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  1. Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II - The Rise of the Witch-King

    Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II - The Rise of the Witch-King is the official addition to the game of the same title. A new playable Angmar faction has been added to the game and a new single player campaign focused on this faction has been added. In addition, all six factions from the previous game have received new hero units.
    The action of the new campaign takes place before the events presented in the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Your task is to dominate the northern ends of Middle-earth and turn your powerful fortress against the forces of good.

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  2. The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II

    The game is the sequel to The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth, based on the motifs from J.R.R. Tolkien. The game's plot takes the player to the northern areas of Middle-earth, where Sauron's evil forces fought the forces of good. In principle, the game is divided into two parts: a campaign of good and evil forces. The first part deals with the elves and dwarves fighting against Sauron's forces on Esgaroth and Erebor. In contrast, the second part focuses on collecting army of goblins by Ombudsman Sauron to conquer northern parts of Middle-earth.
    The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II has received positive reviews from critics and is loved by players. There are fifteen different scenarios to go through! In addition, in the second installment of the game, the action also takes place at sea. The excellent combat system, unique music and amazing world make you lose the sense of time playing The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II! 

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  3. The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth

    The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth, a real-time strategy game released in 2004 by EA Games. The game was released for PCs (Windows).
    The plot of the game based on the books of J.R.R. Tolkien and Peter Jackson's movie - The Battle for Middle-earth. The characters, places, monsters and other elements contained in the game are presented exactly as in the film trilogy.
    The game has two game modes: campaign and Skirmish.
    In the game, you can choose campaigns for Good Campaign or Evil Campaign.
    - Good Campaign, lead the Ringworld team to Mrodor and defend Rohan against Isengard forces.
    - Evil Campaign, develop the evil forces of Sauron and Saruman and gradually conquer further peoples of Middle-earth.
    - Skirmish, allows the player to battle anywhere in Middle-earth.

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  4. Scarface: The World is Yours

    A game based on the events of the film The Man with a Scar from 1983. Here, you play as Tony Montana just before the attack of the gang on his property. (If you watched a movie, you know how it ended - here you can write a continuation of Tony's story). After escaping from the property, you stay with nothing - you have to build your empire again by accumulating money and respect in a gangster environment.

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  5. Zoo Tycoon 2

    Zoo Tycoon 2 is an economic game released in 2004 by Microsoft Game Studios. The game was released for PC (Windows) and Macintosh.
    The second part of the game in which you play the manager of the city zoo. Zoo Tycoon 2, is primarily a significantly improved graphics relative to the first part. The remaining elements as well as the rules of the game remained basically unchanged. Your task is, among others taking care of animals, buying new species of animals (adoption), taking care of their catwalk, feeding etc. Additionally, you also need to take care of the ZOO's finances - setting ticket prices, building boxes with food or small carousels for children. In addition, in the game you can play the ZOO employee and look after the animals of the first person view or take photos for your album.
    Zoo Tycoon 2, allows you to play without a goal (freeplay) or play one of dozens of campaigns (or challenges) prepared by the authors of the game. 

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  6. Twisted Metal 2

    The second in the Twisted Metal series of car combat games, and the last to be developed by SingleTrac, Twisted Metal 2 is considered by most of its fans to be the pinnacle of the series.
    Combat takes place between a wide array of vehicles ranging from a man strapped between two wheels to an ice cream truck, using an eclectic arrangement of weaponry. The action takes place in 8 different locales around the world, many featuring destructible buildings and landmarks.
    The plot - the least important element in games of this kind - is simple: you are competing in a worldwide car combat game staged by the a powerful man named Calypso. You pick your vehicle from an array of heavily-modified cars, including a flamethrowing Chevette, a spinning F1, to a dangerous contraption that consists of nothing more than two monster wheels (with you strapped in the middle). You then play through a series of arena throughout the world, picking up weapons and trying to kill other vehicles before you are toast.
    Like other SingleTrac games (most notably JetMoto), the gameplay in Twisted Metal 2 is very well designed. Each car has its own special move, and the game obeys a logical yet totally unrealistic physics model that allows you to turn on a dime and go flying 100 feet in the air. The weapons in comparison are quite standard: dumbfire and homing missiles, ricochet bombs, mines, napalm, and many more. The environments are also very well-designed. The Paris level, for example, features a destructible Eiffel Tower in addition to several priceless works of art in the Louvre; the Antarctica level collapses piece by piece until one small glacier island is left; the incredibly large Hong Kong level contains a subway (complete with trains coming and going on schedule) and one of the biggest and most difficult bosses you will ever see.
    There are also a few multiplayer modes to choose from, including a two-player co-operative mode that allows you and a friend to go against computer-controlled teams.
    With excellent levels, furious action, and unrealistic but fun physics, Twisted Metal 2 is definitely worth a look for anyone who enjoys games like Quarantine, Death Drome, or Rocket Jockey. Two thumbs up, way up!

