"Chuck Rock": "Chuck Rock" is a 1991 slapstick side-scrolling platform video game developed and published by Core Design for the Atari ST and Amiga computers. The setting of the game is a fantasy prehistorical Stone Age-era world that is shared by both neanderthals, woolly mammoth, saber-tooth tigers, dinosaurs, and various imaginative wild primeval monsters such as prehistoric mammals, giant insects, man-eating plants, and other exotica. The setting of the game is similar to that of films such as "One Million Years B.C.", or television shows such as "The Flintstones" or "Dinosaurs".
One day, Ophelia Rock, Chuck's girlfriend, is kidnapped by jealous local bully Garry Gritter and carried off to Gritter's hang-out in the creepy dinosaur graveyard. Chuck must go to her rescue, searching for her in primeval jungles, swamps, lakes, an ice-capped mountain top, underground caves, and even the insides of a gigantic dinosaur.
Two floppy disks and an instruction manual/poster are included in the box. The box displays signs of wear, especially at the corners, but overall is in good condition, with some colourful, graphic and retro-style artwork on the front.
"B.S.S. Jane Seymour - Federation Quest 1": This is a 1990 science fiction game developed by Gremlin for the Atari ST/STE computer. In this strategy role playing game, you explore twenty vast biological survey ships encompassing more than 4,000 rooms. A fleet of huge biological survey ships are immersed in deadly radiation, with many alien life-forms roaming its rooms. Your mission is to penetrate the ship, locate and repair the damaged systems, capture the aliens and finally steer the ships back home.
Three floppy disks, an instruction manual, and a booklet are included in the box. The manual and booklet are both in good condition. The box, again, shows signs of wear at the corners, and the remains of a previous price sticker has adhered to the side, but is fine overall, with some clearly 90s colourful sci-fi artwork on the front.
This is a great bundle for fans of retro video games, and for those who own an Atari ST computer.