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Cossacks: European Wars

The 17th and 18th centuries are often referred to as the Age of Enlightenment.

Celtic Kings: Rage of War

Celtic Kings uses a much simpler interface than other, better known real-time titles.

Europa Universalis II

The period covered stretches from 1419 to 1820, widening the scope from the game's predecessor by about 100 years.

Steel Beasts

The strengths of this software are the smooth, immersive gameplay and the near-perfect environment for multiplayer gaming.

Dino Island

The game's premise seems simple enough. Part science lab, part amusement park, your job is both to create and modify known dinosaurs to be shown to the public in your very own dinosaur theme park.

FIM Speedway Grand Prix

Considering the gameplay issues, you might expect the graphics to be weak as well but they are at least acceptable.

Patrician II

Formed around the trade of traditional textiles and foodstuffs, the Hanseatic League was formed sometime around the early 13th century and prospered until the early 17th century.

Disciples II: Dark Prophecy

The gates of hell have been sealed, and the four races have staggered, bloody, but victorious, to their respective homes.

Empire of the Ants

Deep in the wilderness of your backyard there’s an empire being forged. Soldiers guard the frontier while laborers scour the land for resources and food.

Airline Tycoon Evolution

Airline Tycoon Evolution, published by Strategy First and created by German based Spellbound, is the follow up title to 2001's Airline Tycoon.

Mob Rule

Rejoice all you Al Capone and Bugsy Siegal wannabes, now you too have a chance to create your very own organized crime family.

Strike Fighters: Project 1

Your jet gets tangled with the ground at times, bouncing weirdly around undamaged.

Rocko's Quest

Rocko's Quest follows a basic and worn out story line consisting of Rocko's girlfriend being abducted by an evil horde and his attempt to retrieve her.

Rails Across America

That’s not to say money’s not important, though. Finances play a big part in this game, allowing you to purchase track, trains, access rights, influence, and many other things.

Kohan: Ahriman's Gift

In the main single-player campaign you will play the role of the Ceyah army, with an evil Kohan named Vashti at the forefront.

G.I. Combat

Actually a follow up to Close Combat, this newer title focuses on the Battle of Normandy.

Kohan: Immortal Sovereigns

Many ages ago, an all powerful being called the Creator decided to construct a new perfect world called Khaldun.

Man of War II: Chains of Command

Have you ever played one of those games that require mood music?

Nexagon Deathmatch

The Nexagon. In the 44th Century, it is entertainment for the hundreds of trillions inhabiting Earth and her satellites.

Europa Universalis: Crown of the North

If nothing else, the title illustrates the versatility of the basic game engine.

Trainz

There are no high scores or checkered flags, no storyline or cut scenes, no victory or defeat.

Galactic Civilizations

If you've never played a 4X (explore, expand, exploit, and exterminate) before, it can be overwhelming at first.

The Partners

Even without that experience, the short (almost too short), simple tutorial will get you up to speed quickly.

WWII Online: Blitzkrieg

The orders came down from Strategy First at 1550 hours: "At 1600 hours you will meet up with Sgt. Primo and Sgt.