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Ludo screenshotLudo 2001
Ludo is an excellent computer version of an Indian board game of the same name, which is also known as Parcheesi or Pachisi. In this game in which luck and skill are equally important, up to 4 players race each other around the circuit to be the first to get...


M.A.X. 2 screenshotM.A.X. 2 1998
M.A.X. 2 offered little that was new at the time of its release. It is a standard collect the resources, build the units, send them after the enemy affair. It is a well-designed and fun game, but compared to other games such as Total Annihilation and Starcraft, it has a...


M.A.X.: Mechanized Assault & Exploration screenshotM.A.X.: Mechanized Assault & Exploration 1996
As its name implies, M.A.X.: Mechanized Assault and Exploration is a conquer 'n' plunder-type strategy game in the same vein as the Warcraft or Command & Conquer series, albeit with a few interesting twists. The goal of M.A.X. is to colonize newly-discovered planets, controlling the resources found there, and defend...


MacArthur's War screenshotMacArthur's War 1990
MacArthur's War is a round-based 2D simulation of the Korean War. ( June 1950 - April 1951 ) You take the role of Douglas MacArthur, the commander in chief of the United Nations forces but you can also assume the role of the Chinese general staff. Confronted with the Korean...


Machiavelli The Prince (a.k.a. Merchant Prince) screenshotMachiavelli The Prince (a.k.a. Merchant Prince) 1995
Machiavelli the Prince is a strategy game about power and what you do with it. You're the leader of one of the major factions in Europe when Venice was the center of trade in the 14th century. The objective of the game is varied and the quote on the cover...


Machine Hunter screenshotMachine Hunter 1997
Machine Hunter fits squarely into that has-been category of top-down, low-res, action scrollers with chunky, 2D sprites. If anything, this game's lengthy production cycle and numerous name changes should have been MGM's first clues that Machine Hunter was a lost cause. It was originally called H.O.S.T (with no explanation of the...


Machines screenshotMachines 1999
Machines is an average RTS game with similarities to Command & Conquer and several other titles in the genre. Both sides in the conflict have the same units and features, distinguishable only by different colors. The premise is that the human race died out (no reason given) and their machine...


Mad News screenshotMad News 1994
Mad News is another German business-simulation. You are chief-editor of a boulevard-newspaper. With spectacular stories you try to push your newspaper edition (and your account). You also can earn money with commercials in your paper. Two other papers are in competition with you. This is the unofficial sequel to Mad TV. ...


Maelstrom screenshotMaelstrom 1992
A space strategy game with a good deal of adventure-like plot elements mixed in. After the last great war, a small and previously unnoticed planet, Zokbar J, seized the opportunity and pounced on the broken pieces, creating the "Syndicate," which now vies for domination of the galaxy. You defected, and...


Magic & Mayhem (a.k.a. Duel: The Mage Wars) screenshotMagic & Mayhem (a.k.a. Duel: The Mage Wars) 1998
The story of Magic & Mayhem is a familiar one. You are an enthusiastic young wizard and upon graduating from the magic academy, you report for duty at your favorite uncle's laboratory, only to find it wrecked and your uncle gone. You must find your uncle, by completing over 30...


Magic & Mayhem 2: The Art of Magic screenshotMagic & Mayhem 2: The Art of Magic 2001
The real-time fantasy adventure The Art of Magic: Magic & Mayhem can be played as a campaign, individual battles, or multiplayer with up to eight human/computer players on a LAN or the Internet. Although the game is technically a sequel to Magic & Mayhem, the storyline takes place several centuries...


Magic: The Gathering screenshotMagic: The Gathering 1997
The phenomenal success of Wizards of the Coast's Magic collectible card game is unparalleled in card gaming history. Although it stands to reason that computer games based upon this property would probably be a success, an automatic assumption of accomplishment is not always warranted (see Magic: The Gathering - Battlemage)....


Magic: The Gathering - Battlegrounds screenshotMagic: The Gathering - Battlegrounds 2003
As in the original collectible fantasy card game from Wizards of the Coast, Inc., players of this online virtual version select a duelist and two of five deck colors in an effort to defeat rivals by reducing their life to zero. The game offers a single-player Quest Mode divided into...


Magic: The Gathering: BattleMage screenshotMagic: The Gathering: BattleMage 1997
I'll save you some time by getting right to the point: Magic: The Gathering - Battlemage is a complete waste of time. One might wonder how a game based upon such a property as popular as Magic could go so far awry. I can sum it up in one word: Interface....


