Windows - Released - 1999
In Darkstone, you are the chosen one to counter Draak's plan to plunge the world into a new Age of Darkness. Character choices are made from four classes (wizard/sorceress, assassin/thief, warrior/amazon or monk/priestess). The overall objective is to track down the seven crystals of the Time Orb, created a millennium ago from the tears of the benevolent goddess Kaliba and restore it. Only then will you have the power of the mighty Orb at your disposal to use as the ultimate weapon against Draak. By the numbers, Darkstone contains four distinct regions of Uma, more than 100 evil creatures...
Microsoft Xbox - August 30, 2004
The Guy Game is an adult video game for the PlayStation 2, Xbox and PC platforms published in 2004 by Gathering of Developers and developed by now-defunct Top Heavy Studios (it was the team's only game). Presented in a trivia gameshow style supporting up to four players, it consists of about 1,000 questions spread out over 20 episodes. Much of the game involves watching live-action video footage of young women in bikinis, and as the player succeeds in the game the women eventually expose their breasts. The game garnered much controversy and was the subject of a lawsuit.
Sony Playstation 2 - August 31, 2004
An FMV-based trivia game, The Guy Game pits you and up to three other players in a series of rounds in which you must answer multiple-choice trivia questions for top scores. Whether you play alone or with friends, you'll also be playing in the company of a couple of comic relief voiceovers that provide commentary, as well as dozens of co-eds out for spring break, who are more than happy to drop their tops off should they lose the questions. Their naughty bits are obscured by "Guy Game" logos, but depending on how much bonus score you get, you can remove the censoring from the clips and unlock...
Windows - October 31, 1998
Establish yourself as a mogul to be reckoned with as you work your way up the ranks of the railway industry in this strategy game. Expand your domain across continents and a changing global marketplace. Build the Transcontinental Railway or the Orient Express. Run Steam train through the jungles of Africa, or electric trains through the Swiss Alps. Run your competitors out of town on a rail. An 18 scenario campaign lets you re-create history's greatest railroading feats and failures. Your wealth can be built up with a sophisticated stock market with margin buying, short selling, and...
Windows - August 29, 2003
The basic premise is similar to The Sims in that the player has to care for the needs of a several individuals - here each with a unique predefined personality and different abilities. However the game is mission orientated and involves setting up a futuristic base and carrying out missions which involve mining minerals, developing relationships, harvesting resources to prevent running out of oxygen and power, collecting food, and fighting back alien attacks.
Windows - October 21, 2001
FireFly Studios' Stronghold is a combination of a building simulation (like SimCity) and a real-time strategy game. The player can build and conquer castles, populate lands with his peasants and defend his estate from invaders.
Windows - Released - July 31, 2002
Stronghold: Crusader is an RTS where you need to build a castle, manage the food and weapons production, resource influx, taxes and peasants' happiness and efficiency, while at the same time dealing with enemies and occasional disasters such as plagues, fires and pestilence. The game is a successor to Firefly Studios's 2001 game Stronghold. Crusader has much in common with the original Stronghold, but differs from its predecessor in the fact that the game is no longer set in a pseudo-Europe, instead being set in the Middle East during the Crusades.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 15, 2004
Vietcong is a 2003 tactical first-person shooter video game developed by Pterodon and 2K Czech and published by Gathering of Developers for Microsoft Windows. It is set during the Vietnam War in 1967. The expansion pack Vietcong: Fist Alpha was released in 2004 and was bundled with Vietcong as Vietcong: Purple Haze for the PC. Vietcong: Purple Haze was also released in 2004 for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox, ported by Coyote Games. An official add-on "Red Dawn" was released as a free downloadable content. A sequel to the game, Vietcong 2, was released in 2005.