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    windows Warlords Battlecry 2

    What differentiates Warlords Battlecry II from the horde are its scope and depth, having that same sort of magic that made the first entry of Warlord’s real-time foray so enticing. Granted, WBC2 doesn’t fix what isn’t broke. It just adds more races, hero classes, buildings, options, and units — throwing tons of creativity into the upgrade.
    You don’t just have two or three races – you have 12 (up three from the original game), each with well-balanced and engaging characteristics. The Dark Elves, for instance, have a Queen Spider unit that automatically lays eggs in a unit it kills, producing four new Spiders. Freedom is king as usual,  with your heroes having a choice of 20 professions, each with advantages and drawbacks. Since you can carry a hero through individual skirmishes and also through WBC2’s campaign, gaining levels at the end of battles, each hero becomes distinct and personalized.
    One new feature is a standout, though – a non-linear campaign, set on a map of 67 provinces split up among the 12 races. Subjugating a specific province brings unique benefits: by destroying the Barbarian resistance in Toragnar, for example, all your troops get a permanent +1 Morale in future campaign scenarios, plus an immediate tribute and a yearly income. One of the neatest strategic benefits comes from conquering the home province of another race — doing so lets you produce units belonging to that race, a feature that hasn’t been seen in an SSG product since the original Warlords game.
    Of course, other heroes aren’t sitting quietly in their castles sipping tea while you overrun the countryside. Each race has ambitions of conquest, and they’ll vanquish one another, slowly gathering territorial benefits — and they’ll attempt to reconquer the provinces you’ve overwhelmed, forcing you to fight to hold what you’ve gained. In all, the second game in the line of real-time Warlords is a definitive hard-hitter.

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    windows Black & White 2

    In the game, the player takes the role of a god called from the void (nothingness) to help those who invoked them. However, the player is not an omnipotent style god, but rather a god who rises and falls with his believers and the player must help develop their nature according to their good or evil desires. The player also has a creature, their physical representation in the world, which takes the form of an anthropomorphic ape, lion, wolf, turtle, cow, or tiger. Its physical manifestation can grow to an immense size, and adopt a good or evil persona separate of the player's. They develop their character as the player rewards or punishes their actions. In addition to the god simulation and city-building elements introduced in the original Black & White, Black & White 2 also features elements of real-time strategy gameplay, with the addition of controllable warfare and fighting units.
    Black & White 2 also features a more conventional HUD (heads-up display) system than its predecessor. Rather than the experimental HUD-less gameplay seen in the original game, Black & White 2 features HUD notifications that inform players of their creature's state of mind, the effects of their actions on their creature, the status of villages, etc.
    The only way the player can interact with this world directly is through the player's hand, with which the player can pick up people, trees, food, and influence the ground. The player can also cast miracles. However, a certain amount of "Prayer Power" (in essence, "Mana") from the player's believers is needed to do this.

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    windows Black & White

    Black & White is a god video game developed by Lionhead Studios and published by Electronic Arts for Microsoft Windows in 2001 and by Feral Interactive in 2002 for Mac OS. Black & White combines elements of artificial life and strategy. The player acts as a god whose goal is to defeat Nemesis, another god who wants to take over the world. A primary theme is the concept of good and evil, with the atmosphere being affected by the player's moral choices. The core gameplay mechanic of Black & White is the interaction between the player and an avatar creature, who carries out the players instructions and whose personality and behaviour change in reaction to how they are treated. Multiplayer is supported over a local network or online.
    Peter Molyneux led the three-year development of the highly anticipated game, originally to feature wizards instead of gods. Black & White was written from scratch, and the intention was to have the main user interface free of icons, buttons, and panels. Versions for games consoles were in development, but were cancelled.
    Black & White received universal acclaim on release; reviewers praised the artificial intelligence, uniqueness, and depth, although the system requirements and bugs were criticised. Black & White won awards from several organisations, including the British Academy of Film and Television Arts and the Guinness World Record for the complexity of the artificial intelligence, selling over two million copies. Later re-reviews of the game considered it to have been over-rated at the time. An expansion, Black & White: Creature Isle, and sequel, Black & White 2, followed.
    See this post for installation help on newer Windows versions.

