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Travel through time. Uncover the secrets of the Amazon rainforest. Talk to explorers, naturalists, scientists, and Inca kings who shaped its history.
Explore the rainforest. Discover the inhabitants of one of the world's rainforest regions. Vampire bats. Passion flowers. Poison dart frogs.
Solve a mystery. Save the Inca people from an exotic disease by finding the tropical cure. Then find the hidden Inca village.
Face danger at every turn. Hungry piranha. Wild animals. Greedy conquistadors. Headhunters. Danger may be waiting for you around any bend in the twisting Amazon River: Avoid whirlpools and logs in the river. And look out for dangers you can't see!
And much more. Experience the sights and sounds of the Amazon with graphics, original music, sensational sound effects, and more than 3 hours of digitized speech. Set sail for the interactive learning adventure of a lifetime!
Discover the history and ecology of the Amazon.
Encounter the natural resources found in the rainforest.
Uncover the secrets of South America and the ancient Incas.
Develop logic and build problem-solving skills.
Requirements - For Windows: 386, 486 or higher recommended, DOS 5.0 or later required, MS Windows 3.1, SVGA display, 4 MB RAM, Mouse, 2.5 MB hard disk space, Double-speed CD-ROM drive, Windows compatible sound card.
Requirements - For Macintosh: System 7.1 or later, 4 MB RAM, 13" or larger color display required, 2.5 hard disk space, Double-speed CD-ROM drive required.
Battle Beast Back to Boxed Page
The evil Toadman is breeding toads and setting them loose on the city. In an effort to control panic and smash the growing toad menace, the "General" created Battle Beasts, the ultimate in home protection, who morph into ferocious toad killers, programmed to destroy.
Kill deadly toads while fighting defective renegade Battle Beasts head-to-head to gain power and points. Learn strategies as you fight through nine scenarios of increasing difficulty on your way to meeting up with the evil Toadman in a rousing final battle to the death.
Spectacular gameplay that blows away Mortal Kombat Street Fighter and Primal Rage.
More than 100 deadly battle moves such as reverse sweeps, roundhouse kicks, quick blocks and more.
Upgrade armed weapons into flame thrower, pulverizing plasma, missiles, sonic waves and lasers.
Fight through nine war zones.
Uncover lethal secrets hidden in bonus and power-up rooms.
Fight against your computer or friends.
Fight in multiple areas of each battle zone and move freely in the Z-axis.
8,000 frames of movie-quality animation, mind blowing special effects and awesome audio.
Challenge an advanced computer brain that learns and reacts to your fighting style.
Requirements: Macintosh with a 33MHz 68LC040 or greater processor, including Power Macintosh, Apple System Software version 7.1 or greater, 12mB or more of RAM with 8.5 MB or more of application RAM, 256-color monitor, double-speed CD-ROM drive.
Caesar III Back to Boxed Page
From the makers of the award-winning Caesar II comes the ultimate city simulation, combining the strategy of building, maintaining and defending a thriving Roman city with the gameplay elements that make long-term playing fun. Far above and beyond the typical city simulation game, Caesar III offers multiple objectives in a richer, truer environment. Includes richer graphics, new terrain sets, more progressive career structures, an intuitive interface, one-level gameplay and visual feedback: the effects of the player's actions are immediately visible on-screen. Caesar III is sure to engross not only long-time Caesar fans, but those new to city building!
When you arrive at the province that your Emperor has assigned, you draw upon your knowledge (with a little help from your advisors) to create a safe, pleasant city that will attract immigrants. Rome's Senate gives you enough money to build the structures you'll need to feed, house, protect and employ these pioneers. As your city grows and evolves, citizens come to expect entertainment, health care, religion and other comforts and luxuries. While your people continually want more out of life, your starting money dwindles, and your city must start to pay its own way. Citizens build more lavish housing, improving your tax base, and valuable trade routes absorb the surplus from your city's industries.
Life is unpredictable, and various obstacles challenge your ability to meet everyone's wants and needs. Keep Caesar's expectations in mind, as well as those of your citizens. Your career as a governor depends on pleasing the Emperor, whose desires are quite clear. Caesar is a kind and wise ruler. He expects very little of you in your early assignments. When you meet the objectives he has defined for your province, Caesar will offer you promotion to a tougher, more important assignment. Ultimately, you could become Emperor of Rome.
Roman governors prefer not to embark on a full career, and Caesar graciously offers the Class of Caesar III the option to govern independently, without regard for the Emperor or his opinions, setting your own goals.
Whichever path you take, the
Roman Empire is expanding...
601 PowerPC at 100 MHz
OS 7.6.1 or higher
32 MB RAM
4x CD-ROM drive
150 MB hard disk space
SVGA monitor capable of 16-bit color
Curse of Dragor - NEW - Back to Boxed Page
CyberArcade - NEW - Back to Boxed Page
A CD-ROM collection of three great games.
CyberArcade II - NEW - Back to Boxed Page
A CD-ROM collection of three great games.
