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Software Library: MS-DOS Games
software

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Game-Maker Archive wiki page: http://www.aderack.com/game-maker/index.php?title=Did_I_Ever_Tell_You_About_the_Time_I_was_Taken_by_a_Vampire_One_Night
Topics: Game-Maker games, Game-Maker Archive featured games
Software Library: Flash Games
by NORAD/Nova Games
software

eye 396

favorite 1

comment 0

Here we have an alternate version of the Clock Tower game, with several difficulty options. While not the original version, this is a much easier and faster game, and should stay preserved for completionist sake.
Topics: christmas, norad, clock tower, flash, game
Software Library: Flash Games
by NORAD
software

eye 190

favorite 0

comment 0

The classic game from the NORAD Tracks Santa website, circa 2010. This game was immensely well received, and was a staple of NORAD's "Kids Countdown" until it was removed and replaced with a series of more generic games.
Topics: norad, santa, christmas, game, flash
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by OZ Game
software

eye 109

favorite 0

comment 0

Puzzle game; PSP homebrew.
Topics: PSP homebrew, game
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by mikethunder
software

eye 159

favorite 0

comment 0

Homebrew game about the Peninsular War.
Topics: PSP homebrew, game
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by Germano Fabio (Gefa)
software

eye 164

favorite 0

comment 0

Vertical Retro Scroller for the PSP where you play as a fighting plane
Topics: game, PSP homebrew, NEO 2008 Summer Compo
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by SGI
software

eye 74

favorite 0

comment 0

Homebrew game for PSP.
Topics: PSP homebrew, game
Vintage BASIC Games: TI-99/4A
by Jim Peterson
software

eye 91

favorite 0

comment 0

This game is for the TI-99/4A, which is not emulated directly on the Internet Archive.  Below are directions for using this game with JS99 (which runs in your browser) and Classic99 (which is a Windows application): TO USE JS99:   1. Save the file "ti99.dsk" from this item.   2. Go to https://js99er.net/#/   3. Click on "Load Disk" (at the bottom of the screen).   4. Select the "ti99.dsk" file.   5. Enter TI Extended BASIC (option 2 on the TI start screen)....
Topics: ti, ti99, ti-99/4a, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Source: Disk Image 0025.dsk
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by Stealth Kill
software

eye 822

favorite 0

comment 0

3D adventure game for PSP.
Topics: game, PSP homebrew
Software Library: MS-DOS Games
software

eye 245

favorite 0

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Old text adventure game found on a old hard drive, don't know If it's been uploaded here yet :  2112 places you in a theocratic communistic computer-directed dystopia and challenges you to improve your lot and your world's fate through individualism. Based on Rush's 1976 concept rock album of the same name. It is the year Twenty-one Twelve. All aspects of life are strictly controlled by the state. The state is controlled by the Priests. The Priests reside in the Temple of Syrinx, where the...
Topics: 2112, text adventure, rush, game, adventure game, adventure, dystopia, interactive fiction
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by Cameron Korb (PsPhReaK)
software

eye 61

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comment 0

Homebrew game for PSP.
Topics: PSP homebrew, game
Vintage BASIC Games: Color Computer
by Lynn Davis
software

eye 53

favorite 1

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(From Color Computer Magazine, March 1983.) Have you ever run a program that drew curves or spirals and then listed the program to see how it worked?  Were you then discouraged by a confusing array of sines, cosines, and other trigonometric functions? If you can answer "yes" to the above, this article can relieve the confusion by teaching you to graph polar coordinates. All you'll need is a color Computer with Extended Color Basic, some time to read the explanations, and a little...
Topics: color computer, coco, game, basic, vintage_basic_games
Source: Color Computer Magazine
Vintage BASIC Games: TI-99/4A
by Damon Pillinger
software

eye 85

favorite 1

comment 0

This game is for the TI-99/4A, which is not emulated directly on the Internet Archive.  Below are directions for using this game with JS99 (which runs in your browser) and Classic99 (which is a Windows application): TO USE JS99:   1. Save the file "ti99.dsk" from this item.   2. Go to https://js99er.net/#/   3. Click on "Load Disk" (at the bottom of the screen).   4. Select the "ti99.dsk" file.   5. Enter TI Extended BASIC (option 2 on the TI start screen)....
Topics: ti, ti99, ti-99/4a, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Source: Games for Your TI-99/4A
The Hidden Palace Prototype Collection
software

