Rebirth is the third DLC for Iceflake Studio’s Surviving the Aftermath, where players try to turn a struggling post-apocalyptic colony into a major new city. Rebirth adds a new blighted enemy, a separate research tree for upgrades, new buildings and the ability to finally heal the wasteland.
Company of Heroes 3 continues a long tradition of real-time strategy World War II games going back almost 20 years. This newest installment adds a detailed campaign map, new abilities and units, and a new RTS platform that is primed for even more expansions and DLCs.
Set after a climate change related disaster that has flooded the world in apocalyptic fury, Floodland is a city and society builder that charges small groups of survivors to try and reclaim both the land and their lives from the dark waters.
Dwarven Skykeep combines a lot of different genres including real time strategy into a unique title filled with both excitement and cheeky fun. Prepare for tactical deck creation, RTS combat, puzzle solving and a lot of smart base building over a variety of challenging stages.
The Supreme Ruler series from BattleGoat Studios has always been among the most detailed video game simulations of nations at war. Now, that series is heading into space with Galactic Ruler, and it’s taking some of its terrestrial roots with it.
Surviving the Aftermath is one of the best apocalypse-themed city building titles available right now. With story elements, quests, civilization-like diplomacy and combat, this is one nuclear hot title for those who like to build or rebuild a shattered world.
Aircraft Carrier Survival gives players command of the king of the seaborne battlefield, a powerful and complex United States aircraft carrier fighting during World War II. And yet somehow, the game keeps things accessible for players of any skill level.
Warpips offers quick and tactical battles where two cartoon armies clash over a deserted no-man’s land sitting in between. It’s one part tower defense, one-part real-time strategy and one-part unique wargaming fun.
The Age of Empires franchise is one of the classics of realtime strategy titles. But it kind of went astray with its last incarnation. Now it comes roaring back with Age of Empires IV, a game that is both classically good and refreshingly new at the same time.
Slicing, burning, skewering, zapping and grinding poor little green orcs is a ton of fun in this silly series. Orcs Must Die! 3 is the long-awaited sequel to this action-packed game. Gamers really love this series, and from the way that Orcs Must Die! 3 plays, you will see why.