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L.E.D. Wars screenshotL.E.D. Wars 1997
L.E.D. Wars is an above-average real-time strategy game that in the end plays like a low-cost alternative to Westwood's famous Command & Conquer series. The plot: in the 21st century cyberpunk world, people can't survive without liquid evolution drugs, or L.E.D. Your job is to secure your megacorporation's production of...


La Grande Armee screenshotLa Grande Armee 1991
Shareware simulation of Napoleonic era, set during the period of the First Empire. Similar to SDJ's other wargames, La Grande Armee was designed to be played with friends only-- no computer opponent is available. The game's strategic options and scope are quite decent, but the lack of computer player seriously...


Las Vegas EGA Casino, The (Version 2.0) screenshotLas Vegas EGA Casino, The (Version 2.0) 1991
Version 2.0 of The Las Vegas EGA Casino is an updated version of the original. The game now supports music ( the game plays Fats Waller's "Ain't Misbehavin'" on the title screen) and sound effects if you have a Sound Blaster card installed. People who registered the game also got a...


Las Vegas Super Casino screenshotLas Vegas Super Casino 1997
Las Vegas Super Casino includes six of the world's most popular casino games: Blackjack, Craps, Baccarat, Video Poker, Keno, and MEGA Slots. Gambling -- without losing money -- has a host of options including multiplayer, autoplay, adjustable bank limits, six different slot machines, and multiple decks. ...


Las Vegas Tycoon screenshotLas Vegas Tycoon 2003
Ever wonder if you have what it takes to own a casino? You'll have to start small and work your way up to the big leagues in this "Sin City" simulation. Las Vegas Tycoon puts you in control of every aspect of the casino, including the placement and payouts of...


Las Vegas Video Poker screenshotLas Vegas Video Poker 1987
With 20 coins in your hand, you approach the electronic poker machine confidently, with the aim of making a killing. There are several winning hands, with a Royal Flush paying out at 250-1, a Royal Flush at 50-1 and Four of a Kind at 20-1. Smaller winnings can be scored...


Laser Chess screenshotLaser Chess 2002
Laser Chess is an excellent Java fanmade version of a fun chess variant of the same name that first appeared on the Atari ST in the April 1987 issue of Compute! magazine as winner of a programming contest. Originally written by Mike Duppong, the game was later translated to a...


Laser Squad screenshotLaser Squad 1992
Laser Squad is by the same designer as Microprose's classic X-Com: UFO Defense. It brings to the table an immersive gameplay environment as well as many innovative ideas that weren't available in any other game of the time. In Laser Squad you control a group of "marine"-like soldiers (and the occasional...


Laser Squad: Nemesis screenshotLaser Squad: Nemesis 2002
Laser Squad Nemesis is a squad-based strategy game played over e-mail and developed by the team responsible for the original X-Com. The title is free, but only registered users may initiate games. Players who have not purchased a subscription are restricted to one race, three maps, and three free matches,...


Laserwars screenshotLaserwars 1994
In artillery games the players are compelled to calculate physical forces such as wind speed and gravity to determine where their shot lands. In the grid of this dueling arena (reminiscent of a simplified ), the players snipe with photons rather than lead shot, and hence concern themselves for the...


Last Call screenshotLast Call 2000
A most unusual type of simulation, Last Call puts you in the shoes of a bartender at the Last Call Bar. You serve drinks, "shmooze" the customers and, most importantly, rack up tips to advance to the later rounds. Gameplay is relatively easy in the earlier rounds as customers have...


Learn to Play Bridge screenshotLearn to Play Bridge 1999
Learn to Play Bridge is a solid Windows-based tutorial that teaches the basics of bridge to beginners withwell-designed presentations and clear instructions. Although it's not a "game" in a sense that you cannot play bridge against anyone, LTPB often asks you to play a hand during the presentation to test...


Legal Crime screenshotLegal Crime 1997
Legal Crime is a great Internet-only real-time strategy game from Byte Enchancters that died an early death, despite a very novel premise and well-designed game engine. Adrenaline Vault's review says it all: "In Legal Crime, you take your place at the head of a crime family and attempt to expand...


Legion Arena screenshotLegion Arena 2005
Following the retail release of Slitherine Software's Spartan (and its stand-alone expansion, Gates of Troy), the developer announced Legion Arena, an online game that can be downloaded and played for free. In the same theme as the recent retail games, Legion Arena has players taking control of a Roman legion...


Legions: Conquest and Diplomacy in the Ancient World screenshotLegions: Conquest and Diplomacy in the Ancient World 1994
A turn-based game of economics, diplomacy, and warfare in the ancient and early medieval world. The game is somewhat like Sid Meier's Civilization, but with a narrower focus. Design reflects significant historical research on the ancient world. ...


