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Computing Games written by Human

The following is a list of Computing Games written by Human in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other games may have been published. If you have any games or software that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.

There are 3 Computing Games written by Human in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
Belzerion Date: 1994 Belzerion

A first person space maze game involving giant mechs

Software House: Human
Author: Human
Platform : 3DO

F1 Pole Position 64 Date: 1st October 1997 F1 Pole Position 64

Officially licenced FIA game, featuring the drivers and teams from the 1997 season, one of the early titles for the N64

Software House: Ubisoft
Author: Human
Platform : Nintendo 64

Human Grand Prix (F1 Pole Position 64) Date: 28th March 1997 Human Grand Prix (F1 Pole Position 64)

F1 Pole Position, released in Japan as Human Grand Prix, is a 1992 racing video game for the SNES, developed by Human Entertainment and published by them in Japan, while the other versions were handle ...

Software House: Human
Author: Human
Platform : Nintendo 64

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