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Captain Spleen

Views: 2,4221996SharewareAdventure Colin Gagnon
Captain Spleen is an adventure game, but a strange one. Rather than typing commands or clicking objects, you simple use … VIEW

Capture the Flag

Views: 6,9551996SharewareSimulation / Strategy Carr Software
This game was given several glowing reviews upon its initial release (1994/95) and its easy to see why. This shareware … VIEW

Catch if you Can

Views: 3,6551992SharewareSimulation / Strategy Colin Buckley
The game is sort of like a Pong type game mixed in with a baseball type theme. Sounds weird? Well, it is ... but it's … VIEW

Catch Simona in New York City

Views: 2,3881993SharewareEducational / Kids OctagonSoft Inc
Ever wanted to play a shameless shareware knockoff of Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? If so, you're a bit of a … VIEW

Cavequest

Views: 3,9051985SharewareRole Playing (RPG) Lightwave Consultants
Cavequest is a basic RPG game that features an evolved character creation process. Considering that the game was created … VIEW
Tags: rpg  cga  turnbased  maze

CD-Man

Views: 5,2121993SharewareClassic Creative Dimensions
One of the earliest (and most famous) attempts to modernize the classic Pacman game. As with most Pac-Man type games, … VIEW
Tags: classic  pacman

Champ Kong

Views: 6,5191996SharewareClassic CHAMProgramming
An excellent conversion of the old arcade classic. If you've never played the original, this was the introduction of … VIEW

Charlie the Duck

Views: 4,5991996SharewareSidescrolling Wiering Software
As soon as you run this game, you can tell it's going to be an experience that's higher quality than your average … VIEW

Charly the Clown

Views: 2,3241996SharewareSidescrolling White Magic
Charly the Clown is a simple platformer game where you play as the titular Charly, a clown who for whatever reason has … VIEW

Clyde's Adventure

Views: 2,8091994SharewareSidescrolling Moonlite Software
Clyde's Adventure is the first in the (short) series of Clyde games (followed by Clyde's Revenge). The game is quite … VIEW

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