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Doom
United States
Published by: Midway, 1995
Genre: First Person Shooter | Licensed
The Union Aerospace Corporation has been experimenting with teleportation technology on Mars' moons Phobos and Deimos. After early successes, something goes wrong. It seems the scientists have opened a gateway straight to Hell. Phobos base is overrun (more...)
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Faceball 2000
United States
Published by: Bullet-Proof Software, 1992
Genre: First Person Shooter | Licensed
A very, very early first-person shooter-type game, based on the Game Boy game updated from the original PC game, MIDI Maze. Features 41 mazes; two styles of play; continuous 360-degree maneuverability; all kinds of high-tech weapons; one or two-player cap (more...)
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Spectre
United States
Published by: Cybersoft, 1994
Genre: First Person Shooter | Licensed
An addictive 3D shooter in which you drove a little red car (er, tank) and blasted away enemies. The gameplay is similar to Battlezone, and obviously inspired by it. You had a selection of three tanks, each with three values (speed; armor; and firepower) (more...)
Wolfenstein 3-D
United States
Published by: Imagineer, 1994
Genre: First Person Shooter | Licensed
You know the shot heard round the world? You could consider Wolfenstein 3-D to be the gaming version of that. That first shot from BJ Blazkowitz fathered countless games over the years including a revisit to the castle nine years later. While it was prece (more...)
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