List of Apple II games

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Following is a list of Apple II games. The Apple II had a huge user base and was a popular game development platform.

Name Year Developer Publisher Description
2400 A.D. 1987 Origin Systems Origin Systems
4th & Inches 1988 Accolade Accolade Widely hailed American football sports game. First football game to allow for strategic play calling with numerous offensive and defensive formations.
A Mind Forever Voyaging 1985 Infocom Infocom An Infocom interactive fiction game, unusual in that it has only one puzzle, and that, near the end.
Adventure Adventure 1976 William Crowther and Don Woods CRL Also known as Colossal Cave Adventure, the forerunner to all interactive fiction games, especially Zork, the game that launched the interactive fiction juggernaut, Infocom
Adventure Construction Set 1985 Stuart Smith Electronic Arts
Adventure in Time
Adventure to Atlantis
Adventureland 1978 One of the first interactive fiction games
Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai: Across the Eighth Dimension, TheThe Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension 1984 Adventure International Adventure International
AE 1982 Programmers 3 Brøderbund An arcade game reminiscent of the challenge stages of Galaga
Airheart 1986 Dan Gorlin Productions Brøderbund An ambitious game, Airheart used a special graphics mode called double hi-res, which required an Apple IIe or better to play. The second game by original hit Choplifter developer, Dan Gorlin.
Akalabeth 1980 The first game by Richard Garriott, a.k.a. "Lord British", that would lead to the long-running Ultima series of games, which in turn made Garriott a multimillionaire.
Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves 1981
Alien Mind 1988
Alien Rain 1981 A game similar to Galaxian for the Apple II line, by Brøderbund
Aliens: The Computer Game 1982 An action/adventure game based on the successful movie of the same name.
Alpine Encounter 1985
Alter Ego 1986 A role-playing video game where players can live out another, virtual identity by making choices and answering questions at lifetime waypoints.
Amazon 1986 A graphic adventure game by Michael Chrichton based partly on one of his novels.
Amnesia 1986 An interactive fiction game that was limited in its open-endedness in comparison to products by the leading interactive fiction game producer, Infocom
Ancient Art of War, TheAncient Art of War 1984 Evryware Brøderbund
Anti Gravity
Ape Escape 1982
Apple Cider Spider 1983
Apple Panic 1981
Apple Trek 1979 Apple Computer, Inc. Apple Computer, Inc.
Aquatron
Arcade Bootcamp
Arcade Machine, TheThe Arcade Machine
Arcticfox 1986 Dynamix Electronic Arts
Archon 1983 Free Fall Associates Electronic Arts An enormous hit, an action/strategy game with a passing resemblance to chess
Archon II: Adept 1984 Free Fall Associates Electronic Arts A sequel to 1983's hit Archon; a big success in its own right
Ardy the Aardvark 1982 Stern Electronics Tago Electronics
Arena of Octos 1981 Steve Kropinak SoftSide
Arkanoid 1986 Based on the arcade hit, itself based on the classic Breakout
Arkanoid II 1987
Asteroid Field, TheThe Asteroid Field
Astro-Grover
Autoduel 1985 Origin Systems Origin Systems
Aztec 1982 Paul Stephenson Datamost
Bad Dudes 1988 Data East Data East
Balance of Power 1985 Chris Crawford Mindscape
Ballblazer 1984 Lucasfilm Games Atari
Ballyhoo 1985 Infocom Infocom
Bandits 1982 Sirius Software
Bard's Tale, TheThe Bard's Tale 1985 Interplay Productions Electronic Arts A seminal role-playing game that set a new standard for graphics quality and gameplay in video games
Bard's Tale 2, TheThe Bard's Tale II: The Destiny Knight 1986 Interplay Productions Electronic Arts
Bard's Tale 3, TheThe Bard's Tale III: Thief of Fate 1988 Interplay Productions Electronic Arts
Bats in the Belfry 1983 Samuel Moore Phoenix Software
Battle Chess 1988 Interplay Interplay
Beach Head 1983 Access Software U.S. Gold
Beach Head II 1988 Access Software Access Software
Beneath Apple Manor 1978 Don Worth The Software Factory
Beyond Zork 1987 Infocom Infocom A sequel to Infocom's initial and most well-known Zork series.
BC's Quest for Tires 1983 Sydney Development Sierra On-Line
Bee Crunch
Beer Run 1985 Sirius Software Sirius Software
Below the Root 1984 Dale DeSharone Windham Classics
Beyond Castle Wolfenstein 1984 Muse Software Muse Software Sequel to the groundbreaking original, Castle Wolfenstein. Digitized voice and innovative gameplay made both these games hits.
