Tomorrow Never Dies (PS1)
Action 16 November 1999
Based on the cinema hit license "Tomorrow Never Dies" action game with a view of a third person. The production was released exclusively on PlayStation 1 and allows you to take part in events presented in Hollywood production.
Samurai Shodown III (PS1)
Fighting 30 August 1996
The third installment of a series of two-dimensional battles, in which players take control over the masters of white weapons from different parts of the world. The production of SNK studio brought a number of changes in the mechanics of leading clashes and almost completely departed from the current design.
NASCAR Rumble (PS1)
Racing 31 January 2000
Arcade racing game, which although it uses the license of the popular NASCAR series of competitions, is definitely not focused on realism. Drivers can use the power-ups collected on the route to increase their chances of winning.
Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors (PS1)
Fighting 03 May 1996
Conversion of a 2D combat machine, published in 1995, in which heroes from different planets fight for the right to meet a powerful deity, appearing in the universe once a thousand years.
Alfred Chicken (PS1)
Arcade 12 April 2002
Refreshed version of Alfred Chicken from 1993, in which players play the role of the title rooster, setting off to rescue his kidnapped girlfriend - Floella. As we play, we navigate through a variety of locations, jumping across platforms and bypassing ubiquitous pitfalls, eliminating enemies we encounter and piercing balloons found along the way, allowing us to gain access to the next stages.
Bishi Bashi Special (PS1)
Party 07 July 2000
A compilation of two games released exclusively in Japan - Bishi Bashi Special and Bishi Bashi Special 2. The production offers a total of 85 party mini-games that test players' reflexes and challenge them crazy. The title is characterized by a fast pace of action and manga visual setting.
Duke Nukem: Land of the Babes (PS1)
Action 19 September 2000
Continuation of Duke Nukem: Time to Kill, published in 1998, which slightly changes the assumptions of the original. Production is an action game with a third party perspective. The title character takes another journey in time, this time to the future, to save women enslaved by aliens.
Armored Core (PS1)
Action 10 July 1997
The first installment of a series of action games with a view of TPP, in which the main role is played by giant robots. Players take on the role of one of the pilots of modern combat machines and undertake a number of different missions.
40 Winks (PS1)
Arcade 14 November 1999
40 Winks is a three-dimensional platform game about the adventures of siblings who set out to save the title Winki. The production was originally released on the PlayStation, and Eurocom Entertainment Software is responsible for its creation.
Wild Arms (PS1)
RPG 20 December 1996
The first installment of the series of Japanese RPGs, which are distinguished by their unusual style, referring to the Wild West and medieval times.
Air Combat (PS1)
Action 30 June 1995
Released in 1995 on the PlayStation, the first part of the famous Ace Combat series. In the game we sit at the helm of numerous military planes, and the action takes place in a fantastic universe.
Soviet Strike (PS1)
Action 31 October 1996
The next installment of the series of arcade air shooters, in which the action is presented in isometric projection. This is the first part of the cycle released on a 32-bit console.
Project Overkill (PS1)
Action 12 September 1996
Maintained in a dark shoot'em up style, in which the action is presented in isometric projection. The production hands over to the player four mercenaries with different skills.
Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker (PS1)
Action 20 November 2000
Brawler based on the motifs of an animated series known in Poland as Batman of the future. Players take on the role of Terry McGinnis, the new Nietoper Man, whose task is to solve the mystery behind the return of the famous Joker and stop him from implementing the next evil plan.
Um Jammer Lammy (PS1)
Party 18 March 1999
Spin-off game PaRappa the Rapper, developed by NanaOn-Sha studio. Players play the title role of Lammy, who tries not to be late for her dream concert. Playing with UmJammer Lammy is about pressing certain buttons at the right time - the more accurate we are, the higher the score we get.
Renegade Racers (PS1)
Racing 01 January 1999
A racing game in which we sit at the helm of hovercraft and fight for victory on one of the six tracks. In addition to the Arcade mode (created to play alone) developed by Promethean Designs Renegade Racers studio, there is also a Quick Race variant, in which we can face another person. The whole was enriched with three-dimensional graphics maintained in a light, cartoon style.
Treasures of the Deep (PS1)
Action 31 August 1997
An action adventure game in which we play the role of a mercenary performing underwater missions. The tasks facing us in the Treasures of the Deep include plundering shipwrecks, mitigating the effects of environmental disasters or, for example, crossing the plans of competitors. At the time of the premiere, the title attracted attention mainly due to the high quality of the graphic design.
Solar Eclipse (PS1)
Arcade 30 November 1996
Created by Crystal Dynamics Space Shooting TPP with arcade character. The title is based on the assumptions known from the famous Star Fox series and is a continuation of the game released on 3DO in 1993 titled Total Eclipse.
Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen (PS1)
Strategy 27 September 1996
Hybrid JRPG and a strategy game in which we travel across the continent of Zetegenia to overthrow the bloody rule of the emperor. While we move around the tactical map in real time, clashes involving various units (from humans to mythical creatures like griffins or vampires) take place in turn-based mode. Depending on our actions, history can end in one of thirteen ways.
Total Eclipse Turbo (PS1)
Action 29 August 1995
A rail shooter that is one of the PlayStation 1 starting titles. In Total Eclipse Turbo, we sit at the helm of a futuristic fighter and fight against the sinister Drak-Sai race, which intends to lead to a premature supernova sun. The action is observed from the camera following the ship, and the struggle takes place both over the surface of the four planets, as well as in their underground tunnels.
R-Type Delta (PS1)
Arcade 19 November 1998
The fourth installment of the popular shoot'em upów series and at the same time the first to use 3D graphics. Production is characterized by a high level of difficulty and allows you to test your reflexes as a pilot of a combat spacecraft.
Monkey Hero (PS1)
RPG 28 February 1999
Japanese action RPG with typical isometric projection. The hero of Monkey Hero is a monkey warrior with human qualities, who undertakes a mission to save the world.
Maximum Force (PS1)
Action 30 September 1997
A skillful target sight converted to PlayStation 1 from slot machines, where players take on the role of a counter-terrorist and try to save hostages from the hands of criminals. The title is distinguished by a relatively rare graphic design, with digitised images of actors.
Wild 9 (PS1)
Arcade 30 September 1998
Created by Earthworm series authors Jim platformer 2.5D, whose mechanics is built around an unusual weapon of the main hero - a beam of energy, allowing him to grab enemies and various objects.
Logic 09 December 1999
Conversion of the automatic logic-arcade game, in which the aim of the game is to build the largest possible structures. The PlayStation 1 version includes several additional play modes.
Arcade 12 December 1999
A unique arcade game considered to be one of the first music-rhythmic productions. The creators of the legendary PaRappa the Rapper series are responsible for the production of the title. Players control the animated rabbit and to the rhythm of music must avoid obstacles standing in its way.