Retro PC Games
Retro PC Games for those who loved to play those classic games from the 90's into the early 2000's
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EF2000 is a combat flight simulator video game released in 1995 for the PC DOS. It is the sequel to Digital Image Design's earlier software title, TFX. Gameplay consists of quick combat, simulator (free flight mode), training, multiplayer and campaign mode. The game featured a dynamic campaign that simulating a campaign set in northern Europe. Missions require the player to evade ground-based and airborne defenses. Mid-air refueling is included.
Earth 2160 is a real time strategy (RTS) computer game, the third in the "Earth" series and developed by Reality Pump studios. It is a direct sequel to Earth 2150. North America receiving the latest release of the game November 2005. The game continues the dystopic themes of the previous Earth games, and is set in numerous locales throughout the solar system.
Earth 2150: The Moon Project is a sequel to the real time strategy game Earth 2150. While the game is in fact a stand-alone game, many consider it an expansion pack because it does little more than provide new missions, and weapons. The story takes place alongside the original game's story. The Moon Project was released in 2000 by Strategic Simulations, Inc.
Earth 2150 also known as Earth 2150: Escape from the Blue Planet is a real-time strategy game, originally published in 2000 by SSI and the Polish developer Reality Pump and a sequel to the largely unknown Earth 2140. It was one of the first commercial full-3D games of its kind.
Earth 2140 is a 2-D real-time strategy computer game created in 1997 by Polish-based Reality Pump Studios and published by TopWare Interactive (later acquired by Zuxxez Entertainment). Due to lack of publicity and marketing, the game was virtually unknown in the United States as well as Western Europe. It has two sequels, Earth 2150 and Earth 2160. Although not popular in US and Western Europe, the game sold quite well in Turkey.
Dungeon Keeper 2 is a strategy game developed by Bullfrog Productions and published by Electronic Arts in June of 1999 for Microsoft Windows. It was the sequel to Dungeon Keeper and predecessor to the canceled Dungeon Keeper 3. Unlike the original, Molyneux did not have an active role in the creation of Dungeon Keeper 2, though many of his ideas lived on from the previous game.
Dungeon Keeper is a strategy video game developed by Bullfrog Productions under Peter Molyneux and released by Electronic Arts in July 1997 for the PC in which the player attempts to build and manage a dungeon or lair while protecting it from invading 'hero' characters intent on stealing the player's accumulated treasures and killing various monsters. This was Molyneux's final project with Bullfrog before he left the company in August 1997 to form Lionhead Studios.
Dune 2000 is a real-time strategy video game, programmed by Intelligent Games and released by Westwood Studios in 1998 for Microsoft Windows. It is a partial remake of Dune II, which is loosely based on Frank Herbert's Dune universe. The story of the game is similar to Dune II, and is continued in Emperor: Battle for Dune. The game uses a similar game engine to Westwood's Command & Conquer: Red Alert.
Duke Nukem 3D is a first-person shooter video game developed by 3D Realms and published by GT Interactive Software. The full version was released for the PC on January 29, 1996. It is a sequel to the platform games Duke Nukem and Duke Nukem II published by Apogee. An expansion pack, Plutonium Pak, was released in November 1996.
Doom 3 is a science fiction survival horror first-person shooter video game developed by id Software and published by Activision. Doom 3 was first released for Microsoft Windows on August 3, 2004. The game is a reboot of the Doom franchise, disregarding the story lines of the previous Doom video games.
Domination (alternative title: Massive Assault: Phantom Renaissance) is a science fiction turn-based tactics game and is the third incarnation of Massive Assault with the subtitle “Massive Assault Like Never Before”. During the Galactic Revolution, you can side with either the Free Nations Union or the Phantom League to decide the outcome of the conflict.
Dogs of War: Battle on Primus IV is a science fiction real-time strategy game developed by Silicon Dreams Studios and published by TalonSoft. It was released in the United States on July 30, 2000. The game is particular in that it does not simply provide a top-down view to command one's army, but also allows the player to control units individually in third-person view.
Diablo II is an action role-playing hack and slash video game developed by Blizzard North and published by Blizzard Entertainment in 2000 for Windows. Building on the success of its predecessor Diablo, Diablo II was one of the most popular games of 2000. Major factors that contributed to Diablo II's success include its continuation of popular fantasy themes from the previous game and its access to Blizzard's free online play service Battle.net
Diablo is an action role-playing hack and slash video game developed by Blizzard North and released by Blizzard Entertainment on December 31, 1996. Set in the fictional Kingdom of Khanduras, located in the world of Sanctuary, Diablo has the player take control of a lone hero battling to rid the world of Diablo, the Lord of Terror. Beneath the town of Tristram, the player journeys through sixteen dungeon levels, ultimately entering Hell itself in order to face Diablo.
Deus Ex: Invisible War is an action role-playing video game developed by Ion Storm and published by Eidos Interactive. Released for Microsoft Windows on December 2, 2003, the game is a sequel to the critically acclaimed Deus Ex. The game takes place twenty years after Deus Ex, in a world being rebuilt after a catastrophic event called "The Collapse."
Descent: FreeSpace – The Great War is a 1998 space combat simulation IBM PC compatible computer game developed by Volition, Inc. when it was split off from Parallax Software. Published by Interplay Entertainment, it is also known as Conflict: FreeSpace – The Great War in Europe.
On December 10, 1999,Interplay released the official expansion pack for Descent 3, titled Descent 3: Mercenary. This expansion pack added a completely new campaign which detailed the events that occurred at the end of Descent II up to the first quarter of the singleplayer campaign of Descent 3, as well as several multiplayer levels and the Descent 3 Level Editor.
Descent 3 is the third game in the Descent series of computer games, well known for the use of six degrees of freedom and true 3D rendering technology. Descent 3 constituted a major technical upgrade over its two predecessors, introducing many ground breaking graphical techniques like portal rendering, procedural texturing and advanced lighting.
Descent II is a 3D first-person shooter video game noted for popularizing the use of true 3D rendering technology and providing the player with six full degrees of freedom (often abbreviated "6DOF") to move and to look around. Originally planned as an expansion (and not a sequel) to Descent, Descent II runs on the same engine with enhancements and added more weapons, and robots with improved AI. It was followed by Descent 3.
Darklight Conflict is a space combat simulator video game developed by Rage Software and published by Electronic Arts in 1997 for PCs running MSDOS or versions of Microsoft Windows before Windows 2000. In this game, you play the part of a contemporary human fighter pilot abducted by the alien Repton species during your aerial battle, and biologically modified to become a starfighter pilot for them in their war against the Ovon race.
Dark Reign 2 is a 3D real-time strategy Windows game released on June 30, 2000 by Activision and Pandemic Studios. Being a prequel to Dark Reign: The Future of War, Dark Reign 2's storyline focuses on what has come before the conflict in the first Dark Reign. The game features three modes: campaign, online multi-player and an instant action mode.