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Dart 'm Up

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Dommelsch 1999
Genre: Sport, Simulation
Rating: 2/6
Licence: Freeware
System: PC

Every sport has been converted into a computer game already. Football, basketball, ice hockey and so on. Then there are some 'sports' which aren't really sports at all! Like for example motor racing, fishing, chess or...... darts. All these have one thing in common: no athletic ability is needed. So why call them sports then? Well, maybe so that the people doing it can proudly say I'm doing sports ;)


Das Boot

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Three Sixty 1990
Genre: Simulation
Rating: 2/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

Unlike the highly realistic 'Aces of the Deep' 'Das Boot' takes more emphasis on action elements then on tactical planning. This becomes obvious in several aspects which are discussed later. Graphics are quite ok for 1990 whereas the sound is minimalistic.


Das Erbe

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Comad / Umweltbundesamt 1991
Genre: Adventure
Rating: 1/6
Licence: Freeware
System: Amiga

My late uncle's inheritance consists of a lot of money. I will only receive it on one condition, though: First, I have to renovate his run-down house without any damage to the environment! Let's have a look at these ruins (?)… oh, boy, there is certainly some work to done. The front is crumbling and it needs a fresh coat of paint. Virtually the complete interior consists just of garbage. There is just one bright spot to be found: a photo of Lolita, my uncle's attactive adoptive daughter (who, by the way, receives the bulk of the overall inheritance) – including her phone number. Seems like now I have two goals…


Das schmutzige Erbe

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Umweltbundesamt 1993
Genre: Adventure
Rating: 2/6
Licence: Freeware
System: Amiga

The seminal classic of promotional/propaganda games is back! Das schmutzige Erbe picks up exactly where the first game left off. By renovating your uncle's house in the most environmentally-friendly way, you are now handed 5 million DM. But instead of enjoying your riches, you start to wonder about the key which you also receive. Unfortunately, the safe deposit box at the bank requires two keys. Not that you should care, but wow, mysterious, right? Also, your flame Lolita is a bit pissed, because you didn't phone sufficiently often. That that she should care, now that you're a millionaire, but this is not the real world, alright?


Das Schwarze Auge: Die Schicksalsklinge

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Attic 1992
Genre: RPG
Rating: 4/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

Das Schwarze Auge (The Dark Eye) is the most popular role playing game in Germany, and everybody even only remotely interested in this topic has heard of it. Controversial (sometimes even borderline funny) magic spells are guaranteed to break the ice and create an athmosphere. The detailed character system offers unequalled opportunities and the lovingly designed game world - the continent of Aventuria (called Arkania in this computer game) under the constant threat of the Orcs, the tough Thorwalians - a people reminding of the Vikings - everything required for a good old-fashioned role-playing game is there.


Das Stundenglas

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Weltenschmiede / Software 2000 1990
Genre: Adventure
Rating: 3/6
Licence: Commercial
System: Amiga

It was the year 1990 and a small development team called Weltenschmiede (World Smiths) aspired to become the German Magnetic Scrolls. Text adventures had never been a big number in the German speaking part of the world – but nevertheless, they wanted it to work with graphically illustrated ones now (better late than never?). Today, we know how successfully this went.


Das Telekommando kehrt zurück

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Telekom / Art Department 1993
Genre: Adventure
Rating: 3/6
Licence: Freeware
System: PC

And "Ron Sommer" said: "Let's pretend to be cool. It'll look as if we actually care for our customers and as if we were a young and modern company." And his disciples went into the wide world to spread his word. One came back with something he called a 'computer game'. And "Ron Sommer" saw it was good. Or at least he thought it was good...


Daughter of Serpents

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Millenium 1992
Genre: Adventure
Rating: 2/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

Egypt in 1920. A mysterious artifact found on the black market. Inside: a scroll containing a mysterious prophecy. The perfect prerequisites for the followup of the excellent Hound of Shadow? Yes. A worthy followup? No.


Dave Goes Nutz!

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Softdisk 1993
Genre: Action
Rating: 5/6
Licence: Shareware
System: PC

1993, in the same year, Softdisk released a sequel, which was called «Dave Goes Nutz!». Overall, the game was a head shorter than at least the previous part. The game takes place in the crazy hospital, where the main villain is a Doctor Nemesis; he did not want to accept defeat and again kidnapped the younger brother of Dave and hid him somewhere in the maze of the crazy hospital. Dave has no choice – it's his little brother, you need to save him!


Dawn Patrol

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Rowan Software / Empire 1994
Genre: Simulation
Rating: 3/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

It's 1916: a hundred years ago, the First World War had been raging for two years already, but it was only just beginning in the air. Before, whenever formally enemy pilots had met by chance, the worst thing that would happen was that they'd take out their pistols and shoot at one another before they went their own ways again – more often, they probably just waved. The introduction of mounted machine guns synchronised with the propeller changed all that; for the first time, it enabled actual dogfights between planes.



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