Glossary

Harley Davidson: The Road to Sturgis

Harley Davidson: The Road to Sturgis

Release date: 1989

Genres: Action, Racing, Simulation

Platforms: Atari ST, Amiga, Microsoft Dos

Publishers: Mindscape, Inc.

Harley Davidson:The Road to Sturgis, is a video game produced by Mindscape, Inc. in 1989. The game received mixed reviews after its release, some gamers citing the graphics as better than average, and others disappointed in how quickly the game became "tedious" and "repetitive" and could be beaten. The point of the game is to get to the annual motorcycle rally in Sturgis in 10 days. To get there you must ride on the highway, avoiding obstacles and stopping at pit stops.

Human Cannonball

Release date: 1978

Genres: Strategy

Platforms: Atari 2600

Publishers: Atari, Inc.

Human Cannonball is a non-military variant of an artillery video game released in 1978 by Atari, Inc. for the Atari VCS (later renamed the Atari 2600). The goal is to launch a performer from a cannon so they land in container of water supported by a tower. The game was in the first wave of Atari VCS games after the original nine launch titles. It was also among the first games for the console to be discontinued by Atari.The game is based on an unreleased arcade game designed by Owen Rubin, calle…

Hatsuyuki Sakura

Release date: 2012

Genres: Fantasy

Platforms: Microsoft Windows

Publishers: Saga Planets & Visual Art's, Entergram, Inc.

Hatsuyuki Sakura (Japanese: はつゆきさくら), also known as Hatsuyuki Sakura: White Graduation, is a Japanese adult visual novel developed and published by Saga Planets under Visual Art's. It was released on February 24, 2012. A manga adaptation was serialized on Comp Ace. The first volume was released on May 25, 2012; volume 2 was released on October 25, 2012. The manga was written and illustrated by Daisuke Takino. An PlayStation Vita port has been released on March 23, 2017 by Entergram, Inc.

Hangman

Hangman

Release date: 1978

Genres: Puzzle

Platforms: Atari 2600

Publishers: Atari, Inc.

Hangman is a video game based on the pen-and-paper game of the same name released in 1978 by Atari, Inc. for the Atari VCS (renamed to the Atari 2600 in 1982). The game was programmed by Alan Miller, who later cofounded Activision, with cover art by Susan Jaekel. Hangman contains 510 words divided into four difficulty levels.

Harley-Davidson: Wheels of Freedom

Harley-Davidson: Wheels of Freedom

Release date: 2000

Genres: Racing

Platforms: Microsoft Windows

Publishers: Infogrames, Inc.

Harley-Davidson: Wheels of Freedom is a racing game developed by Canopy Games and G2M Games, and published by Infogrames in 2000.

Halcyon 6

Halcyon 6

Release date: 2016

Genres: Role-playing, Strategy, Turn-based

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Linux, Apple OSX, Apple IOS

Publishers: Massive Damage, Inc.

Halcyon 6: Starbase Commander is an indie strategy video game and turn-based tactical RPG hybrid developed and published by Massive Damage, Inc.. It was released on September 8, 2016 for Windows, OS X and Linux, and October 19, 2017 for iOS. Taking place in a science fiction setting, the player must reclaim and rebuild the derelict ancient space station Halcyon 6 in order to stop an impending alien invasion of Earth. The game received mixed reviews from critics, praising the game's concept but c…

Haunted House (video game)

Haunted House (video game)

Release date: 1982

Genres: Horror, Survival

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Atari 2600

Publishers: Atari, Inc.

Haunted House is an Atari 2600 video game written by James Andreasen and published by Atari, Inc. in February 1982. The player, represented by a pair of eyes, must navigate the haunted mansion of the late Zachary Graves to recover the three pieces of an urn. The game has been identified as one of the earliest examples of the survival horror genre by a GameSpy article.

Havoc

Release date: 1996

Genres: First-person, Shooter

Platforms: Apple Mac, Microsoft Windows

Publishers: Reality Bytes, Inc.

Havoc is a first-person shooter video game developed and published by American studio Reality Bytes, Inc. for Windows and Macintosh in 1995.

Hero-U: Rogue to Redemption

Hero-U: Rogue to Redemption

Release date: 2018

Genres: Adventure, Role-playing

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Linux, Apple OSX

Publishers: Transolar Games, Inc.

Hero-U: Rogue to Redemption is an adventure role-playing game by the creators of Quest for Glory, Lori Cole and Corey Cole, developed with a custom Unity engine. It is based on the School for Heroes, the defunct e-mail based web game the Coles had created previously. It was released for Windows, Mac, and Linux on July 10, 2018.