Hold on to your consoles, included in the release is the award winning Dragon's Lair series of games and American Laser Games classics, like Mad Dog McCree.
What does ALG stand for?
ALG stands for American Laser Games
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- Advanced Landing Ground
- Advanced Lane Guidance (software)
- Advanced Lithography Group
- Ain't Love Grand?
- Aircraft Landing Gear
- Alamo Group, Inc. (Seguin, TX)
- Algiers, Algeria - Houari Boumedienne (Airport Code)
- ALMA Liaison Group (European Southern Observatory)
- American Leisure Group (various locations)
- Americans for Limited Government (Fairfax, Virginia)
- Angry Little Girls (comic)
- Antilymphocyte Globulin
- Application Layer Gateway
- Application-Level Gateway
- Arbeitslosengeld (German: Unemployment Benefit)
- Armstrong Laing Group, Inc.
- Art. Lebedev Group
- Artists' Licensing Group, Ltd
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from American Laser Games, Micrologic's Print Master Gold, Discovery Multimedia's Beyond Planet Earth, The Journeyman Project Turbo from Sanctuary Woods, and Graphic Zone's Prince Interactive.
Originally produced by American Laser Games as a laserdisc arcade shooting game, Mad Dog 2: The Lost Gold is also available from Digital Leisure for PlayStation 2, Xbox, DVD movie players and DVD-equipped PCs.
Originally produced by American Laser Games as a laserdisc arcade shooting game, Mad Dog 2: The Lost Gold is available from Digital Leisure remastered for DVD and will be available soon for CD-ROM.
22 /PRNewswire/ -- American Laser Games (ALG) has learned the hard way that success breeds imitators, and sometimes they can be amazingly fast.
Originally produced by American Laser Games as a laserdisc arcade shooting game, Crime Patrol 2: Drugs Wars is available from Digital Leisure remastered for DVD and will be available this fall for CD-ROM.
24 /PRNewswire/ -- American Laser Games (ALG) has become an officially-licensed developer for the Sony Playstation(TM) with the approval of "Shining Sword," ALG's first title for the new game platform.
These classic titles are joined by the original Hologram Time Traveler and Shadoan from Rick Dyer; in addition to the latest releases from American Laser Games -- Mad Dog McCree and Who Shot Johnny Rock?