Strategy Games #33

Old Games Homepage
Download 9706 Games:
Strategy Games:
01  02  03  04  05  06  07  08  09  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20  21  22  23  24  25  26  27  28  29  30  31  32  33  34  35  36  37  38  39  40  41  42  43  44 

Saga: Rage of the Vikings screenshotSaga: Rage of the Vikings 1998
Although it has not been a greatly anticipated game (in fact, not at all), Cryo Interactive has put in "their best efforts" to produce Saga: Rage of the Vikings. This game has been thrown into the masses of past and present real time strategy games to fend for itself and...


Santa Paravia and Fumaccio screenshotSanta Paravia and Fumaccio 1989
An intermediary step in complexity between the brutally basic HAMURABI and more sophisticated modern titles such as Civilization, Santa Paravia and Fiumaccio ushers you into a Merchant Prince setting, governing over a 15th-century Italian city-state, competing with the savage forces of nature and against up to 5 (7 in some...


Sarakon screenshotSarakon 1991
A simple variation of the classic game of Mahjongg (also known as Shanghai). Each of the 40 levels consist of rows and piles of tiles, patterned with symbols such as butterflies and masks. Pair them up within the time limit to move on a level. The difficulty is that a...


Scorched Earth screenshotScorched Earth 1991
Scorched Earth is a deceptively simple game with more depth than initially meets the eye. The turn-based gameplay could not be more straightforward: pick a weapon and take your shot. What makes the game interesting is its physics model and array of high-powered weapons, which should appeal to those who...


Scrabble for Windows screenshotScrabble for Windows 1992
Scrabble for Windows is a great Windows update of previous Scrabble games that Mastertronic (which later was acquired by Virgin and became "Virgin Mastertronic" label) had been developing since 1987 under license from Hasbro, before Hasbro finally decided to develop their own PC versions starting from 1999. This is definitely the...


Scrabble: Deluxe Edition screenshotScrabble: Deluxe Edition 1990
Scrabble: Deluxe Edition is the first Scrabble game to hit the computer. Pick 7 tiles and form words for points! Play against a friend or the computer (with 9 levels of play). ...


Sea Legends screenshotSea Legends 1996
Sea Legends is pirate simulation game similar to Sid Meier's Pirates!. As Richard Gray, a young captain, the player has to master ship navigation, sword fighting, trading, sea and land warfare, and crew recruiting in order to progress in what begins as a simple story but will evolve into a...


Sea Quest screenshotSea Quest 1992
You control a fleet of six ships, each of which can be one of three types: Destroyer, Carrier, or Frigate. Your fleet is tasked with hunting down and destroying a pack of up to 30 submarines. This task is complicated by the fact that the submarines move around and occasionally...


Sea Rogue screenshotSea Rogue 1992
When you first unpack Sea Rogue, your attention is immediately drawn to the impressive 160+ page manual. At the very least, the game serves as a veritable compendium of real life ship wrecks from most of the major shipping and sailing lanes throughout the globe. More than 270 actual shipwrecks...


Second Conflict screenshotSecond Conflict 1991
Second Conflict is a fun "beer & pretzel" style game of galactic warfare for Windows, and one of the first shareware strategy games that are worth the registration costs. Sequel to Galactic Conflict, the game was released as freeware in late 1990s by its author, Jerry Galloway. Second Conflict is not...


Second Front screenshotSecond Front 1990
For the advanced wargamer, "Second Front: Germany turns East" is a division-level strategic game on a grand scale. The map extends from Berlin in the West to Stalingrad in the East, and covers the entire Russian Front. Players command over 150 German divisions and over 200 Soviet divisions, with asset...


Semper Fi screenshotSemper Fi 1998
Games Domain's Dean Gordon says it all about this atypical squad-level wargame that does not live up to Stanley Associates' earlier 5th Fleet, primarily because it is too short and too easy: "The United States Marine Corps (USMC). What image do these words conjure up to you? To me, it speaks...


Settlers 3, The screenshotSettlers 3, The 1998
The Settlers series from Blue Byte has been a fairly successful franchise for the company, especially in Europe. Although neither of the two previous installments broke any new ground in the strategy genre, they were decent games that provided gamers with some of the most highly detailed economic systems available...


Settlers 4, The screenshotSettlers 4, The 2001
Generally, empire-building games tend to operate on a global or even galactic scale. The assumption is that production continues even if gamers don't see work being done -- they must be content knowing that the denizens of a "sim city" already have the materials on hand to erect buildings. For...


Settlers II Gold Edition, The screenshotSettlers II Gold Edition, The 1996
You've all heard of settlers 4 and 3. But did you ever wonder what happened to the other two versions? Well, here's Settlers 2:Gold Edition. Woodcutters, miners, foresters, fishers, catapults and forts are just a taster of what comes in this jewel. There are 2 full campaigns, one where you...


Settlers II, The: 10th Anniversary screenshotSettlers II, The: 10th Anniversary 2006
The Settlers II requires players to lead a group of pilgrims to prosperity in a new land. Gamers may represent the Roman, Asian, or Nubian culture and settle in environments that include lava, mountains, swamps, and forests. To advance both economically and socially, players must collect resources and use them...


