This game was possibly one of the most enjoyable games I have ever played. The sheer thrill of racing around a track shooting powerups at your mates is incredible. So yes it’s a bit old (October 1994), but shooting hedgehogs at your mates is timeless.
Probably the world's best cricket game until Electronic Arts' EA Sports version years later, Allan Border's Cricket is also known as Graham Gooch World Class Cricket, Jonty Rhodes II World Class Cricket, and probably a myriad other names depending on where the game was released. Aside from different introductory picture featuring different cricket stars (Jonty Rhodes in the South African version of the game, for instance), all versions of the game feature the same great gameplay.
The glory days of gaming... Golden Axe circa 1989!
The IBM PC compatible version was released in 1990 in 256 clour VGA splendor. "Although the game will run on a 4.77 MHz IBM PC XT, at least a 16 MHz IBM PC AT is recommended for fluid scrolling and animations in VGA mode." - Challenging specs hey?