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  1. Thelappie

    windows Return Fire

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    Return Fire was basically the 3DO's best game, and one of the most fun multiplayer action games ever. You and either a computer player or one of your friends are given control of a bunker equipped with military vehicles and perhaps a base. The goal of the game is very simple: To capture your opponent's flag. For your firepower, you have 4 vehicles. First up is the Tank. Fast moving, and equipped with a rotatable turret, it's firepower is unfortunately fairly low compared to some of the other vehicles. Next of all is the Rocket Launcher. Far heavier power is let down by poor maneuverability & slow speeds. It has a nice special ability in the fact that it can drop mines, perfect for destroying bridges and defending the flag. You also get the Helicopter, with missiles and bullets. It is very quick, but unfortunately can get quickly destroyed if bogged down by enemy turret fire. Finally, there is the Jeep. Very fast and easy to drive after you understand it, it's weaponry is pitiful, just some grenades. However, this is the ONLY vehicle that can actually pick up the flag so you can win the scenario. In single player mode, this game is unfortunately rather boring. But with a friend playing splitscreen the game improves immensely, as you scheme to beat your "friend", who will no doubt be an enemy after a few sessions of Return Fire.

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  2. Thelappie

    windows Project Nomads

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    Project Nomads is a computer game by Radon Labs released in 2002. It is set on the fictional planet Aeres, a fantastic world of gigantic floating islands, which are the remnants of the planet from before it exploded. After Aeres broke apart, the few surviving inhabitants settled on the drifting fragments of the planet. You are a nomad, a restless soul forever in pursuit of adventure. You wander across the planet on your island, discovering mysterious artifacts and exploring the ruins of the long dead race of Master Builders. The only place to fall to is the Sea of Flames, the very bottom level of this new world.

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  3. Thelappie

    windows Enemy Infestation

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    Enemy Infestation is an interesting and enjoyable squad-based RTS. The action takes place on a human colony of Redavi, where an alien spaceship has crash-landed. The ship is actually one of many colonizing pods sent out from the dying alien home planet, in an attempt to preserve their species. However that little tidbit of the alien's history has little to with the game, as the rest of the story is the standard 'aliens invade planet, humans stop aliens' fare. However, the game itself is quite intriguing. The game is set over 27 missions, and includes a good tutorial that explains the basics of the game very well. Each mission has a large variety of tasks to complete ranging from rescuing fellow colonists to exterminating all the aliens. A nice thing about the mission structure, is that you will always have at least three missions available to choose from, allowing you to go on with the game if any level gets too tough (and trust me, they will). The interface is simple and easy to use, anyone who is familiar with RTS games can skip the tutorial entirely. Enemy Infestation plays like other squad-based strategy games. You lead your troops around discovering the map, killing enemies and completing tasks. What makes this game unique from other games of its genre is its weapons system. When you begin a mission, the effect of the weapons you will find is unknown. You have to experiment with the weapons you find to see what effect they have on the aliens. The effects can be beneficial, such as shrink, kill, freeze, or detrimental: multiply, grow, attract. These effects change each time you play, so a gun that may have been useful for killing aliens in the last mission may cause them to multiply in the next mission. Its is not all trial and error though, as there are a few weapons with consistent effects. Some of the missions even allow you to research and modify a weapon to become more useful to you. Unfortunately, there are only five maps over which the missions take place. Later missions just re-use the same map, with different object placement and different locked doors. But the designers have done a good job of making sure each mission plays differently from other missions using the same map.

