1999

First Person Shooters:

| Aliens Versus Predator | Astroreptilio | Blood II: Revelations (cancelled) | Blood II: The Nightmare Levels | Codename Eagle | Dawn Of Darkness | Deadlode II | Delta Force 2 | Disposable Heroes | Exploding Lips | Extreme PaintBrawl 2 | Half-Life: Further Data V.1 & V.2 | Half-Life: Opposing Force | Hidden & Dangerous: Fight For Freedom / Devil's Bridge | Hidden & Dangerous | Kingpin: Life Of Crime | Mortyr: 2093 - 1944 | Nerf Arena Blast | Nutcracker | PC Gamer: The Extended Play Collection Volume 3 | Quake 2 Anthology | Quake 2 TC - Infinity: The Kai'Ren Threat (cancelled) | Quake 2: Fanatic's Complete Set | Quake 2: Oblivion | Quake 3 Arena | Quake World | Quake World 3 | Rainbow Six 2: Rogue Spear | Rainbow Six MissionPack: Eagle Watch | Raising Dead | Rebel Moon Revolution (cancelled) | Redline: Gang Warfare 2066 | Requiem: Avenging Angel (Wrath Of The Fallen) | Saints Of Virtue | Sin MissionPack: Wages Of Sin | Skout | South Park | Spec Ops 2: US Army Green Berets | Spellbinder: The Nexus Conflict | Splatterball Plus | SWAT 3: Close Quarters Battle | System Shock 2 | Thief Gold | Turok 2: Seeds Of Evil | Unreal Add-on CD | Unreal MissionPack: Return To Na Pali | Unreal Tournament | Unreal: Fusion Map Pack | Vehicle of Freedom | War in Heaven, The | Wheel Of Time, The | WWII GI | WWII GI: Platoon Leader | Z.A.R. MissionPack

Third Person Shooters:

| Attack Of The Saucerman! | B-Hunter | Battle Beat [J] | Busters | Colt's Wild West Shootout | Descent 3 | Descent 3: Mercenary | Desperados: Be Quick Or Be Dead / Desperados: An Old West Action Game | Ed Hunter | G-Sector | Gromada | Indiana Jones And The Infernal Machine | Interstate '82 | Killer Loop | Lander | Macross: Another Story [J] | N.I.C.E. 2: Tune-Up | Nerf Jr. Foam Blaster: Attack of the Kleptons! | Nocturne | Omikron: The Nomad Soul | Outbound | Outcast | Re-Volt | Resident Evil 2 Platinum / Biohazard 2 | Rollcage | Russian Roulette 2: The Next Worlds | Savage Arena | Shadowman | Silent Hill {PSX} | Star Trek: Hidden Evil | Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace | Tomb Raider 2 Gold: The Golden Mask | Tomb Raider 4: The Last Revelation | Tomb Raider 4: The Last Revelation - The Times Level | Urban Assault: Metropolis Dawn (cancelled) | Urban Chaos | War Drones | Warzone 2100 | Xtom 3D

Free Fan-Made Games:

| WarZone | Beyond Wolfenstein II Special Edition | Narcos | Project Totengraeber | Xplosion | YS Flight Simulator

Simulations:

| 3D Hunting: Extreme | 3D Hunting: Shark | 3D Planet Attack | ACM 1918 | American Deer Hunting 2000 | Argosy 2325 | Armored Fist 3 | Avoyd | Babylon 5: Into the Fire (cancelled) | Battlezone 2: Combat Commander | BFRIS Zero Gravity Fighter Combat | Bird Hunter: Upland Edition | Body Glove: Blue Water Hunter | Buckmasters Top Bow Championship | Cabela's Big Game Hunter III | Cabela's Big Game Hunter III: The Next Harvest | Carnivores 2 | Dawn of Aces | Deer Hunt Challenge | Deer Hunter 3: The Legend Continues | Deer's Revenge | Duck Hunter Pro | F-22 Lightning 3 | Field & Stream: Trophy Hunting | Fighter Ace II | Fighter Squadron: The Screamin' Demons over Europe | Flanker 2.0 | Freespace 2 | Gulf War: Operation Desert Hammer | Gunship! | Heavy Gear 2 | Hunting Game, The / Browning Hunting Game | Independence War Deluxe / Independence War: Special Edition - Defiance | JetFighter III Classic | Luftwaffe Collection | MechWarrior 3 | MechWarrior 3: Pirate's Moon | Microsoft Flight Simulator 2000: Professional Edition | Mig Alley | Nations: WWII Fighter Command | Natural Fawn Killers | Natural Fawn Killers: Santa's Gone Postal | Opening Weekend: Bear Season | Opening Weekend: Big Cat Season | Opening Weekend: Deer Season | Opening Weekend: Varmint Season | Pacific Theatre | Panzer Elite | Peacemaker: Protect, Search & Destroy | Phoenix | Rocky Mountain Trophy Hunter 2: Above the Treeline | Rocky Mountain Trophy Hunter: Interactive Big Game Hunting | Sinistar Unleashed | Slave Zero | Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance | Survival: The Last Hope | Tank Racer | Ted Nugent: Wild Hunting Adventure | Tellurian Defense | TNN Outdoors Pro Hunter 2 / Pro Hunter 2 | Ultra Fighters | WarBirds II | WarZone 2 | WhiteTail Extreme | WhiteTail Impact | Wild Metal Country | Wild Turkey Hunt | Wings Over China: Air Battles of the Flying Tigers | X: Beyond the Frontier

ShootEm Up 2D/3D:

| 3D Bug Attack | 3D Galaxy Fighters / 3D Hyper Space Fighters | Animaniacs Splat Ball | Atari Arcade Hits: Volume 1 | Chase Ace 2 / Chase Ace Deluxe | Chicken Invaders | Fire Zone | FireCrow | GanGan | Kamui | LaserAge | Missile Command | Nebula Fighter | PetWings | Space Invaders | Strike II | Tyrian 2000 | Valstar | Xenic


FPS Year Summary - 1999

Aliens Versus Predator was one of the most frightening FPS games ever made due to the terrifying alien enemies. However, you could play three ways: as a marine against both the aliens and the camouflaged and hard to fight Predators (both from Fox studio movies and combined in a series of comic books then later on a movie series together), as the Predator with its ability to blur into its surroundings and to use its heat-vision to spot enemies easily that are hiding or in the dark, and you can even play as the aliens, crawling through vents and up walls and ceilings. Around this time there was a trend to re-release games along with patches & expansion packs (Unreal Gold), extra levels (Aliens Versus Predator Gold) and even modified engines (Thief Gold) or the best fan-made mods (Unreal Tournament Game Of The Year and Half-Life Platinum). It was a good way to get super fans of the games to buy them again so as to have a collection all on cd without having to search for these things on the internet and install them on your own, and to get new customers to get more value for the money). Kingpin: Life Of Crime took FPS into a new adult area - inner city drugs & criminals with profanity seldom heard before. Realistic violence had wounded players leacing a trail of blood and being able to inflict more damage depending what part of their bodies were hit. Playing as just another criminal working their way up was unlike the heroic morality of most game heroes. Again, there was quite a bit of controversy from people who regard videogames as strictly "for kids". System Shock 2 wasn't as big as a hit as it deserved but was extremely suspenseful and immersed you in a sci-fi world where you are a survivor of an unknown calamitous event that has left mutants roaming around. There are cameras, alarms and automated gun turrets to avoid. Like in an rpg, you have different stat levels that can be improved like the ability to hack locked doors and terminals and the use of mind powers. It's an absolute must-play for all FPS fans.

Aliens Versus Predator
Kingpin: Life Of Crime
System Shock 2

Unreal Tournament was a huge hit that expanded Epic's gorgeous game engine into a strictly multiplayer arena game. However, you could also play offline against bots (first made by fans for games like Quake 2) with artifical intelligence good enough to compete in deathmatches or even team modes like capture the flag. Weapons were varied with fun alternate firing modes and those that could master bunny hopping across a large level by throwing a translocator disc to reappear where it landed in combination with jumping could be irritatingly hard to kill. Levels were not only varied sci-fi locations like futuristic buildings and alien worlds but also the game engine could as easily create gothic or modern buildings in the large fan modding community. Mutators could be installed on servers to give low-gravity and instagib among other fun play. Epic and other programming partners also released free model, mutator and level packs for the game - something unheard of in the past but which lengthened the shelf-life of the game in stores and in game servers and fan's playlists. Quake 3 Arena was similar to UT with only multiplayer maps with optional bots to play with offline. It was expected to crush all other competition when it came out but even though it was very popular, Unreal Tournament was more varied and Epic stole id's crown in the future as king of FPS games on the pc. It still relied on Gothic architecture and bounce pads didn't exactly appeal to realism fans. However, the adrenaline rush of the Quake style gameplay with its rousing music and taunts also provided years of fan worship and mod-creation as well. Quake 3 and Counter-Strike are still used 10-years later as a standard for competitions in Professional Leagues of cyber athletes where individuals (the most famous being Johnathan "Fatal1ty" Wendel) and teams can win prize money over $100,000 and promotional deals as well. Televised viewings of these competitions are growing in popularity especially in Far East countries.

Unreal Tournament
Quake 3 Arena

Nerf Arena Blast is a kid's FPS version of laser tag games played in real life and is based on the kids toy which shoots only soft balls. Using the Unreal engine gives this "non-violent" version of an FPS where noone is killed a nice look. Occasionally, FPS games which are consistently under critique for being too violent are released with a younger age in mind. Most are of the paintball variety and based again on a real-life sport with unfortunately some awful games tainting the whole subgenre. Few toys have been the basis for FPS games probably due to possible outrage from concerned parents having a toy related to a violent shooter. War in Heaven is another approach to non-violent shooters - adding a religious theme or story to provide a morality to a popular game genre like FPS. Few of this subgenre have been made and almost all are from low-budget small developers so don't expect much actual fun in playing them. Resident Evil 2 was a very popular follow-up to the zombie shooter. This time with a superior engine, it is considered the scariest of the series. Like other console-exclusive titles, it took awhile for the pc version to come out but it was a revised "Platinum" edition with Dual Shock support, a few new extras, and an added battle mode upon completion of the game. Often the delayed console versions of popular console FPS will have improved graphics more easily done on PC hardware and with extra content to attract those who may have already played the original console version or might be hesitant to buy a game that is already a year or 2 old.

Video of gameplay for FPS games by Balg()rG: 1999, 1999 Pt2, 1999-2000.

Nerf Arena Blast
War in Heaven
Resident Evil 2



First Person Shooters

Aliens Versus Predator Rebellion / Fox [top]

This is based on a comic book combination of space marines fighting the monsters from Alien as well as the Predator. One can play as a Predator, marine or an Alien and in each case there are totally different levels and you also hit on the other opponents in each case. As a Predator one can enjoy the different view procedures known from the film which use weapons and also camouflage themselves of course.
Especially the marine levels are cool. The degree of difficulty is high and even though you can save your progress indeed any time, the first time you play you do not know how far it is to the level's end it is yet and the scary atmosphere is very unnerving. Unfortunately, altogether these are too little levels, all one can do is replay them on higher degrees of difficulty again. With more levels and the improvements found in the Gold version it did however improve its previous failings and went from a rather good game to a top one.
In January 2010, a few weeks before the release of Aliens vs Predator (3), an updated version titled Aliens Versus Predator Classic 2000 was released on Steam. It now runs on modern PCs using DirectX 9.0c, supports widescreen & XBox 360 controller, and includes all levels and skirmish mode from the original AvP Gold Edition plus Millennium Expansion Pack.

See also: #Aliens Vs. Predator: Millennium Expansion Pack, #Aliens Vs. Predator: Gold Edition

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Updated Marine Demo v1.4 ~57MB (@ Archive.org) Marine Movie+Music Addon ~34MB Alien Demo ~30MB Alien Movie+Music Addon ~27MB Predator Demo ~22MB Predator Movie+Music Addon ~20MB ( @ Atomic Gamer)
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Reviews
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Total Conversion
Fan-Made Maps
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Full Demo 91MB (uploaded by Old-Games.ru)
Mods
Movie Addon ~117MB (uploaded by Scaryfun)
Direct3D9 Renderer (to play on WinXP)
Classic 2000 ISO made from Steam rip ~474MB (upped by Shattered) *includes Update v1.05
How to run on modern o/s
Classic 2000 with Redux 2.0 2.6GB+414MB (uploaded by 3Spot)
2CD ISO Demo 952MB (uploaded by mklgw1985)
Classic 2000 - GOG Digital ISO Demo v2.1.0.25 471 MB (uploaded by Shattered)
Aliens versus Predator Classic 2000 - uMod Game Fixes 6.1MB (uploaded by Ubersoft)


Astroreptilio Spungulas Software [top]

This is an earlier game made with Game Creation System from creator of Thundra. All assets (except a few sound effects) were custom made for the game, so you will have to look quite hard to find any standard GCS assets in here (unless the stuff is from one of those texture packs that were sold). You play as a reptilian character and instead of the kick feature from GCS design (when you have no weapon), you have a reptilian tail to swat at enemies. The level design is a lot more interactive than most run&gun GCS titles. You have to flip some switches in order to progress and every once in a while there are some text boxes. Polygons on the floor are used with some success, but there are still graphical glitches, as usual. What's really impressive is the architecture of some of the outside buildings. It's not all simple boxes but they've tried to give the buildings some shape and it works pretty well.
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Shareware Level Demo 1.26MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Blood II: Revelations (cancelled) Tequila Software [top]

This was a planned expansion pack for Blood II: The Chosen which was under development by a British based software developer which consisted of Peter Hopkins, Tom Francis, and David Wilson. They worked on it for 6-8 months before the publisher decided its a no go due to the limited sales of Blood 2. Tequila continues work on Revelations with the hope to get it complete for two reasons, a free release over the Internet and the second reason to end up with a good portfolio. The story is about Caleb taking over the Cabal; when the player plays as any of the other Chosen, they are not playing in story mode, so the plot does not need to be worked around them. The game generally would attempt to have a dark city kind of look and a slightly gangstery/film noir feel. Certainly the combat, with the new weapons which require reloading, would be more cover orientated, with the player generally having to hide while reloading and jump out to empty his weapon at whatever is around. Gibbing an opponent would have to take more damage than it does in the original game and it would have been easier to de-limb people. The gibbing noise would have been made louder, and slightly more 'ripping'. As soon as an enemy is killed, their dying body would have been totally immaterial to the player. Six new weapons range from the lowly throwing knife, harpoon gun and right up to the fire-breathing flame-thrower. New magic (four new spells) has been promised, including the 'choke', which of course borrows Star Wars' very own Darth Vadar's tendencies. On January 10, 2015 Peter Hopkins, formerly of Tequila Software, released what he had of the once attempted Blood II: Revelations expansion pack. This includes a wealth of new material, including two new music tracks and five new recorded Caleb lines, although most of the levels included are only part complete with little more than landmark areas finished.
Videos
Download / Rez file *requires Blood 2 to work 56Mb / 64MB (uploaded by Blood-Wiki)
Screenshots


Blood II: The Nightmare Levels Monolith / GT Interactive [top]

After defeating the Ancient One, Caleb and the Chosen plot their return to the Otherworld. There they come face-to-face with the Nightmare, a strong and powerful psychic terror that stalks the Wasteland. One dark evening the Chosen receives a frightful visit from this menacing foe and all hell is about to break loose. There's six new multiplay levels and one new multiplayer mode - play soccer with the heads of your decapitated foes in Blood Ball. Powerful new weapons including the Flayer and the Combat Shotgun. Pak-specific singleplay enemies including the menacing Gremlin, the sinister Nightmare, and the evil Cultist. New playable creatures for multiplay including the Gremlin, the male and female Cultists, the Prophet, and the Soul Drudge. These are not especially big levels. It has a very short play pleasure. Though it's not bad it's absolutely too short.
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Full Demo *Fixed repack* ~67MB (upload by keropi)
Reviews
Good Old Games Version ISO Demo *runs on modern systems, includes Blood 2 + Nightmare Levels, Manual & Soundtrack ~392MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
Infos
ISO Demo 367MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Codename Eagle Infinite Loop, Refraction Games / Talonsoft, Take 2 [top]

In 1917, danger comes out of Russia. The czar is murdered and his son hungry for power steps into his place. He arms Russia and attacks the neighboring countries and conquers them. After years of bloody wars in this parallel universe, a majority of Europe is subjugated. And here the player (after the grand intro sequence) enters into the events. One is a member of a special unit, the Shadow Command. As the best man (one has the name of Red), one must weaken behind hostile lines the Russian military machinery. The missions take place about 99% outside. One can use many vehicles, e.g.: motorcycle, tank, truck and airplanes - all with different executions. The missions offer many subtasks. At the beginning one must penetrate, for instance, into an airfield area. For this one also needs an enemy uniform and papers, so you must get that too. Alternatively one also can go in and blast everything to save time... Also there are tools, like metal claws, gas can (cars use gasoline and must be filled up), and repair kits for damaged vehicles. Graphically the sceneries are rather empty. The engine seems to be a flight sim (and one notices that even so it is difficult to use an airplane though) which is also used for the ground scenes. The opponents, when they are farther away seem over and over again only 1 millimeter thick. Only if they come near, they become polygon figures. Unfortunately, they are also silly, cannot shoot while runnning (though that is somewhat realistic). But because they rush at the player, they are easy prey. Indeed also the different tasks which one has to do like in the first mission, sound interesting but in a lot of details they only irritate. One must load a crate. Moreover one simply goes with the truck to the box and boom it is loaded. In mission 2 one must fly an airplane. How much time you have left remains a secret (one starts with the normal movement keys (w, s, a, d)), but later can only use the arrow keys (at other end of the keyboard). In 3 missions one gets a sniper's gun whose zoom function remains a secret, until one keeps pressing on the weapon key (after one has selected it). In the end, in mission 5 (of 12) one must by an airplane bomb bridges. A venture on which I barely stretched out the available weapons. Indeed the game offers an outside perspective in thirdpperson vies with which one can also play the whole game, but it is impractical. I never succeeded with this mission the bridge to hit or to determine what I did to release the bomb too early or too late. Codename Eagle is rather creative with some ideas, but all in all there are countless frustrating places and contradictions. The story progresses later through the use of old trimmed drawn photos and spoken parts, but it does not carry your interest. To Red it's revealed at beginning by mission 4 which it the real czar's son... I for my part got goosebumps (but not enthusiasm to continue). Whoever likes using different vehicles and has an angel's patience, will maybe enjoy Codename Eagle but I have stopped with mission 5 and forgot the game without any trouble.
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Singleplayer Demo ~34MB Multiplayer Demo ~31MB ( @ Download.com)
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Multiplayer Demo v1.43 + Extra Maps 57MB (uploaded by Codename Eagle Nation)
Full Demo (upped by keropi)
ISO Demo 541MB (uploaded by Egon68)


Dawn Of Darkness Ward Six [top]

This is a nice Fantasy conversion for Quake 2 with RPG elements. It was supposed to be a commercial addon but was cancelled. The makers, however, released the finished levels as freeware. takes place in a long vanished world of mighty forgotten empires and magic. It is the tale of a once revered Lucitanian warlord, Roarke The Merciless, caught between his obligations to his family, his empire and his honor. You have been imprisoned in the captured Manawyd monastary by an army from the Cheitan Empire who have attacked the village you have lived in. Roarke is an elite fighter, if perhaps a little out of practice since his days as one of Lucitan's greatest warlords. You begin playing armed with only the dagger Roarke had hidden in his boot, you must escape and find Sylmaril. How you do this is up to you. The game is played with basically the most of the same controls as Quake 2, except for the new commands and items bindings added. It has all-new weapons, bad guys, maps, textures, models, etc. There is even a new inventory system, and a character dialogue system where you can talk to anyone. Weapons include a dagger and sword which you use by attacking while moving the mouse in the direction you wish to swing. Each weapon also has an alternate attack mode which do things like punch, block, etc. You can also get a bow, crossbow, arrows (flaming and exploding too), pistol, blunderbuss, even a shovel. Some weapons have magical properties, like the sword which goes into Bloodlust mode when you're particularily lethal, and you can decapitate enemies. There are also items like healing potions, a torch to light up dark areas, and a shovel to uncover hidden items. The new enemies are different types of soldiers, an occasional demonic creature, nonviolent NPCs that you can interact with and a really tough end boss. There are 4 really large and good-looking levels with nice details and atmosphere.
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Free Addon + Patch 1.1 36MB+3MB (uploaded by ModDB)
Standalone Free Game & DOD 1.2 Text Mod 263MB (uploaded by ModDB)


Deadlode II The Coven [top]

Inspired by the QuakeWorld Team Fortress mod Deadlode created by Coven coder Kyle Mallory, Deadlode II takes strategy to new heights in Quake II. If looking for a substitute for Team Fortress, at this time there weren't any (Weapons Factory came later on). It has 14 new weapons, new buildings, effects, ammunition, inventory, maps and 2 training maps. Ten new maps feature a variety of goals, as well as Q2CTF map support. Goals vary from straightforward CTF to triggering radiation leaks, preventing nuclear missiles from launching, and more. A modular construction system lets you build turrets, sentry guns, mines, surveillance cameras, laser triggers, alarms and much more. Deadlode II's answer to player classes, profiles are totally customisable by both server admins and individual players... This means you can effectively create your own classes. All Deadlode II's weapons are defined in an easy-to-edit text file, allowing server admins or mod makers to edit the weapons or create their own. The flexible ammunition system allows weapons to use more than one ammo type, giving you even more ways of destroying your enemy. This Quake 2 addon is only partly recommended, because one needs a lot of "foreknowledge", patience, and a lot of time to play it well. It was later released as freeware on Mar 18, 2000.
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Free Addon 53MB (uploaded by Gamers.org )


Delta Force 2 NovaLogic [top]

Compared to the 1st part, a hardware mode was implemented ATI-and TNT cards. Now the grass is no more only a texture on the ground, but serves partly to hide oneself and increases the fun of the game compared to its predecessor (as does the increased A.I. for friends and enemies also). The missions are diverse, and the briefings are spoken. You combat enemy military forces consisting primarily of infantry but also including tanks, helicopters, and other military vehicles. The player has access to several real-life weapons and equipment used by the United States military, including the M4 Carbine and M249 SAW, and may choose which equipment to bring along for each mission. The voxel game engine allows for nearly unlimited draw distance, providing for expansive outdoor environments which vastly exceed the size of levels in many games with polygon-based terrain. The multiplayer mode is excellent. Now also an editor exists, which provides for players to make their own missions. NovaLogic did not change the strong elements of the predecessor a lot, but what they have changed adds a lot of fun.
Screenshots
Level Demo ~36MB (uploaded by GameFront)
Reviews
Full Demo ~164MB Updates ~4MB Speech & Music Addon ~20MB (upped by keropi)
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Fan-Made Maps
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ISO Demo 494MB (uploaded by Shattered)
Clone ISO Demo 503MB (uploaded by Egon68)


Disposable Heroes The Coven [top]

This is a dual Quake and Quake II Deathmatch Pack, featuring exclusive mods and maps for both games. Originally a commercial release, it was later made available for free open source download on March 18, 2000. It's by the same makers as Deadlode 2 for Quake 2. Disposable Heroes features three mods for each game, as well as 21 maps for Quake I and 35 maps for Quake II, including work by former Coven members now working at Epic Games, Looking Glass, and 2015. Highlights included the aptly named M.A.D with its over-the-top rocket launcher based gameplay, and Armourback's striking new character models, some of which are still finding their way into open source games a decade later.
Reviews
Free Addons Quake 1 (dh1.zip), Quake 2 (dh2.zip), Q2 front-end (Q2fe.zip) 9+38.9+1.7MB (uploaded by Gamers.org)
Screenshots/Infos
included in Quake 2: Complete Gamer Add-on ISO Demo 145MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Exploding Lips Galaxy Games [top]

Evil interdimensional Lips invade Earth. Only you can save the day. Blast your way through 18 levels and thousands of Exploding Lips toward the ultimate villain "Big Mouth". It's amazing that FPS games this bad were still being made in 1999.
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Level Demo 10Mb ( @ Official Site)
Walkthrough
Level Demo (mirror) 10MB (uploaded by Meddle)
Video
Level Demo (mirror) 10MB (uploaded by Molitor)


Extreme PaintBrawl 2 HeadGames / Activision [top]

Here you play with colored balls (which can also happen in real life if shot in a sensitive area...;-)). You can play one tournament season or enter directly into the action. If one selects the season, then one enters first a team name, afterwards buys arms from the standard pistol up to sniper rifles (also available). One can buy also new color balls, as well as CO2 cartridges, laser sights and camouflage suits likewise. Weapons, ammunition and other things are distributed to the individual team members. One can also improve his abilities (if one wants and one has the necessary money also). The first level leads the player into an underground parking lot. The opponents are not at all intelligent (which applies naturally also to your team members) and the paintballs fall a little heavily (so the physics don't seem accurate) to get the hang of it easily. The balls have (also depending upon your weapon) only a limited range. They often splat against the ground or a wall (depending upon which is closer) and it takes awhile to get used to them especially at the beginning. One has different game settings you can change: the number of opponents (always a majority), the weapon (marker), number of paintballs and the available CO2 gas (serves to fire the balls). Also an airport, storage hall and office buildings emerge as levels. The game engine behaves clearly below average, as does the animations. After a level ends (caused by either your own team or all opponents are hit) a statistics menu appears in which one also read off and see how much money one has earned in awards. This is invested into further weapons, munitions, equipment to be spread amongst your team members. If one completes one season, you may register yourself into a highscore list. Extreme Paintbrall 2 is clearly not up to par in graphics with other current games but I do not have anything against games of this non-violent kind (even if I have the firm conviction that with over 100 FPS games played to the end, still no humans have I killed). But why must a paintball game be so dull? Parents who want to protect their kids from games which are bloody and violent may buy this game instead, but should not be surprised if the child comes to them after 1 hour and requires a new game, because that's how long this game takes to play to the end).
Infos
Full Demo ~42MB (upped by keropi)
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Half-Life: Further Data V.1 & V.2 Valve L.L.C. / Sierra On-Line, Inc. [top]

This was an addon series for Half-Life. V.1 contains Half-Life: Uplink the exclusive mission demo, the Half-Life 1.0.0.5 to 1.0.0.8 patch, 10 new multiplayer models, 8 new multiplayer maps, 83 sprays for multiplayer, and 2 tracks from Half-Life's soundtrack ("Adrenaline Horror" and "Space Ocean"). V.2 does not contain the two audio soundtracks from V.1, and The Half-Life update is from 1.0.0.5 to 1.0.0.9 which allows Team Fortress Classic to be installed afterwards (though it's pictured on the cover, it's not included on the CD). They were released for free through retail outlets.
Infos
Full Demo (excluding Uplink and 1.0.0.8 patch) 13.5MB (uploaded by Half-Life Uplink)
V.1 ISO Demo without CDA tracks 65MB (uploaded by Wastrel)
included in Half-Life Addon Pack - Fan-Made ISO (provided by Delacroix & upped by Scaryfun) 460MB


Half-Life: Opposing Force Gearbox / Sierra [top]

As a soldier one struggles at same time as in Half-Life in the alien infested station. You are Cpl. Adrian Shephard, one of the military specialists of the Hazardous Environment Combat Unit (HECU) sent in by the government to contain and silence the Black Mesa Research Facility. Shephard travels through new and familiar areas of the Black Mesa facility, encountering new weapons and NPC's. In some segments one receives companion's support (sanitation workers or men with welding torches who are able to open closed doors). There are more puzzles, but all are heavily logical and not especially difficult. The levels have succeeded again very well and the atmosphere is again in abundance and well done. However, one of the biggest strengths of the original, fighting against intelligent soldiers, has ceased. The mission-CD thereby loses something in motivating the player. This CD is still absolutely advisable to be played. The degree of difficulty was slightly lowered so that newcomers could play through it also. Advanced players and pros can start at the higher degree of difficulty, because in the easiest one they will have played through the game, otherwise, too quickly. There are new enemies: Zombie Grunt, Pit Drone, Shock Trooper and Voltigore, plus some new boss creatures. It features an extended multiplayer, incorporating the various new environments and weapons into the original deathmatch mode used in Half-Life. After release, a new capture the flag mode with additional levels, items and powerups.
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Standalone Demo ~71MB ( @ File Shack) Addon Demo ~30MB (requires Half-Life) ( @ Download.com)
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Reviews
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Map & Graphic Enhancement Packs
Fan-Made Maps
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Full Demo ~75MB (upped by keropi)
High Definition Pack ~6MB (upped by Scaryfun)Mirror ~6MB (upped by Maraakate)
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Half-Life Generation 3CD 1.38GB (upped by Egon68)NOTES: includes HL, Opposing Force, and Counterstrike
Half-Life Generation 3 - 4CD 2.18GB (upped by Shattered)NOTES: includes HL, Opposing Force, Counterstrike, and Blue Shift
included in Half-Life Addon Pack - Fan-Made ISO (provided by Delacroix & upped by Scaryfun) 460MB


Hidden & Dangerous: Fight For Freedom / Devil's Bridge Illusion Softworks / Talonsoft, Take 2 [top]

In the mission pack Fight For Freedom, the developers of Hidden and Dangerous have added on another degree of difficulty. If the original game was not already very easy, there are in this part some frustrating places to master even more. At first it is a matter of the Germans stealing prototypes of a jet bomber. Later one must help the American soldiers to master the plight of the Ardenne offensive. Finally one finds himself in 1946 in Greece and tries to prevent the propagation of communism in this land. The 9 missions are well designed, the graphics suitably done, but far from especially well done. New weapons include Thompson submachine guns, German Parabellum sidearms and M1 Garand rifles. Whoever liked Hidden and Dangerous and didn't find it too difficult, then this relatively shortly mission pack is recommended as well.
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Standalone Full Demo ~75MB Reg Fix ~12KB (upped by MasteromaN)
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Reviews
ISO Demo ~270MB (upped by Scaryfun)


Hidden & Dangerous Illusion Softworks / Talonsoft, Take 2 [top]

Hidden And Dangerous is a tactical, squad based action game based on World War II. You have full control over all 8 members of your squad, each member having different tactical skills, either shooting, reaction, endurance, etc. When playing as the person the skills are not very noticeable, but when you let the AI take over it comes in very useful. You can choose each member manually or let the computer do it for you. The same applies for weapons and tools. Tactics come in very useful in this game and are required to succeed in a mission, such as different fighting moves or stealth moves. The game matches up and exceeds the greatness of other similar games such as Rainbow Six, Spec Ops, Commandos and Delta Force. There are quite a few missions to do which range from simple infiltrations to hostage rescues. There is also the capability to get in and drive any vehicle you see if you dont feel like walking. It kick-started Illusion Softworks which later went on to do Mafia, became the first Czech game that gained international success, and played an important role in the renaissance of European game development.

