Classic games

    The Lost Vikings

    • First released: 1992
    • Platforms: SNES, Genesis, GBA, PC, Amiga
    • Genre: Puzzle Platformer
    • Players: 1

    In The Lost Vikings, players must employ the skills of 3 unique Viking characters cooperatively to solve puzzles, conquer enemies, and navigate their treacherous voyage back home. The game provides hours of arcade-style action with over 35 levels, numerous enemies, and hundreds of mind-bending puzzles to solve.

    In order to advance through levels, players must learn to master the abilities of the powerful runner Erik the Swift, burly defender Olaf the Stout, and the unyielding swordsman Baleog the Fierce. As the adventure continues, players will encounter many different worlds to explore including Prehistoria, Egypt, The Great Factory and Wacky World.


    Rock 'N Roll Racing

    • First released: June 4, 1993
    • Platforms: SNES, Genesis, GBA
    • Genre: Combat Racing
    • Players: 1-2

    Featuring multiple racetracks and a classic soundtrack, Rock N' Roll Racing puts players behind the wheel for an over-the-top demolition-racing experience. In the game, drivers take their pick from a variety of cars, each equipped with a selection of weaponry designed to help them outmaneuver the competition.

    Taking advantage of the Game Boy Advance Game Link® cable, players can also go head-to-head against each other for fast-paced multiplayer action.


    Warcraft: Orcs & Humans

    • First released: November, 1994
    • Platforms: PC, Mac
    • Genre: Real-Time Strategy
    • Players: 1-2

    Warcraft: Orcs & Humans is the real-time fantasy strategy game from Blizzard Entertainment that quickly became a best seller. Warcraft has not only become a classic, winning many awards, but it has set new standards for multiplayer games. Set in the mythic kingdom of Azeroth, players are given the task of maintaining a thriving economy while building a war machine with which to destroy the enemy.

    By playing either the Humans or the Orcs in this saga, two separate story lines evolve with 12 scenarios per side telling the tale of the battle for Azeroth. From swords to sorcery, all the elements of classic fantasy are here to explore: rich forests, dark dungeons and bubbling swamps await the stalwart troops amassed to fight for dominance. Command many unique armies and creatures including Knights, Archers, Clerics, Warlocks, Daemons, Elementals, and the Dead.


    Blackthorne

    • First released: 1994
    • Platforms: SNES, PC, Sega 32X, Mac, GBA
    • Genre: Platformer
    • Players: 1

    In Blackthorne, players take on the role of Kyle Blackthorne, a lethal commando equipped with brute strength, animal cunning, and a mysterious past that he has just begun to remember.

    Thrown onto the futuristic planet of Tuul, Blackthorne must contend with a world overrun by mutant monsters and goblin hordes in a valiant attempt to liberate the Androthi people.


    Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness

    • First released: December 9, 1995
    • Platforms: PC, Mac
    • Genre: Real-Time Strategy
    • Players: 1-8

    Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness takes the continuing saga of Azeroth to the next level as the battle rages on over land, sea, and air. Using new weapons of war, including Dragons, Battleships, Elven Archers, Zepplins, Death Knights and Juggernauts, both Humans and Orcs must use combined-arms tactics in an effort to become the true rulers of Azeroth.

    With maps four times larger than the original Warcraft, up to eight player network support, SVGA graphics, an improved interface, and an included map, unit, and sound editor, Warcraft II has become a smash hit. It's sold over 1,000,000 copies worldwide, and has been translated into French, German, Italian, and Portuguese. Also available is the expansion set, Beyond the Dark Portal, which adds two new campaigns and even tougher missions.


    Diablo

    • First released: December 31, 1996
    • Platforms: PC, Mac
    • Genre: Action RPG
    • Players: 1-4

    An unknown force of evil has swept across the land, plunging it into civil war and terrorizing the populace. A mad king, his missing son, and a mysterious archbishop are all pieces to the puzzle that faces you. You have journeyed to the source of the evil. The town of Tristram, now inhabited by only a handful of survivors. The cathedral there is built over the ruins of an ancient monastery, and now eerie lights and sounds are heard echoing through its abandoned halls.