The best science fiction games
DOS1995protected3.9/5 Origin Systems
Crusader is an action-oriented computer game. The player controls a super soldier that defects from the current world government and joins the Resistance. The world is shown in an isometric view.
DOS19893.9/5 Masterplay Publishing Corporation
DOSWindows XP/98/951993freeware3.9/5 Apogee Software
DOS19873.9/5 Electronic Arts
Adventure Construction Set is an abandoned application developed by Stuart Smith and published for DOS, Amiga, Apple II and Commodore 64 by Electronic Arts in 1987. As the name suggests, ACS is a game-building system (we're talking about adventure RPGs) that lets you edit maps, items, creatures, etc. Included with ACS is a complete game called...
DOS19923.9/5 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.
DOS1993protected3.9/5 Legend Entertainment
DOS1994protected3.9/5 Epic MegaGames
DOS19923.9/5 Digital Image Design
DOS19893.9/5 Kogado Software Products
DOS1987freeware3.9/5 Thinking Machine Associates
Anacreon: Reconstruction 4021 is one of the first 4x turn-based strategy games, ASCII based. Anacreon is set in space, as most 4x sci-fi games are, and was published by Thinking Machines Associates and designed by George Moromisato who later re-released the game as freeware.
DOS19933.9/5 Coktel Vision
DOS19833.9/5 Williams Entertainment
Deathtrack is an abandoned racing vehicular combat game set in a post-apocalyptic North America. Deathtrack is a mix of high-speed racing and combat and was developed by Dynamix and released by Activision in 1989 for DOS.
DOS19853.9/5 The Learning Company
DOS19933.9/5 Omnitrend Software
DOS1994protected3.9/5 Legend Entertainment
DOS19863.9/5 Lerner Research
DOS19923.9/5 Alternative Software
Windows XP/98/951997protected3.9/5 Particle Systems
DOS19903.9/5 Computer's dream