See also: #Hidden & Dangerous Deluxe

Screenshots
Small Level Demo ~43MB ( @ Download.com) Level Demo ~73MB (@ Archive.org) Level Demo v2 ~68MB ( @ AG.ru)
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Reviews
Full Demo 78.52MB (uploaded by Old-Games.ru)
ISO Demo ~354MB (by Scaryfun)


Kingpin: Life Of Crime Xatrix / Interplay [top]

Heavily beaten up, one awakes in a backyard and starts on a mission of revenge against the responsible gang boss. Numerous side missions need to be fulfilled and to lead conversations from time to time to gather information. Mostly, nevertheless, one must kill others to get the necessary items you need. The representation of power and influence was up to this point the most far-reaching ever seen in a game. Now and then one can acquire assistants and to them give simple orders like "follow me" and "stay here". Armor can also be collected which offered protection of either the head region, the torso region or the leg region of the player. Weaponry begins with a small lead pipe but other weapons such as a pistol, shotgun, tommygun, flamethrower, grenade launcher and rocket launcher, will become available when picked up. Kingpin keeps track of weapon skills so that the player's aim is generally worse when they newly acquire a weapon and improves over use. Many of these weapons will be found hidden in rooms, but others will be for sale at the Pawn-O-Matic series of pawn shops. The pawn shop also sells health, armor, ammunition and upgrades for certain weapons. The player is able to hire certain goons who will the follow the player and use their own weapon to attack enemies. They feature their own damage display, similar to the player's, and can be ordered to follow the player or stay put. Some goons will also have lockpicking skills which can be used to open locked doors or safes. Gameplay in Kingpin was most noted for its profanity laden dialog and its graphic depiction of violence. An idea incorporated into the game was that of area-specific damage: A shot to the head would deal more damage than a shot on the leg. To complement this, each game character would also have a deformable skin, which could indicate where and how badly the character had been injured. Injured characters would also bleed, and leave a blood trail making it easier to follow them. The levels are at the beginning mostly in sleazy and filthy places, but later one also gets into richer areas. Kingpin wasn't able to create something really new in any area but what it did was done really well.
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Sold Out release ISO Demo with v1.2 patch & manual plus scans & high resolution patch 696MB (uploaded by Shattered)
Reviews
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Map Pack
Infos
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Proper Full Demo *nothing ripped* ~130MB (patched to v1.21, created for 3DSL by dead-meat & uploaded by keropi) Mirror ~130MB (uploaded by Maraakate)Patch v1.21 ~2MB (uploaded by keropi)
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Fan-Made Maps
ISO Demo ~632MB (by otiscrusher)
High Resolution Patch
Kingpin Proper Rip 1.21 + DockCity + Rags2Riches + KP2 + Night Work + Tourneymod_win32, and Mirror 130+1+114+15+176+28MB (uploaded by 3Spot)
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AlcoholClone ISO Demo & Patch v1.2 675MB (uploaded by hfric)
Full Demo + Manual (thanks to hgdagon & upped by Meddle) 338MB
Clone ISO Demo 662MB (uploaded by Egon68)
GOG ISO Demo v2.0.0.6 325MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Mortyr: 2093 - 1944 Mirage / Interplay [top]

A Polish programming team developed Mortyr. In Germany the game was heavily censored of all images related to the Third Reich. In this alternate reality, Hitler has won the war but in the future it doesn't just influence the society but the weather also (reminds one of the film "The Philadelphia Experiment" - and even the conclusion is the same: that time was manipulated). As the son of a scientist the player gets sent back in time to the year 1944 to correct the after effect. The graphics leave a conflicting impression. Everything animated looks more like a shareware but the traces in snow and multiple light effects leave a positive impression. The game's simple. There are just a few puzzles. Many details look like they were not fully developed. When shooting, the bullet always hits somewhere around the crosshair. Found keys, maps and files (containing information) are much too large and destroy the the forced dark atmosphere. Files with "Top Secret" on them are lying free on the tables. The second half of the game leads into the future which is similar to Robocop. The animations and figures look much better here. All in all a usable game without any brilliant moment but even with only a little frustration. The one who can overlook some weaknesses will be acceptably entertained.
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Level Demo 28MB (uploaded by Internet Archive Software Collection)
Full Demo + Uncensor Patch (provided by 3dslUserLoad) 136MB+13MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
2004 Release ISO Demo ~394MB (uploaded by Shattered)
Clone ISO Demo 404MB (uploaded by Egon68)


Nerf Arena Blast Visionary Media / Hasbro Interactive [top]

This non-bloody shooter is for a younger target group (or those adults who still believe that in a foreign galaxy, every time a screen opponent is killed a poor creature loses its life), without any real power and sombre graphics. Nobody dies - after one has pocketed a certain number of hits, one must begin at a new place. Whether you like the graphics is really a matter of taste, but it does not use the Unreal engine to its full potential. The opponent's intelligence is useful. In so-called Nerf tournaments one strives for victory. The procedures differ only slightly from customary shooters. The "Pointblast" is actually, a pure deathmatch mode. One can find in "Ballblast" mode, in addition to meeting opponents, stationary balls which one shoot into special gates and receive for them even more points. In "Speedblast" one scours check-points and hinders the opponents in their efforts to attain your team's area.
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Level Demo ~22MB ( @ JeuxVideo)
Reviews
Full Demo ~97MB (upped by keropi)
Infos
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ISO Demo 444MB (upped by Egon68)
Fan-Made Maps
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Nutcracker Xdyne [top]

The title of this pitiful game from 1999 isn't too tough a nut to crack. Hehe. In a more or less small window (depending on the resolution) you find yourself in a game which comes (without exaggeration) 5 years too late judging by the outdated engine. The story involves a royal Christmas to honor the young princess which is observed by the queen of the rats and through hatred for her she sets a bad curse on her. As a courageous knight with saber and shotgun (??!!!) you arm yourself to fight the bad curse and the henchmen of the rat queen. The engine offers no possibility to look up or down and in the game thre is in general nothing of interest apart from the fact maybe that a programmer and publisher would have the courage to bring out such a game and in addition ask money for it...
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Shareware v1.0 3MB ( @ BrotherSoft.com)
Full Demo ~3MB (upped by Scaryfun)


PC Gamer: The Extended Play Collection Volume 3 Imagine Media / PC Gamer [top]

On this exclusive add-on disc for PC Gamer are hundreds of new game levels. Half-Life are collected some of the best levels for both single-player and multiplayer mayhem. Don't forget to try out the incredible 16-leve add-on PC Gamer Presents: USS Darkstar, an adventure you'll never forget. Starcraft Whether your preference is for the Terrans, Zerg or Protoss, there are maps that'll test your capacity for strategic brilliance. Included are levels for single-player and multiplayer. Unreal some killer single-player and multiplayer maps. You'll fight the hordes of Na Pali and work your way through some killer areas. Quake II levels that keep the game rockin' for both single-player and multiplayer fun. Don't forget to try out PC Gamer's exclusive Coconut Monkey levels. Heretic II multiplayer levels that will have you jigging and jagging for your life as you try to kill those who would kill you. Total Annihilation maps for skirmish mode against the computer or head-on multiplayer. Myth: The Fallen Lords multiplayer levels that will put your skills to the test whether it's taking out the enemy from a distance with arrows and magic or getting up close and personal with solid steel. Patches, Updates, and Utilities - each of the games included in this add-on contains the latest version patch as well as any tools for the hardcore gamer.
ISO Demo 628MB (uploaded by Internet Archive Software Collection)


Quake 2 Anthology Igroman [top]

An unofficial add-on disk for Quake II by the Russian company Igroman. Includes over 100 levels for Q2, several expansion packs and modifications and plethora of tools to create new content or manage what is already installed. An old test demo of Quake III is included as a bonus.
ISO Demo (Mirror with cover scan) ~651MB (upped by Scaryfun)


Quake 2 TC - Infinity: The Kai'Ren Threat (cancelled) Katana Software [top]
This total conversion was to be a retail product but only ever produced a playable demo before being cancelled. You were the a member of an elite team of space marines known as the Katana Force. After encountering a large horde of alien creatures on a distant planet, most of your team was massacred. Barely managing escape, you and a handful of others made you way back to Katana Force Headquarters on Earth. All but two of your fellow survivors perished on the flight back to Earth. Upon arrival, you were immediately placed in stasis so the necessary repairs could be made to your dying form. Your last vision was of the cryogenic fluids fogging your vision with an indigo haze. This was over one thousand years ago. The fierce and intelligent alien race you had encountered, known as the Kai'Ren, were spawned from the depths of a giant living planet. Until recently, the planet had been feeding off the life force of surrounding planets and their inhabitants. As its solar system became depleted of resources, it became hungry. Recalling its skirmish with the feeble humans, a search was put forth for Earth's galaxy. As the Kai'Ren scouts begin to infiltrate Earth and her surrounding colonies you find yourself revived from your thousand year sleep. You feel different. Your senses are alive. You somehow feel the alien presence on the planet. You look for your fellow survivors. Their stasis chambers are nowhere to be found. Grimly, you exit the stasis chamber, don your equipment and vow to finish the mission you undertook over a millennia ago. Infinity was to feature: 10 new single player levels, 4 new DM levels, 10 brand new weapons, 10 all new power-ups and items, over 15 brand new monsters, ability to play in either first or third person perspective, plus all new sound effects, and a rich, new 10 title soundtrack guaranteed to keep your heart pounding from beginning to end.
Level Demo included in Quake 2: Complete Gamer Add-on ISO Demo (Mirror with cover scan) ~145MB (upped by Scaryfun)


Quake 2: Fanatic's Complete Set Unknown Publisher [top]

A compilation release of Quake II and three expansion packs: The Reckoning, Ground Zero and Zaero. Additional content includes some maps, mods and tools for the game. An old test demo of Quake III is included as a bonus.
ISO Demo ~479MB (upped by Scaryfun)


Quake 2: Oblivion Lethargy Software / PC Gamer [top]


This mission pack for Quake 2, an unofficial and indeed free add-on pack, was exclusively released on the cover CD of the Christmas 1999 issue (# 77) of PC Gamer magazine in the UK. The team who made it, released the pack for general download in 2002 but it was 90% done and required some tweaking and bug-fixes but that was only done in 2009. The mission pack takes place in a Strogg base set on Earth, possibly before the counter-attack of Q2 itself. The Strogg are continuing with their humanity devouring assault, using "Harvester" ships to transport captives to a battlestation called "Behemoth". Your task is to infiltrate their beach-head base, stowaway aboard a ship, and presumably destroy Behemoth itself. The means to complete this mission is fairly standard: call in air strikes, pollute water supplies, collect power cubes, as well as the usual switch pressing and killing lots of things malarkey. It was actually an enormous project consisting of 26 new large levels. 7 all new monsters ranging from new footsoldiers to enormous bipedal "Sentinel" robots, gruesome blood hungry cyborg spiders and flesh tearing Kigrax's. All new textures sets, each themed for specific areas of the mission : barracks, water processing plants, alien meat harvesting vessels, weapons research complexs and numerous others. The pack also came with an original 12 song sound track which was of an extremely high quality.
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45MB + 4MB (@ Playground & patches thanks to Delacroix)
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Reviews


Quake 3 Arena ID Software / Activision [top]

Network and Internet Quakes reach level 9 on the Richter scale. Graphics are magnificent in rendering the levels, as well as the opponents rich in detail incomparable to any engine so far released. The intelligence of the Bots is unmatched. even to the nice ones in UT. The levels are set in the science fiction area and the Gothic style from the first game (and to me the latter is more fun). Also all are of a good size in order to have places for tactics but not to be too large and confusing. The music belongs among the best also, so that action scenes are provided with an extra adrenalin rush. Implementing kinetic bounce and acceleration pads quicken the overall pace but also detract from realism. ID software proved once again that they are, despite quite substantial efforts from the competition, the number 1 in the action game field and can still come up and better their previous efforts with new ideas. Quake 3 provided fans with much pleasure for several years before it was finally surpassed but this game and UT were the powerhouses of the millenium.

See also: #Chronic, #PC Zone April 2000 Coverdisk: Unreal Tournament, Quake III & Half-Life 500 Levels, Quake 3 MP: Team Arena, Quake World 2001

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Level Demo ~47MB ( @ Download.com)
Reviews
IHV Test ~13MB (upped by Scaryfun)Public Tests ( @ ftp.euro.net)More Tests ( @ Tricorp Online)
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Infos
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Total Conversions, Source Port, & Levels
Fan-Made Maps
Full Demo ~133MB + Movies Addon ~99MB (upped by Scaryfun)
Mods/TCs
Movies Addon / Music Addon ~31MB (upped by keropi)
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ISO Demo 632MB (upped by Egon68)
included in Quake 2000 - Russian Bootleg ISO Demo (Quake v1.09, Quake: Shrak v2.0, Quake II v3.20, Quake II: Juggernaut, Quake II Mission Pack: The Reckoning, Quake II:Zaero, Quake II Mission Pack: Ground Zero, Quake III: Arena) 687MB (uploaded by Scaryfun)
Full Demo 424MB (uploaded by 3Spot)
High Quality Textures Addon 178MB (uploaded by 3Spot)
Quake 3 ISO Demo + GOG v2.0.0.2 ISO Demo, docs, maps, mods, models, pre-release 532+878.7MB (uploaded by hgdagon)
AlcoholClone ISO Demo 487MB (uploaded by mklgw1985)
Full Demo v1.11 90MB (uploaded by UberLamer)
Full Demo included in iD Software: The 90's Collection 653MB (uploaded by yamibito)


Quake World Unknown Publisher [top]

A compilation disk of ID Software games. Includes Wolfenstein 3D with three modifications, Doom I & II with several mods and add-ons and Quake I-III. Most notable are the expansions for Quake I (seven) and Quake II (two, Juggernaut & Zaero).
ISO Demo ~633MB (upped by Scaryfun)


Quake World 3 Igroman [top]

An unofficial add-on disk for Quake I by the Russian company Igroman. Includes 15 large expansion packs, a variety of modifications, over 100 maps and plethora of tools to create new content and manage what is already installed. An old test demo of Quake III is included as a bonus.
ISO Demo (Mirror with cover scan) ~525MB (upped by Scaryfun)


Rainbow Six 2: Rogue Spear Red Storm / Red Storm, Saffire [top]

Rogue Spear was clearly improved opposite the first part in graphics and concerning the A.I. (both friends and enemies). There's over 400 new motion capture moves, terrorists and hostages will react even more realistically to you and your team. The frozen breaths of team members will be seen puffing from their mouths in snowy conditions while footprints are left behind. The planning procedure is considerably advanced as well. One fights against terrorists, on this occasion, and the Rainbow Six team is called into action in such locales as Prague, Kosovo or the former Soviet Union. Now a sniper is with the team, as was in Tom Clancy's novel. A replay feature allows players to record a mission and then watch the action from the perspective of any member on the team. Rogue Spear is a successful game with a big emphasis on the strategy and tactical parts, nevertheless, it is already not up to par as SWAT 3 which has a much better 3d component.

See also: #Rogue Spear MP: Urban Operations

Screenshots
Level Demo ~52MB ( @ ShackNews)
Reviews
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Full Demo ~97MB (upped by keropi)
Infos
Clone ISO Demo 447MB (uploaded by Egon68)
Fan-Made Maps
Win8/10 Patch 1MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Rainbow Six MissionPack: Eagle Watch Red Storm [top]

Eagle Watch offers 5 new missions which take place in scenes such as The Taj Mahal, the Forbidden City in Peking, Big Ben, the Capitol in Washington D.C. and a rocket launching pad in Russia. Also new is a spectator's view, which one can observe where your teammates are. There are 3 new weapons and 4 new agents. The multiplayer missions offer an interesting practice possibility and 6 new game procedures. Altogether Eagle Watch is not bad, but very short unfortunately and the weak AI of the original was not improved.
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Full Standalone Demo ~73MB Speech/Music ~39MB (uploaded by Scaryfun)
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Reviews
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ISO Demo ~268MB (upped by otiscrusher)


Raising Dead Gelios Software [top]

If you are curious how bad a game can be, then here is your chance to see. Raising Dead is a sequel of Smuta, and you fight supposedly against the undead criminals of Ivan the Terrible's epoch. Smuta 1941. Winter. The enemy came close to Moscow. The Soviet command was looking for any opportunity to increase the power of the army and turn the tide of war. A group of young Soviet scientists proposed a new project to create special weapons and military units. Deep underground, a top-secret laboratory was established. Modern equipment, food, electricity - everything was in abundance. In April 1942, a fascist bomb caused the breakout of an underground tributary of the Moscow River and numerous landslides. Laboratories were cut off from the surface, and communication was cut off. In 1996, in sensitive sites security personnel discovered in a state of shock completely white elderly people. It turned out that they were those who disappeared here during excavations in 1968. The laboratory had not been flooded, and they continued their mysterious jobs in an automatic mode. And since it was built on the site of the underground cemeteries of criminals since Ivan the Terrible, this led to a sinister and unexpected consequences: the spirits of villains and criminals are able to materialize and destroy the underground people. Gradually from the depths, the spirits appeared in the subway and kidnapped and killed people. If left unchecked, they will flood the town, and will begin a terrible turmoil. The Ministry of Internal Affairs sent a group of underground fighters of special forces on a mission to find the special laboratory, and in case of detection of the enemy, destroy them. They found maze walls and strange antiquities on the floor. The only familiar spot - the iron door with a sign "Caution: Power." The commander ordered them to disperse and to check the nearby areas. Then it all started. Strange sounds, howling and creaking came from everywhere. Somewhere, shooting was heard. Suddenly, there were people in old clothes who rushed to the fighters. A soldier came to his senses and realized that he was alone. By all means he must get to the surface, to tell people what's going on under the ground. There's hovering skulls and deadly mushrooms and levels all in similar looking streets and alleys between buildings. The gameplay is awful; don't say you weren't warned.
Screenshots & "Painful Review"
Shareware v1.7 ~4MB ( @ BrotherSoft.com)
Full Demo v1.7 + Serials 4MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Rebel Moon Revolution (cancelled) Fenris Wolf / GT Interactive [top]

The makers of Rebel Moon and Rebel Moon Rising started work on this team-based 3D shooter game in 1998 for which they had to develop their own game engine for, as well as a seriously advanced artificial intelligence. However, their publisher GT Interactive was having money problems and could not fully fund or give them the manpower they needed and it was eventually cancelled. In command of your unit, which consisted of four people, it necessarily had to include experts with different professional orientation, similarly to the 1996 game - Terra Nova: Strike Force Centauri. Not all depended directly on you. The success of the mission depended also on your talent management branch members in a combat situation. And who was the enemy? Because they would use the same plot outline as the other Rebel Moon games, they would be the same forces of the UN and their hangers-on units. There was also a plan to use the alien force - familiar to us from Rebel Moon Rising. The variety of different phases of movement and play behavior are staggering, there are character animations for aiming from kneeling, surrender, injury, fighting, and falling when shot. Also, the plan was to have automatic generation of levels for a large area on the surface of the moon. The game was to store information on more than 1,000 different words, with which you could communicate to subordinates the various requests, wishes and friendly abuse. In this playable demo version of the game made by WERTA, alien models have not yet been implemented. The level will not trigger another even if you kill all enemies and destroy everything. If your health reaches zero, u will just crawl but not die. There's also three unfinished demo levels (they are made without any opponents). And thanks to the created launcher, you can select from 9 types of weapons, and 3D-design models. Note that the game engine was eventually used for the Christian FPS called The War In Heaven.
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Unfinished Level Demo thanks to WERTA 23MB (uploaded by Old-Games.ru)
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1-Level Demo using War In Heaven engine by WERTA 31MB (uploaded by Old-Games.ru)
Infos


Redline: Gang Warfare 2066 Beyond Games / Accolade [top]

As an outsider, one fights in the end of 21st century against the insiders in a post-apocalyptic world. One can use different vehicles. The graphics are simple, the opponents rather stupid and one gets slightly stuck sometimes. However, the missions are good and the briefings atmospheric and informative. The game also is quite witty in parts. Gameplay takes place on foot or within vehicles known as "Battle Rigs". The game requires the player to use both modes of play. When within their vehicle, the player may exit at any time to continue on foot. When on foot, the game is a first-person shooter (FPS) with gameplay typical of the genre, battling other enemies on foot or in vehicles with sci-fi weapons of unusual power. When in a Battle Rig, the game is more reminiscent of racing or driving games, with the exception that the player can run over their enemies.
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GOG Digital ISO Demo 275MB (uploaded by hfric)
Reviews
2 Arenas Multiplayer Demo ~16MB ( @ Download.com) Single and Multiplayer Demo ~46MB & New Multiplayer Demo ~18MB ( @ Ag.ru)
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Full Demo ~128MB (uploaded by keropi) WinXP Fix & Update Patch ~9MB (uploaded by Scaryfun)
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ISO Demo 573MB (uploaded by Meddle)
EU Clone ISO Demo 550MB (uploaded by Egon68)


Requiem: Avenging Angel (Wrath Of The Fallen) Cyclone Studios / 3DO [top]

As an angel one is sent on Earth to find the angel Aaron. Some angels took it upon themselves to descend onto Earth and interpret God's presumed displeasure with humanity and are known as The Fallen. In the mid 21st century, led by Lilith, they have already taken control over humanity's leaders - suppressing the populace with a totalitarian regime, and pushing humanity towards the completion of the Leviathan, humanity's first interstellar craft. With this craft, humanity will be able to reach for the stars, and touch Heaven itself, something which God cannot allow. If The Fallen succeed in creating the Leviathan, God must instigate Armageddon himself, fulfilling the Fallen's desires. An underground organization fights against the rulers. Indeed one can die, even if one is an angel. You have some supernatural abilities such as one can fly from some distance and can cure youself, as well as run very fast if necessary. A lot of these functions should be setup on the keyboard before playing the game so you are familiar with their location. Although the transition to mortal form has cost him his powers, he gradually get them back. Once he does, he'll have the ability to shoot lightning from his hand, fly through the air, possess the bodies of others and even bring back the dead to fight on his side. It was also one of the first games to feature a bullet time feature, slowing down time to allow the player to dodge bullets, and highlighting the game's then advanced animation system. Requiem is not bad, but it doesn't push the envelope by bringing much new to the genre either. Too rarely there are successful ideas. One fights in the present and also in the background story but enthusiasm is rarely aroused to make you care about the happenings. Over and over again one encounters in a level an especially hard to beat opponent. By the end (on a spaceship) the game irritates more and more, and becomes more unclear.
Screenshots
Level Demo 2.0 ~32MB ( @ Download.com)
Reviews
Full Demo ~224MB / Movies ~77MB (Uploads by keropi)
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Infos
ISO Demo ~540MB (Upload by Egon68)
Clone ISO Demo 545MB (uploaded by Egon68)
GOG Digital ISO Demo v.2.0.0.8 407MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Saints Of Virtue Shine Studios, Cactus Game Design [top]

This is another Christian shooter. The contents concern the internal struggle of a young Christian. Many temptations have to be conquered. Moreover, one must explore the heart of the person (shown in abstract form) and pass many traps. Prayers and also weapons allow you to fight against the temptations. Scrolls strengthen the player, the weapon (a sword - with which one can also shoot) can be upgraded too. Designwise this game (by looking at the screenshots) seems quite outdated in graphics.
Screenshots
Full Demo (upped by keropi)
Reviews
ISO Demo v1.1 ~232MB (upped by Scaryfun)


Sin MissionPack: Wages Of Sin 2015 / Activision [top]

This mission pack for Sin offers all kinds of changes. There's 10 new enemies, 7 new weapons, and 17 new locations to visit. New items: a flashlight, nightvision goggles, usable ropes and Half-Life-style "usable characters" where appropriate. Day and night alternatives of several locations are triggered based on a decision the player makes in the beginning; these alternatives include such things as enemies and alarm systems. Hoverbike deathmatch is a new deathmatch multiplayer game type where players ride around specific maps on armed hoverbikes. Again the action is setup by nice cutscenes using in-game graphics. After Elexis' disappearance, the town is not still quiet. John has chased an opponent in a wild pursuit and finds out that further mutants make the town unsafe. Without hesitating he investigates cases which lead him at first under the town, and later into more pleasant areas like the urban museum, a gaming casino and a swank penthouse. The action is once more nicely diverse as with the original and again provides for witty sayings from JC usually towards his boss. I have played Wages Of Sin only in the end of 2000, however I had a lot of fun with it. Only the accumulation of final opponents and final fights in the end was to me a little too much, however this is my personal taste only.
Screenshots
Full Demo ~137MB (upload by keropi) Note: Works with ISO version of Sin. Added note with info on getting this to run with Sin rip.
Reviews
Sin Gold User Repack ~580MB (made for LW by Delacroix & upped by Scaryfun) NOTE: Contains Sin and Wages of Sin
ISO Demo 208MB (upped by Egon68)
Sin Gold GOG Digital ISO Demo & Custom Edition 576MB (uploaded by 3Spot)
SiN Ultimate Edition (Sin 1.11 + Wages of Sin + Ctf + redemption bots + skins + multiplayer maps + Win7 resolution patch) 800MB+56MB (uploaded by 3Spot)
Sin Gold GOG Digital ISO Demo v2.0.0.9 + Extras 510MB (uploaded by hgdagon)


Skout Soft Enterprises / BMS Modern Games [top]

The shooter Skout comes from Germany uses its own adequate but tremendously slow graphics engine. Even computers with 2 gigahertz and Geforce 4 can have trouble with the 32bit graphics on high resolutions and using numerous graphics gimmicks. Some of the buildings have attractive exterior architecture but the level spaces are quite boring. One is supported in Skout by a drone whose use is time restricted and not always available, but she is undestroyable (if too strongly damaged it will repair itself). The developers did do some things right with Skout - the graphics are pretty, but on most computers at that time it was barely playable (even with normal settings, without every extra activated). The levels are uninspired and the missions also (a lot of run and shoot only and prisoners free themselves repeatedly). The drone, at first interesting, irritates by amusing but completely inappropriate comments. The hero with a constantly bad mood is also not very appealing. Skout is certainly playable, but does not belong in a compelling 3d shooter collection.
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German Level Demo ~13MB ( @ Download.com)
Videos
German ISO Demo 428MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


South Park Iguana Entertainment / Acclaim [top]

This is a 3d-shooter game of the popular animated tv series. It has the usual weakly drawn comic style of the show (which is done in 2d cutout characters) so it's a peculiar choice for a 3d game. Extraterrestrials land in South Park and are out to abduct all women. This does not sit well with our gang of friends and they take up weapons to protect the town. These aren't your ordinary weapons and include a bowling ball, a fart cushion or a cow's cannon. One can slip into the role of one of four: Kyle, Kenny, Cartman and Stan and in the course of the game you meet all the characters from the series. Upon reaching select stages in single player mode, codes are revealed. These can then be input into the "Cheesy Poofs Decoder" to unlock additional characters for multiplayer Head-to-Head play. In multiplayer mode, the players select a level, characters, and game style (time limited, damage limited, or unending). For fans of the series this might be fun.
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Full Demo ~28Mb ( @ Kmzpub)
Reviews
ISO Demo 402MB (Upload by Egon68)
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Videos


Spec Ops 2: US Army Green Berets Zombie / Ripcord Games [top]

Improved graphics (Direct 3d support and less clipping mistakes), new weapons and teams of up to 4 men is a definite advance from the previous game (and genre founder of 3D tactical shooters). Locations are in Germany, the Antarctic, Pakistan, Thailand and North Korea. In North Korea, the Secretary of Defense wants to overrun the country; in the Antarctic, an American military satellite has fallen; and in Germany terrorists have laid hands on Stinger missiles. The levels are diverse and offer some surprises. Three difficulty levels adjust the number of hits that can be absorbed by your force and enemy squads. First- and third-person perspectives are available, as well as viewing through binoculars, night vision, and scopes. Gameplay includes switching from squad member to squad member (up to four) and controlling your squad through commands (e.g., follow me, hold up, move up, hit the dirt, and so forth). Successful completion of missions leads to promotions, medals, and improved abilities. It offers online action over a LAN or the Internet and features deathmatch, team versus team deathmatch or mission, and King of the Hill modes. Multiplayer options include number of players, maximum enemy AI reinforcements and player spawning limits, number of friendly kills allowed before removal from the game, and time limits. Altogether this is much better than the first game but the game engine offers little improvement.

