Superfrog is an Amiga-based platform game, developed by Team 17 and first published in 1993, although this CD32 conversion followed later, in 1994.
Super Stardust was developed by Finnish video game developer Bloodhouse and was published by Team 17 in 1993 for the Amiga and 1994 for the CD32.
Worms: The Director’s Cut on the CD32 is a beautifully smooth and playable conversion of the Amiga original, with the same highly compelling and ultra-competitive ‘versus’ gameplay.
Arcade Pool was developed and published for the Amiga and CD32 by Team 17 in 1994.
Team 17’s exciting sequel to their overhead space shooter, Alien Breed II: The Horror Continues was first released in 1993.
Alien Breed II was clearly heavily influenced by the films Alien and Aliens. Not only do the monsters in this look like Giger’s alien (from above), but you also see power-loaders too. The references throughout are really cool, because it shows you just how much the developers at Team 17 love those types of movies.
The 1995 PlayStation version of Andy Davidson‘s classic Worms is undoubtedly the best version of the game ever made. Ocean and Team 17 collaborated on this release.
It is an incredible multiplayer game, for up to four people.
The rules are simple: you take it in turns to blast each other, and last person standing is the winner.
Worms shows off the great smooth-scrolling capabilities of the original PlayStation. And it is a “pass the pad” turn-based game, so you only need one pad to play.
This game is up there with the very best party games ever made, and is a must have title in any PlayStation fan’s collection.