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favorite 1

comment 0

A test cartridge presumably used for camera diagnostics and repair. Hidden Palace URL: https://hiddenpalace.org/ 2420_ROM_Pack_V Dump status Released Dumped by taizou Released by taizou Origin Developer cartridge Labels 2420 ROM PACK V (7981-5001-79) No. 162 Game 2420 ROM Pack V System Game Boy Genre Test cartridge Visit Handheld Underground for the original release article
Topics: test, cartridge, cart, prototype, game, boy, gameboy, hidden, palace, eprom, rom, developer
The Hidden Palace Prototype Collection
software

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favorite 1

comment 0

A test cartridge presumably used for camera diagnostics and repair. Hidden Palace URL: https://hiddenpalace.org/ 2440_ROM_Pack Dump status Released Dumped by SNESNESCUBE64 Released by SNESNESCUBE64 Origin Developer cartridge Labels 2440 ROM PACK V (7981-5001-70) No. 202 Game 2440 ROM Pack System Game Boy Genre Test cartridge
Topics: test, cart, cartridge, gameboy, game, boy, developer, hidden, palace
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by Raptor85
software

eye 61

favorite 0

comment 0

Stick figure platformer.
Topics: PSP homebrew, game, PSPUpdates Summer Homebrew Contest (2008)
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by Samy Pessé
software

eye 142

favorite 0

comment 0

2D platform homebrew game for PSP.
Topics: game, PSP homebrew
Software Library: Flash: DeviantArt
by FancyPancakes
software

eye 93

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comment 0

Original source:  2nd CM for XxxObSCENExxX by FancyPancakes on DeviantArt Original description: 2nd commish for   :3 a dress-up game! -- Flash, 2-3 hours Kari (c) ~ XxxObSCENExxX
Topics: Flash, DeviantArt, game, flash game, dress-up
Software Library: Flash Games
software

eye 1,034

favorite 6

comment 0

3 Foot Ninja
Topics: flash, game
Software Library: Flash Games
software

eye 1,184

favorite 6

comment 0

3 Foot Ninja II
Topics: flash, game
Vintage BASIC Games: TI-99/4A
by Andrew Nelson
software

eye 116

favorite 0

comment 0

This game is for the TI-99/4A, which is not emulated directly on the Internet Archive.  Below are directions for using this game with JS99 (which runs in your browser) and Classic99 (which is a Windows application): TO USE JS99:   1. Save the file "ti99.dsk" from this item.   2. Go to https://js99er.net/#/   3. Click on "Load Disk" (at the bottom of the screen).   4. Select the "ti99.dsk" file.   5. Enter TI Extended BASIC (option 2 on the TI start screen)....
Topics: ti, ti99, ti-99/4a, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Source: Games for Your TI-99/4A
Vintage BASIC Games: TI-99/4A
by Jim Peterson
software

eye 68

favorite 0

comment 0

This game is for the TI-99/4A, which is not emulated directly on the Internet Archive.  Below are directions for using this game with JS99 (which runs in your browser) and Classic99 (which is a Windows application): TO USE JS99:   1. Save the file "ti99.dsk" from this item.   2. Go to https://js99er.net/#/   3. Click on "Load Disk" (at the bottom of the screen).   4. Select the "ti99.dsk" file.   5. Enter TI Extended BASIC (option 2 on the TI start screen)....
Topics: ti, ti99, ti-99/4a, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Source: Disk Image 0025.dsk
Software Library: Flash Games
software

eye 106

favorite 0

comment 0

Move boxes on the right places
Topics: Game, Flash, Flash
Software Library: MS-DOS Games
by Macmillan Digital Publishing
software