See also: #Spec Ops 2: Operation Bravo

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Level Demo ~35MB Multiplayer Demo ~36MB ( @ Download.com)
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ISO Demo 296MB (upped by Egon68)
Fan-Made Maps
Spec Ops Platinum ISO Demo 441MB (upped by Egon68) * includes Spec Ops, Spec Ops: Ranger Team Bravo, Spec Ops 2, Spec Ops 2: Operation Bravo
Spec Ops 2 Platinum - Proper Full Demo (original + Platinum level packs) (3DSL Upload) 95MB
Spec Ops 2 + Operation Bravo - merged menus 3MB (uploaded by 3DSL Upload)


Spellbinder: The Nexus Conflict Mythic Entertainment / Centropolis Interactive / Mightygames [top]

Spellbinder: The Nexus Conflict is an online-only multiplayer-shooter based on the P&P-RPG "Rolemaster". It plays in a medieval fantasy scenario so instead of rocket launchers the players battle with spells. In every match there are two or three teams with one goal: Conquer all the power nodes. This is accomplished simply by using a certain spell in their vicinity. With more nodes the team gets more mana for using spells. Also every team has a more powerful node in their base. The match ends after 60 minutes or when a team has all nodes in their possession.
The game features four character classes: magician (strong attacks), mystic (high agility and an invisible spell), runemage (traps) and healer. With every hit and/or kill the player gets experience points and, when earned enough of them, a new level. Bonus points are rewarded for team success and playing the whole 60 minutes. New levels give more spells and points which can be used to improve the player's abilities, e.g. attack power or hit points. To ensure fair fights the players are assigned to matches where the opponents and teammates are about their level.
Since 2006, the game is offline.
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Level Demo 12MB (uploaded by Internet Archive)
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Splatterball Plus Mythic Entertainment [top]

Originally, Splatterball was a popular paintball-style online game provided by AOL and GameStorm services beginning in 1997. It was one of the first successful massively multiplayer online shooters. Splatterball was a capture the flag format and was played in one of four virtual arenas: Splat Lake, Splat Park, Castle and Splat West. Players could score team flag points by keeping the flag on base, and could score personal points by shooting other players with various virtual paintball guns (the Pistol, the Burst Gun, the Balloon gun and the Rifle). The type of paintball gun utilized was a personal preference, though most highly ranked players preferred the Balloon gun. Splatterball later had a sequel known as Splatterball Plus on a separate proprietary gaming service run by Mythic Entertainment. Players could enjoy unlimited play for a flat fee of around 10 dollars a month. It was shut down in 2006 shortly after Electronic Arts bought developer Mythic Entertainment.
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Download: None currently available
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SWAT 3: Close Quarters Battle Sierra Studios / Sierra [top]

In the third edition of this tactical game, the developers ventured jumping into a 3D presentation. One leads and is a member in the police troop SWAT. At beginning of the missions one can select from different primary and secondary weapons. However, on the mission one also takes some practical equipment, like a mirror to be able to peer with carefully in spaces or around corners and to be able to find out enemy positions. There are also gas and shock grenades and handcuffs (if you forget to put the criminals in them, they become active enemies again). One works in the team and is supported rather usefully by his colleagues and can also give orders to the teams. The missions take place in different, very detailed surroundings. A church is represented, as are normal houses, urban alleys and also a rich hotel. A lot of importance was attached to the realism in the many settings. One does not see constantly recurring patterns, but all spaces differ not only in their construction, but also differentating the different scenes clearly from each other. Also the designers minded the fact that different building materials react differently to bombardment. In the missions the hostages and gangsters are to be found with every new start in different positions which makes repeated playing through interesting. Whoever loves tactics and 3D, is here absolutely at the right address. SWAT 3 is a bit more suitable for those more patient in nature though. The Elite Edition (2000) updates with new multiplayer modes, new missions and a mission editor. Everything, however, is also available free of charge as a downloadable patch. The Tactical Game Of The Year version (2001) also contained an Advanced Tactics CD which has educational videos shot on location at the famous Blackwater Training Center with commentary provided by actual SWAT officers.
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Singleplayer Demo ~44MB ( @ Download.com)
/ Elite Edition
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Elite Edition Demo ~83MB v1.1 demo patch ~1MB ( @ Download.com)
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Reviews
Demo#1 44MB / Game of the Year Demo ~96MB ( @ FilePlanet)
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Full Demo 126.8MB (uploaded by Old-Games.ru)
Fan-Made Missions
Police Quest - SWAT Generation 6CD ISO Demo 2.84GB (upped by Egon68) *includes Police Quest Swat, Swat 2, Swat 3 CQB: Elite Edition
Game Of The Year Edition 2CD ISO Demo ~1.13GB (upped by otiscrusher)
Elite Edition Clone ISO Demo ~719MB (upped by Meddle) *scene release
Elite Edition Clone ISO Demo ~680MB (upped by Egon68)
Close Quarters Battle ISO Demo ~667MB (Upload by Egon68)
Tactical Game of the Year Edition - GOG Digital ISO Demo v2.0.0.32 993MB (uploaded by Shattered)


System Shock 2 Irrational Games, Looking Glass / Electronic Arts [top]

Aboard the intergalactic research spaceship "von Braun" one awakes and finds himself alone. Through recorded messages found throughout the ship, you gradually learn what happened. You set about to explore the spaceship and encounter numerous opponents, like different robot forms, automated security equipment (autofiring gun setups, cameras, and alarms which if set off alert enemies to your location), mutants and some artificial intelligences. One can switch off the security equipment for some time. One gets some weapons (even if many in the 1st part as well as health packs become scarce later). Also, one collects Nanites and cybernetic modules with which one can improve your own abilities and even psychic powers at certain upgrade places. The degree of difficulty is variable which is necessary because in some places ths story pulls you frantically along. The events are exciting and varied, the graphics are not overpowering, but well done nonetheless. The spaceships are essentially as detailed as with the first game. Crew's quarters, kitchens, offices, and leisure areas - everything well designed. One can play through System Shock 2 also in Co-op mode in twos - a play variant neglected during the last years unfortunately in 3D Shooter games. At the end the player can expect a brilliant gag which I would have wished gladly was done "with more detail". Unfortunately, the end in some aspects is not to my liking and is somewhat irritating. Altogether though, this is one of my favourite games, even if I found the first part (in spite of the outdated graphics) similarly good - because it offered more variety in weapons, tools and drugs and had a more balanced degree of difficulty.
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Level Demo ~37MB ( @ Download.com)
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Total Conversions & Graphic Upgrades
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Full Demo ~325MB ( @ fajnegry.krakow.pl)
WinXP/2k fix
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Full Demo ~119MB Music Addon ~49MB Sound Fix ~16MB Movie Addon ~69MB (uploaded by MasteromaN)
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Extra Movies Addon ~18MB (uploaded by Scaryfun)
ISO Demo 509MB (uploaded by Egon68)
MAC GOG Digital ISO Demo English + German v2.0.0.14 868MB+868MB (uploaded by Shattered)
GOG Digital ISO Demo English + German v2.2.0.10 798MB+800MB (uploaded by Shattered)
Unofficial Patch v2.43 (to run on modern systems) / Infos 17MB
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System Shock 2 Community Patch (SCP) — Beta 1 24MB (uploaded by SystemShock.org)
GoG and Steam Patch v.243 17.5MB (uploaded by oldman)
System Shock Diology - ISO Demos + Extras (thanks to hgdagon & upped by Meddle) 1.98GB
GOG Digital ISO Demo v.2.1.0.4 474MB (uploaded by hgdagon)
GOG Digital ISO Demo English / German v2.3.0.11 805MB / 806MB (uploaded by Shattered)
MAC GOG Digital ISO Demo English / German v2.0.0.16 885MB / 1.23GB (uploaded by Shattered)


Thief Gold Looking Glass / Eidos Interactive [top]

The Gold-Edition is a Director's cut of the original game updated to v1.37 that also contains a bonus 3 new missions as well as five new types of enemies to overcome. Some of the original Thief levels have had minor modifications, to include bug fixes, small design changes and the new enemies. It also includes a bonus "Behind the scenes at Looking Glass Studios" footage and DromED, a level editor for Thief.
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Gold-Mission Level Demo with Intro 72MB without Intro 44MB ( @ thiefmissions.com) Direct3D Texture Error Fix WinXP Patch ~1MB ( @ Thief:The Circle)
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2CD ISO Demo 968MB (uploaded by Shattered)
Fan-Made Missions
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Good Old Games Version ISO Demo 776MB (uploaded by Shattered)
Graphics Enhancement
GOG Digital ISO Demo v2.3.0.55 850MB (uploaded by Shattered)


Turok 2: Seeds Of Evil Iguana Entertainment / Acclaim [top]

Again one plays as the Indian Turok and this time it is a matter sometimes of saving children. New to the game are mission objectives to perform, such as destroying ammunition dumps or activating beacons. There are five types of talismans scattered throughout the levels. These give Turok various powers, such as the Leap of Faith, allowing him to jump long distances, and Firewalk, granting him the ability to walk over lava. There are many weapons and several make use of a sniper-mode. They range from Dinosaur Hunter's bow and arrow to the Cerebral Bore, which was inspired by the Tall Man's weapons from the movie Phantasm. The flamethrower is noted as the first of its kind in video game history to include polygonal fire. For underwater use there's the speargun and torpedo launcher. The final weapon, the Nuke, is broken up into pieces that the player can find throughout the game, similar to the Chronosceptor from the previous installment. New types of enemies include the humanoid Endtrails, the Blind Ones, large spiders, and the Primagen's semi-robotic Troopers. The enemy artificial intelligence has been significantly enhanced, and some foes will run away if the player is brandishing a particularly powerful weapon. In some other cases, enemies can sporadically get into lethal fights with one another. There's also has a dismemberment system, where arms, legs, heads, and other body parts can be removed by targeting specific points on enemy bodies. The opponents differ not only in appearance, but also in behavior and quickness, and one must learn how they react and how one can kill them before engaging them. The animations are excellent again and also the graphics as well. Even a reasonable game save function was included unlike in the first game. There are three available multiplayer game modes: a regular free-for-all deathmatch, team deathmatch, and a unique "Frag Tag" mode. This is an amusing, even if not an excellent shooter.

See also: #Turok 2 Remastered

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Level Demo ~23MB ( @ Download.com)
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Full Demo ~135MB (Upload by Scaryfun)
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ISO Demo 523MB (uploaded by Egon68)
WinXP/Vista/Win7/Win8 Music Fix Patch
ISO Demo v1.03 ~523MB / Ripped Music ISO Demo ~303MB / Ready-To-Play Full Demo v1.04 with all updates, including Vista/7 and Music patch ~108MB / Various Patches (@ FPS Legends)
EU AlcoholClone ISO Demo 570MB (uploaded by Egon68)


Unreal Add-on CD Dynamite Softgroup [top]

This is a russian compilation. Unreal + Retun To NaPali + UT + lots of cool addons. Because the games themselves are already on 3DSL, they were ripped from the ISO. Only the add-ons remained. They are quite a nice find nevertheless - and rare.
Russian Full Demo ~70Mb (thanks to Delacroix & upped by Scaryfun)


Unreal MissionPack: Return To Na Pali Legend Entertainment / GT Interactive [top]

After barely escaping in the original Unreal game, one is aboard a military spaceship which is on the way to Na Pali to rescue there a fallen transport ship. Because of your previous experience, you are chosen to do this through 15 new levels. Some new opponents come: the pack hunter - a fast little horror which looks like a baby velociraptor, travels in groups, and emits a nerve-wracking wail; the space marine is a heavily armed terrestrial soldier wielding an instant-hit automatic rifle and a rocket launcher; and spiders which shoot poison. Three weapons are new and ammunition one finds over and over again in specially placed boxes. The combat assault rifle is an ammo-chewing instant-hit automatic weapon that can also be used in its secondary firing mode as a supershotgun. The other two firearms, a grenade and rocket launcher, are both immediately recognizable and satisfying. They each have an alternate mode - delayed detonation for grenades and remote guidance for rockets - that adds a little zest to each in turn. There are seven multiplayer maps and four new multiplayer game modes: Marine match, gravity match, cloak match, and Terran weapon match. The missions are absolutely playable, but indeed nothing new has occured to the programmers. Whoever liked Unreal, this mission-CD will be pleasurable also.
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Unreal engine Direct3D 10 renderer 160kb
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Full Demo ~159Mb / Music Addon ~27Mb Patch v2.26d ~24Mb (all uploads by keropi)
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Infos
Unreal Gold updated ISO Demo ~495MB (made by Delacroix & uploaded by Maraakate) Includes Unreal, Unreal MP: Return To Na Pali and more.
ISO Demo ~352MB (by Shattered)
included in Unreal Gold - Good Old Games Version ISO Demo 249MB (uploaded by Shattered)
included in Unreal Gold - Russian ISO Demo (8-bit publisher) & Mirror 266MB (uploaded by scaryfun & Delacroix)
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Russian ISO Demo 522MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
Unreal Gold GOG Digital ISO Demo v2.0.0.6 + Maps,Docs,Mods,Pre-Release demos,S3TC Textures 223MB (uploaded by hgdagon)
Russian ISO Demo by 7Wolf 495.6MB (uploaded by Delacroix)


Unreal Tournament Epic Megagames, Digital Extremes / GT Interactive [top]

Before the highly anticipated Quake3, there came UT on the market and it came as a surprise to many that it was so good. Especially the new game mode Assault (one storms a fortress or escapes from a prison) arouse enthusiasm in players. After a round, the sides are changed and one must beat the time of other team. All levels are well-formed without exception and are eventful. A tournament procedure became implemented in which one fights only against Bots (in the team modes one gets Bots put on their own side too and can give to them orders). You must go through other modes such as Last Man Standing, Dominion, Assault and 3 extreme Deatmatch levels to a final opponent in Deathmatch. The good graphics and the diverse levels, as well as the intelligent Bots already make the single player game a lot of fun, but especially on the network with teams, this Tournament is quite Unreal and brilliant. Taking the action to a sampler of sci-fi settings such as a spaceship hurtling through space and skyscrapers so tall that there was low gravity at the top, the UT maps gave a startling sense of putting the battles in exotic locales. Location-based headshots made the sniper rifle a force to be reckoned with. The alternate firing mode of the shock rifle made timing-based combo attacks possible, while a supercharged rocket launcher fired up to six explosive rounds at once. Even the lowly pistol could be satisfying when you picked up a second and ran around Chow Yun Fat-style, with two guns throwing out rounds twice as fast. The mutator format made it easy to package and distribute minor gameplay tweaks, such as instagib game types or low-gravity settings. Since the mutators acted on the game servers, players didn't have to download anything extra themselves; they just had to join a game with a given mutator enabled. UT's mod scene also provided a decent selection of free content, such as the popular Tactical Ops mod, which aped the massively popular Counter-Strike but with UT's much better graphics under the hood.

See also: #Bonus Pack 1, #Digital Extremes Pack, #Inoxx Pack, #Bonus Pack 4, #PC Zone March 2000 Coverdisk, #PC Zone April 2000 Coverdisk: Unreal Tournament, Quake III & Half-Life 500 Levels, #Unreal Tournament Ultra Add On Pack: 2500 Maps

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Level Demo v348 ~53MB ( @ Gamefront)
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Beta Demo ~277MB [80% of the final game levels, slightly different, two new levels (DM-Tutorial and DM-Liandri), new logo map, new Retro skin] (upped by Scaryfun)
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Beta Build 222 ~237MB (thanks to Delacroix & upped by Scaryfun)
Fan-Made Maps
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Hi-Res S3TC Textures Addon & UT rip patch enabler (in Mod/Addon page) Unreal engine Direct3D 10 renderer 160kb
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Mods/TCs
Total Conversions
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Full Demo ~150MB (upped by keropi)Hi-Res Addon ~95MB (upped by Scaryfun)Music Addon ~29MB (made for 3DSL by germo & upped by Scaryfun)
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Extras for GOTY ~259MB (upped by 3Spot)
Game Of The Year Edition - 2CD ISO Demo 934MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
Full CD-Rip Game Of The Year Edition ISO (@ FPS Legends) 420MB
Clone 2CD ISO Demo 955MB (uploaded by Egon68)
New D3D and OpenGL renderers and Precompiled Launcher (Modern system speed fix) 110kb+69kb (uploaded by Chris Dohnal / Sebastian Kaufel)
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Game Of The Year - HighEnd Textures + Addons 1.6GB (uploaded by 3Spot)


Unreal: Fusion Map Pack Epic Games [top]

This was an official free playable bonus pack by Epic Games, consisting of 6 new deathmatch maps playable with bots or human opponents. The purpose of this map pack was to add as either an upgrade or replacement to the batch of maps that were being run on Unreal servers. It was Epic's way of saying "Thanks" to the Unreal Community for sticking with them. DM-cybrosis- well built Skaarj base deathmatch with a nice flow and neato jumping pads by Alan Willard. DM-twilight- Skycity run and gun with lots of traps by Jeremy War. DM-mojo- Sequel to CURSE, tight and fast DM by . DM-letting- BLOOD LETTING by Myscha, one of Cliffy B's all time favourites with nowhere to hide and the layout reminds somewhat of Morbias, an all-time classic. DM-shrapnel- Extremely tight industrial DM by Cliff Bleszinski, his favourite of his own DM maps. DM-loxi- Previously released "free" DM map whipped up by Cliff Bleszinski for your fragging pleasure.
Free Download 2.7MB (uploaded by GameFront)


Vehicle of Freedom MKWON's 3D Gaming [top]

Vehicle of Freedom, formerly known as Power Shooter, is set in a dying industrial city with no human in control. It is the period when the machines took over (in this case, machines with wheels, aka: vehicles). It is your job to end their dream of gaining absolute superiority over a few human beings who managed to survive the war between machines. You are given the super vehicle of freedom to control, to destroy everything that moves. It was made with Pie In The Sky's 3D Game Creation System and has 35 levels, 4 secret levels, 8 enemy types, 3 bosses, and 6 weapons.
Full Demo 2MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


War in Heaven, The Eternal Warriors / Valusoft [top]

Lucifer one day thinks that not only is he the nicest of all angels, but that he could also take God's place. He manages to gather a third of all angels to his side. However, those devoted to God do not allow this seizure of power just like that, so they take up weapons and the war begins in Heaven. As a player one can choose whether one follows Lucifer or stands with God. This has different effects: as a bad angel one gets other weapons and also other levels to see, one is strong and able to speedily regenerate. As a good angel one may not do everything, but must keep to God's orders but because it is the almighty God on this side you also have great power... The game engine of "War in Heaven" is comparable with Duke Nukem, and is thus not state of the art any more. Unfortunately, one cannot fly as an angel also (as you can in Requiem). This Christian action game has 12 levels revolving around Christian messages. The creators are the same ones that made Rebel Moon Rising. One of the game creators, Theodore Beale, later wrote a trilogy of fantasy novels named The Eternal Warriors with the first also called The War In Heaven released in 2000. This game, is in fact, is a hybrid of the remains of the project Rebel Moon Revolution (which died in the course of litigation of Fenris Wolf Ltd with GT Interactive) and new original ideas of the founder Eternal Warriors LLC (and earlier Fenris Wolf Ltd). It has graphic bugs and there are a lot of artifacts.
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Level Demo ~16MB (and Patches) @ Game-HP
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Full Demo ~60MB (upped by keropi)
Videos
ISO Demo ~271MB (upped by Scaryfun)
Fan-Fixed Version that sets up logic of all levels, adds text messages to certain game events, graphic bugs corrected on maps associated with polygons, lighting and other job portals 49MB (uploaded by Old-Games.ru)


Wheel Of Time, The Legend Entertainment / GT Interactive [top]

Using the Unreal engine this fantasy-shooter was developed based on Robert Jordan's popular novel. The opponents also remind of those in Unreal. They are quick, but one searches for intelligence in them in vain unlike in Half-Life or UT. The graphics are well-done and multiplayer mode of "Capture The Seal" is fun in which one can equip his base (cathedral) with traps. It combines elements of first-person-shooter games with strategy/role-playing game elements. The game can be played either in single player or multiplayer modes, which determine the course of the game. In the single-player game, the story centers on a character made for the game: Elayna Sedai, the Keeper of the Chronicles of the White Tower. The storyline in the singleplayer game is linear, whereas in the multiplayer game the player may act as either Elayna Sedai, the Leader of the Children of the Light, one of the Forsaken, and the Hound, an entirely new character type. Instead of normal weapons the player is given a wide assortment of over 40 ter'angreal - magical artifacts which can cast specific spells. These artifacts range from offensive weapons, to shield and healing spells, to various more complex spells, such as one which swaps the player's location with the target. The number and variety of spells available allows for combinations of spells to be used, as well as effective counters to the attacks of other players or AIs.
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Level Demo ~74MB ( @ Download.com)
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Full Demo ~134MB (upped by keropi) Music ~44MB / Intro ~56MB / Outro ~46MB (upped by Scaryfun)Patch 333b ~29MB Movies ~155MB (created by SeriousSam and upped by Scaryfun)
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Music ~44MB (upped by keropi)Patch 333b ~29MB / Movies ~155MB (created by SeriousSam and upped by keropi)
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Fan-Made Maps
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2CD ISO Demo + Patch v.333 ~1GB (upped by Scaryfun)
2CD ISO Demo + Maps, Sounds, Textures Adds, Books, Comic Books 1.32GB (uploaded by hgdagon)
AlcoholClone 2CD ISO Demo 1.00GB (uploaded by Egon68)


WWII GI TNT Team / GT Interactive [top]

From the makers of NAM comes this game set during D-DAY. One is a G.I. who has contact with the NAZI soldiers with one of the first waves. At first you must struggle through the defense on the beaches of Normandy and later one is confronted on lonesome country roads with a sniper. There are 30 singleplayer game levels. WWII standard issue weapons include M1 Thompson, Mp-40 and BAR. There's up to 8 player multiplayer including 8 GI Match levels, 4 capture-the-flag levels, 4 fireteam levels and 14 co-operative levels. Keep an eye on your morale as it affects your shooting accuracy. Booze and smokes will keep your morale high. Destroy Panther tanks with TNT explosives, bazookas, and Anti-Tank Missile. Other enemies include the feared SS troops and Wehrmacht infantry armed with Mp-40s, Mauser rifles and heavy machine guns.

See also: #Platoon Leader

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Full Demo ~21MB (upped by keropi)
Videos
Full Demo ~26Mb ( @ Kmzpub)
ISO Demo ~620MB (upped by Scaryfun)


WWII GI: Platoon Leader TNT Team [top]

This free official expansion has three exciting single-player-only levels: one WWII Pacific and two Vietnam War scenarios. There's 11 weapons including BAR, Colt pistol, Bazooka, M-16 Assault Rifle, White Phosphorus Grenade and M60 Machine Gun. Also, it has many new effects and features not seen in the original game.
Free Download 13.7MB (uploaded by Duke RTCM)


Z.A.R. MissionPack Maddox Games / Auric Vision [top]

This mission pack for Z.A.R. has been published only in Russia due to its huge popularity in on-line play there where it was even as successful as Quake and is available even in the Russian language. The mission pack still supports clearly more 3d graphics maps and developed better gameplay options and improved things in the singleplayer areas as well.
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Russian ISO Demo ~359MB (upped by Scaryfun)


Third Person Shooters

Attack Of The Saucerman! Fube Industries / Psygnosis [top]

In this 3D platform action-adventure, the "NEDCO" have plans to make earthlings their staple food group. It is up to you to make sure that doesn’t happen. In this comedic science fiction game you play Ed, a blue-collar worker from the alien world of Grimloid. In his flying saucer, fly through 28 arcade-like levels and devastate your enemies with a variety of weapons, including one called the "Love Bomb". You can strafe, jump and shoot the "Neds" for points.
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Full Demo ~95Mb (Upped by Scaryfun)
ISO Demo 524MB (uploaded by Egon68)


B-Hunter InterActive Vision / Midas Interactive [top]

In the year 2098, the crime problem of the world is not yet solved in the game B-Hunter, but hunting criminals is popular and is not reserved only for the police. As a mercenary in a hovership one takes on hunting fugitives and must pay attention also that no innocent passersby or city property is destroyed in the process. Shooting opponents brings money, which can be invested in other gliders (there are 3 different ones), new weapons, upgrades, or for erasing possible debts which can be incurred from destruction or damage of public property or attacks on innocents or other hoverships. If one reaches damage of more than $50,000 one will see himself suddenly become hunted by others. B-Hunter has unfortunately only simple controls, which on top of the opponents, levels and tasks hardly changing make it dull. Altogether it's a weak game, that is hardly worth much attention.
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Level Demo 7MB ( @ Download.com)
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Beta Demo ~2MB (upped by Scaryfun)
Full Demo ~7MB (upped by keropi)
ISO Demo 221MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Battle Beat [J] XeNN / NEC Interchannel [top]

This game had a decent following in Japan in the early 2000s and was described by one reviewer as a cross between Quake and Bomberman. XeNN released it as both a free online download (with limited features) and a retail CD-ROM (published by NEC Interchannel). 3D action game software that pop characters rush through the field with cool music backing and hit a bomb on the enemy and blow them away. When connected to the Internet, it has a multiplayer function that can join up to six people. Far away in the universe, planet "Funkadelic" very similar to SHIBUYA. There, the street kids enjoyed music with loud volume regardless of day and night. However, dissatisfaction crowded with the kids who were only listening to their favorite music. Eventually, they started a childish quarrel with high-performance weapons. There's more than 20 items, and six kinds of rocket launchers, remote control rockets, sensor bombs and so on. Besides weapons, special weapons items and power-up items with power-up effects such as penetrating effects are dropped in the map, and we use them to successfully capture these items. In single play, up to 20 BOTs (CPU characters) will appear and you can enjoy pseudo-match, but basically it will be main to play against other players via the Internet. Multi player can participate up to six, "Death Match mode" which simply knocks down enemies, "Team DeathMatch mode" which is divided into two teams to defeat the enemy team, also divided into two teams to take flag battle "Capture the Flag mode" Three modes are prepared. More than 25 maps can be prepared and expanded. Also, you can chat at the time of battle. The screen is a 3D specification reminiscent of Metroid. At the end of 2007, the servers were shut down and the company disappeared soon after.
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Japanese Full Demo + Map Editor 27MB (uploaded by hybridadv)


Busters Midas Interactive [top]

Busters delivers unparalleled action and tons of attack moves in a fully progressive 3D environment to bring you the next level in fighting games. Never before has a fighting game offered so much depth and diversity. Busters is truly the next generation of fighting games.
Like in Fighting Force, you can use different guns in the game.

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ISO Demo ~226MB (uploaded by Egon68)


Colt's Wild West Shootout Encore Software / Contraband Entertainment [top]

Does your trigger finger have the speed and accuracy to earn you a showdown with the big guns? Enter shootouts in old-west locales, like Red River, The Church, Santa Fe Railroad, and a Gold Mine. You'll have a whole range of period-accurate firearms at your disposal ranging from Colt revolvers to shotguns and rifles. Four different difficulty levels let gunslingers of all ages appreciate the detailed action, and complete stats are kept on each of your shootouts. If you're good, you might just earn a match-up with Jesse James, Billy the Kid, Black Bart, and other storybook marksmen. It's basically a shooting gallery with 3D graphics. You move along a preset path, stopping at various intervals to shoot it out with villains who pop up from behind conveniently placed cover. You start the game with three health points, represented by gold sheriff's badges at the bottom of your screen. If you get hit or you hit an innocent bystander, you lose a star. Lose all your stars and the game's over.
Reviews
ISO Demo 495MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
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Descent 3 Outrage / Interplay [top]

The 3rd part has been a long time coming, but the wait seems worth it as shown by the well designed, enormous, varied levels and good music. There are many weapons and naturally (indispensably) also again a guide which was introduced in the 2nd game. Also exterior surfaces were inserted. Sometimes one dips from a tunnel to the surface outside. If the Descent series was never outstandingly successful, with Descent 3 the at least its zenith of quality was reached. Well made and quite playable, this still found few buyers in sufficient numbers since the shooter scene in FPS games in which one runs around on foot became the rage and not many hover shooters ever came out after this one. It was also designed with multiplayer play in mind, and features a lot of mutiplayer game modes: the classic deathmatch, teamplay, capture the flag, monsterball (a kind of soccer with giant balls) and entropy.

