Dig

    Version

    0 downloads

    An asteroid the size of a small moon is on a crash course toward Earth, and only NASA veteran Boston Low has the expertise to stop it. Along for the ride are award-winning journalist Maggie Robbins and internationally renowned geologist Ludger Brink. Once the wayward asteroid is nuked into a safe orbit, the trio conducts a routine examination of the rocky surface. What they uncover is anything but routine. Low, Brink and Robbins unwittingly trigger a mechanism that transforms the asteroid into a crystal-like spacecraft. The team is hurtled across the galaxy to a planet so desolate, Brink is moved to name it Cocytus, after the 9th circle of Hell in Dante’s inferno. The bleak landscape was obviously once home to a highly evolved civilization, with remnants of sophisticated architecture, advanced technology and an intricate network of underground tunnels. But no Cocytans. Who were the original inhabitants of this once rich empire-turned-wasteland? What are those apparitions that mysteriously appear from time to time? Why have Low, Robbins, and Brink been brought to this place? And how can Low keep his team from unraveling in the face of such uncertainty? To return to Earth, they must dig for answers, both on the planet’s surface and deep within themselves. From the combined talents of LucasArts and legendary Steven Spielberg comes an epic adventure that plunges headlong into the very core of the unknown. And takes you with it. Nearly 200 locations and hundreds of puzzles Robert Patrick of T2 as the voice of Boston Low Special effects contributed by Industrial Light & Magic Dialogue contributed by award-winning sci-fi writer Orson Scott Card Alluring Wagnerian musical score sets the epic tone ScummVM This game requires ScummVM emulator. Get it here

    Free

  4. Thelappie

    Bureau 13

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    0 downloads

    DOSBox This game requires DOSBox emulator. Get it here This solid underdog based on pen & paper RPG of the title is one of the few truly replayable adventures: each pair of agents you can select have different supernatural skills, which lead to different puzzle solutions and even alternate paths. Two agents of the clandestine Bureau 13 must go to Stratusburg to neutralise its own agent J.P. and remove all evidence of the Bureau's involvement. Despite some obscure puzzles and long-winded dialogues, the game is definitely an underrated adventure that's much better that its overhyped predecessor Hell. Bureau 13 gameplay

    Free

  5. Thelappie

    Full Throttle

    Version

    2 downloads

    In the future year 2040, where motorized vehicles are being replaced by their anti-gravitational counterparts. The last domestic motorcycle manufacturer in the country is Corley Motors, whose founder and CEO, the elderly Malcolm Corley, is en route to a shareholders meeting at the Corley factory, accompanied by his vice president, Adrian Ripburger. Malcolm suspects that Ripburger is scheming to take over the company, and is suspicious of Ripburger's plan to recruit a biker gang to ride with them to the meeting. Malcolm's limousine is overtaken by one such gang, the Polecats, and he is immediately impressed with them. Catching up to them at a biker bar, he quickly befriends their leader, Ben. Ripburger offers to hire the Polecats to escort Malcolm to the meeting, but when Ben declines, he is knocked out by Ripburger's flunkies, Bolus and Nestor.

    Free

  6. Thelappie

    Terminator: Future Shock

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    0 downloads

    To make a video game that continues the tradition of the hard-hitting, multi-million dollar Terminator movie series, you have to combine engaging action with mind-altering special effects, gratuitous violence, and a solid storyline. Bethesda Softworks successfully pulls together all of these elements and spits a few more in your face in Terminator: Future Shock[, the fourth game in its line of action games based on the hit movie. Future Shock, as with earlier Terminator titles from Bethesda, is a great 3D shooter that combines three types of action: walking, driving, and flying, all of which are a lot of fun to play. The 3D engine has been vastly improved from the impressive but buggy one used in Terminator: Rampage. The post-apocalyptic world you explore is filled with fires, half-buried cars, and incredibly detailed robotic enemies, including the dreaded Terminators. The game world itself is well thought-out: you can enter nearly every building to search for weapons, ammo, and med canisters as the familiar adrenaline-pumping Terminator soundtrack echoes in the background. Your arsenal range from Uzis, plasma rifles, and grenades to the trusty shotgun. The graphics, music, and sound effects are superb. You can hear Raptors (one of the most prevalent types of robot) sneaking up in packs behind you. The creepy image of a Spiderbot prancing your way should be enough to shake up even a veteran action fan. Looks aside, the real beauty of Terminator: Future Shock is its smooth control system. Using a keyboard/mouse combination, you move quickly and aim accurately as you navigate through Los Angeles. In the driving and flying modes, you're even able to travel in one direction and shoot in another, a feature that comes in very handy when you're running away.

