What makes a game mind-bending? The best games demand both rigorous thinking and finely tuned intuition to outwit a human or computer opponent. We strive to deliver the best games experience on the internet.
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1. Master of Orion II: Battle at Antares
Master of Orion 2 was a major upgrade featured a much more complex game play, more alien races and also the possibility to create a custom race. The game won the Origins Award for Best Science Fiction Computer Game of 1996 and it redefined the genre of the space-based 4X games.
2. Supreme Commander: Forged Alliance
Supreme Commander is one of the most challenging of the real-time strategy games. It provides challenging missions for a single player and also has a multi-player option. What’s impressive is the amount of stuff that developer Gas Powered Games has managed to squeeze into the standalone expansion in relatively little time.
3. Dawn of Discovery
Dawn of Discovery offers both a very linear campaign and a richly customized continuous play mode. It’s in the continuous play mode–where you can set your own goals for victory and chart your own course for achieving them–that Dawn of Discovery is at its best.
Arimaa is a very deep strategy game with simple rules. It was designed to be:
- Playable with a standard chess set.
- Easy to learn.
- As well as fun and interesting for humans.
5. Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos
The mind-bending aspect of Warcraft III is the variety of strategies available. Each race requires a different approach to the game. In addition, the game includes a ‘world editor‘, which lets you set up missions, game conditions and whole worlds to your liking.
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