See also: #Descent 3: Mercenary

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Level Demo v2.0 36Mb ( @ Official Site)
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Partial Conversion
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Full Demo ~123MB / Speech addon ~13MB (upped by keropi)
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Fan-Made Missions
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Full Demo ~142MB ( @ Kmzpub)
Mods
2CD ISO Demo 975MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
included in Descent 3 + Mercenary - GOG Digital ISO Demo 890MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
Descent 3: Sol Ascent ISO Demo (5-level retail OEM version requiring 3Dfx VooDoo3 card) 193MB (uploaded by Internet Archive Software Collection)


Descent 3: Mercenary Outrage / Interplay [top]

Centered around the dark conspiracy revealed in Descent 3, Mercenary will have you flying as the leader of the "Black Pyros" hired by Dravis to carry out his evil plans. A new 7-level, single-player mini-campaign features highly scripted, detailed environments; enhancing player interaction. Moving parts, traps, secret puzzles and more, add to the gaming experience. There's also 4 new B-side multiplayer levels featuring a wide range of off-the-wall and unexpected gaming environments. Emphasizing fun and humor, these "B-side" levels add a fresh outlook to the multiplayer blastfest. It includes a variety of the best single and multiplayer fan-made levels designed by Descent owners from around the globe. The Descent 3 level editor allows you to create your own levels complete with power-ups, robots, and scripted events. This mission CD has a high degree of difficulty, but otherwise little is new. Descent 3 fans will find great joy in it though.
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Full Demo 123MB (upped by keropi)
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ISO Demo ~241MB (upload by Scaryfun)
included in Descent 3 + Mercenary - Good Old Games Digital ISO Demo 890MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Desperados: Be Quick Or Be Dead / Desperados: An Old West Action Game Rise Software, Sandbox Studios / KO Interactive, ValuSoft Inc. [top]

The dreaded Jesse James is in town and most folks are frightened for their lives. As you move, you notice people's frightened eyes and suddenly you realize it's you they're scared of! That's right, you command the role of Jessie James in Desperados and rob banks while building up your reputation. Three-dimensional environments surround you as sheriffs and deputies try to gun you down - after all, what sheriff wouldn't want to have a notch on his gun for the death of Jesse James! The old west is a tough place but it's every man for himself and the lawless take what they want. Desperados is a shooting gallery arcade-style game that combines the old west with the new technology of 3D computer environments. It's single-player all the way and provides you with ten levels to shoot your way through and get as much money as possible. Along the way, you pick up six shooters and various other types of weapons, such as shotguns. Each gun has only so many rounds and can only be reloaded it a set number of times. You also solve puzzles and remember bank vault combinations from scared bank tellers. In the old west, the banks are yours for the taking. If you've got the guts to shoot your way through tough-as-nails sheriffs while at the same time taking rounds from multiple deputies, then take your best shot - as well as the money!
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ISO Demo 348MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Ed Hunter Synthetic Dimensions / EMI Records [top]

This is a arcade-type rail shooter similar to House Of The Dead. It was distributed as part of the heavy metal group Iron Maiden's 3-cd package where 20 songs voted on by the public were included. The game play disc was separate and the install was on 1 of the 2 music discs. It features the bands inhuman iconic mascot Eddie. Spread across 8 levels, which are themed around artwork from a different Maiden album cover and are brimming with visual in-jokes for the band's fans, the path taken can vary as you are presented with directional choices at various key points within the game. Selecting a path invokes a smooth animation taking you to the next scene in the game. There are various weapons to be picked up also. Levels range from the streets of London to the pyramids of Egypt and even into the future.
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Full Demo ~101MB (by keropi)
Reviews
Custom 2CD ISO Demo ~790MB (upload by Scaryfun)
Clone 3CD ISO Demo (includes Music CD) 1.55GB (uploaded by Egon68)


G-Sector Ingava / Freeform Interactive [top]

G-Sector is an arcade-style 3D action freeware game using the Genesis 3D engine and based around hoverboard combat - a hybrid between an "extreme sports game" and shooter (can be played in 3rd or 1st-person view). Players control the heroine Cyra as she hoverboards through futuristic cities and arenas. Gameplay is based on using ramps and tricks to build velocity and avoid opponents' shots and uses the chasecam and a customizable mouse/keyboard interface. Cyra enters the G-Sector fully-armed and ready for combat. She has the best and latest in shielding, hoverboards, and weapons: Vulcan Gun, Plasma Rifles, Ion Lances, and ICBMs. This was one of the best looking 3D freeware games released up to this time.
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Full Demo ~25Mb ( @ Caiman)


Gromada Gromada Inc. / Bethesda Softworks LLC [top]

On the planet Gromada, battle machines are tested. The game is best described as a traditional 2D top-down tank shooter where you kill everything in sight, solve movement puzzles, and defeat bosses. By constructing battle robots, cannons, tanks, helicopters, planes and floating mines crowding the 20 fully animated (flora, fauna, fire, smoke) arenas of the planet, the player can defeat the mysterious alien forces come to destroy Gromada. Aliens also managed to gain control over all battle units on the planet but Kassandra, a tank with enormous war features that can be even upgraded and beefed up at the end of each mission. With this mouse-controlled beast, you can accomplish all 25 leveled and unlinear missions until you get control over Gromada again, by destroying all enemy machines (20 types in total). The multiplayer mode include particular bonuses for achievements.
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Gromada Revenge - Clone ISO Demo 337MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
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Indiana Jones And The Infernal Machine LucasArts Entertainment [top]

Indiana Jones finally went 3D in this fun action adventure where Indy learns Russians are digging near the Tower of Babel to uncover the Infernal Machine, a mysterious mechanism which allows inter-dimensional travel. There are 17 huge levels around the globe from the Utah canyon lands to Tibetan mountains and through an underwater maze. They have pretty good graphics and an interesting story to carry you through. Considering Tomb Raider was an imitation of Indiana Jones, it's nice to be able to play as Indy. You get to use his famous whip (which takes a bit of time to get accurate with) as well as his gun. The puzzles are based around switches & items and are not too difficult and keep the story moving well. Precise jumping must be negotiated on regular basis. You must use ladders, ropes and dinghies as well as moving on foot. You will also find yourself aboard a jeep and a mine cart. Replacements for your standard whip can be collected en route (from Soviet army arsenal), including grenades, sub-machine guns and bazookas. The valuable treasures you find can be used to buy extra ammo (between the levels). After each level you get your score (Indy Quotient) - you must reach all the treasure items cleverly hidden in secret places to get all the points.
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Level Demo 35MB ( @ Download.com)
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Full Demo ~100MB (upped by keropi) Sound Addon ~223MB Update 1.2 ~1MB (upped by Scaryfun)
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Infos
2CD ISO Demo plus patch, manual/box scans 679MB (uploaded by Egon68)
2CD ISO Demo + Extras 294+275MB (uploaded by hgdagon)
Installer for modern 64-bit o/s including Patch 1.2 + bugfixes 3MB (uploaded by Frictional Games)
Patch to run on modern o/s 3.55MB (uploaded by Replaying)


Interstate '82 Activision [top]

The follow-up to the combat-car juggernaut, INTERSTATE ’76, this sequel puts you behind the wheel of a heavily armed vehicle. Six years after Groove Champion and his allies avenged his sister's murder, the former hero has gone missing. The player takes on the role of Taurus, Groove's former partner, as he tries to discover where his friend has gone. Try to unravel a wicked conspiracy involving the government, Central American Revolutionaries, and deadly assassins. You'll fight your way through sewers, mines, a Las Vegas mall, Area 49, and more. There are more than 30 unique missions to keep you challenged, and 20 different levels provide serious obstacles. All of the excitement, of course, takes place in 1982 you can tell by the cars and the haircuts. The game is less complex than its predecessor, Interstate '76, lacking the detailed armor and weapon management of the original. Its play-style is closer to console-based vehicular combat games like Twisted Metal, with a single health bar as opposed to 76's armor/chassis strength system. The game has a New Wave feel, with several hitherto-unreleased Devo songs being on the soundtrack, as opposed to the first game's funk-inspired style. It features a story-mode like its predecessor, with one new option: the player can exit his vehicle and enter another, adding some strategy to the game's storyline (i.e., trading a light, fast vehicle for a heavier one could help in a firefight, but be limiting in a race). Another new addition is the ability to skin the new vehicle models and there's fanciful new weapons (including lasers and car-disabling "karpoons").

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Playable Demo 28MB ( @ Download.com)
Reviews
Full Demo 94MB (upped by Scaryfun)
User-Made Maps/Models
ISO Demo ~523MB (uploaded by Scaryfun)
Full Demo + Modern o/s Patch + Map Editor + Custom Soundpack 468+14+15+1MB (uploaded by Interstate '82 Vigilante's Association)
GOG ISO Demo v2.0.0.8 446MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Killer Loop VCC Entertainment GmbH & Co. KG / Crave Entertainment, Inc. [top]

Screaming down lanes, flying over jumps, and spiraling around loops is all part of this futuristic racing game. Select a racer, tune up your vehicle, and then speed around eight tracks filled with unique turns, jumps, and loops. Each course requires new techniques to win. The Mars course features perilous jumps and speed-building straightaways, while the Hawaii track involves navigating past 360° underwater tunnels using a magnet tool for gripping. Two play modes are initially available: Championship and Time Trials. Time Trials is a three-lap race against the clock. Championship has you competing in a series of races and earning rewards. As you progress, you'll need to master the use of items and various weapons, including protective shields, missiles, and mines. Succeed and you'll unlock new vehicles and two additional race options: the Killer Loop and the ability to race 25% faster. Blast across futuristic courses set in Hawaii, Moscow, and even on Mars. Master four progressively challenging skill classes. Acquire power-ups to improve speed, turning, defense, and more.
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ISO Demo 461MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
Videos


Lander Psygnosis Limited [top]

The year is 3032. You own a hovercraft type spacecraft and earn your living by piloting it around the solar system, hired by large corporations and other entities to perform various tasks for a price. The more difficult, risky or illegal the mission, the higher the pay off. Lander is a small, lightweight, maneuverable machine designed for tight above and below ground flying, controlled through a set of thrusters on the corners and a single main engine on its belly. With the money you earn, make needed repairs or improve Lander with better weapons, engines, armor – or even replace it entirely. There are five grades of armor, four pulse energy weapons, three missile systems and four engines available when you have enough cash to purchase them. In order to succeed, you must master intricate flight dynamics. Learn to maneuver your Lander through a series of traps and other obstacles, all the while handling gravity, wind, and other atmospheric interferences. There are 30 increasingly difficult, non-linear single missions covering 15 different planets and moons. In the early stages of the game, they involve finding and retrieving objects with your tractor beam, searching and destroying a specific target or stealing an important object. Later operations take on a covert military flair, some of which are puzzle based, and you find that other factions are determined to stop you at all costs. Two multiplayer levels support deathmatch play over IPX or TCP/IP internet connection. CD-Rom and DVD versions were shipped in the same package. The DVD version (Psygnosis' first release in that format) boasts high-resolution MPEG 2 video sequences and Dolby Digital 5.1 audio. The PC version offers Dolby Surround Sound and MPEG 1 video (in shorter length) on a single CD-Rom.

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Playable Demo 11MB ( @ Download.com)
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Full Demo 100MB (@ Kmzpub)
ISO Demo 505MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
Special Edition DVD ISO Demo (provided by bakuDD & uploaded by Scaryfun) 1.62GB
ISO Demo 499MB (uploaded by Egon68)


Macross: Another Story [J] Media Kite [top]

This is depicting the same era as the animation of the first generation "Macross", a specific original story of Gaiden. Not just shooting, while destroying the enemy aircraft by operating the ship (Valkyrie) directly, the elements of the real-time simulation have you clear the missions while making a precise instructions to the allies has also to be taken into account. Of course, do not worry because the system can can be learned easily even for beginners. In addition, depending on the result of the first combat training to be carried out, and big story branches, will be celebrating the different endings. Happily you can also any number of times replay it. To those who love Macross, you can create each of the stories in this game.
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Japanese Clone ISO Demo 248MB (uploaded by Supernova)
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N.I.C.E. 2: Tune-Up Synetic GmbH / THQ Inc. [top]

This add-on for N.I.C.E. 2. ships with all benefits from the patches for N.I.C.E. 2, especially an arcade mode and further optimisation for 3D graphic cards. Add-on exclusive content are six new courses in Canada and northern Italy and a new vehicle class with four German cars like the "Firewolf Turbo" with 400 hp. The rest consists of smaller changes like a random start position in duel races or bonus points for the fastest round.
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N.I.C.E. 2 + Tune-Up - German Full Demo 375MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Nerf Jr. Foam Blaster: Attack of the Kleptons! Hasbro Interactive [top]

This game utilized a special light gun that resembled a regular Nerf blaster. This accessory was used to shoot the robotic Kleptons, the game's antagonists, in a cartoon shooting gallery. The alien Kleptons are planning to take over the world's Nerf supply using, oddly enough, a washing machine. After picking a playable character out of the choice of three kids, Taro, Manny, and Nikki, you must take down their forces before the world's Nerf is gone! Luckily, Mr. Fish, a genius goldfish, is there to supply you with new weapons on your journey. The primary gameplay consists of many arcade-style games where the player uses the included light gun to shoot the Kleptons in different situations. One segment, for example, has the player firing at disguised Kleptons while trying not to shoot humans, and others may have the player simply firing away at any Kleptons on screen.
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Download: None currently available
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Nocturne Terminal Reality / Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. [top]

This is a scary third-person action-adventure with static camera angles that makes you feel you are particpating and viewing a horror film at the same time. You are "The Stranger", part of a government organization called the Spookhouse that exists to eliminate supernatural threats. There are four different chapters with 5 or more episodes each - Dark Reign of the Vampire, Tomb of the Underground God, Windy City Massacre and The House on the Edge of Hell. The super graphics and creepy sound add to the spooky atmosphere. The game featured cutting-edge graphics for the time including The Stranger's cape flowing like real cloth around him. One of the biggest selling points being the realistic shadow rendering capability of the game engine. The makers strongly encourage players to play in a darkened room for maximum effect. Like many early survival horror games, Nocturne features prerendered backgrounds superimposed with realtime 3D characters. Camera angles were often chosen for style rather than function. During gameplay, it is common to experience difficulty keeping track of the player/character as the camera view can radically change when moving out of the current camera frame. The monsters are nicely designed and scary too. The control of the main character can be a bit awkward but if you want to play a scary game in the style of Alone In The Dark or Resident Evil then this is definitely worth playing. Two other games developed by Terminal Reality bear relation to Nocturne. Blair Witch Volume 1: Rustin Parr features one of the Spookhouse agents investigating the Blair Witch legend and uses the same game engine as Nocturne. Bloodrayne was to be a sequel to Nocturne but instead has a few references to locations and characters from Nocturne.
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Early Stage Demo ~109MB Chicago Theater Demo ~81MB ( @ Download.com) The Town Demo ~128MB Crescent Theater Demo ~116MB ( @ JeuxVideo)
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Full Demo ~517MB (created for LW by Hellsgate and upped by Scaryfun)
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2CD ISO Demo ~1.1GB (uploaded by Scaryfun)
Fan-Made Levels
Custom ISO with integrated patch + Extras 2GB (uploaded by hgdagon)
Full Demo 707MB (uploaded by The Collection Chamber)


Omikron: The Nomad Soul Quantic Dream / Eidos Interactive [top]

This is a HUGE sci-fi action adventure game that tries to give you everything in one game. You are asked by an Omikronian police officer named Kay'l 669 to enter his body and investigate serial killings in the city of Omikron. You can explore the entire city with four differing sectors but controlled by an oppressive government which is run by a supercomputer called "Ix". There are many characters to talk to and things to investigate. There are also shooting and fighting opportunities as you encounter many enemies. There are definite goals that you must try and achieve but you can choose and do other things that also interest you including going to a bar and listening to a band which in fact is David Bowie who wrote several songs for the game. Once you've attained the resurrection spell in the game, you'll have the ability to move into bodies using Mana. There are over 30 characters that you can take over and access their apartments, see their lives, and sometimes, get another key to the puzzle of Omikron. If you are not impatient and would enjoy exploring another world then this is recommended.
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Extreme Repack Level Demo 126MB ( @ AG.ru)
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Full Demo ~156MB (upped by keropi)Fixes ~6MB (upped by Scaryfun)
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English/Spanish/Italian 3CD Clone ISO Demo 1.52GB (uploaded by Egon68)
Good Old Games Digital Download ISO Demo v2.0.0.7 + Extras 1.2GB (uploaded by hgdagon)


Outbound Freeform Interactive / Ingava [top]

This is a fabulous freeware game that features full mechanized combat. This overhead shoot-em 'up is sort of an arcade version of MechWarrior. You'll take your beefed-up Armored Mobile Vehicle (AMV) to eight different planets, each with unique environments and missions. As soon as you land, you'll engage swarms of enemy bots and fulfill your objectives. In some scenarios you'll have to destroy bases, substations and rescue marooned allies. The action climaxes on the planet Gateway, where you blow up the enemy's main battle station and hastily return to your dropship. It's a lot simpler than most mech games, so don't expect a highly sophisticated "simulation." Rather than worrying about building and maintain your bot, the game lavishly focuses on seek-and-destroy gameplay. You use your keyboard to control the AMV, and the number keys to toggle your weapons. Throughout your missions, you can pick up a variety of power-ups and bonuses. In the heat of battle, you can deploy guided missiles and pulse cannons to destroy the enemy. Use the on-screen map to locate targets as well as to identify friendly units. It's not complicated, but it's quite difficult to play. Its limited control system requires you to use the arrow keys to move your AMV. Though you can use combinations, it's hard to move diagonally when being attacked. It may take a couple of missions before you have full mastery of your bot. Highly recommended for mech and action fans alike.
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Free Game 8MB (uploaded by hfric)
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Outcast Appeal / Infogrames [top]

This is a highly underrated action-adventure game that puts you in an alien world with beautiful and very detailed environments. You are Cutter Slade, the leader of a group of scientists assigned to enter an alternate dimension in order to stop a black hole that threatens the Earth. Something goes wrong and you wake up on an alien planet and being asked for help to liberate the people from an evil dictator as your coming was a prophecy. The game's story is great and you encounter many characters who are all expertly voiced and acted so that you feel as if you are in a movie and people are depending on your good actions. The music is good and enemy A.I. is excellent. In search for five sacred relics, you travel through the five huge continents of Adelpha (plus one tutorial island). Each land has its own landscape (mountains, lakes, forests) as well as dozens of minor problems - small quests that you've got to solve. Apart from exploration and puzzle-solving, you'll fight lots of guards and creatures. Using your six futuristic weapons (railgun etc.) works fine, but sneaking up to your victim and punching him out silently is also possible - and safer. Cutter swims and dives, jumps and crawls, talks to lots of people and discovers many useful objects. In short: He's having a hell of an adventure. Outcast is technically notable in many ways. It combines a voxel landscape (allowing for a smooth, rolling terrain) with polygon objects and persons. More interestingly, it is the first game to apply textures to voxel structures - thus making a house distinguishable from a square rock. The impressive orchestral soundtrack was performed by the Moscow Symphonic Orchestra and Chorus. This game is highly recommended. In 2014, Outcast 1.1 an updated version was released following an unsuccessful Kickstarter crowd funding campaign for a complete HD reboot after acquiring the rights in 2013, the original version was updated with various improvements to make it compatible with modern systems. Technical enhancements include a multithreaded voxel renderer for higher performance and software bilinear filtering on polygonal meshes. This version supports higher resolutions and includes new high-resolution sky paintings and a redesigned HUD to match the higher resolutions. It also includes a launcher for settings (such as the voiced language selection and subtitles) and has native support for gamepads.
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Level Demo 140MB ( @ JeuxVideoPC)
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Full Demo ~164MB (by keropi) Read nfo and follow instructions from "Start Here". Added note in last briefcase on getting speech and music files to work with rip. Thx to smoko. Speech Addon ~186MB (by MasteromaN) Hi-Res Addon ~12MB (by keropi) Patch 2.0 ~5MB (created by acmcowling & upped by keropi) Manual ~3MB (scanned by Hellsgate & uploaded by keropi)
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Infos
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2CD ISO Demo ~1GB (uploaded by TG)SeNaTe)
DVD ISO Demo 3.96GB (uploaded by Egon68)
GOG Digital ISO Demo v2.0.0.13 + Outcast 1.1 GOG ISO Demo v2.3.0.22 1.33GB+1.15GB (uploaded by hgdagon)


Re-Volt Acclaim Studios London / Acclaim Entertainment, Inc. [top]

For years, the Toy-Volt company has been producing toys and games for children all over the world. Within months of introducing their first products, Toy-Volt shot to the top! No one could put their finger on exactly what it was that made the toys so popular. Sure, they employed the best designers and marketers in the world, but there was something else about Toy-Volt toys, something almost.... magic. Now, their newest R/C cars really start to live! Re-Volt is a racing game where you take control over one of more than 28 R/C cars and drive on one of the 13 tracks. The tracks are varied, and include a toy shop, a supermarket, a luxury liner and more. It is possible to play a "reversed" (backwards) or "mirror" (reversed left and right) variety of each track. There are also 4 levels of realism to choose from. There are a couple of single- and multiplayer game modes to choose from. There's a Single Race, where you complete a single track while competing with several computer-controlled opponents; a Championship, where you try to complete a series of races in hopes of finishing on the top; and Multiplayer, where you play with live opponents. There's also a Time Trial, where you're alone on the track, and simply try to get as best a time as possible; a Practice mode, where you're free to drive around a track to learn its structure and shortcuts; and the Stunt Arena, where you drive around a special arena and try to collect stars situated in hard-to-reach places. In Single Race, Championship and Multiplayer there are power-ups scattered throughout the track; picking them up gives you a one-use random power, such as missiles to launch at pesky opponents, a star to temporarily freeze competitors in place or a lightning bolt, which makes your car shock opponents nearby to make them stop.
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Level Demo 25MB ( @ Download.com)
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Full Demo 51MB (@ GamesWin)
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Full Demo 61MB (@ Abandonia)
Full Demo 61MB (@ XTC Abandonware)
Full Demo 53MB (@ Fajnegry)
ISO Demo 455MB (uploaded by Egon68)


Resident Evil 2 Platinum / Biohazard 2 Capcom [top]

Resident Evil 2 is considered by many to be the best game of the series. The sequel makes substantial improvements on the original in the graphics department, especially in the way of character models and improved animations, such as head tracking. You again have the choice of selecting one of two characters, each with its own disc, but the item and weapon differences and stories vary greatly depending on what order you play the discs. What you do in one game can have an effect (although a very limited one) on your next game, and there are two unlockable extra-tough scenarios and other secrets to be found. Inside R.C.P.D., detailed files and photos flesh out the story nicely, making RE2 more detailed and involving than the first chapter. For many, RE2 is still the pinnacle of survival-horror. The pc version adds Dual Shock support, a few new extras, and an added battle mode upon completion of the game.
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Level Demo 60MB ( @ GameFront)
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Full Demo ~120MB (@ Kmzpub)
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Full Demo ~131MB (upped by keropi) Low Quality Movies ~48MB Movies ~471MB Music ~42MB Gallery Addon ~5MB (made for 3dsl by loki1985 and upped by Scaryfun)
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Full Demo+Fix ~133MB Claire Endgame Addon ~56MB Leon Endgame Addon ~56MB V1.04 UPDATE *CRACKED* ~1MB (upped by MasteromaN)
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2CD ISO Demo 996MB (upped by Egon68)
Bio Hazard 2 - Japanese Custom DVD ISO with enhanced FMV (thanks to GigaWatt) 1.67GB (uploaded by Scaryfun)
Clone 2CD ISO Demo 1.14GB (uploaded by Egon68)


Rollcage Attention to Detail Limited / Psygnosis Limited [top]

Rollcage is a fast, furious 3D racing game combining elements from Death Rally with elements from Bullfrog's classic Hi Octane: Race five other drivers in an immersive 3D environment while shooting at your peers and avoiding their retaliation. There's eight different weapons at your disposal. Along with these mighty meshes of mass destruction, Rollcage is spread out over twenty different tracks (within four distinct racing environments). The environments you race in consists of objects that are fully destructible, such as skyscrapers. Also, would-be racers are allowed free roaming anywhere on the terrain. Once you've mastered the game, Psygnosis has added various hidden items such as mirror tracks, hidden vehicles, and deathmatch arenas for the multiplayer game. Cars can drive up walls, flip over, and continue driving. This makes for a very quick and fluid gameplay unlike any other at the time of this game's release.
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Full Demo 93MB (uploaded by Abandonia)
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Full Demo 51MB (uploaded by GamesWin)
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ISO Demo 488MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
Level Demo 9MB (uploaded by CNET Download.com)
Rollcage Redux - Freeware 98MB (uploaded by Official Site)
HD Full Demo 377MB (uploaded by The Collection Chamber)
Rollcage Redux - Freeware Game 98MB (uploaded by 3Spot)
ISO Demo 431MB (uploaded by Egon68)


Russian Roulette 2: The Next Worlds Logos / Buka Entertainment [top]

The player assumes the role of the last descendant of an ancient imperial dynasty. He is the only person in the world who can unseal 5 portals, open the Galactic Way and find some mysterious mighty artifact capable of changing the life of mankind. Russian Roulette allows the player to walk by feet, fly and ride more than two dozens of different vehicles from battle dragon and steam helicopter to space cruiser and giant walking robot, tanks, jeeps, space ships, or even live dragons or giant grasshoppers each with its own way of movement and shooting. To give player as much freedom as possible is the first goal. In the game you have to, again, unite six planets through the activation of galactic portals. Each of the planets features a completely different theme, ranging from prehistoric, to medieval and futuristic.
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Level Demo 23MB (uploaded by AG.ru)
Russian Full Demo 96MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
Russian ISO Demo + patch 231MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Savage Arena Rage Games Ltd. [top]

This is a futuristic handball game, funded by local crime lords for amusement. The game is violent, fast and with few rules. There are three different weapons that are available in Savage Arena: Guns, Bombs and Chainsaws. Players are in teams and teams are fighting. As players take damage, they will begin to vomit on the arena floors, which means that they are nearing incapacitation. The courts has three scoring zones, with more points being awarded for scoring goals from difficult play positions. Each player has a default playing position in the game. There are six different playing positions; Goalkeeper, Defender, Sweeper, Winger, Forward, and Midfielder.
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ISO Demo 493MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Shadowman Iguana / Acclaim [top]

In this horror shooter one plays as Mike LeRoi, an art student, whose brother was murdered. He has been implanted with the Mask of Shadows, a powerful voodoo artifact, into his chest. Without a soul, you can change between the worlds of the living persons and the dead ones. This becomes also necessary, because the voodoo priestess, Mama Nettie, sends him on a odyssey in order to save the world. Five serial killers known as 'the Five', under the direction of an immensely powerful and evil being known as 'Legion', are attempting to bring about the Apocalypse by transporting an immortal army of hideous monsters to Earth (Liveside) through an enormous construction on Deadside simply called 'Asylum'. You travel to Deadside using your strong emotional attachment to your dead brother's teddy bear as a conduit and meet up with Jaunty, a skull-headed snake who acts as Nettie's eyes and ears. As the Shadowman you also have the power to hide in shadows so as to avoid detection. One steers the protagonist using the 3rd-person behind view. Unfortunately the controls are rather tough to judge and use. There are some cutscene sequences in the game, through which information in the game will be shown but must read info also. The story involves voodoo and mass murderers and is pleasantly dark - like the hero. In the mission, one must look for the way to go in enormous levels, jump and climb and solve some puzzles. The main weapon is the Shadowgun, a pistol through which Mike can channel his shadow power and reap life energy from his enemies. Numerous other weapons also exist, such as voodoo implements, ordinary Earth weapons, and some oddly-designed Deadside firearms. Along the way, you collect "Dark Souls", a set of 120 indestructible souls which imbue Mike with greater power once enough are absorbed and allow access to coffin gates. Collecting small ceremonial pots called 'cadeaux' also increase the life meter by one unit for every 100 gained. The levels are non-linear and you can fight the 5 bosses in any order. Leveles range from swampland just outside of New Orleans to barren wastelands in Deadside, from an underground railway station in London to blood-soaked slaughter-rooms in Asylum. The graphics are successful and the sound as well; definitely worth playing.
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Level Demo 67Mb ( @ Download.com)
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Full Demo (by keropi)
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ISO Demo 441MB (uploaded by Egon68)
Early Beta Demo 72MB (uploaded by Steve)


