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Old games are often referred to as abandonware - this is a term for the abandoned software - for example software that is no longer sold and its original creator does not provide any support for it.

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27.04.2024 F-Zero small screenshot


F-Zero is the first game in the F-Zero series and was a launch game for the SNES. In 2560, a new sport was born at the instigation of bored multi-billionaires - F-Zero racing, inspired by Formula 1 racing. But F-Zero is much faster, more furious and dangerous, and failure equals death, which attracted the attention of the most daring and dangerous people or aliens in the galaxy, which include the bounty hunter Captain Falcon, Dr. Stewart, the assassin Pico and the bandit Samurai Goroh. The big tournament can begin... F-Zero is a futuristic racing game, serving as a launch game for the SNES console. It contains 15 tracks divided into three races of increasing difficulty. The tracks contain a lot of tricky obstacles, such as mines, magnets, chasms and extremely sharp turns, which are difficult to pick out at a speed of several hundred kilometers per hour. These obstacles not only slow you down, but can also damage or even destroy your car, which equals game over. F-Zero was also the first game to serve as a demonstration of the SNES console's graphics mode called Mode 7, which allowed one of the background layers to be rotated to create the illusion of perspective and 3D space, effectively helping to create a sense of speed.

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27.04.2024 Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi small screenshot

Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi

Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, also known as Super Return of the Jedi, is a 1994 action video game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Game  follows closely the standard set by the previous two Super Star Wars games, with the return of selectable characters (on specific levels), multiple playable characters and Mode 7 quasi-3D vehicle sequences. The controls are identical to the second game, and this installment also includes its predecessor's password save option. It loosely follows the plot of Return of the Jedi, with some added scenes, such as Luke Skywalker having to fight through the Death Star to get to The Emperor. In addition to the standard Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Chewbacca, Princess Leia and Wicket appear as playable characters. Bosses include Jabba the Hutt, the Rancor beast, Darth Vader and The Emperor. Vehicle sequences include the Endor speeder bike chase, and a cruise in the Millennium Falcon. Luke Skywalker no longer has nine Force powers to work with but five and it is easier for him to "recharge" his abilities. He also cannot use any variation of the blaster in this game. Princess Leia is unique in that her appearance and playstyle changes in accordance with the plot. She uses a staff as the bounty hunter Boushh when approaching Jabba's palace, fights with a broken chain as Jabba's escaped slave on his sail barge, and wields a blaster when fighting on Endor as a Rebel leader.

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27.04.2024 Super Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back small screenshot

Super Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back

The sequel to Super Star Wars is, as the name implies, based on Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, the second of the original Star Wars movie trilogy. The game features familiar locations and events from the film, such as the ice planet Hoth, the search for Yoda on the jungle planet Dagobah, and the fight against Darth Vader. Several locations are expanded, adding places and boss enemies that did not exist in the movie, and certain key events in the story are omitted or changed. Super Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back follows closely the standard set by its predecessor, with multiple playable characters and Mode 7 quasi-3D vehicle sequences. The controls are very similar to the first game, but feature a double-jump. Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Chewbacca return as playable characters although the character-select option was removed. Unlike the original game, this installment allows each character the use of a primary and secondary weapon. Following one of the swamp planet Dagobah missions, Luke Skywalker can also collect Force Powers for use in later levels. Luke can now block incoming attacks using his lightsaber, allowing him to deflect blaster fire. Han Solo can now throw grenades and Chewbacca has a new power up: a spinning attack. Sith Lord Darth Vader appears as the final boss in the video game.

