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Supersonic Software Ltd.

Supersonic Software Ltd.

American Turbo-King

Amstrad CPC — Released — 1989

The object of the game is to drive your turbocharged, armour plated supercar across America. There are 5 stages to your journey: CALIFORNIA BEACH RACE, ROCKY MOUNTAIN PASS, GRAND CANYON JUMP, GREAT LAKES STAGE, NEW YORK CITY IN SIGHT. Steer through rough terrain and drive over ramps to jump over rocks and other obstacles but you must avoid driving through water as your car will become waterlogged and unable to continue. During the game hostile cars, helicopters and planes will try to bomb you so use your lightgun, or press FIRE, to shoot them. You have 3 lives for each of the five stages.

Antz Extreme Racing

Sony Playstation 2 — September 19, 2002

0.5 MPH is extremely fast-when your vehicle is only big enough to carry an ant! Jockey for first place with your favorite character from the hit motion picture Antz™, using vehicles that aren’t your typical garden variety. Surf using a leaf, race on a fuse with wheels, even hop on a wasp for the antenna-raising thrill ride of your life! You may feel tiny, but practice will make you a giant among racers!

BMX Freestyle

Sinclair ZX Spectrum — Released — 1989

BMX Freestyle is a multi-event game where you and another player attempt six freestyle events on a BMX bike. Each event has a qualifying standard and must be completed before moving onto the next event. If all events have been completed then you repeat them with a higher qualifying standard. The joystick or keyboard is used to control your BMX. The events are: Wheelies Trial: You must pull a wheelie and keep the wheel up for over 45 metres by holding right to lift the wheel and let it go to lower it. If two players are playing then the screen is split into two with both players attempting.

Italian Supercar

Sinclair ZX Spectrum — Released — 1990

Italian Supercar is a sequel to the game Super Stuntman and features similar gameplay with the player having to drive a sports car through different film scenes. The car is seen from a top down perspective which scrolls vertically and the objective is simply to reach the far end of the course. It is necessary to avoid land mines that explode under the car and enemy cars that will attack in different ways in each level. The car has however a gun mounted which can be used to shoot down the enemies. Rocks, trees and buildings can be bumped into without damage while driving through water slows the.

Micro Machines 2: Turbo Tournament

MS-DOS — Released — 1995

The second game of the Micro Machines series. Like in its predecessor, you behind the steering wheel of an extremely small car. You race around on interesting places, like a table, a treehouse and many more. The control of the cars is sometimes quite difficult, especially if you don’t know the tracks (the top-down view is not very clear). The CD-ROM version additionally features CD-Audio music and a track editor while the Mega Drive version features a special cartridge that allows players to connect two additional controllers to the console for four player games.

Micro Machines V4

Sony Playstation 2 — Released — June 26, 2006

After over 9 years of waiting, Micro Machines V4 is the first true new game in the Micro Machines series and the direct successor to Micro Machines V3. Just like in Mad Tracks you drive little toy cars through 50 miniature-size all-day environments like over a pool table or through the eaves gutters of a house. On the tracks you can find weapons (e.g. a flamethrower, a monster-hammer or rockets) and power-ups that help you win the race. If you win a race you’ll get money which you need to unlock new tracks and cars. In multiplayer mode up to 4 players can race against each other either.

Moto X

Commodore 64 — Released — 1989

Riding a dirt bike you must complete the stages within a time limit. There are 5 skills sections on tough mountain terrain, and 4 relatively smooth time trials. Hazards such as sand dunes, logs, rocks and gullies are out to stop you. You’ll have to wheelie to clear the rocks and before hitting jumps, angling the bike so as to aim for the same slope as the land, and make sure to land on the back wheel to avoid falling. Any infraction loses you one of your bikes — you start with 3 but get a new one after successfully completing a stage.

Moto X Simulator

Sinclair ZX Spectrum — Released — 1989

Riding a dirt bike you must complete the stages within a time limit. There are 5 skills sections on tough mountain terrain, and 4 relatively smooth time trials. Hazards such as sand dunes, logs, rocks and gullies are out to stop you. You’ll have to wheelie to clear the rocks and before hitting jumps, angling the bike so as to aim for the same slope as the land, and make sure to land on the back wheel to avoid falling. Any infraction loses you one of your bikes — you start with 3 but get a new one after successfully completing a stage.

Pong: The Next Level

Windows — Released — October 31, 1999

The classic videogame PONG is getting a 32-bit update. Players control a long, flat rectangular rod and maneuver it up and down the screen to defend their goal. The opponent is trying to direct the ball past you and into your goal the player who reaches the level’s preset point total first wins the match. There are six zones filled with all kinds of PONG challenges, each with three distinct and increasingly difficult variations on that level. Most one-on-one games also include power-ups that you can collect, which will benefit you in some fashion against your opponent.