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    Alien Legacy

    Designed by Joe Ybarra, designer of the classic Starflight games, Alien Legacy is an excellent space strategy game with a good dose of adventure and action elements thrown in.
    In the tradition of Starflight, explore and build new colonies on distant planets while researching alien technologies. The cliche plot at the start soon evolves into an interesting mix of alien espionage, mysteries, and intergalactic conflicts. A solid game (although not a classic that Starflight is) that was severely underrated and underhyped, and light-years better than the its overhyped cousin Outpost
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    Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2

    Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2 is a real-time strategy video game which was released for Microsoft Windows on October 23, 2000 as the follow-up to Command & Conquer: Red Alert. Red Alert 2 picks up at the conclusion of the Allied campaign of the first game. Its expansion is Command & Conquer: Yuri's Revenge.
    Command and Conquer: Red Alert 2 contains two playable factions, the Soviets and the Allies, which both previously appeared in Command & Conquer: Red Alert. The single player campaign is structured in an alternate-ending mode as opposed to a progressive story mode. Red Alert 2 was a commercial and critical success, receiving an 86% from GameRankings.
    After the attempted conquest of Europe depicted in Command & Conquer: Red Alert, the Soviet Union is in utter ruin. Joseph Stalin is dead, and the Soviet military has been all but destroyed. The Allies determine that a regime change would cause mass unrest in the Soviet Union, and in order to gain both support and stability in the region, the victorious Allies name Alexander Romanov, a distant relative of Tsar Nicholas II, as the puppet Soviet Premier. Romanov acquiesces to the Allies' demands at first, though he builds up the Soviet military for "defense purposes" – a cover for an intended invasion of the United States.
    The game's story line starts off in 1972, with the United States Armed Forces caught completely off guard by the sudden massive Soviet invasion of the United States, with Soviet aircraft, naval vessels, amphibious forces, and paratroopers coming in on both the East Coast and West Coast and with the majority of Soviet ground forces coming in through Mexico, which had recently voted in a communist government, starting World War III. The U.S. attempts to retaliate with the use of nuclear missiles, but Yuri, leader of the Soviet Psychic Corps and Premier Romanov's top advisor, uses his mind control to manipulate the personnel charged with launching the warheads and leaves them to explode in their silos. Within hours, the U.S. is overrun with Soviet Army troops. In response, the U.S. President Michael Dugan establishes an emergency response team headed by General Dan Carville and the Commander known as "The Ghost" (the player) to the Soviet army later in the game.
    Note You might need to follow this tutorial (on reddit) to get the game running on newer systems like Windows 10.  

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    Command & Conquer: Yuri's Revenge

    This impressive add-on to the fun and frantic Red Alert 2 does what other great real-time strategy expansion packs, such as The Conquerors for Age of Empires II and Brood War for Starcraft, have done before--it makes an already great game even better, not only by piling on new features, but also by adding enough significant enhancements that the result stands out as being not just broader than its predecessor, but legitimately different. That means Yuri's Revenge will more than likely renew your interest in Westwood's over-the-top game.
    Many of Yuri's units are very interesting. His Gatling tanks fire faster and faster upon their targets--if you can protect them long enough, they'll eventually be dishing out huge damage at a tremendous rate of fire. These flimsy units can be great for defense from within Yuri's tank bunkers--immobile fortifications that let his tanks fire on attackers without fear of retaliation. Meanwhile, the mastermind unit, a strange tanklike vehicle, can automatically mind-control any enemy unit that crosses its path--it mind-controls units automatically, but the catch is that it starts short-circuiting if it mind-controls more than three. Yuri also commands legions of Incredible Hulk-like mutants called brutes, which can go toe-to-toe with enemy tanks. He has defensive structures that automatically mind-control groups of units that enter their sphere of influence--truly an imposing obstacle. Plus, he's got a very nasty nuclear submarine in his arsenal. Altogether, Yuri's new faction is very different from those of the Soviets and the Allies--even his ore harvester, called the slave miner, is nothing like the harvesters for the other sides. It's a self-contained refinery, and slave units automatically shovel ore into this armed platform to fuel Yuri's war effort. Like the other two factions, Yuri's side has a lot of personality and largely consists of units that are well designed, memorable, and worth using in most any battle. Yuri's forces are physically weak when directly compared with those of the Allies and Soviets--but they can be used to devious effect.
    Note Command & Conquer: Yuri's Revenge is an addon for Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2, you will need the original game to play. Note 2 You might need to follow this tutorial (on reddit) to get the game running on newer systems like Windows 10.  