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27.04.2024 Super Star Wars small screenshot

Super Star Wars

Super Star Wars is an action platformer based on the first part of the Star Wars film series. In the role of Luke Skywalker, Han Solo or Chewbacca, in a total of fifteen levels, you will look at iconic locations from the film such as the Sandcrawler of the desert Jaws, the cantina in Mos Eisley or the Death Star itself. The game fairly closely follows the story of the film, which it tells using static inter-level cutscenes. The gameplay is mainly focused on action, but there are also a few sneaky platforming passages. To eliminate enemy stormtroopers, droids or the inhabitants of the planet Tatooine, all three heroes use their blasters, which can be upgraded by collecting power-ups, and Luke also has his blue lightsaber at his disposal. There are also boss fights and levels in which you take control of a landspeeder or X-Wing from a third-person perspective. Super Star Wars generally follows the plot of Star Wars, although some allowances were made to adapt the story to suit an action game. For example, instead of simply buying C-3PO and R2-D2 from the Jawas, Luke Skywalker must fight his way to the top of a Jawa sandcrawler while leaping from a series of moving conveyor belts. 

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27.04.2024 T2: The Arcade Game small screenshot

T2: The Arcade Game

Terminator 2: Judgment Day or T2 is a light gun shooter based on the film of the same name. The game was developed in tandem with the movie, so several actors from the film reprise their roles for the game and are featured as part of the game's photorealistic digitized graphics. The game's plot largely follows that of the film, casting up to two players as the T-800 "terminator" cyborg from the film, sent back in time to protect John Connor from assassination by the T-1000 terminator. The story takes us, just like in the movie, to an American town, in which the goal of the game is to protect the leader of the Resistance, little John Connor and his mother Sarah from a machine from the future T-1000 that wants to kill them both. The game features several beatdowns between both T-1000 Terminators and the older T-800 type, and 2 action levels, which are basically top-down motorcycle chases. The game also contains two logical interludes, in this case they are jigsaw puzzles, in one of which we have to fix the Terminator's eye and in the other hand. Individual parts and levels are linked by examples from the film. The player's primary weapon is a machine gun, which fires automatically as long as the trigger is pulled. Pressing a button on the side fires a secondary weapon (missiles in 2029, shotgun shells in the 1990s). Gun ammunition is unlimited; however, an on-screen power gauge slowly decreases with extended firing, causing the rate of fire to slow down. The gauge slowly refills when the gun trigger is released. Health/weapon power-ups and ammunition supplies for the secondary weapon are available throughout the game.

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26.04.2024 Pro Evolution Soccer 6 (PES6) small screenshot

Pro Evolution Soccer 6 (PES6)

Nowadays, PES is no longer such a huge competitor to FIFA as it was a dozen or so years ago. PES 6: Pro Evolution Soccer 6 (known as Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2007 in the United States) is one of the best-reviewed parts of this game series ever. It introduced many new features, such as the International Challenge mode, i.e. the equivalent of the FIFA World Cup, and new licensed teams, such as: The Netherlands, England, Spain, Trinidad and Tobago and clubs such as Bayern Munich, Manchester United. This part was similar in gameplay to the fourth part, it was much more dynamic than the fifth part, actions, passes and shots were played much faster than in the previous part. Of course, team lineups have been updated, player animations and game graphics have also improved. The free kick system was also improved, thanks to which the player could play a set piece faster and surprise the opponent. The game also had a multiplayer mode, with up to eight people playing on one console. Pro Evolution Soccer still beats FIFA hands down. It may not be able to compete in terms of next-gen polish, but this is a case of matter over style. In terms of evolution, the new game might not be so pro, but it still offers a more rewarding football experience. And isn't that what everyone is after?

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26.04.2024 Boarder Zone small screenshot

Boarder Zone

Boarder Zone is fun and entertaining, but only as a diversion. The single-player game lacks too many of the options and features you expect to see in a snowboarding game. Boarder Zone has many good qualities, but you'll find yourself going through all the game has to offer too quickly. It's more enjoyable as an arcade game to play with your friends, since the single-player mode is too dull otherwise. Boarder Zone's best features are its detailed graphics and its fluid 3D engine. When you go down a slope, your board leaves an imprint in the snow according to the powder level. When you turn, the board sprays snow as it cuts into the slope. When you fall, your hands and body leave print trails. There is also a nice replay option, and the chase camera always finds the best angles at which to follow your maneuvers. The lighting is realistic and provides atmosphere and a good sense of movement.

