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Mini-Avalanche screenshotMini-Avalanche 2001
Mini-Avalanche is a nice little PC version of Avalanche, a 1966 reflexes-oriented game from Parker Brothers. In this 2-player game, the players take turns dropping balls from the top of the board. On their way to the bottom, the balls will be stoped by several seesaws (called "gates" in the...


Mission: Humanity screenshotMission: Humanity 2000
The story in Mission: Humanity begins as aliens attack Earth and destroy most of human civilization. During the hard fought war, the Humans are able to recover and reverse-engineer important pieces of spacecraft and other alien technology, eventually gaining the ability to construct spaceships of their own. With all of...


MissionForce: Cyberstorm screenshotMissionForce: Cyberstorm 1996
MissionForce: CyberStorm is more than your traditional, run-of-the-mill turn based strategy game. Based on the Earthsiege universe, it throws you into the role of a Unitech soldier. Unitech is a major corporation that has built its foundation around mining throughout the planet. Everything was going well until the evil Cybrids,...


ML Crux screenshotML Crux 1991
Between 1987 and 1990, Bob Lancaster wrote 6 games that he released under the name of "MicroLink," a PC user group he belonged to. All the games boast simple, ASCII-character graphics, but the excellent gameplay and range of options make them stand the test of time. The excellent review at...


ML Push Your Luck screenshotML Push Your Luck 1990
Between 1987 and 1990, Bob Lancaster wrote 6 games that he released under the name of "MicroLink," a PC user group he belonged to. All the games boast simple, ASCII-character graphics, but the excellent gameplay and range of options make them stand the test of time. MobyGames' description says it all...


ML Shut the Box screenshotML Shut the Box 1989
Shut the Box is a version of a classic dice game. Players roll a pair of dice. They then select digits from 1 to 9 that total the same number as the dice. Once a digit is selected, it cannot be used on subsequent rolls in the current round. When...


ML Yaht screenshotML Yaht 1987
Yaht is a computerized version of the classic dice game that Milton Bradley has popularized as Yahtzee. Players roll five dice trying to get certain combinations for their scorecard. Players may reroll any of the five dice twice after the first roll. (They may also choose to stop rolling at...


Mob Rule screenshotMob Rule 1999
It's 1930s America and organized crime is at its apex. As the new kid on the block you're looking for some action and a piece of the pie. Play your cards right and you'll move up the ladder of success. Screw up and you'll be taking a dive underwater with...


Modem Wars screenshotModem Wars 1988
One or two player real-time strategy game where you control armies of Infanty, Cavalry, Artillery, and Spies searching for your opponent's Command Center. ...


Monad (a.k.a. Die 1 Million) screenshotMonad (a.k.a. Die 1 Million) 2000
Monad is an excellent freeware PC version of Sid Sackson's classic card/board game of the same name, released as Die 1 Million in Germany. The wonderful description at this Sid Sackson fan site says it all: " The deck of cards has five denominations, in each of six colors. There are...


Monopoly Tycoon screenshotMonopoly Tycoon 2001
In the 1980s, math classes throughout America introduced a computer business simulation entitled Lemonade Stand. Purveyors sold one item, lemonade, and had to decide how many glasses would sell, dependent on the day's temperature. It was a low-resolution affair with simple beeping songs, but loads of fun. Two decades later,...


Monte Carlo Baccarat screenshotMonte Carlo Baccarat 1991
The game represents the one of the card games included in Trump Castle II - Baccarat. Now it is played in one of Monte Carlo's casino. The game is available for up to four players and may be saved in progress. The gameplay is directed on winning as much money...


Moon Tycoon screenshotMoon Tycoon 2001
Moon Tycoon, despite blocky graphics, basic sounds, and a familiar story, is surprisingly addictive and given half a chance, may work its way under your skin. It adds nothing new to the genre, but offers enough to make you sneak in an extra session here and there. The Earth's population has...


Moonbase screenshotMoonbase 1990
Moonbase, the Lunar Colony Simulator puts the player in command of a base on the moon. You have to supply the oxygen, water, power, heat and shelter for the entire colony. Starting with a virgin lunar plain rich in minerals and elements (but alien to everything human), you establish your...


MoonBase Commander screenshotMoonBase Commander 2002
Utilize MoonBase Commander's turn-based strategy design to lead one of four factions in a race to gather resources and wage war against opponents. Build and launch new units from your Hub, expand control across planet surfaces, defend outposts and attack enemy bases, traverse landscapes of sea, air, and land, and...


Moraff's Stones screenshotMoraff's Stones 1992
In Moraff's Stones you play a human who comes into one of the many taverns in Moraff's World and you are invited to join in a game of... Stones. Stones is a game where you trade precious/semiprecious stones around the table, trying to get the most valuable hand, or the...


