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Strategy/Tactics

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Strategy/Tactics games revolve around strategic and/or tactical usage of resources often in combat or managerial scenarios.
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Windows 3.x (1992)

Cheese Terminator is a Sokoban clone, a top-down puzzle game where the player, controlling a mouse, must push all the...

Windows (2000)

Cheesy Pursuit is one of a package of games produced by The Code Zone. Games from this package were used,...

Windows (2007), PlayStation 2 (2007) and Wii (2007)

Cheggers Party Quiz is a typical quiz game starring UK TV presenter Keith Chegwin. One playing round consists of eight...

Amiga (1990)

This is a turn-based strategy game set during the Bolivian civil war in 1966/67. The player takes the role of...

Chess PlayStation Front Cover

PlayStation (2001)

This PlayStation adaptation of the classic board game allows two-player play or single player matches against ten different computer opponents....

DOS (1981)

Chess is one of the oldest PC games ever made: it was written in March, 1980 and converted to IBM...

Chess ZX Spectrum Front Cover

ZX Spectrum (1983) and ZX81 (1981)

The classic game of chess against the computer. The AI has ten skill levels and can effectively play both sides...

Chess Oric Front Cover

Oric (1984)

IJK's Chess is a classic chess boardgame adaptation: You play white side against black side (or reverse), capturing pieces when...

Browser (1998)

Chess is an online adaptation of the original board game, played on a checkered board with eight squares on each...

Mattel Aquarius (1983)

A game of chess for 1 or 2 players, there's also a demonstration mode. Eight difficulty levels, undo/replay/suggest a move....

Amiga (1987)

Originally released in source code form to the old USENET group net.sources.games simply as "Chess", this C language implementation of...

Chess iPad Front Cover

iPhone (2013), Android (2013) and iPad (2013)

Chess, unsurprisingly, is an adaptation of the titular game. It allows the player to compete with another human or with...

Chess Android Front Cover

Android (2010)

Chess allows to play the board game against a computer or against another human player. It is based on the...

BBC Micro (1983) and Electron (1984)

Chess allows you to play a game of chess against either the computer or another player. All the rules of...

Chess! DOS Front Cover

DOS (1992)

Chess! was originally released as shareware under the name EdChess.This game has the following features: A command line parameter to...

Amiga (1989)

Chess 2.0 is an updated Amiga port of the Stanback Chess Program. In contrast to the 1.0 port, this version...

Windows (2014) and Ouya (2014)

Chess 2: The Sequel is based on the rules of chess with the intention to break the importance of memorization....

Browser (2003)

Chess 3D is an online adaptation of the original board game, played on a typical 8x8 checkered board. The players...

DOS (1984)

Chess88 is an early chess game of human player vs. computer player with up to six difficulty levels. The game...

Commodore PET/CBM (1979)

Chessboard allows two players to play chess on the PET. It visualizes the chess board and records every move so...

Windows (2000)

ChessCards is one of a package of games produced by The Code Zone. Games from this package were used, in...

Chess Champ Windows Front Cover

Windows (2003)

Chess Champ is another chess program for Microsoft Windows.Although simple to use, with its top-down view (no 3D view) many...

DOS (1988)

Chess & Checkers is a simple, two player, shareware implementation of these classic board games.There is no 'intelligence' in this...

Palm OS (2001)

This compilation of three classic board games (Chess, Checkers and Reversi) can be played on a Palm PDA by syncing...

Windows (2003)

ChesseR is an application that allows you to play correspondence chess with anyone that has an email address. Visually the...

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