Zzoom
Zzoom is a computer game developed by John Gibson, Mark Butler and Steve Blower for the ZX Spectrum and released by Imagine Software in 1983. It is an early example of a combat flight simulator game, ...
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Kool-Aid Man (video game)
Kool-Aid Man is an Atari 2600 video game based upon the television commercial character Kool-Aid Man. A second, unique video game cartridge was also made for the Intellivision.
Kool-Aid Man is ce...
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Galaga X6
Galaga X6 is a standalone handheld electronic game made by Epoch in 1983. A fixed shooter, the game bears no resemblance to the arcade game Galaga. Game play in Galaga X6 is very similar to the surfa...
A.D. 2083
A.D. 2083 is an 8-way scrolling pseudo-3D shoot 'em up arcade game released by Midcoin in 1983, set in 2083 . Gameplay is similar to "Time Pilot", except that enemies can appear from the ground or 'me...
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Hard Hat Mack
Hard Hat Mack is a 1983 Apple II game developed by Michael Abbot and Matthew Alexander. It was the first game published by Electronic Arts. It was later ported to the Amstrad CPC, Atari 8-bit, Commo...
Blagger
Blagger is a platform game created by Antony Crowther and released by Alligata for the Commodore 64 and BBC Micro computers in 1983, Acorn Electron, Amstrad CPC (through Amsoft) and MSX in 1984 and Co...
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3D Crazy Coaster
3D Crazy Coaster was a video game for the Vectrex, an early video game console owned by Milton Bradley Company. Released in 1983, 3D Crazy Coaster made use of vector graphics, presenting a three-dimen...
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Spelunker (video game)
Spelunker is a 1983 video game developed by Tim Martin and MicroGraphicImage. It is a platform game similar to Pitfall! or Curse of Ra.Originally released by MicroGraphicImage for the Atari 8-bit comp...
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Tapper
Tapper, also known as Root Beer Tapper, is a 1983 arcade game released by Bally Midway. The goal of the game is to serve beer (or root beer) and collect empty mugs and tips.
Tapper puts the player...
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3-Demon
3-Demon (also known as Monster Maze, though not to be confused with 3D Monster Maze) is a wireframe 1983 DOS computer game based on Pac-Man.Ironically Wolfenstein 3D, a title widely thought to have la...
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Cliff Hanger (video game)
Cliff Hanger is a laserdisc video game that was released by Stern Electronics in 1983. It used animation from Lupin III films, mostly from The Castle of Cagliostro and a couple of scenes from Mystery...
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Bio-Attack
Bio-Attack is a vertically scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game released by Taito in 1983. Here, you control a ship through a human's body while shooting viruses. It was licensed by Fox Video Games, as ...
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Exerion
Exerion (エクセリオン, Ekuserion) is a vertical shoot 'em up released by Jaleco in 1983 and licensed to Taito for distribution in the United States.Exerion is a shoot 'em up game featuring parallax ...
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Luigi
Luigi (Japanese: ルイージ, Hepburn: Ruīji) is a fictional character featured in video games and related media released by Nintendo. Created by prominent game designer Shigeru Miyamoto, Lui...
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Blaster (video game)
Blaster is an arcade game developed by Eugene Jarvis and released by Williams in 1983. The game is a 3D shooter set in outer space and is a quasi-sequel to Robotron: 2084. The objective is to shoot en...
Bonka
Bonka is a computer game for the Dragon 32 and Commodore 64 that was released in 1983.
Bonka is a very simple platform game (a clone of the arcade game Space Panic) utilising the same hole-digging...
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Championship Lode Runner
Championship Lode Runner (チャンピオンシップロードランナー, Chanpionshippu Rodo Ranna) is the champion's version of Lode Runner and its sequel. The game may also be found on a pirate NES cartridge under the n...
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Frostbite (video game)
Frostbite is a 1983 arcade game designed by Steve Cartwright for the Atari 2600 video game console. It was published by Activision in 1983.
The object of the game is to help Frostbite Bailey build...
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Vastar
Vastar is a 1983's arcade game. It's the only known game released by Sesame Japan Corporation company. (Vastar is also the name of a small M42 mount camera lens produced by Will Wetzlar.)
In the y...
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Business Games
Business Games is a software package published by Acornsoft for the BBC Micro (Model A and Model B) and Acorn Electron. It was released in the Acornsoft Education range and includes two business simul...
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Professor Pac-Man
Professor Pac-Man is a quiz arcade game that was produced by Bally Midway and is the seventh title in the Pac-Man series of games, which was released in August 1983. Like Ms. Pac-Man, Pac-Man Plus, Ba...
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Crossbow (video game)
Crossbow is a video arcade game released by Exidy in 1983. It was later published by Absolute Entertainment for the Commodore 64, DOS and by Atari for the 2600, 7800 and XE Game System starting in 19...
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Alley Cat (video game)
Alley Cat is a video game created by Bill Williams and published by Synapse Software for the Atari 8-bit family in 1983, and later for DOS in 1984 by IBM. The player controls "Freddy the Cat", an alle...
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Keystone Kapers
Keystone Kapers is a 1983 game published by Activision for the Atari 2600, and later ported to Atari 5200, Atari 8-bit family, ColecoVision and MSX. Inspired by Mack Sennett's slapstick Keystone Cops ...
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