MS-DOS - Released - November 1, 1996
In the future, resources became increasingly scarce, leading to continuous wars between various countries on Earth. The surface of the planet became so polluted that it was impossible for humanity to live on it any more. Nuclear explosions covered the outside world, and humans fled into the depths of the ocean. Soon, the continents were flooded, and nuclear winter imprisoned the Earth. However, humans continued to live in the stations on the ocean's bottom, in a new world without sunlight - a world called Aqua. By the middle of the 27th century, Aqua has been divided into the democratic...
Windows 3.X - Released - 1996
Battle Isle 2220: Shadow of the Emperor is a hex-based strategy game featuring live-action video sequences and real-time 3D fight animations.
MS-DOS - Released - June 30, 1997
If you're looking for an incredible adrenaline rush, you're sure to enjoy this stunning shoot'em'up from Blue Byte Software. Aliens have secretly set up operations on Earth, and it's down to you to ruin their sinister plans. Blast them from the skies with your futuristic Sioux AH-23 attack helicopter and pulverize them on the ground with the "Next Generation" T1 assault tank. Experience awesome real time 3D graphics as you battle your way through deep mountain ravines, complex subterranean caves, ancient Inca ruins and the aliens hi-tech underground complexes. Thanks to a higly advanced 3D...
MS-DOS - Released - 1996
The Settlers II History Edition is a modernized version of the detailed and humorous economic simulation. As the leader of the Romans, you take the fate of your people in your hands. Defy the elements and keep an eye on your opponents: Vikings, Nubians and Japanese. Includes The Settlers II, The Settlers II Mission, and the map editor.
Windows - November 30, 1998
The game begins with a cartoonish cutscene depicting three gods: Jupiter (leader of the Roman Pantheon), Horus (the falcon-headed Egyptian sun god) and Ch'ih-Yu (the legendary Chinese dragon). A messenger arrives with a message from the god's god telling them they must find a worthy leader or the universe and everything in it will be destroyed. The player assumes the role of a leader trying to prove they are talented enough to impress their god by conquering other civilizations and capturing as many territories.
Windows - Released - June 1, 2000
The Settlers III (German: Die Siedler III) is a real-time strategy video game developed by Blue Byte Software, being the second sequel to The Settlers, making it the third game in The Settlers series. An isometric city-building game, it was released on November 30, 1998. The most notable difference between this game and its two predecessors is that there are no more roads—all units, including carriers with goods, can walk around freely. This simplifies the building of a settlement, since only the distances between buildings are relevant, and not how roads can be constructed between them....
Windows - July 1, 2001
In The Settlers IV there are four races: the Mayans, the Vikings, the Romans, and the Dark Tribe. The game can be played via either singleplayer, playing against the computer, or against another human opponent, via multiplayer, and features a "free settle" mode where players are free to build a civilisation with no fear of attack.