MS-DOS - 1988
This is an early adaptation of the popular TV game show The $100,000 Pyramid. The objective is to reach the top of the pyramid by winning successive rounds. Each round consists of selecting a category from the pyramid. Each category consists of a list of words that share some common thread like "things that are red". One player then tries to give the other player clues to guess the word without saying the word itself. There is also a single player mode that does not resemble the show very much where you have to type in single word clues.
MS-DOS - Released - 1994
Board game in which there is a character selected by the computer for you to guess. In the screen you see a board with different cards, each one representing a character, the game gives you hints like hair color, sex, eyes color, etc. and you must guide yourself with them and try to guess who the mysterious character is. You can also switch roles with the computer and make it guess which character you selected by giving the CPU the same kind of hints. The characters are from the adventure game El principio del fin by the same developers.
Windows - July 1, 2009
0 A.D. (zero eh-dee) is a free, open-source, cross-platform real-time strategy game under development by Wildfire Games. It is a historical war and economy game focusing on the years between 500 B.C. and A.D. 500 The game will be cross-platform, playable on Windows, Mac OS, and Linux. The game aims to be entirely free and open-source.
Ouya - August 14, 2013
"Go Kill Satan!" Your ultra-cliche quest to kill the Last Wild Satan is doomed. Doomed! 4 Unique Player Classes, each with 8 powerful special abilities. The Crusader, a bloodthirsty warrior of light with his best friend, God. The Wizard, an angst-ridden fairy who beats people with crystal balls. The scoundrel, a psychotic undead skeleton who's quick as a flint. And the Bruiser, a half-man, half-dinosaur that can become FULL DINOSAUR. Test your strategic abilities to best Skybabies, Robotic Cowboys, Candy Clowns, the Golden Genie, and dozens more horrifying monsters.
Windows - September 10, 2013
100% Orange Juice is a goal-oriented boardgame played by OrangeJuice's all-star cast including characters from Acceleration of Suguri, Flying Red Barrel: A Diary of Little Aviator, Sora, and QP Shooting. This is a world where dogs, people and machines fly through the air. In that world, a small patch of darkness was born. Infinitesimal at first, it gradually began to envelope everything... A youth named Kai, led by the mysterious life form known as Marie Poppo, begins a journey that will span worlds. The black, bottomless darkness of desire slowly eats away at both Kai and the world...
Amstrad CPC - December 25, 1985
1000 Bornes is a licensed computer conversion of the card game Mille Bornes that can be played by one player against an AI opponent. The game uses keyboard controls where a cursor is used to select the cards that should be played. Like the original card game the player has seven cards and can use one in each turn. There are three options in each turn: to the play a card, to discard a card or to do a coup fourré. The objective of the game is to reach 5000 points which is earned by competing in races where each race is 700 kilometres. Driving ahead is done by playing distance cards but they...
Windows - March 23, 2015
Accompany Hercules on a quest to rescue his wife, kidnapped by the evil Hades in 12 Labours of Hercules! You'll meet heroes from Ancient Greece as you vanquish beasts, repair roads and construct wonders in this stunning Time Management game! No magical creatures were harmed in the making of the game. They're all actors. Stunning HD graphics Flying horse included Challenging unlockable achievements Action packed mini-games
Windows - June 2, 2015
The evil goddess Hera has frightened the great Cretan bull! The bull is going wild and ruining the roads and many buildings. Help Hercules save the day by taming the great Cretan Bull. Meet heroes, gods, fight beasts and build Wonders! Collect and solve incredible puzzles. Enjoy colorful comics and Hercules' surprising tricks. Accompany Hercules in his quest for the Cretan Bull! Stunning HD graphics Amazing new Wonders! Unlock extra bonus levels! Play 12 Labours of Hercules
Windows - December 25, 2015
The legendary hero Hercules and his wife Megara are back, ready to embark on their next adventure! The Gods are outraged at their defeat and have summoned a fearsome beast who can match Hercules's god-like strength. The beast has trampled the countryside, turning lush gardens into desert wastelands! Restore the world's beauty by using everything at your disposal, from Megara's magical abilities to even a fire hydrant! Team up with friendly allies like King Midas and Epeius with his famous Trojan Horse to save Mother Nature from destruction. Note: "Platinum Edition" is found on the Steam...
Windows - June 17, 2016
The peaceful living of Hercules and Megara is interrupted by mighty god of war, Ares. He asks Hercules to help him conquer the world by leading the great army. As soon as Hercules declines, Ares finds a way to avenge. By using enchanted toys, he zombifies the kids of Hellas so they will follow the god's commands and become his warriors! With your help, Hercules must return the kids home, blow up the factory that produces the evil toys, and lead a strategic operation to destroy Ares' command transmitter in 12 Labours of Hercules V: Kids of Hellas!
