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Daymare 1

Views: 1,2541992SharewareRole Playing (RPG) Jim Todd
Daymare I is a first-person perspective dungeon crawler, and the original game upon which its better known sequel … VIEW

Death by Dark Shadows

Views: 2,3731994SharewareSidescrolling SoftLab Laboratories
Clearly inspired and modeled after the Prince of Persia series of games, Death by Dark Shadows is a competent entry into … VIEW

Death Rally

Views: 4,0361996SharewareAction Apogee SoftwareGT Interactive
Top-down racing games are sort of a sub-genre of the larger racing genre, and Death Rally is a good example of how to do … VIEW

Deathball Incarnate

Views: 9631996SharewareSidescrolling Nathan Fouts
Deathball Incarnate is an interesting action / platforming / puzzle game where the object is to use your "deathball" to … VIEW

DEFCON 1

Views: 1,1611994SharewareClassic Jon Cortelyou
DEFCON 1 is a competent Missile Command clone. This one involves the "evil" Switzerland trying to take over the world. … VIEW

Denarius Avaricius Sextus

Views: 2,3441992SharewareAdventure Thorsoft of Letchworth
Denarius Avaricius Sextus is a relatively unknown graphic adventure game along the lines of King's Quest or Secret of … VIEW

Dentureman

Views: 2,0321997SharewareAction Nissen Ventures
DentureMan is a strange clone/reworking of the classic Pacman dot-eating game. The playing field scrolls as you … VIEW
Tags: pacman  clone  action

Depth Dwellers - The Quest

Views: 5,4991994Shareware3D Shooting TriSoft
Depth Dwellers is a relatively unknown early 3D shooting game that was probably the victim of bad timing: It was … VIEW
Tags: 3d  fps  shooter  aliens  fantasy

Desert Storm Command

Views: 2,3161994SharewareAction Pod BayMVP Software
Desert Storm Command is actually like two different games in one. Or maybe one game with two different modes. You are … VIEW

DiaMaze

Views: 1,8301990SharewarePuzzle Herringbone Software
DiaMaze is a simple but sublimely relaxing game where the goal is to collect as many diamonds in a mine before your lamp … VIEW

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