Silent Hill {PSX} Team Silent / Konami (America), Inc. [top]

This first in the popular survival horror series was a Playstation exclusive though the next games 2 through 5 all came out on PC. Set in the eponymous fictional American town, the game follows Harry Mason as he searches for his missing daughter in three alternate dimensions. He stumbles upon the town's religious cult conducting a ritual to revive the malevolent deity it worships. Five game endings are possible, depending on actions taken by the player, including one joke ending. The objective of the player is to guide main protagonist and player character Harry Mason through monster-filled alternate dimensions as he searches for his lost daughter Cheryl. Silent Hill's gameplay consists of combat, exploration, and puzzle-solving. The game mostly uses a third-person perspective, but in pre-scripted areas, the camera occasionally switches to other angles for dramatic effect. Harry confronts monsters and bosses in each area with both melee weapons and firearms. An ordinary man with minimal experience with firearms, Harry cannot sustain many blows from enemies, and gasps for breath after sprinting. His inexperience in handling firearms means that his aim, and therefore the player's targeting of enemies, is often unsteady. A portable radio alerts Harry to the presence of nearby creatures with bursts of static. The player must locate and collect maps of each area, stylistically similar to tourist maps. Accessible from the menu and readable only when sufficient light is present, each map is marked with places of interest. Visibility is mostly low due to fog and darkness; the latter is prevalent in an alternate dimension known as "Otherworld", a dilapidated version of the town. The player locates a pocket-size flashlight early in the game, but the light beam illuminates only a few feet. Navigating through Silent Hill requires the player to find keys and solve puzzles. A successful movie adaptation was released in 2006 that had elements from games 2,3 & 4 also.
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Fan-Made PC Conversion & Sound Patch (uses ePSXe emulator) 428MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
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Star Trek: Hidden Evil Presto Studios / Activision [top]

Plunged into the wake of the events following the movie Star Trek: Insurrection, the player becomes embroiled in a plot to harness the destructive powers of a coveted genetic seed. This action adventure starts off well. You play as Ensign Sovok, a human raised by a Vulcan caretaker who helps out Captain Picard in his investigation of some mysterious relics discovered on a planet which is being colonized by the Son'a who are nearing rebellion...and then the Romulans also show up to make matters worse. This section has nice graphics and is fun as you explore the planet's surface and some underground areas as well. The rest of the game takes place on a Romulan space station and on the Enterprise and consists almost entirely of navigating mazelike ship interiors, incapacitating guards with phaser/disruptor fire or Vulcan nerve pinches, collecting pass cards, and shooting critters. Picard and Data are hardly in the game, the controls are awkward and the corridors soon become boring.
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Level Demo 24MB ( @ Download.com)
Reviews
Full Demo ~100MB (upped by keropi)
Infos
ISO Demo ~484MB (uploaded by Scaryfun)


Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace Big Ape Productions / LucasArts [top]

Considering I hated the film, there's more fun to be had in this game for me though unfortunately you can't kill Jar Jar Binks. You can play as Obi-Wan Kenobi, Qui-Gon Jinn, Captain Panaka, and Queen Amidala. A few like Queen Amidala and Anakin are voiced by the film actors. Each can use different guns and bombs, but the Jedi Knights also have their standard issue light saber, force push, and a double jump. You dispatch enemies, go through the occasional block pushing puzzle, talk to the locals, and follow the plot of the film with scripted scenes throughout. The levels have some nice graphics though the characters are sometimes blocky and the music is good. Through parts you must travel with a companion character that irritatingly sometimes gets stuck on the scenery.
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Level Demo ~34MB ( @ AG.ru)
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Full Demo ~70MB / Speech Addon ~41MB (uploads by keropi)
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ISO Demo ~669MB (upload by Scaryfun)


Tomb Raider 2 Gold: The Golden Mask Core Design / Eidos [top]

In this separate mini-adventure whose plot is completely unique, Lara Croft comes across some clues referring to a small island in the Bering Sea: a faded photograph showing an Inuit whale hunter holding what looks like an ancient Golden Mask, an old newspaper from 1945 referring to a conflict over an Alaskan gold discovery, and a secret kind of fortified military mine base. Lara is primarily interested in finding the Mask, as it is rumoured to be the famed Golden Mask of Tornarsuk - a greater spirit said to bestow powers of re-animation on the mask wearer. 5 new levels are included: The Cold War, Fool's Gold, Furnace Of the Gods, Kingdom, and Nightmare in Vegas. Nightmare in Vegas becomes however only available if the gold in the secrets of the other 4 new levels is found.
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Demo (The Cold War Level) 10MB Demo (Fool's Gold Level) 9MB ( @ Download.com)
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Standalone Full Demo 13MB (uploaded by GamesWin)
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ISO Demo ~275MB (upped by Scaryfun)
Include in Tomb Raider 2 Gold (99) ISO Demo CD1 Tomb Raider 2 ~263MBCD2 Golden Mask ~739MB (upped by Trey)
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included in Tomb Raider Bundle - EU AlcoholClone 3DVD ISO Demo 17.4GB (uploaded by Shattered)


Tomb Raider 4: The Last Revelation Core Design / Eidos [top]

This time the entire game takes place in an Egyptian setting. Core Design made it rather grueling. Lara explores dark caves, antique palaces, abandoned ruins, pyramids with deadly traps and sarcophagi, temples of powerful Egyptian gods and rivers full of crocodiles. You travel into the desert and Lara explores the valley of the kings and Karnak, where she finds the amulet of the Horus and descend to the cave of Semerkhet. Subsequently, you travel to Alexandria, where you collect different artifacts and valuable information. Then you go to Cairo, where you become acquainted with the dark side of the city and in the labyrinth-like roads you must make your way through. Finally there is a showdown at Giza. The story is absolutely central to the game with FMVs and in-game scripted scenes that advance the plot and connect the levels. Enemies have been given an AI boost and fall into three categories: animals (scorpions, crocodiles), humans (turban-masked henchmen, SAS soldiers) and supernatural beings (skeletons, animated statues, Egyptian gods). You can get stung by a scorpion and the screen undulates, making jumping around difficult and mildly nauseating. Beetles can swarm you and must be kept at bay with fire. You have to read scrolls, figure out riddles and solve genuinely abstract problems. It is by far the longest game in the series, consisting of many levels which connect together in such a way that the player must go back and forth between levels. The puzzles are more thought-provoking as well, incorporating such items as water skins and torches rather than merely relying upon switches, keys and box puzzles.

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Demo v1.1 ~11.8MB ( @ Stella's Tomb Raider Site)
Reviews
Full Game with 1 hour limit ~578MB ( @ Download.com)
Infos
Full Demo 129MB (uploaded by keropi)
Fan-Made Levels
ISO Demo ~692MB (uploaded by Scaryfun)
Running On XP/Vista
included in Tomb Raider 4+5 - GOG Digital ISO Demo v2.1.0.7 1.18GB (uploaded by Shattered)
Original Soundtrack (uploaded by hgdagon)
included in Tomb Raider Bundle - EU AlcoholClone 3DVD ISO Demo 17.4GB (uploaded by Shattered)


Tomb Raider 4: The Last Revelation - The Times Level Core Design / The London Times [top]

Late in 1999, this free promotional level was written especially for The Times in London as part of a special promotion to celebrate the anniversary of the discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb and is set in and around the newspaper. It starts with Peter Stothard, The Times editor, asking Lara to see him - to tell her of a hush-hush find in Egypt and an unfolding mystery. Lara soon gets to work for the newspaper - checking out information in their archives then embarking on the dangerous mission. To complete the level she must get to grips with plenty of weapons and tools. Then she will have to solve specific puzzles while dodging traps and some chilling enemies - like scarab beetles, bats, mummies and skeletons. This is a standalone level which does not require the original game. The level appears to be based off the title flyby seen in Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation. It also includes two small TR-based puzzle games.
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Free Standalone Game ~33MB ( @ Stella's Tomb Raider Site)
included in Tomb Raider 4+5 - GOG Digital ISO Demo v2.1.0.7 1.18GB (uploaded by Shattered)


Urban Assault: Metropolis Dawn (cancelled) TerraTools Computer Creations [top]

This expansion was never released due to poor sales of the original, but a near-complete copy of it was leaked onto the internet for the fan community before TerraTools became RadonLabs. It adds the Ghorkov and Taerkasten campaigns (the original game had only a campaign for The Resistance). A further part of the story is told from the perspective of these groups. It also added new vehicles and maps.
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Download & Helicopter Fix 30MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
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Urban Chaos Mucky Foot Productions / Eidos Interactive [top]

This is a fun update of classic arcade side-scrolling beat-em-up games in modern 3rd-person 3d action. You play first as a rookie female cop Darci Stern who frequently spars with a group of street thugs named the Wildcats, who start getting involved in increasingly dangerous criminal activities; kidnappings, bombings – unusual behaviour even for street thugs. She meets a mysterious vigilante named Roper who gives her clues to aid her investigation of the Wildcats and offers warnings that they are more dangerous than they appear and that they are getting more organized, stronger and have plans to take over Union City. The second part starts with a mysterious and brutal murder pointing to the mastermind behind the Wildcats. He threatens the city with missiles and even black magic. You have about 12 missions with various side quests available too if you choose in a beautifully rendered near-future city threatened by criminal gangs. You must fight many enemies in hand-to-hand combat and also with weapons you may pick up, and there are also vehicles to operate. This has a nice fighting system and is worth playing.
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Level Demo 25MB ( @ Download.com)
Reviews
Full Demo ~139MB (@ Kmzpub)
Full Demo ~129MB (upped by keropi) Movies Addon ~93MB (ripped by dead-meat uploaded by keropi)
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ISO Demo ~519MB (upped by Scaryfun)


War Drones Media Design Group / Midas Interactive [top]

This fast-paced flight combat action game features advanced 3D graphics and sound. Players can control up to six craft at the same time and blast their opponents into oblivion with the help of 10 different, high-powered weapons.
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included in Midas 5 In One: Vol. 2 - ISO Demo 135MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Warzone 2100 Pumpkin Studios / Eidos Interactive, Inc. [top]

Earth's defense satellites accidentally launch nuclear warheads due to computer malfunction in this real-time strategy. Our planet is destroyed, except for a few factions that rebuild their strength and attempt to dominate the brave new world. As you make your way across the wasteland, hunting down artifacts and destroying hostile forces, you find out that the satellite's unexpected nuclear launch may not have been entirely accidental after all. You are in charge of searching the land for technological artifacts held by the other fellows. These artifacts are then researched to create new weapons, chasses, and propulsion types, all of which are interchangable, meaning there are over 2000 units for you to blow stuff up with. You can build tanks, hovercraft, Vertical Take Off/Landing (VTOL) vehicles, as well as cyborg units. There are machine guns, missile launchers, flame throwers, mortars, etc. Since all your technology comes from artifacts you swipe from your enemies, you are almost always fighting with weapons a step below what the other guy has, meaning you have to rely on your strategic prowess instead of sheer military superiority. The battlefield is fully 3D, the camera is rotatable and zoomable, and all units are 3D as well, except for humans, which are sprites, but they aren't too plentiful, so it's a minor point. It was later released as open source in 2004, for the community to continue working on it.
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Freeware Version v3.1.2 92MB (uploaded by Official Site)
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ISO Demo 361MB (uploaded by Old-Games.ru)
Clone 2CD ISO Demo + Extras 788MB (uploaded by Egon68)
Clone 2CD ISO Demo + Extras 931MB (uploaded by Wastrel)


Xtom 3D Jamie System Development [top]

This is a 3D arcade shooter. You can fly any of three available aircraft: a jet-like airplane, a colourful UFO and a flying robot. Each aircraft has unique weapons and magical effects. You fly over various themes of 3D terrain (deserts, valleys, caverns, technological structures) in third person and have to shoot down enemy aircraft. Each level is concluded with a big level boss. On your way there you will have to collect power-ups and avoid enemy fire. As long as you are firing weapons, you build up your mana bar. When full, you can use a powerful magic blast that does a lot of damage.
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ISO Demo 380MB (uploaded by Old-Games.ru)
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Beta Level Demo 9MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
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Free Fan-Made Games

WarZone Ben Librojo [top]

This is a 3D arcade game in which the player controls a tank from a first-person perspective. The main goal is to navigate through the level and destroy as many tanks as possible before suffering maximum damage. An enemy tank is destroyed when hit by a successful shot, and the player receives a number of points to the general score. On the other hand, the enemies need five successful hits in order to kill the player, since one projectile deals 20% damage. To avoid being shot, the player can hide behind obstacles and follow the enemy positions on the radar.
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Browser-Playable Free Java Game (uploaded by Official Site)


Beyond Wolfenstein II Special Edition Dev-N [top]

After the Wolfenstein source code was released, some fans set to work to improve the engine and made this standalone total conversion. The first result was Beyond Wolfenstein. Then Beyond Wolfenstein 2 (Special edition) was done with even more possibilities. The game added a lot of new textures and all levels were fully remodeled. The authors have made a perfect maze, giving you no idea where you are and you err and err again and again. Enemies increased, both in diversity and in number and so it is with weapons. There are more than 4 new weapons including a rocket launcher. Different kinds of ammunition are used. It became possible to have a flamethrower and new opponents among other things. Unfortunately, due to its popularity, as measured in downloads, it caught the attention of id Software CEO Todd Hollenshead, and Nate was asked to pull his "Beyond Wolfenstein" series in 2001 from his site and its mirrors due to copyright infringement. The upcoming release of "Return To Castle Wolfenstein" was believed by many to be another contributing factor in this crackdown. The affected mods were: Beyond Wolfenstein (06/16/99), Beyond Wolfenstein II (07/07/99), and Beyond Wolfenstein II SE (11/30/99).
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Free Standalone Game ~2MB (@ Free Game Archive)
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Free Standalone Game ~2MB (@ GamesWin)
Free Standalone Game v3.0 ~2MB (@ Plne hry)
included in Wolfenstein 3D Fan-Made Collection 23MB (uploaded by 3Spot)


Narcos Johan Peter Lems [top]

This is a 3D game created with the beta GCS 3D engine by Pie in the Sky software. This engine is not yet perfect, there are errors (bugs) in the game. Because this engine is continuously improved, the aim is that within the year the engine derives from where polygon objects can be used. The current engine uses objects created from 2D still images NL. sprites. Narcos Industries is a company that produces a biological weapon. This weapon is used by criminal or terrorist organisations to put opponents in a deep sleep that they go into a coma and never wake up. Your job is to use a time bomb to destroy the vital part of production being built on a pyramid. But beware, if you have the time bomb activated, you should try to get back as soon as possible where you started in this level otherwise it's game over! Game tips: Try to find your weapon in level 1 first and collect as many lives. You can get everything in there with the Enter key. Select your inventory with the S key and the Enter key. Please save your health and ammunition and do not wait too long to upgrade your health.
Free Game 3.6MB (uploaded by GCS Games)


Project Totengraeber BJ Rowan [top]

Well designed 48 levels in total with source code changes, a modified engine, remastered graphics, new sound effects, new health bonuses and larger ammo pickups, ambient sounds, chainguns that jam and must be replaced, new end art and help screens, and a cinematic story based on the original episode two, "Operation: Eisenfaust." The Allies have learned of Doctor Schabbs' plan to resurrect an army of undead soldiers, a plan codenamed Project Totengraeber (Gravedigger). As B.J. Blazkowicz, you are sent behind enemy lines to infiltrate a network of Nazi strongholds, each connected by subterranean tunnels. You must work your way to Schabbs' secret lab and stop him from unleashing his mutant army upon the world. Considered by many to be the best Wolfenstein 3D TC ever. The first half of Totengraeber was released as "Phase 1" on October 30, 1999. It would take another year to finish the remaining levels, and finally launch "Phase 2/Final" on December 23, 2000. In 2010, an SDL version was converted by MCS Amsterdam to enable running on modern systems.
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Free SDL Version for Modern Systems ~2MB (@ Veracottis)
Free Standalone Phase 2 Final Game ~1377kb (@ Official Site)
Free Standalone Phase 1 & Phase 2 Final Games ~2MB (@ Mr. Lowe's)


Xplosion Juan Frances Gonzalez / Juansoft [top]

This is a simple free shoot 'em up. Basically the program is divided into two parts. A first in which we will resist, for 15000 points, the siege of up to 3 hordes of enemy ships, and a second, in which, for 5000 points, we have to avoid shooting and prevent ships from getting to the bottom of the screen.
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Free Game (DOS & Portable Versions) 1.5/2.7MB (uploaded by Juegos Liberados)


YS Flight Simulator Soji Yamakawa [top]

This is a fully featured lightweight flight simulator. Best of all, it's free and places the user in control. Basic avionics, forgiving flight models, and uncomplicated weapons systems make YSFlight easy to learn, while a vibrant modding and online flight community draws new fans in and holds veterans’ attention. As well as basic functionalities, it has a network feature that allows you to fly with or against your friends. You also can fly a formation leader, dogfight, intercept, attack ground, take off and land on an aircraft carrier and so on, and you can choose your airplane from more than 50 airplanes, and there are several maps as well. Join together in teams and dogfight “East v. West” battles in modern or cold war era aircraft, or show off your skills doing aerobatics for your friends. It provides the amazing opportunity to host online events such as virtual airshows, squadron competitions, or even races! YSFlight’s extensive online community has been around for nearly a decade, and host all kinds of amazing events. The community is constantly creating addons for everyone, and always giving advice to newcomers. The true strength of the game, however, is the modding community. YSFHQ houses an extensive collection of new maps, aircraft, weapons skins, and tools, while the international community provides thousands of additional mods to try. If you can’t find what you really want, make it yourself! With relatively simple modding tools, almost anyone can produce basic repaints, while greater efforts can produce high quality jet fighters, transformable mechs, or a man on a bicycle.
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Free Game 9MB (uploaded by Official Site)
Mods/Addons


Simulations

3D Hunting: Extreme MachineWorks Northwest LLC / Macmillan Digital Publishing USA [top]

You just haven't been hunting until you've tracked and killed endangered species. Take a journey to Africa, setting out on a vicious safari to take down beasts of all walks. You can hunt 14 species of game in 4 places: Pleistocene - mammoth, saber-toothed tiger, cave bear, Cretaceous - t-rex, giant raptor, triceratops, styracosaurus , West Africa - lion, zebra, elephant, giraffe, East Africa: tiger, rhino, croc. The locations provide lush 3D graphics, and variable weather ensures that each trip out will be a little different than the last. Each environment boasts four to six unique weapons for you to master.
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Download: None currently available


3D Hunting: Shark ManMachine Games / Macmillan Digital Publishing [top]

The legendary killers of the deep blue become the prey, and you have the unsettling task of becoming the predator. The game pits you against every sort of shark imaginable...dealing out level after level of underwater excitement. Hunt from the deck of a mighty watercraft, or throw on the SCUBA suit and get your shark repellant handy. You'll have access to dozens of weapons, earning more as the game progresses. The music owes a little homage to JAWS, and the 3D graphics are unbelievable.
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Download: None currently available


3D Planet Attack Gamescape Studios / RealNetworks Games [top]

With awesome graphics and stereo sound effects, this is similar to the 3D Asteroid Impact arcade game but you're inside the ship. The year is 2398, Earth's Government has declared a state of emergency as the solar system is invaded by a huge fleet of Napian war ships. Weapons of all kinds were outlawed in 2344 following a 330 year peace, so Earth's planet system and all of it's colonies are at the mercy of the evil Napian super fleet. Returning to Earth alone in a dated cargo vessel. You have repaired it's dormant shields and weapons to fully functional status. Your plan is to systematically free each planet in the solar system by ridding it of Napian ships, stealing weapon technology and shield energy as you destroy them. You soon get a hyperdrive working and learn to navigate treacherous mine fields and asteroid belts. Be prepared for hell!
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Shareware Level Demo v3.0 6MB (uploaded by Chip.de)


ACM 1918 Aqua Pacific Ltd. / Project Two Interactive BV [top]

This is an arcade shooter that plays at the end of World War I. You can choose between four cartoon-like pilot characters and fly in their biplane aircraft to complete twenty missions. You win a medal for each mission you successfully complete. Airplanes include the Fokker DR1 Triplane and Albatross D-III. You view your plane from a 3rd person perspective as you fly through a 3D world. In the compulsory training missions you learn to bomb specific targets and fly through hoops.
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Full Demo 41MB (uploaded by Wastrel)
ISO Demo 295MB (uploaded by Wastrel)


American Deer Hunting 2000 Coresoft / Interplay [top]

Put yourself behind the sights of a high-powered rifle, stalking a 12-point monster throughout the thick Vermont forest. Hunt whitetail deer, moose and elk. Set up a tree stand and wait for the perfect shot, or track the buck through the underbrush. Do you have the skills? Do you have the patience? Do you have what it takes to become a REAL American Deer Hunter?
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ISO Demo 168MB (uploaded by Egon68)


Argosy 2325 BitPlayer [top]

This is a "story/simulation" game along the lines of space games, except underwater. It tells a story, in this case a science fiction adventure, and simulates the world in which the story takes place so that you can participate, instead of just listening. One of the main characters is a pilot whose "handle" is Jake who will handle the speaking part of the story, but when it comes time for Jake to enter a submersible craft known as a SeaHawk and carry out a mission, then you take over. The story moves forward when you complete a mission, which requires both piloting skills and tactical thinking. The early missions are designed to get you up to speed on your piloting and combat skills. Later missions test your puzzle solving and strategic thinking capabilities, along with turning up the heat on your combat abilities. If you are a newcomer to such games, you will enjoy the experience of seeing your piloting skills improve as you encounter ever tougher opponents. The experienced players will find that it requires as much strategic thinking as it does fast reflexes and that it requires plenty of both.
Screenshots
Full Demo 113MB (uploaded by Old-Games.ru)
Videos
ISO Demo 588MB (uploaded by Egon68)
ISO Demo 587MB (uploaded by Meddle)


Armored Fist 3 NovaLogic, Inc. [top]

This is more of an action tank game than a simulation. Players command M1A2 Abrams tanks across four campaigns that encompass more than 50 missions of tank combat. Destroy a terrorist compound, rescue an allied tank platoon, and defend your base from enemy attack. As well as controlling your own tank, you have command authority over others. The interface is designed to simplify the often-complex game situations. Integrated Voice-Over-Net allows you to quickly coordinate your team's attacks on the multiplayer battlefields of NovaWorld. Devastate hordes of advanced AI infantry with your turret mounted M2 50 Caliber machine-gun or simply run em' over with your 70 tons of rolling steel. Authentic M1A2 Crew Station Images allow you to control the Abrams Tank from either commander, gunner or driver positions with actual working switches and controls. Coordinate and deploy strategic enemy strikes using artillery, air support, and ground troops. Crush Vehicles and Buildings as the M1A2 rolls over obstacles with impunity, leaving only the track of its tread path behind. Also includes Internet multiplayer for up to 32 players, on NovaLogic's online gaming service. Gameplay modes include Capture the Flag, Deathmatch and Team Play.
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Level Demo ~26MB (uploaded by JeuxVideoPC)
Reviews
Full Demo 224MB ( @ Old-Games.ru)
ISO Demo ~611MB (upped by Egon68)


Avoyd enkisoftware [top]

This 3D multiplayer game looks like a spiritual predecessor to 2008's Celestial Impact: Both involve the player being able to shoot away and add onto various asteroids in the playing area while also having to contend with deadly opponents. Multiplayer lets you control a spaceship with up to 13 players. Your ship also has some special ability to create objects such as mountains behind which you can hide, or other obstacles in order to hinder the progress of opponents. Once a commercial title, it has since become freeware. A modern remake of the game is slated for release in 2014.
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Free Game 2.5MB (uploaded by Official Site)
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Babylon 5: Into the Fire (cancelled) Yosemite Entertainment / Sierra Entertainment [top]

The Babylon 5 Space Combat Simulator begins on the third anniversary of the Interstellar Alliance - two years after the end of Season 5. Aside from one brief conflict with the Centauri Republic early in its first year, ISA President John Sheridan has delivered on his promise to keep the peace among its member worlds. But behind the scenes, away from the bright lights of news hover-cams, trouble is brewing. Races that have been at peace during the last two years are starting to fight over borders and the rights to new technologies. Random attacks on shipping lanes are growing in number. There are troubling reports of powerful, unidentified warships near the rim. It could be nothing at all - paranoia because things have been going along so well? Or it could be exactly what it looks like... trouble. A number of original cast members from Babylon 5 reprised their roles alongside a number of new actors plus a number of veteran B5 character players such as Wayne Alexander, Ron Campbell and Kim Strauss signed on to play wholly new characters. The footage for the FMV sequences were directed by B5 veteran director Janet Greek and shot in two phases; first a week long shoot on the standing B5 sets with a separate three day shoot against blue screen. Optic Nerve Studios also returned to provide the alien make-up effects. The 100 page long script was written by Randy Littlejohn and Christy Marx. Work on this game ended on September 21, 1999, when, as part of a corporate reorganization, Sierra cancelled it and laid off its development staff when the game was only a few months away from release. This game was to have cast the player as the pilot of a Starfury fighter craft, giving the player an opportunity to move up through the ranks and eventually take command of capital ships and even fleets. Christopher Franke composed and recorded new music for the game, and live action footage was filmed with the primary actors from the series. Some of Franke's music for the game was included on a separate disc that came with "The Official Guide to Babylon 5 (CD ROM)", also published by Sierra.
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Pre-Alpha Demo 203MB (uploaded by The ISO Zone)
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Battlezone 2: Combat Commander Pandemic Studios / Activision [top]

This successor to Battlezone was highly praised by the press (that was very loosely based on the classic 80's game which was one of the first pseudo-3D ones). It captivates the player with outstanding graphics (partly the fantastisc animations and structure of the bases) and varied missions. One comes as newbie on Pluto, where a station became victim of an attack briefly before. In the first 3 - 4 missions one is made familiar with the tasks and possibilities. The degree of difficulty is still small at this time but rises strongly starting from the 6th mission. If an error or a delay is made in the mission then there are practically no profits to be made. One must have fast reflexes, if one is in the hoverships and tanks. However there's also the task of keeping your command keys straight. Under fire, one must command your team members and assign them goals and build further units (also waypoints). Altogether Battlezone 2 ia a relatively balanced mixture of action and strategy through which the strong and varied story and beautiful graphics keeps one motivated in playing it. This is a good thing too because, with the substantial degree of difficulty it could put some people off. Pure shooter fans and strategists will both find things to like in this game though it helps if you like both genres. Those that do will be very pleased with this. For me, Battlezone 2 is a successful game, only the degree of difficulty was laughably high.

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Level Demo 15MB ( @ Gamefront)
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Full Demo ~127MB (upped by keropi)
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ISO Demo 595MB (upped by Scaryfun)
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Patch 1.3.7.1 Public Beta 105MB (uploaded by Nathan Mates)


BFRIS Zero Gravity Fighter Combat Aegis Simulation Technologies / GT Interactive [top]

BFRIS is a 3D accelerated (OpenGL required) flying action game that allows you to fly six different combat fighters and "battle with plasma cannons and ten different power-ups in a maze of interconnected battle arenas." The game's physics engine includes velocity, acceleration, momentum, and inertial effects, and power-ups include shields, jamming systems, camouflage, etc.
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Playable Demo ~20MB ( @ download.chip.eu)
ISO Demo 372MB (uploaded by Egon68)


Bird Hunter: Upland Edition Sunstorm Interactive Inc., SCS Software / WizardWorks Software [top]

This is an upland bird hunting simulation. Hunt quail, pheasant, dove, grouse, etc and bring along your dog too. The dog takes commands, helps flush out the birds. Careful attention was paid to the shotguns and ammunition and how they perform. Part of the strategy is to bring along the right ammo and each shell is loaded manually letting you customize your volleys.
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ISO Demo ~128MB (uploaded by Trey)
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Body Glove: Blue Water Hunter Zombie Studios / Encore Software [top]

Sponsored by "Body Glove" brand of bodysuit, Bluewater Hunter is an interesting underwater hunting game that immerses you in the dangerous world of freediving. Your goal is to hunt the world's largest trophy gamefish in 6 dive locations, using realistic equipment and taking into account the laws of physics.
The game does a good job of modelling underwater environments in 3D. The adrenaline rush of seeing a giant gamefish emerge from the murky waters is palpable, and it's quite exciting to see a menacing shark coming out of the blue, looking for blood. As far as I can tell, game physics is reasonably realistic. For example, you have to always watch your oxygen level while underwater, and deal with the perennial balance between weight and usability while you choose equipment. Dangerous predators make the game more challenging, and you can toggle the difficulty level if you find the game too hard or too easy (there are 3 skill levels in total). Dozens of equipment, 14 species of gamefish, and solid gameplay makes this one of the more interesting fishing games on the market. It is repetitive in places, but it should not deter fans of the sport who take the adage "patience is a virtue" to heart.