Settlers of Catan screenshotSettlers of Catan 1998
Settlers of Catan is a great computer version of a popular board wargame. The players in the game are settlers in the undeveloped land of Catan. You build roads, towns, and cities along the edges of different kinds of lands, and reap the harvests produced by those lands. You can...


Settlers of Catan [2002] screenshotSettlers of Catan [2002] 2002
Settlers of Catan (2002) is yet another fanmade PC clone of classic German board game of the same name, originally published by Kosmos Games and later in the U.S. by Mayfair Games. For anyone who's never played the game, Settlers of Catan is a board game for 3-4 players (or...


Settlers, The (a.k.a. Serf City: Life is Feudal) screenshotSettlers, The (a.k.a. Serf City: Life is Feudal) 1994
A strategy game with cartoony graphics and an innocent line in humour. At the start of the level you choose a starting point, the intention being to get lots of flat land as well as resources to mine and ideally existing sources of trees, stones and water (for fish). Your...


Seven Kingdoms 2: The Fryhtan Wars screenshotSeven Kingdoms 2: The Fryhtan Wars 1999
Shadowed by the tremendous success of Activision's Dark Reign and GT Interactive's Total Annihilation, another real-time strategy (RTS) game emerged last year that garnered critical acclaim but failed to tip the scale at retail with only 35,000 units sold to date (PC Data). The game was Seven Kingdoms, an ambitious...


Seven Kingdoms: Ancient Adversaries screenshotSeven Kingdoms: Ancient Adversaries 1998
If you enjoyed the excellent strategy game Seven Kingdoms then I really don't need to sell this enhanced version of the history sim to you. This time around, it's got more nationalities, completely new scenarios (15 more than last time), new gods, and an extra-devastating Advanced Weapon. After an impressive introductory...


Seven Years War screenshotSeven Years War 1998
Seven Years War is a decent WarCraft II clone - that is, a real-time strategy game - based on the "Seven Years War," the period between 1592 and 1598 A.D. during which Japanese shogun Toyotomi Hideyoshi invaded Korea twice as part of his audacious plan to conquer China and divide...


Shadow Company: Left For Dead screenshotShadow Company: Left For Dead 1999
Shadow Company: Left for Dead, a squad-based strategy game, strikes a nice balance between action and tactics but has flawed gameplay in areas that may spoil the game for some or just plain annoy others. The striking graphics, which render the terrain in realistic 3D, is the game's strongest feature....


Shadow Watch screenshotShadow Watch 2000
Due to political collapse in Russia following the end of the Yeltsin era, the original International Space Station (ISS) program suffered serious setbacks. Now, the project has been revived through the joint efforts of NASA, the European Space Agency, the Brazilian Space Agency, the Chinese Space Agency and Russia. The...


Shattered Union screenshotShattered Union 2005
Shattered Union is a 3D, turn-based game of conquest, set in a discordantly imagined, alternate-reality United States. The country is at war with itself, and players can choose to lead one of seven bellicose factions: Greater California, The New Republic of Texas, the Heartland. Dixieland, the Yankee Union, or the...


Shiloh: Grant's Trial in The West screenshotShiloh: Grant's Trial in The West 1987
The major battle in Western Theater of American Civil War fought on April 6-7, 1862 near church Shiloh in Tennessee was the bloodiest battle between Union and Confederate forces. Historically Union forces lead by Maj. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant won in the battle and finished Confederate's hopes to block the...


Shogi Master screenshotShogi Master 1991
Shogi is the Japanese version of the game of chess. The pieces are similar to conventional chess and the objective is the same, but subtle differences make it more exciting in many ways. You may promote any piece which reaches the other side of the board, and you have the...


Shogi Variants screenshotShogi Variants 1998
Shogi Variants is a great freeware game for Windows that boasts a wide range of variants of Shogi, a popular Japanese chess game. The official description says it all: "Shogi Variants is a freeware Windows program to play 'Shogi'... or one of 16 other ancient and modern Shogi variants. The...


Shogun: Total War screenshotShogun: Total War 2001
Mystery and intrigue surround the period of feudal Japan featured in Shogun: Total War. The images of warriors wielding ancient swords coupled with traditional Japanese music in the soundtrack create an ambience of great importance. The game is both factual and fictional with a portion of the game dedicated to...


Shortline Railroad screenshotShortline Railroad 1992
Shortline is an excellent beer-and-pretzel realtime railroad management game that eschews complicated financial aspects (as in A-Train) and all realistic factors in favor of the pure joy of creating a miniature railroad. You goal is to assure an uninterrupted collision-free passage of different trains to target points, and your success...


Strategy Games:
01  02  03  04  05  06  07  08  09  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20  21  22  23  24  25  26  27  28  29  30  31  32  33  34  35  36  37  38  39  40  41  42  43  44 

 

©2018 San Pedro Software Inc. Contact: contact, done in 0.018 seconds.