Sid Meier's Civilization III
Civilization III is a triumphant proclamation that strategy gaming is alive and well and still able to keep you rooted in front of your computer for hours at a time.
Each level becomes an exercise in simply marching your squad around the map and watching your troops gun down any bugs that get in your way.
Majesty: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim (2000)
Majesty is original, fun, and challenging, and it's a winning combination of real-time strategy and role-playing elements.
RollerCoaster Tycoon has the potential to capture a pretty good niche market - and for the most part, it succeeds.
MechWarrior 3: Pirate's Moon Expansion Pack
MechWarrior 3 players who found the original game's campaign short or uninspired will find Pirate's Moon to be all too familiar.
While this game may look cute, it is in fact as sophisticated and enjoyable as the very best strategy games out there.
Star Trek: The Next Generation: Klingon Honor Guard
Klingon Honor Guard is a decent action game utilizing the Star Trek franchise.
While it doesn't have the ultrarealism of a game such as Pro Pinball: Timeshock, Addiction Pinball offers more sensory gratification.
M1 Tank Platoon II
M1 Tank Platoon II is still an extremely well-done and researched simulation, and is almost worthy of the name.
The simple rules and basic control structure make it a game that anyone can learn to play in about five minutes.
Civ II: Fantastic Worlds
It's not as addictive as the original, but it's still a lot of fun.
Adventurers longing for a deep and rich story, with carefully crafted characters, coupled with swashbuckling fighting action and challenging puzzles and problem solving, look no further.
The developers of 7th Legion forgot to include something in their game: strategy.
Magic: The Gathering - Spells of the Ancients
With a price tag of around thirty bucks, Spells of the Ancients is an expansion pack that promises a lot of power for a moderate price.
This is almost the X-COM sequel that folks have been hoping for.