Windows - December 20, 2016
This time, Hercules and Megara are involved in the detective story. Alarm at Olympus is showing the absence of Zeus, who rarely left the peak. A few clues reveal the fact that Zeus has been abducted. Hercules and Megara begin the investigation. The snowy peaks are cold as hell, so the first thing will be to get dressed according to season. The game introduces new landscapes, underwater levels, ice skating workers, volcano, funny puzzles, and many more.
Commodore Amiga - 1996
1497: Five Years After is a Colonization/Civilization like strategy game, in which you are sent to explore and conquer the New World for your King. The game begins five years after the discovery of the New World. You are the captain of a cargo ship and your mission is to wipe out all the rivaling European powers from the New World.
MS-DOS - 1994
The game simulates the 15 Puzzle, a sliding puzzle that consists of numbered square tiles located on 4x4 board in random order with one tile missing. The object of the puzzle is to place the tiles in order by making sliding moves that use the empty space. This game includes the pictures of naked women (originally found in Playboy magazine) in background of the board. When tile is placed in order, it is converted in part of picture, but it still can be moved. There are 8 levels in the game, and certain tiles can't be moved on the board with level increase. The number of moves in counted,...
TurboGrafx-CD - July 16, 1993
1552 Tenka Tairan is a war strategy game (with MOUSE support!) set during the Sengoku period of the Japanese history. The three campaign scenarios are set, respectively, in the years 1552, 1582, and 1600. The player is put in the midst of the so-called gekokujou situation, when ambitious daimyo (feudal lords) began to overthrow their superiors, resulting in a global war for dominance in Japan. The player controls such a warlord, choosing one of the available historical figures, or creating his/her own character. Character creation is Ultima-style; the player is asked a series of questions, and...
MS-DOS - 1996
A collection of sliding picture puzzles. You can chose from 3x3 or 4x4 grid sizes and select from several pictures, you unlock more as you go. You are scored based on how many moves it takes to complete a puzzle starting with 999 for the 4x4 and 499 for the 3x3 puzzles and counting down.
MS-DOS - 1996
A sliding puzzle game similar to classic picture puzzle games however instead of completing an image you slide numbered blocks 1 through 16 into order. The game starts with the numbers in a scrambled order, just like in the picture puzzle. There is always one empty square into which you can slide one of the surrounding 4 blocks. The object of the game is to slide all the blocks back into their original numerical order. The problem is that since you have only one empty square to work with when arranging the blocks you inevitably place the puzzle further out of order in your attempts to solve...
Sega Genesis - Unlicensed - 1992
16 Zhang Mahjong is one of several unlicensed pornographic mahjong games for the Sega Mega Drive, developed by Gamtec and released in 1992. Not much is known about the release of this particular one. This one also appears to have a story but it is in Chinese.
Windows - Released - 2015
Take revenge on your father’s killer, and become the richest merchant in the kingdom! Immerse yourself in this old-school nostalgia-inducing trading experience. Step into the shoes of a medieval traveling merchant, whose life boils down to one simple sentence: you got to buy cheap, and you got to sell high. Travel between the cities and villages of the realm in search of cheap goods to acquire, various quests to accomplish and wealth to accumulate. Visit local taverns for latest local gossip. Gain influential friends who may help you along the way. Hire companions to assist you if you...
Amstrad CPC - January 1, 1985
Il s'agit enfin d'un véritable WAR GAME de haut niveau. Basé sur les campagnes napoléoniennes, il reflète fidèlement toutes les possibilités offertes au stratège pour vaincre l'armée ennemie. Le terrain est représenté sur l'écran avec son relief, les villes, les unités des deux armées : infanterie, cavalerie, artillerie, poste de commandement. L'ordinateur sert d'arbitre et gère tous les paramètres. Idéal pour les débutants qui pourront découvrir tout l'art du WAR GAME et pour les joueurs avertis qui pourront s'affronter sur un nouveau plateau de jeu. Enfin ce logiciel offre la possibilité de...
MS-DOS - 1995
Based on Avalon Hill's board game of the same name, 1830 is a railroad empire building game that is along the same lines (although a different style of gameplay) as the much more famous Railroad Tycoon. Capturing the very look and feel of the board game, all the way to the hexagonal playing field and track tokens, 1830 is a turn based game that emphasizes the successful running of a company and manipulating the stock market rather than managing a railroad. Tracks can be laid, cities connected, trains purchased, and schedules set, but the ultimate goal in the end is making money, even at the...
Commodore Amiga - 1993
1869 is a strategy and economics trading game developed by the Austrian company Max Design GesMBH and published by Flare Software for Amiga OCS/ECS/AGA series of computers in 1993. You cannot beat the feeling of power money brings, and there is plenty of money to be made in the A1200 version of 1869. It is the late 19th Century and the world is wracked with civil wars and international conflicts. In many ways, there has never been a more exciting time to launch a business venture. You play the owner of a fledgling shipping company and you have to use your skills as a tactician and...