Pong: The Next Level

Sony Playstation — Released — October 19, 1999

The classic videogame PONG is getting a 32-bit update. Players control a long, flat rectangular rod and maneuver it up and down the screen to defend their goal. The opponent is trying to direct the ball past you and into your goal the player who reaches the level’s preset point total first wins the match. There are six zones filled with all kinds of PONG challenges, each with three distinct and increasingly difficult variations on that level. Most one-on-one games also include power-ups that you can collect, which will benefit you in some fashion against your opponent.

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Super G-Man

Sinclair ZX Spectrum — Released — 1987

Running into rock-faces will pierce your suit, leading to quick suffocation in the emptiness of space. An even messier demise awaits those who touch the land-mines that are a remnant of the great lunar war. FUEL dumps and AMMO are occasionally found on the lunar surface — TELEPORT CHAMBERS can be a risky short cut. There are many evil aliens — most can be blasted with your laser but some, including the huge Blowerfish and the grotesque green hollow worm will be much more formidable opponents.

Supersonic Software Ltd.

American Turbo-King

Amstrad CPC — Released — 1989

The object of the game is to drive your turbocharged, armour plated supercar across America. There are 5 stages to your journey: CALIFORNIA BEACH RACE, ROCKY MOUNTAIN PASS, GRAND CANYON JUMP, GREAT LAKES STAGE, NEW YORK CITY IN SIGHT. Steer through rough terrain and drive over ramps to jump over rocks and other obstacles but you must avoid driving through water as your car will become waterlogged and unable to continue. During the game hostile cars, helicopters and planes will try to bomb you so use your lightgun, or press FIRE, to shoot them. You have 3 lives for each of the five stages.

Antz Extreme Racing

Sony Playstation 2 — September 19, 2002

0.5 MPH is extremely fast-when your vehicle is only big enough to carry an ant! Jockey for first place with your favorite character from the hit motion picture Antz™, using vehicles that aren’t your typical garden variety. Surf using a leaf, race on a fuse with wheels, even hop on a wasp for the antenna-raising thrill ride of your life! You may feel tiny, but practice will make you a giant among racers!

BMX Freestyle

Sinclair ZX Spectrum — Released — 1989

BMX Freestyle is a multi-event game where you and another player attempt six freestyle events on a BMX bike. Each event has a qualifying standard and must be completed before moving onto the next event. If all events have been completed then you repeat them with a higher qualifying standard. The joystick or keyboard is used to control your BMX. The events are: Wheelies Trial: You must pull a wheelie and keep the wheel up for over 45 metres by holding right to lift the wheel and let it go to lower it. If two players are playing then the screen is split into two with both players attempting.

Italian Supercar

Sinclair ZX Spectrum — Released — 1990

Italian Supercar is a sequel to the game Super Stuntman and features similar gameplay with the player having to drive a sports car through different film scenes. The car is seen from a top down perspective which scrolls vertically and the objective is simply to reach the far end of the course. It is necessary to avoid land mines that explode under the car and enemy cars that will attack in different ways in each level. The car has however a gun mounted which can be used to shoot down the enemies. Rocks, trees and buildings can be bumped into without damage while driving through water slows the.

Micro Machines 2: Turbo Tournament

MS-DOS — Released — 1995

The second game of the Micro Machines series. Like in its predecessor, you behind the steering wheel of an extremely small car. You race around on interesting places, like a table, a treehouse and many more. The control of the cars is sometimes quite difficult, especially if you don’t know the tracks (the top-down view is not very clear). The CD-ROM version additionally features CD-Audio music and a track editor while the Mega Drive version features a special cartridge that allows players to connect two additional controllers to the console for four player games.

Micro Machines V4

Sony Playstation 2 — Released — June 26, 2006

After over 9 years of waiting, Micro Machines V4 is the first true new game in the Micro Machines series and the direct successor to Micro Machines V3. Just like in Mad Tracks you drive little toy cars through 50 miniature-size all-day environments like over a pool table or through the eaves gutters of a house. On the tracks you can find weapons (e.g. a flamethrower, a monster-hammer or rockets) and power-ups that help you win the race. If you win a race you’ll get money which you need to unlock new tracks and cars. In multiplayer mode up to 4 players can race against each other either.

