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Category description: Today more often referred to as a "platformer" or "platform game", Super Mario inspired countless other games where the primary mechanic involves running, jumping, and sometimes even flying around the levels. Commander Keen, the unofficial mascot of the site, was an early example on the PC.
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Lala Prologue

Views: 3,8712012FreewareSidescrolling Mojon Twins, The
Lala Prologue (on the title screen it looks like Lala the Magical Prologue) is a platforming game with smooth, … VIEW

Larax & Zaco

Views: 5,9991996FreewareSidescrolling Zanobi Software
One of the strangest games I've seen in awhile. This was created by an Italian developer, but English documentation and … VIEW

Last Knight at Camelot

Views: 3,9161996SharewareSidescrolling Adventure Learningware
This platforming game is marketed as a "wholesome, nonviolent fun for the entire family." King Arthur needs another … VIEW

Lion King, The

The Lion King represents one of the rare times that a movie-to-game conversion actually worked and granted us a pretty … VIEW

Lizard

If you enjoyed the old-school style platforming games of the NES, you'll likely enjoy Lizard, a new game that was … VIEW

Lost Clown, The

Views: 3,1691993SharewareSidescrolling Stephen Walther
The Lost Clown is what you might call a "strategic platformer." While it looks and generally plays like a typical action … VIEW

Lost Vikings, The

This demo version of the innovative Lost Vikings game gives you a taste of the fairly unique gameplay this game … VIEW

Magic Maycabs

Views: 3,0651994SharewareSidescrolling Dan Lester
Magic Maycabs is based on a BBC Micro game called "Magic Mushrooms", except here you drive a car. Sure, why not? The … VIEW

Magic Pockets

The Bitmap Brothers were well known for their distinctive artistic style, and it's on full display here in the … VIEW

MagiDuck

Views: 3,5772015FreewareSidescrolling Toni Svenström
MagiDuck is an interesting platforming game starring, yes, a magical duck. It uses a special tweaked CGA mode (40x25 … VIEW

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