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Full Demo ~18MB (uploaded by neo_viral)
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Full ISO Demo 112mb (uploaded by Old_Schooler)


Buckmasters Top Bow Championship Sunstorm Interactive, Inc. / WizardWorks Group, Inc. [top]

Become one of bow hunting's elite archers. You take a deep breath and move your sights to the target. Hesitating for a split second, you launch your shot in one smooth motion. This is your chance to showcase your concentration, accuracy and skill. Pit your skills against the best archers in the sport, competing in the most prestigious bow championship in the world. Wrest the coveted Buckmasters Trophy from the defending champions, by advancing through the regional qualifiers, on your way to the elite finale. It features competition 3D targets: Whitetail buck and Black bear. Non-Competition 3D targets include Whitetail doe, elk, and wolf. It has scenic 3D shooting environments, and 3 state-of-the-art compound bows: 60 lb. Buckmasters Bow by Jennings, 70 lb. Buckmasters Bow by Jennings, 80 lb. Buckmasters Bow by Jennings and 4 top-of-the-line Easton Arrows: 2016, 2315, 2413, 2514. The tournament-style gameplay has 1 qualifying round, 1 championship event, a "Red Dot" shoot-off for any ties, and new target setup for every tournament. Up to 8 human or computer players on one computer.
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Cabela's Big Game Hunter III Elsinore Multimedia Inc. / Head Games Publishing, Inc. [top]

Seasoned outdoorsmen and armchair hunters alike can now enjoy more virtual hunting thrills in four new worlds packed with new animals, weapons and over 350 live action clips. Enjoy your virtual trips to the forests of the Alaskan Highlands, the mountains of the Idaho Rockies, the Georgia Woodlands, and the Texas Plains. Hunt 11 different game species ranging from big horn sheep and black bear to caribou and moose in their natural habitats, but don't hit the 18 non-game or protected species! Over 20 different weapons, over a dozen hunting aids (lures, calls, etc.), and even tests on hunting safety, ethics, and wilderness survival. Do a quick hunt, or enjoy the full "camp" or "stalk" modes in either 1st or 3rd person. It features real-life hunting rules and regulations as well as the latest "must-have" hunting gear from Cabela's. Vast hunting regions, an extensive inventory of gear, firearms, and bows, and multiple hunting options make this the most involving hunting title to date and offers the player unprecedented gameplay depth and replay value.

See also: The Next Harvest

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Clone 2CD ISO Demo 909MB (uploaded by Egon68)


Cabela's Big Game Hunter III: The Next Harvest Elsinore Multimedia Inc. / Activision, Inc. [top]

This expansion pack has a variety of simulated hunting environments featuring both protected and non-game animals along with seven big game species. Hunters may explore numerous regions including the Tennessee hills and Idaho Rockies in search of such game as bear, elk, ram, deer, and turkey. Players who find their trophy can utilize 20 different lures and calls to entice the creature closer, and then take it down with one of seven additional weapons included with the expansion. Use such weapons as rifles, shotguns, and black powder guns to take down your prey.
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ISO Demo 402MB (uploaded by Egon68)


Carnivores 2 Action Forms / WizardWorks [top]

Scarcely one year after Carnivores came out, came this second part. The play system was revised. One gets this time 100 points at the start, in order to buy weapons and select the prey for the hunt. At the beginning there are herbivores, only later are the more dangerous carnivores added. They are more expensive and substantially more difficult to hunt, since they have interest in the meat of the hunter and are extremely speedy as well. If one shoots the animal or even other animals, one receives points which one can convert into better weapons and go after larger prey (and/or more dangerous). This time there are only 5 hunt environments, but they are substantially larger than in the first part. As weapons, the pistol, the double-barreled shotgun and the rifle were added. Also there are more dinosaurs to hunt; but a lot that populate the levels are insignificant ones, which are only there to add more life to the game. They can be shot, but bring no points and since the ammunition on the hunting trips is scarce, it's better to let them live. There are different times you can play in: at night, and at dawn you can see with a night-vision device while on the hunt. It is important to keep always the wind direction in mind, because the dinos if they smell you coming from downwind, will run off very fast and a new victim must be looked for and you will have to go on a lengthy (and not always promising) pursuit again. The maps are very large and to find particularly the larger dinos, it may take awhile. Even in the smallest levels surely it can take 5 minutes from one end to the other. But with the range of vision, it does not give the dinos too many places to keep themselves far from the player. Carnivores 2 is graphically well done, and also the sound is stimulating. Particularly the dino animations are excellent. If one shoots one of the reuired animals, a glider comes and transports it off to the trophy room. To make the hunt easier you can also make use of further aids. On the one hand double ammunition is very recommended, a radar is essential, otherwise dinos will evade you - however a few % of points will be taken off) and camouflage clothes (likewise point redeuction when used). On most islands there are places to discover also. In the first and smallest level, there's an abandoned radar station and in the following a fort which was flattened by a T-Rex (despite enormous fences); in a later level there's an excavation system, etc. Unfortunately everything is without any enriched gameplay value. It remains just to move around and to collect points by killing the correct dinos. There are no subtasks and the only "reward" after some hours of playing is that you'll be able to hunt the T-Rex. It can only be taken down with a shot between the eyes (I tried for 10 minutes and couldn't do it and then gave up). The animal is terribly fast (100 meters in little more than 2-3 seconds) and to shoot it between the eyes is very difficult... (or maybe one must shoot exactly in the eye?) particularly since the landscapes are always quite unclear and the T-Rex doesn't run straight at you to offer a simple target. In the long run, Carnivores 2 didn't rise to its full potential. Because the dinos have a good sense of smell, for players with a want of instant action it can get frustrating somewhat but for those who would rather have a hunting sim and to hone their skills to eventually get the reward of hunting the T-Rex may like it. But better luck to you than I had in doing so.
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Level Demo 31Mb ( @ Gamefront) Level Demo Fix ( @ Download.com)
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Full Demo ~64MB (upped by keropi)
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ISO Demo + Patch 107MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Dawn of Aces iEntertainment Network / Interactive Magic Ltd. [top]

In 1914, merely 11 years after the Wright brothers made their first flight at Kittyhawk, the world plunged into war. As the conflict in Europe ground towards a year long stalemate in the trenches, aviation became one of the primary means of seeing beyond the enemy's front and of carrying the battle past the desolation of No Man's Land. The task of these early pilots was to scout enemy positions, spot for artillery, carry out light bombing, and deny the use of the air to the enemy for those same purposes. At the start of the war, unarmed planes simply carried a pilot and an observer aloft on scouting flights. When enemy aircraft passed each other nothing more than a wave was exchanged. It wasn't long, however, before pilots started bringing rifles to fire at enemy aircraft. These evolved into machine gun mounts for the observer, and then to single seat machines with machine guns mounted above or to the side of the propeller and, finally, to synchronized machine guns firing through the propeller of the ever more advanced aircraft designs. The fighter plane was born. The average life span of a pilot at the front was woefully short. The aircraft were fragile, often experimental, and the pilots lacked useful devices such as parachutes. Although many accounts recall the chivalry of the air, the war for the skies was a brutal and unforgiving business. Surviving and succeeding called for skill, daring, and no small measure of luck. In Dawn of Aces, you fly as a pilot for either the Allied or Central powers, and your mission is to actively seek out and shoot the enemy from the sky. If successful, you gain awards, rank, and perhaps fame in the international community of pilots in this mega multiplayer game. If you fail...well...you have an advantage over such famous Aces as Richthofen, Lufbery, Fonck, Ball, Udet, Mannock, Voss, and Richenbacker...because you can just hit Fly again.
Full game 18mb (@ Official Website)


Deer Hunt Challenge EA Seattle, Inland Productions, Inc. / Electronic Arts, Inc. [top]

Deer Hunt Challenge is a hunting game that offer dozens of ways to hunt trophy bucks. Large 3D environments offer miles and miles of whitetail, blacktail and mule deer to be stalked, tracked, and still hunted. The hunters can use tree stands, blinds, calls, scents, decoys, rifles, bows, shotguns and more to hunt deer. The game is broken into two basic sections, Hunting Trip and Challenge Mode. Hunting trip plops you down in one of six hunting areas: Cap Rock Canyon, TX; Huron National Forest, MI; Medicine Creek, NE; Russell Wildlife Area, MT; Rathburn Resevoir, IA; and White River, OR; oddly, the East Coast and Deep South aren't represented. Each of these areas is huge—plenty of places to hunt in. However, what space they have in the horizontal dimension is strangely lacking in the vertical: the areas are surprisingly flat, with only the gentlest of rises and no dramatic views like you get in Deer Hunter II's Pacific Northwest area. You can chose the time of day, the general temperature, the period of the season (pre-rut, rut, and post-rut), and the weather conditions (clear, cloudy, rain, and fog). Sometimes the time of day settings border on illegally low light levels, and "rain" always seems to mean "thunderstorm"—not exactly the wisest time to be carrying a metal tube around. In Challenge Mode you're, well, challenged to work your way through some 40 levels, each with a very specific goal. The hunting areas are small, and the terrain is generally based on the style seen in the six Hunting Trip areas (although the locale names are different). You are usually plopped right into the "action," with your targets close at hand. You must complete one level before advancing to the next and a score is kept along the way—completing all the levels with a perfect score will be a challenge indeed. The selection of weapons is quite nice. You have bolt, lever, and semi-automatic rifles (with 4X scope or without) in a variety of calibers; pump, semi-auto, over/under, or side-by-side shotguns in 12, 16, or 20 gauge; and 35lb longbows, 55lb recurve bows, or 65lb compound bows. You definitely notice bullet drift in high winds, but it's harder to gauge drop over distance as almost all shots you'll take (or even can try to take) are at fairly short ranges. A Special Edition was included in the 2000 release of Ultimate Hunt Challenge that adds a target range (though you can't sight in weapons in it), a fine-tuned graphics engine, and seamless multiplayer support for Internet play .
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Level Demo 15MB ( @ Download.com)
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ISO Demo 515MB (uploaded by Egon68)
Special Edition included in Ultimate Hunt Challenge (2000) 3CD ISO Demo 1.55GB (uploaded by Egon68)
included in Ultimate Hunt Challenge - AlcoholClone 3CD ISO Demo 1.57GB (uploaded by Egon68)


Deer Hunter 3: The Legend Continues Sunstorm Interactive, Inc. / WizardWorks Software [top]

In this iteration of the Deer Hunter series, you can customize your hunter's appearance (gender, clothing) and choose from a huge selection of weapons and "assistive gadgets" that will help you to land that monster buck! The Season mode offers long-term replayability, with an in-game notebook in which you can jot down notes about where you planted that corn, or a description of the area where you left your favorite tree stand. Multi-player is offered via GameSpy.
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ISO Demo 208MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
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Deer's Revenge Snarfblat Software / ValuSoft, Inc. [top]

This is a parody on the Deer Hunter series, much like the Deer Avenger. In this game the player takes the role of a Deer, hunting humans (in this case, mainly drunk hicks). The game features a practice mode and a hunting mode, and three weapons. It is possible to turn in 360 degrees, but moving from the pre-chosen position on the hunting ground is not possible. Various means of luring prey to the player's position can be used, including the sound and smell of beer cans. The graphics are pseudo-3D, with scaled animated sprites creating the illusion of forests and human drunks approaching towards the player.
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Full Demo 29MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Duck Hunter Pro Diversions Software, Inc / Head Games Publishing, Inc. [top]

Ducks Unlimited cooperated in the making of this simulation of the suspense-packed life of a duck hunter. The organization protects habitat for ducks and to be enjoyed by duck hunters. Firstly he has to decide to which of the 16 hunting locations he wants to travel. Then he lies in the grass, lures the ducks with decoys and duck calls and when a unsuspecting animal crosses his sight he takes one of his three shotguns. But hold! Now he has to ask himself the question if this is one of the ducks he is allowed to hunt. The game features ten different ducks and depending on the time of year and the hunting location not every one of them is free to shoot. If the answer is positive he kills it using his standard FPS controls and his trusty dog fetches it. At the end of the day he counts his points and can go home satisfied.
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Download: None currently available


F-22 Lightning 3 NovaLogic, Inc. / Electronic Arts, Inc. [top]

Mass Destruction! Use tactical nuclear weapons to level entire city regions. The most realistic weather environments ever created. Changing weather effects including: rain, snow, hail, and wind. Extreme temperatures affect flight performance. Fly it yourself or let the world's most advanced fighter do it for you. It features: extreme temperatures that affect flight performance, changing weather effects including: rain, snow, hail, and wind. Fly it yourself or use the Auto-Options: Auto-landings, Auto-taxi, Auto-takeoff, Auto-shoot list, Auto-formation, Auto-in-flight refueling. This was the first flight simulator ever (at least the first MAJOR sim) to include the B-61 tactical thermonuclear bombs (yup, nukes) as part of your arsenal, and yes, you get to use them. Some packaging of the box includes a headset microphone, for use on Novaworld online game service. By 1999, the game's release date, the USAF had officially called the F22 Raptor. It features a host of real life weaponry such as AMRAAM missiles, Sidewinders, 20 mm Vulcan Gatling gun, HARMs, JDAMs, various types of iron bombs, and the B61 10-kiloton tactical thermonuclear free-fall bomb. Due to the stealth capabilities of the F-22, the player rarely needs to worry about their plane's radar signature. While the game is not developed as a full-fledged simulator, it has included the "emcon" issues. For example, mounting weapons externally will cause the SAM radars to track the plane more easily, with switching the radar on will significantly increase the ground radar's tracking range. There are six campaigns, with a total of 46 missions split between them (each campaign features either seven or eight missions, which must be played in order). The campaigns cover various hot spots around the world (Libya, Chad, Indonesia, Syria, the Kola Peninsula, and so forth). The game can be played online with a host of other NovaLogic games at NovaLogic.net or on a network. As of March 25, 2007, the game requires a patch to play online, which can be downloaded via the NovaLogic website.
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Level Demo 33MB (uploaded by JeuxVideoPC)
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ISO Demo 381MB (uploaded by Old_Schooler)
Full Demo 133MB (uploaded by Supernova)


Field & Stream: Trophy Hunting EAI Interactive / Sierra On-Line, Inc. [top]

this is a game for real hunters who are just too busy to do the real thing or for the occasional "closet" hunter. This 3D successor to the original Trophy Buck offers hundreds of miles of hunting environments and endless hours of virtual hunting. The designers have combined 3D graphics with a list of features to create a realistic hunting experience. Hunt elk and moose along with whitetail and mule deer. Explore eight world-class hunting areas that are recreated in accurate detail. Bring along your maps and look carefully for tracks and signs as you stalk, stand or crouch among the habitat. Additional product features include "superworlds" re-created from actual U.S. Geological Survey topographical maps and the expertise of local hunting guides, refined species tracking and signs (snow tracks, blood, tree rubbings, and trails), and improved species AI. Expanded firearm, bow and gear selection and multiple difficulty levels allow you to adjust your hunt to fit your skill level. You can hunt online with friends and family.
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Download: None currently available
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Fighter Ace II VR-1 Russia / VR-1, Microsoft Corporation [top]

Players battle for airborne supremacy by coordinating battle plans with their wingmen and squad mates. Fighter aces must defend their territory, secure new strategic positions and blast bogies in an on-going war between British, German, American, Russian and Japanese aircraft. Fighter Ace II's accurately modeled World War II aircraft include such planes as the DeHavilland Mosquito, the F4U-4 Corsair and the legendary Zero. Players can completely customize the ordnance load-out of their planes including auxiliary fuel, bombs and rockets. With an entirely new physics, flight and damage model from the original Fighter Ace, along with aircraft mounted rockets and territorial combat with player triggered tanks, it promises seat-of-your-pants flying realism in this online-only air combat game. In February 2000, the first update downloadable at the MSN Gaming Zone (www.zone.com), was released. The game allows more than 300 pilots to fight in a single air combat arena from the cockpit of any one of more than 40 World War II vintage fighters and bombers. The update adds five new airplanes to the Fighter Ace II arsenal, including the tank-busting Ki-84 Hayate (Japan), the IL-2 Sturmovik (Russia) and the Ju-87G Stuka (Germany). The update also enhances Territorial Combat game play. The German and Russian planes are featured in the online large-scale historical scenario, the Battle of Kursk. The update also offers new 3D cockpits, improved tank functionality, squad tags and more.
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Offline Missions v2.5 16MB (uploaded by Air Attack)
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Fighter Squadron: The Screamin' Demons over Europe Parsoft Interactive / Activision, Inc. [top]

Fighter Squadron: Screaming Demons over Europe is a WWII flight simulator. In Fighter Squadron you can fly a selection of ten different US, British and German fighters and bombers in a series of 30 missions over Dover, the heart of Germany, or North Africa.You can play the missions for either side, man any of the aircraft, as well as change positions inside the bombers to man the guns and bombsight. It also allows the users to add their own planes, vehicles and missions via a text-based plug-in format called OpenPlane. Every part of the aircraft is individually listed in its OpenPlane file and can be edited - you can change the power of the engines for instance, or the distance the various gun turrets can traverse.
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ISO Demo 552MB (uploaded by Egon68)
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Custom DVD ISO Demo with tons of new high resolution content, missions, WWI stand alone mod and more. 2.7GB (uploaded by Ausgamers)
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EU Clone ISO Demo 569MB (uploaded by Egon68)
Custom DVD ISO Demo (mirror) 2.7GB (uploaded by Supernova)


Flanker 2.0 Flying Legends / Strategic Simulations, Inc. [top]

Flanker 2.0 is the second major release of SSI's realistic air combat simulator based on the Russian Su-27 & Su-33 Flanker. Like its predecessor, the game features a comprehensive simulation of the jets' avionics and weapons systems, with a focus on beyond-visual-range air-to-air combat. Mastery of the Flanker's various radar and weapon systems is essential to the player's survival, a task made all the more difficult by the fact that the instrumentation is entirely labeled in Russian. Improvements for this second release include 3D accelerated texture-mapped graphics and the addition of the Su-33 naval variant of the Flanker. The main difference would be that the Su-27 is a pure air superiority fighter while the Su-33 retains a ground attack role. Beyond that, however, there is little difference between the two planes. The game underwent several updates, culminating in version 2.51. Incremental improvements included flight model and weapons model revisions, graphic and stability enhancements, the addition of wingman commands, and the ability to fly the MiG-29 jet fighter.
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Level Demo 37MB (uploaded by Download.com)
ISO Demo 339MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Freespace 2 Volition, Inc. / Interplay Entertainment Corp. [top]

It has been 32 years since GTA lost contact with Earth. As a young pilot joining the fleet of the GTVA (Galactic Terran-Vasudan Alliance), you will be fighting the Neo-Terran Front, a rebel faction that opposes GTA's alliance with the Vasudans. Then the Shivans showed up again. Freespace 2 is basically an enhanced version of Freespace. You get better ships (you can fly all the older ships if you like), more and more powerful weapons (both guns and missiles), and capital ships that can actually put up a fight with their anti-fighter beam cannons, turrets, flak, and missile launchers. The capital ships now also engage each other with large beam cannons that shoots beams wider than your craft; these beams can shoot through enemy ships. Contribute to the fight by flying bombers (with large anti-ship torpedoes) or fly defense and take out the enemy bombers. Fly escort missions to protect assets, recon enemy assets, test new weapons, even fly a few missions for spec-ops (optional). The game features full multiplayer support at PXO (Parallax Online) and SquadWars.com, with co-op, team-based, or free-for-all dogfight, with many different missions to choose from. It also includes FRED2, a full featured editor that you can use to create your own missions and campaigns.
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Level Demo 59MB (uploaded by Download.com)
3CD ISO Demo & Command Reference Card 1.54GB (uploaded by scaryfun)
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GOG ISO Demo v2.0.0.8 1.65GB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Gulf War: Operation Desert Hammer 3DO Company, The [top]

In this action game the player controls a M12 tank, called "The Hammer", to bring peace to Iraq where "The Beast" rules as a dictator. Every of the 18 missions is accompanied with a cutscene where his newest atrocities are shown. The M12 has a heavy gun and a rocket launcher which each have two ammo types against regular and armored enemies. The chain gun has unlimited ammo but small power. In some missions there is also a possibility to request artillery and air attacks. The game is action oriented and so the handling is a simple combination between mouse and keyboard controls: mouse look is used to aim the turrets and with the keyboard the tank is moved. The missions are linear and mostly the goal is to drive from point A to point B. Of course there are a lot of enemy forces which try to prevent this, e.g. tanks, bunkers or rocket launchers, and other obstacles like mine fields. In later missions there are also hostile helicopters. Some buildings contain ammo or repair stations, a mini map shows the surroundings and goals.
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ISO Demo ~599MB (uploaded by Egon68)


Gunship! MicroProse Software, Inc. / Hasbro Interactive, Inc. [top]

This is the direct sequel to Gunship 2000, a fondly-remember title from the early 90s. Once more you jump into an helicopter and try to save innocent lives, in a World War 3 scenario between NATO and Russia. Helicopters you can fly include the AH-64D Apache, Westland Apache, Eurocopter Tiger and Mil-28 Havoc. The missions take place in different regions of the earth, and each of them is detailed on a small scale - you can make out each single tree of the woods. The game can be customised for a more arcade-like or simulation-based feel, and with head-to-head and co-operative multiplayer modes.
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ISO Demo 389MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Heavy Gear 2 Activision [top]

In this superior sequel which uses the same game engine as Interstate '82, as the leader of the special ops group Dark Talons you lead your squad mates on a series of dangerous missions as you discover the NEC plot against your homeland, Terra Nova. Operate behind enemy lines as you gather data, attack enemy camps, capture enemy leaders, take over space stations, and more. Combat happens on land, underground (huge caverns), and even in space. There are plenty of weapons to outfit your gear, even some hand-to-hand weapons. You can also add perks and flaws to further customize your gear. Stealth is a major concern in some missions. The game play feel is very different from the Mechwarrior series. Set in Dream Pod 9's Heavy Gear universe (which rivals the Battletech universe in complexity, though not nearly as famous). The gears are capable of very human-like movements, such as kneeling, crawling, and jumping. The dazzling graphics engine is supported by an almost strategic battle system, a challenging campaign, squadmates who are actually useful, and unpredictable enemies. Heavy Gear II is built on an entirely new graphics engine, called Dark Side. It's very impressive, with detailed, heavily articulated gears and vehicles, natural-looking fauna, vivid landscapes ranging from forests to Martian-like craterscapes, weather, and smoke and dust effects. There's plenty of variety here - you'll fight in desert canyons, forests, caverns, and even deep space. This is one of the best and most fun Mech shooters ever made.
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Level Demo 46Mb ( @ Download.com)
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Full Demo ~114MB (Upped by keropi)
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ISO Demo ~547MB (uploaded by Scaryfun)


Hunting Game, The / Browning Hunting Game Oquirrh Productions / ValuSoft [top]

Hunt mule deer, elk and whitetails among 14 different species with either a rifle, bow or muzzle loader. But be sure you know what zone you are hunting in. There are rules and restrictions. You can also hunt waterfowl and turkey with a shotgun. Be sure to do it legally. Over 20 animated characters to help you, including a hunting partner of your choice. The game is fun, informative and addicting.
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ISO Demo 275MB (uploaded by Egon68)


Independence War Deluxe / Independence War: Special Edition - Defiance Particle Systems Ltd. / Infogrames, Inc. [top]

This title is a compilation of Independence War and what was to be a seperate expansion pack called Independence War Defiance. In Independence War, there is a huge conflict going on between The Indies, colonists from Earth, and the Commonwealth. And you take the role of an officer in the Commonwealth fleet. In Defiance you are playing the Indie Side of the conflict. The add-on consists of 18 missions and it mirrors the original campaign. You are Edison Hayes, a captain of the Indie fleet and the Dreadnaught-class corvette Spartacus. Defiance also adds two notable new features to the game; ability to save in-mission and limited customization of player ship's weapons. The American version also included a $10 rebate for owners of Independence War, but no rebate was included with the European version.
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Defiance CD ISO Demo 438MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
GOG ISO Demo 1.85GB (uploaded by scaryfun)


JetFighter III Classic Mission Studios [top]

A repackaging and enhancement of the popular JetFighter III combat flight simulator game. Includes the original product, the Enhanced Campaign CD, plus a mission editor, new missions and additional scenery (twelve million square miles of new terrain). JetFighter III was somewhat revolutionary for its detailed and expansive terrain environments. While probably not quite in-depth enough for hard-core flight sim fans, JetFighter III is, like its predecessors, designed with ease-of-use in mind, making it appropriate for casual flight sim users.
Videos
ISO Demo 418MB (uploaded by Molitor)


Luftwaffe Collection Just Flight [top]

The most significant aircraft from Germany’s military history have been re-created in perfect detail for Flight Simulator 98 and Combat Flight Simulator - this is probably one of the finest military collections ever assembled! The Luftwaffe Collection provides a representative selection of the Luftwaffe’s finest from 1918 to the present day. It’s all here from the Zeppelin to the EF2000 - World War 1 and 2 fighters and bombers, and Cold War strategic aircraft. There’s even a MiG-29 in Unified German colours plus some interesting historical aircraft such as the twin-rotor Flettner helicopter.
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Download: None currently available


MechWarrior 3 Zipper Interactive / MicroProse Software / Atari [top]

Graphics aren't everything, but it doesn't hurt when a game looks as good as this. Not only do the different mechs in the game look great, you can also see their toes flex, and they leave tracks in the earth and kick up clouds of dust and dirt with each and every step. They topple over slowly and painfully if they lose balance from a powerful attack, and struggle back to a standing position. As they're shot apart in battle, their limbs don't just fall off but rather rip from their sockets, leaving exposed pipes and cables where the arm or leg used to be. Their weapons fire independently and look powerful and are easily distinguishable on the battlefield. They fight in the beautiful, desolate terrain of the aptly named planet Tranquil. Though the hills might look a little blocky sometimes, everything else, like thunderstorms, beaches, ravines, and deserted cityscapes, looks realistic and detailed. It features landscape mesh transform when you hit the terrain with a weapon. This means that you don't just leave a char mark, the terrain actually changes when you strike. Great sound effects include each step being accompanied by a resounding, dull thud that perfectly conveys the awesome scale of the machine under your control. Powerful attacks can cause overheating and your sensors to malfunction and your mech may shut down or even explode. But, also introduced is a coolant flush device that can be used a limited number of times to rapidly dissipate your machine's heat. The campaign is a little too straightforward and short for its own good, with only around 20 missions. However, the excellent instant-action mode allows you to easily set up fights against any number of enemies of any size and strength. You can even choose to fight wave after wave or progressively more challenging opponents, as well as pit yourself in base-attack and base-defense missions. Multiplayer is similarly flexible and allows for both deathmatch and team-play battles, with plenty of opponents guaranteed on Microsoft's Gaming Zone.

See also: #MechWarrior 3: Pirate's Moon

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Multiplayer Demo v1.2.22.0 ~31MB ( @ Download.com)
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Full Game with 30 minutes limit ~184MB ( @ Download.com)
Infos
Full Demo 128MB ( @ kmzpub.ru)
ISO Demo v1.0 451MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
v1.2 included in Mechwarrior 3 Gold 2CD ISO Demo with extra multiplayer maps (provided by agumon & uploaded by Scaryfun) 869MB


MechWarrior 3: Pirate's Moon Zipper Interactive / Hasbro Interactive [top]

The official expansion pack to Zipper Interactive's futuristic combat simulation MechWarrior 3 adds to the game a half-dozen new BattleMechs, several new weapons, new multiplayer modes, and as many new missions as the original game's campaign. Its suitable if predictable assortment of features and heightened challenge should satisfy fans who enjoyed MechWarrior 3's graphics and gameplay, but Pirate's Moon lacks the ambition to surpass any of the precedents set by the original game. As such, MechWarrior 3 players who found the original game's campaign short or uninspired will find Pirate's Moon to be all too familiar. Some of the game's missions, especially those involving the defense of key installations, can be frustratingly difficult. Other missions are poorly paced, and you'll have plenty of time to consider the ways in which they could have been more exciting as you trudge long distances between waypoints. But the most insufferable scenarios in Pirate's Moon have to be the newly featured night missions, in which you must do battle with your enemies by the guiding light of your BattleMech's headlights.
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ISO Demo missing audio tracks 190MB (upped by Egon68)
v1.0 included in Mechwarrior 3 Gold 2CD ISO Demo with extra multiplayer maps (provided by agumon & uploaded by Scaryfun) 869MB


Microsoft Flight Simulator 2000: Professional Edition Microsoft Corporation [top]

This is basically the same game as Microsoft Flight Simulator 2000, just more expensive and with additional features: Two new aircrafts - Mooney Bravo and Beechcraft King Air 350; Six new detailed cities - Boston, Seattle, Washington DC, Tokio, Berlin and Rome; Updated versions of the Cessna 182S, Cessna 182RG, Learjet 45, Extra 300S, Bell JetRanger III and Boeing 737-400; Two IFR training panels; Two editors for air dynamics and instrument panels; A bonus CD with training videos and demos for other Microsoft products and an extended manual; Engine sounds can be installed in a better quality.