CyberArcade III - NEW - Back to Boxed Page
A CD-ROM collection of three great games.
Cyberwar - NEW - Back to Boxed Page
The once simple and good-natured Jobe, now a psychotic virtual Cybergod, still roams free within the confines of the VSI mainframe computer.
As Dr. Lawrence Angelo, your mission is to fight your way through the military defence network to locate and destroy the Omega Chip.
This chip lies at the very heart of Cyberjobe's Virtual City and gives him direct control over the Information Super-Highway. Without it, his plans for world domination through the power of information technology will be halted - for now!
(Stephen King's) F13 Back to Boxed Page
The master of horror goes interactive. F13 is presented in an imaginative and easy to use format. It is an interactive time-killer and exceptional desktop companion filled with bone-chilling realism and delivered in distinct 'Stephen King' style.
"Everything's Eventual" is a suspense filled, quick-read novella that offers a rare opportunity to own a title that has never been published in book form. It's presented with a full selection of illustrations and eerie audio files. A "Digital Bookmark" is included and allows you to keep your place in King's gripping tale.
Mini-Games require little practice and can be jumped into with relative ease. Through Mini-Games, computer users everywhere can enjoy a quick and entertaining interactive experience:
Bug Splat: Roaches hatch, multiply and scurry across your computer screen. Grab a fly swatter, and squash them into a disgusting gooey splat.
No Swimming: Not just your usual cyber-fishies! Your tank's infested with ravenous Piranha! Fortunately, you've got a variety of "livestock" to serve up to these swimming meat processors.
Whack-A-Zombie: Zombies are climbing out of their graves, in search of human flesh. It's up to you to keep them in check. Grab your shovel and whack 'em back into the afterlife.
Murder and Mayhem: A homicidal maniac makes his mark on a charming Victorian home and keeps the funeral parlor and moving company buzzing with business.
Frightware Trivia: You think you know all there is to know about Stephen King? Brush up on your "King" lore with Frightware Trivia.
Evil Genius At Work: A lively caricature of Stephen King types away at the corner of your monitor, generating a real-time story with atmospheric sound effects.
Stephen King, The Works: A selection of Stephen King's published titles and summaries spontaneously appear in abstract format, reminding you of each haunting tale.
It's Just Lightning: The creepy clown sitting dormant among the cobwebs seems to move with every flash of lightning.
Creature Under My Bed: A calm image of someone in a deep slumber under the blankets changes to a nightmare as mischievous happenings fill the room.
Terror Eyes: Multiple sets of eyes lurk on a flesh colored background watching your every move.
Macintosh: Mac O/S System 7.5 or better, PowerPC 80MHz (PowerPC 603 recommended), 32MB RAM (64MB recommended), 50MB free hard disk space (300MB for full install), thousands of colors, 4x CD-ROM for better.
The Dig Back to Boxed Games Page
by Sean Clark in Collaboration with Filmmaker Steven Spielberg
You've saved the Earth from total destruction, now, can you save yourself? A hostile world... full of foreboding... uncertainty... and hope.
An asteroid the size of a small moon is on a crash course toward Earth, and only NASA veteran Boston Low has the expertise to stop it. Along for the ride are award-winning journalist Maggie Robbins and internationally renowned geologist Ludger Brink.
Once the wayward asteroid is nuked into a safe orbit, the trio conducts a routine examination of the rocky surface.
What they uncover is anything but routine.
Low, Brink and Robbins unwittingly trigger a mechanism that transforms the asteroid into a crystal-like spacecraft. The team is hurtled across the galaxy to a planet so desolate, Brink is moved to name it Cocytus, after the 9th circle of Hell in Dante's Inferno. The bleak landscape was obviously once home to a highly evolved civilization, with remnants of sophisticated architecture, advanced technology and an intricate network of underground tunnels. But no Cocytans.
Who were the original inhabitants of this once rich empire-turned-wasteland? What are those apparitions that mysteriously appear from time to time? Why have Low, Robbins and Brink been brought to this place? And how can Low keep his team from unraveling in the face of such uncertainty? To return to Earth, they must dig for answers, both on the planet's surface and deep within themselves.
From the combined talents of LucasArts and legendary filmmaker Steven Spielberg comes an epic adventure that plunges headlong into the very core of the unknown. And takes you with it.
Nearly 200 locations and hundreds of puzzles.
Robert Patrick of T2 as the voice of Boston Low.
Special effects contributed by Industrial Light & Magic.
Dialogue contributed by award-winning sci-fi writer Orson Scott Card.
Alluring Wagnerian musical score sets the epic tone.
Full voice and sound.
Full Throttle Back to Boxed Page
A heavy metal adventure by Tim Schafer.
One minute you're on the road, riding. Not a care in the world. Then some guy in a suit comes along, says he's got a deal for you and your gang. But when you come to, you've got a lump on your head, the law on you back, and a feeling in your gut that the road you're on is about to get a lot rougher...