Bilestoad, TheThe Bilestoad 1982 Marc Goodman Datamost This game introduced a new level of graphic quality and violence.
Black Magic 1987 Datasoft Datasoft
Blade of Blackpoole 1983 Sirius Software Sirius Software
Blister Ball 1981 Rodney McAuley Creative Computing Software
Bloody Murder 1979 Stoneware
Bolo 1982 Synergistic Software Synergistic Software
Borrowed Time 1985 Interplay Productions, Inc. Activision
Boulder Dash 1984 First Star Software Various A popular action game, the player has to outrun and dodge boulders as they try to make their way through underground passages
Bouncing Kamungas 1983 Tom Becklund Penguin Software
Broadsides 1983 Strategic Simulations, Inc. Strategic Simulations, Inc.
Bruce Lee 1984 Datasoft Datasoft
Bubble Bobble 1986 Taito Romstar
Bubble Ghost 1987 Infogrames Accolade
Buck Rogers 1982 Sega Sega
Bug AttackBug Attack 1981 Cavalier Computer Cavalier Computer An early Centipede clone
Bureaucracy 1987 Infocom Infocom An interactive fiction game designed by noted humor science fiction author Douglas Adams, based on his real-life experience trying to file a change of address with his bank
BurgerTime 1983 DataEast Mattel Electronics A home port of the popular arcade game of the same name.
California Games 1987 Epyx Epyx A collection of California-themed sports games, such as half-pipe skateboarding and surfing
Cannonball Blitz 1982 Sierra On-Line Sierra On-Line
Canyon Climber 1982 Datasoft Datasoft A platform game inspired by Donkey Kong
Captain Goodnight and the Islands of Fear 1985 Brøderbund Brøderbund
Castle Smurfenstein
Castle Wolfenstein 1981 Muse Software Muse Software Influential stealth game with digitized voice, a groundbreaking feature of the time.
Catacomb 1989 John Carmack Softdisk One of note game programmer John Carmack's early games.
Cavern Creatures 1983 Paul Lowrance Datamost
Caverns of Callisto 1983 Origin Systems Origin Systems
Ceiling Zero 1981 RAM Software Turnkey Software A shoot em up game[1]
Centauri Alliance 1990 Brøderbund Brøderbund
Championship Lode Runner 1983 Brøderbund Brøderbund
Chessmaster 2000, TheThe Chessmaster 2000 1986 Software Toolworks Software Toolworks A chess playing game
Chivalry 1983 Optimum Resource Optimum Resource An action role-playing game
Choplifter 1982 Dan Gorlin Brøderbund A helicopter hostage rescue action game that, in a rare turn of events, inspired an arcade game
Chuck Yeager's Advanced Flight Trainer 1987 Lerner Research Electronic Arts
Computer Quarterback 1981 Strategic Simulations, Inc. Strategic Simulations, Inc. An American football simulation sports game
Conan: Hall of Volta 1984 SE Software Datasoft
Congo Bongo 1983 Sega Sega A home port of the popular arcade game
Copts and Robbers 1983 Alan Merell and Eric Knopp Sirius Software
Count, TheThe Count 1981 Adventure International Adventure International Scott Adams' fifth game
Coveted Mirror, TheThe Coveted Mirror 1983 Penguin Software Penguin Software
Cranston Manor 1981 On-Line Systems On-Line Systems Also known as Hi-Res Adventure #3
Crisis Mountain 1982 David Schroeder Synergistic Software, Inc.
Cross Country USA 1985 Didatech Didatech
Crazy Mazey 1982 Datamost Datamost
Crickety Manor
Crossfire 1981 Sierra On-Line Sierra On-Line
Crush, Crumble and Chomp! 1981 Epyx Epyx
Crypt of Medea 1984 Sir-Tech Sir-Tech
Crystal Castles 1983 Atarisoft Atari, Inc.