See also: #Battle of Britain: Memorial Flight, #Combat Jet Trainer, #Combat Squadron, #Mosquito Squadron, #PBY Catalina

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AlcoholClone 3CD ISO Demo 1.35GB (uploaded by Egon68)


Mig Alley Rowan Software Ltd. / Interplay Entertainment Corp. [top]

Mig Alley is simulation from the creator of Flying Corps. Set during the Korean War, it lets you command P-51 Mustangs and F-86 Sabrejets against the MiG-15's and MiG-17's. You can plan solely as a pilot and fly your missions, or be the 'air boss' and plan/execute the air war along the entire Korean front. There are multiple aircraft to master, from props to jets. A wide variety of missions are featured, from dogfights and sweeps to close air support and bombing runs. Do well and you'll SEE results from your efforts reflected in the dynamic campaign. Online players can join multiplayer dogfights of up to 12 players. At times there are up to 100 aircraft in the air simultaneously. All terrain graphics and topography are based on actual photos (aerial or satellite). You can customize your plane's paint job with the built-in paintshop. The game was one of the earliest in the genre to incorporate a 'dynamic' campaign, in which the player's missions are influenced by in-game events rather than being presented in a predetermined order. The game features customizable enemy artificial intelligence, which at its higher settings, is very strong for a combat flight simulator.

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Level Demo 48MB ( @ Tom's Games)
Reviews
ISO Demo 496MB (upped by Scaryfun)
Infos/Fan-Made Addons
Included in: Maximum Flight 4CD ISO demo 1.60GB (uploaded by Egon68)
UK Clone ISO Demo 520MB (uploaded by Egon68)
Patch 1.23 & Beta Patch (required for TrackIR support) 2.2MB / 2.6MB (uploaded by Naturalpoint)
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Nations: WWII Fighter Command Psygnosis Limited [top]

Nations is a WWII flight sim not unlike Jane's Combat Simulations: WWII Fighters. You can fly vintage aircraft like the Focke Wulf 190, Messerschmitt bf109, Messerschmitt 163, Messerschmitt 262, Hawker Hurricane, De Havilland Mosquito, Supermarine Spitfire, Hawker Typhoon, P-38 Lightning, P-40 Kittyhawk, P-47 Thunderbolt, and finally the P-51 Mustang.
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ISO Demo 670MB (uploaded by Egon68)
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Natural Fawn Killers Small Rockets (Fiendish Games) [top]

In this hunting game, you hunt hares, deer (Bambis), but also sometimes powerful bears and others. You can use weapons such as the shotgun with sight telescope, as well as machine gun and rocket launcher (with which one can tear up plants and rearrange the whole surroundings). The graphics are a comical, distinguishing itself by curvatures, with plants as well as with the scenery and the animals to be hunted. It has 16 levels which run all against the clock and the time limit sometimes is short and irritating. The hunt turns out as bloody. The blood splashes with every hit, the animals sometimes run away bleeding and with every hit they move slower. If an animal is shot, this is accompanied with a comical saying. Now it is a matter of running around the place and of bagging what you need to get the trophies if one has enough the level is finished and it goes to the next. There are snowy sceneries and also such with swamps or vast watery marshes. In the end, the game design is primitive, but provides for an amusing waste of time, even if after a few hours all levels can be finished (a few are to be mastered only by some thought). It uses black humor, and for those who take the game too seriously will hate it and some maybe will also dislike the time limitation. Still, it's a witty hunting game with some interesting ideas and a nice change from serious "hunting simulations".
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3 Level Demo 5MB / Updated Demo with XP support 3MB ( @ Official Site) (uploaded by File Planet / Tiscali)
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Extra Levels/Blood Patch
NFK + Santa's Gone Postal - Full Demo 7MB (uploaded by annoyment)
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Clone ISO Demo 89MB (uploaded by Old-Games.ru)
Clone ISO Demo 119MB (uploaded by Egon68)


Natural Fawn Killers: Santa's Gone Postal Small Rockets (Fiendish Games) [top]

In this continuation, one fights in wintry scenery against polar bears, reindeer, snow leopards, snowmen and all kinds of other game. The player gets to control a psychotic hunter named Harry disguised as Santa. Harry never liked cute furry creatures, so decides this christmas season, it's time to teach those lovable creatures a lesson. During the ten levels he also takes out Santa's little helpers (manic elves). The humor seems to have stayed the same. However, for animal lovers the game might be once again offensive.
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3 Level Demo 5MB Updated Demo with XP support 3MB ( @ Official Site)
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Full Demo ~15MB (upped by keropi)
NFK + Santa's Gone Postal - Full Demo 7MB (uploaded by annoyment)


Opening Weekend: Bear Season ManMachine Games / Mindscape Inc. [top]

In this hunting simulation, you'll be taken to four distinct regions where you're apt to find polar, grizzly, and black bears. Choose the immense hunting fields of Siberia in Russia, the rolling hills of Oregon, the thick forests of the Canadian back country, or the stark reality of the Arctic region. Three of the locations, Russia, the United States, and Canada, feature both traditional hunts as well as specific missions. Choosing to play a mission in Russia will require neutralizing rabid bears while the Canadian experience has you tranquilizing bears for relocation. In the hills of Oregon, you'll be faced with a rescue mission to save a trapped or injured hiker. Played from a first-person perspective, this features eight weapons, three types of bows, four rifles, and one pistol. Certain missions also allow use of a dart (medium range) or mini-gun (short range bursts). Standard bear hunting paraphernalia is available such as binoculars, camouflage, scent mask, bait, and a wind indicator. An optional "bear finder" is available to novice hunters for help in tracking bear locations or for use as an alternative to lengthy bear tracking excursions.
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Download: None currently available


Opening Weekend: Big Cat Season ManMachine Games / Mindscape Inc. [top]

You are given the opportunity to emulate big game hunting in four diverse 3D environmental landscapes, each covering approximately a two square mile area. Played from a first-person perspective with a full range of movement, you'll stalk and be stalked by seven of the biggest and most dangerous members of the cat family on Earth. Depending on which of the four environments you choose for your hunt, you'll find lions, tigers, panthers, cheetahs, mountain lions, jaguars and leopards. Each is unique in appearance and has been programmed by the designers to emulate their real life counterparts in terms of behavior, territoriality, attributes, demeanor and aggressiveness. Jaguars and leopards hide within the rocky maze-like confines of steep slopes in a South American hunting arena while a North American private reserve offers snow covered ridges where deadly red-hued mountain lions guard their territory. The rolling grass savannas of an African Game Preserve set the stage for the see-and-be-seen hunts of lions and cheetahs, where you can become the hunted as well as the hunter. Finally, the dark and foreboding environment of an Asian jungle offers the opportunity to confront tigers and panthers. Nearly all aspects of actual big cat hunting are incorporated in the gameplay. An array of tools, techniques and equipment is available for you to learn about, master and utilize while on your hunting trips. Some of the features include camouflage, scent masking, proper weaponry, scopes, bait, wind considerations, location and binoculars. The game has eight weapons from which to choose, including one handgun (.45 caliber), two rifles (9mm and 30-30 lever-action), two shotguns (lightweight smoothbore and .049 Side-by-Side) and three types of bows (crossbow, longbow, compound bow).
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Opening Weekend: Deer Season ManMachineGames / The Learning Company Multimedia LLC [top]

A deer hunting simulator, from the makers of the 3D Hunting series. Using a 3D engine, move around environments in Germany, Canada, the USA, and France, in pursuit of deer. Weapons include bolt-action and lever-action rifles, a shotgun, a compound bow, a longbow, and a crossbow. Of course, there are also accessories: drop markers, deer calls, binoculars, and camouflage. Featuring an advanced AI, deer will become more intelligent and skittish as your skill increases; able to see you, hear you, and even smell you. After the hunt, enjoy the included venison recipes.


Opening Weekend: Varmint Season ManMachine Games / Mindscape Inc. [top]

Like its predecessors, gameplay involves three basic steps: choose a weapon, pick a region in which to hunt, then go hunting. In Varmint, you choose from any one of three environments including a partially cloudy morning in the wilds of Oregon, rocky terrain in the late afternoon of the Idaho hill country or a valley under overcast skies in the Appalachian Mountains of Pennsylvania. Up to four hunters can participate on the same computer, with scores tracked for kills and accuracy. In this first-person 3D wilderness hunting adventure, you'll choose from an arsenal of five weapons, each designed to test your distance and tracking skills. For hunting small animals, you'll have the .22 and .25 rifles, a .415 shotgun for wide area coverage (not enough pellets to shred small game), a medium range aluminum blowgun that puts the emphasis on stealth and position and a modern slingshot, or WristRocket. Eight types of varmints or critters are available for hunting in the various regions and are designed to emulate realistic animal behaviors including eating, drinking and roaming habits. Badgers, coyotes, mountain lions, opossums, rabbits, raccoons, rats and squirrels await you in the killing fields. As with the other games of the series, you have a full range of movement available including sneaking, crouching, sidestepping, jumping and running plus complete directional freedom to track, hide and look. Both keyboard and mouse input is supported and Direct3D graphic cards are supported.
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Download: None currently available


Pacific Theatre Abacus Software, Inc. [top]

Pacific Theatre is a Add-on for Microsoft Combat Flight Simulator: WWII Europe Series and features a new scenario: The attack on Pearl Harbor. The game offers twelve new aircrafts - six Japanese, e.g. Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero or Nakajima B5N2 Kate, and six American, e.g. P-47 Thunderbolt or TBF-1 Avenger. The scenery includes the Pacific Ocean near Hawaii. As first Microsoft Combat Flight Simulator: WWII Europe Series Add-on it also features missions - for each war party three. The first two are about the Japanese attack and the third - fictional - about an American attack on the Japanese aircraft carriers. In 2001, an updated version was released that allowed the expansion to be used for Microsoft Combat Simulator 2 in addition to the first game.
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Download: None currently available


Panzer Elite Wings Simulations GmbH / Psygnosis Limited [top]

Panzer Elite is a tank simulation in which you command a platoon of tanks for either the US Army or the German Heer through historically accurate World War II battles. The game wears the hats of both strategy and simulation titles, allowing players to manage the maintenance of the tanks, and to command them in 3D battlefields. Your main role is to play the tank commander and give commands to your crew - drive here, shoot at that - as well as the other tanks in your platoon. You can also call in artillery strikes using a mission map. The game consists of a number of missions called scenarios. The missions can be strung together into a campaign which takes place in North Africa, Sicily and Italy, and Normandy, and at the end of a campaign you are asked if you would like to move onto the next. Drive 22 tanks and command over 80 infantry units The crew of both your tank and the other tanks in the game will improve in quality as the game progresses. You can see this in many different ways; they start spotting targets earlier, gunnery improves greatly, and drivers will attempt to "hide" their tank in a hull-down position. In addition you are given the chance to change equipment, ammo, and crew between each mission, so you will start the campaign with a beat up tank and end with the latest and greatest. In 2001, a Special Edition was released that contained the 1.1 patch as well as some of the best mods from the fan community.
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2001 Special Edition 2CD ISO Demo ~985MB (uploaded by Egon68)
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Peacemaker: Protect, Search & Destroy Jinxter, Kuju Entertainment Ltd. / Brightstar Entertainment Ltd. [top]

Peacemaker is a 3D Shooter in which you control a helicopter. You play as a pilot working for a UN task force with the authorization to engage in conflicts in any of the United Nations. The game features 21 action-packed missions and a trainings mission in which you will learn to control your helicopter. There are multiple helicopter and futuristic helicopter-plane hybrids that can be flown in the game. Each loaded with various weapons including miniguns and missiles. The missions vary from defending a base, escort missions, or striking enemy forces. The game features two camera modes allowing you to switch between nose and chase camera.
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ISO Demo 198MB (uploaded by Egon68)


Phoenix Team17 Software Limited / MicroProse Software, Inc. [top]

In this space simulator game, the player gets to play the role of Beck a police officer, who through an apparently tragic quirk of fate finds himself thrust reluctantly into the role of hero. It is a challenging and innovative space combat game with over 60 exciting missions in the single player game and it has a multi-linear plot structure. It also features fiendishly intelligent enemies, realistic flight dynamics and a unique branching plot structure.
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2CD ISO Demo 649MB (uploaded by Egon68)
Level Demo ( @ Official Site)


Rocky Mountain Trophy Hunter 2: Above the Treeline Sunstorm Interactive / Wizardworks [top]

This is the sequel to the hottest big game hunter out there. It's time to sight-in your weapons and prepare for a whole new helping of high adventure. Immerse yourself in a fully 3D environment complete with new animals, new weapons, and breath-takingly realistic natural settings. As you make your way through the majestic wilderness, you'll face tough terrain, extreme weather conditions, and the wildest, smartest, most challenging big game yet.
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Download: None currently available


Rocky Mountain Trophy Hunter: Interactive Big Game Hunting Sunstorm Interactive, Inc. / WizardWorks Software [top]

This is the first in another series from the makers of Deer Hunter. It takes players to Colorado, Montana, and New Mexico for some hunting action during morning, afternoon, and evening hours. Animals that can be hunted include deer, elk, bear, and bighorn sheep. Gamers can hunt using either a bow, muzzle loader, rifle, shotgun and revolver. They can also use cover scent, attraction, animal calls, tree stands, bear bait, and binoculars. Animals can be tracked by blood trails, tracks, droppings, rubbings, paths, bedding areas, and aerial maps.

Also see: #Alaskan Expedition

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Full Demo 22MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
Reviews
ISO Demo 21MB (uploaded by GigaWatt)


Sinistar Unleashed GameFX Technology / THQ Inc. [top]

This is a remake of the classic '80s arcade game Sinistar. The player gets sucked through a wormhole into the alternate universe of the Sinistar, where his spaceship is transformed into a strange organic living spaceship. In the center of each level is a huge jumpgate that evil worker drones are busy powering up by attaching sinisite crystals to it. Once the gate is fully powered an enormous, very aggressive boss monster comes out of it: the Sinistar. The player's job: destroy the gate before the Sinistar can get through it. If that can't be done, at least delay the arrival of the Sinistar as long as possible, and when it does arrive: destroy the Sinistar. But it won't be easy. Enemy fighters patrol the area. The Sinistar and the gate can only be harmed by using a special weapon, the sini-bomb. This game has 24 levels. Almost all of them follow the structure described above, though there are a few that are different. Each level has unique creatures, and every Sinistar is different. To power-up the player must mine asteroids for sinisite crystals. These will power the player's weapons.
Review
Level Demo 47MB (uploaded by Download.com)
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ISO Demo plus covers & patches 524MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Slave Zero Accolade / Infogrames [top]

This is an enjoyable arcade type anime-inspired shooter game where you control a giant mech in third-person view through battles in a city with even bigger buildings. The tyrannical SovKhan (short for Sovereign Khan) rules the vast seven mile high Megacity S1-9 with an army of giant living robots known as Slaves - grown using cybernetic embryos and a mysterious substance known as Dark Matter. Underneath Megacity S1-9 is a system of sewage tunnels called The Suck. A rebellious group of spiritual warriors, or Guardians, have made the sewers their base of operations. Having successfully stolen a Slave unit, the Guardians choose you, Chan, to fuse your mind and body with that of the stolen Slave unit. As Chan you must command Slave Zero and save humanity. There are 15 missions with mostly 3 parts each where you attack enemy mechs and eventually a final boss. You have three basic weapons: a traditional bullet-shooting machine gun, a laser, and a rocket launcher but they can be permanently upgraded by walking over various power-ups. In addition to these weapons, you have the ability to pick up and throw certain objects, such as cars and steel girders. The levels are set up so that you must fight your way through conventional military forces, sentinel-class assault units, and other Slaves in order to reach your objectives, which range from destroying power generators to stopping the city's train ways to stealing cybernetic embryos. As you progress through the levels, power-ups, such as health, ammunition, and upgrades are made available. The game has satisfying explosions and the bosses are really good. It's worth playing.
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Beta Demo ~63MB ( @ Archive.org)
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Full Demo ~111MB (upped by keropi) If you want ripped Music get TryMedia demo, install to hard drive and get from music folder.
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ISO Demo 349MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance Totally Games, Inc. / LucasArts Entertainment Company LLC [top]

You are a young member of a trading family trying to make a living by staying neutral, but your business rivals have other ideas. The galaxy is at war, and sooner or later you will have to choose sides. X-Wing Alliance is the latest in the X-Wing series of Star Wars space in-cockpit combat sim. You start in your family's Corellian transports (multiple models) as you deliver cargo and practice gunnery against pirates, poachers (who steal your cargo), and rivals. Later, you will get to join the Rebel Alliance, fight plenty of battles, and eventually make your way to the battle that will destroy the second Death Star! Adjust power, change weapons, arm lasers and concussion missiles, even jump into a gun turret (for crafts so equipped), adjust power and recharge. There are OVER FIFTY missions for you to make your way through, plus full multiplayer support. You also get a "souvenir" from each mission you complete... Very cute. XWA is the first game of the series to offer a full voiceover soundtrack and full in-flight dialogue. Flight control is marginally updated from the previous games of the series, allowing the player to link his or her different energy weapons to fire together, as well as the addition of rudder support. Graphics are also overhauled in this game; high resolution textures, more complex models, and full three dimensional cockpits were added.
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Level Demo 28MB (uploaded by Download.com)
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2CD ISO Demo 926MB (uploaded by Old_Schooler)
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Fan-Made Missions


Survival: The Last Hope enjoy Entertainment / Re:Action Games [top]

Entering the 23rd century, humans have colonized many surrounding planets in the solar system. They have enjoyed years of peaceful exploration -- until now. An unknown alien force has entered the galaxy and is out to destroy Earth, its colonies and all humankind. Your job, as Captain Jamerson Hoid, one of an elite squadron of pilots, is to wipe out this new alien threat and prevent the destruction of the human race. Only the strong will survive in Survival: The Last Hope. Featuring 30 complex campaign missions and 3dfx rendered landscapes, you are thrust into an unforgiving world of dogfights and danger. Some missions require you to think quick and take out targets without hesitation, while others require selectivity and the need to follow explicit directions. Experience the ambiance and watch the beauty of battle as you see fog, lens-flares and pulse-pounding explosions that are right out of a science-fiction film! Enjoy the action from several different action views. You can be in the cockpit for all of the close-up action or you can watch from outside your ship, gaining a wider perspective. You'll also engage many different types of enemies and structures that need your attention. Speedy fighters, giant flagships, ground turrets, and much more await your daring team of pilots. You'll have a wide array of weaponry, whether simple laser blasts that weaken the shield of an enemy or a surface-piercing, tactical missile that sends a fighter into orbit. Allowing for a 3D accelerator card as well as PC Dash and Force Feedback support, you'll be right in the game and ready to take on whatever the aliens have in store for you. Time to stay alive and survive!
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ISO Demo 66MB (uploaded by Egon68)


Tank Racer Glass Ghost / Grolier Interactive Inc. [top]

Tank Racer is a mixed driving and shooting game in which you race tanks through various courses. There are 15 normal and secret tanks to choose from, and a total of 22 different maps from a quiet English village to a spooky New Orleans swamp, a bustling Eastern European city to the controlled, sterile atmosphere of a biosphere! The main goal of the single player mode in Tank Racer is to win all 3 cups in the World Tank Racing Championships (WTRC). The EBZ tank brand is built for handling and taking corners rather than for speed and this remains true for each of the cups. Although there are differences, the 'EBZ 212 coupe' has handling as the highest statistic while the 'EBZ 720 SLi' switches to acceleration, top speed is still their lowest rating. Cars that block the road are no longer unpassable obstacles, you simply run over them rendering them flattened for the next round. Driving through parts of a houses to quickly cut off a corner and save time becomes standard. There's 2 multiplayer modes: Battle mode lets you battle against one other player (via LAN, the Internet, Modem link or DirectCable) in 1 of 8 tracks; Multiplayer Race mode lets you race with up to 5 other players. There are 8 power-ups: homing missile, concussion shell, turbo, mines, shield, alien abduction, electro mine, slider rizer.

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Level Demo 6MB (uploaded by AG.ru)
Full Demo 16MB (@ GamesWin)
Full Demo 16MB (@ Kmzpub)
Full Demo 16MB (@ Fajnegry)
Full Demo (@ DJ Games)
ISO Demo 544MB (uploaded by Egon68)


Ted Nugent: Wild Hunting Adventure Future Primitive / Electronic Arts [top]

Ted Nugent, the renowned hunter, rock star, and conservationist, invites you to tear it up on a replica of his own private hunting ranch, Sunrize Acres. A game made by hunters for hunters, this takes you back to nature and the spirit of the wild where you'll recapture your calling, hunter or not. "The Nuge" is here to give you hunting advice as you roam in full 3D, allowing you to stalk prey: American Bison, Wild Russian Boar, Whitetail Deer, Bighorn Sheep, the Grizzly Bear, and more. Tips and techniques come through exclusive video clips of Ted on his porch and tractor. As well, audio voiceovers by Ted guide you through the various obstacles, warning you of what you're doing wrong or congratulating you for following the right procedures. Additional information can be accessed through the main menu. When you're ready for the kill, make sure you choose the right weapon for the job: compound Bow, bolt action rifle, shotgun, crossbow, or revolver. Before you head out for adventure, get in some good practice with dummies in Ted's Shooting Range, a 3D environment where you learn how and when to shoot your prey. Listen to Ted's advice throughout the entire process. Or, check out the "Teditorials," a polygon wire-frame gallery of each animal's weak spot; learn these areas so you can drop them cleanly, immediately, and humanely. But watch out, the Special Bear Canyon level and realistic animal behavior and AI present a challenge that you'll have to face if you want to admire your kills in your very own personal Trophy Room! There are five levels in your quest for nature's calling, with each level growing in difficulty: Sunrize, Kalamazoo, Whackmaster, Bear Canyon and lastly, Gonzo. Bonuses include original scores including a new remix of Fred Bear.
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ISO Demo 443MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
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Tellurian Defense Psygnosis Limited [top]

In the year 2024, meteorites from space crashed down on Earth causing major destruction, obliterating cities and disrupting our fragile atmospheric balance. In its weakened state, Earth is in its most vulnerable state. Alien races are planning an invasion. You are part of an elite force of fighter pilots whose objective is to stop the invaders before it is too late.
In over 30 missions, pilot your high-tech jet over different locations on Earth, chasing alien fighters and shooting them down. Your air battles will fly you and your wingmen over major cities with landmarks you will recognize. Besides the enemy’s ship, you must carefully avoid other obstacles including mountains, skyscrapers and bridges in the thick of things.
Part of your activities will include examination of debris – including pieces of the alien craft you just destroyed, alien corpses, equipment or a weapon. Send objects to the research labs for analysis and retrieve communications detailing new orders.
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2CD ISO Demo 849MB (upped by Scaryfun)


TNN Outdoors Pro Hunter 2 / Pro Hunter 2 Monolith Productions / ASC Games, XS Games LLC [top]

From the southern United States to Canada, this offers six varied locations during autumn and winter seasons in which to pursue Whitetail deer from does to a 14-point buck. The travel itinerary includes Milk River, Montana, eastern Alabama, south Texas, Colorado, Iowa, and central Saskatchewan in Canada. It was made by Monolith using its Lithtech engine. Game options include adjustable skill levels (beginner and hunter modes) and various types of games. For hunting Whitetail, you can select the Regular Hunt but Tournament Hunt allows you to hunt progressively harder to find game and acquire access to a .338 rifle and a scope. An outdoor and indoor Shooting Range is provided for practice and a Clay Pigeon shoot allows you to hone your skills at targeting moving objects. Multi-player options include Group Hunt (with messaging capability), a player versus player paintball competition in and around an abandoned warehouse and the ultimate multi-player time-limited Monster Buck Hunt. Multi-player options include both LAN and Internet play. Firearms are designed to reflect realistic tendencies such as ballistic trajectory, knockdown power, accuracy and speed. The arsenal includes three types of rifles (.30-30 lever action, .30-06 bolt action, muzzleloader), three shotguns (10 gauge pump, 20 gauge automatic, 20 gauge double barrel), two pistols (.44 Magnum, .357 Magnum) and two types of bow (longbow, compound). Gear includes field gloves, insulated gloves, field-hiking and pack boots, ball cap or tousle hat, lightweight or insulated hunting suits, four scents (apple, pine, skunk or doe estrogen) and three lures (deer call, antlers and decoy). Other hunting aids such as hand warmers, compass, wind direction meter, body temperature meter, maps and a canteen round out the outfitting possibilities. Whether using a gun scope, binoculars or a tree stand, it offers each player a chance to experience 3D environments, track wounded prey and fill up a 3D trophy room through authentic weather conditions from the comfort of his or her own home.
Screenshots
ISO Demo 313MB (uploaded by Egon68)
Reviews


Ultra Fighters Eagle Interactive / Interactive Magic Ltd. [top]

On the third millennium, after many decades of scientific and social enlightenment, nations had to deal with increasing overpopulation, terrorism. pollution and a collapsing economic system. This led to increased border tensions, and soon small regional wars turned into a Global War, where all kinds of weapons were used, killing millions and destroying vast amounts of knowledge. As the use of nuclear weapons rendered many oil fields useless due to radiation, mankind had to turn away from fossil fuels, and eventually outlawed their use and turn to clean energy sources. During the war, China had broken up into several independent states, but thanks to their reliance in both old and new technologies, they bounced back, and under the hand of Emperor Zindo reunited, and went to control most of Asia. The United States, while had their population devastated, managed to hold their infrastructures and technology mostly intact, and had Mexico and Canada joining as new states, as well as a change in the constitution that changed the government into a private company, with certain special citizens being considered "shareholders". Due to the limitations of non-fossil energy sources, the control of a recently discovered material (Thermodux) that could amplify the power output of those energy sources is highly coveted. So, after an accident that killed the researchers and completing an hostile take-over of India Incorporated, Zendo announced a "security attachment" to "protect" the Solomon Islands (where Thermodux was being studied) from further terrorist threat. However, The US contracted a mercenary company, Navco, to clear the island, with the player joining as new recruit for the company, working for cash and shares in the US government. The game is a typical flight combat simulator, with missions involving patrol, defense and attacking enemy facilities. The ultimate goal of the game is to survive each mission, taking down as many enemy aircraft as possible to collect a bounty, that can be used to purchase better weaponry and new crafts. The player should also avoid the destruction of USA-controlled facilities, as they carry a fine.
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ISO Demo 441MB (uploaded by Egon68)


WarBirds II Interactive Magic Ltd. [top]

WarBirds is a version of the venerable online flight simulation - winner "Online Game of the Year" by numerous publications over several years. WarBirds II is a store ready version of the game with key offline and online enhancements that match the major 2.0 revision of the game. Included in those enhancements are about a dozen new planes, tremendously enhanced 3D graphics and card support, as well as new terrains, theatres, and scenarios. Also included are enhanced online interface, chatting, and navigation and even the ability to launch into a game from the WarBirds website. Still included from the original game, are great plane physics, an offline training mode, and the ability to practice head to head with another live opponent.
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Download: None currently available


WarZone 2 Ben Librojo [top]

WarZone 2 is a 3D arcade shooter. Like the original, it gives the player control over a single tank with the main objective of surviving and destroying countless waves of enemy tanks. In order to do that, the player must constantly seek cover from enemy fire behind buildings or trees, and shoot back using the tank's main gun. There is an infinite number of rounds, which reload automatically once a shot has been fired. Some tanks are destroyed after only one hit, others require more. The player's tank itself is vulnerable to enemy fire and will explode once it reaches 100% damage. The game can be played from different perspectives, including several external views, one from inside the tank and even a circling helicopter perspective. Only the first-person view offers access to a radar that tracks all obstacles and enemy positions. It has two graphical modes: solid polygons and wireframe, which is reminiscent of the first game's graphics.
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Browser-Playable Free Java Game (uploaded by Official Site)


WhiteTail Extreme CyberGraham Interactive, Inc. / Valusoft [top]

This is the sequel to the best-selling Whitetail Fever. Welcome to the next generation of PC hunting. It gives you incredible graphics, realistic hunting excitement, and extremely easy load and play features. Don't settle for pop up videos and identical looking forests. Whitetail Extreme has beautiful real photos with life like, 3D rendered animals for the best virtual hunting experience to date. If it's hunting realism you want ... the buck stops here. It has thousands of acres to explore with 19 challenging hunts. A complete hunting inventory includes: Rifle, Bow, Calls, Scents & Clothing. You can hunt deer, turkey and bear and it has a trophy room of 10 buck. There's summer, fall & winter hunts.
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ISO Demo 271MB (uploaded by Egon68)