eye 106

favorite 3

comment 0

Take on the Grizzly. All new for the hunt of a lifetime! Intelligent grizzly - your prey fights back! Four all new hunting environments with dynamic weather & lighting. Choose from four weapons. Use binoculars, scope, bait, camo or your dog. NEW! Hunt with a friend in multiplayer mode.
Topics: game, 3d, hunting, simulator, budget, acknex, 3d gamestudio, dos, ms-dos, Windows 3.x, Windows,...
Software Library: MS-DOS Games
by Macmillan Digital Publishing
software

eye 94

favorite 1

comment 0

Hunt with the big boys! An all-new 3D hunting experience. Hunt moose, elk, caribou, and antelope - each reacts differently like it would in the wild! Four hunting environment with dynamic lighting and weather. Choose from four different weapons. Use call, binoculars, camo, scope & scent. NEW! Hunt with friend in multiplayer mode.
Topics: game, 3d, hunting, simulator, budget, acknex, 3d gamestudio, dos, ms-dos, Windows 95, Windows,...
Software Library: MS-DOS Games
by Macmillan Digital Publishing
software

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favorite 2

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There's some truly tricky prey out there, and it's up to you to stop the little beasts in their tracks. Realistic big game hunting comes to your PC in this detailed excursion through the best hunting environments in the U.S. Make your way through four huge levels, tracking elk, moose, deer, and antelope all the while. You'll have a wide range of weapons, bait, and traps to choose from, and there are plenty of unpredictable weather conditions to spice things up. Play alone or challenge a friend....
Topics: game, 3d, hunting, simulator, budget, acknex, 3d gamestudio, dos, ms-dos, Windows 3.x, Windows,...
Vintage BASIC Games: Color Computer
by Scott L. Bain
software

eye 265

favorite 2

comment 0

3D MAZE An A-mazing Game for Your Fun! Welcome to the world of three dimensional mazes. The following program, 3D MAZE, is designed to put you right in the action, searching through a labyrinth for a way out. Type in the program and run it.  It will display a message and have you wait a short time while it creates a maze.  Every time you run 3D MAZE, the maze will be re-drawn.  It is never the same twice. Next, you will have to choose between fast and slow screens.  3D MAZE is written in...
Topics: coco, rainbow, basic, game, vintage_basic_games, color computer
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by Chimecho, DeViaNTe
software

eye 116

favorite 1

comment 0

Homebrew puzzle game for the PlayStation Portable.
Topics: game, PSP homebrew, PSP Genesis Competition 2011
The Homebrew Cloud
by Rinnegatamante
software

eye 105

favorite 1

comment 0

Hi, does someone knows Briscola? Briscola is a popular italian card game and i made years ago a Briscola card game for PSP (PSPBriscola). PSPBriscola was coded in LUA (LPHM7) so i managed to port it to my LUA interpreter (lpp-3ds) because lpp-3ds syntax is very similar to LPHM7 syntax. This port has been realized very fast so many things can be bugged, also, codes are very shitty because PSPBriscola is one of my first homebrew ever made (so there are routines that can be improved and also code...
Topics: Homebrew, Nintendo 3DS, Game
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by Chocodino
software

eye 56

favorite 0

comment 0

Puzzle game for PSP.
Topics: game, PSP homebrew, PSP Genesis Competition 2011
Software Library: MS-DOS Games
by PPP Team
software

eye 977

favorite 2

comment 0

Game-Maker Archive wiki page: http://www.aderack.com/game-maker/index.php?title=4_to_Save_Toon_Land
Topics: Game-Maker games, Game-Maker Archive featured games
Software Library: Flash: Kids' Zone
by Corus Entertainment
software

eye 219

favorite 3

comment 0

https://web.archive.org/web/20080914052618/http://www.ytv.com/gamepad/play/games/fourEyes/play.asp#top
Topics: YTV, game, flash, swf
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by ZIGZAG
software

