Interplay Entertainment Corp. Games
Fortunately for our heroes, Tomator is pretty sloppy for an alien evil genius. Once again his ship malfunctions, and this time the Viking brothers are ready.
Far north in the icy tundra, the battle drums roll forth the call of war. During the harshest winter in decades, the barbarian tribes have united under a new chieftain and are threatening their neighbors.
Players can "walk" around the table to check out their next shot, take a close-up look, zoom out for the overall picture and line up the shot as they would in a real game with a real table.
Once every thousand years, gates are opened between the waking world and the realm of dreams, offering a chance to save humanity from extinction.
Expect Red Asphalt to have great music like the original.
As the leader of these brave colonists, your immediate goal is to locate an area suitable for building your first colony.
By joining the ranks of the elite Klingon Academy, you prove that you have what it takes to become one of the finest starship commanders in the galaxy.
A game based on Vikings? Hmmm, I'm not sure what to expect. This is a sequel—which means that the first game was good enough to warrant a second.
Poseidon, the god of the ocean, has grown angry towards all of humanity.
Forged in the beginning and protected by the Seven Seals, there lies a place where thought and creation intertwine.
Welcome to Hickston, Arkansas, home of Bubba and Leonard, a few backwoods residents, and hordes of alien-created clones.
Led by mega-corporations, the human race has begun to explore and colonize the galaxy in earnest, terra-forming planets and mining them for their resources.
This sequel promises to pick up right where the original left off, with a revamped cast of characters just waiting to blast anything and everything that crosses their path.
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