Good hidden gems
space cadet last edited by
Nes mighty bomb jack
Clyde last edited by
@pittstone I like the style of Alien Hominid very much. Does the GA version have advantages over the others (Flash, PS2, GameCube, Xbox …), or do you just happen to have that one?
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@clyde You can play it on a Pi? That's an advantage ;)
@clyde Yes, the GBA Version can be play'd very easy on a Pi. ;)
DOS GAME: Knights of Xentar
(Has English Full Speak or German Full Speak)
Beldar last edited by
If you like action platformers, Kick Master is a surprisingly good game. The story is so terrible that it's funny. A princess was kidnapped (very original) and all of the kingdom's knights and warriors have failed to save her. So, they call upon you, the master of kicking things to save the day!
I would rank it up with the later NES Megaman games as far as the fun factor but the controls are a bit loose.
DOS Game: Talisman
(Found nothing about it on Youtube. Its a Point'n'Click Adventure with 80's Style Anime FMV's)
Brigane last edited by
Jumping Jackson (Amiga, Atari ST)
I remember this being a really fun game while growing up.
Jumpin' Jack'son is a top-down puzzle-platformer about a yellow ball with crazy hair who needs to collect records in order to play his favourite tunes while avoiding the onslaught of evil trumpets, guitars etc.
PS2: Cold Fear