Turn-based

Description

Turn-Based games are divided in turns. Players can usually only interact with the game during their turn.
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Golden Swords Windows Front Cover

Windows (2016)

Windows 3.x (1992)

Gold Monkey is a single player, mouse controlled strategy game that is something of a cross between Minesweeper and Snake.The...

Gold of the Americas: The Conquest of the New World DOS Front Cover

DOS (1989), Amiga (1990), Atari ST (1989) and Apple IIgs (1991)

Subtitled "Conquest Of The New World". A four player strategy game in which you took the role of either England,...

Golem Windows Front Cover

Windows (2003)

Golem takes place on earth in the distant future after a certain cataclysm, which the opening FMV depicts as a...

DOS (1982)

This particular computer adaptation of golf is entirely text-based. Each tee has a different length and par, and the player...

Mainframe (1973), Intel 8080 (1976) and Zilog Z80 (1976)

Golf is a text-based golfing game for multiple players. Each turn the player must choose a club which makes the...

Wang 2200 (1975)

Golf is a text-based golfing game for up to four players. Each turn the player must choose a club (choices...

HP Programmable Calculator (1976)

Golf allows the player to play golf on an HP programmable calculator. The player can choose between different clubs by...

HP Programmable Calculator (1976)

Golf is a golfing game for the HP-67 and HP-97. Up to two players can choose their handicap and swing...

Sol-20 (1978) and Mainframe (1972)

Golf 2 is a text-based golfing game. The game features six fictional courses in which the player can try to...

Windows 3.x (1998)

Golf Patience is a shareware solitaire card game from AG Crump Software. It was released independently as a ‘taster’ game...

Golf's Best: St. Andrews - The Home of Golf Apple II Front Cover

DOS (1986), Commodore 64 (1986) and Apple II (1986)

Golf's Best: St. Andrews - The Home of Golf is a golf simulation which allows you to experience the layout...

Golf Shiyou yo: Course Data Shuu - Adventure Hen Dreamcast Front Cover Manual - Front

Dreamcast (2000)

This Courses Data disc is an append disc for Golf Shiyou yo (known as Tee Off in the west) which...

Windows 3.x (1996)

Golly! Ghosts! Goal! is a remake of the puzzle game Color Lines featuring characters from Namco's arcade game Golly! Ghost!...

Mainframe (1973)

Gomoko is an adaptation of the board game Gomoku. The player and computer take turns to place markers on a...

Commodore PET/CBM (1979)

In this adaptation of the traditional board game Gomoku, the player can play against the AI. Normal rules apply. Each...

Mainframe (1994)

Gomoku is a terminal implementation of a classic match-5 game played on a 19x19 Go board. Players take turns to...

Sol-20 (1981) and Mainframe (1972)

Gomoku is a BASIC implementation of the Japanese board game. The game uses a 9x9 grid and players take turns...

Intel 8080 (1976)

Go-Moku! is a computer adaptation of the classic board game. The player can play against the computer in a match...

Windows 3.x (1994)

GoMoku Narabe is a shareware implementation of the Japanese board game of the same name, better known as ‘Five-In-A-Row’ elsewhere....

WonderSwan (2000)

A simple collection of two classic puzzle games Gomoku Narabe & Reversi/Othello.Gomoku Narabe is a ancient Japanese game the title...

Browser (2013)

Google Feud is a game that is similar to Family Feud in its play style. After you select a category...

Gooka: The Mystery of Janatris Windows Front Cover

Windows (2004)

In Gooka: The Mystery of Janatris, the main part of the game is a puzzle-solving adventure in third-person 3D perspective....

Amiga (1991) and Atari ST (1990)

Go Player is a computer adaption of the old board game Go which is most often played in Eastern Asia....

ZX Spectrum (1989)

The Gordello Incident is a three part text adventure game which, unusually, uses a split screen to control two characters....

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