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  7. Twisted Metal

    Every year, a mysterious man named Calypso sends e-mails to renowned drivers, inviting them to compete in a tournament called Twisted Metal. The conditions of the tournament are anything but ordinary: opponents fight each other in armored vehicles with mounted weapons. The winner receives an audience with Calypso, and is granted a single wish - a wish without limits, be it money, power, or even our reality itself. In 2005, the annual tournament is held again in Los Angeles, and twelve drivers, each with his own agenda, have come to compete to death.
    Twisted Metal is a vehicular combat game. The player selects one of the twelve available drivers and takes part in the competition. In the one-player story mode, the player must progress through six combat stages; all the opponents must be destroyed in order to win the race. In the two-player co-op mode, players choose a battlefield and control two cars in an attempt to get rid of the competition.
    All the vehicles are equipped with two mounted machine guns; though relatively weak, they have unlimited ammunition. Other weapons can be picked up by driving over them during the races. These include fire and homing missiles, land mines, tire spikes, and others. Each participant has a life bar, which can be replenished by entering a specific area on the stage.

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  8. SimTower: The Vertical Empire

    Maxis takes their Sim-building line vertical with SimTower, an original concept from Japan (where vertical living is much more commonplace than in many parts of the world).
    Your goal is to build a skyscraper that is both tall, aethestically pleasing, popular, and, most importantly, economically profitable. To be successful, your building cannot just be levels upon levels of officespace, or just an apartment sky-rise, but a multi-functional haven for humanity featuring everything from penthouses to theatres, restaurants to shopping malls. The centerpiece of your tower design is your elevators and proper managment is the key.
    You can watch your Sims enter and leave your grand tower, getting impatient waiting for elevators, or having a hectic work day at the office. You can even train in on one or two, to server as a metering stick for their compatriots, or just to peek into the average workday of the little people living in your building. Or watch the security and resuce crews race as distasters like bomb threats and fires rampage through your well-crafted skyscraper.

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  9. SimLife

    A complex game in which you can create your own ecosystems, animals or vegetables, then watch them eat, evolve, mate, or die.
    Feel free to create funky animals! How about a giant snail that would have to eat several trees each day to survive - or a small kangaroo that would lay eggs and eat only bugs? You can even edit their DNA code, and make your animals mutate.

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  10. Sid Meier's CivNet

    Multiplayer version of the original Civilization. Single player is still available, but there are a lot of multiplayer connection options. Gameplay is exactly the same as in the original. Beginning 4000 BC with only a few settlers, you build up your civilization by building cities, making discoveries and competing with your rivals. A map editor is included.

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  11. Streets of SimCity

    Maxis has worked to build a franchise on its thoughtful and addictive management simulations, and has earned a respectable reputation for its efforts. Streets of Simcity, an arcade driving game, is the product of an improved version of the Simcopter 3D engine, but while Simcopter is a helicopter simulation, Streets takes on the arcade racing genre with tires smoking and guns blazing. However, in a market saturated with high quality driving games, the advertised feature that gamers will find most enticing is the option to load up and drive in any Simcity 2000 city.

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  12. SimAnt

    SimAnt was released by Maxis and is part of the Sim series. In the nineties, several Sim like games were created, Sim Ant is a ant colony simulator.
    You have to manage your ants by digging tunnels, find food, protect the queen, expand your territory, fight against many enemies, including the evil red ants ! The conquest of the whole garden and the house will make you victorious.
    The game was a hit with more than 100,000 copies sold and was released on many platform. SimAnt was included in the SimClassic pack.
    This was one of the few games that the early pirate groups actively encouraged the "if you like it, buy it!" dogma. When it came out, it actually outsold SimCity and the various cosmetic packs, and there was almost no negativity seen in the reviews published in the plethora of trade rags at the time. Even PC Week gave it an excellent review, and those choads back then were notorious for hating anything that wasn't Lotus 1-2-3.