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26.04.2024 Wonder Boy in Monster Land small screenshot

Wonder Boy in Monster Land

The game is the sequel to the 1986 game Wonder Boy and takes place eleven years after the events in the previous game. After enjoying over a decade of peace on Wonder Land following the defeat of the evil King by Tom-Tom, later bestowed the title "Wonder Boy", a fire-breathing dragon called the MEKA dragon appeared; he and his minions conquered Wonder Land, turning it into "Monster Land". The people, helpless due to their lack of fighting skill, call for Wonder Boy, now a teenager, to destroy the monsters and defeat the MEKA dragon. Players control Wonder Boy through twelve linear levels as he makes his way through Monster Land to find and defeat the MEKA dragon. Players earn gold by defeating enemies and buy weapons, armor, footwear, magic, and other items to help along the way. There are twelve locations in which Tom-Tom must venture through, including (but not limited to): the city of Wonder Land, Valley of Peace, The Coastal Town of Baraboro, The Mam Desert, and Pororo Islands. During his journey, he must defeat monsters with the sword that he got at the beginning of his adventure. These monsters will leave either gold coins or bags of cash, which he can use to buy better weapons, shields, armors, and boots. At the end of each location, there is usually a boss that Tom-Tom must defeat in order to obtain a gold key that will unlock the exit gate, as well as plenty of gold coins or bags of cash. If he touches any enemies, or is shot at, he will lose health. During his travels, Tom-Tom must take note of the hourglass; if the hourglass display sands at the bottom, he must get another one that appears out of nowhere, or he'll also lose health. There are two ways in which he can restore it. He can either go into bars to have a drink that will restore it and get a hint about what lies ahead as well, or go into hospitals and heal himself to restore the lost health.

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26.04.2024 Wonder Boy small screenshot

Wonder Boy

Wonder Boy is an arcade platform game developed in 1986 by Escape for Sega's arcade machines. However, before long, Sega itself also ported it to its SG-1000, Sega Master System and Game Gear consoles. After the title also appeared on the ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64 and Amstrad home computers in 1987, it became very popular and five more sequels were subsequently released. Wonder Boy is a typical platformer of its time, so it's based on speed. The protagonist is a boy known only as "Boy". He must quickly jump and run through seven levels to save his girlfriend Tina (Tanya in the console versions), held captive by a villain named Dark King. The basis of the gameplay is simple: along the way, Boy jumps over obstacles, collects fruits, tries to neutralize opponents and at the same time has to avoid traps that stand in his way. The boy can arm himself with a stone hatchet, which he can throw at oncoming foes, a skateboard with which he can rush through the levels and temporary protection by an angel which allows him to destroy foes by simply running into them. All of the aforementioned power-ups are obtained by breaking open eggs. These eggs can also contain unpleasant surprises – curses which cause him to lose vitality more quickly than usual, and poisonous mushrooms which reduce the boy's vitality in one go. At the end of every "area", the boy will encounter an incarnation of the chief antagonist as a boss character. Once defeated, the mighty lord's mask flies off and transforms into an item such as a tea cup or a piece of fruit, before subsequently making his escape.

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26.04.2024 Dirt Track Racing 2 small screenshot

Dirt Track Racing 2

In Dirt Track Racing 2, you'll find something like a cross between rally racing and NASCAR racing. Like in NASCAR races, you'll race on closed, purpose-built tracks. Here, most of the 14 tracks are oval variants with a few particularly dangerous figure-eight tracks thrown in for good measure. True to the game's name, you'll be racing across bumpy dirt surfaces, often wet ones, regularly sliding through the corners like a seasoned rally racer. Dirt Track Racing 2 is the next addition to the DTR family of racing simulators on muddy ovals. In your career, you race as a novice driver, in vehicles of three performance classes, at the beginning of course you take on a car from the weakest category. Before each season, you have to choose one of 15 championships (5 for each class), which differ in track layout, difficulty and reward for the winner.

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