Lego Rock Raiders screenshotLego Rock Raiders 1999
In LEGO Rock Raiders, you lead and control a team of highly trained engineers as they explore three underground worlds consisting of lava, ice and rock. Your objective is to mine tunnels and collect energy crystals and LEGO ore to be used to power and build new machinery. Obstacles and...


Leong screenshotLeong 1990
Leong is a decent one-player board game from Robert Roberds of BSX International. As you would expect from a shareware developer that is famous for original games, Leong is yet another invention by Mr. Roberds - although this time it is not that different from a more complex version of...


Letter Targets screenshotLetter Targets 2004
Letter Targets is a freeware ASCII-style game with gameplay similar to Hangman and Wheel of Fortune. Every puzzle number has the same mechanic: you can either choose a puzzle by typing the number or you can just select play and you will get a random puzzle. The length of the...


Liberation Army screenshotLiberation Army 2004
Liberation Army is a unique and compelling blend of real-time strategy, tactical planning, and shoot 'em up from Japan. Your objective as an army commander is to defeat the computer-controlled opponent by leading your "mechs" and spaceships in huge space battles. The game is a clever blend of turn-base and...


Liberation Day screenshotLiberation Day 1998
Liberation Day is a strategy combat game in which the player takes on the computer's forces in a format that should be familiar to anyone who has played other top-down, turn-based strategy games such as the classic X-COM: UFO Defense from Microprose. The view of the action is from overhead,...


Liberty or Death screenshotLiberty or Death 1993
The European Wars against Spain and France have been costly to the British Empire. In order to gain additional funds for the war effort, the Crown raise taxes from the New World colonies without representation. This act compels the New World colonies to protest and boycott against British rule. By...


Lin Wu's Challenge screenshotLin Wu's Challenge 1991
In this Shanghai / Solitaire Mahjongg variant, player should challenge many persons all over the world one-by-one on his way to Chinese master Lin Wu. However, when all human opponents will be beaten, supercomputer opponent appears. Password is given to the player after each victory to continue the game progress. Player...


Line in The Sand screenshotLine in The Sand 1992
A Line the Sand is a conversion of the board war game by TSR of the same name. It depicts a variety of conflicts in the Middle East, including the Gulf War and hypothetical conflicts involving nations like Iran, Israel and Saudi Arabia. Gameplay is turn-based, with each side being able to...


Liquid War screenshotLiquid War 2002
Liquid War is a very unique and addictive wargame designed for multiplayer. The game's real-time nature and complete lack of conventional units may make it look more like a psychedelic action game than a wargame, but it won't take long for anyone to see that strategy is more important to...


LOA2D (a.k.a. Lines of Action 2D) screenshotLOA2D (a.k.a. Lines of Action 2D) 2000
LOA2D is a great computer version of Lines of Action, a fun but little-known abstract board game invented by Claude Soucie and described in the book "A Gamut of Games" by legendary board game designer Sid Sackson. The game is played on a typical 8x8 checker/chess board, starting with each...


Loader Larry screenshotLoader Larry 1992
Larry Lontrose is a part-time dock loader. He is very ambitious and wants to be promoted up the corporate ladder. By solving the 40 mind-bending puzzle rooms, you can help Larry fulfill his dreams. Each room has objects like boxes, balloons, TNT and much more! Use these objects and avoid...


Lord of the Rings, The: Battle for Middle-Earth screenshotLord of the Rings, The: Battle for Middle-Earth 2004
Amid chaotic, constantly changing battles of swords and sorcery, players lead their forces in a desperate struggle to save Middle-Earth. Built on EA's Command & Conquer: Generals engine, The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth is a real-time strategy game set in the world of the Peter Jackson...


Lord of the Rings, The: The Battle for Middle Earth II screenshotLord of the Rings, The: The Battle for Middle Earth II 2006
Once one of the dominant genres on computers, real-time strategy games have slowly, gradually fallen out of favor with publishers and consumers alike. One reason is the lack of ingenuity, with a glut of games aspiring to do little more than deliver a Command & Conquer or an Age of...


Lord of the Rings, The: War of the Ring screenshotLord of the Rings, The: War of the Ring 2003
Developed by Liquid Entertainment and published by Sierra, The Lord of the Rings: War of the Ring is the first three-dimensional real-time strategy game for PC based on J.R.R. Tolkien's saga of good versus evil, The Lord of the Rings. The environments of The Lord of the Rings: War of...


Lords of Conquest screenshotLords of Conquest 1987
Lords of Conquest is influenced by the boardgame Risk. You and your opponent start by selecting countries in turn from a map. This can be randomly generated based on requested numbers of countries and volumes of water, chosen from one of the 19 predefined ones, or created using the inbuilt...


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