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  13. Jack Nicklaus 5

    The Jack Nicklaus series of golf games adds several new features and updates. A new MouseMeter control system is designed to feel more like real golf than the more traditional 2-click and 3-click systems which are also provided. The action can be viewed from anywhere on the course, although some views are more suited to action replays than actually taking aim or playing a shot. Ball lies are not always flat in this edition.
    This one offers nine Jack Nicklaus courses and a specially created course for the game that is similar to Pebble Beach, as well as an online facility to download over 100 more. CBS' Gary McCord provides a running commentary. The course includes a number of 3D golfers that the player controls. The course designer, a mainstay of the series, has been enhanced for this version.

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  14. X-COM: Terror from the Deep

    X-COM: Terror from the Deep is the follow-up to the resource management and tactical combat game X-COM: Enemy Unknown.
    It has been 40 years since X-COM last defeated the aliens. Now, in the year of 2040, aliens begin to appear on the Earth again. This time the threat to humanity is coming from the depths of oceans.
    The game is almost identical to the original X-COM game. The user interface, weapons, and aliens are all the same. The only difference is the adaptation of the aliens and weapons (e.g. new hand-to-hand weapons) to the ocean environment. The game features both undersea and on-land missions, and is significantly harder than its predecessor.

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  15. X-COM: UFO Defense

    In the year 1998, the amount of reports of UFO sightings has been drastically increased. Stories about abductions and alien attacks became more and more widespread. Finally, after various nations of the world have failed to intercept the UFOs, their representatives met in a conference of global importance in Geneva, Switzerland. It was eventually decided to organize a secret paramilitary group, dubbed Extraterrestrial Combat Unit (X-COM). Starting with one base, two fighters, one transport, and a few soldiers, X-COM must locate the aliens, learn about their origins and technology, find out where their base is, and destroy it.
    X-COM: UFO Defense is a strategy game featuring separate but interlinked elements. On the strategic side, called GeoScape, you get a rotating view of the globe, where you see all visible UFOs (those that are within your detection range) as well as major cities and your base(s). You order movements from here, such as sending out fighters to intercept UFOs, transports with soldiers to assault/recover UFOs, and perhaps assaults on alien bases (if you find any). You also control your research, as you must invent better weapons (the Terran weapons are just no match against the alien weapons) quickly, not to mention all the other cool tech you can recover from the aliens. You also need to control your budget, as you can't afford to overextend your reach. Researchers need to be paid, engineers (who build the new toys) need to be paid, base(s) need to be be built/expanded, planes need to be bought/maintained, supplies need to be replenished, and so on.
    You can earn money by selling unneeded stuff, and you receive funding from the nations of the world; however, a nation can decrease its funding if it decides you aren't operating efficiently enough within its region. It's even possible that a nation gets so fed up with you that it signs a pact with the aliens and ceases funding altogether.
    Once you join a ground battle, the game switches to Battlescape, which is an isometric view of the battlefield with realistic line-of-sight calculations and turn-based combat. Your mission is usually extermination of all aliens on the battlefield, though if you can capture a few it would surely help your research efforts. If you win, you also recover any alien artifacts left on the field, which can then be researched.
    In combat, each of your soldiers has a specific number of Time Units. Doing anything (moving, shooting, turning around, rearranging objects in the inventory etc.) costs a number of TUs. Once a soldier is out of TUs, he cannot act any more this turn (he gets all his TUs back on the next turn, though).

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  16. Second Sight

    The story begins with John Vattic waking up in a mysterious medical facility with no memory of who he is or how he got there. Vattic soon uncovers that he has the ability to manipulate the physical world with his mind and uses this newfound power to escape and try to discover the forgotten secrets of his past.
    The gameplay of Second Sight involves the use of both firearms and psychic abilities. John's psychic arsenal includes telekenisis, a psychic attack (either in the form of a psychic shockwave or a The sniper rifle mechanic in Second Sight, with the scope view in the corner.
    The sniper rifle mechanic in Second Sight, with the scope view in the corner.
    concentrated ball of energy), healing, invisiblity, projection, and possesion. The games arsenal of weapons includes the basic shooter weaponry, ranging from pistols to SMGs, and assault rifles to sniper rifles.
     
