The most popular urban setting games
DOS19904.1/5 Westwood Studios
Circuit's Edge is a single-player science fiction blend of adventure game and RPG, developed by Westwood Studios and released by Infocom in 1990. Circuit's Edge is based on George Alec Effinger's cyberpunk novel "When Gravity Fails".
DOS19934.2/5 Tsunami Media
DOS19933.8/5 Titus Interactive
DOS19884/5 Origin Systems
DOS1993protected4/5 MicroProse Software
BloodNet is a blend of point & click adventure (it has puzzles and an adventure style dialogue system) and RPG (player statistics, combat, random encounters), set in a dark cyberpunk New York. BloodNet was developed and published by MicroProse software in 1993. You are Ransom Stark who's goal in the game is to defeat a vampire called Van Helsin...
DOS19934.1/5 Manley Associates
Windows XP/98/95DOSLinuxMac1996protected4.1/5 Access Software
Tex Murphy: The Pandora Directive is the sequel to Under a Killing Moon and the 4th game in the Tex Murphy series. The Pandora Directive is a first-person 3D adventure game set in a dark sci-fi version of the U.S.A., more specifically in a futuristic San Francisco. The Pandora Directive was developed by Access Software and released in 1996 for...
DOS19913.8/5 Off The Wall Productions
DOS19903.8/5 UBI Soft
DOS19944/5 Stormfront Studios
Paperboy was one of (if not THE) arcade hit of 1985. It was developed by Atari for the arcades and later published by Mindscape for DOS in 1988. More conversion were made for quite a few other platforms. Paperboy gameplay is peculiar: you control a boy riding a bicycle and your goal is to deliver as many newspapers as you can to a number of ho...
DOSWindows XP/98/951997protected3.9/5 Enlight Software
DOS1987protected4/5 SSI Strategic Simulations Inc.
DOS19924.2/5 East Technology Corp.
Lincity-NG is an open-source city simulation game and a continuation of the original Lincity game. The "NG" stands for "New Generation." The game is designed to be a city-building and management simulation where players take on the role of a city manager and must balance various factors such as population growth, resource management, environmental ...
Windows XP/98/951991protected4.1/5 ICOM Simulations
DOS19893.8/5 Eldritch Games
Hill Street Blues is an old DOS "driving" game developed by Krisalis in 1991. The gameplay it's similar to a Grand Theft Auto clone (we're talking about GTA 1 or 2) in which you are the police and you have to apprehend criminals. Hill Street Blues is a rare example of game based on a TV series.
Windows XP/98/952002protected4/5 JoWooD Entertainment
DOS19934/5 Stormfront Studios
DOS19893.7/5 Time Warp Software
DOS19923.9/5 Digital Image Design