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  4. Thelappie

    windows Bermuda Syndrome

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    A fun but frustratingly difficult action adventure that is all but unknown outside a few countries in Europe, Bermuda Syndrome tells a story of Jack, a World War II fighter pilot who was shot down into a mysterious jungle during a dogfight. As his plane comes hurtling out of the sky, we first catch a glimpse of our princess (yup, the Amazon-type one), all tied up and ready to be a Tyrannosaur's lunch. Fortunately for her, Jack's plane chops its head off on the way to crashing. After making sure we all know who's who, we are treated to some very rich images of Jack hanging from a tree by his parachute, with the princess still tied up on her platform. Welcome to the first puzzle... Bermuda Syndrome is a side-scrolling action adventure that will immediately remind everyone of Delphine's Flashback, an earlier underdog. The similarities are more than skin-deep as well (although the graphics in Bermuda Syndrome are ten times better, all rendered in SVGA): both games successfully blend traditional adventure game elements (e.g. inventory-based puzzles, character interaction) with action sequences. The controls in Bermuda Syndrome is not as intuitive, however, and coordinating some of the moves can take some practice, so you must save often. One of the major differences is that in this game, you need to worry about the princess even more than yourself, since she tags along merrily, oblivious to any danger she faces-- and she can't fight, jump, or swim like you do. This means you not only have to deal with menacing dinosaurs of all kinds, but also have to protect the princess and keep her in your sight all the time. Fortunately, she does serve as an in-game hint system, and talking to her when you're stuck will often yield important clues. In addition to an unnecessarily difficult interface, the game strongly reminds me of Silmarils' impossible Robinson's Requiem: the game is HUGE (228 screens, to be exact), and you'll die a thousand deaths before finally finishing it. It's safe to say that adventure game fans who are not also masters of action games will likely be too frustrated to play the game to the finish. Which is somewhat a shame, because the interesting story and some ingenious puzzles compensate for the difficulty leval. As it is, though, the game is only recommended to action experts who want some adventure in their gaming, not the other way around. Two thumbs up, but not for the faint of heart or the weak of reflexes.

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  5. Thelappie

    windows Fate

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    Fate, an action role-playing game, is a budget release. It’s a simple formula, on the surface: a dungeon, a Foozle, and as many random number generators as needed to occupy the player between the two. It’s an old idea that was tried with Sacred, Divine Divinity, Dungeon Siege, and of course Diablo. In Fate, you play a hobbit out to invade the local mega-dungeon and score scads of experience, skills, loot, and, uh, fish. If the plot seems largely nonexistent in that description, it’s because the game’s designers figured we wanted less text scroll and more plunder. FATE is essentially Diablo, streamlined and polished until just the really fun bits remain, like the dungeon crawling, the wholesale pillaging, and the character dress-up. All of the good stuff is in there: gambling for high-ticket gear, socketed items to customize, shrines, and random enchantments. There are also random quests that scale well to your character’s level, which provide you large experience boosts and nab you “fame” (which in turn grants you access to better kit). Better yet, there’s a simple yet oddly absorbing fishing mini-game, which is certain to key into any of your obsessive-compulsive disorders. Early on, it can nab you fish to temporarily transform your surprisingly capable AI pet into a more powerful form, or even a low-level artifact or two. As you delve into the lower floors of the dungeon, fishing can nab you permanent transformations for your pet, or score you the uber-artifacts whose sale can finance your gambling addiction and the expensive fame upgrades from the local bard. There are no classes in the game, just skills such as Attack and Defense Magic, weapon specialties (including dual-wielding), and various passive skills like Critical Strike and Spellcasting. This allows you to develop your character as you see fit, and means that all of the loot you get is largely usable save for specific minimum base requirements. Fate strikes an elegant balance when it comes to difficulty, and features the best method of handling character death seen in any game of this type. Instead of losing your items and reappearing in town, it gives you three options: sacrifice a chunk of fame and experience for an on-the-spot resurrection; pay a big fine in gold and get dumped in a random nearby level; or just drop all your gold where you died and then trek back down to get it. Usually, it’s easiest to opt for the second option—while the game makes experience easy to get, losing fame really hurts. Fortunately, death isn’t that common, even on the Hero setting. Dying is almost never due to controls, but rather overconfidence and negligence, as it should be for games of this genre. The interface itself is a joy, much as it is in the Blizzard games. Colorful feedback is always available, and each button and click has a specific, obvious, on-screen response.

