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Universe 2 screenshotUniverse 2 1986
What can I say? Not my type of game simply because you start the game with no clue of what to do. I did find out that Universe 2 is a very detailed game where you have to explore and trade in an unknown universe with your spaceship like seen...


Unnatural Selection screenshotUnnatural Selection 1993
UnNatural Selection is actually an interesting hybrid of two game types. You can tinker around in your lab with genetic manipulation and create better and stronger mutated animals to your heart's content (sort of a SimLife simulation) or you can approach the game as a strategic battleground and wage the...


Uprising screenshotUprising 1997
The story of Uprising is your typical affair. You're part of a rebel faction fighting against a large common enemy, in this game, the Imperium. The story will take you across numerous worlds in your fight against the Imperium, and you are the only one with the technology to stop...


Uprising 2: Lead and Destroy screenshotUprising 2: Lead and Destroy 1998
Uprising II: Lead and Destroy, is the sequel to Uprising, the great game that got the ball rolling on the new hybrid action/strategy genre. There have been other games that have since been released to capitalize on this genre (Activision's Battlezone, for example), but none, to me, captured the feeling...


Urban Assault screenshotUrban Assault 1998
Urban Assault is a superb and highly underrated blend of real-time strategy and first-person shooter genres - much like Uprising but with significant differences, particularly in strategic options. The Adrenaline Vault's detailed review says it all: "The game's recipe looks a little like this: one part ID4, a teaspoon of...


USCF Chess screenshotUSCF Chess 1998
Licensed by and designed with the United States Chess Foundation, USCF Chess from Indigo Moon/Interplay is the only official chess program sanctioned by the U.S.C.F. and the only chess product to give users an official U.S.C.F. National Rating. Despite boasting one of the most advanced artificial chess intelligence ever created...


Utopia screenshotUtopia 1991
Utopia takes the Sim City gameplay concept and adds a military element to it. The game is set in the distant future, where your job is nothing less than Colony Administrator for a new settlement on some far-flung planet. Your aim is to provide the highest Quality of Life rating...


V for Victory screenshotV for Victory 1993
V for Victory is a wargame from early 1991 that has four scenario packs. However, when it was initially released to public, it was sold like one game and three expansions. Now you can get this game with his four scenarios in a single download. V for Victory take place at...


V for Victory: Gold Juno Sword screenshotV for Victory: Gold Juno Sword 1993
The company's blurb, in contrast to normal hyperbole, is an accurate description of these games: "The V for Victory series sets a new standard for computer wargames. It is the most complete, accurate, and realistic simulation of large scale WWII ground combat ever produced. Yet V for Victory is remarkably...


V for Victory: Market Garden screenshotV for Victory: Market Garden 1993
The company's blurb, in contrast to normal hyperbole, is an accurate description of these games: "The V for Victory series sets a new standard for computer wargames. It is the most complete, accurate, and realistic simulation of large scale WWII ground combat ever produced. Yet V for Victory is remarkably...


V for Victory: Utah Beach screenshotV for Victory: Utah Beach 1991
V for Victory: Utah Beach thrusts the player into the role of a military strategist during the Normandy invasion of WWII. As the American commander, the player has to overcome strong German resistance to occupy the Cotentin peninsula and the vital port facilities at Cherborg. Or, as the German Commander,...


V for Victory: Velikye Luki screenshotV for Victory: Velikye Luki 1992
The company's blurb, in contrast to normal hyperbole, is an accurate description of these games: "The V for Victory series sets a new standard for computer wargames. It is the most complete, accurate, and realistic simulation of large scale WWII ground combat ever produced. Yet V for Victory is remarkably...


Vantage Master Online screenshotVantage Master Online 2002
Vantage Master Online is a fun fantasy wargame from Japan's Falcom. Like Lord Monarch before it, VMO is a freeware Windows release of Falcom's console title that was reasonably popular in Japan. Best described as "Fantasy General Lite," VMO is a turn-based, hex-based wargame that depicts the battle between spirit...


VC screenshotVC 1983
VC (Viet Cong) is a distinctive simulation which puts the player in a position to manage both military pacification forces and the public civilian political climate. Your task is to manage a Province with ARV (Army of the Republic of South Vietnam) forces along with U.S. Air Calvary and U.S....


Vegas Bandit screenshotVegas Bandit 1994
Vegas Bandit is a slot machine simulation. You start the game with 100 coins, and can bet 1 to 3 coins. After betting, click on the handle to pull it down, and the results will show up on the screen. Should you run out of coins, a new game can...


