Disney’s Aladdin is a 1993 video game developed by Capcom for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). Based on the film of the same name, Disney’s Aladdin is a 2D side-scrolling video game in which the player characters are Aladdin and his monkey Abu. The game was released in November 1993, the same month that another game with the same title was released by Virgin Games for Sega Genesis. The two games vary in several respects, including the fact that Aladdin carries a sword in the Virgin game but does not in the Capcom game, a fact that Shinji Mikami, the Capcom game’s designer, said made the Virgin game better. The Capcom game was ported to Game Boy Advance (GBA) on March 19, 2004.€29,00€29,00
The game is a side-scrolling adventure game where you control the famous Warner Brothers cartoon character Bugs Bunny on a quest to get to his 50th birthday party. He is armed with a mallet that he can swing at various enemies to defeat them, deflect certain projectiles or destroy bricks. He can also collect hearts to restore his health and carrots for bonus points. At the end of each level, Bugs Bunny had to use his mallet to defeat a Warner Brothers cartoon character such as Foghorn Leghorn, Sylvester, or the Tasmanian Devil. These other Looney Tunes characters are trying to stop Bugs because they are all jealous that Bugs gets all the attention.
1: Grass land (Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, Daffy, Wile E. Coyote)
2: Desert (Daffy, Tweety, Yosemite Sam) (Level 2-3 has no boss)
3: Evening Canyon (Daffy, Elmer Fudd, Daffy, Sylvester Cat)
4: Night Caves (Daffy, Tweety, Daffy, Pepe le Pew)
5: Jungle (Daffy, Elmer Fudd, Daffy, Foghorn Leghorn)
6: Temple (Daffy, Elmer Fudd, Daffy, Tazmanian Devil)€14,95€14,95
To the kids at school, you’re 8-year-old Billy Blaze. To alien enemies in the galaxy you’re superhero Commander Keen and it’s up to you to save the Earth from destruction. As you put on your brother’s football helmet you’ll blast away on your Megarocket to space-worlds far away from home. Your mission: Face off against intergalactic creatures, recover the lost plasma crystals and save humanity — it’s all in a days work. Created by the game masterminds at id SoftwareTM, Commander Keen in the ultimate outer space blast-a-thon!€7,50
This action-adventure title is presented in a third person, pseudo-3D manner, meaning all the game-models are rendered in full 3D, but the world the player travels around in is pre-rendered. When played, the Nintendo DS is held sideways, as in Hotel Dusk: Room 215 and Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day!. The left screen shows the area map, while the right displays the main gameplay, when set for right-handed play, and reverse when set for left-handed play.
Set six months after Ninja Gaiden, Ryu Hayabusa has rebuilt the Hayabusa Village. When fellow villager and kunoichi, Momiji, is kidnapped by the Black Spider Ninja Clan, he is forced to find her, while uncovering the secrets behind the mysterious Dark Dragonstones and their relation to the Dragon Lineage€14,95€14,95
Dragon’s Lair II: Time Warp, the followup to Don Bluth’s arcade classic Dragon’s Lair, can now be enjoyed on your PC. This fully arcade authentic version includes all of the original scenes you’ve come to enjoy, and even the unreleased Director’s Cut ending not seen in the arcades. Other bonuses include a full watch feature to sit back and enjoy Don Bluth’s stunning animation.
Princess Daphne has been spirited away to a wrinkle in time by the Evil Wizard Mordroc who plans to force her into marriage. Only you, Dirk the Daring, can save her.
Transported by a bumbling old time machine, you begin the rescue mission. But you must hurry, for once the Casket of Doom has opened, Mordroc will place the Death Ring upon Daphne’s finger in marriage and she will be lost forever in the Time Warp!€14,95€14,95
Dune is a 1992 video game, based upon Frank Herbert’s science fiction novel of the same name. Developed by Cryo Interactive, is the first of the Dune computer games. Dune blended adventure with economic and military strategy, and is considered by many the most immersive Dune computer game. Loosely following the story of the novel, the game casts the player as Paul Atreides, with the ultimate goal of driving the Harkonnen from Planet Dune, while managing spice extraction, military, and later, ecology through the native Fremen tribes.
As the player progresses, his troops are equipped with weapons from “crysknives” to atomics, tap into Paul’s latent psychic powers, and get acquainted with such characters from the book as Chani and Liet-Kynes.€29,00€29,00
It’s just a kidnapping. Of an entire day. By an alien UFO! Will Fester sit still for this? The quest begins. For starters, take on slime replicators, skeeters, globules and giant scorpions. Your health is at stake, not to mention your life! Will you whip the Alien Bosses or will they whip you? Lucky for you, this is a family affair. And what a family! Find your way to Thing and help is right at hand. In trouble? Just ring for Lurch. He’ll give those aliens trouble with a capital “L”. The fate of the whole city is in your hands, and we’ve saved the worst for last!€14,95€14,95
In the year 10191, the Houses Atreides and Harkonnen are fighting a bloody battle for control of the sand planet Arrakis (Dune). It’s only resource: Spice, giving those who possess it a very long life and greater powers. Two Atreides will survive the all-out massacre organised by Baron Harkonnen with the help of the Emperor: Jessica, the Duke’s concubine and Paul, his son and heir to the throne. Dreamcatcher Games is putting you into the world of Frank Herbert’s Dune.