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  6. Thelappie

    windows The Thing

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    The Thing is a video game published in 2002 on Windows by Black Label Games. It's an action game, set in a horror, shooter and licensed title themes.

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  7. Thelappie

    windows Tom and Jerry in Fists of Furry

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    If you haven't played Tom and Jerry in Fists of Furry or want to try this action video game, download it now for free! Published in 2002 by Ubi Soft Entertainment Software, NewKidCo, Inc., Tom and Jerry in Fists of Furry is still a popular licensed title title amongst retrogamers, with a whopping 3.8/5 rating.

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  8. Thelappie

    windows Twisted Metal 2

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    The second in the Twisted Metal series of car combat games, and the last to be developed by SingleTrac, Twisted Metal 2 is considered by most of its fans to be the pinnacle of the series. Combat takes place between a wide array of vehicles ranging from a man strapped between two wheels to an ice cream truck, using an eclectic arrangement of weaponry. The action takes place in 8 different locales around the world, many featuring destructible buildings and landmarks. The plot - the least important element in games of this kind - is simple: you are competing in a worldwide car combat game staged by the a powerful man named Calypso. You pick your vehicle from an array of heavily-modified cars, including a flamethrowing Chevette, a spinning F1, to a dangerous contraption that consists of nothing more than two monster wheels (with you strapped in the middle). You then play through a series of arena throughout the world, picking up weapons and trying to kill other vehicles before you are toast. Like other SingleTrac games (most notably JetMoto), the gameplay in Twisted Metal 2 is very well designed. Each car has its own special move, and the game obeys a logical yet totally unrealistic physics model that allows you to turn on a dime and go flying 100 feet in the air. The weapons in comparison are quite standard: dumbfire and homing missiles, ricochet bombs, mines, napalm, and many more. The environments are also very well-designed. The Paris level, for example, features a destructible Eiffel Tower in addition to several priceless works of art in the Louvre; the Antarctica level collapses piece by piece until one small glacier island is left; the incredibly large Hong Kong level contains a subway (complete with trains coming and going on schedule), and one of the biggest and most difficult bosses you will ever see. There are also a few multiplayer modes to choose from, including a two-player co-operative mode that allows you and a friend to go against computer-controlled teams. With excellent levels, furious action, and unrealistic but fun physics.

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  9. Thelappie

    windows Turok 2: Seeds of Evil

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    1999, the year Turok 2: Seeds of Evil was released on Windows. Made by Iguana Entertainment, Inc. and published by Acclaim Entertainment, Inc.

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  10. Thelappie

    windows Turok Dinosaur Hunter

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    One of the first action games that look better on PC than the console, Turok Dinosaur Hunter is an excellent and innovative first-person shooter that is much more of an action-oriented exploration title than your average Quake clone. Shawn Quigley of the Adrenaline Vault says it all about this 3D underdog: "Turok Dinosaur Hunter on the PC is a direct port of the popular N64 game. To pull off the graphics and effects that a N64 can handle, Acclaim made the bold move of making the title require a 3D accelerator. What this gives gamers is a game that actually looks better on the PC than the N64, mainly because of a higher resolution. It also carries over some of the limitations that the N64 has. The concept behind Turok Dinosaur Hunter is loosely based around a comic book hero, Turok. There is a storyline weaved throughout all the action found in the game; Turok learns of an arch-nemesis, the Campaigner, who has plans to conquer Earth. To defeat the Campaigner it is up to Turok to locate all the pieces of a mystical weapon, the Chronosceptor. With the Chronosceptor, Turok will have enough power to rid the Campaigner from the Lost Land.