    Free

  7. Thelappie

    Descent 1

    Version

    0 downloads

    With a full 360 degree freedom of movement, Descent really does have its own gaming style that traditional 2.5D games like Doom or its many lookalikes simply can’t match. You can fly in any direction you point your fighter to, hover freely where you stop, or fly backwards if you ever have to retreat. The action is purely arcade, so you won’t have any of that angular momentum nonsense keeping you from having a good time. The plot is pretty simple but gets hammered home nonetheless. The robotic crew of space mines have gone haywire it seems, and it’s up to you to get in, blast everything, set the mines to self-destruct by damaging its cores and escape to the surface of the planet before a counter hits zero. The armaments you carry for this purpose are pretty cool, with five different primary weapons, four missile types and a rear-mounted bomb dropper. As in any shooter, you find weapon upgrades and ammo spread throughout each of Descent’s 27 levels. The robot enemies aren’t near as twisted as Doom’s demonic hellspawn, but they put up a serious fight nonetheless. All of them are rendered in true 3D as polygonal objects, and all of them have the same freedom of movement as your craft. This means that they will shoot at you from all angles, which makes it ever so important to examine your surroundings when entering new areas. And if the singleplayer portion was a good ride, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to find the multiplayer is even better. Descent supports network play (up to 8 players), modem head-to-head and Co-Op, and none of these game modes require a dedicated server – you simply jump into a hosted game and play, without even needing to leave the game for a special IPX connection program (everything is done from the main menu). This is a cool thing since many games before had to have players connect, start and leave simultaneously.

    Free

  8. Thelappie

    windows Twisted Metal

    Version

    0 downloads

    Twisted Metal is a vehicular combat/racing game developed by SingleTrac and published by Sony Computer Entertainment initally for Playstation in 1995. A Windows95 version of the game was released in 1996, it was one of the first games using the graphics acceleration provided by NVIDIA chips. Gameplay

    Free

  9. Thelappie

    Alone in the Dark 3

    Version

    0 downloads

    DOSBox This game requires DOSBox emulator. Get it here Discover Alone in the Dark 3, an excellent game of 1995. With 3rd-person, cinematic camera perspective, the publisher I•Motion, Inc. had wonderful ideas around puzzle-solving, survival horror, western, interwar. Alone in the Dark 3 gameplay

    Free

  10. Thelappie

    Alien Incident

    Version

    0 downloads

    DOSBox This game requires DOSBox emulator. Get it here Alien Incident is an old dos game, published in 1996 by GameTek. What should be the right type of adventure game? Either it must be serious, horror, or funny to the absolute maximum. It should never happen that it's going to be something in between, as this will result in a greasy, hard-to-play game. Fortunately, the Alien Incident belongs to the second type of game, it is a game with perfect sense of humor. The game starts with being invoked by your uncle to watch a meeting with aliens. What will happen, however, during this event, your uncle is kidnapped and here begins the story of this game. Don't worry, even though the introduction and title of the game look terrible, the aliens are friendly looking, and you are not going be afraid but will be laughing all the time. A great addition to the game is the logical problems you encounter in the game are still logical despite their foolishness and the game has a very fast pace. The great feature of the game is the nice cartoon graphic with the smooth animations of the characters. For all those who like funny adventures, the Alien Incident is a mandatory jump!

    Free

  11. Thelappie

    Simtown

    Version

    0 downloads

    DOSBox This game requires DOSBox emulator. Get it here SimTown is an old dos game, published in 1995 by Maxis. Main genre of this old game is strategy. Maxis is the game company that needs no introduction. It has developed some mega-successful games such as SimCity, Sims, and many more of the wide-ranging sim* games. Despite the fact that they have one city simulator, Maxis introduced another building simulator game in 1995 - SimTown. The difference between SimTown and SimCity is the players the individual games are targeting. While simcity is designed for the more experienced players, providing more options for strategy choices, SimTown focuses on younger players, it is a basically game that will teach you strategic game play. The more experienced players build the city very quickly, but after some time, there is nothing much to do and build. Construction itself has virtually no limits, you do not have to pay attention to traffic, noise, pollution, or other similar things you are accustomed to from other games. The only limit is its own aesthetic feeling. There is no money in the game, so you really can not limit yourself and you can never beautify your city. One advice: go play SimCity and let your kids play SimTown at home.

