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Sega Genesis
As the blob of Ooze, you slime your way around a toxic dump, a waste plant, a genetics lab, a power core, and a plague factory, hunting down remnants of your DNA helixes.

Realms of the Haunting

Forged in the beginning and protected by the Seven Seals, there lies a place where thought and creation intertwine.


The elemental differences between technology and magic have finally boiled over into all out combat.

Overlord (1990)

Overlord by Virgin Games is a massive one-player strategic simulation game in the style of SimCity and Populous.

Tunnel B1

Tunnel B1 is sub-terrain shooter which takes place in the apocalyptic future underground Earth.

Amerzone: The Explorer's Legacy

Comic author BenoƮt Sokal is revered in his native France and throughout Europe, but is not well known in the United States.

Wild Gunman

Wild Gunman is a single-player game of light gun game and action genre created by Nintendo Co., Ltd in 1984.

Steel Reign

Not only do you get the chance to complete demanding missions in Steel Reign, but you can also choose your vehicle of destruction.

Maniac Mansion

The Edison mansion has always been a weird old house somewhere on the edge of town.


Welcome to post-apocalyptic Earth. Governments no longer exist; instead, megalithic corporations now use elite combat forces in a never-ending battle for highly prized mineral deposits and other natural resources.

Iron Angel of The Apocalypse

This game really could have been cool if only it was laid out a bit better and the control was improved.

Wacky Worlds

Take the ultimate trip around the globe as you create roller coasters and theme parks in this challenging.
Sega Genesis

Colony Wars

Colony Wars is a galactic adventure that spans five solar systems.

Omega Boost

Then it is discovered. Humanity is shocked to find an entity enmeshed in their systems and has moved to destroy it.


Back in 1996, four people formed a little company called Mango Grits to create an arcade shooter that utilized the incredible capability of the best 3D graphics hardware available at that time: 3Dfx Voodoo.


If you've been around since the 16-Bit days, the name Treasure should resonate deep sentiments of awe and respect.
Nintendo 64