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Elite Warriors: Vietnam screenshotElite Warriors: Vietnam 2005
This first-person, squad-based shooter is set in the jungles of Southeastern Asia during the Vietnam War. Players take the role of a special forces officer to lead Montagnard tribesmen ("Civilian Irregular" soldiers) and Greet Berets through a series of missions involving rescue, capture, recon, and other objectives. Elite Warriors: Vietnam...


Em@il Games: X-COM screenshotEm@il Games: X-COM 1999
Hasbro Interactive em@il Games: X-COM -- First Alien Invasion is an interesting -- though slow moving -- game which is a good deal of fun. Playing it is a bit like playing chess by mail, though not nearly as difficult. To be honest, when I first loaded the game onto my...


Emergency 2: The Ultimate Fight for Life screenshotEmergency 2: The Ultimate Fight for Life 2002
Players in Emergency 2: The Ultimate Fight for Life are tasked with coordinating immediate response teams to situations involving fire, rescue, hostage recovery, and disasters (manmade and natural) by managing aspects such as crowd and road control, injuries, negotiations, and more. As in real life, efficiently controlling the scene is...


Emergency 3 screenshotEmergency 3 2005
Emergency 3 is both an exasperating and riveting game, which seems strangely appropriate given its disaster rescue theme. If any other release demanded this much work, inspired this much frustration, players would be expected to turn off the computer and promptly use the software for their next drink coasters. Emergency...


Emergency: Fighters for Life screenshotEmergency: Fighters for Life 1998
Accidents, crimes, catastrophes -- life is filled with emergencies. Some are man-made, others the result of natural disasters beyond man's control. In Emergency Fighters for Life you are the buffer between death and salvation for the many victims caught in these disastrous situations. You'll face life and death decisions and...


Emperor of The Fading Suns screenshotEmperor of The Fading Suns 1996
Far in the future, humanity has expanded throughout the universe. Cultures have flourished throughout the galaxy, but peaceful moments are often stained by strife and contention. This is such a time. The emperor, eager to take the authority of the powerful church into his hands, has been assassinated, and chaos...


Emperor: Battle for Dune screenshotEmperor: Battle for Dune 2001
Westwood Studios returns to the sand dunes of Arrakis in hopes of striking pay dirt, not in spice, but the spirit of the world that launched the real-time strategy (RTS) genre in 1992 with Dune II. Instead of rediscovering that winning blueprint, they turn up a voracious monster lurking beneath...


Emperor: Rise of the Middle Kingdom screenshotEmperor: Rise of the Middle Kingdom 2002
The historically themed city-building made popular in Impressions games such as Caesar III and Zeus: Master of Olympus moves from the Mediterranean to the Far East with this release set in ancient China. Emperor: Rise of the Middle Kingdom takes players behind the Great Wall to nurture a metropolis that...


Empire Deluxe screenshotEmpire Deluxe 1993
An updated version of White Wolf's earlier Empire game, which was based on a wargame dating back to early mainframe days. One to six players (human or computer with three levels of intelligence) compete to conquer the world using their ground, air, and sea units. There are three versions of the...


Empire Earth screenshotEmpire Earth 2001
As a rule, the history of humanity's time on Earth is usually summed up by the development of mankind's tools and weapons. Since games about armaments tend to fare better than games about hardware, it is little wonder that Empire Earth charts the 500,000+ history of man by advancements in...


Empire Earth II screenshotEmpire Earth II 2005
Real-time strategists lead humble, stone-age tribes to conquer the world, through 15 epochs spanning 12,000 years of humankind's past, present, and future, in this Mad Doc Software sequel to Stainless Steel Studios' critically acclaimed Empire Earth. Free-form and multiplayer gamers can choose their factions from a wide selection -- German,...


Empire II: The Art of War screenshotEmpire II: The Art of War 1996
Empire II: The Art of War is a further update of the classic computer wargame. (See Empire Deluxe.) This version includes more terrains and more sighting and movement rules. A significant change is that land units can take damage in a skirmish instead of simply winning or losing (being destroyed)....


Empire of Magic screenshotEmpire of Magic 2003
Empire of Magic is a turn-based strategy game following the adventures of a young magician, Artemian. Players will begin their adventure by investigating the disappearance of a local prince. However, Artemian's quest quickly expands as undead hordes ravage a falling empire and civil war begins. Sixteen scenarios take players through...


Empire of the Ants screenshotEmpire of the Ants 2000
Based on the book of the same name by Bernard Werber, this unusual game from Microids challenges players to feed their workers, expand their colony, and protect the queen at all costs. Though perhaps borrowing slightly from Maxis' 1991 SimAnt in theme and setting, Empire of the Ants offers state-of-the-art...


Empire: Wargame of the Century screenshotEmpire: Wargame of the Century 1987
The object of the game is simple - gain control of the entire world by using your armies to crush your opponents. You'll start off with a city, which must then produce armies, that are used to conquer more cities. The array of unit types is limited to eight, including...