Morkin 2 screenshotMorkin 2 1992
Morkin 2 is a not-too-serious freeware role-playing game, written by two brothers. The game is a simple strategy-RPG mix in which you take the role of one or more wizards, pitted against one or more human/computer enemy wizards. These wizards can cast all sorts of spells (attack, summon etc.), move...


Mortal Coil: Adrenalin Intelligence screenshotMortal Coil: Adrenalin Intelligence 1995
The year is 2005. Mortal Coil is the code name of a covert agency of crack undercover mercenaries funded by first world governments. Its role: to investigate a series of sabotages and terrorist attacks on key research installations. Their brief: find the terrorists and terminate. The game itself is a team-based...


Moscow to Berlin: Red Siege screenshotMoscow to Berlin: Red Siege 2005
Moscow to Berlin: Red Siege is a WWII real-time strategy game from Monte Cristo. Players take command of either the Russian or the German army, and engage in historic battles such as the siege of Stalingrad, the assault on Moscow, and the taking of Berlin. Each mission is intended to...


Movies, The screenshotMovies, The 2005
The Movies is an original strategy-simulation game that calls on players to use both their creativity and their management skills. Developed by Lionhead Studios (led by visionary designer Peter Molyneux), the game puts players in charge of their own Hollywood movie studio, with authority over everything from project approval and...


MVP Bridge screenshotMVP Bridge 1994
The game is simulation of Contract Bridge cards game. The rules are usual where you (South) have to make a contract of your group (North/South) and prevent to make a contract of opposite group (East/West). Well-known conventions (Take-Out Double, Stayman, Blackwood, Gerber, Strong 2, and Weak 2) are presented and...


Myth 2: Soulblighter screenshotMyth 2: Soulblighter 1998
Making a sequel to a game that's a huge hit is probably one of the most grueling, stressful tasks ever to face a game developer, and one that is usually not met with success. This is easily evident, as for every Civilization II, SimCity 3000, or System Shock 2, there...


Myth 3: The Wolf Age screenshotMyth 3: The Wolf Age 2001
With its lack of innovation, Myth III: The Wolf Age feels more like a giant standalone expansion pack than a new game. It does, however, offer an engrossing storyline that takes place a thousand years before the events in Myth: The Fallen Lords in addition to more of the solid...


Myth: The Fallen Lords screenshotMyth: The Fallen Lords 1997
In Bungie's Myth: The Fallen Lords, you'll control the noble armies of Madrigal in order to defeat the undead Fallen Lords. The game offers a single-player campaign mode with over 15 missions as well as network and Internet support so you can fight it out with a human opponent. A...


N-Knights & N-Queens screenshotN-Knights & N-Queens 2000
N-Knights and N-Queens are two excellent computer version of classic chess problems. N-Knights contains two problems, Max Knights and Min Knights. In the Max Knights puzzle, your goal is to move the knight around the chessboard without stepping on the same square twice. On the 4x4 board, the maximum number...


NAM 1965-1975 screenshotNAM 1965-1975 1991
'Nam 1965-1975 is a strategy game set during the Vietnam war. The player takes the role of both the President of the United States and the commander-in-chief, and the goal of the game is to prevent the South of Vietnam to fall in the hands of the Vietcong, managing its...


Napoleon in Russia: Borodino 1812 screenshotNapoleon in Russia: Borodino 1812 1988
Borodino, just outside Moscow was hit terribly by Napoleon and the Russians fled. Once the winter hit and the Russians were regrouped, they pushed Napoleon back into Europe. This game is the scenario that "might have been" and it's outcome of the Russians OR Napoleon is up to you. ...


Nations, The: Gold (a.k.a. Alien Nations 2) screenshotNations, The: Gold (a.k.a. Alien Nations 2) 2001
RTS and empire building games are generally a stuffy lot. SimCity may require a mind for planning, but where's the humor? The Civilization series is a finely honed empire experience, but it, too, lacks a funny bone with the possible exception of its clever advisors. The Nations, the sequel to...


Nectaris screenshotNectaris 1995
In the year 2104, the Solar Union (the government of Earth and the solar system) faces trouble from three former colonies. Under the guise of negotiations, the colonies' forces attack and capture three mining worlds: Neptune's moon Triton, the Earth-like planet Romulous and the water world Pacifica. Earth's survival is...


Neighbors from Hell (a.k.a. Neighbours from Hell) screenshotNeighbors from Hell (a.k.a. Neighbours from Hell) 2003
Neighbors From Hell is a comical game of practical jokes, presented as a spoof of "reality" television shows. Players view a cross-section of a residential building, where their character lives with a neighbor. Throughout the game's 14 episodes, the main goal is to sneak into different rooms and booby-trap everyday...


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