With its unique design with powerful graphics handling and sound capabilites, the Amiga has always been considered a games machine, but this requirement is now being actively pursued on every other platform now that relatively cheap graphic and sounds have become readily available. The simple games of yesterday are now becoming larger and often much more complex to play, many requiring high-end machines to take advantage of the options available. Depending on your particular tastes there is a wide range of games to choose from, loosely broken down into the following categories - Adventure games, Arcade games, Bat and Ball games, Beat-em-up games, Educational games, God games, Platform games, Puzzle and Quiz games, Racing games, Role-playing games, Shoot-em-up games, Simulation games, Sports games, Strategy games and War games.
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(97) - indicates the presence of a word search, crossword puzzle, maze, or other type of game. For discussions about games, see CINAHL subject heading: GAMES.
Games magazine (ISSN 0199-9788) is a United States-based magazine devoted to games and puzzles, and is published by Games Publications, a division of Kappa Publishing Group. It was originally published by Playboy (debuting with the September/October 1977 issue) and was briefly out of business in 1990 and 1991. The magazine was bought and brought back to life in 1991 by the mail-order company Bits & Pieces, and based in Manhattan.