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    Design, build and maintain your very own international airport in this amazingly in-depth management simulation. Get started by buying land and building runways, and then secure both cargo and passenger airline contracts. Watch your creation come to life as your airport bustles with the activities of planes, cars and passengers in detailed 3D-rendered graphics. But be careful! Bad weather, overbooked flights, bottlenecks on the runway, and aircraft collisions are all part of the job. Do you think you can keep your customers safe and happy on the way to becoming the ultimate airport manager? Features: Begin the airport dynasty by purchasing land from over 40 diverse locations in the country or city. Cutting edge 3D graphics, utilizing the Renderware 3D engine Amazingly detailed environments including cars coming in and out of the grounds, people populating the terminal and sidewalks, and planes landing and taking off Sign airline agreements and create a lucrative airport empire to carry passengers across the globe. Oversee every facet of your business, from negotiating contracts with hotels and restaurant chains to managing gas stations and casinos Indoor terminal management tool allows for placement of restaurants, stores, security, and other features Dozens of challenging scenarios put your management skills to the ultimate challenge


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    Build, design, and manage your own shopping mall Choose from up to 462 unique store models Hire and fire mall staff, and set rent for individual shops Content with random events like floods, fires, and criminals Features enhanced graphics and a new, improved interface In Mall Tycoon 2, you control the commerce of a popular shopping center! You'll manage a major shopping mall, handling everything from setting rent to firing staff. Watch people pour into your mall by train, car and bus as the city around it lives and breathes Build, design and manage your very own shopping mall in this sequel to one of the most popular Tycoon releases ever. Watch your stores prosper as customers browse through them in a 3D environment that’s so detailed you can zoom right down to floor level and watch things from just a few feet away! Mall Tycoon 2 contains everything people loved about the first title and much more! Radically enhanced graphics, a new and improved user interface, more staff and items to unlock and random events like floods and fires. This in-depth simulation is sure to please both newcomers to the series and fans of the original alike.


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    If you haven’t played Lemonade Tycoon or want to try this simulation video game, download it now for free! Published in 2003 by Brøderbund Software, Inc., Lemonade Tycoon (aka Lemonade Inc.) was an above-average managerial title in its time.


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    Aliens Versus Predator 2: Gold Edition is a video game published in 2003 on Windows by Sierra Entertainment, Inc., Fox Interactive, Inc.. The game is set in a compilation / shovelware theme.


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    You play as a space-borne bounty hunter zipping around the galaxy, taking contracts to right wrongs, retrieve stolen documents, and help the oppressed. As shooters go, Chrome offers a decent variety of mission types and locales. But almost every building block of the game is flawed. And if you thought Unreal 2 was unoriginal, then Chrome is downright derivative. The dialogue is painfully cheesy. The main character delivers his lines about as well as a mechanical fortune-telling machine, and the rest of the cast appear reluctant to surpass that level. The character designs are generic sci-fi pulp, and include both mohawk-wearing punks and slim blondes in tight bodysuits. Each projectile weapon has recoil and behaves according to real-world physics, so your main concern in firefights is barrel climb. I can tell the designers tried for a change of pace from straight laser shooters like Elite Force II, but they ended up slowing down what could’ve been a very fast and intense game. The levels are huge, but not really densely populated. You get the sense that the level designers went to town on gigantic environments, but were then at a loss for how to populate them or give them purpose. Piloting and driving the occasional bike, buggy or mech at least breaks up the time (mis)spent on foot. The speeder controls are too touchy, but the buggy feels like it’s pulled straight out of a rally game. Trailer


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    From open jungles to claustrophobic caves. Unlike most other shooters based on the vietnam war, Vietcong actually attempts to paint the conflict with some brushes of authenticity – you’ll learn about the former French colonial presence in Vietnam (and sometimes find remnants of their occupation), you’ll be treated to strict military lingo and operational procedures, and will find that tactics will win the day in armed engagements. For a developer based outside the United States, Pteredon seems to have done its research. That pesky ‘realism’ schtick that so often hinders gameplay in other shooters is used quite effectively here, enhancing the entire experience rather rather subtracting from it. You have some degree of control over your squad, which number three to six people. All of these guys are specialized characters, ranging from a pointman who can find the safest route through the jungle, a medic that can stitch you back into shape in no time, plus an engineer, radio-man or a heavy machinegunner. There are no artificial health pick-ups in Vietcong, and life is extremely fragile – even on the lowest difficulty, you won’t survive a full burst of AK fire at close range. Your medic can bring you back in fighting order, but every first-aid will sap your overall hitpoints by a small margin. Your radio-man is the second most interesting character, as you’ll have to keep your higher-ups informed and updated on your mission progress. Each important event has to be called in, and the game rewards you with auto-saves. Missions, like the rest of the game, are treated as realistically as possible – you attend a briefing session beforehand, and are given time to prep up. This includes selecting your weapons of choice, browsing through intelligence data (ranging from short essays on VC guerrilla tactics, how to spot and disarm traps, weapon information cards and the ever expansive mission clipboard) or firing off a few rounds down at the range, which stocks up on new guns after each mission. Your arsenal is limited to one primary and one secondary weapon, plus a few grenades and a combat knife. You can trade your starting gear for anything you can scavenge on the battlefield, and the guns are all nicely modeled. For instance, you can switch between auto and semi-auto firing modes or aim down the sights for precise shots. Reloading will have you switch between magazines realistically, and grenades can be baked before throwing. Gameplay


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    OpenCity is a full 3D city simulator game project. It is written in standard C++ with OpenGL and SDL from scratch. It is not intended to be a clone of any famous city simulator from Max*s. So, if you are looking to download a free SimCity 4 like, please forget OpenCity. I work on it at my spare time, and I really meant it "my spare time" ! OpenCity is also an OpenGL/SDL/C++ game programming tutorial. In the resources section, you can find the micro simulators' algorithm, design document, UML diagram and information about other issues. The UML diagram is edited with Umbrello, the free UML diagram editor for KDE. Gameplay


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    Offering adventure in a world of horror, puzzle-solving, graphic adventure, 5 Days a Stranger is an abandonware developed by Fully Ramblomatic and published by Fully Ramblomatic. Released in 2003, you wander around in a 3rd-person perspective. 5 Days a Stranger gameplay


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