• Road Rash

    Freeware game by Electronic Arts

    You are a biker who takes part in a series of illegal races across the U.S.A.

  • Aladdin

    Freeware game by The Walt Disney Company

    Pass through 11 levels to save princess Jasmine.

  • Sonic and Knuckles

    Freeware game by Sonic Team

    That's right: Sonic is back in yet another chapter of the Sonic saga.

  • Battletech

    Freeware game by Malibu Games

    Take control of a Matcat Mech as you fight your way through several level of mechanized mayhem.

    Editor-in-chief says: There were few other games of this kind back in the 80s, when Battletech was published on the market. The BattleDroids were spectacular robots, although the game was unfortunately not taken enough care of because of the conflicts with George Lucas' company and lawsuits. There was unfortunately not the option to change out pieces of a mech (or droid), but only to equip a classification of the mech. Weapons and armor were easy to change, just like in a first-person shooter. Too bad the menu had to be used in order to fire individual weapons, it took more time than enough.
  • Adventures of Batman and Robin

    Freeware game by Clockwork Tortoise, Inc.

    Instead of just watching the animated series, you can control the action in The Adventures Of Batman and Robin.

  • Urban Strike

    Freeware game by Electronic Arts, The Edge

    Urban Strike is the third in EA's long running series of helicopter action games.

  • Contra - Hard Corps

    Freeware game by Konami

    The Contra series is a classic gaming staple, and Contra: Hard Corps for your Sega Genesis is no exception! Can you battle through near-impossible levels in great 2D shooter action?

  • Taz-Mania

    Freeware game by Sega of Japan

    You play as Taz whose one goal in life is to track down and eat the Legendary Seagull's egg...

    Editor-in-chief says: If you've watched Warner Bros' Taz-Mania cartoon, then you have to play the game too. I did it a lot of time ago, in the 90s, on my Sega Mega Drive/Genesis, and I simply loved it. Taz-Mania was always one of my favorite cartoon characters and aiming at a Giant Bird's eggs for a big omlet was fun. We didn't know where to head, so the five levels were an adventure. We picked up stars for invincibility, chicken for a bit of health and searched for as many extra lives as possible. The game was unfortunately short, but nonetheless a lot of fun.
  • NHL 95

    Freeware game by High Score Productions/EA Sports

    Become a hockey star with NHL 95.

  • Spider-Man and Venom - Maximum Carnage

    Freeware game by Software Creations

    Maximum Carnage springs Spider-Man, Venom, Carnage and numerous other Marvel Comics characters into life.

  • Jurassic Park Rampage Edition

    Jurassic Park Rampage Edition

    Destroying the dinosaurs is so fun!

    Editor-in-chief says: Jurassic Park Rampage Edition is the first sequel of the original Jurassic Park game released few years earlier. In this new version the players had the option to choose which missions to take on, unlike the previous installment, and could control Raptor or Grant, like in the original release. Compared to the first game, there are more weapons in the the Rampage Edition, and the story does not follow a linear progression, with levels. The plot allows the player to choose where he can begin, then - when all the missions are over - more will become available.