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Arcade games. Titles from this category require particularly good manual skills. Main purpose of the gameplay is to reach a specific point or defeat enemies while controlling a character or a vehicle. Arcade games usually don’t have any story or have it in a very simple form. This category contains e.g. popular platformers. more

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Karate Panda
Karate Panda

Arcade 07 February 2010

Karate Panda is a 2D platformer for young players, produced by Moriquendi. The peaceful life of the pand family was disturbed by poachers who kidnapped small bears. Knowing the secrets of karate, the father-panda sets out to help the kidnapped offspring.

Flyonoid
Flyonoid

Arcade 24 March 2004

Muchtrix: The Muchowsky Brothers is an arcade platformer made by Alawar Entertainment for younger audiences. The plot of the game depicts the adventures of John and Hans, members of the Musk Commando, who are trying to free flies kidnapped by aliens. The production is distinguished by its absurd humour.

Moorhuhn Schatzjager
Moorhuhn Schatzjager

Arcade 31 October 2005

The Mad Chicken in the Jungle is the first installment of the feathered hero's adventures in the Moorhuhn Jump'n Run subcycle. The title was produced by the German company Phenomedia. The player's task is to help the Mad Chicken find the legendary Mayan treasure. The game is based on classic 2D platformer elements.

Velocity Ultra
Velocity Ultra

Arcade 12 December 2013

In the game we control a small spacecraft equipped with a special technology that allows you to teleport at short distances. We fly through narrow corridors, avoiding collisions with walls and destroying enemy units. In this edition, the creators abandoned pixel graphics in favour of higher resolution.

Crazy Chicken: Tales
Crazy Chicken: Tales

Arcade 13 September 2010

Crazy Chicken and Mysterious Castle is another arcade game with a nice, feathered hero in the title role. This time the Crazy Chicken and his companions set out to find the treasure hidden in the forbidden castle, and the player's task is to help them overcome the piling up obstacles. The title was produced by the German company Phenomedia.

SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom
SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom

Arcade 21 October 2003

SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom is an adventure game with arcade elements based on the license of a popular animated series. The player's task is to help the title hero and his friends fight the disobedient robots of the sneaky Plankton. PC conversion was prepared by AWE Games studio.

Pranksterz: No Rest For The Wicked
Pranksterz: No Rest For The Wicked

Arcade 26 October 2007

Continuation of the crazy agility game Zgrywus: Finish the boss, in which our task was to effectively make our supervisor and his pets unpleasant. This time we follow our victims on vacation, trying to spoil their carefree rest as effectively as possible.

Trials Fusion
Trials Fusion

Arcade 24 April 2014

Trials Fusion is another entry in the popular series of motorcycle action games. The player once again assumes the role of a stuntman who must complete a track filled with obstacles while performing spectacular stunts. The game was developed by Finnish studio RedLynx.

LEGO Island 2
LEGO Island 2

Arcade 30 March 2001

The game is set in an environment created by Lego blocks, where playing the role of Pepper we have to save the island of Lego from deconstruction.

Ricochet Infinity
Ricochet Infinity

Arcade 31 July 2007

A game of skill and logic, referring to the cult "Breakout". The biggest innovation is the inclusion of the Recall option, which allows you to call the ball at any time of the game.

The Jungle Book, Peter Pan
The Jungle Book, Peter Pan

Arcade 28 August 2004

Another set of two educational games in which the youngest computer users accompany the world-famous and very popular heroes (Peter Pan and Mogli from the "Book of the Jungle"), and observe their extraordinary feats.

Ali Baba, Robinson Crusoe
Ali Baba, Robinson Crusoe

Arcade 17 September 2004

A set of two games based on the stories of children's favourite heroes: Ali Baby and Robinson Crusoe. Each of these programs contains numerous games for one or more players.

London Taxi
London Taxi

Arcade 19 August 2005

London Taxi is a car arcade game produced by Data Design Interactive. Players have the chance to sit behind the wheel of a characteristic black taxi (FX4 London Black) and try their hand at crossing the crowded streets of the English capital. The game map is modelled on London's real plan, and during the game you can see a number of characteristic places and buildings.

Hugo: The Magic Oak
Hugo: The Magic Oak

Arcade 20 February 2001

The arcade game belongs to the popular series addressed to the youngest players. Our task is to help the title little troll Hugo find his way home, experiencing a lot of interesting adventures and solving logical riddles. The game teaches elements of mathematics, exercises memory, develops the ability to think logically and associate facts.

Rampage
Rampage

Arcade 21 May 1988

You remember the final scene from King Kong, when a giant monkey climbed to the top of a skyscraper and from there attacked flying units coming from all over the world. If so, and what's more, you would like to repeat these themes on your computer screen, Rampage is the perfect game for you.

Star Monkey
Star Monkey

Arcade 10 September 2001

Star Monkey is a game that draws all the best from the genre of shoot-em up. The game is simple: we direct a spacecraft armed to the teeth with various types of weapons, rockets, lasers, plasma weapons and shields, and we must literally annihilate the swarms of enemy flying and ground units.

Garfield
Garfield

Arcade 19 November 2004

Garfield is an arcade game with adventure elements produced by the development studio Code Monkeys, referring to the motifs of a popular comic book. The player helps the title cat to bring order to the house, which was demolished by an unruly dog - Odi. The game abounds in humorous gags, well known to Garfield fans.

Thomas the Tank Engine
Thomas the Tank Engine

Arcade 11 March 1992

Thomas the Tank Engine is an arcade and logic game, mainly for small children, which uses characters from locomotives known from books and films. The main protagonist of the struggle is of course Tomasz, the most famous and best recognizable piece of clothing in the history of children's literature.

Aqua Digger 3D
Aqua Digger 3D

Arcade 03 October 2003

A simple arcade game referring to the cult Pacman. An important difference is the embedding of the game in an underwater environment. The player's task is to control one of the oysters inhabiting the underwater world and collect more treasures.

South Park: Chef's Luv Shack
South Park: Chef's Luv Shack

Arcade 26 November 1999

South Park: Chef's Luv Shack is a social game combining a quiz and arcade mini-games. Playing the roles of Eric Cartman, Kenny McCormick, Kyle Broflovski or Stan Marsh, the player has to answer questions related to the South Park series, as well as play simple mini-games. The title was produced by the Acclaim Studios Austin development team.

Deep Sea Fishing 2: Offshore Angler
Deep Sea Fishing 2: Offshore Angler

Arcade 26 May 2001

Continuation of the popular ocean hunting simulation Virtual Deep Sea Fishing, offers more fish that can be hunted in new ways.

Tetris (1986)
Tetris (1986)

Arcade 12 May 1986

A legendary arcade-logical game, developed by Russian student Alexey Pajitnov in 1986. The main goal of the Tetris competition is to arrange the blocks falling into the wells in such a way that they form lines.

Back to the Future III
Back to the Future III

Arcade 12 March 1991

Back to the Future III is an arcade game, which plot refers to the third episode of the popular adventure film series, directed by Robert Zemeckis. This time Marty McFly will move in time until 1885, where he will try to prevent the murder of his friend Dr. Brown.

Lew Leon
Lew Leon

Arcade 21 January 1998

Family adventure game designed for people of all ages, by the way one of the first professional Polish computer games. The theme is the great adventure of the title Lion, who travels through the islands of the Lion Archipelago in search of the corn stolen by the conspirators.