Vegas Casino 2 screenshotVegas Casino 2 1988
Vegas Casino 2 is a craps and roulette simulation written by Tarheel Technologies and distributed by Mastertronic. Although the 'prequel' Vegas Casino was billed as "The Ultimate Gambling Compendium Program," VG2 is at best an "add-on" judging from much lesser content and budget price ($9.99). The game essentially offers two...


Vegas Pro Video Poker screenshotVegas Pro Video Poker 1989
Utilizing simple graphics Vegas Pro Video Poker simulates the popular video poker machines found in Las Vegas. The type of game played here is Five-Card-Draw where five cards are dealt to the player and he/she must choose from these which they would like to discard and re-draw as by default...


Victoria: An Empire Under the Sun screenshotVictoria: An Empire Under the Sun 2003
Victoria: An Empire Under the Sun presents turn-based strategists with nearly a century's worth of world history, to follow faithfully or change as they see fit. Transported to the time of Queen Victoria's reign of the English empire, players must build up their chosen nation in an effort to obtain...


Video Slots Pack screenshotVideo Slots Pack 1997


Viking Siege screenshotViking Siege 2001
Viking Siege is a great DOS version of hnefa-tafl (literally "King's table"), a great Scandinavian board game that was immensely popular across northern Europe in the dark ages. The game is similar to chess in that planning and tactical considerations are required, although the rules are simpler. The most interesting...


Vikings: Fields of Conquest screenshotVikings: Fields of Conquest 1993
The sequel to Kingdoms of England is turn-based medieval strategy game for up to six humans or computer opponents. Each player assumes the role of a Lord in control of a Kingdom with up to twenty armies to command in an attempt to become Sole Ruler and King of Medieval...


Vikings: The Strategy of Ultimate Conquest screenshotVikings: The Strategy of Ultimate Conquest 1996
Vikings is a fun but little-known adventure/strategy hybrid that was released for Windows. In this unique game, you play the chief of a Viking tribe in the 9th century. At the start of the game, you pick your nationality (Norway, Sweden, or Denmark), and pick your ruling land, then decide...


Virtual Chess for Windows screenshotVirtual Chess for Windows 1995
One of the most underrated chess games ever made, Titus' Virtual Chess for Windows is a fun chess game that offers multiple skill levels, although the game's strenght lies in excellent tutorial options that novices will find very instructive. Based on an award-winning algorithm, Virtual Chess boasts great 3D models...


Virtual Plateau screenshotVirtual Plateau 1999
Virtual Plateau is a great freeware PC version of Plateau, a fun and unique board game designed by Jim Albea. The object of this interesting game is to either make a stack of pieces six tall, or capture and hold six enemy pieces. Game Cabinet contains a good description and...


Volcano screenshotVolcano 2001
Volcano is a very fun and unique real-time "god game." You play a god who could be benevolent (Gaia) or malicious (Thanatos); who either prevent villagers from deadly lava that is flowing from an erupting volcano, or kill them all. The gameplay is very easy to learn: the only thing you...


Vulcan screenshotVulcan 1988
Vulcan is a third entry in R. T. Smith's World War II trilogy, including Arnhem and Desert Rats. It simulates the Tunisian Campaign in 1942-43 from the arrival of the 'Torch' Task Force and their race for Tunis, to the final battle of 'Operation Vulcan'. There are 5 armies (3...


Wages of War: The Business of Battle screenshotWages of War: The Business of Battle 1996
With constant conflicts in the Middle East only escalating by the year 2000, it's hardly surprising that a limited nuclear war would totally destroy the world's most important source of oil. This shortage, by limiting military strength and technological development, led to economic conflicts, partial military collapse and severe oil...


Walls of Rome screenshotWalls of Rome 1993
In many ways, Walls of Rome is similar to a previous Mindcraft game Siege but more importantly the focus should be on the many important improvements the developers have incorporated in this title. Up to four Barracks are now available to the attacker to place on his battlefield from which...


War College, The (a.k.a. Universal Military Simulator 3) screenshotWar College, The (a.k.a. Universal Military Simulator 3) 1995
The War College is the third and final installment in Ezra Sidran's Universal Military Simulator series of tactical war games. The simulation's core principle is a departure from traditional turn-based, hex tile mechanics towards real-time rendering of unit movement on accurately recreated topographical maps of historical battlefields. The presentation remains highly...


War Diary screenshotWar Diary 1997
War Diary is a real-time strategy game which uses the 16th century Korea as background. There two rival armies fight about the supremacy. The economic system is based on three resources - food, wood and metal - which are used to construct buildings or troops. These can also be purchased...


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