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Super Xonix

Views: 3,8781996FreewareAction Aaron Brand
This game is supposedly a version of the arcade classic "Xonix" ... however, you may know this game (as I do) by the … VIEW
Tags: action  qix

Superfly

Views: 3,3611994SharewareAction Arcanum Computing
The object of this unusual game is to keep swatting bugs (flies) until you can swat the "Super Fly" and move on to the … VIEW
Tags: action  bugs  insects

Stalactites

Views: 2,4351995SharewareAction PLBM Games
Stalactites is a fairly unique action game that is somewhat hard to describe. It plays like the type of game you might … VIEW

Squarex

Views: 3,1941996SharewareAction Soleau Software
If you've ever wanted to play a strange cross between Pac-Man and Qix, this is the game for you! :) This game involves … VIEW
Tags: action  pacman  qix  squares

Spryjinx

Views: 2,3391997FreewareAction Jason M. Heim
If you can remember playing QBert, and would like to experience a similar game, you may want to try SpryJinx. It's … VIEW

Spitwad Willy

Views: 3,3461993SharewareAction Raoul Said
Despite the opportunities presented to make fun of its name ... this game really is enjoyable. You play Willy, and you … VIEW

Smashing Pumpkins into Small Piles of Putrid Debris

Views: 3,9491996FreewareAction Jumal Software
Smashing Pumpkins into Small Piles of Putrid Debris has the distinction of sharing the title for longest/weirdest game … VIEW

Skyroads

Views: 6,1001993FreewareAction BlueMoon Interactive
Neat flying/driving/jumping/3D game. As you can tell, it's hard to describe. Basically it's a 3D 'racing' game, but … VIEW
Tags: action  racing  flying  jumping  3d

Ski King

Views: 3,2031996FreewareAction Axe Productions
Apparently based on an Atari 800 BASIC game, Ski King is a simple downward scrolling action game where your sole … VIEW
Tags: action  sports  skiing

Scubaman's Quest

Views: 3,4011994SharewareAction Alive Software
The scubaman's quest is apparently to collect treasure and avoid angry sharks and other angry sea creatures. You control … VIEW

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