Empires: Dawn of the Modern World screenshotEmpires: Dawn of the Modern World 2003
Much like Stainless Steel Studios' first game, Empire Earth, Empires: Dawn of the Modern World is a 3D strategy title in which players must lead a civilization to global domination. The game takes place from 950 AD to 1950 AD, which includes the Middle Ages, Gunpowder Age, Imperial Age, World...


Encyclopedia of War: Ancient Battles screenshotEncyclopedia of War: Ancient Battles 1988
This game is actually a lot like chess! It's a games designed to simulate pitched battles in the Ancient world. There is a set of armies available from the earliest times until the fall of the Western Roman Empire, in 475 A.D. You can design the terrain and/or units, set-up each...


Enemy Infestation screenshotEnemy Infestation 1998
With all the real-time strategy games out there, Enemy Infestation received almost no press prior to its release. And that's a shame. While it's not a terrible game by any means, it does have some annoyances that keep it from being great. The name of the game here is to wipe...


Enemy Nations screenshotEnemy Nations 1996
Even if Enemy Nations belongs to the growing category of real-time strategy games, it offers several features never seen before that will bring a wind of fresh air to the genre. At first glance, the game resembles Deadlock (Accolade) and This Means War! (MicroProse) put together, taking the best advantages...


Entrepreneur screenshotEntrepreneur 1997
In Entrepreneur you assume the role of a company executive in an attempt to take over the world ... market. You employ sales reps, marketing campaigns, price controls and government bribes to take over product markets in sales regions across the world. Oh, I almost forgot: you can also improve...


Epic Checkers screenshotEpic Checkers 1995
In 1995, Epic Megagames published a number of shareware computerized board games designed by Twisted Pine Software. Branded "Brainiacs" series after a movie of the same name, the games did not do well commercially, and today remain some of Epic's most obscure releases. Which is a pity, because Epic Hoppers,...


Epic Connect screenshotEpic Connect 1995
In 1995, Epic Megagames published a number of shareware computerized board games designed by Twisted Pine Software. Branded "Brainiacs" series after a movie of the same name, the games did not do well commercially, and today remain some of Epic's most obscure releases. Which is a pity, because Epic Hoppers,...


Epic Hoppers screenshotEpic Hoppers 1995
In 1995, Epic Megagames published a number of shareware computerized board games designed by Twisted Pine Software. Branded "Brainiacs" series after a movie of the same name, the games did not do well commercially, and today remain some of Epic's most obscure releases. Which is a pity, because Epic Hoppers,...


Epidemic! screenshotEpidemic! 1983
As officer of the United Nations World Health, your job is to respond quickly and effectively with nuclear strikes to stem a global epidemic. While gameplay is somewhat abstruse, the unique and intriguing concept makes this one of the most unique games you'll ever come across. ...


Etherlords screenshotEtherlords 2001
Imagine the lone prospector who has searched his entire life for the mother lode, as he stumbles upon a vein of gold worth millions in "them thar hills" and then watches the missiles of Armageddon fly overhead, announcing the end of the world. Or reminisce to The Twilight Zone episode...


Etherlords 2 screenshotEtherlords 2 2003
It is the era after the "Time of Change," and four races -- Synthets, Chaots, Vitals, and Kinets -- battle for domination. Etherlords II continues the turn-based tactical gameplay of Etherlords with refined strategic options, more creature-cards to control, and a powerful map editor. Players now control the same hero...


Europa 1400: The Guild screenshotEuropa 1400: The Guild 2002
Europa 1400: The Guild presents the tumultuous and fascinating world of late medieval Europe. Players will choose their parentage, careers, and goals, then venture into a world of trade, religion, and trickery. Occupations include trading, thieving, blacksmithing, and literary pursuits. Mission or dynasty gameplay modes allow players to slowly amass...


Europa Universalis screenshotEuropa Universalis 2000
The out-of-the-box version of Europa Universalis is a bit of a disappointment. While the game's design is well-considered and interesting, another round of quality-checking might have helped fix the numerous programming flaws. First, and most annoying, is the inability to save the tutorial scenario. This is made even worse by the...


Europa Universalis 2 screenshotEuropa Universalis 2 2001
This sequel to the turn-based strategy trading game returns players to the 'Age of Exploration' to lead their nation to conquer new territory, develop new colonies, and establish trade routes that will secure a powerful and prosperous future. The game's timeline begins in the year 1419 and runs to the...


Europa Universalis: Crown of the North screenshotEuropa Universalis: Crown of the North 2003
Europa Universalis: Crown of the North concentrates on northern Europe from 1275 to 1340; the nobles and the church held most of the power, but Sweden teeters on the verge of civil war. Players can control Norway, Sweden, or Denmark (each has two playable factions) and attempt to survive the...


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