MS-DOS - 1992
Trade goods between ports all over the world in this economic simulation game. As a 19th century merchant newcomer, the player need to buy a ship, find a crew, load a few goods on the ship, and sail into the horizon, until the player reaches a port with a demand for said goods. Eventually will have the money to buy more ships, create regular trade routes, and become the head of a regular trading company. 1869 focuses on management and economy, rather than action. Actual sailing is done by plotting a route and then watching the days go by, interrupted only by the occasional random event....
Commodore Amiga - 1990
1990 is a Strategy game, developed by Neudelsoft and published by Pielago Software, which was released in Europe in 1990.
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 18, 1992
1999: Hore, Mita koto ka! Seikimatsu is a Family Computer video game that takes place in the late twentieth century right up through the year 1999. This game is similar to a crossover between Monopoly and The Game of Life. Aliens arrive to tell the players to live their lives to the fullest before it's too late because of some event that will occur at the end of 1999.Cards are used instead of dice and the players might be involved in automobile accidents, jobs, investing in the stock market, falling in love with a woman, or a single round at the slot machines
TurboGrafx-16 - December 16, 1994
Naturally a manga/TV anime tie-in, 21 Emon is one of those Japanese style board games that have never really made a big impact in the west. Four players (any combination of human and computer) take it in turns to roll dice and move around the isometric board, landing on various event squares. The ultimate aim is to build as many hotels as you can and make more loot than your opponents. (From The PC Engine Software Bible website)
MS-DOS - 1991
21-en is a known card game, which is played regularly by many. There are several versions of the rules in use. This program uses the most general rules, which will be familiar to almost everyone. In the game there are 52 playing cards. An ace is 1 or 11 points, king, queen and jack are 10 points and the cards 2 through 10 are 2 through 10 points. The objective is to get as close as possible to 21 without exceeding 21. Both players start with two cards. Each player may ask as many cards as she likes. The player with the most points without exceeding 21 wins.
MS-DOS - 1987
Based on the board game of the same name, 221 B Baker St. pits up to four players against each other in a race to solve mysteries set in Victorian London. After picking a character (Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Watson, Irene Adler, or Inspector Lestrade), players select one of the thirty available mysteries and read its case file in the game's manual. The case file presents the particulars of the case, mentions the people involved, and explains what the players need to deduce to win the game. Solving the mysteries entails moving around London (the game board) via a roll of the dice, entering...
MS-DOS - 1986
This game is played with only 3 cards, no draw. The Dealer calls High or Low and deals the cards. If you have a hand you think can beat the others, put it in the middle, and the best hand wins. If no one puts their cards out there, the dealer wins. If the game is High, a pair of Aces beats a pair of Jacks, and a King, Ten, Nine beats a Queen, Ten, Nine. Three of a kind will beat any pair. If the game is Low, a One, Two, Three is the best possible hand. A Six, Five, Three beats a Seven, Five, Three, and a Nine, Six, Ace beats a Nine, Six, Deuce.
Arcade - 1997
3 On 3 Dunk Madness is a Sports game, developed and published by Video System, which was released in 1997.
Atari 2600 - January 1, 1988
32 In 1 Game Cartridge was released in 1988 in PAL format in Europe, Australia and New Zealand. It includes popular Atari 2600 games of the sports and shooter genres; a different game is selected every time the Atari 2600 or Atari 7800 is turned on. Most copies shipped as the pack-in game with the Atari 2600 in the UK and Atari 7800 in Australia and New Zealand, but it was also released as a boxed separate game for the Atari 2600.
MS-DOS - 1982
3-D Tic-Tac-Toe is played on four boards. You must get 4 in a row to win. (Horizontal, Vertical, or Diagonally). There are 4 rows and 4 columns on each board, you enter your choice of box by a three digit number indicating the row, column, and board number i.e.  is row 2, column 3, on board 1.
Philips CD-i - January 1, 1992
Would you like to protect your boss who is having an affair? If you got an anniversary gift you didn't like, what would you do? If you found $1 million, would you keep it? You know how you would answer--but what about your friends? Do you think you know? You'll be quizzed on love, family, career, money and potpourri. Sometimes you're right, and sometimes you're not! The answers will surprise you. It's 3rd Degree--the first CD-i game show. You are the contestant in the hot seat in this interactive game. Meet hilarious hosts and a very astute judge. Choose from an assortment of colorful...
MS-DOS - 1992
3x8 is a game of questions and answers, divided into 8 categories. The plays of each participant will be random, with a variant: on the right side of the screen appears a topic with "bonus." If it matches with which the machine selects and responds correctly, that item will be considered complete even if it is the only correct answer. In addition, it will declare it "exempt", so the roulette will not stop at it, thereby increasing the chances that it will stop at an incomplete one.
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 2, 1984
4 Nin Uchi Mahjong is a simple mahjong game. It allows players to compete against three computer opponents instead of one. The game is made with a single 16kbyte PROM and 8kbyte CHROM, thus it does not use any special mapper chips.
