A platformer released for multiple retro computer systems and consoles.
A book with educational value containing 13 type-in games.
A 1st person perspective 3D space game.
An educational game for practising reading and spelling.
A educational game about making faces.
An indie top-down action-adventure game developed in 2021 for early Commodore devices (including the PET, VIC-20, and 64 series).
Bongo the Super Mouse vies for a princess' hand in marriage in this early platformer from Kingsoft and Anirog.
Interceptor Software's Donkey Kong clone. Shares a name with an alternate title used for Donkey Kong under a distributor, but is not a licensed version of the g...
A dig-'em-up game for Vic-20.
Super Smash is a bat-and-ball block breaker game for Commodore systems.
A shoot-'em-up for Vic-20 and Commodore 64 from Jeff Minter.
An edutainment game from Commodore.
A restructured version of Galaxian for the Vic-20, due to Commodore only having the rights to the game in Japan. Programmed by Satoru Iwata.
A "catch the items" game for Vic-20.
An early word search game for Commodore computer systems.
A platform game starring a rabbit who kicks dragons and collects eggs.
An educational game for multiple computer systems.
Martian spiders and their allies of other planets threaten the Martian Space Fly. Unfortunately unrelated to David Bowie's backing band.
Romox released a tale of love between a human and an amphibian.
Underwater maze game
Educational software that parents were apparently supposed to leave their children alone with (!)
A Robin Hood-esque mouse faces the dangers of the garden.
Strategy game based on the "game" of the film WarGames.
It's players versus the Caterpilla in this ZX Spectrum and Vic-20 shooter.
A single-screen shoot-'em-up for Commodore systems.
A brick-breaker game for Vic 20.
A maze game for Commodore computers.
A 3D shooter from Postern
A first-person maze game for Commodore systems.
A mystery text adventure.
A Western shoot'em up published by Omega Software Ltd. for the VIC-20.
A shoot'em up game developed and published by Omega Software Ltd. for the VIC-20.
A simple numbers-based puzzle game for 8-bit computers where the computer acts as a second player.
Take control of Metallama and fight off the Zzyaxian cyborg, arachnid mutants in this side-scrolling shooter from the mind of Jeff Minter.
Poker game for the PET/CBM and Vic-20.
Cosmic Cruncher is a maze game for the Commodore Vic 20.
A single-screen shoot'em up written by Mark Turmell and published for various 8-bit platforms.
Published by Sirius Software for various 8-bit platforms this game is a variant of the classic arcade game Snake. The player feeds a snake by guiding it to appl...
A 3D maze game where one player seeks to capture the flag while the second seeks to capture the other player.
A single screen shoot'em up written by John P. Shay and published by Solar Software for the Commodore VIC-20.
A horizontal scrolling shoot'em up in which the player flies a spaceship over the surface of Mars bombing and shooting the rockets and fuel dumps.
A single-screen shooting game for two players written by John P. Shay and published by Solar Software for the Commodore VIC-20 and Commodore 16.
Protector is Synapse Software's first game in 1981 written by Mike Potter for the Atari 400/800. The objective is to rescue stranded people from buildings.
The player has to navigate a spaceship through the caverns of Mars in this action game published by Solar Software.
A 2D multi-directional shoot'em up written by John P. Shay and published by Solar Software under the name Asteroyds for the Commodore VIC-20 and later under the...
A Breakout clone written by John P. Shay and published by Solar Software for the Commodore 16.
A shoot'em up based on Namco's arcade game Galaxian, where the player controls a spacecraft at the bottom of the screen moving left or right, destroying aliens ...
Arcadia is a very early title released for microcomputers in 1982. Programmed by Imagine, the aim of the game is to survive wave after wave of enemy ships with ...
A Pac-Man clone written by John P. Shay and published by Solar Software for the Commodore 64 and Commodore 16 / PLUS 4.
A 1st person shooter in space that was released under three different names("Cosmic Commando", "Space Pirate" and "Star Commander") for various 8-bit homecomput...
Jelly Monsters was an unauthorized port/adaptation of Pac-Man, which was only available briefly before Atarisoft had its distribution halted.
Pinball Spectacular (AKA Pin Ball) is a pinball simulation game for Commodore computers from HAL Laboratory.
Commodore Vic-20 exclusive "Miner Willy" game from Software Projects
Pilot a submarine and fire torpedoes in this simulation from Thorne EMI Video.
Krazy Kong is a Donkey Kong clone for Vic 20
Donkey Kong clone on Commodore 64 and Vic-20
Pac-Man clone for Commodore computers
A game based on the Alien movie for the Commodore VIC-20
Alien Sidestep is a Space Invaders-esque game for Commodore systems.
Alternate between brushing and flossing in an effort to save as many teeth as possible, all while avoiding the dreaded invaders.
Wacky Waiters was game coded by Eugene Evans and released by Imagine Software. Players controlled a waiter, who had to negotiate a series of treacherous elevat...
Blitz is a simple one button arcade-style game for the VIC-20 personal computer.
Sequel to the popular Dunjonquest game Temple of Apshai.
CBS Software produced this game for Atari home computers, among others.
Mole Attack is a digital version of the Whac-a-Mole formula for the Commodore VIC-20.
A text based Adventure Game for the Vic20
Q*Bert's goal is to hop around an isometric pyramid structure in order to change all the colors of the pyramid's surfaces to the same color.
The fourth entry in the original Scott Adams text adventure series. This time the player must rescue Count Cristo who has had a fiendish course put on him by hi...
A Space Invaders clone in which this time letters and words instead of aliens must be shot down.
Sword of Fargoal is a "Rogue-like" role-playing game that charges players with the task of descending into a randomly generated dungeon, retrieving a sword, and...
Originally developed by Dan Gorlin of Brøderbund, Choplifter!, which claims to be the computer! game of the year, focuses on the simple mechanics of avoiding f...
Fire Galaxy is a horizontal shoot-'em-up for the Commodore VIC-20.
In this text adventure, written by Scott Adams, the player awakes in a sealed wing of the Count's Transylvanian castle and must approach his goal of overcoming ...
Omega Race was one of the more popular Arcade games and old home Machine releases.
It's like Donkey Kong, but with two-legged "Sneakers" instead of barrels, hearts instead of umbrellas, and a long-legged boss guarding a key instead of a lady.
A shoot-em up game developed by Jeff Minter for the C64 and other early computer systems
An Olympic style foot racing game.
Released in 1982, Imagic's Atlantis aimed to build upon what the classic game Missile Command started.
A pseudo survival-horror 2600 game that is known as one of the most difficult 2600 games in existence.
Trashman has you collecting trash while avoiding traffic and angry dogs.
Fight off the flying demons in this Phoenix-like shoot 'em up from Imagic.
A simulation designed to mimic the responses of a real-life psychotherapist.
Spike must reach the top of a mountain before freezing to death
Shamus was an action/adventure game similar to Berzerk, coded by William Mataga and published by Synapse Software in 1982.
A side-scrolling side-view shooter.
Control Bounty Bob as he avoids mutants and attempts to catch Yukon Yohan in this classic platformer.
An Egyptian themed arcade game released in 1982 from Konami, where players control an explorer/treasure hunter raiding the ancient catacombs of King Tut's tomb....
As Quasimodo, the hunchback of Notre-Dame, players must ring bells while avoiding myriad obstacles.