Moto X

Commodore 64 — Released — 1989

Riding a dirt bike you must complete the stages within a time limit. There are 5 skills sections on tough mountain terrain, and 4 relatively smooth time trials. Hazards such as sand dunes, logs, rocks and gullies are out to stop you. You’ll have to wheelie to clear the rocks and before hitting jumps, angling the bike so as to aim for the same slope as the land, and make sure to land on the back wheel to avoid falling. Any infraction loses you one of your bikes — you start with 3 but get a new one after successfully completing a stage.

Moto X Simulator

Sinclair ZX Spectrum — Released — 1989

Riding a dirt bike you must complete the stages within a time limit. There are 5 skills sections on tough mountain terrain, and 4 relatively smooth time trials. Hazards such as sand dunes, logs, rocks and gullies are out to stop you. You’ll have to wheelie to clear the rocks and before hitting jumps, angling the bike so as to aim for the same slope as the land, and make sure to land on the back wheel to avoid falling. Any infraction loses you one of your bikes — you start with 3 but get a new one after successfully completing a stage.

Pong: The Next Level

Windows — Released — October 31, 1999

The classic videogame PONG is getting a 32-bit update. Players control a long, flat rectangular rod and maneuver it up and down the screen to defend their goal. The opponent is trying to direct the ball past you and into your goal the player who reaches the level’s preset point total first wins the match. There are six zones filled with all kinds of PONG challenges, each with three distinct and increasingly difficult variations on that level. Most one-on-one games also include power-ups that you can collect, which will benefit you in some fashion against your opponent.

Pong: The Next Level

Sony Playstation — Released — October 19, 1999

The classic videogame PONG is getting a 32-bit update. Players control a long, flat rectangular rod and maneuver it up and down the screen to defend their goal. The opponent is trying to direct the ball past you and into your goal the player who reaches the level’s preset point total first wins the match. There are six zones filled with all kinds of PONG challenges, each with three distinct and increasingly difficult variations on that level. Most one-on-one games also include power-ups that you can collect, which will benefit you in some fashion against your opponent.

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Super G-Man

Sinclair ZX Spectrum — Released — 1987

Running into rock-faces will pierce your suit, leading to quick suffocation in the emptiness of space. An even messier demise awaits those who touch the land-mines that are a remnant of the great lunar war. FUEL dumps and AMMO are occasionally found on the lunar surface — TELEPORT CHAMBERS can be a risky short cut. There are many evil aliens — most can be blasted with your laser but some, including the huge Blowerfish and the grotesque green hollow worm will be much more formidable opponents.

Supersonic Software Ltd.

American Turbo-King

Amstrad CPC — Released — 1989

The object of the game is to drive your turbocharged, armour plated supercar across America. There are 5 stages to your journey: CALIFORNIA BEACH RACE, ROCKY MOUNTAIN PASS, GRAND CANYON JUMP, GREAT LAKES STAGE, NEW YORK CITY IN SIGHT. Steer through rough terrain and drive over ramps to jump over rocks and other obstacles but you must avoid driving through water as your car will become waterlogged and unable to continue. During the game hostile cars, helicopters and planes will try to bomb you so use your lightgun, or press FIRE, to shoot them. You have 3 lives for each of the five stages.

Antz Extreme Racing

Sony Playstation 2 — September 19, 2002

0.5 MPH is extremely fast-when your vehicle is only big enough to carry an ant! Jockey for first place with your favorite character from the hit motion picture Antz™, using vehicles that aren’t your typical garden variety. Surf using a leaf, race on a fuse with wheels, even hop on a wasp for the antenna-raising thrill ride of your life! You may feel tiny, but practice will make you a giant among racers!

BMX Freestyle

Sinclair ZX Spectrum — Released — 1989

BMX Freestyle is a multi-event game where you and another player attempt six freestyle events on a BMX bike. Each event has a qualifying standard and must be completed before moving onto the next event. If all events have been completed then you repeat them with a higher qualifying standard. The joystick or keyboard is used to control your BMX. The events are: Wheelies Trial: You must pull a wheelie and keep the wheel up for over 45 metres by holding right to lift the wheel and let it go to lower it. If two players are playing then the screen is split into two with both players attempting.

Italian Supercar

Sinclair ZX Spectrum — Released — 1990

Italian Supercar is a sequel to the game Super Stuntman and features similar gameplay with the player having to drive a sports car through different film scenes. The car is seen from a top down perspective which scrolls vertically and the objective is simply to reach the far end of the course. It is necessary to avoid land mines that explode under the car and enemy cars that will attack in different ways in each level. The car has however a gun mounted which can be used to shoot down the enemies. Rocks, trees and buildings can be bumped into without damage while driving through water slows the.

