valgaav says: Like every civilization building game it ends on pure sci-fi. Well even the concept of creating a civilization on a different world is basically alternative history science fiction.
valgaav says: Yes - it is very cartoonish, but sci-fi none the less
valgaav says: At the end it becomes pure science fiction. Alternative history course (or rather - a completely fictional) is also very science fiction like. But then we should say that every history changing game would be sci-fi. Scientific History Speculations.
valgaav says: But wouldn't it be too much? When does a science-fiction concept emerge in a computer game? The reason why the empire earth series got on the list is the ending sci-fi tech. The rest is open for discussion.
valgaav says: The same as the first two.
valgaav says: The sixties style, but sci-fi elements are present.
valgaav says: Futuristic gear and mutants.
valgaav says: A classic novel by Jules Verne, and a game based on it. Oldschool, but still sci-fi
valgaav says: An interesting mix of science fiction and fantasy. A futuristic world clashes with a fantasy realm.
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