    Free

  12. Thelappie

    Worms

    Version

    0 downloads

    DOSBox This game requires DOSBox emulator. Get it here Worms is a 2D artillery tactical video game developed by Team17 and released in 1995. It is the first game in the Worms series of video games. Worms is a turn based game where a player controls a team of worms against other teams of worms that are controlled by a computer or human opponent. The aim is to use various weapons to kill the worms on the other teams and have the last surviving worm(s). Worms gameplay

    Free

  13. Thelappie

    scummvm Simon the Sorcerer 2

    Version

    4 downloads

    Just when he thought his life was regaining some resemblance of normality, Simon's wonder years are once again turned upside down. The evil wizard Sordid returns from the grave with only one thing on his mind - revenge! Journey with Simon through this sequel to Simon the Sorcerer, as he manages once more to get stuck in a land of twisted fairy tales, recycled gags and carbon dated clichés! With a cast of thousands (woodworms, mostly) and enough Swampling Stew to keep an underprivileged country sick for a year, this classic adventure will keep you well entertained until there'll be another sequel. Welcome to the world of Simon the Sorcerer II: The Lion, the Wizard and the Wardrobe. This is full talkie version of the game. You can turn the subtitles on or off by pressing "T" during the gameplay. Countless references to popular fantasy works Witty dialog lines and memorable characters If you liked the first Simon the Sorcerer, you will love this one!

    Free

  14. Thelappie

    scummvm Teenagent

    Version

    3 downloads

    Teenagent is a 1995 point-and-click adventure game developed by Polish developer Metropolis Software House. It was released for Amiga and DOS. The player controls teenage boy Mark Hopper who wants to be a secret agent. The CD version was the first game to be released on CD-ROM in Poland. Gold is disappearing around America. The police agency wants to hire a random person to uncover the reason behind this disappearance - they choose teenage boy Mark Hopper. When the game was originally released, "The Three Tasks" was shareware, and the remaining two sections could be obtained by registering the game. However, the game was later released as freeware. Teenagent was later released on Good Old Games as the milestone 100th game on the site. It is one of thirteen free games available on the site. The game's music was composed by Polish artist Radek Szamrej, aka RST. In November, 2010, video game music community OverClocked ReMix released a free fan tribute album arranging the game's soundtrack.

    Free

  15. Version

    4 downloads

    In 1949, Joe King, pilot for hire and owner of the Amazon Queen airplane which he uses for his work, arrives at a hotel in Rio de Janeiro to transport his next customer, famous film actress Faye Russel, only to be ambushed by his Dutch rival Anderson. Locked in a hotel room and trapped by Anderson's goons, Joe quickly gains assistance from Lola, a showgirl at the hotel and a former love interest, and escapes, making it back to the airport with his mechanic Sparky, just in time to stop his rival taking Faye. Wasting no time, Joe quickly pilots the Amazon Queen towards the location of Faye's shoot, only for a storm to cause him to crash-land in the Amazon jungle. After getting Faye and Sparky to safety, Joe begins searching for help, soon encountering a parrot named Wedgewood with a message for help. Seeking out the person the message was for, Joe meets with Trader Bob, who soon asks for his help in rescuing a princess named Azura from Floda, a lederhosen company that Bob suspects is a cover for something sinister Joe quickly begins searching for the jungle, encountering an entire tribe of Amazon women who capture him and took in Faye when she decided to seek help herself. Released by the tribe, Joe agrees to help them rescue Azura as well. Finding the princess within a hidden base beneath Floda, Joe frees her and returns to her tribe, only to find himself coming face-to-face with Floda's leader - Dr. Frank Ironstein, a mad scientist who seeks to conquer the world by turning Amazon women into dinosaur warriors through the use of his DinoRay invention.

    Free

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