Nintendo Game Boy - September 1, 1992
Now you can have four of the most popular board games of all time on your GAME BOY... all together in one fun-filled package! Sargon Chess... Checkers... Backgammon... Reversi... any time, any place. Interplay's 4-in-1 Fun Pak is the perfect opponent, at home or on the road. All four games can be played solo, face-to-face, or via GAME BOY's GAME LINK. So, whenever you're looking for tough competition, just turn on your GAME BOY and take your best shot.
Nintendo Game Boy - August 1, 1993
Go fourth and multiplay! Now get four times the fun from your Gameboy system - if you like Yahtzee you'll love yacht. Cut the cards for hours of fun with Solitaire. Peg your spot in the winner's circle with Cribbage. Or build your skills with dominoes. You can take these all-time favorite games with you anywhere, anytime. It's like having cards, dice, and dominoes in the palm of your hand. So come on--get ready to shake, shuffle and roll your way to hours of fun!
Sega Game Gear - Released - 1994
5 in One Fun Pak features four board games and one dice game. The featured games are Chess, Checkers, Backgammon, Reversi and Yacht (using Yahtzee's rules). You can select to play one player against the computer or two players. You can select you skill levels for most games from 1 (easiest) to 3 (hardest), although the Chess game has skills of 1 to 6 and Yacht has no skill selection.
MS-DOS - 1986
50 Mission Crush is a simulation game that puts you into the cockpit of a B-17 Flying Fortress bomber during WWII. You are part of the 8th Air Force 306th Bomber Group and you must try to survive 50 missions (in real life the average lifespan of a crew member was 18.33 missions) in your B-17 (named the Impatient Virgin) over France and Germany. As pilot you will have full control of your bomber and 10 crew members, each of which plays a different role in your mission. After each mission providing you have survived you will be evaluated and awarded points based on mission difficulty,...
MS-DOS - 1994
5th Fleet is a hex-based strategical wargame based on the board game 5th Fleet. The game is designed for two players which both take the side of a war party - in matches of a larger scale one war party can include several different countries. The gameplay is strictly turn-based and every day is divided into six rounds (three for each player). Every turn is divided into three phases: submarines, ships and aircraft. During the phases the players use two different map screens for their planning: the strategic map shows the whole operational zone divided into several areas and the tactical...
Windows - May 26, 2015
60 Seconds! is a dark comedy atomic adventure of scavenge and survival. Collect supplies and rescue your family before the nuke hits. Stay alive in your fallout shelter. Make difficult decisions, ration food and hunt mutant cockroaches. And maybe survive. Or not.
Nintendo 64 - December 19, 1997
64 de Hakken! Tamagotchi Minna de Tamagotchi World is a Nintendo 64 game released exclusively in Japan in 1997. It bears resemblance to the Mario Party series. 64 de Hakken! resembles a play board and requires players to care for their characters at each turn, and occasionally play minigames with the other players. The winning player’s Tamagotchi evolves into a special character only available in the game, with a total possible 59 characters to obtain. It is, in some ways, a predecessor of Tamagotchi: Party On!.
MS-DOS - January 1, 1989
The player takes command of a US Los Angeles-class or Soviet Alfa class nuclear powered attack submarine and plays 10 missions ranging from into either Cold War scenarios or combat missions in a hypothetical global conflict.
Sega Genesis - 1991
An early submarine game with ten missions which can be played with both American and Soviet attack submarines. The game focuses on realism with several stations the player can use (sonar, weapons, navigation, helm, radio and periscope) but most duties can be delegated to crew members. The graphics are mostly close-up views of the control panels but in some occasions they feature digitized images of surface ships and crew.
Windows - September 29, 2015
1872, with a steampunk twist. Phileas Fogg has wagered he can circumnavigate the world in just 80 days. Travel by airship, submarine, mechanical camel, steam-train and more. Race other players and a clock that never stops in TIME Magazine's Game of 2014.
MS-DOS - 1985
8088 Othello is a four-color ASCII graphic board game similar to Reversi. The game is for 1 player and you battle against the computer to get more of your pieces on a board.
Windows - April 22, 2016
8-Bit Armies is a retro Real-Time Strategy game for the PC. With a colorful, blocky voxel art style, 8-Bit Armies is Petroglyph's most fast-paced, friendly, and accessible RTS game to date. Collect resources, build up and defend your base, amass your army of military units, and ultimately crush your opponents! 8-Bit Armies features offline single-player missions, two-player cooperative missions, AI skirmish mode, and Player-vs-Player Multiplayer modes running on dedicated game servers.
