Feral Interactive's latest has plenty of challenge for fans of historical warfare.
Brave New World really epitomizes what the Civilization series is all about.
Prime World: Defenders is a simple but challenging tower-defense game with attractive 3D graphics.
Fans of filmmaker Quentin Tarantino or The Sopranos should enjoy this violent film noir action game.
This racing game is fun for a moment, but it's not very challenging.
Anomaly 2 is an enjoyable tower-attack game. The multiplayer mode available on the Mac and PC versions provides enough of a challenge to make it worth buying.
All Star Racing isn’t a particularly difficult or challenging game so it will probably only appeal to very young players.
Wargame: European Escalation is a technically accomplished and challenging strategy game that will definitely appeal to hardened strategy gamers.
If you just want to put your foot to the floor and go all out for some high-speed racing action, then Grid is the game for you.
The Legend of Grimrock may be a little old-fashioned, and the lack of a really engaging storyline is a bit disappointing. However, it’s a well-made game that really offers a tough and satisfying challenge for people who can remember playing Dungeons and Dragons on graph paper on rainy Sunday afternoons
You don’t have to be a flight-sim buff to enjoy Storm Raiders, as it very much puts its emphasis on action and aerial warfare. The mix of single-player and multiplayer modes provide enough variety to keep you flying for weeks on end.
The rather convoluted puzzles in The Critter Chronicles can be either frustrating or challenging, depending on your point of view.
Gemini Wars is a solid and challenging strategy game, with some impressive graphics in the combat scenes.
The Good Life is a worthwhile addition to the tycoon genre, and its attractive tropical setting provides a relaxing dose of wish-fulfillment for office-bound gamers.
Pid is a good old-fashioned 2D side-scrolling platform game, with charming hand-drawn animated graphics.
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