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  11. Thelappie

    windows RoboCop 2D

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    RoboCop 2D is an excellent freeware remake of RoboCop, a fun arcade platformer game that was ported to PC by Data East (which you can download from this site). Like the original, you play RoboCop, a cyborg police. Your goal, like in all platform beat 'em ups, is to roam around huge levels - in this case, the streets of Detroit - killing hordes of baddies that get in your way. However, there is a nice diversity that makes the game more interesting than your typical platformer - for example, your goal in one level is to rescue a hostage without harming her. The game is still as fiendishly difficult as the arcade (and Data East) version, mostly because RoboCop is slow compared to the baddies, which means he cannot dodge every bullet. This means the gameplay is more or less still a matter of "shoot first, before you are shot," but with a lower frustration level, thanks to increased firing rate and the fact that you can now aim diagonally. As if keeping the gameplay faithful to the original were not achievement enough, Park Productions also updates all graphics to crisp SVGA (although it still looks "retro," which is nice), adds cutscenes, good songs in MP3 format, tons of new sound effects, and - best of all - larger and more varied levels.

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  12. Thelappie

    Rage of Mages 2

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    Feel the wrath in the thrilling sequel, Rage of Mages II: Necromancer, a role-playing, real-time strategy game. Recruit stalwart allies to aid you against your enemies. Gather powerful weapons to show your might and wield awesome magic as you complete important quests and train your character to be the mightiest of all. Across a barren wasteland, a sleeping evil crawls from the depths of the earth. At first content to slowly build their strength within a small region, the Necromancers will soon reveal their awesome power as they move to subjugate the entire land for their evil purposes. Wielding dark magic, they have perfected the art of raising the dead and now command these terrible minions to obey their slightest whim. Amassing an army is a trivial task for those that can summon the black legions of departed souls. You must embark upon a journey to improve strength and skill, enlist powerful allies, and recover a lost talisman of ancient magic to survive the coming onslaught. Ultimately you must seek out the lair of the Necromancers and destroy them and their undead puppets before they can carry out their terrifying plans. Are you ready? 43 non-linear, branching missions: Rage of Mages II: Necromancer personalizes the game playing experience by allowing players to experience greater variety on their quest. New story set in an original realm: Players lead their party of adventurers through Arabian-style desert cities and arboreal Druid villages. Each location delivers new challenges and new foes. Over 400 weapons, items, spells, objects and buildings to help adventurers in their travels. 80 unique foes to conquer, including hideous skeletons, zombies, Druids, shamans, and the lethal race of Necromancers. Each foe features deadly new combat abilities. New ally system: Players can now crush the competition by allying with Orcs and Trolls, as well as with other people. Increased replay value: Additional multiplayer arenas support up to 16 players.

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  13. Thelappie

    Blood II: The Chosen + Expansion

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    Yes, you can kill with Voodoo dolls in Blood 2 Hellbent on being ultra-violent and generally disagreeable, Blood 2 follows the original game but sets the action some one hundred years into the future, incorporating lots of sci-fi imagery in the process. Visually, this game is miles away from its Build-powered predecessor, using Monolith’s patented LithTech engine (the same one used in No One Lives Forever and Shogo). As a result, Blood II is practically bursting with vibrant colors and neat environmental effects, like fire, smoke, and, of course, blood. Buckets of blood actually, as this coupled with the game’s dark humor are the only things differentiating it from any other shooter. Levels are typically linear affairs, involving simple ‘go here and activate this or that’ sort of gameplay that proceeds you into the following level. Again, this game makes no attempt at redefining the genre, but it looks good, sounds good and plays fairly well. The music in particular feels surreal at times and fits perfectly with some of the more macabre imagery. Even so, the polished visuals do lose out to the previous Blood’s much more gritty appearance, which could nauseate at a moment’s notice. The LithTech engine’s more crispier, colorful visual presentation struggles throughout in this regard. Gone are the robe wielding cultists of old, as Blood II pits you against fanatics wearing Armani suits alongside a multitude of supernatural creatures, like the axe-wielding zombie or the facehugger-like Bone Leech (reminiscent to the disembodied hand that strangles you, also returning here as well). While enemies usually make for tricky target practice, this is usually due to their almost perfect aim than acute intelligence. Their pathfinding seems particularly atrocious, with brain-dead zombies stopping in their tracks at the mere sight of any obstacles. You’ll typically take damage whenever you have a cultist within your sights, and these guys have a tendency to gang up at every corner. Even when taking hits, foes still manage to shoot back with uncanny aim, regardless of whether you’re strafing, crouching or jumping. Although not inherently a terrible thing, you’ll also notice how very easily enemies tend to gib, almost as if they were blood-filled helium balloons waiting to get popped. There’s little satisfaction in smearing bad guys all over the walls when just a couple of bullets can turn them into red wallpaper. At a total of twenty guns, you’ll eventually be forced to drop obsolete boomsticks for better hardware, and some of the best explosive weapons do indeed rock. At the end of it all, Blood II offers quite a prolonged splatterfest through a colorful, grim alternate universe. It’s quite a long ride, laden with crimson trails, explosions, insane cultists and lots of hot lead. Yet at the end of it all, one might be left asking… was there a point? Gameplay