Micro Machines 2: Turbo Tournament

MS-DOS — Released — 1995

The second game of the Micro Machines series. Like in its predecessor, you behind the steering wheel of an extremely small car. You race around on interesting places, like a table, a treehouse and many more. The control of the cars is sometimes quite difficult, especially if you don’t know the tracks (the top-down view is not very clear). The CD-ROM version additionally features CD-Audio music and a track editor while the Mega Drive version features a special cartridge that allows players to connect two additional controllers to the console for four player games.

Micro Machines V4

Sony Playstation 2 — Released — June 26, 2006

After over 9 years of waiting, Micro Machines V4 is the first true new game in the Micro Machines series and the direct successor to Micro Machines V3. Just like in Mad Tracks you drive little toy cars through 50 miniature-size all-day environments like over a pool table or through the eaves gutters of a house. On the tracks you can find weapons (e.g. a flamethrower, a monster-hammer or rockets) and power-ups that help you win the race. If you win a race you’ll get money which you need to unlock new tracks and cars. In multiplayer mode up to 4 players can race against each other either.

Moto X

Commodore 64 — Released — 1989

Riding a dirt bike you must complete the stages within a time limit. There are 5 skills sections on tough mountain terrain, and 4 relatively smooth time trials. Hazards such as sand dunes, logs, rocks and gullies are out to stop you. You’ll have to wheelie to clear the rocks and before hitting jumps, angling the bike so as to aim for the same slope as the land, and make sure to land on the back wheel to avoid falling. Any infraction loses you one of your bikes — you start with 3 but get a new one after successfully completing a stage.

Moto X Simulator

Sinclair ZX Spectrum — Released — 1989

Riding a dirt bike you must complete the stages within a time limit. There are 5 skills sections on tough mountain terrain, and 4 relatively smooth time trials. Hazards such as sand dunes, logs, rocks and gullies are out to stop you. You’ll have to wheelie to clear the rocks and before hitting jumps, angling the bike so as to aim for the same slope as the land, and make sure to land on the back wheel to avoid falling. Any infraction loses you one of your bikes — you start with 3 but get a new one after successfully completing a stage.

Pong: The Next Level

Windows — Released — October 31, 1999

The classic videogame PONG is getting a 32-bit update. Players control a long, flat rectangular rod and maneuver it up and down the screen to defend their goal. The opponent is trying to direct the ball past you and into your goal the player who reaches the level’s preset point total first wins the match. There are six zones filled with all kinds of PONG challenges, each with three distinct and increasingly difficult variations on that level. Most one-on-one games also include power-ups that you can collect, which will benefit you in some fashion against your opponent.

Pong: The Next Level

Sony Playstation — Released — October 19, 1999

The classic videogame PONG is getting a 32-bit update. Players control a long, flat rectangular rod and maneuver it up and down the screen to defend their goal. The opponent is trying to direct the ball past you and into your goal the player who reaches the level’s preset point total first wins the match. There are six zones filled with all kinds of PONG challenges, each with three distinct and increasingly difficult variations on that level. Most one-on-one games also include power-ups that you can collect, which will benefit you in some fashion against your opponent.

Super G-Man

Sinclair ZX Spectrum — Released — 1987

Running into rock-faces will pierce your suit, leading to quick suffocation in the emptiness of space. An even messier demise awaits those who touch the land-mines that are a remnant of the great lunar war. FUEL dumps and AMMO are occasionally found on the lunar surface — TELEPORT CHAMBERS can be a risky short cut. There are many evil aliens — most can be blasted with your laser but some, including the huge Blowerfish and the grotesque green hollow worm will be much more formidable opponents.

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Supersonic Software Ltd.

American Turbo-King

Amstrad CPC — Released — 1989

The object of the game is to drive your turbocharged, armour plated supercar across America. There are 5 stages to your journey: CALIFORNIA BEACH RACE, ROCKY MOUNTAIN PASS, GRAND CANYON JUMP, GREAT LAKES STAGE, NEW YORK CITY IN SIGHT. Steer through rough terrain and drive over ramps to jump over rocks and other obstacles but you must avoid driving through water as your car will become waterlogged and unable to continue. During the game hostile cars, helicopters and planes will try to bomb you so use your lightgun, or press FIRE, to shoot them. You have 3 lives for each of the five stages.

Antz Extreme Racing

Sony Playstation 2 — September 19, 2002

0.5 MPH is extremely fast-when your vehicle is only big enough to carry an ant! Jockey for first place with your favorite character from the hit motion picture Antz™, using vehicles that aren’t your typical garden variety. Surf using a leaf, race on a fuse with wheels, even hop on a wasp for the antenna-raising thrill ride of your life! You may feel tiny, but practice will make you a giant among racers!

