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Radix: Beyond the Void

Views: 3,6951995Shareware3D Shooting Epic Megagames
Radix is a spaceship 3D shooting game which is somewhat similar to Descent. It still owes a lot to Doom though, and the … VIEW
Tags: 3d  fps  shooter  space  flying

Ranadin

Views: 8341989SharewareRole Playing (RPG) Jeff Mather
Ranadin is simplistic RPG game, turn-based with an overhead perspective and CGA graphics. The main object of the game … VIEW
Tags: rpg  turnbased  fantasy  cga

Raptor: Call of the Shadows

I remember playing this for far too long. It's a fairly basic shooting game (gameplay-wise), however, it has nice … VIEW

Ravage

Views: 2,5651996SharewareSpace Shooting Alpha Helix Productions
Ravage is a game that is seemingly heavily influenced by Raptor and Tyrian which appeared in 1994 and 1995, … VIEW

Realms Of Chaos

Views: 3,3321995SharewareSidescrolling Apogee Software
Realms of Chaos is a mostly unknown sidescrolling game by Apogee which is similar to their other sidescrolling games … VIEW

Reaping the Dungeon

Views: 2,6661994SharewareRole Playing (RPG) Frontline Software
This is another Roguelike game, however, this game has a more futuristic theme. You're still exploring maze-like … VIEW

Rescue Rover

Views: 2,3141991SharewarePuzzle iD SoftwareSoftdisk Publishing
This interesting puzzle game was created by future members of id Software (John Carmack, Adrian Carmack, John Romero, … VIEW

Rings of the Magi

Views: 2,0331995SharewarePuzzle Cytherean AdventuresMVP Software
At first Rings of the Magi seems like just another puzzle game. But after playing it for awhile I think you'll agree … VIEW

Rise Of The Triad

Views: 5,8691994Shareware3D Shooting Apogee Software
A decent and relatively unknown FPS from Apogee. (Unknown compared to Wolf3D, DOOM, Duke, etc.) It's sort of in-between … VIEW
Tags: 3d  fps  shooter  scifi

Road Kill

Views: 1,9691993SharewareAction James Zeidel
Road Kill plays sorta like an early prototype for Grand Theft Auto. In the game you basically drive around in a car and … VIEW

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