Match Day was a football computer game, published by Ocean Software in 1984. It was initially only available on the ZX Spectrum and then later released on the Amstrad CPC, BBC Micro, & Commodore 64 systems. It was the first game of what was to become the Match Day series (even incorporating the Match of the Day tv show theme).
This video game was the first one where large moving footballers characters could dribble, throw-in, take corners, etc. on ZX Spectrum. The game had 8 teams that the player could choose, such as Ritman Rovers, Clarke PR and Ocean United. Players could choose to rename the teams and redefine the team colours.
Released in December 1980, Zork: The Great Underground Empire - Part I aka Zork I was an interactive fiction video game written by Marc Blank, Dave Lebling, Bruce Daniels and Tim Read more
WWF WrestleMania was a game developed by Twilight and published by Ocean Software in 1991 for the Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, and DOS. It was the first WWF licensed game available for these computers Read more
In the distant future, the B.E.D.A. Corporation, a company involved in the development of electronic equipment and military weapons, is actually a front operated by a race of alien beings who Read more
The Revenge of Shinobi takes place three years after the first game, the criminal organization Zeed from the original game has since reformed and have renamed themselves "Neo Zeed". They Read more
The Punisher: The Ultimate Payback! released in 1991 by Acclaim Entertainment is the Game Boy version of the 1990 NES console game The Punisher about the Marvel comics vigilante Frank Castle, also Read more
Hitting the Commodore 64 in 1983, The Attack of the Phantom Karate Devils was developed by John Orthel for Phantom Software. It is viewed by many as the first fighting game on Read more
Released in 1987, The Astonishing Adventures Of Mr Weems And The She Vampires was a video game developed by RamJam Corporation. It was released on Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC, and ZX Spectrum. Read more
The Amazing Spider-Man is an action / puzzle platformer video game. The game was developed by Oxford Digital Enterprises Ltd., and released in 1990 for the Amiga, and later ported Read more
Spider-Man and Captain America in Doctor Doom's Revenge was a side-scrolling computer game starring Marvel Comics'superheroes Spider-Man and Captain America battling a host of super-villains led by Doctor Doom. The Read more
In 1982 Parker Brothers made history by releasing Spider-Man for the Atari 2600 - it wasn't only the first ever video game to feature Spider-Man, it was also the first ever Marvel Comics Read more
Produced by Don Bluth Studios, Cinematronics and Advanced Microcomputer Systems (later renamed RDI Video Systems), Space Ace landed in October 1983 and in it we followed Dexter, who prefers to be called "Ace." Read more
Developed by Eugene Jarvis and Larry DeMar of Vid Kidz and released by Williams Electronics (part of WMS Industries) in 1982, Robotron: 2084 is a shoot'em up set in the year Read more
Before the days of virtual reality gaming, GTA and online co-ops if a video game player really wanted to live on the edge they would guide a mouse through a Read more
Questprobe is a trilogy of graphical adventure computer games that came out in 1984/85 that features Marvel Comics characters. The games were designed by Scott Adams, developed and published by Adventure Read more
Player Manager was developed by Dino Dini and Anco and released on the Amiga and Atari ST, way back in 1990, sequels were later produced but none came close in Read more
Paperboy first arrived in 1985 from Atari Games and caused a revolution in the computer games market. School playgrounds across the planet were full of tales regarding what level you Read more
Developed by Design Design and published by Piranha in 1986, Nosferatu the Vampyre was a computer game based on the film of the same name. It was available on Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum Read more
The 1984 Mr. Wimpy video game was a promotional tie with Wimpy restaurants with their logos, company mascots, and theme tunes reproduced. It took the form of a platform game Read more
QP Unleashed returns to review the Lucas Arts Classic Monkey Island...