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  14. Thelappie

    Robocop 2D 2: Robocop vs Terminator

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    Here is the video game “Robocop 2D 2: Robocop vs Terminator”! Released in 2005 on Windows, it's still available and playable with some tinkering. It's an action game, set in an arcade, cyberpunk / dark sci-fi, sci-fi / futuristic and shooter themes.

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  15. Thelappie

    Terminator 2: Judgment Day

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    1) Arnold Schwarzenegger, Robert Patrick, and Eddie Furlong all reprised their respective roles (voice, digitised models) for this arcade game. 2) Concept art included with the special edition DVD of Terminator 2: Judgement Day shows certain enemies and areas not used in the movie, such as the "Silver Fish" snake-like enemy, the flying Orbs enemy and the time machine within Skynet. 3) Michael Jackson used to own this game. It was sold at the official Michael Jackson Auction on Apr. 24th, 2009.

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  16. Thelappie

    Robocop 2D 3

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    If you haven't played Robocop 2D 3 or want to try this action video game, download it now for free! Published in 2007, Robocop 2D 3 was an above-average shooter title in its time.

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  17. Thelappie

    Rampage

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    Rampage is a decent PC conversion of Bally/Midway's popular arcade game. This is a side-scrolling action game for up to 3 players, in which you, mutated into a giant monster, have to trash one US city after the other. You can choose to be Ralph the Wolf, George the Big Ape, or Lizzie the Lizard. Playable, but not worth the name of the much superior arcade game. If you have never played the arcade version, you will find Rampage a fun game that's worth a few sittings, especially if you can find friends to play with. If you have seen the arcade original, though, you'll be sorely disappointed with this release. DOS This requires a DOS emulator. You can get it here.

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  18. Thelappie

    Heart of Darkness

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    You are Andy, a Dennis the Menace wannabe whose greatest fear is the dark. After an eclipse of the sun whisks away your beloved dog, Whiskey, you quickly fly off into another dimension in a homemade spaceship you built. Yes, it is far-fetched, and yes, it makes little sense. But since most of us don't play platform games for good stories, this is somewhat forgivable. Armed with a trusty laser gun, you must blast screen after screen of unspeakable horrors to find your dog. While it sounds simple, Heart of Darkness is much, much more difficult than OOTW. Even side-scroller veterans will find themselves dying more than usual after only a few minutes of play. This is a game that requires patience, flawless reflexes, and lots of trial and error to complete. Although you have virtually unlimited lives, you will have to start over either at the beginning of the level or certain "restarting points" when you die. These points are few and far between, and there is no telling where you will restart. This leads to hours of backtracking and grinding teeth, and you may be too frustrated to play it through to the ending. Fortunately, Andy has the ability to run, double-jump, and shoot his way through multiple screens, and the action is more thought-out than other platformers. Rather than mindlessly jumping for coins or power-ups, this is a true action adventure, and survival relies on wit as well as reflexes. Light and shadow, along with subtle audio cues, play major roles in the game, as seemingly innocent reflections come to life. Though the enemies are cartoony, several of them are quite disturbing, and this probably isn't the best game to give your kids. After all, Andy gets beaten, snapped in two, swallowed whole, torn apart, immolated, and crushed in a variety of grisly fashions.

