The Games I Grew Up With3votes I like it
bensinkula says: I didn't get a hold of this game in its heyday, so by the time I got to it the multiplayer was largely dead, but I played the single player campaigns over and over again, and was always impressed.
bensinkula says: Another game I picked up much after the release date, this game and its expansions provided endless scenarios to play. Ridiculously fun, and a must-have for any simulation lover.
bensinkula says: A fantastic game, but one I perhaps experienced too young, for I didn't fully appreciate it at the time. However, very well designed, and another excellent sim game.
bensinkula says: I had vague memories of a sim game involving virtual creatures, but it was only after I joined GOG that I stumbled upon this game and experienced a rush of nostalgia from my childhood. A game for those with patience....something I may be lacking in.
bensinkula says: A wonderful turn-based strategy game. I haven't played others in the series, but I have heard a lot about AoWII...nevertheless, Shadow Magic is a wonderful game, and pretty darn beautiful to look at as well, especially some user made maps.
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