Curse of Crowley Manor 1981 Adventure International Adventure International
Cyber Strike 1980 Sirius Software Sirius Software
Cyclod 1984 Hunter Hancock Sirius Software
Dam Busters, TheThe Dam Busters 1984 Sydney Development Corp. Accolade One of Accolade's first games
Dark Crystal, TheThe Dark Crystal 1983 Sierra Online SierraVenture
Dark Forest 1981 Sirius Software Sirius Software
Dark Tower, TheThe Dark Tower 1984 Melbourne House Melbourne House
Dart Room
David's Midnight Magic 1982 David Snider Brøderbund A pinball video game
Deadline 1982 Infocom Infocom A murder investigation interactive fiction game
Death in the Caribbean 1983 Micro Fun Micro Fun A graphic adventure game
Deathlord 1987 Electronic Arts Electronic Arts A role-playing video game by Al Escudero and David Wong
Deathmaze 5000 1980 Frank Corr and William Denman Med Systems Software
Delta Squadron 1983 Nexa Corporation Nexa Corporation
Demon's Winter 1988 Strategic Simulations, Inc. Strategic Simulations, Inc. Fantasy role-playing video game
Depth Charge 1978 Chris Oberth The Elektrik Keyboard
Diamond Mine 1983 IDSI Roklan Corporation
Dig Dug 1982 Namco
Dino Eggs 1983 Micro Fun Micro Fun
Dino Smurf
Dondra
Donkey Kong
Drol
Dung Beetles
Dungeon Campaign
Dynasty
Eamon
Earl Weaver Baseball
Earth Orbit Stations
Earthly Delights
Elite
Empire: Wargame of the Century
Empire I: World Builders
Empire II: Interstellar Sharks
Empire III: Armageddon
Epoch
Escape from Arcturus
Escape from Rungistan
ET Comes Back
Evolution
Exterminator
EZLOGO
F-15 Strike Eagle
Falcons
Fight Night
Firebug
Flight Simulator I
Flight Simulator II
Flappy
Fooblitzky
Fracas
Fraction Munchers
Freedom!
Frogger
Gamma Goblins
Gateway to Apshai 1983 The Connelley Group Epyx An early action role-playing video game
Gato
Gemstone Healer
Gemstone Warrior
Gertrude's Secrets
Ghostbusters
G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero
Gobbler
Gold Rush!
Gorgon
Gruds in Space
Grammar Gremlins
Great American Cross-Country Road Race, TheThe Great American Cross-Country Road Race
Hacker
Hacker 2
Hadron
Halley Project, TheThe Halley Project
Hardball!
Hard Hat Mack
H.E.R.O.
Heist, TheThe Heist
Heavy Barrel
Hellfire Warrior
High Rise
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, TheThe Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Hunt for Red October, TheThe Hunt for Red October
Impossible Mission
Impossible Mission II
Indoor Sports
Infiltrator
Infiltrator II
In Search of the Most Amazing Thing
Intrigue!
James Bond 007: A View to a Kill
James Bond 007: Goldfinger
Jawbreaker
Jet
Journey to the Center of the Earth
Jumpman
Jungle Hunt
Kampfgruppe
Karate Champ
Karateka
Kabul Spy
King's Bounty
King's Quest: Quest for the Crown
King's Quest II: Romancing the Throne
King's Quest III: To Heir Is Human
King's Quest IV: The Perils of Rosella
Koronis Rift
Kung-Fu Master
LA Crackdown
Labyrinth Brøderbund
Labyrinth Lucasfilm
Law of the West Accolade Accolade
Leather Goddesses of Phobos Infocom Infocom
Legacy of the Ancients
Legend of Blacksilver
Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards
Lemonade Stand
Little Brick Out
Lode Runner
Lords of Conquest
Lords of Karma
Lunar Leepers
Lurking Horror, TheThe Lurking Horror
Magic Candle
Manhunter: New York
Maniac Mansion
Marble Madness
Mars Cars
Mask of the Sun, TheThe Mask of the Sun
Masquerade
Matterhorn Screamer
Micro Habit
Microwave
Might & Magic
Might and Magic II
Milestones 2000
Mindshadow
Mindwheel
Miner 2049er
Mines of Titan
Mission Asteroid Also known as Hi-Res Adventure #0
Mist, TheThe Mist
Moebius: The Orb of Celestial Harmony
Money Munchers
Montezuma's Revenge
Moon Patrol
Morloc's Tower
Mr. Robot and His Robot Factory
Ms. Pac-Man
Muppets on Stage
Murphy's Minerals
Music Construction Set Technically not a game, but an entertainment title and published by video game publisher Electronic Arts
Mystery House Also known as Hi-Res Adventure #1
Mystery Fun House Game designer Scott Adams' seventh game
Neptune Developed by Nasir Gebelli
Network
Neuromancer
Nightmare 6
Night Driver
Number Munchers
Odell Lake
Odell Woods
Odyssey: The Compleat Apventure
Oil Barons
One on One: Dr. J vs. Larry Bird
The Oregon Trail
People Pong
Perception
Pest Patrol
Phantoms Five
Pick-A-Dilly
Pigpen
Pinball Construction Set
Pirate Adventure Scott Adams' second game
Pitfall II: Lost Caverns
Pitstop II
Planetfall
Plunder!
