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Category description: Both simulation and strategy games often aim for realism as they aim to put players into situations and challenge them to meet the game's goals. From hockey to kart racing, from pinball to space exploration, these games will often require thoughtful engagement and planning, while also emphasizing fast eye-hand coordination.
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Jagged Alliance

Jagged Alliance began the long-lived and well-liked series of turn-based military strategy games on PC and other … VIEW

Lawn Mower

Views: 2,0231987FreewareSimulation / Strategy Chrisopher D. Orr
At its heart Lawn Mower is a maze or Pac-Man like game. Although I had seen some shareware Windows games with a similar … VIEW

Lemwar

Views: 1,8062001FreewareSimulation / Strategy E. Wenners
Lemmings at War is a twist on the classic Lemmings game. Actually the gameplay is more similar to that of the Worms … VIEW

LHX Attack Chopper

LHX Attack Chopper was a game some of my grade-school chums were heavily into back in the day. (Gee, I feel old ...) … VIEW

Mean Mini Golf

Views: 1,4921992FreewareSimulation / Strategy Jonathan Lexa
Mean Mini Golf is a simple miniature golf simulation using primitive graphics. What's "mean" about it? Well besides the … VIEW

MinerVGA

Views: 2,0811989Public DomainSimulation / Strategy Harrell W. Stiles
MinerVGA is part strategy, part maze exploration, and part simulation. The object is to mine as many precious metals out … VIEW

Morkin 2

Views: 1,2401992FreewareSimulation / Strategy Conan
Morkin 2 is a 1-5 player strategic battle game, sort of like Magic: The Gathering except without the cards. Each wizard … VIEW

Mortar Mayhem

Mortar Mayhem is a copycat game, but a pretty good one. In Mortar Mayhem the object is to destroy your opponent's tanks … VIEW

Motor Mania

Views: 7101989SharewareSimulation / Strategy Eric Hewitt
Motor Mania is a CGA PC interpretation of the classic Excitebike game. It plays similarly to the Nintendo classic; the … VIEW

Need for Speed

The first game in the now venerable Need for Speed series made an appearance for DOS computers, in addition to the … VIEW

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