DescriptionA significant part of these games takes place in a Post-Apocalyptic world. After the end of civilization as we know it, before a new and equal society has arisen to replace it. Often a world-wide nuclear war, where radiation has created mutants, entire cities are leveled, and necessities like gas, food, and water are hard to come by. However, the setting applies to any world that was destroyed following a major disaster: post-nuclear war, post-pandemic, post-zombie apocalypse, post-natural disaster (like global weather disaster or asteroid strike), or, even, post-alien invasion.
Earth lies in ruins after an invasion by an alien race known as the Oblivion. The player, Codename: Havoc, is...
In the year 2096, the "Second Aggression" of the anomaly centered in Kiev, Ukraine, took place. The "Second Aggression" destroyed...
In this stand-alone add-on to Collapse, the events start out directly after the end of the original game. These additional...
Nintendo DS (2007)
Contra 4 for the Nintendo DS is a direct sequel to 1994 SNES Contra III: Alien Wars. Two years after...
In 2102 C.E., a giant asteroid enters Earth's orbit, only to be revealed too late that inside are a horde...
Ice Crusade is a standalone continuation of the post-nuclear real time strategy Cuban Missile Crisis: The Aftermath from G5 software....
This wargame is set in a hypothetical reality in which the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962 was the beginning of...
Curse of Dragor is a single-player, role playing game similar to Dungeon Master, Eye of the Beholder and the like.The...
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- 4.50 NieR: Automata (2017)
- 4.29 The Last of Us: Remastered (2014)
- 4.28 Mad Max (2015)
- 4.27 Redline (1999)
- 4.25 Advance Wars: Days of Ruin (2008)
- 4.24 Disaster: Day of Crisis (2008)
- 4.21 The Last of Us (2013)
- 4.20 Illusion City: Gen'ei Toshi (1991)
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Post-Apocalyptic is part of Setting. This group of genres contain:
- China (Ancient/Imperial)
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- Historical Events
- Industrial Age
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- Middle East
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- World War I
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