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    As the name suggests, Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004: A Century of Flight, is that year's version of the popular simulator from Microsoft and celebrates 100 years of flight. Flight Simulator 2004 includes 9 historical aircraft such as the Wright Flyer from 1903, DC-3, Vickers Vimy, Curtiss Jenny and the Ryan NVP 'Spirit of St. Louis’ that you can pilot and new challenges centered around the historical aircraft. It includes a new help system called 'Learning Center' and an improved ATC, and a new dynamic weather system. The GPS systems in Flight Simulator 2004 have been completely overhaulled and are now based on real world Garmin 500/295 GPS systems.
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    OpenLoco is an Open Source re-implementation of Chris Sawyer's Locomotion, a construction and management simulation video game that simulates running a transport company.
    OpenLoco is an open-source re-implementation of Chris Sawyer's Locomotion (CSL). CSL is the spiritual successor to Transport Tycoon, and OpenLoco aims to improve the game, similar to how OpenTTD enhanced Transport Tycoon and OpenRCT2 improved RollerCoaster Tycoon.
    Chris Sawyer's Locomotion was initially written by Chris Sawyer in x86 assembly, building on top of his RollerCoaster Tycoon 2 engine. Much of the code is 1:1 with RollerCoaster Tycoon 2. However, the engine has changed substantially enough that OpenLoco currently does not share its codebase with OpenRCT2.
    Recent implementation efforts have focussed on re-implementing the UI so that the data structures involved may be better understood. Once this is done, we hope the game logic will be easier to understand and implement.
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    In Transport Tycoon, you are in charge of a transport company starting in 1930 in the midst of The Great Depression, and your aim is to build up an empire of trains, ships, lorries, planes and helicopters, with technological evolution to be taken into account. You can play alone, or with a number of computer-controlled rivals.
    At the beginning of the game, you (and your rivals) have a large terrain at your disposal. The terrain is shown in isometric projection and includes hills, rivers, lakes, bridges, industrial facilities and a lot of small towns. It is up to you to decide how to start building your empire.
    Maybe you can begin by connecting two towns with a road, building a vehicle depot somewhere next to the road, and setting up bus stops in both towns. Now just buy a bus (initially, there are just a few models available, but more buses appear with time), set its schedule, and watch as it goes between both bus stops, taking passengers and unloading them, earning you money. You can also transport passengers by building train tracks, sea ports, or airports and then buying appropriate vehicles - trains, ferries, planes.
    If you set up a station next to an industrial facility (such as a factory, a power plant or a farm), you can also transport various cargo, such as coal, livestock or wood, which allows you to earn much more money than transporting passengers. Of course, you'll have to buy special lorries and train cars if you'll want to deal with these. Most businesses offer certain types of cargo and are ready to pay for transporting other cargo to them; for example, a steel mill has a lot of steel to fill your cars, and will gladly accept iron ore if you have any.
    Clicking on any of your vehicles brings up a small window where you can observe a live feed of what the vehicle is doing and look up its status. If anything important happens during the game (such as a particular station accepting its first vehicle), it is shown as a newspaper headline at the bottom of the screen.
    Various versions exist building upon the DOS original, with the most notably different being the PlayStation port, which in addition to the isometric graphics includes a 3D view of the world map taking advantage of the PlayStation’s graphics hardware. The game was followed up with the release of the World Editor and later re-released in enhanced form as Transport Tycoon Deluxe.
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    Repack by MagiPack (includes Jason's Freelancer Patch v1.25)
    Freelancer is a direct sequel to Microsoft’s mission-based space combat simulator Starlancer. However, unlike its predecessor Freelancer combines combat and trading within an open world environment. Due to the involvement of Wing Commander's creator Chris Roberts it is largely considered to be the spiritual successor to Origin Systems’ Wing Commander: Privateer.
    Set 800 years after the events of Starlancer, the game revolves around the adventures of freelance pilot Edison Trent, survivor of an attack on the space station Freeport 7. Having lost the deal of a lifetime (worth a million credits) in the attack, Trent teams up with Jun'ko ‘Juni’ Zane, of the Liberty Security Force, and together they begin to investigate events connected to the attack.
    While the story progresses through the completion of specific storyline missions, Trent is free to spend time exploring, trading, or even smuggling. He also has the option of taking freelance combat missions offered by the many factions that inhabit the 48 star systems within the game.
    The star systems themselves are beautifully detailed. A vast range of planets await exploration, along with brightly burning stars, nebulas, treacherous asteroid fields and vast expanses of space junk (often home to hostile outcasts).
    One striking feature of Freelancer is the way it is controlled. A joystick is not required as the game is keyboard and mouse driven. Keys control the forward movement of the ship while moving the mouse with the left button held down allows the ship to change direction. At the same time the targeting crosshair is dragged across the screen by the movement of the mouse and the right mouse button is then used to fire the ship’s guns. This works surprisingly well making it an instantly accessible game.
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    SimCity Enhanced CD-ROM, also known as SimCity Enhanced Cinematic Multimedia, is a remake of SimCity created by Maxis and released by Maxis and Interplay in 1993 for PC CD-ROM and Macintosh.
    The game is not changed compared to the original (if we exclude the VGA graphics instead of EGA). Still, there are several cutscenes with movies recorded with real Hollywood actors, plus voices that will give you feedback and suggestions.
    Reviews were not highly positive: many complained because the videos or audio were distracting. Anyway, it's a fun remake of a popular game.
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    Nickelodeon 3D Movie Maker is a Nickelodeon-themed version of 3D Movie Maker. This spin-off includes 12 characters and 11 unique scenes from Rocko's Modern Life, The Ren & Stimpy Show and Aaahh!!! Real Monsters, with Stick Stickly serving as a guide. An unofficial expansion pack was later created, allowing Nickelodeon actors, props, scenes, music and sounds to be used in the original 3D Movie Maker
    Nickelodeon 3D Movie Maker is an addon for 3D Movie Maker, you will need the original game to play.