Portal
Police Quest: In Pursuit of the Death Angel
Pooyan
President Elect
Prince of Persia 1989
The Prisoner
Prisoner 2
Pro Golf I
Project Space Station
Pyramids of Egypt
Pyromania
Quasar
The Quest 1983
Questprobe
Raft Away River
Raiders of the Lost Ring
Raid over Moscow
Raster Blaster
Read n' Roll
Rear Guard
Reforger '88
Repton
Rescue at Rigel
Rescue on Fractalus!
Rescue Raiders
Return of Heracles
Ring Quest Sequel to The Quest
Roadwar 2000
Robotron: 2084
RobotWar
Robot Odyssey
Rocky's Boots
Russki Duck
Roach Motel
Sabotage
Sammy Lightfoot
Saracen
Sargon
Sargon II
Sea Dragon
Secret Agent: Mission One
Serpentine
The Seven Cities of Gold
Shamus
Shard of Spring
Sherlock Holmes: Another Bow
Sherwood Forest
Shogun
Sid Meier's Pirates!
Silent Service
Situation Critical
Ski crazed
Skyfox
Snack Attack
Snack Attack II
Snake Byte
Sneakers
Snooper Troops
Snoopy to the Rescue
Softporn Adventure 1981 Chuck Benton On-Line Systems One of the first adult-oriented video games, a racy text adventure which inspired the seminal Leisure Suit Larry
Sokoban
Southern Command
Space
Space II
Space Defender
Space Eggs
Space Quarks
Space Quest
Space Quest II: Vohaul's Revenge
Space Vikings
Spare Change
Speedway Classic
Spellevator
Spellicopter
Spider-Man
Spindizzy
Spy Hunter
Spy's Demise
Spy vs. Spy series
Standing Stones
Star Blazer
Star Thief (computer game)
Star Trek: Strategic Operations Simulator
Star Trek: The Kobayashi Alternative
Starship Commander
Stationfall April 30, 1987 Infocom Infocom A science fiction interactive fiction game, a sequel to the groundbreaking Planetfall
Stellar 7
Strange Odyssey Scott Adams' sixth game
Strike Fleet Naval Simulation game
Structris Tetris variation
Suicide!
Summer Games 1984 Epyx Epyx A sports game with various events from the summer Olympic Games
SunDog: Frozen Legacy 1986 FTL Games Accolade A space trading game with space combat sequences
Super Bunny
Speedway Classics
Suspended
Swashbuckler
Sword of Kadash
SwordThrust
Syzygy
Taipan!
Tass Times in Tonetown 1986 Interplay Productions
Brainwave Creations
Activision A graphic adventure game where the player has to rescue "Gramps" from a new wave inspired alternate reality
Taxman A Pac-Man clone
Techno Cop
Temple of Apshai
Terrorist
Test Drive
Tetris
Thexder
Think Quick!
Threshold
Time Tunnels
Time Zone
Titan Empire
Torpedos Away
Transylvania I, II and III
Trinity
Trek of the 49ers
Trolls and Tribulations
T.W.E.R.P.S.
Ultima
Ultima II: The Revenge of the Enchantress
Ultima III: Exodus
Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar
Ultima V: Warriors of Destiny
Ulysses and the Golden Fleece Also known as Hi-Res Adventure #4
Valley of the Minotaur
Voodoo Castle Scott Adams #4
Wasteland
Wavy Navy
Wayout
Where in the U.S.A. is Carmen Sandiego?
Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?
Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego?
Wilderness Campaign
Willy Byte in the Digital Dimension
Windfall: The Oil Crisis Game
Windwalker
Wings of Fury
Winter Games 1985 Epyx Epyx
The Wizard of Oz
Wizard and the Princess Also known as Hi-Res Adventure #2
Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord 1981 Sir-Tech Sir-Tech
Wizardry II: The Knight of Diamonds
Wizardry III: Legacy of Llylgamyn
Wizardry IV: The Return of Werdna
Wizardry V: Heart of the Maelstrom
Word Munchers
Xonix
Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders
Zany Golf
Zaxxon
Zenith
Zork: The Great Underground Empire 1980 Infocom Infocom The first interactive fiction (IF) game by Infocom which, after a false start, paved their way as the foremost IF developer
Zork II: The Wizard of Frobozz 1981 Infocom Infocom The second game in the Zork series, actually part of the original game developed on a PDP-11, but which was too large for the home computers of the era
Zork III: The Dungeon Master Infocom Infocom
Zork Zero: The Revenge of Megaboz Infocom Infocom
Zorro

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