eye 209

favorite 0

comment 0

In 40 Days and 40 Nights of Rain, two people met. This is the tale of the girl with sky-blue eyes and the tin plate soldier. [From Deja Vu ]
Topics: PSP homebrew, game, visual novel
Software Library: Macintosh
by The Code Zone
software

eye 252

favorite 3

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Game compilation developed by The Code Zone. NOTE: The launcher does not launch the games due to the changed directory structure, nor will the shortcut to the launcher work; the games can all be found in, and run from, the game folder; this may be fixed later. TIP: If a game runs out of memory, try running it without having the launcher open. If that doesn't work, quit the game, click its icon, select Get Info from the File menu, and increase both editable numbers in the resulting window by one...
Topic: game
The Flash Emulation Repair Shop
by scriptwelder
software

eye 875

favorite 2

comment 0

You are chosen for the sacrifice.   You are destined to walk to volcano to stop the end of the world and you have 400 years to do it.  You can rest away the seasonal problems which lay in your path.  Take your time to make this important journey.
Topics: Journey, platform, time limit, time skip, ambient, flash, flash game, Polish game, four seasons,...
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by coolguy5678
software

eye 56

favorite 0

comment 0

Simple tennis game for PSP.
Topics: game, PSP homebrew, Scenery Beta 2008
Atari 8-Bit Library: Demos
by anticSHOP
software

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5-Dots, a game by anticSHOP, for the Atari 8-bit. Shown at WAP-NIAK 2016 (May 2016), where it ranked 5th.
Topics: 5-Dots, game, anticSHOP, Atari 8-bit, WAP-NIAK 2016, May 2016
Software Library: MS-DOS Games
by HVB
software

eye 82

favorite 0

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Developed by HVB Software Platform DOS Published by HVB Software Released 1990 Genre Puzzle , Strategy/Tactics Gameplay Board Game Perspective Text-based/spreadsheet , Top-down Description 5-Letter-Kruiswoord (5-letter-crossword in English) is a game in which the player solves a crossword that consists of only 5 letter words. The player can at any time check whether the answers he/she has given are correct. For every letter that is not filled in, the player gets 1 point. For every letter that...
Topics: MS-DOS game, game, crosswords, puzzle
Vintage BASIC Games: TI-99/4A
by A. DeCicco
software

eye 57

favorite 0

comment 0

This game is for the TI-99/4A, which is not emulated directly on the Internet Archive.  Below are directions for using this game with JS99 (which runs in your browser) and Classic99 (which is a Windows application): TO USE JS99:   1. Save the file "ti99.dsk" from this item.   2. Go to https://js99er.net/#/   3. Click on "Load Disk" (at the bottom of the screen).   4. Select the "ti99.dsk" file.   5. Enter TI Extended BASIC (option 2 on the TI start screen)....
Topics: ti, ti99, ti-99/4a, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Source: Disk Image 0040.dsk
The Flash Emulation Repair Shop
by Cary Huang; Michael Huang
software

eye 4,356

favorite 5

comment 2

5b is a game. This game is a part of  Battle for Dream Island  and currently does not work in ruffle. Edit: If you download the SWF while you have the ruffle extension installed, It will open as a page and seemingly work fine.
favorite ( 2 reviews )
Topics: flash game, flash, swf, bfdia, bfdi, 5b, battle for dream island, book, bubble, Ice Cube, Lego...
Software Library: Flash Games
by The Walt Disney Company
software

eye 16,196

favorite 49

comment 0

In this game based on the Lilo & Stitch franchise, help Reuben, also known as Experiment 625, build sandwiches while avoiding rotten ingredients! Originally found on Disney.com in the first decade of the 2000's. Submitting one's score at the end of the game does not currently work, likely due to a deactivated server.
Topics: Lilo and Stitch, flash game, video game, arcade game
Vintage BASIC Games: Color Computer
by Richard Ramella
software