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  19. Thelappie

    Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade

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    When LucasArts (then LucasFilm Games) released an adventure game based on blockbuster movie Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade in 1989, an action game based on the same movie was concurrently released, but never racked up as much sales or recognition as its adventuring brethren. This failure (by Lucas' standards) isn't so surprising, however, when fans get over the initial excitement and start to scrutinize the game behind the hit license. This game may be fun for a while, but soon the fun of watching Indy use his trademark whip wears off, and fans are left with a marginally above-average platform game where each new level looks suspiciously like the last. A very frustrating difficulty level also means that only diehard Indy fans will be compelled to finish this one. DOSBox This requires the DOSBox emulator. You can get it here.

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    Throw a tough guy in prison sans backstory and have him kick the asses of sadistic guards, brutal inmates, the occasional alien, and finally the effeminate warden. The developers at Starbreeze know enough to break up the action, parceling out bits of adventuring, stealth, and balls-to-the-wall shooting and punching along the way. And just as the action varies, the tone jerks from funny one moment to brutal the next. The voice acting features a cast of actors like Vin Diesel, Michael Rooker, Ron Perlman, and Cole Hauser, and it makes a difference. Clever dialogue is rare enough in gaming, and well-acted clever dialogue is even rarer. It just goes to show how much added value a big publisher like Vivendi Universal brings to the table. Vin Diesel himself plays the part perfectly, and the acting in general is above the regular quality you see in action games. Riddick is riddled with shifts in tone and action that keep the pace snappy and engaging. It’s even got a completely over-the-top distinct finale that makes it worth playing to the end. It’s only unfortunate the end comes much too quickly, offering little replay value outside of the aforementioned commentary mode. But as a video game it’s certainly better than anything you’d expect from a washed up B-movie license. One can only wish most movie-to-game adaptations could be this good.

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  21. Thelappie

    Grand Theft Auto 2

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    Grand Theft Auto is back. The cars are faster. The streets are busier. The bad guys are nastier. The police are angrier. And now, the FBI and the Army are getting involved... Seven ruthless gangs are involved in a ruthless power struggle and it is up to you to make a name for yourself. Respect is earned, not given.

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  22. Thelappie

    Grand Theft Auto

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    The player is free to do whatever they want, but have limited lives upon doing so. The player can gain points by causing death and destruction amid the traffic in the city, or steal and sell cars for profit. To get to the large target money required to complete a level, players will usually opt to complete at least some missions to build up their multiplier. Some criminal acts have an inherent multiplier; for example, using a police car for running over people doubles the number of points received. If the player is arrested then their multiplier is halved. Unlike in later games in the series, the player can be killed, or "wasted", in one hit without body armor. If the player is wasted then they lose a life. In both cases the player loses their current equipment. If the player is wasted too many times, they must restart the level.

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  23. Thelappie

    Liero

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    Here is the video game “Liero”! Released in 1999 on DOS, it's still available and playable with some tinkering. It's an action game, set in an arcade, real-time, shooter and tank themes and it was released on Windows as well. You may also play Liero 1.36 or lierolibre ; these version are perfect clones of the DOS version, working on modern computers.

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  24. Thelappie

    Terminator: Future Shock

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    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.

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    Aliens Versus Predator 2: Gold Edition is a video game published in 2003 on Windows by Sierra Entertainment, Inc., Fox Interactive, Inc.. The game is set in a compilation / shovelware theme.

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