Magnetic screenshotMagnetic 1993
This strategical board game is flown between two players and it deals with tiles of two colors. In turns players place tile of their color on the 10x10 board, and if single tile of opposite color is between tiles of player's color, such tile changes it color and becomes player's...


MahJong screenshotMahJong 2001
MahJong is a nice little Mahjong game included for free with DOS/V, a Japan magazine. The game offers a no-frills, no-nonsense Mahjong experience. If you don't know how to play the game, this one isn't for you as it doesn't provide any rules or guidance to introduce you to the...


Majesty: Gold Edition screenshotMajesty: Gold Edition 2002
The Kingdom of Ardania needs a sovereign ruler. Although diversity flourishes in the many races that make up its population, this ancient land of magic, strange creatures and shifting aspects is in dire need of a ruler to unite the people and defeat the creeping evil that is causing the...


Malkari screenshotMalkari 1999
A solar system dies as a rogue star enters and destroys gravitational forces in effect for millennium. Orbits warp, planets collide and life comes to an ignominious end. Fortunately, although the catastrophe occurs in what is a nano-second of universal time, the inhabitants of the Malkari system see it coming...


Mall Tycoon screenshotMall Tycoon 2002
Design the shopping center of your dreams -- or nightmares -- with Holistic Design's Mall Tycoon. Veterans of earlier games with "tycoon" in the title should find their basic development and management skills well applied here, while seasoned shoppers who have spent more time at the kiosks than the keyboard...


Mall Tycoon 3 screenshotMall Tycoon 3 2005
Aspiring real estate moguls can test their business savvy by building a commercially viable shopping center and then supervising its management and growth. Mall Tycoon 3 offers players more than 40 stores to create their dream mall, from restaurants to multiplexes, before they are put to the test by throngs...


Malta Storm screenshotMalta Storm 1989
Malta Storm is an simulation of the battle for the Mediterranean that took place between December 1941 and August 1942. It's a turn based war game that's entirely text based. Each turn is three weeks long and for each you'll have to make decisions on both strategic and operational plans....


Man of War screenshotMan of War 1997


Man of War II: Chains of Command screenshotMan of War II: Chains of Command 1999
Man of War II: Chains of Command is the sequel to Strategy First's original game, Man of War. If you're not familiar with the Man of War series of games (as most people aren't, most likely), then let me enlighten you. Man of War and its sequel both take place...


Mario's Game Gallery screenshotMario's Game Gallery 1995
The game is a collection of board games, in which you play with Mario. He talks to you, playing Checkers, Go Fish, Dominoes, Backgammon, Yacht. Most of games can be played for Yoshis or Koopas - tribes of animals. ...


Massive Assault screenshotMassive Assault 2003
In Massive Assault players take control of the Free Nations Union, formed shortly after the end of the third world war in 2058. A group called the Phantom League emerges in 2099 and is bent on global domination. As war becomes imminent and each force increases the strength of its...


Master of Magic screenshotMaster of Magic 1994
Master of Magic (or MoM as it came to be known to its fans) is a wonderful melding of the real-time strategy genre to a fantasy universe. This game owes its existence to two previous Microprose games: Civilization and Master of Orion. And if you enjoyed either or both of...


Master of Orion screenshotMaster of Orion 1993
The best turn-based, science fiction strategy game of its day. Master of Orion, or MOO as it is known, set the standard for science fiction based empire building games. Its advanced diplomacy system allows for victory to be achieved entirely through trade and diplomatic means. The Galactic Council can vote...


Master of Orion 2: Battle at Antares screenshotMaster of Orion 2: Battle at Antares 1996
Master of Orion II (MOO2) tries to capitalize on the phenomenal success of the original by providing a new and exciting game while retaining the features we really enjoyed in the first. It mostly succeeds. As you begin a game Of MOO2, a couple of things are immediately apparent. First, this...


Master of Orion 3 screenshotMaster of Orion 3 2003
The name "Master of Orion" carries a demanding pedigree. The original Master of Orion is truly a classic game. It sits alongside Sid Meier's Civilization and the all-but-forgotten Master of Magic in MicroProse's triumvirate of early-1990s PC empire-building, which defined the genre and will continue to influence it for generations...


MathDa, The screenshotMathDa, The 2000
The MathDa is a challenging and refreshingly unique board game for 2 players (computer player is available) with a simple premise: place numbered tiles with values between 1 to 25 on the board until there is no more empty space. The only catch is that the value of each number...


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