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    Starship Troopers: Terran Ascendancy

    Based graphically and operationally on the film, Starship Troopers takes several cues from Heinlein's book by adding (or returning, if you want to look at it that way) powered armour, long-range jump capability and the infamous micro-nukes from the book. The missions that result are a surprisingly comfortable hybrid of the film's pitched battles and the book's guerrilla/terrorist military actions. Missions featuring the film's gun-emplacement-laden forts, holding off literally hundreds of bugs while you wait for a dropship to cart you out of the danger zone go hand-in-hand with a truly innovative propaganda mission that sees you safeguarding an unscrupulous TV presenter as he films the recently evacuated inhabitants of a faming community being "safely" returned to their homes.
    The defining feature of squad-based RTS games is that there's no way to reinforce your team once you enter the combat zone. Okay, there's the odd mission where you get an extra squad member to babysit or a rescue mission with some healable walking wounded, but the fundamental dynamic of this game is that you have to keep your troops alive from the beginning of a mission to the end. Wounded troopers can be med-evac-ed mid-mission if you've chosen a medic as one of your support troopers (support troopers feature psychics, snipers, medics and the minelayer/armour-healer engineers), but should you run out of med-evac resources (four per medic per mission), you're pretty much obliged to return to wherever your troopers died and retrieve his dog-tags.

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    Submarine Titans

    Submarine TITANS has the unique distinction of being the only game in the RTS genre where the entire realm takes place fully underwater. It is also the earliest RTS to have a full-fledged spectator feature for single and multiplayer and also the only RTS of its time to have an AI which could, when so instructed, play the entire game for the player, handling combat and building on all sides. This game is also one of the very first RTS games which had fully user-editable AI scripts, including an extremely detailed manual included on the CD on how to mod your own AIs. The game lobby allows a wide range of options, such as removing unit number limitations, starting resources or starting tech level. It also comes with a fully functional map editor, which can create both multiplayer maps and scripted missions and campaigns.

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    KKnD Xtreme

    KKnD Xtreme can be described as the humorous cousin of C&C. While it is not all that different from Westwood's blockbuster, the fantastic humor and good unit balance makes the game much more deserving of attention than its sales figures would suggest. If you love RTS games with a campy sense of humor and don't mind graphical similarities to C&C, KKnD Xtreme is well worth your time. Highly recommended!

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    Beasts and Bumpkins

    Beasts & Bumpkins is a real time strategy game, with gameplay which can be compared to Warcraft. It tells the story of Lord Mildew (your alter ego), a poor member of the royal family, who has been thrown away from his country. 
    Your task is to complete over 30 missions in order to regain your former reputation. You'll have to set up prospering towns in order to gain wealth, which is required to supply an army. With your army, you'll have to defend your villages against beasts and other evil folks.

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    Battle Commander: Return of Waroid

    Battle Commander: Return of Waroid is a video game published in 1999 on Windows by Geomind Entertainment. It's a strategy game, set in a real-time, sci-fi / futuristic, rts and war themes.

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    Atrox

    Atrox is astonishingly similar to Blizzard Entertainment's StarCraft. The gameplay, the graphics, units, buildings, even single animations are extremely close to the original.
    The game is a real-time strategy game where the player controls one of three races (Hominides, Inteliom, Kreators) and tries to destroy all the others on the map. To accomplish this task, he can build a base with many different buildings such as weapon factories, barracks, power plants and so on. He also has to gather resources to build all his stuff, in this game, he needs to get Quark and some liquid crystal.
    The game features three different campaigns (one for each race) as well as skirmish mode, network and online play (the latter using a server).

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    Abomination

    The main goal of the game is to defend the most important areas of the world. A map gives an overview and shows every part of the world which is endangered - clicking on such a point starts the mission. This part of the game is in real-time which means you sometimes have to wait until something happens. These are randomly generated which includes the goals, e.g. killing all enemies, defusing bombs or evacuating humans. For every mission you choose four of your team members which have special abilities, e.g. healing or invisibility. You also choose weapons and other gear for every team member.
    The gameplay of the missions itself is very similar to X-COM: UFO Defensive, just in real-time. You indirectly move your team over the map, give them tactical orders, e.g. to knee, to use barrage or to pursue enemies. The game can also be paused at any time to give orders. After a mission is completed you receive experience points which can be used to improve your team member's stats. All new weapons found during the mission are automatically researched by the lab.