Windows - August 12, 2016
From the team that brought you 8-Bit Armies comes a creepy new fantasy RTS as fast-paced as the original! Giant spiders, Ogres, Skeletons, Gelatinous Cubes, and dark Shamans resurrect the dead in this dangerous underworld suited for new and experienced players alike. Mine gold, build your defenses, and rally your unholy army to crush your opponents! 8-Bit Hordes features offline single-player missions, two-player cooperative missions, A fiendish AI to fight against, or head to head combat running on our dedicated game servers. 8-Bit Hordes is cursed with all the following features: - 2...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - 2016
PINBALL! That's right, this year's game is xmas pinball! Shoot the ramp, aim for the targets, and light up "SANTA" for big points. If you're skilled enough you can even unlock multiball! Think you are a pinball wizard? Xmas pinball is scoreboard compatible, you can upload your best score with the AVS and see how you rank!
Windows - 2004
Cultures - 8th Wonder of the World takes place some years after the end of Cultures - Northland. The renowned hero Bjarni and his friends, retired after their last adventure and enjoyed their day-to-day lives. This peace was not meant to last as one day the powers of darkness and evil slowly began spreading all over the world. The greatest heroes of the past were summoned. The people cried out to our friend Bjarni, who immediately set out to save mankind from the clutches of doom and misfortune once again. The destiny of Bjarni’s people, and with them the destiny of all humanity, now lies in...
Windows - January 15, 2001
A*M*E*R*I*C*A is a Wild West-themed real-time strategy game set over 90 years in post civil war America. The events portrayed in America are taken straight from the annals of American history. Players choose between Native Americans (specifically the Sioux tribe), Mexicans, Outlaws, or the Settlers in an attempt to settle the wild western frontier. Each side has certain advantages abilities and limitations to help balance out the sides. As in a typical real-time strategy game, workers gather resources to pay for units and buildings. There are various scenarios to play. Multiplayer with up to 8...
Nintendo Entertainment System - December 25, 1992
Aa Yakyuu Jinsei Icchokusen is a board game. The title translates to "Straight Baseball Life". Players assume the role of a small child who goes through the ranks and eventually becomes a professional baseball player if the player is successful.
Mattel Intellivision - October 16, 1980
A real battle of wits and strategy! It's you against the computer in this test of imagination, skill, and luck! Designed to help improve beginner and intermediate skills as well as providing a real test for the champion player! Here's a game you can win if you're good, and improve your play and sharpen your skills whether you win or lose!
Windows - February 25, 2016
Acaratus is a turnbased tactical RPG set in a medieval steampunk world where you build and fight with your mechanized battle suits to help Adina free the enslaved people by the oppressing emperor Helios. Since the Valerian Conflict ended the land has been ruled by emperor Helios. A rich slave dealer called Adina unwillingly becomes the leader of a small rebellion against the oppression. She starts recruiting slaves to fight back against the regime and in the process setting an example for human rights.
Commodore Amiga - 1990
Accordion is a solitaire card game. Cards are dealt face up one at a time and the aim of the game is to condense all cards into a single pile. To build piles, cards are moved from the left to a card or a pile on the right. Piles can be moved one or two cards to the left if the card on the left is of the same suit or if the card on the left is the same number. The game begins with four cards dealt and the player can then choose to make a move or deal another card. If there are no legal moves that can be made from dealt cards, more cards will automatically be dealt.
Windows - August 18, 2014
Arena: Cyber Evolution (ACE) is a futuristic physics-based sports game in which players confront each other in 3 vs 3 matches of wits and twitch reflexes. By featuring a MOBA-like champion logic, ACE brings an unprecedented twist to the sports genre by allowing players to choose from a variety of super-powered heroes and what style of gameplay they prefer to build their own team strategies. Designed from the ground up around the mouse & keyboard, ACE was not envisioned only as a sport game, but really as a new sport. ACE’s ultra-precise control scheme allows players to analogically...
BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1984
A card playing game featuring Blackjack, Pontoon, Draw Poker and Stud Poker.
Windows - August 29, 2011
The unique aspect of gameplay in Achron is the fact that the game proceeds not only in many instances of space, but also in many instances of time. Players can simultaneously and independently play in the past, present, or future. The player can only travel a certain distance into the past - after a while, the timeline becomes permanent.
Atari 5200 - August 31, 1997
Achtung Spitfire! is a strategy computer game released by Avalon Hill in 1997. It is a turn-based air combat game taking place during the early half of World War II, including fixed-wing aircraft, air battles and operations by Luftwaffe, Royal Air Force and French Air Force in 1939–1943.
Windows - March 2, 2016
Acorn Assault is a quirky, tail-bobbing turn-based strategy game. Raise an army, overthrow a tyrant King and save the oppressed squirrels! Do you have what it takes to start a Rodent Revolution? The squirrels of the forest grew poorer and more starved each day that passed thanks to the tyrant King Lois the Umpteenth. It is up to you to raise an army to overthrow the king and set the world right again. Embark on an nutty journey filled with a strange cast of characters through a historically inaccurate retelling of the French Revolution with squirrels. If you are a fan of turn based...