Beat up. Busted. Mad. Ben's been double-crossed before. But this time they messed with his gang, they trashed his bike, and they're about to come back for more.
Chain saws. Tire irons. Semi trucks. Everything's coming after Ben at once. Trouble's riding his back so tight it makes the leather squeak. He's got to out-fight it, out-smart it, and out-run it if he wants to survive.
Suits. Cops. Minivans. The society that cast him out long ago wants him back -- Dead or Alive. A faceless legal system wants Ben for murder. A greedy executive wants him for money. A mysterious woman wants him for revenge.
What they're all gonna get is up to you.
Blow your mind with butt-kicking graphics, brutal puzzles, and a head-on collision of action and adventure!
Blow your speakers with movie-quality sound and a full digital score featuring the Gone Jackals - an authentic hard-hammerin' biker band!
Blow your money on another game, or kick-start your computer and go -- FULL THROTTLE!
Giants: Citizen Kabuto - *NEW* - Back to Boxed Page
Before there was Man; before there was Earth; before there was PLANET MOON; there was the Island: a massive fragment of shattered planet hurtling through space. This was not just a dead piece of rock, even from a distance its radiant colors and surrounding waterfalls distinguish it as an anomaly amidst the dark void of space. Around it, decayed and splintered asteroids linger, like watchful ghosts, jealous of a true beauty they will never have.
Upon the surface of this paradise wanders the giant, Kabuto. He knows that this is his home, but he does not feel that he belongs. From whence he came, he does not know, only the serial number "001" imprinted on his stomach offers any clue. The only one of his kind, Kabuto sits alone and longs for company. Ever creature he has encountered was ... different. Whether they came from the skies or from the seas, they tried to destroy him. Now, Kabuto trusts no one, and guards the only thing that he loves - the Island, his home.
In the surrounding seas there are a band of survivors called the Sea Reapers. These women once ruled the island with strong will and harsh law. In their pride, they created Kabuto, as a defense against intruders. But Kabuto became conscious of himself, his loneliness, his pain - and he went berserk. The Sea Reapers' creation turned on them, decimating their numbers and driving them into the seas. In time, a wicked new leader arose to lead the survivors: Sappho, the Sea Reaper Queen. Delphi, her daughter, is the youngest and most innocent of the group. She doesn't always agree with the other Reapers' evil practices, but isn't aware of any alternative.. if only she could speak with someone from the universe outside of the the Island...
Perhaps five cockeny space aliens on holiday aren't the outsiders Delphi had in mind, but what can you do, eh? Baz, Tel, Reg, Gordon, and Bennett (otherwise known as the Meccs) leave their home planet for their annual "lads holiday" at the one and only Planet Majorca. Almost immediately, they are attacked and swallowed by the notorious Giant "Gibbon" Fish. Having given up their holiday for the ignominious distinction of been digested for two months, this five-some is finally "discharged" in their battered ship within limping reach of the Island, where they stop for repairs. Traveling in packs using military formations they possess enough technological might to devastate this New World. However, for the time being they need to live on it, so just clearing out the current residents will do.
Experience intense strategic action while battling as the Meccaryns, the Sea Reapers or Kabuto: this island isn't big enough for the three of them!
SimCity Classic (Floppy) Back to Boxed Page
SimCity 2000 Special Edition Back to Boxed Games Page
|SimCity 2000 Special Edition|
|(Mac) (Retail) (SIMC2CDCPR)|
Here they are: SimCity 2000, the SimCity 2000 Urban Renewal Kit, SimCity 2000 Scenarios Volume 1: Great Disasters and a bunch of bonus cities and scenarios - all on one CD. Now you can design, build and customize any city you can imagine, and SimCity 2000 will bring it - and its resident Sims - to live. If this game were any more realistic, it'd be illegal to turn it off.
New features included only in the SimCity 2000 Special Edition:
Choose from over 100 brand-new buildings from the 1900's to the space age and beyond.
View the exclusive interview with Will Wright to learn how SimCity 2000 was created.
SimCity 2000: It has all the features, flexibility, art, animation and power you need to build the city of your dreams.
Urban Renewal Kit: Customize existing SimCity 2000 buildings or design your own graphics sets from scratch. Special tools make it easy to keep SimCity 2000's perspective and to create color-cycling animation effects.
Scenarios Volume 1: Save Portland from Mount St. Melon's overflowing emotions - then take on the other scenario challenges.
Wrestle with disaster scenarios, ranging from a UFO invasion in Atlanta to a nuclear meltdown in midtown Manhattan.
Use the Urban Renewal Kit tools to design your own buildings and print out your cityscapes in color or black & white.
Mix and match different buildings into an unlimited number of graphics sets.
Explore the underground layer in SimCity 2000 and build subways and utilities without compromising your aesthetics.
Import saved cities from SimCity Classic.
Choose from a selection of bonus cities and scenarios to rule or ruin as you please.
Requirements: Mac - Macintosh System 7 or higher with a 68040 or above