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LHX Attack Chopper

Electronic Arts 1990
Genre: Simulation, Action
Rating: 5/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC, Mega Drive

"There are cases when you design something that looks good on paper and there's only one small part of it that's fun. You have to focus on that and throw the rest away." Brent Iverson, the designer, chief programmer behind LHX and the author of these words did just that. He created a flight simulator that's pure joy to play: not too much of an arcade, which would disenchant less action-prone people, and not too much of a simulation, which would leave 95% of the gaming population frowning. LHX is simply the right blend of arcade, simulation and pure fun.

Link: The Faces of Evil

Philips Interactive Media 1993
Genre: Action
Rating: 3/6
Licence: Commercial
System: CD-i

It's hard to give this game a fair chance. Not only is it on Wikipedia's list of universally hated games, but once you enter its title in your favourite search engine, you will get tons of videos of guys swearing a lot, apparently feeling pretty good about themselves for being such "witty" commentators. Right, because it's so elite to go with the flow and agree with everybody else!

Links: The Challenge of Golf

Access Software 1990
Genre: Sport
Rating: 5/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

Links by Access Software was the turning point for PC golf games. Before Links (BL), golf games were more or less arcade simulations with blocky graphics, overly simplistic interface and so few options that after several days, you played just about everything there was. After Links (AL), golf games became the most realistic sports simulations around. Links introduced not only photoralistic graphics, but also a whole host of new options, very realistic physics, an unsurpassed interface and a franchise method that survives until today.

Little Big Adventure

Adeline 1994
Genre: Adventure, Action
Rating: 5/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

'Little Big Adventure' is probably a typical game of the widely spread 'action-adventure' genre. First a story which carries the game to satisfy the adventure part: The inhabitants of the fictional planet Twinsun suffer from the terror regime of the tyrant FunFrock. He has the power to produce clones which control and suppress the people with Big-Brother-like methods. One of the victims is Twinsen, who is in search for a magical legend of the planet to overthrow FunFrock and liberate the poor people. This rebel rolemodel is up to the player so he can fully live up to his insurgence phantasies. For complete disaster Twinsens wife gets kidnapped which brings up even more urge for revenge and activates protective instincts.

Little Big Adventure 2

Adeline Software International 1997
Genre: Adventure, Action
Rating: 5/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

Little Big Adventure 2 (known as Twinsen's Odyssey in America) is the sequel to Little Big Adventure, made by the developers of Alone in the Dark. It is an action adventure and the gameplay has hardly been changed compared to the predecessor. Nevertheless, LBA2 manages to outmatch it in every respect.

Little Blue Men

Michael S. Gentry 1998
Genre: Adventure
Rating: 4/6
Licence: Freeware
System: Interpreter

Little Blue Men starts out as any regular office comedy: The neurotic protagonist is stuck in his dead-end job which consists of picking up paperwork from the in-tray, stamping it and putting it in the out-tray. Understandable that he hates his job, his workplace, his co-workers and his boss. Dilbert and Brazil are just two of the obvious influences here. However, there is another level to the game... and for those patient enough to play it to the very end, yet another surprise is waiting.

Little Computer People

Activision 1985
Genre: Strategy
Rating: 5/6
Licence: Commercial
System: C64

In the mid-90s, Tamagotchis - little annoying egg-shaped beeping virtual 'pets' - were really popular for some time. Later, there was the immensily successful (deserved!) PC game The Sims which gave the concept of the virtual 'goldfish tank' more complexity. But two decades before, this idea had already been put into a game! Little Computer People - the first scientifical simulation of life (not counting Alter Ego)!

Little Nemo: The Dream Master

Capcom 1990
Genre: Action
Rating: 1/6
Licence: Commercial
System: NES

No, this isn’t based on the comic of the same name, but in the film. Still, this doesn’t matter much for a platformer like this one, which shyly attempts to get some new mechanics on the formula but in general is a typical one.

Little Samson

Taito 1992
Genre: Action
Rating: 3/6
Licence: Commercial
System: NES

What to do when the big evil wipes away all your armies? Call a bunch of heroes, of course. And fuse them on a magical item so they can travel faster or something. Ok, who cares? Don’t pay much attention to the plot, as this is just a Megaman clone.

Livingstone supongo

Opera Soft 1988
Genre: Action
Rating: 5/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

As one can suppose from the title (which means "Livingstone I presume"), you are exploring Africa in search of doctor Livingstone. A thing that consists in jumping through platforms, avoiding enemies and traps, and using your set of tools.

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