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Battle Isle: The Andosia War screenshotBattle Isle: The Andosia War 2000
Battle Isle: The Andosia War is the third release in this series of tactical games. It combines elements of several different styles of strategy and war games, such as resource collection and management, city and base development, and strategic combat, all under the pressures of real-time competition. A thorough interface...


Battle of Antietam screenshotBattle of Antietam 1986
Battle of Antietam is a grand tactical simulation of the bloodiest day of the Civil War at the little town of Sharpsburg, Maryland along Antietam Creek. The game is played in 11 turns each representing 1 hour of real time. Players are awarded points based on casualties and territorial objectives. At...


Battle of Austerlitz, The screenshotBattle of Austerlitz, The 1989
An early computer wargame that depicts one of Napoleon's most famous battles, The Battle of Austerlitz is an innovative game that boasts real-time play and an easy-to-use interface. But like the authors' previous game Borodino: 1812, it is marred by superficial gameplay: ahistorical, arcade-style "tank rush" tactic is required to...


Battle Realms screenshotBattle Realms 2001
Simplification in a complicated gaming world is an elegant thing, if done right. Often, focusing on subtle details over a flood of features makes for a title worth returning to again and again. Battle Realms is a perfect example of the "less is more" concept put to good use, and...


Battle Zone screenshotBattle Zone 1983
Commonly considered the earliest progenitor of first-person shooters (FPS), Battlezone is a 3D tank game initially released in the arcades, and later converted officially to many systems. Earth has been invaded, and you and your tank lead the defensive effort. You drive around the battlefield from a first-person view, targeting...


Battleground 2: Gettysburg screenshotBattleground 2: Gettysburg 1996
For their first Battleground title set during the American Civil War, Talonsoft decided to follow a trend and use the Battle of Gettysburg as their subject material. Much like the Battle of the Bulge during World War II, Gettysburg is probably the most over-simulated pre-twentieth-century battle in the genre. Thankfully,...


Battleground 3: Waterloo  screenshotBattleground 3: Waterloo 1996
The Napoleonic Era, with its pomp and splendor, has always proved fertile ground for war game designers. Of course, as the centerpiece of the period the Battle of Waterloo has received extensive coverage, but never with such masterful treatment as the grognards at Talonsoft have managed with Battleground 3: Waterloo...


Battleground 4: Shiloh screenshotBattleground 4: Shiloh 1996
A traditional hex-grid turn-based war game, Battleground 4: Shiloh uses the award winning Battleground play system to recreate one of the most momentous and bloody conflicts of the American Civil War. Considered to be the first step on the road toward disaster for the Confederate Army, this decisive battle covers...


Battleground 5: Antietam screenshotBattleground 5: Antietam 1996
The third Civil War title in the popular Battleground series, Battleground 5: Antietam puts players in control of Lee's Confederate army or McClellan's Union army in one of the war's most decisive battles. In addition to the historical scenarios recreating the battle, several "what-if" battles can be waged to see...


Battleground 6: Napoleon in Russia screenshotBattleground 6: Napoleon in Russia 1997
Most wargamers have come to expect quality from TalonSoft's Battleground series and Battleground 6: Napoleon in Russia doesn't disappoint. Continuing in fine fashion, Napoleon's Russian campaign is handled in the usual historically accurate manner and provides plenty of alternative "what if" scenarios as well. This time around, the focus is...


Battleground 7: Bull Run screenshotBattleground 7: Bull Run 1997
From the superbly designed and helpful movement reference card to the complexity of the historical confrontations of the First and Second Battles of Bull Run (or Manassas as the northern factions would have it), Battleground 7: Bull Run is a tour de force in Civil War battle re-enactment via computer...


Battleground 8: Prelude to Waterloo screenshotBattleground 8: Prelude to Waterloo 1997
It's extremely tempting to simply say Talonsoft's latest entry in the Battleground series is nearly perfect and let it go at that. However, the total experience of playing Battleground 8: Prelude to Waterloo is just too good to let it go without due praise for a series that has gotten...


Battleground: Ardennes screenshotBattleground: Ardennes 1995
Battleground: Ardennes is the first of the Battleground Series of war games focusing on specific significant military confrontations. This title concentrates on the Battle of the Bulge from late 1944 to early 1945, presented through more than two dozen scenarios with specific attention given to three major battles. Gameplay is...


Battlemaster screenshotBattlemaster 1991
An early squad based combat strategy game set in a medieval style fantasy world. The player decides which race they want to play (Human, Orc, Dwarf or Elf) each with their own strengths and weaknesses. It is then a matter of clearing out areas of opponents and finding items to enhance...


Battles in Time screenshotBattles in Time 1995
In the far future, humans no longer needed war. So when an alien threat approaches Earth, a test must be created for the prospective commanders... A timegate has been created into 4 past periods, where you must test your strategic skills, and when you pass all four tests, take your...