     
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    3D Movie Maker (commonly shortened to 3DMM) is a children's computer program developed by Microsoft Home's Microsoft Kids subsidiary in 1995. Using the program, users can make simple films by placing 3D characters and props into pre-rendered environments/backgrounds, as well as adding actions, sound effects, music, text, speech and special effects. Movies are then saved in the .3mm file format.
    The biggest fan-community of 3D Movie Maker, 3Dmm Studio, still works, even though it wasn't updated since 2006. Visit it to find useful tools and archive of user-created movies. Or you can use our forums and its dedicated 3DMM Studio thread.
    In May 2022, Microsoft published original source code of the program, which can be obtained on GitHub or Archive.org
    3D Movie Maker has an addon available: Nickelodeon 3D Movie Maker, don't miss it!
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    Direct from the TV series, ER places you in the life of an intern in the emergency room. Start out with few skills and work your way up as you treat patients with 6 categories of injuries - general surgery, neurology, broken bones, cardiac, pediatrics, and toxicology.
    Not only do you need to treat the patients, but you need to get along with the staff as well. If you're near a friendly staff member, your skills increase. However, if you're near a staff member who doesn't like you, or even hates you, your skills will decrease. There are a number of ways to improve your relationships including talking about various things with the staff and giving gifts. You can also receive gifts from patients who you treat.
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    Possibly the dryest Sim- game Maxis ever made, SimHealth puts you in control of the U.S.health care system-- evidently Maxis felt that the heated debates during the 1996 presidential election would induce many fans to try their hands at the subject 😉
    Despite its commercial failure, SimHealth is a solid simulation that really gives different (if perhaps not "realistic") results of your decision. Want to cut insurance or increase family medicine practice? Here's your chance-- with the end goal of getting re-elected again when the time comes.
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    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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    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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    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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    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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    Singles 2 is a Life Simulation Game, similar to The Sims.
    You play as Josh, a young musician who just moved to a new city. He moves in with Kim, a crazy girl - and is very surprised when he finds out that his other flatmate is Anna, is ex! Josh bitterly disappointed Anna in the past and now he wants to win her back. Anna, however, is not so happy to see Josh again...
    In the Story Mode you can only control Josh; it is also possible to play the story from the perspective of Anna. You can buy lots of new furniture and items for your flat, you must improve various character skills such as flirting, cooking and repairing and you can interact with other Singles. Interaction can mean anything from smalltalk to hot sex.
    There is also a Free Play Mode where you can control three Singles of your choice. Singles 2 has a strong focus on love and erotic. It also includes a boy-boy and girl-girl mode.
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    Singles: Flirt Up Your Life is a relationship simulator. Think "The Sims" on a much smaller scale but with a more detailed character interaction.
    The game starts of by giving you 2 couples who live in a flat. Your task is to explore their relationship while controlling their tasks like cooking, watching TV and a whole lot more. The couples will fight with each like in real life too. Then there are moments where the couples will get intimate with each other. This where the fun starts as players are given a few levels of eroticism to play with. Starting from mild kissing up to making love or having a shower together.
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    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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    SimCity 3000 is an economic game released in 1999 by Electronic Arts, Inc. The game was released for PC (Windows) and Macintosh.
    In the game, you play the mayor. Our task is to manage the city. We start the game on an empty area where we will develop our city. In selected sectors, you can create zones for residential, commercial and industrial purposes. In addition to the division into zones, you can build roads, parks, trains, water pipes, power plants and many more.
    Your task is to create a thriving city. If you fail - you will be deprived of office.
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    There are many tycoon series, but never thought there would be one to build your own casino.
    You start with a bunch of money and an empty floor. For you the goal is to get the casino filled with people playing games and lose their money to you.
    Should work fine on Windows 10.
     
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    EF2000 is a simulator of the Eurofighter 2000 fighter aircraft. The game is set in a fictitious war conflict, when Russia is about to invade Europe and for this purpose creates strongholds in northern Europe (for easier progress of its invading troops). The individual battles will take place in the detailed modeled environments of the Baltics, Finland, Sweden, Norway and parts of Russia.
    The game contains 3 game modes: Quick Combat, Simulator and Training. Quick Combat and Simulator are the two main modes in which air battles with machines take place according to real models (F-15 Eagle, F-16 Fighting Falcon, Mig-29, Mig-21) or various operational tasks are performed (destruction of ground targets ). Training mode includes aircraft exercises and controls (takeoffs, landings or refueling in flight).
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    At the time, this game made a real revolution. There were no superheroes, ancient secrets and half-naked beauties with submachine guns, you didn't wear commando's camouflage pants and you didn't hold a cold steel pistol in your hand. You have lived in an ordinary life in a virtual world. Tie a Hermes tie around your neck, get a Samsonite briefcase and go to work. Yes, what else did you expect? You have to make money to get your wife happy, and it's high time to buy a big TV. Neighbours are coming to visit, you have to get ready. Welcome to life.
    Sims are like humans. Only tiny. Each of them has an impressive number of needs - from the most primitive to the highly spiritual - satisfy them, otherwise you will get a "completely dissatisfied person". Don't forget that you are not alone here - it would be nice to take care of your loved ones as well. The sims around you (I almost wrote "people") will run to you to meet, communicate, and then, maybe, they'll come to the wedding (no, what you think they'll show won't show what a pity). Of course, everything depends on you - you can be a smelly neighbor with a dirty driveway and dirty shoes, no one will even look at you. But if you become a charming handsome man, you will immediately make a fuss and the Sims from all around will start coming to you (and emptying your refrigerator).
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