BMX Freestyle

Sinclair ZX Spectrum — Released — 1989

BMX Freestyle is a multi-event game where you and another player attempt six freestyle events on a BMX bike. Each event has a qualifying standard and must be completed before moving onto the next event. If all events have been completed then you repeat them with a higher qualifying standard. The joystick or keyboard is used to control your BMX. The events are: Wheelies Trial: You must pull a wheelie and keep the wheel up for over 45 metres by holding right to lift the wheel and let it go to lower it. If two players are playing then the screen is split into two with both players attempting.

Italian Supercar

Sinclair ZX Spectrum — Released — 1990

Italian Supercar is a sequel to the game Super Stuntman and features similar gameplay with the player having to drive a sports car through different film scenes. The car is seen from a top down perspective which scrolls vertically and the objective is simply to reach the far end of the course. It is necessary to avoid land mines that explode under the car and enemy cars that will attack in different ways in each level. The car has however a gun mounted which can be used to shoot down the enemies. Rocks, trees and buildings can be bumped into without damage while driving through water slows the.

Micro Machines 2: Turbo Tournament

MS-DOS — Released — 1995

The second game of the Micro Machines series. Like in its predecessor, you behind the steering wheel of an extremely small car. You race around on interesting places, like a table, a treehouse and many more. The control of the cars is sometimes quite difficult, especially if you don’t know the tracks (the top-down view is not very clear). The CD-ROM version additionally features CD-Audio music and a track editor while the Mega Drive version features a special cartridge that allows players to connect two additional controllers to the console for four player games.

Micro Machines V4

Sony Playstation 2 — Released — June 26, 2006

After over 9 years of waiting, Micro Machines V4 is the first true new game in the Micro Machines series and the direct successor to Micro Machines V3. Just like in Mad Tracks you drive little toy cars through 50 miniature-size all-day environments like over a pool table or through the eaves gutters of a house. On the tracks you can find weapons (e.g. a flamethrower, a monster-hammer or rockets) and power-ups that help you win the race. If you win a race you’ll get money which you need to unlock new tracks and cars. In multiplayer mode up to 4 players can race against each other either.

Moto X

Commodore 64 — Released — 1989

Riding a dirt bike you must complete the stages within a time limit. There are 5 skills sections on tough mountain terrain, and 4 relatively smooth time trials. Hazards such as sand dunes, logs, rocks and gullies are out to stop you. You’ll have to wheelie to clear the rocks and before hitting jumps, angling the bike so as to aim for the same slope as the land, and make sure to land on the back wheel to avoid falling. Any infraction loses you one of your bikes — you start with 3 but get a new one after successfully completing a stage.

Moto X Simulator

Sinclair ZX Spectrum — Released — 1989

Riding a dirt bike you must complete the stages within a time limit. There are 5 skills sections on tough mountain terrain, and 4 relatively smooth time trials. Hazards such as sand dunes, logs, rocks and gullies are out to stop you. You’ll have to wheelie to clear the rocks and before hitting jumps, angling the bike so as to aim for the same slope as the land, and make sure to land on the back wheel to avoid falling. Any infraction loses you one of your bikes — you start with 3 but get a new one after successfully completing a stage.

Pong: The Next Level

Windows — Released — October 31, 1999

The classic videogame PONG is getting a 32-bit update. Players control a long, flat rectangular rod and maneuver it up and down the screen to defend their goal. The opponent is trying to direct the ball past you and into your goal the player who reaches the level’s preset point total first wins the match. There are six zones filled with all kinds of PONG challenges, each with three distinct and increasingly difficult variations on that level. Most one-on-one games also include power-ups that you can collect, which will benefit you in some fashion against your opponent.

Pong: The Next Level

Sony Playstation — Released — October 19, 1999

The classic videogame PONG is getting a 32-bit update. Players control a long, flat rectangular rod and maneuver it up and down the screen to defend their goal. The opponent is trying to direct the ball past you and into your goal the player who reaches the level’s preset point total first wins the match. There are six zones filled with all kinds of PONG challenges, each with three distinct and increasingly difficult variations on that level. Most one-on-one games also include power-ups that you can collect, which will benefit you in some fashion against your opponent.

Super G-Man

Sinclair ZX Spectrum — Released — 1987

Running into rock-faces will pierce your suit, leading to quick suffocation in the emptiness of space. An even messier demise awaits those who touch the land-mines that are a remnant of the great lunar war. FUEL dumps and AMMO are occasionally found on the lunar surface — TELEPORT CHAMBERS can be a risky short cut. There are many evil aliens — most can be blasted with your laser but some, including the huge Blowerfish and the grotesque green hollow worm will be much more formidable opponents.

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