Early submarine simulator published in 1982 - as captain of a U-Boat on Mediterranean Sea during World War II you chase the Allied convoys.
Rocky surface and dense toxic atmosphere of planet Fractalus is a worst place to be stuck, especially when your fighter has just been shot down and you don’t really have much choice.
Classic submarine simulator that set the standards for the genre that more or less are still in use in modern titles.
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.
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.
Story of the Zone
1988 simulator of American fast patrol boats that were used during Vietnam War to operate on the great rivers of Southeast Asia.
Strategy game with elements of arcade built around real World War II events surrounding the hunt for German battleship Bismarck as it was trying to breakthrough to Atlantic.
Classic strategy game with action elements - on surface a very simple looking game, but once you take a look at the details it is a great piece of software from 1988.
If you dream of becoming a surgeon or... you are psychopath in making this is the game for you - sharp object, helpless patients and only your meager skills separate those alive from the dead.
One of the less known submarine simulators - the story behind it is surprisingly complex, but in general we are put in charge of the nuclear submarine and... we have to face Aliens.
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.
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...
In 1916 the life expectancy for new pilots joining front line squadrons was very short. Why? Try it for yourself and find out...
Submarine simulator inspired by classic German war movie was quite ambitious project, but the final effect wasn’t as unforgettable as the movie.
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.
One of the first racing games that was using real physics rules to simulate the car behaviour and was using early 3D graphics to give us the feeling of being in the middle of the action.
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.