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Avery Cardoza's 100 Slots screenshotAvery Cardoza's 100 Slots 1997


Axis & Allies screenshotAxis & Allies 2004
While the classic Avalon Hill board game "Axis & Allies" has enjoyed a number of computer game conversions throughout the years, this 2004 version from Kohan developer TimeGate Studios is the first to translate the World War II turn-based strategy for real-time play. The game features two dozen single-player scenarios...


Aya screenshotAya 2001
Aya is an excellent freeware Go program coded by Hiroshi Yamashita. The game's AI ranks approximately around 12 Kyu in Japanese system, which means it should prove very challenging to a casual Go player. Aside from featuring a tough AI, the game sports pleasant graphics and a good nuimber of options,...


B-1 Nuclear Bomber screenshotB-1 Nuclear Bomber 1983
In B-1, you have to "fly" a B-1 bomber to it's destination, and destroy the target of the mission. You input text commands to control your bomber's altitude, course, radar, weapons, and so on. And, of course, the USSR will try to stop you from bombing their targets, with an...


Backgammon (ShareData) screenshotBackgammon (ShareData) 1987
Backgammon is one of those classical board games that are easy to learn but difficult to master. Playing against the computer might not be the best way, but it sure as hell beats playing against yourself. For all who might not know how to play backgammon, there's the rulebook included,...


Backgammon (Small Rockets) screenshotBackgammon (Small Rockets) 2001
Backgammon has been part of the gaming world in one form or another since early in the 16th century. Global Star Software's virtual presentation of the time-honored board game features novice, intermediate, and expert skill levels, online support, and four unique boards, including marble, metal and wood, as well as...


Backgammon Professional screenshotBackgammon Professional 1998
Backgammon Professional is a superb backgammon program by Oxford Softworks, a company famous for excellent computer algorithms in PC conversions of popular board games. All the features that backgammon players could hope for are here: polished graphics, intuitive interface, Internet and network play options, a variety of match play options...


Baldies screenshotBaldies 1996
An action-oriented strategy game in which you take control of sadistic (yet cute) little characters, Baldies invites you to wipe out the enemy Hairies and achieve total domination of the game world. Gameplay is centered mainly on resource management. Players must assign their Baldies the roles of Scientist, Soldier, Worker,...


Ballerburg screenshotBallerburg 2001
Defend a castle against attacks while laying siege to the enemy with well-placed projectiles in this German-developed PC game. A mix of traditional real-time strategy and action puzzle-solving, the basic concept of Castle Siege: Ballerburg may remind some older gamers of the early-'90s classic Rampart. The game's story, told tongue-in-cheek,...


Bandit screenshotBandit 1986
Bandit is a slot machine game. You start with $200 and you can play for $1 to $9 each time, by pressing the appropriate number key. After pulling the lever, three reels start to spin and when they stop you can see whether or not you have won money. You...


Bandit Kings of Ancient China screenshotBandit Kings of Ancient China 1989
In the 12th century, the Emperor Hui Zhong is faced with an internal rebellion led by Imperial Minister Gao Qiu. The Song Dynasty comes to an end, and Gao Qiu became the new ruler. You take the role of an exiled ruler, and you must build your stats up to...


Battalia screenshotBattalia 2001
Battalia is the most recent game designed by Dr. Peter Turcan, a passionate historical wargamer who pioneered the use of realistic 3D terrain and real-time gameplay in computer wargames in the early 1990s. Although the most ambitious and open-ended of all his games (designed primarily not to be a game,...


Battle Bugs screenshotBattle Bugs 1994
Battle Bugs is a highly entertaining, fantasy romp through the spoils of, well, food. You command your insect troops utilizing briefings, strategic plans, and a great deal of bravado. With 22 insect types and 56 levels, each containing a unique scenario, you have plenty of options to choose from as...


Battle Cheese screenshotBattle Cheese 1995
Battle Cheese has a Risk-Like interface which features a "cheese" theme. The rules however are significantly different than Risk. You gain points from holding territories and with these points buy units. These different types of units each have their own strengths and weaknesses and are different types of cheese. The...


Battle Chess 2: Chinese Chess screenshotBattle Chess 2: Chinese Chess 1994
Battle Chess II: Chinese Chess follows in the footsteps of the original Battle Chess by taking the ancient game of Chinese Chess and setting it on a living battlefield. Instead of hand-moving pieces, players direct armed soldiers, each representing one of the game's traditional pieces. The game adheres to Chinese...


Battle Commander screenshotBattle Commander 1999
Battle Commander is an above-average real-time strategy game from Korea that looks and plays very similar to Command & Conquer, down to graphical style of buildings and even the menus. Like Westwood's classic, Battle Commander offers a challenging balance between real-time combat and base building simulation. You need to gather...


