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Starfighter 3000

Starfighter 3000
3.5

A remake of the original game of the same title released a few years before for the Acorn Archimedes platform, Starfighter 3000 features more detailed graphics (now all surfaces are texture-mapped and a fogging filter reduces clipping). Featuring 15 levels in 4 worlds, the player controls the Predator Mark-IV, a fighter ship capable of space […]

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Hot Wheels: Jetz

Hot Wheels: Jetz
2.5

Hot Wheels: Jetz puts the player in the cockpit of one of seven available jet fighters. The mission: Save your house from the evil Bossbot who’s taken control of all of your toys! Shoot down enemy toys with a miniature jet fighter where rooms in the house are the battlegrounds and pieces of furniture are […]

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Battleship: Surface Thunder

Battleship: Surface Thunder
3

Battleship: Surface Thunder is actually two games in one. The first game is the classic Battleship (the board game) and the other a new “arcade” version that is very similar to Overboard. The classic game pits you against one to three computer or human opponents. You can play against humans by the “hot-seat” method or […]

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Captain Quazar

Captain Quazar
2

Since giving up the ghost as a console manufacturer and moving into PC software, 3D0 got off to a promising start, but then Captain Quazar happened. Featuring the camp antics of a space hero, this lame outing would have barely passed as a 16-bit console game. The story is simple. Quazar is an inter-planetary space […]

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Storm Angel

Storm Angel
3.5

R-Type, Tyrian, Project-X… all of them classic side-scrolling shoot em ups and nearly all of them forgotten to time. There were, however, some attempts at remakes, and one of the lesser ones was Storm Angel. It sports 3D graphics in place of the traditional 2D found in its progenitors, but the action is pretty much […]

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Future Cop: L.A.P.D.

Future Cop: L.A.P.D.
4

It’s the future, and Los Angeles has degraded into a smoggy trashheap of illegal drugs, rampaging mutants, and super-villains with cool names who enjoy clubbing baby seals and taunting the police. To keep law and order, the L.A.P.D. has created a bipedal, ass-stomping robot loaded with enough firepower to level a city, and lets it […]

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Gromada

Gromada
3

Developer: Gromada Inc.
Genre: Shoot ‘Em Up
Release: June 19, 2000

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Super Stardust 96

Super Stardust 96
4

Developer: Housemarque
Genre: Shoot ‘Em Up
Release: 1996

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Nuclear Strike

Nuclear Strike
3

Developer: Electronic Arts
Genre: Shoot ‘Em Up
Release: October 29, 1997

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Seek and Destroy

Seek and Destroy
4

Developer: Safari Software
Genre: Shoot ‘Em Up
Release: 1996

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