WhiteTail Impact CyberGraham Interactive / ValuSoft [top]

Hunt buck so lifelike you can follow their shadows. Set up camp, collect your hunting supplies, and get going. Hike through hundreds of photographed scenes, covering over 2,000 acres of the Pisgah National Forest in North Carolina.
ISO Demo 192MB (uploaded by Egon68)


Wild Metal Country DMA Design Limited / Infogrames Studios Ltd. [top]

This is an action game in which one of five little tanks can be selected to control. Tank-like machines have gone wild on the three different planets of the Tehric system and the player's job is to defeat them. The battles take place in desolate mountain environments. The big differences in altitude play an important role in the game. In the single player mode, complete levels by collecting 8 colored power cores, which are defended by the machines, and returning them to one of several hovering stores. The player has an infinite amount of lives. The weaponry consists of 8 types of missiles and 4 types of mines. Help is received from a pair of helicopters that drop ammo and provide healing. The two tracks of the tank are operated independently. For example, make a quick spin by going forward with one track and backwards with the other. Moreover the turret can be turned in any direction. The camera always moves with the turret sometimes diverting the view towards the camera. The angle of the turret and the distance the rockets travel can be changed. The tank can only be controlled using the keyboard. Noteworthy aspects of the game are: the physics modelling, the 3D engine and the amount of freedom the player has (no time constraints etc.). In 2004, Rockstar made the game available for free download from their site.
Screenshots
Free Version 165MB (uploaded by Official Site)
ISO Demo 194MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Wild Turkey Hunt Sunstorm Interactive Inc. / ValuSoft, Inc. [top]

This is a simulated hunting experience focusing on the favorite meal for those who celebrate Thanksgiving. Before you can gobble up your dinner, you must track and take down your prey in various wooded environments including the eastern woodlands, Great Plains, and southwest landscapes. After finding a target, you can use a turkey call to lure it closure to your crosshairs. You may also save your scores in the Hunter's Log and see where you rank among other sportsmen.
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ISO Demo ~61MB (uploaded by Trey)
included in The Hunting Lodge ISO Demo 98MB (uploaded by neo_viral)


Wings Over China: Air Battles of the Flying Tigers Abacus Software, Inc. [top]

Wings Over China is another in the continuing series of expansion or add-on products for use with the Microsoft Combat Flight Simulator (CFS). As such, the game offers new scenery, 12 additional aircraft and 20 missions to CFS. These Flying Tigers battles replicate the American volunteer pilots' 1941 missions that helped save China from a Japanese invasion. The Allied aircraft featured in Wings Over China include the P-40 Tomahawk (Chinese AVG), P-40 Kittyhawk (USAAF/Chinese AVG), F2A Buffalo (fighter), Bristol Blenheim Mk IV (RAF), B-25C Mitchell (USAAF) and SB-3 Tupelov (USSR). Imperial Japanese aircraft include the Ki-27 Nate (fighter), Ki-43 Oscar (fighter), A6M Zero (fighter), Ki-21 Sally (heavy bomber), Ki-48 Lily (light bomber) and the Ki-30 Ann (light bomber). All of the aircraft in the expansion take advantage of the recently developed (c.1998) Abacus "moving parts" technology and feature authentically based cockpit panels from the era. The scenery will take you to the skies over Burma and South China and "exploding" landscapes complete with barracks, buildings and ground objects. The manual contains a write up of each aircraft that includes specifications (engine, wing span, range, payload and more) as well as short historical notations pertaining to each. The 20 missions in Wings Over China vary and include intercepts, escorts, patrols, airfield defense, ground attacks, reconnaissance, evasion, dive bombing and a ferry run. All of the missions are based on actual combat encounters and seek to recreate conditions as they were in the seven month Flying Tigers campaign that began in 1941.
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Download: None currently available


X: Beyond the Frontier EGOSOFT GmbH / SouthPeak Interactive, LLC / THQ Inc. [top]

The year is 2912. Kyle Brennan, an Earth pilot, is testing the new X-Shuttle, which can jump between parts of the known universe through wormholes. During the test jump, something goes very wrong, and Brennan ends up in an unknown part of space. He meets aliens of the Teladi race, who repair his ship and loan him some money. Unable to return to Earth, Brennan is all alone, owing money to an alien race, and yet unaware of the existence of the Argon race, who look surprisingly similar to humans and are threatened by mechanical beings known as the Terraformers. X: Beyond the Frontier is a space trading and combat simulation, similar in many ways to Elite, set in the fictional X universe. Trading occupies the larger part of the gameplay. There are fifty-four star systems in the X Universe, each with space stations, solar power plants, shipyards, and other installations. By trading with them the player makes a profit, upgrading the X-Shuttle with new weapons, better shields, and increased cargo space. The player is also able to buy factories, which will generate money at regular intervals. From time to time, hostile ships will attack the X-Shuttle, which will force the player to engage in action-oriented space combat, using the weapons on board or ramming the enemy ship.

See also: X-Tension

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Level Demo 36MB (uploaded by Download.com)
Review
X: Beyond The Frontier V1.96 ISO & X-Tension V2.1a ISO Demos & extras 623MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


ShootEm Up 2D/3D

3D Bug Attack Webfoot Technologies / Cosmi Corporation [top]

This is an arcade-style shooter which resembles a 3D version of Centipede. Can you save the garden from being devoured by attacking insects? The fact that you're a deadly bee trained by the U.S. Navy can't hurt matters too much. As you fly about on your path, you'll try to amass five different weapons: knives, double knives, mines, missiles, and Chinese Stars. Your enemies will range from ants and ladybugs to butterflies and beetles each of which packs a different arsenal of attacks. For example, the segmented centipedes twist their way downward (just as in Centipede but in 3D) to attack; a midsection hit will spawn new centipedes while a head shot will eliminate the offending marauder. Ants and ladybugs scurry across the screen horizontally, leaving mushrooms, some indestructible. Butterflies and beetles come at you vertically, leaving trails of plants and other items along their path. Deadly fast spiders bounce along the bottom of the screen. Within the garden (battlefield), a myriad of weapon-stoppers and detours dot the landscape. Included are such items as mushrooms, flowers, pumpkins, apples, and baby chicks. Dying wasps leave trails of detritus as they fall from the top of the screen. After every third level, a bonus level filled with falling insects gives the player the opportunity to amass extra points.
Videos
ISO Demo 21MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
included in Swift Your 3D Game Pack - 2CD ISO Demo 117MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


3D Galaxy Fighters / 3D Hyper Space Fighters WizardWorks Software / Webfoot Technologies [top]

This arcade shooter is strongly inspired by the classic Galaga series. Your mission is to defend the galaxy from hordes of intergalactic invaders, which appear from the sides of the screen waves. Your ship can only withstand one hit, but you can upgrade your weapons as you destroy enemies. These upgraded weapons have their own benefits and problems, and have limited ammunition. Enemies usually attack with small projectiles or missiles. Some of them are capable of capturing you, and there's no way of escaping from them; but if you still have a life left, you can rescue that ship and attack with two ships at a time, effectively doubling your firepower!
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Full Demo 4MB (uploaded by Old-Games.ru)
Videos
included in Swift Your 3D Game Pack - 2CD ISO Demo 117MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Animaniacs Splat Ball EAI Interactive / SouthPeak Interactive, LLC [top]

This is a kids paintball game in isometric view featuring Wakko, Yakko, and Dot from the tv animated series. You compete against the show's bad guys such as Thaddeus J. Plotz, Dr. Scratchansniff, and Ralph the Guard through three different playing fields - a Western film set, a Sci-Fi movie set, and the Warner Brothers Back Lot with a total of 72 levels. The game is a version of the familiar Capture the Flag (a balloon actually) and can be played on 3 different difficulty levels. You can pick up power-ups along the way, find hidden areas, and more while avoiding being hit with too much paint or else you will have to take a shower because you're too dirty. You get points by winning games through progressively harder competitions and try to earn the master title of "Sultan of Splat".
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Level Demo 26MB (uploaded by Jeux Video)
Full Demo 30MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
Clone ISO Demo 157MB (uploaded by Egon68)


Atari Arcade Hits: Volume 1 Digital Eclipse Software, Inc., Atari Inc. / Hasbro Interactive, Inc. [top]

Six old Atari Arcade classics can now be played on your PC. Choose from Asteroids, Centipede, Missile Command, Pong, Super Breakout, or Tempest, each shown on the screen the way they looked when you first stood in front of them in an Arcade and emulated with minute details such as Asteroids' inability to show three initials in the tenth spot on the high scores list. Players can go into the configure box and modify the way each game is played. There are options for enhanced graphics, a "trippy mode" for Asteroids, and the ability to tweak difficulty levels, among others. There are even desktop themes to choose from which will replace the wallpaper, screensaver, icons, and sounds in your PC with ones related to your favorite Atari game. Each game is playable with a joystick, mouse, or keyboard and the developers focused on emulating the feel of the trackball in games like Centipede and Missile Command. The same is true of the knob used to play Tempest, Pong, and Super Breakout. Players with access to the web can go to the official Atari web site and enter their high scores into the company's server. Who's the best Tempest player in the United States? You can find out there. Finally, there's also an Atari archives section full of interviews with founder Nolan Bushnell and pictures from the early days of the company's success both in the Arcades and in the home with the Atari 2600.
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ISO Demo 445MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Chase Ace 2 / Chase Ace Deluxe Cape Copenhagen [top]

This is a highly addictive and action packed retro shooting game featuring fantastic scrolling 2D background, explosive special effects, a wide variety of exciting missions, insane death matches, extreme fire power and much more. It's a 1, 2, 3 or IPX multi player, fast paced action shooter game. Each player controls a spaceship, and the objective is to shoot down your enemies, and survive in the explosion filled fire storm. It includes 30+ levels, courses with tons of levels each, 25+ power ups, smart AI enemies, more spaceships, IPX network option, and the extensive level editor plus much more. It's built in Visual Basic, and is probably the fastest top-down shooter ever. It was re-released in 2007 as Chase Ace Deluxe including bug fixes and new features.
Videos
Chase Ace Deluxe v1.8.0.298 + 167 Levels - Full Demo 40MB+1.4MB (uploaded by Supernova)
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ISO Demo 469MB (uploaded by Egon68)


Chicken Invaders InterAction Studios [top]

After centuries of human oppression the chickens have had enough. With the aid of kin from another galaxy, they have begun attacking Earth's defenses with millions of dropped eggs and asteroids. You, as the pilot who just wants to get a hamburger, are Earth's final hope for survival. This is the first part of a series of Space Invaders parodies where you control a space-ship while facing waves of asteroids and space chickens. Your movements are limited to a horizontal plane but are armed with a blaster which you can use to shoot the enemies. You can upgrade your weapons to spread or to missiles by simply getting enough points or by collecting the gift boxes the occasional chicken will drop. Your enemies are the waves of chickens who move in patterns down the screen and shoot eggs at you. Coming into contact with them will also be detrimental to your survival. Accompanying the chickens are asteroids which in one wave go slowly diagonally across the screen and asteroids which plummet quickly down. All can be blasted given that they're shot enough. After every nine waves of chickens you will face off against a boss chicken which is larger and more dangerous. This chicken will require a multitude of landed blasts to defeat. Of course you don't have to be the last pilot facing off against these invaders as the game allows for two people to play off the same keyboard. Whoever gets the higher score can afterwards post their score online.
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Free Game 3.1MB (uploaded by Official Site)
Videos
Fan-Made All In One Game Pack - ISO Demo 143MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Fire Zone RST / MarkSoft [top]

This takes place in the 2130, when the inner opposition has joined the forces with aliens and kidnapped the president's wife to obtain secret plans of the Earth's protective shield. As the best fighter pilot the player must save the president's wife in order to prevent the conquest of the planet. The game is divided into numerous small side-scrolling locations with a few check (save) points per mission. Each mission requires performing of a specific task, usually involving finding and delivering something or someone to the right place. Most of the locations are guarded by alien life forms or defensive units, as well as mechanized natural traps (such as vibrating stone drills or crushing rocks). The ship is described by two important indicators - energy and fuel. Reaching the zero level of any of those causes the fighter explosion. Both indicators may be supplemented by collecting power ups available in various locations or appearing after the destruction of enemy units. The fighter is equipped with three types of weapons, that can be upgraded by following modernizations: extra range long shoot, temporary double and triple shoot, power plasma, power rockets, atomic bomb (destroys all the object at the current location), support mechanized droid unit.
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Full Demo 67MB (uploaded by myloch)


FireCrow Softplace / Media Pocket [top]

This is a French shmup, a very fast "shoot before you look" air battle game. The game offers extremely addictive gameplay and was awarded a French technical and programming prize in 1998. It is necessary, by controlling the aircraft, to destroy various hostile aircraft (other aircraft, helicopters, other objects, including those that are difficult to find adequate names), as well as destroy a variety of ground infrastructure and suppress enemy air defense forces represented in the form of turrets. Top view, there is a scrolling of the screen from the bottom up - however within the visible part of this screen it is possible to move not only forward, but also backward. By default, there are four "lives"; Most enemies (excluding bosses) are destroyed from one hit. In the course of the passage, you can collect different types of weapons, most often ray weapons and shooting with different colors - red, yellow, green, purple, and bonuses are red, less often green crystals that fall out of the destroyed adversaries or objects (although sometimes they just hang out in the air) and are a kind of slowly consumed ammunition for a number of guns. There are also "special" means of destroying opponents-for example, missiles or blue lightning-there is also a small aircraft helper "picked up" in the form of a separate bonus and capable, like you, use a variety of weapons. Before starting, you can choose one of three difficulty levels - this parameter affects the aggressiveness of enemies, the frequency of shots, the speed of movement, and so on, and it becomes very difficult to play hard, whereas on an "easy" process it looks more like a walk with very rare and not dangerous attacks. Landscapes are relatively diverse: somewhere underneath spreads are grassy plains, then snow glades, then deserts, but more often - some industrial complexes with plants and pipelines - many of these objects, as already noted, can and should be exploded. There is an opportunity to play together on one computer.
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ISO Demo 58MB (uploaded by Old-Games.ru)
Videos


GanGan Nao San [top]

Angry-headed bee-like game. The most noteworthy point is that when enemy bullet hits the blast of enemy aircraft turns into scoring items. So, the more enemies in the screen, the more you get a higher score. The timing of destroying enemy aircraft is of course important, as well as ordinary enemy bullet avoidance. Four maps are prepared and it is possible to enjoy from beginners to experts in the first time. Bom from the beginning, you often wonder where to use Bomb, but if you play on EASY it is equipped with auto bomb function. Shots and bombers are normal, but there is a speedup, and as long as you push the button, your own speed will rise. An updated version, GanGan Extend was later released in 2000.
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GanGan - Free Game v3.1 212kb (uploaded by Supernova)
GanGan Extend - Free Game 1.7MB (uploaded by Supernova)


Kamui Siter Skain / Nyu Media Ltd [top]

The third and final chapter in one of the most loved and respected Japanese shooting game series ever: The Tale of ALLTYNEX. Carefully crafted play experiences, destructive fun, and absorbing gameplay have made the ALLTYNEX trilogy renowned in shmup / shooting game communities, both in Japan and overseas. Kamui is very similar to the Ray series games in that there are two planes of attack, one being on same level as your ship and a lower plane where your main guns cannot reach, requiring an alternate attack to destroy them. Your ship is equipped with three weapons: a main gun that spreads out with more powerups, a lock-on lightning system (which is an instantaneous attack), and a large lightning laser which is capable of vaporizing most enemy shots. The Kamui is also capable of taking several hits on its shield before being destroyed. Destruction reduces the main gun's power. The lock-on system is different than the Ray series. As opposed to a small reticle that one must maneuver over an enemy to get a lock, the grid spreads out over the entire screen, ensuring that every target present is locked on at once. However, there is no multiple locking like the Ray series per se. In order to have more lock-on shots fired, you must wait until energy builds up on the Kamui, visible by the white ball of energy. Once a lock-on is complete, the energy will release many lock-on shots. There is a gauge that will tell you how much lightning energy is available, called the Thunder meter. As the meter turns blue, it will show how much energy is stored. The higher the meter, the more lock-on shots will be released. However, this meter is also tied to the lightning laser. When the laser is active, the Thunder meter will turn red and drain it within about five seconds of continuous use. When the lightning laser stops, the red portion will slowly subside and the meter will recharge. In order to survive and succeed, one must be fully aware of the status of the Thunder meter at all times as it acts not only as a powerful weapon but an alternate shield for bullets. An English version was finally released in 2013.
Infos
2013 English Full Demo 29MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
Review/Screenshots
Japanese Full Demo 9MB (uploaded by Supernova)
Videos


LaserAge Freeform Interactive / Ingava [top]

This is a futuristic "retro" 2D Shooter where the player commands a spacecraft to defend a planet from the enemies. It takes on the form of an old school Space Invaders clone running in crystal clear 24-bit color and 640x480 resolution. They have managed to pack forty-five waves of pure action, 2D shooting into a mere three levels. Each wave involves shooting down a collection of varied spacecraft enemy designed to push your own skills to the limit. These space craft enemies are split into fifteen types with each ship featuring a heavily distinctive look, movement pattern, AI and weaponry. The movement pattern is a feature where the movement of the enemy is in patterns rather than controlled by AI, meaning players can often realize where a ship will be flying to next. It's completely controlled by a mouse with the ship movement relying upon movement of the mouse and firing by a click of the left button. Nine power ups can also be collected and act as powerful additions to your firing arsenal as well as boosting your crafts health by increasing the ships shield capability. It can also be played in both full-screen mode and window mode where the gamer can easily presume playing while multi-tasking with other programs and applications. The Gold version features a new interface and a massive list of bug fixes.
Videos
LaserAge Gold - Free Game 5.36MB (uploaded by Demu.org)
Screenshots


Missile Command Meyer Glass Interactive / Hasbro Interactive [top]

Based on the 1980 arcade hit from Atari, Missile Command features two basic modes of play: Classic and Ultimate. Classic is similar to the original game but with updated graphics and sound. You must defend six cities from wave after wave of missiles. Some missiles begin at the top of the screen; others are dropped from enemy craft. Some are MIRVs, meaning they split into two or more warheads as they descend. Other enemies include bombers, satellites and smart missiles. To defend your cities, you are provided with three Missile Pods placed equidistant along the bottom of the play field, in the middle and on either side. To target your missiles, you maneuver your crosshairs (with a mouse) across the landscape and sky. When the crosshairs are in place, fire a missile from one of your Pods, preferably the Pod closest to the incoming missile. When the missile explodes, any enemy caught in the blast radius is destroyed. As you probably guessed, cities are vulnerable to missile fire; what you may not know is that Missile Pods are vulnerable as well (however, the pods, unlike the cities, renew themselves after you complete a wave). Missiles at your disposal are limited within each round. At the end of each wave, you get bonus points for remaining missiles and intact cities. When all of your cities are destroyed, the game is over. For every 10,000 points you score (in default mode), you earn an extra city. However, never more than six cities appear onscreen at once. The Ultimate mode of play shares many of the basic play mechanics of the Classic game but adds lots of new features, including weapon upgrades, rotating Pods, special weapons, a weapons purchasing system and power-ups. Also in the mix is a partially scrolling play field (with off-screen enemies), a radar screen, helpful voice effects, new enemies, mothership bosses, 3D graphics and the ability to actually win the game (as opposed to merely trying to stay alive forever). New weapons include splitting warheads, shield missiles, missiles with a larger blast radius, faster missiles and Electronic Impulse Missiles which create a massive localized electromagnetic disturbance that overloads the electronic components of an enemy weapon or craft in range. Your mission is to fight off waves of alien attacks on cities located in key regions of the world. Pod pilots - Firewall, Tactix and Case - will send you to where you are needed most.
Screenshots
Level Demo 40MB (uploaded by Internet Archive Software Collection)
Videos
ISO Demo 369MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


Nebula Fighter Holodream Software / eGames, Inc. [top]

This is a one or two player, side-scrolling, space shooter in the vein of R-Type. The story behind the game is that all the terrorists in the world banded together to form a single army. World governments were toppled and the terrorists took control of the world which they ruled by terror. After all this happened Earth was visited by an alien race and the New World Order realized there were other worlds to dominate. They captured an alien ship, built a fleet, and sent a single pilot to break through the aliens defenses and wait in orbit for the rest of the fleet to arrive. As is normal in such games the player starts in a basic ship and by destroying alien ships and capturing energy pods which automatically upgrade their ship. The full game has twenty-one levels and, according to the developer, has advanced AI which launches surprise attacks and co-ordinates the waves of enemy ships.
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Level Demo 9.4MB (uploaded by Official Site)
Videos
ISO Demo 174MB (uploaded by scaryfun)


PetWings Saito Games [top]

This is an arcade style shooting game similar to Space Invaders with cute cartoon-style graphics. It has 53 game levels, 5 huge bosses and 6 levels of fire power-ups. The controls are super-easy. PetWings is suitable for all ages and was later made freeware.
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Free Game v1.2 1.1MB (uploaded by Official Site)
Videos


Space Invaders Z-Axis, Ltd. / Activision, Inc. [top]

In 1978, Earth successfully repulsed an invasion from outer space thanks to "the Tank." The Tank was based on alien technology found when a scout ship had crashed years earlier. Now, over 20 years later, a new Tank has been created based on the technology recovered during the 1978 invasion. And none too soon, because the Invaders are back! Space Invaders is yet another classic arcade game remake by Activision. (See Battlezone and Asteroids.) But this time, Activision licensed a game from Taito instead of Atari. The game stays close to its roots while adding many power-ups and enemies. You can play either one or two players against the Invaders, who march down the screen in orderly rows and columns, at one of three skill levels. You'll start at Pluto and work your way through the Solar System to Mars, then Venus, and finally Earth. There are four common aliens (red, green, blue, and yellow), plus seven more less common ones. You receive special one shot power-ups by shooting four of the same type of Invaders in a row. As in the original game, there are also Mother Ships that fly above the action, but in this version if you hit them you can pick up other useful power-ups like shields or double shots. Plus, after fighting off several waves on each planet, you'll face a unique boss. If you manage to finish the game, you'll be able to play a reproduction of the original coin-op.
Videos
ISO Demo 159MB (uploaded by Supernova)
Screenshots


Strike II Cosmin Halmagi [top]

This is a shoot'em up game from a Hungarian developer. You are the captain of a ship on a mission to destroy the alien invaders and save the Earth. Initially shareware, it was later made freeware in 2004.
Videos
Freeware Game 76kb (uploaded by Official Site)


Tyrian 2000 Eclipse Software / XSIV Games [top]

This is a direct re-release of the original action smash, Tyrian. It is essentially the same game with an additional new episode (Hazudra Fodder), a revised engine (less bugs and better controls) and added Windows support. It also adds another option called "Timed Battle". Tyrian is nothing like your run-of-the-mill shoot-'em-up. It gained a following even larger than the classic Raptor: Call of the Shadows, and rightfully so: it has a plot. A plot, you ask? Yes. And even a complex one. You play the role of Trent Hawkings, this galaxy's ace solo fighter-pilot, whose luck forces him to save the galaxy, one time after another. Again and again, Trent must fight off MicroSol, a company with the evil intent of taking over the galaxy. Through your struggles, you will find yourself again and again betrayed by friends and allies, your parents will be killed and you will have to return to points you've already been to (with variations on the levels) in order to remove further threats to the galaxy and to yourself, all for the ultimate goal of overthrowing MicroSol. Tyrian also has two player arcade mode and supports network/modem/serial play. It features a multi-layered ship upgrade engine, in which you can change hulls, decide upon and upgrade your front and rear weapons, buy better shields and generators and even add ship "sidekicks". Tyrian's complete arsenal amound to over a dozen type of ships and over 100 weapon types!
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Freeware Version 4.8MB (uploaded by Camanis)
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Freeware Good Old Games Digital Download ISO Demo 17MB (uploaded by Good Old Games)
ISO Demo 174MB (uploaded by Wastrel)


Valstar 2CCP [top]

Valstar has a pleasant feeling of quasi-nostalgia to it. It feels like a long lost arcade shooter, the kind you'd find emulated in MAME years after the release, the kind that never garnered much attention because it didn't do anything particularly radical. But damned if it's not a pretty solid side scrolling shooter, especially for a doujin release. Valstar is mostly impressive because it features 2D Sprites on 3D, reminiscent of modern console shooters. It's not exactly mind blowing - the look and feel suggest a low-rent version of Border Down - but again, it's impressive considering that most doujin shooters are strictly 2D. The sprites don't fare quite as well - they're gaudy and poorly detailed. Plus, the game shoehorns an unnecessary moe factor by featuring cute little girls melded with spaceships, mechs and other bizarre creations. Most of it looks quite bad and severely out of place with the rest of the visuals. It's also more disturbing than anything else - what exactly are you supposed to think of a floating gothic lolita chick with robotic tendrils flowing from beneath its skirt? Beyond that, though, it's pretty standard fare. There are only two buttons - a rapid fire attack and non-rapid fire attacks - and no bombs. The weapon system is similar to the likes of the TG16 Star Soldier games, with three colored emblems that can be collected and combined for different strengths and effects, balancing a straight-forward yellow/green gun, a wide spread red gun, and a homing blue missile. After picking up a few power-ups, your special meter will begin to fill up - by holding down the non-rapid fire button, you can charge for up to three levels of special attacks. The red weapon will create a steady blossom of fire that spreads outward, making you feel like a Cave shooter boss and decimitating pretty much everyone on the screen. The green weapon will fire explosives and the blue weapon will fire a Metal Black / G-Darius / Border Down-style super laser. There are three levels of difficulty, as well as an "extra" mode which slightly changes the game, and the option to set your credit limit. There's a good amount of polish that suggest that designers 2CCP really knew what they were doing - the score and status bar dims whenever your ship approaches the top or bottom of the screen, to more easily clarify your view, and the game politely informs you whenever enemies are approaching from off-screen. Some foes fly in from the background, and it's hard to determine when they actually come into play, but otherwise this system works pretty well. Some of the bosses have some pretty hectic bullet-hell style patterns, though nothing nearly as complicated as anything by Cave or Touhou. Like many modern shooters, there's no real level design - just waves upon waves of enemies - although the backgrounds keep things from getting too repetitive. Your ship is annoying large, but the hitbox is pretty small. Most of the music consists of bland rave and techno music, all of which is easily forgettable. Again, there's little of note in Valstar's five stages of gameplay, but it does what it does well, so it's worth looking into for the shooter starved - which, the state of arcade/console shooters nowadays, should be pretty much everyone.
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Full Demo 138MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
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Xenic Playworks / Midas Interactive Entertainment BV, Jade Interactive Entertainment [top]

In 2090 the Global Union Organisation has replaced the United Nations. The organisation aspires the highest level of prosperity possible for humankind; and with success: in 2195 all diseases on earth are cured, poverty is gone and breakthroughs in science are made. This is noticed by an unknown race of the planet Morzique who admire humankind's progress. Both planets start an alliance: the United Planetary Nations. In 2257 many other planets have joined but things have changed for the worse. The Morziqians are the leading power in the United Planetary Nations and population of humankind has grown explosively resulting in mass race revolts on Earth. When a small group of human rebellions also succeed in a mission to Mars and claim that planet as their property, Earth is placed under custody by the Morziqians. Towards the end of the twenty-third century, Morziqians are intimidating leaders from Earth and a large Morziqian strikefleet is heading towards our blue planet. For once, the races on Earth stop their mutual battles and prepare for the ultimate war. The era of chaos has begun. Xenic places you in a ZX-G Firefly Type F fighter. Viewed from slightly above and behind the spaceship, the camera scrolls into a 3-D environment in all directions. There are seven levels to negotiate situated above huge crowded cities on earth, earth's oceans, space and on the futuristic world of Morzique. A striking feature is the fighter cannot collide with the backgrounds. This is a good thing, though, as from the word go Morzique spaceships fly into the screen from all directions and fire at you at an alarming rate. Luckily, you have three types of weapon at your disposal: standard fire, three smart bombs, and by holding down the fire- and smart bomb-keys simultaneously, a laser beam. Certain destroyed ships leave behind three types of power-ups: mint-coloured orbs add 10% energy to your energy bar, green orbs gain 100 points and red orbs gain 200 points. Finally, at the end of a level a huge end-of-level boss awaits and needs to be put to rest. When a level is finished, gained points can be spent in the expansion-screen. Here you can upgrade to more powerful weapons and bombs or to better spacecraft like the Krma Griffin, ARN 23 Reaper, 0F4A Aurora, OZM Hell Driver or OM Hidride. Choose wisely, as the choice of weapon and ship heavily influence your success in the next level. The game can be played by one or two players, using keyboard only. It is possible to save the game between levels.
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Full Demo 16MB (uploaded by Old-Games.ru)
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ISO Demo 40MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
included in 5 in One (Pack 04) - Clone ISO Demo 204MB (uploaded by Egon68)


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