March marked the 6th anniversary of the Collection Chamber, and over 470 (not including compilations) games have been reviewed and made playable again! There's more to come, including this month's random quintet. Dylan Dog: The Murderers (1991-1992 Simulmondo) is a cinematic platformer based on the classic Italian comic series. Leather Goddesses of Phobos 2 (1992 Infocom) is a love letter to 50's sci-fi B-movies and big-breasted women with an insane amount of humour. The 1st one is also included. To get your racing fix on, try Maximum Roadkill (1996 Take-Two Interactive) for some sci-fi infused speed. Ringworld: Revenge of the Patriarch (1992 Tsunami Media) is a good-looking point-and-click adventure bsed on the works of Larry Niven. Lastly, Xargon (1994 Epic MegaGames) is a classic PC platformer - and one of the few that could possibly rival those on consoles.
There's one update this month, and if you've seen my Animaniacs ranking video you probably know about it. The Animaniacs Collection now has an additional game - River Adventure. It was too small a game to justify its own review so the new version has conveniently added it. Head on ove to that game's page for more info.
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1991-1992 Sergio Bonelli Editore Spa & Simulmondo srl
DOS / Amiga
1986-1992 Infocom & Activision
DOS / ScummVM
Adventure-Compilation-Interactive Fiction-Comedy-Sci Fi
1996 Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc
1992 Tsunami Media
1994 Epic MegaGames, Inc
Well, I guess it's about time to wish you and your filled-with-lifeblood creation named The Collection Chamber a very hearty !HAPPY 6TH BIRTHDAY! :-)) (Knowing me the way you do, I'm complimenting with the greatest pleasure).ReplyDelete
So while I was unaware of your then ultrafresh (and still unparalleled) doings when you had brought TCC to life six years ago, at least I can say that I'm one of the rather "early adaptors" who - since then - do not miss any of the additions to your now six year old brainchild for whose well-being you never seem to run out of retro-rich ideas. Chapeau!
So may you and your impressive web presence live long and prosper until the end of time! :-)
Bye for now,
Thanks Thomas! I plan to live that long too :)Delete
Would you be willing to do Darby the Dragon (1996) it's an adventure/edutainment game by Davidson/Broderbund. Only the Mac version is online.
Thanks again for these wonderful goodies! Love your site and your Youtube channel and have recommended it to countless friends who have love and appreciation of classic PC gaming! Keep up the fantastic work!! and Happy Birthday to TCC!!!ReplyDelete
it's really very good thanks so muchReplyDelete