MS-DOS - July 1, 1995
Across the Rhine: 1944 - 1945 Armored Combat in Western Europe is a mix between strategy and simulation game set during WWII. The game focuses on single tank battles during the Allied invasion of Normandy - this means the player can't influence the overall outcome of the war. The battles are mostly historically accurate but some of them use hypothetical situations. The basic situation however is always the same: the player is in charge of tank battalions and tries to defeat his enemy. The player is presented with several windows which show different information, e.g. a tactical map, a...
Windows - March 15, 2005
Act of War: Direct Action is a real-time strategy game developed by Eugen Systems and published by Atari, Inc. The game was released in March 2005 and features a detailed story written by Dale Brown, a retired captain of the US Air Force and a bestselling author. An expansion pack called Act of War: High Treason was released on March 2006 in Europe and Australia. The original game and expansion were later released as Act of War: Gold Edition, on 28 September 2007 in Europe.
Commodore Amiga - 1991
Action Stations is a Naval Surface Combat Tactical Simulation covering the years 1922-1945. The game treats thoroughly in detail smoke, starshells, flares, searchlights, radar, shore batteries, stack gasses, aircraft recce and spotting, burning oil slicks, capsized hulks, weather and more. Ship classes go from PT Boats to Battleships and represent the U.S., German, British, Italian, French, Japanese, Dutch and Russian Fleets. Many "design only" classes included. In addition to 30 packaged scenarios, the build scenario feature allows you to generate an infinite number of new situations.
Nintendo Satellaview - 1991
ActRaiser is a Super Nintendo Entertainment System city-building simulation and action hybrid. The game was developed by Quintet and published by Enix (before their merge with Square), and the game was released during November of 1991.
Windows - October 1, 1996
Blood & Magic is a real-time strategy game focused on unit management rather than base construction. It uses the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons license (and thus has AD&D type units) and takes place in the Forgotten Realms AD&D setting. There are five separate storyline scenarios of increasing difficulty with three missions per scenario, playable from the side of both factions each, for a total of 30 missions in the game. The game is tile-based with a 2D top-down perspective. The player starts out with the ability to create Basal Golems, around which the game revolves since they generate your...
Amstrad CPC - 1984
In this early naval simulation the player assumes the role of the captain of the Admiral Graf Spee, one of the fastest ships in the German side during World War II. Your mission is to patrol the South Atlantic and disrupt allied transport routes as much as possible. Enemy vessels appear as blinking dots in the map, and once the Graf Spee is in the area you have to match the course and speed of the enemy as closely as possible. After a while, the enemy, which can range from easy prey such as cargo ships to hard as nails battleships, will become within range and you will be able to engage. After...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 10, 2001
The battle lines have been drawn, and an elite group of sly strategists is massing troops at your borders. You'll have to command ground, air and naval forces if you hope to survive the coming wars, and it won't be easy. With 114 maps to battle on and both the Single-Pak and Multi-Pak link modes, Advance Wars brings turn-based strategy to a depth never before seen on a handheld!
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - June 23, 2003
In Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising brings your GBA all-new strategic action and all-new fighting action! Thrilling turn-based strategy gameplay that will put your brain & your reflexes to the test, in this sequel to the original hit!
Nintendo DS - January 21, 2008
Days of Ruin takes place in an entirely new world where a large-scale meteor shower triggered massive global destruction that eradicated 90 percent of the population. After the catastrophe, the survivors have formed together into militaristic bands that are warring over the last remaining scraps of civilization. You'll take control of Will, a young military cadet (whose hair is admittedly just a little spiky) who quickly becomes embroiled in the conflict at the outset of the game.
Nintendo DS - August 22, 2005
Advance Wars: Dual Strike is the third installment in the Advance Wars series (first on DS media). Advance Wars is the international title of the Wars video game series, which dates back to the Family Computer game Famicom Wars in 1988. The storyline is a continuation of the previous series and is set in the new location of Omega Land. Black Hole has returned under the leadership of a new commander who seeks to give himself eternal life by draining the energy of Omega Land. The Allied Nations struggle to overcome this threat and are eventually joined by several former Black Hole commanding...
MS-DOS - 1995
This game is a videogame adaption of Avalon Hill's board game "civilization". IT SHOULD NOT BE CONFUSED with "Civilization" created by Sid Mier. This is a faithful adaption of the origianl board game that pits players (or the rather good AI) against each other for control of the world. The gameplay mechanic that takes center stage is that each region's population doubles until it reaches a maximum population. A player can move any number of population tokens to an achesent region. Pieces will be removed until the total number of tokens for that region is reached. Recommendation: have a...
Sega Dreamcast - April 30, 2001
Advanced Daisenryaku 2001 is a World War II strategy game, sequel to the game Advanced Daisenryaku: Europe no Arashi - Doitsu Dengeki Sakusen. Both games run on Sega's Dreamcast system. Advanced Daisenryaku 2001 fixed some bugs and moderately improved the graphics of Europe no Arashi and as such it is less of a sequel and more of a fix.
