Atari ST Games Starting with Sd to Su
SDI: Strategic Defence Initiaitive
You control satellites and must use them to protect the US from attack. This is essentially a clone of Missile Command with much improved graphics, and of course, a twist. Defensive levels have you defending the US from missile attacks. Offensive mode is a free-flying shoot ’em up sections among a network of destructible platforms.
Save the Aquadome from an inside traitor or a vicious sea monster. Use your whit and inventions to help save the day.
With the help of your dog, kill your enemies while you venture through locations such as airports, railroads, waterfalls and sewers. Your quest is more than a mindless killing spree, find and disarm several bombs along the way. You have magic abilities that include tornadoes and fireballs that can be used against your enemies.
Shanghai is a tile-based game based on the ancient Chinese game of Mah-Jong. There are 144 tiles with each depicting different images. The only way to remove the pairs is by finding its matching pairs. There are many different designs, all of which are challenging.
As a ninja, battle your way through each level in search of hostages which must be rescued. You have shurikens, kicks and punches to defend yourself. This may not be alone so feel free to use your magic when times call for it. Ninja magic can clear the screen of enemies in one go.
Sid Meier’s Pirates
YOu are a buccaneer in the golden age of Caribbean Piracy. This very advanced game for its day. It let’s you choose from six different time periods: The Silver Empire from 1560-1600 and War For Profit from 1640-1660 to name a few.
You are now a member of the Silent Service aboard a US Navy Submarine command during World War II. You are the only forces capable of striking back at the Japanese in the Pacific. Your mission is to take one of the fleet boats and go on extended patrols of up to two months from Hawaii, Australia, or New Zealand.
The world’s most popular television show is Smash T.V. is an ultra-violent contest between two armed-to-the-teeth combatants. The contestants are set loose in a series of deadly arenas that are filled to bursting with hordes of mindless beasts and killer robots. The aim of the game is to blast everything in sight while grabbing more cash and prizes than the other guy.
On each level, find a key needed to unlock the exit and propel you to the next level. Use your magic wand to create and destroy blocks. In order to reach the key, arrange the blocks on the screen so you can jump your way around safely. Do not get caught or you lose a life by the countless enemies wandering around the level.
Following the success of Dragon’s Lair, Don Bluth released this second conversion of his Laserdisc games series. You are Dexter. You must fight the evil madman Borf who kidnapped your girlfriend Kimberly. To make things worse, he is now threatening the world with his dreaded weapon, that turns adults into small children.
You begin deep space exploration in search of new life forms and usable fuel sources. Explorations in the past have been very successful attributing to the dramatic growth of your space industry. However, you managed to find a new species, one that enjoy the taste of humans.
You are flying with the air in our jet pack dodging obstacles and shooting everything that comes your way. Armed with a really big gun, you have to defend yourself against the alien hordes using your wits to navigate around the screen. Each level is challenging, but the bosses are a real piece of work and take some effort to take down.
Speedball is a novel concept. It plays like a soccer slash football game inside a metal lined squash court. Throw the ball into the goal at your opponent’s end. Physical contact is a must. Your goal is simple, score on your opponent’s net in any means possible: there are no rules.
Spy vs Spy
The original idea cam from mad magazine. The black crow and the white crow are out to beat each other before the time bell rings. Each spy is equally matched and always trying to beat out each other. Find the needed objects by digging through drawers, closets and furniture in the house. Foil your opponent by setting creative booby traps in the various rooms.
Star Fleet I: The War begins
In Star Fleet I: The War Begins, you play a cadet fresh out of Starfleet Academy and have assigned to command your first U.S.A.G. Starship. The Federation is currently at war with Krellans and Zaldrons so choose your first ship from the Federation starport and prepare for your first mission.
The game begins on Tatooine. You are Luke Skywalker and your mission is to meet up with R2D2, C3PO and Obi-Wan. Eventually, your travels take you through Mos Eisley and the Death Star. Most of the game has you controlling Luke, Han or Leia directly.
Star Wars: Jedi Arena
Wandering throughout the arena is a seeker that is capable of firing laser bolts. To win, you need to destroy your opponents shield by using the seeker to fire laser bolts at it. Your weapons consist of a light sabre which is used to control the direction of the laser bolts you fire, as well as block incoming fire from your opponent.
You are sent into an unstable planet and charged with the task of preventing it from exploding. Sounds like fun right? Well, this involves collecting items and then taking them to the core to prevent the planet from going boom.
This is a sequel to the popular motorcycle racing arcade game. Race your motorcycle around the world, completing each section of track within the allotted time. Your goal is to beat the time so don’t concentrate on the other bikes.