Bomberman World (PS1)
Arcade 28 January 1998
Arcade production in which player-directed characters fight in special arenas, trying to blow up all opponents. This is the first installment of the famous series released on PlayStation 1.
Arcade 31 October 1996
Three-dimensional platforming developed in cooperation between Toys for Bob and Crystal Dynamics. In the game we play the role of one of the two heroes, who are responsible for summoning a terrible monster, threatening a certain fantastic land. In order to correct their mistake, the sorceress Nikki and clown Fargus decide to get rid of the troublesome creature once and for all.
Pandemonium 2 (PS1)
Arcade 30 September 1997
Pandemonium 2 is a continuation of the popular platformer from 1996. The plot of the game is based on the mystery of the "comet of unlimited possibilities", flying over the land of Lyr once in 300 years. Known in the first installment, Nikii and Fergus have to face a bad queen who wants to use the comet for their evil purposes.
James Pond 2: Codename RoboCod (PS1)
Arcade 10 December 2003
Remaster of a production published in the early nineties for Amiga, Atari and Sega Genesis. The refreshed version of the 2D platformer offers a better audio-visual setting, other level projects, as well as some changes in the storyline.
R-Type Delta (PS1)
Arcade 19 November 1998
The fourth installment of the popular shoot'em upůw 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.
Arcade 30 March 1998
Rascal is a three-dimensional platformer that uses the motif of time travel. Players take control of a teenager who sets out to rescue his abducted father. The game is the work of Traveller's Tales studio.
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.
Thunder Force V (PS1)
Arcade 21 May 1998
Arcade, side-scrolled 2D shooter in which console owners take control of a combat spacecraft. The production is a conversion from Segi Saturn and at the same time the fifth installment of the Thunder Force cycle.
Time Crisis: Project Titan (PS1)
Arcade 06 April 2001
Spin-off of the popular Time Crisis series, which tells the story of the main character of the first game in the series. The title is a traditional arcade shooter belonging to the so-called target sight species.
Monster Rancher Hop-A-Bout (PS1)
Arcade 28 November 2000
Spin-off Monster Rancher cycle, in which our task is to overcome obstacle ridden routes in the skin of one of the several different monsters. The title allows you to play alone or to compete with another player; it is also equipped with a track editor.
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. Compared to the original, the production can boast a much more refined audiovisual layer and the presence of additional levels.
Jumping Flash! (PS1)
Arcade 29 October 1995
The first ever three-dimensional platform game. The production allows the player to play the role of a mechanical rabbit, which tries to save the world by collecting special objects scattered over six worlds. The action of the game was shown from the perspective of the first person, and its protagonist was equipped with the ability to shoot enemies and perform double and triple jumps.
Klonoa: Door to Phantomile (PS1)
Arcade 11 December 1997
Klonoa: Door to Phantomile is a platformer created by Japanese company Namco, in which three-dimensional characters move in a two-dimensional plane. The hero of the game is an anthropomorphic cat named Klonoa, owned by a ring in which the spirit of Huepow is enchanted.
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.
N2O: Nitrous Oxide (PS1)
Arcade 30 June 1998
Maintained in a specific, slightly psychedelic style 3D arcade shooting, in which players can only move left or right. The goal is to conquer successive tunnels, eliminating enemies encountered on the way and achieving the best score possible.
Arcade 28 October 1997
Arcade game in which we take control over a pirate ship. We observe the action from the bird's eye view, and our task is to reach a designated point on the map. Along the way we fight enemies with a variety of weapons, solve simple environmental riddles, conquer ports and avoid dangers. In addition to an extensive single player campaign, the title offers a multiplayer mode where up to five players can face each other. Overboard! It also boasts an attractive three-dimensional graphic design in a humorous style.
Pitfall 3D: Beyond the Jungle (PS1)
Arcade 28 February 1998
The next installment of the popular series of platformers started in 1982. This time the game was prepared in full 3D and offers a number of typical for the genre of logical-skill challenges.
Monkey Magic (PS1)
Arcade 27 November 1999
A colorful 2.5D platformer in which an anthropomorphic monkey warrior tries to save his homeland from extinction. The game was created on the basis of anime emitted at the turn of the 20th and 21st century.
Rapid Reload (PS1)
Arcade 25 April 1995
Prepared by Media.Vision studio arcade side-scrolled 2D shooter. The game resembles a cycle of Metal Slug, allowing you to face dozens of enemies on each of the six boards.
Arcade 28 July 1995
Arcade shooter released exclusively for PlayStation 1. A unique feature of Epics Inc. production is the changing perspective during play. As a result, Philosoma is sometimes a bird's eye view or isometric view shooter, and sometimes a side-scrolled shoot up.
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.
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.
Blaster Master: Blasting Again (PS1)
Arcade 13 July 2000
A 3D platformer, in which players gain a chance to steer a modern combat vehicle, and in some sequences also its young pilot. The title is the next installment of the popular series and tells the story of the further fate of war between people and aliens who want to take over power on Earth.
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.
Arcade 15 February 1997
A colorful two-dimensional platformer, converted from personal computers, in which the action is presented in isometric projection. The title poses a number of logical and arcade challenges to the humanoid rabbit controlled by the players.
Rampage Through Time (PS1)
Arcade 09 June 2000
The fourth part of a series of action arcade games in which console owners take control of giant monsters, with the goal of destroying everything on their way. The production was released exclusively on PlayStation 1 and is based on the assumptions proven in previous releases.