Feud was an innovative 1987 computer game for the C64, MSX and ZX Spectrum home computers, among others. The player takes on the role of the sorcerer Learic, cursed with aging, and must fight his evil twin Leanoric before his time runs out.
[..]Two civilizations in internal conflict. One is annihilated. One survivor remains.
Tempo is a 3D platforming and puzzle solving video game featuring a psychically gifted heroine
bound to a wheelchair but with telekinesis and spectral projection abilities that more than make up for it.
Navigate detailed and immersive environment full of perils on your journey to save your race.[…]
>Mega Lo Mania is a real-time strategy computer game developed by Sensible Software. It was released for the Amiga in 1991, and ported for a variety of other platforms. It was released as Tyrants: Fight Through Time in North America.
The original Amiga version was published by Image Works in 1991, in the United Kingdom, Germany and Italy. They also published the Atari ST version the same year in the United Kingdom and Australia.
A MS-DOS version was ported by Audio Visual Magic, Ltd. and published by Ubisoft in 1992 in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Italy and France.
Virgin Interactive published the Sega Genesis in the United States in 1992. It was localized for the Sega Mega Drive in Japan by CSK Research Institute Corp. and published in 1993.
Imagineer published the Sharp X68000 version in Japan, and the SNES version in 1993 in France, Germany, United Kingdom and Japan.
A sequel to Mega-Lo-Mania was in development by Sensible Software, but this was never released; a few screenshots were shown in an issue of Amiga Power.
This game was also known (for the Sega Genesis) as Tyrants: Fight Through Time in the United States.