Strategy Games

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Strategy Video Game - Sub-genres - Real-time Strategy
... Usually applied only to certain computer strategy games, the moniker "real-time strategy" (RTS) indicates that the action in the game is continuous, and players will have to make their decisions and actions within ... Very few non-computer strategy games are real-time one example is Icehouse ... Some players dispute the importance of Strategy in Real Time Strategy games, as skill and manual dexterity are often seen as the deciding factor in this genre of game ...
Station.com - Strategy Games
... (D), Browser Based (B) Pirates Constructible Strategy Game Online M, D Stargate Online Trading Card Game M, D Star Chamber The Harbinger Saga M, D ...
Strategy Video Game - History
... The origin of strategy video games is rooted in traditional tabletop strategy games like Chess and Go, as well as board and miniature wargaming ... The first console strategy game was a Risk-like game called Invasion, released in 1972 for the Magnavox Odyssey ... Avalon Hill, MicroProse, and Strategic Studies Group released many strategy titles throughout the 1980s ...
Open Source Video Game - History - Rise in Popularity and Diversity
... Individuals and teams have continued creating many popular free software games, starting really in the late 1990s to the present day ... A number of these games and those mentioned earlier and later in this section have even received mainstream press coverage and have helped to establish free gaming ... These games and others have also helped expand the prevalent Tux genre which started with titles and like A Quest for Herring and are related to the activist content of games like XBill ...

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