Sci-Fi / Futuristic

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A significant part of these games takes place in the future or outer space or features many science fiction elements.
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Windows (2005)

In a distant future when mankind finally stopped fighting with itself for the dominion of space the brightest minds in...

Glider Rider ZX Spectrum Front Cover

Commodore 64 (1986), ZX Spectrum (1986) and Amstrad CPC (1986)

The World Government has taken the decision to wipe out the Abraxas Corporation, a weaponry-dealing regime that has helped dictators...

Glitchhikers Macintosh Front Cover

Windows (2014) and Macintosh (2014)

Glitchhikers is an experimental game about driving late at night, picking up hitchhikers on the way. The gameplay is minimalistic,...

Global Commander Atari ST Front Cover

Amiga (1988), Atari ST (1988), Commodore 64 (1987), ZX Spectrum (1987), Amstrad CPC (1987) and Amstrad PCW (1988)

Armageddon Man casts you as the Supreme Commander of a future barely balanced Earth. The Earth has been split into...

Global Defence Force PlayStation 2 Front Cover

PlayStation 2 (2005)

The second game in the The Chikyuu Boueigun series, renamed Global Defence Force for its English release (similarly the first...

Global Defense Network Windows Front Cover

Windows (2004)

The Global Defense Network is always looking out for the welfare of our planet. To that end, they are always...

Global Domination Windows Front Cover

Windows (1998) and PlayStation (1999)

Global Domination is an action-based strategical wargame that is based on the fictional game James Bond plays against Maximillian Largo...

Amiga (1990) and Commodore 64 (1990)

Set in the future, Globetrotter is a side view scrolling game where the screen scrolls to the left or right...

Globetrotters iPad Front Cover

Browser (2011) and iPad (2011)

Globetrotters is a game for up to four players played on a single screen. Each player uses a single key...

DOS (1996)

Glook is a side-scrolling shooting game similar to Defender. The player controls a small armed flying craft and must fend...

Gloom Amiga Front Cover

Amiga (1995) and Amiga CD32 (1995)

As the title implies, Gloom is an attempt at recreating Doom for the Amiga. In 1995 this was a big...

Linux (2014) and Windows (2014)

GlPortal is a 1st-person puzzle game based around physics and teleportation similar to the Portal series. The player controls the...

Linux (1998) and Windows (2000)

The player drives a lightcycle (a futuristic bike from the movie Tron), that leaves a inpenetrable trail behind. There are...

Windows (2009)

In Glum Buster, a free "charityware" game, you travel to several surreal worlds to bust up some "glum". On your...

Commodore 16, Plus/4 (1986)

As a newly qualified graduate of the Space Geology College, things are looking good for G Man as he explores...

Amiga (1988) and Atari ST (1988)

In G.Nius the player takes the role of G.Nius, a robot, who has crash landed with his space ship. Now...

G-Nome Windows Front Cover

Windows (1997)

In the future, an uneasy peace exists between four races. The Humans, the Darken, the Merc and the Scorp. The...

God Eater 2: Rage Burst PlayStation 4 Front Cover
God Eater 2: Rage Burst Windows Front Cover

Windows (2016)

This PC release is a port of the console game God Eater 2: Rage Burst. It includes a free copy...

God Eater: Resurrection PlayStation 4 Front Cover

SNES (1996)

The year is 1999. A boy named Gen lives together with his mother in a small Japanese city. One day...

PlayStation (1998)

G·O·D Pure is a remake of G.O.D: Mezameyo to Yobu Koe ga Kikoe.The story and the gameplay system remain the...

Gods Eater: Burst PSP Front Cover

PSP (2010) and PS Vita (2012)

Gods Will Be Watching Linux Front Cover

Linux (2014), Windows (2014), Macintosh (2014), iPad (2015) and Fire OS (2015)

In Gods Will Be Watching you take the role of Sergeant Burden. You are the leader of a small team,...

TurboGrafx CD (1993)

This interpretation of the famous giant monster from the Japanese cinematic industry takes form of a fighting game, only instead...

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