11 Best 1990s games

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The best 11 1990s games daily generated by our specialised A.I. comparing over 40 000 video games across all platforms for PS4 (Playstation 4), PC Windows, Mac OS and Linux. The order in this selection is not absolute, but the best games tends to be up in the list.

The latest addition in this selection are Hypnospace Outlaw released the 11 March 2019 and ranked #1, Trivia Vault: Music Trivia released the 22 June 2018 and ranked #4, Flynn & Freckles released the 16 May 2018 and ranked #3.

1# Hypnospace Outlaw - 2019

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Greetings Enforcer, and thank you for enlisting in the Hypnospace Patrol Department! As the world falls into its slumber, Hypnospace becomes a bustling global village. These virtual streets aren't going to police themselves!

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3# Flynn & Freckles - 2018

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Screenshot of the video game Flynn & Freckles
Screenshot of the video game Flynn & Freckles

Flynn & Freckles is a third-person view, single player game with a great amount of exploration and thrilling platforming. As Flynn we’ll need to deal with a series of puzzles, fight against loads of enemies and basically jump our way out most dangers in order to escape a mysterious and cursed island.

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4# Trivia Vault: Music Trivia - 2018

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Screenshot of the video game Trivia Vault: Music Trivia
Screenshot of the video game Trivia Vault: Music Trivia
Screenshot of the video game Trivia Vault: Music Trivia

Welcome to the Trivia Vault contestant! Play as a contestant in a gameshow called Trivia Vault Music Trivia and bring your thinking hat. Answer music trivia questions as quickly as you can, the faster you answer the higher the cash...

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5# Squidlit - 2018

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Screenshot of the video game Squidlit
Screenshot of the video game Squidlit
Screenshot of the video game Squidlit

Every day is a wonderful day for invertebrates! Come join the Squidlits of Blipston for a squishy adventure of spoopy castles, muffins, and wiggles! Made with classic handheld technology in mind, Squidlit strives to be the closest modern recreation of GameBoy game-design methods on the market.

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6# Dragon Climax - 2017

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Screenshot of the video game Dragon Climax
Screenshot of the video game Dragon Climax

A retro action martial arts game inspired by classics, like Kung Fu Master and Shinobi with modern elements!

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7# Tattletail - 2016

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It’s Christmas 1998. The world’s most annoying toy just came out, and yours won’t stay in his box. Can you stop Tattletail from getting you in trouble before the bloodthirsty Mama Tattletail hunts you down? Story-driven first person horror. New DLC Included!

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9# Rogue Singularity - 2016

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Rogue Singularity is a high-speed infinite obstacle course. Navigate the perils at the edge of a rogue singularity as it tears worlds apart. Customise your robot and face infinite challenges, fighting to survive. Traverse universes to discover what lies beyond the void.

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11# Red Comrades 2: For the Great Justice. Reloaded - 2016

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Sequel to the amazing adventures of two Russian pop-culture legends: Vasily Ivanovich Chapaev and his fellow aide Petka who fearlessly beat off the alien invasion in a first franchise installment. Division commander Chapaev had gotten wounded and was shot again as he tried to cross over the Ural River and rest under the shade of the birches. In order to remove this thing from commander's head and to restore his human personality our heroes got into the catacombs beneath village Backwoods and discovered a time machine there.

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