20 Games Like Monopoly: Adventure in Africa(TBA)
Own it all in the classic property trading game!
Build your fortune as you buy, sell and trade the world’s most famous properties. It’s classic MONOPOLY fun!
Take a ride on Reading Railroad, build a house on Baltic Avenue, or buy up the whole neighborhood — it’s your turn to get rich! You’ll take a spin around the world’s favorite board with animated tokens, 3-D dice and customized game environments. Prove your skills as a deal maker in up to three levels of difficulty. Pass GO, take a Chance or head over to Community Chest as you wheel and deal your way to the top. But remember to stay out of Jail! Are you ready to own it all?
Enjoy classic MONOPOLY play
Buy, sell, trade and manage famous properties
Play with animated tokens, 3-D dice and customized game backgrounds
Choose from 3 levels of difficulty
Explore “House Rules” to play with a twist
Note: Multi-player is hot-seat multi-player only. Online multi-player is not supported.
70 / 10013.5
Ca$h Guns Chao$™ is a fast-paced top-down shooter featuring intense run and gun arcade-action across more than 15 blood-filled and body-part-laden levels as you battle a never-ending onslaught of relentless enemies. After being captured by an alien race you’ll need to fight your way through their idea of a twisted 70’s game show to save yourself and the human race. In order to survive this televised free-fire zone you will need to kill as many enemies as you can while snatching their cash and prizes they drop in order to survive to the end!
In 1982 Tang also produced Horace Goes Skiing. In it, Horace must cross a dangerous road teeming with traffic to rent out a pair of skis, à la Frogger, get back over the road and successfully navigate a ski course.
This title is not a true sequel, as it does not follow on from an original story and is only similar in that it features the same character. Like Hungry Horace, this title was available on the ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, and Dragon 32. As before, Sinclair distributed the Spectrum version, Melbourne House the Commodore 64 and Dragon 32 versions.
Are you ready for the most hyped up, monster jammin', bruisin' elbows, rebound snatchin', rim stuffin', skying over suckers, down your throat, money making game of street ball you never thought possible? Well, here it is, in your face, and it's time to get it on! Hit the courts with White Men Can't Jump!
It's not about killing… it's about killing with style. 101 Ways To Die is a physics-based puzzler with a twist - it's full of dark humour and cartoon gore. As the assistant of an eccentric (and slightly evil) scientist, Professor Splatunfuder, it’s your job to help him in restoring a damaged Recipe book. These aren’t any old cooking Recipes, but Recipes for dispatching your enemies in the most stylish ways possible. The name of the book is 101 Ways To Die.
As the assistant to the morally corrupt Professor Ernst Splattunfuder, you must help recreate '101 Ways To Die' - a book full of delightfully gory death recipes for dispatching your foes in the most stylish ways possible.
With an arsenal of deadly tools at your disposal, find the most violent and brutal ways to maim, slice, burn, explode, rip and impale the lab created creatures known as Splatts. Don't let them escape.
60 / 10003.0
After a deadly circus fire shatters his world and tarnishes his name, Dropsy the Clown finds himself on a journey of self-discovery through a story that harnesses powerful themes of love and kindness. With his father gravely ill and the world turning its back on a once happy-go-lucky clown, Dropsy will need to help those in need, hug total strangers, and unravel dark and shameful secrets from his past on the way to redemption. Oh, and Dropsy can also talk to animals.
Dropsy is a non-traditional take on the classic point and click adventure formula starring the game’s perpetually carefree namesake clown as he explores a richly detailed world full of colorful characters and sinister secrets, doling out hugs along the way. Rather than lead players on a singular narrative path, players are free to choose which avenues of adventure they want to explore in an open world setting and can piece the puzzles and story together however they choose.