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[This game is Part 3 of 3 of The Sorcerer's Puzzles III.  See "Bricks" and "Gordian Knot" for Parts 1 and 2.] (From Color Computer Magazine, September 1983.)   by Richard Ramella "It's getting late," said Sorcerer Goldberg.  "And now for the tale of..." 64 WITCHES The annual witches' convention on Bald Mountain was thrown into disarray when 64 witches showed up for a meeting in a hall containing 64 chairs in an eight-by-eight grid. "I don't...
Topics: coco, color computer, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Source: Color Computer Magazine
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by 10$man
software

eye 53

favorite 0

comment 0

Homebrew game for PSP.
Topics: PSP homebrew, game
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by Erogame Project
software

eye 516

favorite 1

comment 0

Port of the Russian-language visual novel, running on the RenPSP engine.
Topics: game, PSP homebrew
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by Andy Eikum
software

eye 67

favorite 0

comment 0

2D platformer for PSP.
Topics: game, PSP homebrew
The Flash Emulation Repair Shop
by ARM0UR0S
software

eye 19

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comment 0

Original source:  A Dragon Story v1 by ARM0UR0S on DeviantArt Original description: DONT CLICK it will load then start A Dragon Story is a project with Derek young were you design your own dragon by changing the colour and tipe of eace body part i made to simple to use but able to go into detail things i might try and update are the wings and feet How to use the buttons on the left the top 6 buttons change the body part- Head , Neck , arms , body , Legs , and Tail the large serkil below that...
Topics: Flash, DeviantArt, game, flash game, dress-up
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by milkcat
software

eye 103

favorite 0

comment 0

Toshiki, the realist. Mizuna, the girl he met on the roof. And BROY, the school band whose members surround them. It's the summer of their third year, and Toshiki must face not only the school festival, but also a promise that he may never be able to fulfill. [From Deja Vu ]
Topics: PSP homebrew, game, visual novel
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by ZIGZAG
software

eye 80

favorite 0

comment 0

The side story taking place after 40 days and 40 nights of Rain . It's a special day, and Kyrie is trying to celebrate this special day for Yuu. [From V-N.net ]
Topics: PSP homebrew, game, visual novel
The Flash Emulation Repair Shop
by Chibixi
software

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favorite 0

comment 0

Original source:  A Walk Through Espurr Woods - Flash game by Chibixi on DeviantArt Original description: Take a walk(if you dare) through Espurr Woods.  Can you make it through? Use the arrow keys to move.  Up = go forward, Down = backward, Right & Left = Right and Left It's my first time making a semi-3D game! Just a fun little game I made in a few days.    First horror game I've made. It's a Slenderman-esque game(kinda).   Bugs, glitches, etc. Please tell me, and enjoy! (there may...
Topics: Flash, DeviantArt, Pokemon, Nintendo, Espurr, game, flash game, fangame
Software Library: MS-DOS Games
by A-J Games
software

eye 619

favorite 1

comment 0

Game-Maker Archive wiki page: http://www.aderack.com/game-maker/index.php?title=A-J_3
Topics: Game-Maker games, Game-Maker Archive featured games
Software Library: MS-DOS Games
by Aderack
software

eye 683

favorite 1

comment 0

Game-Maker Archive wiki page: http://www.aderack.com/game-maker/index.php?title=A-J%27s_Quest Official Site A-J's Quest Developed by A-J Games Platform DOS Published by A-J Games Released 1992 Genre Action Gameplay Platform Perspective Side view Visual 2D scrolling Description A-J's Quest is a side-scrolling platformer, based on an early '90s comic strip by the game's author. The game involves exploring several distinct levels, collecting items and equipment, and fighting eccentric monsters, in...
Topics: Game-Maker games, Game-Maker Archive featured games
Vintage BASIC Games: Commodore 64
by Clark Kidd; Kathy H. Kidd
software

eye 86

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comment 0

A-MAZE-ING Skill area: Coordination  Level: 1,2  Equipment required: Joystick Modification: Yes  Story of the Orchard You are a piglet in the orchard. Piglets like food, and orchards are full of apples, so you've escaped from your pen and run toward the trees.  Farmer Brown is following close behind, so you have two minutes to eat all the apples you can before Farmer Brown catches you. Some of the apples may be out of reach.  Don't worry about them. Just eat all the apples you can before...
Topics: c64, commodore 64, compute, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Source: Commodore 64 Games for Kids
Vintage BASIC Games: Color Computer
by Fred D'Ignazio
software