    There is also a stealth element to the game, allowing the player to sneak past enemies to reach their objectives, mostly relying on their charm ability (using John's psychic influence to trick the enemy into thinking John isn't there) or their projection ability to scout the area ahead. However, the game does include some instances where stealth is not an option and the player must eliminate all enemies by force (either using firearms or psychic powers).
    Due to his inherent ability to heal himself, Vattic can, if hurt, retreat to a safe place to heal and then return to the fight, although enemies will sometimes tend to respawn if the player retreats too far. 
    Though much of the game is built up to emphasize the possibility of sneaking past enemies, there are also elements of traditional shooter games, especially when teamed up with WinterICE in the past.
     
    The game doesn't contain any bosses of any sort, mainly due to the story-intensive nature of the game. The only real boss in the game is the main antagonist, Hanson. However there isn't any traditional boss fight, i.e; the player doesn't need to change the way they battle or use any special tactics on certain enemies to finish the game.

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  17. FIFA 98: Road to World Cup

    FIFA 98 is already a classic game, surprising to this day with its craftsmanship, which surpasses many later parts of the FIFA series. By many, FIFA 98 is considered to be the most complete and best balanced game in the series. It is possible to play both a friendly match and league mode, and the biggest draw of this part is definitely Road to the World Cup. On the way to the World Cup, you play for the team from the first qualification to the main tournament using different systems in different parts of the world. This game contains 16 different outdoor stadiums. There are 189 clubs and 11 leagues in the League game. Each team has specific crowd songs incorporated into the surrounding sound. In the game are all the teams that then fought in qualifiers on all continents of our Earth. You can play for the Solomon Islands, for example, and fight your way through the qualifiers to the tournament itself. Finally, the offside rule is correctly implemented, artificial intelligence has been improved and a player editor has been included. The crowds in the stadiums have different announcements in their own languages, while players have different faces and hairstyle styles. For the first time in the series, a licensed soundtrack with the many popular bands such as Blur.

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  18. Backyard Baseball

    The game consist 30 neighborhood kids from which the gamer can choose to play. Players take a managerial role by creating a team of different players to compete against opponents. In this first installment in the Backyard Sports series, the player's goal is to assemble a team of backyard kids and take them all the way to the championship - in this instance, the Ultra Grand Championship of the Universe. While not carrying an official Major League Baseball license, the game does contain 30 kids to assemble a custom team, as well as 10 fields for them to play in. The team's name, colors, and mascot can be defined, as well as its batting order and field positions.
    Each kid has ratings in running, batting, fielding, and pitching, as well as personality quirks that can either be a help - or a nuisance - to the team. Good pitching and hitting can give a team the power-ups it needs to go all the way through the 14-game season and playoffs - as well as plenty of practice in exhibition games or batting practice. In addition, the stats throughout the season can be printed, as well as player baseball cards, photos, schedules, and the trophies the team earned.

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  19. Magic & Mayhem

    After successfully graduating from the Hermetic Academy, the young magician Cornelius returns to his uncle Lucan, with whom he wants to continue his studies. However, his uncle's lab is mysteriously abandoned. Cornelius therefore decides, in a flying machine and with the help of the raven Hermes, to find Lucan. The young magician "lands hard" on the island of Avalon and encounters enemy magicians there. The next chapter of the story is up to the player. From an isometric point of view, you control the magician Cornelius, who with his spells must defeat all enemy mages on the map and complete all important tasks. Magical energy is rare, so there are portals on the map that complement the mana when cast. Magic & Mayhem contains an original magic system from ingredients. Cornelius has several spell slots, divided into good, neutral and evil. Each ingredient in a given slot will produce a different effect. You can mix spells between locations as needed. Over time, you can improve your character for the experience gained, you only gain by completing tasks.

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  20. The Movies

    The Movies is three games in one, or more accurately, two games and an editing program. It's a tycoon-style strategy game that puts you in charge of a movie studio, and a Sims-style people simulator that forces you to satisfy the needs and egos of your stars to keep them sober and producing quality films. The moviemaker is pretty much its own thing, only required to make the highest-rated movies but it has little effect on either of the other two parts of the game.
    The Movies is purely a sandbox game. There's little structure, or any missions or scenarios. You can set some starting parameters, year, amount of cash, whether you want a pre-built studio or not so you can just focus on making movies but you're always trying to maintain your studio and make money.
    Unsurprisingly, you make money producing movies. Though the structure of constructing a script, rehearsing, assigning directors and actors, and sending them off to shoot the film is similar to a little-known gem called Hollywood Mogul, Lionhead deserves a lot of credit for developing a unique interface. You spend a lot of time dragging people (with a funny thwack sound) to and from locations to drop them on objects to perform actions. Once writers create a script, you drag it to production. It's harder to describe than it is to actually utilize; this is one simple, polished, sophisticated, and terrific interface.

