Games related to Hungary

This is the most addicting and at the same time frustrating game ever made. Action Supercross is a 2D motorbike simulation game created in 1998 by the Hungarian Balázs Rózsa.

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Secret Agent Man: Kill Again Island  thumbnail
One of the rooms with a shark tank
Leisure Suit Larry Goes Looking for Love (in Several Wrong Places)  thumbnail
We join our hero mowing the lawn of Eve, his sexual encounter from the previous game.
Jill of the Jungle: Jill saves the Prince  thumbnail
The ground is pretty hot here.. if only she could reach that arrow!
Conquests of Camelot: The search for the holy grail  thumbnail
The wine has flowed freely after such a long and arduous journey.
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Epic seems to have rushed this game quite a bit.
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Level 31: Double wormage. The Marble Worm returns, and now it's been cut in half.
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The wine has flowed freely after such a long and arduous journey.
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ZAP!
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But though your land is healed, your heart is not. Perhaps it never shall be. (The end)
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What's next? Invisible Ladders in the fourth level!
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A room that seems to be decorated with gold (D.U.S. Rules apparently)
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The Hoverball golf course is pretty interesting, above the hover fields gravity doesn't seem to have effect on the ball!
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When you eat the Creative Dimensions logos, the police cars turn into busses, which you can eat!
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Super Mario Bros style warp pipes in this level. Unfortunately you can't enter them now.
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Do you have any drinks with parasols and fruit?
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Look at how madly in love she is!
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Mylo barely escapes with his life as the star he just bought erupts into a fiery supernova.
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Looking for new parts for the Ford.
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The final level: The Pharaoh's tomb.
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The Xargon: Beyond Reality opening screen
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Grand Prix Circuit title screen
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The Terminal Velocity title screen
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Tell time in the tell-time dream
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Sir Windlenot's corpse, holding the book 'Egyptian Hieroglyphs Explained'.