Sega Genesis - July 17, 1991
Advanced Daisenryaku: Deutsch Dengeki Sakusen (アドバンスド大戦略 ドイツ電撃作戦), commonly referred to simply as Advanced Daisenryaku, is a 1991 strategy game developed jointly by Sega and SystemSoft and published by Sega for the Sega Mega Drive exclusively in Japan. It is part of SystemSoft's Daisenryaku series of strategy games, and is one of the few retail Mega Drive games to have online play compatibility via Sega Meganet. It also started the Advanced Daisenryaku line, all of which have been published by Sega. Sega and now-renamed SystemSoft Alpha rereleased the game in 2006 as part of Sega Ages...
Sega Genesis - August 30, 1996
The game is a KOEI brand WW2 strategy game where you play as Germany that was only released for the Mega Drive under the title of Advanced Daisenryaku and has been translated into English at a later date.
Windows - August 10, 2016
Welcome friend, to AdVenture Communist! The world’s fairest communism simulator! Grow your modest potato farm into a spudding colony, then expand your industries across the brother land! Invest shocking amounts of resources into elite factories and science experiments to increase your production! Communism never sleeps and neither will your progress, as your workers will go the extra mile to fuel your industries 24/7. It’s so simple, even a Capitalist could do it! It’s time to show the ruling class what you’re made of. Start your farm to factory adventure today - Only in AdVenture...
Windows - November 8, 2013
Create your own theme park just the way you want it. Let your imagination run wild! Attract visitors to your park with all kinds of different and unusual attractions. Your revenue and the reactions of your visitors help you to expand your park and make it even more attractive. Turn your park into the best and most exciting theme park of all time!
Windows - March 21, 2001
It starts when you receive a note and map from your long lost grandfather, along with the promise of the adventure of a lifetime. You'll encounter dinosaurs, volcanoes, and man-eating sharks, as well as a tribe of cavemen to save. Your mission is to save the Forgotten Island. There are 9 interconnected tables included for you to conquer. They have to be unlocked during the game and offer 2 or 3 settings per table. In comparison to most other pinball simulations the goals on a table are mostly not to get a high score but to solve missions like chasing away sharks. Also unusual are the 3D...
Sony Playstation 2 - June 26, 2007
One night the monkey Darwin dreamt of a meteoroid flying towards the earth and destroying all life. Only he would be able to stop it, but not as he was now. For the sake of his tribe Darwin and his people would need to venture out into the world and evolve. During the game the player is directly in control of Darwin, but can also command the followers directly around him. These followers can be commanded to attack animals, carry items, or complete tasks such as building ramps and bridges. Finding items while exploring can increase Darwin's stats and the number of followers he can bring with...
Nintendo Entertainment System - July 1, 1990
"Okay little buddy, you just stay right behind your old pal the Skipper and everything's gonna be just fine. All we have to do is follow these clues and find the magic stone tablet and we can get off this forsaken island once and for all. So Gilligan, please try not to mess things up just this one time. Stay away from the quicksand and don't go wandering off into any dark caves. Can you promise me that, little buddy? Little buddy? Now where has he gone to? Gilligan, get out of that tree and stop messing around!! OK, just walk right in my footsteps and don't cause any more trouble or we could...
Sony PSP - April 24, 2007
The second Generation of Chaos strategy title on PSP (based on GoC V on PS2) takes place in this world divided into three warring planes. Each world has its own main character and story; therefore, players can experience three different stories at once. Depending on which world the player begins with, the difficulty level will differ. The lower world is regarded as the beginner's stage with many tutorials to guide the player through the game. The higher the world you choose to play with, the more difficult it becomes. Battle in each mode using a combination of incredible team customization and...
Windows - February 10, 2015
ÆRENA is a tactical, turn-based combat game with an unique Ætherpunk setting. Command formidable Champions, employ powerful Æther Shells and challenge your brain - not your fingers - in strategic, fast paced combat. It's like speed chess meets DotA in an Ætherpunk world!
Sega Genesis - 1992
You are the CEO of an airline company. Your goal is to become the most successful airline in the world by connecting all 22 cities with air routes, maintain a profit, and meet the required quota of passengers. If you cannot turn a profit for a year or meet the victory conditions in 32 years you lose. Some strategic decisions you must make include negotiating for open air routes, purchasing or selling aircraft, invest in branch offices and hotels, advertise your airline and set budgets. You must also pay attention to statistics like quarterly and annual sales reports, as well as city data....
