Software made by Psygnosis

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Armour-Geddon

Armour-Geddon is a 3D computer game developed and published in 1991 by Psygnosis for the Amiga, DOS and Atari ST platforms. The setting for the game is post-nuclear holocaust Earth, where privileged group of humans have made it through the war in purpose-built shelters while rest of the humankind suffered. People outside, disapproving how they have been treated, have secrectly constructed a laser cannon to even the score. The player takes the side of the Sheltered ones trying to prevent the outsiders from shooting the cannon. This is possible only by collecting all five pieces of an ancient neutron bomb and dropping it on the hostile beam cannon. In addition to this, the player must defend the base from enemy attacks and gain time by destroying generators powering the beam weapon. There is a strategic view where player can allocate scientists to develop more effective weapons and engineers to manufacture them. In the 3D vehicle simulation, the player pilots up to six different vehicles in the battlefield including heavy and light tanks, hovercraft, helicopters, fighters and bombers.

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Baal n/a

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Ballistix 1.0

Ballistix is a video game created by Martin Edmondson and published by Psygnosis in 1989. It is a fictional futuristic sport involving directing a puck to a goal by shooting small balls at it.

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City of Lost Children

In Psygnosis' adaptation of the film The City of Lost Children you play Miette, a young orphan girl forced to prowl the crusty and desolate streets of Paris in a dystopic near-future where children are stolen by a mad scientist and made to play bad film adaptations for the PlayStation. OK, not really. But it's tough to imagine a fate worse for tomorrow's children than to be struck powerless in the midst of as many tedious and arbitrary puzzles as this

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City of Lost Children

THE CITY OF LOST CHILDREN follows the plot of the French movie of the same name. The story centers on Miette, an orphan who lives in a local orphanage. Unfortunately, the evil pair of Siamese twins who run the home force Miette to perform various tasks for them; most of the time, the twins want her to steal things. While this may not been an ideal situation for a little girl, Miette is relatively safe. Suddenly, a dark presence appears and starts to steal children's souls and dreams. Now, Miette must find out who or what is responsible and try to find the lost children. You, as Miette, will use a point-and-click interface to solve puzzles while exploring environments that look like they were pulled from the movie. Will Miette be able to save the children? Play THE CITY OF LOST CHILDREN and find out. --WORKS WELL WITHIN WINDOWS XP WITHOUT DOSBOX--

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Discworld 1.0

http://www.mobygames.com/game/dos/discworld (15EA of 3.5" 1.44MB Diskimage) All dumped disks are perfect. (No error, No modified)

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DiscWorld 2

Two of the most underrated adventure games ever, both Discworld games are based on Terry Pratchett's pun-filled fantasy Discworld series, in which the whole world is carried through space by a turtle, and idioms and puns do have a life of their own. As bumbling wizard Rincewind, prevent the Dragon from destroying the world in Discworld 1 and find a way to convince the disillusioned Death to resume his day job in the sequel. Both games have great humor (although dialogues drag on at times), and some of the most devious but logical puzzles ever designed. Famed Monty Python veteran Eric Idle's performance as the voice of Rincewind is flawless, althought some dialogues are very long-winded to the point of frustrating. Clever puzzles and hilarious animations, however, more than make up for it.

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Ečstatica 1.0

http://www.mobygames.com/game/dos/estatica (13EA of 3.5" 1.44MB Diskimage) All dumped disks are perfect. (No error, No modified)

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Hired guns

2 floppy discs + scans

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Lemmings 1.0

Original Lemmings. No disk required. Extract and run in DOSBox or DOS virtual machine.

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Lemmings 3

Not sure of the os on this one, just put dos, it's pretty generic.

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Lemmings unknown

Best game of the year in Europe for 1991.

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Lemmings Version 1.0

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Lemmings Chronicles (All New World of Lemmings)

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Obitus 1.0

RPG for DOS systems

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Oh No! More Lemmings! 1.0

(Copied from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oh_No!_More_Lemmings) Oh No! More Lemmings (ONML for short) is a computer game expansion to the Psygnosis game Lemmings. Sometimes referred to as the "data disk", it contains 100 unique single-player levels and six new music tracks. The Amiga version also includes 10 two-player levels. This game is not the official sequel to Lemmings, a title that goes to Lemmings 2: The Tribes.

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Winter Lemmings

A special version of the game "Lemmings" made for Christmas 1992. It was distributed through the journal "Personal Computer World" (Mar 1993). It features 4 levels.

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Xmas Lemming '91 '92 '93 div

The Lemming's game in Xmas versions!

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