Five years after Silent Service MicroProse published second version of the game with improved graphics, but basically identical with the original. As they say you can’t improve the perfection...
Early 3D graphics plus interesting concept made this game one of the best in the genre - shooter with elements of simulation set during World War 2 aboard the British destroyer.
Back in the wild 1990s the game industry looked completely different - the games were distributed on discs and... that’s it. Oh well, not that completely different then, but Software Manager can show you how different.
Early strategy game simulating one of the major battles of 1944, famous Battle of the Bulge, the last offensive of Wehrmacht in World War 2.
After publishing one of the best arcade soccer games, Sensible Soccer, the creators published the title that was an extension of the game - this time we were able to run the club and play the matches.
The Lone Detective
free online detective game
One of the early simulations based on the 1964 war movie The Train - during World War 2 French resistance takes control over a train and drives it towards Normandy, where Allied forces have landed.
Build your own career as a soccer player and make it to the top to become the player of the year.
Soccer management game made with a little twist - all the events that take place in the game are accompanied by samples from sitcoms, movies or songs, which creates a great fun.
One of the first real-time strategy games (RTS) - set during Cold War we take part in scenarios about Warsaw Pact attacking the west.
Game that was planned as simple educational entertainment for the kids, but in fact turned out to be quite good fun for long hours.
Classic submarine simulator that set the standards for the genre that more or less are still in use in modern titles.
Classic arcade game with slight elements of simulation - we take control over World War I plane that flies deep behind enemy lines and attacks the land targets and strategic bridges.
While flight simulators and submarine simulators were quite popular genre in early computer games the simulators of surface warships were not that popular and Strikefleet is shining example why.
Classic soccer management game that created new standards of the genre - while simulating British professional division it gave the options to run youth team and simulated all the clubs plus option to build your own career.
First real subsim after the 8-bit computers classics Silent Service and Silent Service 2 - you are put in charge of World War 2 submarine on Pacific.
Third of the Test Drive racing games was offering simple 3D vector graphics and... not much more, unfortunately.
First ever flight simulator that concentrated on the Soviet airplane, the workhorse of Soviet Army, MiG-29 Fulcrum. The creators decided to take up a bit of revolution with mouse as the main controller.