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Desert Fox

Desert Fox

1985 (12/31/1982)

Genre: Simulator

Publishers: Accolade

Desert Fox is a 1985 video game developed and published by Accolade and published in Europe by US Gold. It was subsequently re-released by Avantage and PowerHouse.

Deflektor

Deflektor

Genre: Puzzle

Publishers: Gremlin Graphics

Deflektor is a puzzle game developed by Vortex Software and published by Gremlin Graphics in 1987. In this game, the player has to rotate mirrors to deflect a beam in order to destroy all the cells of each level. There are also other devices the player has to be careful not to touch with the beam for too much time because otherwise the system will overload. The game was followed by a sequel in 1989 called Mindbender. The game was also ported to the Japanese Sharp X68000 by Bullet-Proof Software…

Double Dragon 3: The Rosetta Stone

Double Dragon 3: The Rosetta Stone

Genre: Beat'em-up

Publishers: Technōs Japan

Double Dragon 3: The Rosetta Stone est un beat them all développé par East Technology, sorti sur borne d'arcade en 1990 et porté sur la plupart des consoles de jeu et micro-ordinateurs de l'époque par Storm The Sales Curves. Les versions Game Boy et Mega Drive sorties plus tardivement sont titrées Double Dragon 3: The Arcade Game.

Dragon Spirit

Dragon Spirit

Genre: Tir

Dragon Spirit est un jeu vidéo de type shoot 'em up développé et édité par Namco, sorti en 1987 sur borne d'arcade, Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, X68000, ZX Spectrum, PC-Engine, NES et Wii (Console virtuelle).

Donald's Alphabet Chase

Donald's Alphabet Chase

Genre: Éducation

Publishers: Disney Software

Donald's Alphabet Chase (fully titled "Donald's Alphabet Chase - Fun with Letters") is a 1988 educational video game developed by Westwood Associates and published by Disney Software. It was released on various home computers including the Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Apple II, Commodore 64, DOS and ZX Spectrum. An Atari ST version was planned by Nathan Software but got no release. The game was released in five different languages including English, Spanish, French, Italian and German.

Dynasty Wars

Dynasty Wars

Genre: Beat'em-up

Publishers: Capcom

Dynasty Wars (Tenchi wo Kurau au Japon) est un jeu vidéo de beat them all développé et édité par Capcom sur CP System en juillet 1989 et basé sur le manga japonais Tenchi wo Kurau,.

Deus Ex Machina

Deus Ex Machina

Genre: Simulation

Publishers: Automata UK,Electric Dreams

Deus Ex Machina est un jeu vidéo scénarisé par le fondateur d'Automata, Mel Croucher. Sorti en 1984 sur ZX Spectrum, il est adapté pour le Commodore 64 et le MSX. Le jeu s'apparente à un film interactif. Son nom provient de l'expression latine Deus ex machina qui signifie littéralement « Dieu issu de la machine », c'est-à-dire une personne ou un événement qui fournit une solution soudaine et inattendue à une situation.

Downhill Challenge

Downhill Challenge

Genre: Sport

Publishers: Loriciel,Brøderbund

Downhill Challenge is a view-from-behind 3d skiing game developed by Microïds in 1988, published in the US by Brøderbund Software and in France by Loriciel (as Super Ski; in the UK it also had an Eddie "The Eagle" Edwards license). It provides 4 games modes : Downhill, Slalom, Giant Slalom and Ski Jump. The game can be played up to 5 players with their results compared at the end.

Dizzy Down the Rapids

Dizzy Down the Rapids

Genre: Action

Publishers: Codemasters

Dizzy Down the Rapids is an arcade style action video game that was published in 1991 by Codemasters for the Amstrad CPC, Spectrum, DOS, Atari ST, Commodore 64 and Amiga. The game involves Dizzy riding barrels down a river avoiding obstacles and enemies. This was another game derived from a minigame game found in The Fantastic Adventures of Dizzy like Bubble Dizzy. The game was based on the game play from an arcade game titled Toobin'. The C64 version was developed first by Paul Black. The C64 v…

Dropzone

Dropzone

Genre: Tir

Publishers: U.S. Gold,Mindscape,Acclaim

Dropzone is a scrolling shooter developed by Archer Maclean (under the name Arena Graphics) for the Atari 8-bit family and published in 1984 by U.S. Gold. It was ported to the Commodore 64, then later released for the Nintendo Entertainment System, Game Boy, Game Gear and Game Boy Color. It was Maclean's first commercial game. Dropzone is similar in gameplay and style to the arcade game Defender and borrows many elements, including the same style of font, aliens, and title screen.

