Unreal II: The Awakening is the sequel to Unreal and was developed by Legend Entertainment and published by Infogrames in 2003 under the Atari brand. It utilises Unreal Engine 2 and again features a single-player campaign, as well as multiplayer deathmatching.
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Eye of the Beholder, Game Boy Advance
The Game Boy Advance version of the classic RPG, Eye of the Beholder, was developed by Pronto Games and first published by Infogrames in 2002. While it does follow the basics of the original, is it considerably different in many respects. It’s also a relatively poor conversion overall.
SimCity, Amstrad CPC
The Amstrad version of SimCity is arguably better than the Commodore 64 original. It was converted to the Amstrad by Probe Software and published by Infogrames in 1989.
Bomb Jack, Game Boy
This handheld conversion of Tehkan‘s Bomb Jack arcade game is a decent translation of the bomb-collecting classic. It was developed by New Frontier and published by Infogrames in 1992.
Bubble Ghost, Game Boy
This Game Boy conversion of the wonderful Bubble Ghost was first published in 1990. It was developed by Opera House.
Bubble Ghost, Amstrad CPC
I’m a big fan of the game Bubble Ghost and this Amstrad CPC conversion is up there with the best of the 8-bit versions.
Bubble Ghost, Atari ST
The 16-bit Atari ST version of Bubble Ghost is the original version, as designed and programmed by creator Christophe Andreani in 1987.
Neverwinter Nights, PC
BioWare‘s 2002 release, Neverwinter Nights, is a bit of a giant on the RPG scene.
Not only is it a detailed and engrossing Role-Playing Game par excellence, but it also plays host to a huge modding community. It’s also well-known as a multiplayer game too and features campaigns that can be played single or multi-player, and also features Player-versus-Player (PvP) combat.
Alone In The Dark 2, PC
Alone In The Dark 2 is a suitably frantic, scary and chilling sequel to 1992’s Alone In The Dark.
Part two came out just over a year after the first game, in 1993, and French developer Infogrames made it bigger and more challenging than the first game.
Alone In The Dark, PC
Infogrames‘ Alone In The Dark is one of the earliest survival horror games to use 3D graphics (mixed with 2D graphics), and it really broke new ground when it was first released back in 1992.