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    windows Dark Colony

    Dark Colony is an underrated real-time strategy game in the same vein as StarCraft or Warcraft 2. Its commercial failure is perhaps unsurprising, given the deluge of RTS games in 1997 and the fact that Dark Colony does not offer anything that is dramatically different from RTS bestsellers. Still, there are some innovations, however small, that are worthy of recognition, in addition to the fact that the game is a good starting choice for newcomers to this genre who are feeling a bit overwhelmed by the frantic action of StarCraft.
    Dark Colony is set on Mars in the far future. Humans have discovered a new, valuable energy source called Petra-7 on Mars. The bad news is that a group of wandering aliens, who call themselves Taar, feel that the humans are intruding too much into their potential new home. In Dark Colony, you can either represent the humans, or the aliens (called "Greys" by the humans) and help them establish their new home and rid the planet of those pesky humans.
    SSI definitely took the approach "more is better" with Dark Colony, as the game is more or less a typical RTS, except there are dozens of maps, many multiplayer options, and additional features such as nighttime missions, and the ability to fight indoors and underground. The game is quite easy to get into and enjoy, though, as Adrenaline Vault observes:
    "The game was easy to get into and start playing. The tutorials offered a brief but informative glimpse at the important parts of the game. The game was really set up to include lots of combat and little of anything else (i.e., resource management). The missions were fairly interesting and usually featured variations on the same theme: kill the other guy. The multiplayer portion was pretty standard. I liked some of the wars, but there are a lot of real-time strategy (RTS) games on the market that are much better suited for multiplayer play than this one. The manual was pretty sparse and had only basic information and a minimum amount of detail. Of course, unless you've never played an RTS game before, you'll pretty much be able to pick up everything without a problem."
    Dark Colony also introduces some new features not commonly seen in RTS, such as the ability for your units to advance in rank, similar to Fantasy General. They can also be awarded medals for exceptional performance in battles, and this will improve their abilities. The only major downside is that the units are basically the same on both human and alien sides, and there is no truly race-specific unique units that make gameplay different. As such, you may not be tempted to play as the other side once your campaign is over, although the flawless multiplayer play may change your mind.
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    windows Legends of Atlantis: Exodus

    Atlantis is sinking. Become the champion of the last Queen of Atlantis and save the kingdom in this fast-paced, time management dash game!

    Build roads, manage resources, establish towns, create armies, defeat your enemies and save the villagers before the lands are destroyed and all life is lost in this thrilling strategy adventure. Play over 50 addictive time management levels with exciting achievements, bonuses, and more. Discover five beautifully rendered HD locations with unique and funny Atlantean characters. Master colorful Hidden Object scenes and Match-3 mini-games for amazing power-ups. Prioritize your objectives and create the best strategy to complete the levels in Expert Time.
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    X-Com 1 and 2 Pack

    X-Com 1

    Offering strategy in a world of sci-fi / futuristic, turn-based, rpg elements, X-COM: UFO Defense is an abandonware developed by Mythos Games Ltd. and published by MicroProse Software, Inc.. Released in 1994, you wander around in a isometric, bird's-eye view perspective.

    The first game of the X-COM series, UFO was well received but suffers from its uneven graphics and the heavy menus. The game takes loads of hours to be enjoyed!

    If you are having problems running the game then check out this page.

    X-Com 2

    A must-have for any strategy and wargame lovers, Terror from the deep is quite similar to UFO, but have more various sceneries, is more complexity and a bigger longevity. This X-COM got more plans, more guns, bewitching music and formidable AI (too much sometime). Some bad points: interception phases can be laborious sometime, the game interface is still messy and the game is not in S-VGA!

    Tons of time is necessary to play it, beware!

    X-COM: Terror from the Deep patch, fixes, maps or miscellaneous utilities.

    If you are having problems running the game then check out this page.

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    windows Tzar: Burden of the Crown

    A sinister evil has come to the peaceful kingdom of Keanor, a land of beauty, mystery and magic. The Palace lies in ruins as armies of malevolent warriors sweep through the countryside while the once-proud Imperial Guard cowers in fear. The citizens of Keanor flee their homes in terror, praying for the rise of the one true leader who, it was foretold, would lead them against the armies of darkness. Are you the hero they seek?Tzar puts you at the heart of the battle of good versus evil. Set in the real-time fantasy world of Keanor, where the sword is the law of the land, it is up to you to stop the armies of evil. Recruit, train and command vast armies of Knights and Archers, and build fantastic weapons to smash enemy defenses. Train your Wizards to unleash their arcane powers against your foes, or conjure mighty Dragons, Jinni, and Undead to do your bidding. Can you carry the burden of the crown?
    Real-time strategy gameplay set against a beautifully rendered fantasy world with Dragons, Jinni, Knights, Wizards and much more. A challenging game environment with changing climate that impacts gameplay, wild animals to contend with or avoid, magical artifacts to discover, and ancient ruins to explore. Twenty exciting and unique missions to play in the campaign and an infinite amount of random maps. Gameplay
     

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    windows Minetest

    Minetest is a near-infinite-world block sandbox game and a game engine, inspired by InfiniMiner, Minecraft, and the like.