eye 69

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THE ABC SONG For Parents and Teachers... This game helps younger children learn the alphabet.  It displays the letters of the alphabet while it plays the "Alphabet Song." If your child isn't quick-tongued now, he or she will be after singing along with this program. The program plays the ABC Song very slowly the first time.  As it plays, it flashes the appropriate letter of the alphabet on the TV screen. Your child will sing along and be proud that he or she can sing faster than the...
Topics: coco, playground, basic, game, vintage_basic_games, color computer
Source: The Color Computer Playground
Vintage BASIC Games: Color Computer
by Geoff Wells
software

eye 38

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AHHA   AHHA!  Another Haunted House Adventure!   by Geoff Wells In this third and final installment of the general all purpose adventure driver (GAPAD) program, we present the changes and additions necessary to run yet another haunted house adventure.  This is the complete program for AHHA, so those of you who have already typed in GAPAD need only make a few changes and add some of the data. The mysterious old miser has been dead for many years, but the fortune, said to be hidden somewhere...
Topics: coco, color computer, adventure, rainbow, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
The Flash Emulation Repair Shop
by 4463.com
software

eye 258

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Unauthorised Angry Birds Flash Game made by 4463.com (English is obviously not the sites first language...) here is the description: There are two modes to choose: time mode and life mode. If you choose the time mode, you must shoot quickly. Complete the task in time limit. Otherwise the game is over. If you choose the other one, you need to shoot every bird. You only have three times to miss. Continuous shooting can hold down the mouse. Wish you good luck!
Topics: Flash, flash game, unauthorised, angry birds, 4463.com
The Apple II Library: Games
by Matteo Trevisan
software

eye 138

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This is an Apple ii game i have developed in finish 2020, the story is about Woz dealing an apple ii computer ... and let you continue in this small adventure.
Topics: Apple ii, broken, po, game
The Apple II Library: Games
by Matteo Trevisan
software

eye 122

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comment 0

This is The Apple II Garage Game with an Apple II AI to change continuosly the game between the given case.
Topics: apple ii, garage, woz, computer, repair, game, broken
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by Cau'XPROD
software

eye 150

favorite 0

comment 0

Homebrew zombie game for PSP.
Topics: PSP homebrew, game
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by Jabby Jim
software

eye 97

favorite 0

comment 0

Space Invaders Clone with Ascii textures made for the PSP. Also known as 'ASCII Invaders From Hell'.
Topics: game, PSP homebrew
The Flash Emulation Repair Shop
by gharding3
software

eye 85

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comment 0

ASCIIvania is a metroidvania platformer created in 2012 by Kongregate user gharding3.
Topics: game, flash, metroidvania, platformer, puzzle
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by Elka
software

eye 59

favorite 0

comment 0

Tetris for PSP.
Topics: PSP homebrew, game
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by Julian Williams (BlackShark)
software

eye 63

favorite 0

comment 0

Puzzle game for PSP.
Topics: game, PSP homebrew, NEO Spring Coding Compo 2008
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by Zack
software

eye 105

favorite 0

comment 0

Dungeon Platformer, ported over for the PSP
Topics: game, PSP homebrew, NEO 2008 Summer Compo
Vintage BASIC Games: Color Computer
by Richard Ramella
software

eye 46

favorite 0

comment 0

[This game is Part 2 of 3 of The Sorcerer's Puzzles II.  See "Disappearing Act" and "Turnabout" for Parts 1 and 3.] (From Color Computer Magazine, July 1983.) The letters A-X and an empty square are displayed in a five-by-five grid.  The object is to put these 24 letters in alphabetical order, reading left to right in descending rows.  Press the four arrow keys to maneuver letters.  A legal move is one that slides a letter in the direction indicated by the arrow key...
Topics: coco, basic, game, vintage_basic_games, color computer
Source: Color Computer Magazine
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by Gunner54
software

