Amberstar is an old school RPG very similar to Ultima 6 that uses a top down view for interiors and small locations and a first person pseudo 3D view for everything else. Unfortunately, the sequel (Ambermoon) was published for Amiga only.
Hardball is a popular series of baseball video games published by Accolade from 1985 (Hardball! was the first game) to 1998 (Hardball 6). If you are a baseball fan and a video games enthusiast, you can't miss them!
Leather Goddesses of Phobos is a text adventure (interactive fiction) game developed by the well-known Infocom and designed by Steve Eric Meretzky. It was one of the best-selling adventures published by Infocom.
UnReal World is a roguelike rpg game released in 1992. It's currently freeware and runs on Windows. UnReal World can be described by the keywords: auto mapping, open world, procedural generation, turn based, fantasy.
Dr. Doom's Revenge is not a very good game and it has a very very long title. It feels clunky, too linear, and the gameplay progression was too slow. I played it on my old Commodore 64 back in 1989 (or was it 1990?) and it captured my interest for a very short time.One thing must be said though... the original box ...
Psygnosis was a quite popular developement company based in the United Kingdom. Pete Lane, a fan of AbandonwareDOS, sent me some very old ORIGINAL posters.Poster #1: just a posterPoster #2: seeing is believingPoster #3: barbarians and terrorpodsPsygnosis developed a few PC titles: here they are.