Snatcher for Sega CD Final Fight CD for Sega CD Tecmo Super Bowl for NES Worlds of Illusion for Genesis Dragon Force for Saturn Guardian Heroes for Saturn Marvel vs Capcom 2 for Dreamcast Tales of Destiny for Playstation Turok the Dinosaur Hunter for N64 WWF No Mercy for N64 Dream Mix TV for Gamecube
Classic computer games- Ghostbusters M.U.L.E. Summer Games Winter Games Pitstop Miner 2049er Spy vs Spy Boulder Dash Pinball Construction Set Alley Cat Choplifter Stellar 7 Skyfox Beach Head Ultima Wizardry Wasteland Jumpman Lode Runner Castle Wolfenstein
Tough choices for IBM PC/PC Jr., Apple II, Atari Home Computers and Commodore 64/128. I just loved all of them. Atari 800 had advantage for up to 4 players. I did know only one game- M.U.L.E., supported for 4 players. I didn't know others. Apple II had great library of education games. I enjoyed LOGO, and Carmen Sandiego. I couldn't remember about C64 and IBM PC Jr while I played both long time ago. Both were also great.