Windows - 2004
Against Rome is a real-time strategy game set in the peak era of the Roman Empire. Players can represent Teutons, Huns and Celts, trying to retain their independence and expand their lands across Britain, Germany, Russia, Eastern Europe and Italy. Successful play involves being aggressive, brutal and greedy, as this was the only way to made inroads into Rome's power. The game's main campaign includes 24 missions, as well as accurate recreations of historical incidents. There are unique units, buildings, and even battle formations for each tribe. Chiefs earn glory points by fighting and can...
Sony Playstation 3 - October 30, 2009
The story progresses through various points plotted on a map. By visiting each point, the player has to battle the creatures, complete a quest, visit a town or go through a conversation to advance through the storyline and open up more points. Fighting plays out like a strategic RPG where each character has his/her own set of moves, but by moving each character to an appropriate square, you can chain characters together and pull off combos. After each round of combat, each character will regenerate AP and accumulate SP points. When enough SP points have been accumulated, characters can...
Windows - February 4, 2014
In the void before time flowed and space existed, the twelve gods were. Gods of light and darkness, they came together to create the world of Agarest, a perfect and divine paradise. The gods created life, bringing forth animals and plants by the thousands-among them the intelligent races, such as elves and humans. But even paradise cannot last forever, and in time, war darkened the skies of Agarest. Not a simple war between mortals, easily ended by divine intervention, but a war that split the gods themselves. Armies such as the world had never seen before, and would never see again, clashed...
Windows - February 19, 2015
…One day, the world was enveloped by a mysterious blinding light causing terrible destruction. The central continent, from where the light is believed to have originated, fell silent and slowly, demons began to emerge and spread throughout the world like a plague. Sometime afterwards, a young man by the name of Weiss, suffering from amnesia, encounters the enigmatic Eva who tells him that he has committed the sin of deicide. In order to atone for his crime he learns that he must become the "Vessel" in which the power of the divinity he slaughtered is to be stored. This power will be used...
Windows - April 5, 2016
Age of Conquest is a Risk-like turn-based grand strategy wargame. Command your armies in one of the many ancient and medieval countries including the Roman Empire, the Inca, France, Russia, Japan or the Chinese Dynasties. From Rome to Asian nations, you create your own warring experience. Wage colossal wars solo, against the AI, or take on your gaming friends in cross-platform multiplayer games. Form alliances and fight co-op style with the AI and other players for ultimate victory. Range of functionality is comprised of expansion, diplomacy and managing your nation's finances and economy....
Windows - October 15, 1997
Control your tribe with the mouse. Make them build houses, docks, farms, and temples. Advance your civilization through time by learning new skills. The game allows for the player to advance through the ages: stone age, tool age, bronze age. If the player would rather get away from the historical aspect, the game offers a random terrain generator and a custom scenario builder.
Windows - October 10, 2000
Age of Empires is a real-time strategy game where players build a great civilisation out of an Ice Age tribe over a period of 10,000 years. Players accomplish this by exploring their surroundings, conquering other civilisations and accumulating wealth. Key elements include building and controlling units and managing resources. Age of Empires 2: The Age of Kings starts the player out in the Dark Ages, roughly when Age of Empires ends. The goal remains the same: use advanced technology and troops to establish your civilisation's dominance. But now the player has better toys: each of the 13...
Windows - November 7, 2013
Exclusive to the HD Edition of the game available on Steam, The Forgotten originated as an unofficial modification for the game known as Forgotten Empires. The expansion pack is being developed by the team that created the mod with the assistance of Skybox Labs, based in Vancouver. The Forgotten introduces five new civilizations (the Italians, Indians, Slavs, Magyars, and Incas), six new campaigns, new units, new technologies, new gameplay modes, new maps, improved AI and other tweaks to gameplay.
Windows - April 9, 2013
In Age of Empires II: HD Edition, fans of the original game and new players alike will fall in love with the classic Age of Empires II experience. Explore all the original single player campaigns from both Age of Kings and The Conquerors expansion, choose from 18 civilizations spanning over a thousand years of history, and head online to challenge other Steam players in your quest for world domination throughout the ages. Originally developed by Ensemble Studios and reimagined in high definition by Hidden Path Entertainment, Microsoft Studios is proud to bring Age of Empires II: HD Edition to...
Windows - September 30, 1999
The Age of Kings focuses on building towns, gathering resources, creating armies, and destroying enemy units and buildings. Players conquer rival towns and empires as they advance one of 13 civilizations through four "Ages": the Dark Age, the Feudal Age, the Castle Age (The Middle Ages), and the Imperial Age, reminiscent of the Renaissance—a 1000 year timeframe.
Sony Playstation 2 - November 2, 2001
In Age of Empires II : Age of Kings, the player takes control of one of thirteen civilizations, including the Chinese, Goths, Britons, and Vikings, among others. The player starts with a handful of villagers, through expansion and careful handling of the economy, the player can advance up to the point where powerful war machines and well trained masses of troops will be the player's to make and control. There are three distinct ways to play, one of which the object is to hunt and kill the other player(s) king, however there are a lot of options for each, anywhere from what type of map to...