If you like shoot-em-up, high-octane arcade games, then Sand Storm is for you! Fire up your mouse for non-stop action as you try to intercept Scud and Jet attacks with your Patriot missiles, then guide your Tomahawk missile through enemy AA fire while on a search and destroy mission. Can you successfully take out enemy chemical weapons plants and mobile Scud launchers? Includes 20 missions, digitized graphics, and a stunning Gulf War map. This is the fully-functional shareware version of the popular retail game, based on Desert Storm.
Sand Storm requires a VGA or SVGA and a mouse.
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You're the only hope humans have in a world gone mad. Mutant Orcs and their cronies have taken over the Earth, which now supports life only in a few domed cities. Your mission: retake Hoosier City and make it safe for human habitation again. But the Orcs aren't all you must contend with. Dragons, giants, ghosts, and skeletons are just some of the foes that would love to do you in.
Hoosier City is recommended for 286 or 386 computers.
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If you like war games such as Risk or Stratego, you'll love Rapid Response. Command an army complete with conventional and nuclear weapons against eight different enemy commanders and their forces. Rapid Response features EGA/VGA graphics.
You have been selected to test your skills as a master military strategist. Commanding the yellow army, you have troops, various conventional weapons, and tactical nuclear weapons at your beck and call. Will you accept the challenge posed by eight different enemy generals, each with their own style and tactics?
Rapid Response requires an EGA or VGA and 286 or better computer.
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Highly addictive action/adventure sequel to Robomaze II in which you are a freedom fighter hunting down the evil dictator. You control the fabulous Stalker robot as your search for keys, weapons and equipment; enter mysterious underground hideouts such as Fort Doom and the Enclave of the Penguins; encounter deadly poisonous plants. Can you find the dictator and free your beloved country from his tyranny?
Robomaze III: The Dome is recommended for 286 computers.
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"You are a freedom fighter -- a member of the Resistance -- fighting against your country's evil dictator." So begins your adventure. Employing colorful, sparkling graphics, Robomaze II takes you on an epic journey never before experienced on the IBM PC.
The Lobby is the first spine-tingling episode in the Robomaze II trilogy, in which you find yourself trapped in the stronghold of the evil dictator. In The Lobby you must fight your way through the first 40 floors of this strong- hold. But the evil dictator's devious hanchman, the Mad Scientist, has concocted all sorts of cunning schemes to keep you from succeeding.
Find out why this game was MVP's first major hit. Recommended for XT and 286 computers.
"Robomaze II is HOT! . . . this is one not to be missed. The clear, colorful graphics and your control over the game leave nothing to be desired." -- Shareware magazine
". . . professionally done, with excellent graphics." -- PsL News
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It's the US vs Germany in this two-player graphics WWII ground combat game. Choose from over 30 different battle fields. This game plays like some of the great war board games.
Battle Ground is a vintage MVP game, first released in 1985. When others were content with text or ASCII graphics, we were leading the way with true graphics.
Battle Ground requires CGA and is recommended for XT computers.
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