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  21. 7 Sins

    In this 3rd person game, you interact with other characters to gain their confidence. Each character has interests that provide different growth on confidence levels. But each one has his own personality and they can stress, depress or excite you more than anyone can afford. To control yourself you can sin: unleash your wrath, lust, or any of the 7 sins to regain self confidence, relax or unstress.
    Some actions lead you to one mini-game: G-point finder, sheep jumping, animal killing spread, visual sniper, beer drinking... they are only some of the minigames.
    Win money, fame and power while seducing, lying, bribing, stealing or anyway you can. If you get the highest level, an image gallery will unlock for you.

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  22. Diva X: Ariana

    In this installment of Diva X series of interactive virtual sex simulators, you meet Ariana, a lonesome brunette in the hotel's lobby. She was reading a book, until you came to her and began the conversation. The next events move you both to her apartment for certain reasons. The first intimate encounter with her will give you some pleasure, but more experience will be gained by your next interactive actions.
    With TFUI(tm) 2.0 Technology (Touch Feel User Interface), an icon-based 3D interface that mimics human spoken language, you are allowed to touch and sexually interact with Ariana, in real-time, from the first-person view. So, in the game you should stimulate the woman with advanced sexual functions: tongue, self-stimulation, special toys as well as your own hands and body.
    The game also includes X-Director(tm). Literally sitting in the director's seat, you take full control of the sex scenes in FMV and direct Ariana to do as you command. Advanced editing functions include record, play, save and edit XXX interactive sequences and create your own full length movies for future playback. Edit lists can be transferred via media or internet for later viewing and are compatible with subsequent instances of Diva X series. Zoom and multiple camera angles may be varied also.
    The gallery of Ariana's static pictures in compromising situations and video-shoot outtakes are also present.

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  23. Girlfriend Tracy

    Girlfriend Tracy is a video game published in 1995 on DOS by AIVR Corp. It's a simulation game, set in an adult and interactive movie themes.
    Girlfriend is an artificial intelligence program which mimics the responses of a human female in a conversation. You enter a sentence through the key-board, and she answers in a few seconds.

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  24. Girlfriend Terri

    Girlfriend Terri, a really nice simulation game sold in 1994 for DOS, is available and ready to be played again! Time to play an adult and interactive movie video game title.
    Girlfriend is an artificial intelligence program which mimics the responses of a human female in a conversation. You enter a sentence through the key-board, and she answers in a few seconds.

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  25. Airline 69: Return to Casablanca

    Airline 69: Return to Casablanca continues in the same vain as the developer's previous Wet Attack: The Empire Cums Back and is a managerial strategy game with erotic elements. The game is set in 1942 and the player takes the role of the pilot Wayne whose aircraft is shot down over Casablanca. Fortunately he survives and even gains a love interest: the secret agent Chou-Chou who hid in said aircraft. The goal of the game is to gain a license for an own airline and keep Chou-Chou happy.
    At first, the player has only the option to do small-time trading: talking to the various people of Casablanca, buying one of the 24 wares (each trader has the same ground prices which have to be lowered with haggling and the player can only purchase one item per ware at a time) and selling it for a profit. Later, when the player takes over the bordello and receives the airline license, more managerial options become available. However, progression is not only based on earning enough money but also on buying information from the same traders. Depending on the current progression, more information becomes available which means all persons have to checked regularly. Additionally the player needs click on the correct interactive screen elements.
    Locations are reached by choosing them from the city map and (just like the characters) are represented with drawn comics graphics. Females are usually depicted naked and with large breasts; the animations in those screens mostly show sexual acts. As managerial game most of the time is spent in those screens and the menus which are opened by clicking on the associated spots and persons. The only exception are the mini games: to keep Chou-Chou happy the player both has to buy her presents and solve the sex mini game (using the correct sex tool on one of her four erogenous zones) and airline missions involve playing a basic vertically scrolling shooter.

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