eye 50

favorite 0

comment 0

Button-pressing game.
Topics: PSP homebrew, game
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by freakdave
software

eye 47

favorite 0

comment 0

Puzzle game for PSP.
Topics: PSP homebrew, game
Software Library: Flash Games
by Abrakadabra Animations
software

eye 226

favorite 1

comment 0

A turn-of-the-century Flash target game from Abrakadabra Animations
Topics: Flash, Game, Target Game
Vintage BASIC Games: IBM PC
by Thomas C. McIntire
software

eye 39

favorite 0

comment 0

Abstract Perhaps you know someone who has indicated that he or she would like to learn programming.  In a limited way the game of Abstract gauges a player's aptitude for programming because it tesets for deductive reasoning ability.  It is just a game, and an amusing one to play; so don't jeopardize friendships or career aspirations by reason of anyone's consistent inability to win. The game begins with an announcement by the computer that it is holding a three-digit number in memory.  The...
Topics: ibm pc, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Source: The A to Z Book of Computer Games
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by JJS
software

eye 209

favorite 1

comment 0

Port of Abuse-SDL for the PSP.
Topics: PSP homebrew, game
PlayStation Portable Library: Homebrews
by BlackShark
software

eye 67

favorite 0

comment 0

Homebrew game for PSP.
Topics: PSP homebrew, game
Vintage BASIC Games: IBM PC
by Bill Palmby
software

eye 106

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Acey Ducey This is a simulation of the Acey Ducey card game.  In the game, the dealer (the computer) deals two cards face up.  You have an option to bet or not to bet depending on whether or not you feel the next card dealt will have a value between the first two. Your initial money (Q) is set to $100.  You may alter statement 110 if you want to start with more or less than $100.  The game keeps going until you lose all your money or interrupt the program. The original program author was...
Topics: ibm pc, creative computing, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Vintage BASIC Games: TI-99/4A
by Frederick Holtz
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This game is for the TI-99/4A, which is not emulated directly on the Internet Archive.  Below are directions for using this game with JS99 (which runs in your browser) and Classic99 (which is a Windows application): TO USE JS99:   1. Save the file "ti99.dsk" from this item.   2. Go to https://js99er.net/#/   3. Click on "Load Disk" (at the bottom of the screen).   4. Select the "ti99.dsk" file.   5. Enter TI Extended BASIC (option 2 on the TI start screen)....
Topics: ti, ti99, ti-99/4a, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Source: TI-99/4A Game Programs
Vintage BASIC Games: TI-99/4A
by C. Regena
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This game is for the TI-99/4A, which is not emulated directly on the Internet Archive.  Below are directions for using this game with JS99 (which runs in your browser) and Classic99 (which is a Windows application): TO USE JS99:   1. Save the file "ti99.dsk" from this item.   2. Go to https://js99er.net/#/   3. Click on "Load Disk" (at the bottom of the screen).   4. Select the "ti99.dsk" file.   5. Enter TI Extended BASIC (option 2 on the TI start screen)....
Topics: ti, ti99, ti-99/4a, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Source: Compute!'s First Book of TI Games
Software Library: ZZT
by Balazs Rozsa
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Action SuperCross is a motorbike DOS game. Your goal is to collect apples trough various levels. This is version 1.2 Registered. Works flawlessly on DOSBOX. Uploaded for archival purposes
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Topics: Action Super Cross, motorbike, DOS game, shareware, abandonware, elastomania, game, old game
Software Library: MS-DOS Shareware
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Action SuperCross 1.1 is a motorbike simulation game, based on a real physical model. You must navigate through the various stages on your bike. Requires DOS 5.0, 486DX-33, 8MB and VGA. Supports VESA SVGA modes, SoundBlaster.
Topics: supercross, action, pik, vesa, shareware, asp, csaba, game, levels, compuserve, action supercross,...