Battle For Atlantis screenshotBattle For Atlantis 1990
A Risk-type game. The gamename sounds very good, the game itself isn't. The building of the screen takes ages. So does the game. ...


Battle for Midway (a.k.a. Midway Campaign) screenshotBattle for Midway (a.k.a. Midway Campaign) 1983
Midway Campaign is a computer simulation of the Battle of Midway Island in June 1942, arguably one of the most decisive battles in the history of warfare. They computer controls a huge force of Japanese ships whose objective is to invade and capture Midway Island. You command the badly outnumbered...


Battle for Moscow screenshotBattle for Moscow 2001
Battle for Moscow is a great unofficial PC version of a tabletop wargame of the same name, which was created by Frank Chadwick for Games Designer Workshop, and published on the Internet as a free game in 1996. Designed to introduce newcomers to the wargame genre, Battle of Moscow recreates...


Battle for Normandy screenshotBattle for Normandy 1983
June 6, 1941 The start of D-Day. Depending on your choice you will either lead or face the largest amphibious force ever assembled. As the Supreme Allied Commander your job is to establish beachheads on Utah, Omaha, Juno, Gold and Sword, consolidate them, then move out to capture the strategic...


Battle for Wesnoth screenshotBattle for Wesnoth 2005
Battle for Wesnoth is a turn-based strategy game, created with open-source programming tools. The game is continually in development, as online users can create and submit their own maps, units, campaign scenarios, and other content. Player armies are persistent and develop with experience and victory, similarly to character development in...


Battle Isle 93: The Moon of Chromos screenshotBattle Isle 93: The Moon of Chromos 1993
The story about the Drullian war against Skynet Titan continues. Here's a little summary of what happened so far: In the first part of Battle Isle you were recruited by the Drullian army to lead their forces against the raging supercomputer Skynet Titan. Thanks to your great leadership, the Drulls...


Battle Isle: The Andosia War screenshotBattle Isle: The Andosia War 2000
Battle Isle: The Andosia War is the third release in this series of tactical games. It combines elements of several different styles of strategy and war games, such as resource collection and management, city and base development, and strategic combat, all under the pressures of real-time competition. A thorough interface...


Battle of Antietam screenshotBattle of Antietam 1986
Battle of Antietam is a grand tactical simulation of the bloodiest day of the Civil War at the little town of Sharpsburg, Maryland along Antietam Creek. The game is played in 11 turns each representing 1 hour of real time. Players are awarded points based on casualties and territorial objectives. At...


Battle of Austerlitz, The screenshotBattle of Austerlitz, The 1989
An early computer wargame that depicts one of Napoleon's most famous battles, The Battle of Austerlitz is an innovative game that boasts real-time play and an easy-to-use interface. But like the authors' previous game Borodino: 1812, it is marred by superficial gameplay: ahistorical, arcade-style "tank rush" tactic is required to...


Battle Realms screenshotBattle Realms 2001
Simplification in a complicated gaming world is an elegant thing, if done right. Often, focusing on subtle details over a flood of features makes for a title worth returning to again and again. Battle Realms is a perfect example of the "less is more" concept put to good use, and...


Battle Zone screenshotBattle Zone 1983
Commonly considered the earliest progenitor of first-person shooters (FPS), Battlezone is a 3D tank game initially released in the arcades, and later converted officially to many systems. Earth has been invaded, and you and your tank lead the defensive effort. You drive around the battlefield from a first-person view, targeting...


Battleground 2: Gettysburg screenshotBattleground 2: Gettysburg 1996
For their first Battleground title set during the American Civil War, Talonsoft decided to follow a trend and use the Battle of Gettysburg as their subject material. Much like the Battle of the Bulge during World War II, Gettysburg is probably the most over-simulated pre-twentieth-century battle in the genre. Thankfully,...


Battleground 3: Waterloo  screenshotBattleground 3: Waterloo 1996
The Napoleonic Era, with its pomp and splendor, has always proved fertile ground for war game designers. Of course, as the centerpiece of the period the Battle of Waterloo has received extensive coverage, but never with such masterful treatment as the grognards at Talonsoft have managed with Battleground 3: Waterloo...


Battleground 4: Shiloh screenshotBattleground 4: Shiloh 1996
A traditional hex-grid turn-based war game, Battleground 4: Shiloh uses the award winning Battleground play system to recreate one of the most momentous and bloody conflicts of the American Civil War. Considered to be the first step on the road toward disaster for the Confederate Army, this decisive battle covers...


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