Doomdark's Revenge

Doomdark's Revenge

Genre: Jeu de rôle, Stratégie

Publishers: Beyond Software

Mike Singleton's '85 classic Adventure Strategy sequel to The Lords of Midnight "It is many moons now since the Lords of Midnight first appeared out of the soft, wearing gloom. Those of you who took up their challenge and rode with them to battle against the cruel Witchking will need no reminding of that epic struggle. But now a new epic tale unfolds, the story of Doomdark’s Revenge. The game itself involves both quest and warfare, both exploration and careful strategy. You can play on your own …

Dragonfire

Dragonfire

Genre: Action

Publishers: Imagic

Dragonfire is a 1982 video game written by Bob Smith and published by Imagic. The player grabs treasure guarded by a dragon while avoiding fireballs. It was originally released for the Atari 2600 then ported to the Intellivision, VIC-20, Commodore 64, Apple II, ZX Spectrum, ColecoVision, and Tandy Color Computer. The game's source code was made available as public domain software by developer Bob Smith on May 24, 2003.

Daredevil Dennis

Daredevil Dennis

Genre: Plate-forme

Publishers: Visions

Daredevil Dennis (spelled on screen Dare Devil Denis) is a computer games published by Visions Software in 1984 for the Acorn Electron and BBC Micro. Both the controls and screen layout are same as in Atari's 1977 Stunt Cycle arcade game. Daredevil Dennis: The Sequel was published by Visions Software for the Commodore 64, but was still simply called Daredevil Dennis on the cover.

Double Dribble

Double Dribble

Genre: Sport

Publishers: Konami

Double Dribble, known in Japan as Exciting Basket (エキサイティング バスケット, Ekisaitingu Basuketto), is a basketball arcade game developed and released in 1986 by Konami. It was the second basketball arcade game by Konami, following Super Basketball. Much of the game's popularity came from its animation sequences showing basketball players performing slam dunks, as well as "The Star-Spangled Banner" theme during attract mode, which was the first arcade game to feature the national anthem. These were uncom…

Demon Attack

Demon Attack

Genre: Tir

Publishers: Imagic

Demon Attack is a fixed shooter written by Rob Fulop for the Atari 2600 and published by Imagic in 1982. It was ported to the Intellivision, Odyssey², Atari 8-bit family, VIC-20, Commodore 64, IBM PC (as a booter), TRS-80, IBM PCjr, and TRS-80 Color Computer. There is also a port for the TI-99/4A titled Super Demon Attack. Demon Attack is supposedly based on the 1979 arcade shooter Galaxian, though it closely resembles several waves from the 1980 arcade game Phoenix. The similarities prompted a…

Dragonworld

Dragonworld

Genre: Interactive fiction

Publishers: Telarium

Dragonworld is an interactive fiction computer game with graphics. The game was published by Telarium (formerly known as Trillium), a subsidiary of Spinnaker Software, in the year 1984. The game was based on the novel written in 1979 by Byron Preiss and Michael Reaves; text for the game was written by J. Brynne Stephens.

Dynamite Düx

Dynamite Düx

Genre: Beat'em-up

Publishers: Sega

Dynamite Düx is a side-scrolling 'beat 'em up' video game created by Sega AM2 and released by Sega in December in arcades in 1988. It uses the Sega System 16 arcade board, the same board used for Golden Axe and Altered Beast. It was ported to the Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, Master System, and ZX Spectrum in the following year. A girl named Lucy is kidnapped by the evil Sorcerer Achacha, and the player's mission is to rescue her.

Drol

Drol

Genre: Action

Publishers: Broderbund,Sega

Drol est un jeu vidéo de plateforme conçu par Benny Aik Beng Ngo et publié par Brøderbund Software en 1983 sur Apple II puis porté sur Atari 8-bit et Commodore 64. Le joueur contrôle un robot qui tente de sauver des humains et des animaux piégés dans un monde souterrain par une malédiction,. Le robot est équipé de rollers et d’un jet pack qui lui permet de s’élever de quelques pieds au-dessus du sol,. Il doit d’abord libérer une petite fille et son lézard, puis son frère et son crocodile et enfi…

Dalek Attack

Dalek Attack

Genre: Plate-forme

Publishers: Alternative Software

Dalek Attack is a computer game based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who, in which the player controls the Doctor and fights recurring adversaries, the Daleks and other enemies. In most versions of the game, the player can choose between playing as the Fourth, Fifth or Seventh Doctor; in the MS-DOS and Amiga versions, the player can play as the Second, Fourth or Seventh Doctor, and in the ZX Spectrum version only the Seventh Doctor was available. A second …

Darkman

Darkman

Genre: Action

Publishers: Ocean Software

Darkman was developed by Ocean Software (Painting By Numbers on the NES version) and published by Ocean Software in 1991. It was released for the Amiga, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64 and Atari ST. It also had two different games of the same name for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy. The game's plot is loosely based on the film of the same name. In this side-scrolling platformer, the player controls Darkman, a superhero who can jump, kick and punch, as well as swing from a …