Battles of Destiny screenshotBattles of Destiny 1992
A futuristic game of risk, but, with MANY more twists. Production and professions. Much more than meets the eye. Even the decline and rise of certain metals and resources. Start out with a small town-like fort; build up into an empire. Spaceships, water craft and more. Take over the world...


Battles of Napoleon screenshotBattles of Napoleon 1989
Battles of Napoleon, released in 1988, is a cut above many war games published for the genre in the years when the home computer was relatively new. The game stands out when compared to others because of the clarity of components and straightforward command controls. While still reminiscent of the...


Battlestar screenshotBattlestar 1996
BattleStar is basically a Battleship-variant for one player. The player controls a space ship which needs to kill all Zilog ships on the 8x8x8 game field. The game shows only one perspective at the time but by using one of the three scanners the perspective shifts and it also says...


BattleTech 2: The Crescent Hawk's Revenge screenshotBattleTech 2: The Crescent Hawk's Revenge 1990
Battletech: The Crescent Hawk's Revenge continues the story of Jason Youngblood from the point where its predecessor, Battletech: The Crescent Hawk's Inception, ends. The game opens with the Crescent Hawks being dropped on the Kell Hounds' home planet and takes players through the Battletech universe's timeline. Players will fight House...


Battlezone (1998) screenshotBattlezone (1998) 1998
If you miss the romance and intrigue of the Cold War but are looking for something a little more high-tech than campy James Bond-style gadgetry (e.g., cigarette rocket launchers), Battlezone may be worth a look. It's a golden opportunity to exorcise those residual capitalist/communist tensions in your psyche, only this...


Battlezone 2: Combat Commander screenshotBattlezone 2: Combat Commander 1999
The original Battlezone game, released in the mid-1990s, was a truly original and innovative breakthrough in computer gaming. It combined the addictive adrenaline rush of a first-person perspective shoot-'em-up with the stealth and planning of a real-time strategy campaign; and, although it won the hearts and trigger fingers of fans...


Bazaar screenshotBazaar 2002
Bazaar is an excellent freeware (formerly shareware) PC version of Sid Sackson's outstanding board game of the same name. Bob Claster, maintainer of the Internet's best website about this prolific game designer, says it all about this wonderful board game that is unfortunately not as famous as Computer Acquire, Sackson's...


Beasts & Bumpkins screenshotBeasts & Bumpkins 1997
Beasts and Bumpkins is a great Settlers-style gem that is one of the very few games from software giant Electronic Arts that were released very quietly without any marketing hype, and only in Europe. And that's a shame, because in contrast to many hyped-but-horrible games EA put out, BNB is...


Beat the House screenshotBeat the House 1995
Beat the House teaches players how to win at various casino gambling games by explaining several methods of strategy, including card counting. Games include craps, poker, roulette, blackjack, and video poker. A large manual (Beat the House Companion), packed full of tips from well-known casino player Avery Cardoza, is part...


Beat the House screenshotBeat the House 1992
Beat the House teaches players how to win at various casino gambling games by explaining several methods of strategy, including card counting. Games include craps, poker, roulette, blackjack, and video poker. A large manual (Beat the House Companion), packed full of tips from well-known casino player Avery Cardoza, is part...


Beat The House 2 screenshotBeat The House 2 1997
The sequel Beat the House 2 is a simulation/tutor that teaches gamers the fine art of gambling. This package includes several variations of blackjack, craps, mini-baccarat, roulette, Sklansky's poker challenge, slot machines, and video poker. In addition to graphical and interface improvements over the original, this title offers a more...


Beehive Solitaire screenshotBeehive Solitaire 2005
Beehive Solitaire is a solid PC implementation of an original solitaire game by NZP. From the official blurb: "This good and little-known solitaire is easy to play, and can be won reasonably often. But it's not unusual for a game to get blocked just when you least expect it! In...


Begin: A Tactical Starship Simulation screenshotBegin: A Tactical Starship Simulation 1989
Simulating the struggle between the nations of the Star Trek universe, Begin: A Tactical Starship Simulation puts you in charge of a fleet or a single ship against adversaries of your choosing. Four nations are available for the player to choose from; Federation, Romulan, Klingon, and Orion. After selecting who...


Besieger screenshotBesieger 2004
Fantastical battles between Vikings and Cimmerians are brought to life in this territorially focused real-time strategy game. Set in a Northern Europe of long ago, Besieger features fictional creatures and peoples of legend. In addition to the armies of rival nations, players will also face ogres, werewolves, centaurs, and other...


Betrayal screenshotBetrayal 1990
Betrayal is a manager type strategy game. You try to gain control over various regions in order to supply your men with the necessary resources to defeat your enemies. As the game title says, the game has a main focus on illegal and secret operations in order to weaken your opponents. ...


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