Freeware game by Gremlin Graphics Software Ltd
Experience the fastest two-player head-to-head racing you will find for the Genesis. Race the Lotus Turbo or Elan through a wide selection of cross-country courses and in all kinds of weather conditions.
Editor-in-chief says: The Lotus series is one of the most popular racing game series in the history of the computer games, and I remember playing it back when Need for Speed, which is leading the business today, was not even in development. The Lotus cars in the game were powerful, classy and the graphics look good for early 90s. There were a total of 32 different tracks in Turbo Challenge and I remember the multi-player mode in split-screen was really fun and challenging. The tracks consisted of hills, downhills, road blocks and the player had to even visit the pit stop to refuel, which was really smart and realistic.
Freeware game by New World Computing, Inc.
As knight, paladin, barbarian or sorceress, amass an army of creatures to take on the local baddies and search for the Sceptre of Order.
Editor-in-chief says: King's Bounty was a great game back when released, I've played it for a long time on my computer. The player is appointed to retrieve the Sceptre of Order. This game is considered as being the base for Heroes of Might and Magic, a more popular game released few years later. There were four different classes the player could have chosen from, such as Barbarians, Knights, Paladins and Sorceresses. They all had their own skills, strengths, weaknesses, spells and leadership ability. After collecting a specific income per week, the player could have increased the rank of his character.
Freeware game by Domark Software, Ltd
Ever wanted to drive one of those superfast racing bikes? Here's your chance, with this excellent polygonal motoracer from the creators of the F1 World Championship series.
Editor-in-chief says: This installment is one of the first games of this kind I've ever played. I remember taking on a motorbike and riding it for hours long. There are a total of 14 tracks, plus the Suzuka 8 Hours, which is also available in the training mode. The only downside of the game was that it was unlicensed, this meaning all the riders were fictional. The only licensed team was Kawasaki. This game comes with many elements similar to F1, including the Turbo mode, which allowed the game to happen at a higher speed, but with lower graphic details.
Freeware game by BlueSky Software
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. ‣ Verdict: 9/10
Freeware game by SEGA Entertainment, Inc
The dinosaurs are back in this monstrous sequel to Jurassic Park. Based on the hit feature films by producer Steven Speilberg, both of which were derived from the novels by author Michael Crichton.
Freeware game by Probe Entertainment Ltd./Acclaim Studios London
Crime has become such a problem in the future that law and order are enforced by the Judges - who combine the roles of policeman and trial court, with orders to pass judgement and carry out their sentences on the spot.
Freeware game by NCS Corp.
Your planet has been taken over by the evil Destroyer and his mutants. Many have gone up against him and died. Now it's your turn.
Freeware game by Toaplan Co., Ltd.
Grind Stormer is based on the arcade hit of the same name and has you flying your way through 6 levels of intense flying action.
Freeware game by SEGA Entertainment, Inc.
This is a horizontal fighting game, where you basically take one of the three characters (a warrior, a dwarf or an Amazon) and bash everything which stands between you and Death Adder himself.
Freeware game by SEGA Entertainment, Inc.
Not long after the malign reign of the Death Adder has ended, another evil rises. The peace of the land has again been threatened, this time by 'Dark Guld', who was supposed to be imprisoned but apparently isn't.