Maniac Mansion review

If I mention the name of the game and the score, it's obvious that all the old bastards such as myself will nod their heads in understanding and move away to other, more recent or less well known game...

Fury of the Furries review

The further you go the more time you'll spend planning on how to complete each level since often you'll find yourself with only one or two of these fur-balls available and sometimes not even through t...

Frontier (a.k.a. Elite II)

Frontier is a game of undefined genre. It's a wild mixture of simulation, strategy with adventure and role playing elements. And as much as it seems that this kind of mix'n'match would not work out it...

UFO: Enemy Unknown

UFO or X-COM as they call it in the US is a product built upon the idea that could've easily been transformed into three different, smaller games. First of, there's the strategy – Globe View – in ...

Moonstone: A Hard Days Knight review

Moonstone: A Hard Days Knight is an action hack'n'slash game with role playing elements in fantasy medieval setting developed and released by Mindscape in 1991 & 1992 on Amiga and PC respectively. Bot...

Superfrog review

Arguably SNES displayed the most – 256 colors on the screen at once in its games and Genesis – 64, whilst Amiga in most cases only 32. Superfrog and mastermind geniuses of evil – Team17 – behi...

Stunts (a.k.a. 4D Sports Driving)

The game that changed the genre, revolutionized it & was years ahead of its time... The game that many loved and still love to this day... Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you... Stunts!...

Rick Dangerous & Rick Dangerous 2

I realized I cannot review Rick Dangerous without taking a look at Rick Dangerous II - as these games are like Star Wars - sure, you can watch one and have fun but until you've seen them all you know ...

Blackthorne (a.k.a. Blackhawk)

I went through Blackthorne like a hawk goes through freshly caught rabbit – with blood on my claws and madness in my eyes. I didn’t follow the back story much though but I had fun regardless, whic...