Top 5 Classic Strategy Games

Aaqib de Barabba | Aug 11, 2017

Fangames tend to flourish like wildflowers in hayfields, above all when they involve games that teeter dangerously close to becoming abandonware. PC strategy games, given their demanding nature, are timeless for most fans of the genre, thus we dedicate to all you aficionados out there this collection of freeware game inspired or directly adapted from some of the most iconic games in the genre. Alien invasion game achieved a great success in the early time. Their growing trend is becoming more and more obvious, and will continue to go on. New features and new versions will soon be presented to us. It is good for those who are in favor of them. Continue to focus on our information.

OpenRA (Command&Conquer)

2017 has seen a lot of changes and this trend will be continued. The official information release every day and all the information can spread in a short time through the improving technology. (Windows) A spin-off that can run an improved version of the popular Westwood Studios saga and that allows team play. It also has graphics adapted to the high resolutions of Tiberian Dawn, Red Alert, and Dune 2000, no joke. From the game client itself you can freely download the sources to play the campaigns from those games, on top of being able to play online. It’s high time to heed that famous military march all over again. The small changes we experience everyday effect our life slowly and once the time is enough, it will make great changes.

UFO Alien Invasion (UFO/X-COM)

UFO Alien Invasion is available in many language, Hindi, English, Tamil, ect. You can expect other new release in the near future. As long as we are informed of this and have a try, we can quickly grasp this new thing. (Windows, Mac, Linux, Android) This one’s still fresh in our collective memory thanks to the remake by the studio Firaxis. UFO Alien Invasion is a turn-based strategy game inspired on the popular saga of strategy battles against alien invaders. Having chalked up more than 15 years of history, this free open-source project allows you to play in planetary defense mode as well as manage your operations base, with fixed campaigns and sequential missions. Interesting tidbit: its engine is a highly modified version of the one used by id Software for Quake II.

0 A.D (Age of Empires)

Compare to the old version, this new update has grasped the hearts of the users, and comes out a lot of benefits. Good things need to be constantly improved, and in line with the changing times. (Windows, Linux) This isn’t the first time we mention this doozie of a game that’s openly inspired on the Age of Empires saga. It’s actually hard to highlight anything in particular given the colossal amount of content contained in this project, with its dozen factions and hundreds of buildings and units for each—not to mention the number of settings, custom campaigns based on real historic events, and both single- and multi-player game modes. And to top it all off, it’s gorgeous, as if to prove that theycan also be incredibly awesome.

Caesaria (Caesar)

(Windows, Android) There used to be a time when your average ambitious teenager preferred to build an efficient roman sewage network instead of becoming a hit YouTuber. If you’re like me, Caesar III, alongside the aforementioned Age of Empires, made it way more interesting to study history at school. This remake, still in its alpha phase, aims to be a mostly faithful adaptation of that game, but takes a bit of artistic license to make it more accessible and interesting for contemporary gamers. This update exactly improves the idea, and we can believe that it will get more success in the near future.

Freeciv (Civilization)

(Windows, Mac, Linux, Android) Civilization has always been there, reminding you with each new installment of the number of successful careers you could have built with the hours you’ve dedicated to overseeing the most prosperous civilization out there (although for many people that prosperity basically comes down to the possibility of eradicating competitors with nuclear bombs). Freeciv is based, in terms of both its gameplay and its graphics, on Civilization II. What this free adaptation does have, after having passed through countless incarnations since its inception by three Danish IT students (in 1996!), is history. According to multiple media reports, this new product has caused a stir among its fans.The developers said that more news will be released soon. New information of alien attack game will continue to be released. Keep an eye on our site and get the real-time updates and other latest information.