Abandonware DOS title

Game company profile: Epyx

Epyx was founded by Jon Freeman and Jim Conelley in 1978 as Automated Simulation and changed name in 1983. Epyx started publishing action and sports games (Summer Games, Winter Games, California Games, etc.) for 8 bits computers. Epyx was one of the most popular developing and publishing companies of the 80s for Commodore 64, Spectrum and other systems.
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Games by Epyx

A chronological list of games published or developed by Epyx from 1983 to 1994 on Abandonware DOS for DOS, Windows, Linux or Mac.
  • rescue-at-rigel
  • jumpman
    1984DOSaction platform
  • pitstop-2
    1984DOSracing racing: car
  • temple-of-apshai-trilogy
    1985DOSrpg dungeon crawl

    Temple of Apshai Trilogy is a compilation of three remade abandoned (very) old school RPGs. Temple of Apshai Trilogy was developed by Epyx and released in 1985 for DOS, Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Apple II, Atari ST, Atari 8-bit, C64. All the games included in Temple of Apshai Trilogy are part of the Dunjonquest game series.

  • world-games
    1986DOSsports multi-sport
  • world-karate-championship
    1986DOSaction fighting
  • boulder-dash-construction-kit
    1987DOSpuzzle action puzzle
  • driller
    1987DOSaction-adventure first-person action-adventure

    Driller (also known as Space Station Oblivion) is an abandoned action-adventure game developed by Incentive and released by Epyx in 1987 based on the Freescape Engine. In Driller, you control an excavation probe in a real 3d environment, through a first person view. The goal of the game is to place a drilling rig in each of the 8 regions of the moon Mitral.

  • street-sports-baseball
    1987DOSsports baseball
  • street-sports-basketball
    1987DOSsports basketball
  • 4x4-offroad-racing
    1988DOSracing racing: off-road, racing: car
  • california-games
    1988DOSsports unconventional sports, multi-sport
  • death-sword
    1988DOSaction fighting

    Death Sword (also known as Barbarian in Europe), is a fighting game developed by Palace Software, set in a fantasy world full of huge sword-wielding barbarians. Compared to modern brawlers, Death Sword gameplay may seem slow, but at the time it was considered adequate. Instead of rushing into multiple chain combos, the slow pace allow the players to think every move, adding some sort of tactical component to the gameplay.

  • impossible-mission-2
    1988DOSaction-adventure platform, tile-matching
  • l-a-crackdown
  • street-sports-soccer
    1988DOSsports soccer
  • the-games-summer-edition
    1988DOSsports olympic sports, multi-sport
  • the-games-winter-edition
    1988DOSsports olympic sports, multi-sport
  • the-sporting-news-baseball
    1988DOSsports baseball
  • axe-of-rage
    1989DOSaction beat 'em up
  • omnicron-conspiracy
  • project-neptune
    1989DOSaction submarine simulation
  • revenge-of-defender
    1989DOSshooter shoot 'em up
  • california-games-2
    1990DOSsports multi-sport, unconventional sports
  • chip-s-challenge
    1991DOSWindows 3.xpuzzle sokoban

    Chip's Challenge is an abandoned top-down puzzle game designed by Chuck Sommerville, developed and released by Epyx in 1991. Chip's Challenge was released on DOS, Windows 3.x and many other home computers such as Atari ST, Amiga, C64, ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC.

  • battle-bugs
    1994DOSstrategy real-time tactics