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The most popular science fiction games

Time travel, space wars, alien empires, alternate universe, cyberpunk anti-heroes, space invaders, post-apocalyptic worlds, dystopian societies, mad scientists, galaxies far far away, strange new worlds, mech battles, deep space exploration, evil robots... should I go on?

Most popular science fiction games

Mega Man X4
shooterWindows XP/98/95
Duke Nukem
Dune 2000
strategyWindows XP/98/95

Science fiction games

  • keen2-1
    DOS1990protected4/5 id software
  • wheretimecarmensandiego-1
    DOS19894.2/5 Broderbund
  • gateworld-1
    DOS19933.1/5 HomeBrew Software
  • archimedean-dinasty-06
    DOS1996protected3.9/5 Massive Development
  • deus-ex-02
    DOSMac2000protected4.2/5 Ion Storm
  • space-federation-07
    DOS19944.1/5 Interplay Productions
  • islanddrbrain-1
    DOS19923.7/5 Sierra On-Line
  • raiden-05
    DOS19944.2/5 Seibu Kaihatsu Inc.
  • mechwar-2
  • laser-squad-07
    DOS19924/5 Target Games Limited

    Laser Squad is an abandoned turn-based strategy/tactical game designed by Julian Gollop (the mind behind the X-COM series). Laser Squad was developed by Target Games Limited and released by MicroLeague Multimedia in 1992 for DOS and other 8-bit systems. Laser Squad is considered as a precursor of X-COM: Ufo Defense.

  • planetsedge-8
    DOS1991protected4/5 New World Computing
  • sq5-2
    DOS1993protected4.2/5 Dynamix
  • xcom3-09
    DOSWindows XP/98/951997protected4.1/5 Mythos Software

    X-COM: Apocalypse is the third installment of the very popular X-COM franchise. After X-COM: Ufo Defence and Terror From the Deep, fans expected another smash hit. Apocalypse is quite different under many aspects, from gameplay to aesthetics. X-COM Apocalypse was designed by Julian Gollop (the same designer that brought the original X-COM to l...

  • startrekkobayashi-1
    DOS19854/5 Micromosaics
  • star-wars-rebellion-05
    Windows XP/98/951998protected3.9/5
  • keen5-4
    DOS1991protected4/5 id software

    Commander Keen 5: The Armageddon Machine is a science fiction action oriented platform game designed by Tom Hall, developed by id Software and released by Apogee Software in 1991 for DOS only. Commander Keen 5: The Armageddon Machine is part of the Commander Keen game series, specifically it's the second episode of Commander Keen in Goodbye, Galaxy.

  • tunnelsarma-4
    DOS19893.8/5 Logical Design Works
  • warheads-04
    Windows XP/98/9519974.3/5
  • battlestar-05
    Windows 3.x1996freeware3.6/5
  • syndicate-5
    DOS1993protected4.1/5 Bullfrog
  • DarkSide-incentive-03
    DOS19883.3/5 Major Developments
  • emperor-fading-suns-04
    Windows XP/98/9519964/5 Holistic Design
  • robot-rumble-05
    Windows XP/98/9519983.8/5 Metropolis Software House
  • d-zone-01
  • hacker-4
    DOSMac19864/5 Activision
  • star-general-combo-02
    Windows XP/98/95DOS1996protected3.8/5 Catware, Inc.
  • iron-seed-02
  • encounter-1
  • return-to-ringworld-02
    DOS19943.9/5 Tsunami Media
  • sentinel-returns-05
    Windows XP/98/9519983.6/5 Hookstone