Extreme Pinball (PS1)
Arcade 05 April 1996
Pinball simulator. Fast gameplay offers fans of steel ball bouncing four different tables: Rock Fantasy, Medieval Knights, Urban Chaos and Monkey Mayhem.
Actua Soccer 2 (PS1)
Sports 10 November 1997
Sequel the first kick ball simulation that could match EA Sports products. In Actua Soccer 2 we get everything that determined the success of the first part, naturally expanded and improved.
International Track & Field 2 (PS1)
Sports 30 November 1999
Arcade sports game in which console owners can compete in several Olympic disciplines. The struggle is based on the simple mechanics of pressing buttons at the right speed or time.
Street Skater (PS1)
Sports 01 January 1999
A sports game that allows the player to beat a variety of tracks using a skateboard. During the game it is important to go through the routes quickly, as well as perform spectacular acrobatics and tricks. As the game progresses, the player-controlled character gains experience points, which can be exchanged for improved statistics such as speed or effectiveness in performing tricks.
NBA In the Zone 2000 (PS1)
Sports 01 February 2000
The next installment of the series of basketball games created by the Japanese company Konami. The production offers almost thirty teams and more than three hundred players, animated with the use of motion capture technique. A novelty in comparison to previous editions is the possibility of playing batches and throws contests for three points. In comparison to the competition, the game is distinguished by a simpler and less powerful control system.
Speedball 2100 (PS1)
Sports 29 September 2000
A cyberpunk style sports game that tells the story of a fictional sport that combines handball and ice hockey. The production is a remake of a hit published in the early nineties of the twentieth century.
International Track & Field (PS1)
Sports 31 May 1996
The first installment of the sports game series, which was released on PlayStation 1 and uses 3D graphics. Production allows players to test themselves in eleven sports disciplines. Each of them was presented in a skillful manner.
Rat Attack! (PS1)
Arcade 31 August 1999
A three-dimensional arcade game in which PlayStation 1 owners take control of the members of the cat's squad. Their task is to stop the rats from invading Earth.
Action 10 January 1997
Futuristic 3D shooter with isometric view. Players take control of a ship flying to the top of the screen and their goal is to eliminate emerging opponents and survive their attacks.
Mary-Kate and Ashley: Magical Mystery Mall (PS1)
Arcade 27 October 2000
Based on the license of the popular series Nickelodeon station collection of mini-games, in which the title sisters are trying to complete a series of missions. The aim is to remove the curse from the shopping gallery where they were imprisoned.
Sports 17 November 1998
Created by the studio Psygnosis sports game dedicated to extreme riding on a board. The title focuses on the arcade character of the game and does not try to simulate discipline in a real way. The specific atmosphere is given to it by the style of animation for children.
No One Can Stop Mr. Domino! (PS1)
Logic 08 January 1998
Hybrid arcade and logical game in which we control anthropomorphic dominoes. Our task is to create chain reactions that trigger further tricks; however, before we do this, we need to get to grips with the individual charts and watch out for the countless pitfalls lurking in front of our guests.
WCW Backstage Assault (PS1)
Sports 31 October 2000
A game about wrestling, which tries to stand out from the numerous competitors through specific places of fighting - the competitors compete for belts outside the traditional ring. Production is based on the World Championship Wrestling license and allows to direct the most famous wrestlers who represent it.
WCW Mayhem (PS1)
Sports 31 August 1999
A production based on the license of the American wrestling federation WCW, in which several dozen of the most famous competitors were put at the disposal of the console owners. The title prepared by Electronic Arts brought a number of novelties to the genre, trying to stand out from the competition.
Logic 06 April 2000
A puzzle game in which the gameplay takes place on a two-dimensional board covered with a grid of fields. It is your task to rotate the board and move the colored balls on it in such a way as to combine them with various colored objects. In Turnabout, more than a hundred such puzzles with an increasing difficulty level are waiting for the player to solve them. The title also allows you to design your own puzzles thanks to the built-in editor.
Arcade 31 October 1995
An uncomplicated arcade game, developed by the Hookstone studio. In Zoop, the player controls a triangle in the center of a two-dimensional board, and his task is to shoot colorful objects coming from the edge of the screen.
Johnny Bazookatone (PS1)
Arcade 26 February 1996
Distinguished by an interesting style and binding, combining two-dimensional backgrounds and three-dimensional character models, side-scrolled platformer. The hero of the game is a young musician, who stands up to fight with the ruler of hell.
WWF War Zone (PS1)
Sports 14 July 1998
The first sport game dedicated to wrestling, which was performed in full three-dimensional. Iguan's WWF War Zone allows players to take part in brutal and spectacular duels based on a variety of rules - from one-on-one clashes to crazy battles with weapons scattered around the arena.
Tecmo Stackers (PS1)
Logic 25 December 1995
A puzzle game which is a variation on the mechanics of Tetris. The aim of the game is to merge the gelatinous creatures into groups of four to remove them from the board.
Arcade 31 October 1998
A three-dimensional rhythm game in which virtual dancers face off against each other in spectacular duels, showing off their choreographies. The task of the players is to press the appropriate button combinations in the rhythm specified for a given song.