    Near-infinite maps
    With a 620003 block playing area, there's no running out of space. Yes, the world height is also near-infinite.

    Multiplayer support
    Play by yourself, locally with your friends, or online with dozens of players on a server.

    Texture packs
    Not happy at the look of the textures? Change the textures!

    Beautiful map generators
    Choose from several different in-house map generators, v5, v6, v7, flat, fractal, and valleys, each of them featuring several biomes.
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    The Settlers 2 Gold Edition

    DOSBox This game requires DOSBox emulator. Get it here The Settlers 2 is a good follow-up of the first game, with more possibilities, really incredible graphics and animations and a very low technical requirement when it was released (worked on a 486DX33). Some of the weaknesses: no real multiplayer (you had to play on a split screen with two mouses and share the keyboard) and only two speed for in-game time, making you wait just idling for 5 minutes sometime. Anyway, a top game remade in 3D in 2006 (The Settlers II 10th Anniversary).
    The Gold edition contains the original game and the Mission CD, which contains a new campaign, 12 new maps and an editor.
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    windows NetStorm: Islands at War

    Here is the game NetStorm: Islands at War! Distributed in 1997 on Windows platform, it has captivated players since its release. Download now NetStorm: Islands at War to relive the sensations of your elders!
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    Warcraft: Orcs and Humans

    DOSBox This game requires DOSBox emulator. Get it here After Dune 2, avid strategy gamers were waiting for a new game, Warcraft filled that spot immediately. The first Warcraft was well received, it has a great ambiance, sounds and interface, impressive cutscenes (a Blizzard characteristic) and 2 players mode through modem or null-modem.
    On the downsides, the single player mode is quite short, with 2x12 missions. Graphics miss some colors sometimes though, and army management is a bit simple compared to Dune II. A must-play though for all the Warcraft fans!
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    Warcraft 2: Tides of Darkness

    DOSBox This game requires DOSBox emulator. Get it here One of the most popular strategy game of its time, Warcraft II have crushed all competitor when it got out. Awesome music, multiplayer at its finest, very good design and sprites, included editor for scenarios, sounds and voices. The artificial intelligence didn't get as much love and is quite retarded, the only weakness of Warcraft II.
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    Age of Empires

    DOSBox This game requires DOSBox emulator. Get it here Offering strategy in a world of historical battle (specific/exact), real-time, egypt, rts, Age of Empires is an abandonware developed by Ensemble Studios and published by Microsoft Corporation. Released in 1997, you wander around in a isometric perspective.
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    windows Startopia

    A once thriving network of space stations and planets have been left lifeless, redundant scars of the apocalypse. Into this age of darkness comes light. You will lead the way in rebuilding the network of space stations to a standard accepted by the individual alien races, attracting them to harness their expertise and research new technologies. Thus begins the hilarious battle of wits and cunning, full of daring escapades.
    Key Features
    Fully functioning alien society, with racial animosity and friendships, crime and punishment, leisure and entertainment, and functioning economy Unique 'Torus' play area gives a viewpoint never before seen in a game 16 habitable subsections spanning three decks in each space station Bio-deck with editable landscape and manageable ecosystem allowing complete control of terra-forming Multiplayer support for up to three other stationmasters Varied levels of play, from simple sandbox to detailed station micromanagement Startopia gameplay
     

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    windows Green City 2

    It's time to go green again! Enjoy Green City 2! Now help your neighboring cities to start their own green life, by restoring old buildings and cleaning the streets of trash. Build eco-houses with solar cells on the roofs, open new green energy plants and teach the citizens of neighboring towns the eco urban lifestyle of Green City. Strive to achieve ecological balance in this vulnerable environment! Free Game features: - Enjoy 54 levels of thrilling green city-building; - Explore 3 different districts for flights of eco- fancy; - Construct 22 different buildings of 4 types: residential, commercial, ecological, and energy-generating; - Complete 8 challenging eco-quests; - Upgrade your towns in 2 different ways: ecological and energy-efficient.
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