Top 20 Titus Software Games
Worms World Party is an artillery game, which is a type of Turn-based strategy game. Like its predecessors, Worms World Party involves controlling a team of worms and using a collection of weaponry to eliminate the opposing team(s). The worms can walk and jump around and use tools such as the ninja rope and parachute to move to otherwise unreachable locations. The worms have an arsenal of dozens of weapons, ranging from longbows to bazookas and from fireball to Holy Hand Grenades.
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Annie & Clint, two gunslingers, arrive at Carson City and get caught up in a gunfight. It's raining bullets and there are explosions everywhere. After an intense battle they enter the saloon where they dispose of every cowboy in sight while redecorating the interior. Our heroes flee the scene by climbing on the roof, but what's that sound? ... it's a HUGE robot!
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The Blues Brothers video game was designed by Titus Software and is based on the comedic sketch band of the same name. The platformer-style game was released in 1991 for MS-DOS. It was subsequently ported to a number of other platforms, including the Amiga, Atari ST, and NES.
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Die hard fans of the Warrior Princess now can now bring her along wherever they go, thanks to the release of XENA: Warrior Princess. Xena comes to the Game Boy Color with all the thrills and chills the fans of her TV show have come to expect. You take control of Xena as she does battle on land and in the water. Try to master fast-scrolling rides full of dangerous obstacles as you run, jump, climb, and swim your way through 16 pulse-pounding levels of heroic challenges. Use the Game Boy Color infrared ports to hook up with a friend who also has the game and you can unlock special hidden levels in each cartridge. This game could only be more fun if it came with your own chakram.
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Superman: The New Adventures, often referred to as Superman 64, is a 1999 adventure video game developed and published by Titus Software for the Nintendo 64 video game console. The game is based on the television series Superman: The Animated Series. Superman was first released in North America on May 31, 1999 and in Europe on July 23, 1999.