Brad Wardell's site for talking about the customization of Windows.
  1. Elemental: War of Magic (most fun) [2010]
  2. Galactic Civilizations OS/2 [1993]
  3. Galactic Civilizations II [2006]
  4. Star Control: Origins [2018]
  5. The Corporate Machine [2000]
  6. Sins of a Solar Empire [2008]
  7. Fallen Enchantress [2012]
  8. Stellar Frontier [1999]
  9. Ashes of the Singularity [2016]
  10. Trials of Battle [1996]
  11. Avarice [1996]
  12. Offworld Trading Company [2016]
  13. Galactic Civilizations I [2003]
  14. The Political Machine [2004]
  15. Galactic Civilizations III: Crusade [2017]
  16. StarCraft: Retribution [1998]
  17. Sorcerer King [2016]
  18. Demigod (least fun) [2009]

None of this is meant to imply that any of them were bad experiences.  Just that some were more enjoyable than others.


Comments
on May 03, 2020

Wow, until I read your post, I didn’t even know StarCraft: Retribution exists. Never heard of it and first thought it was a typo for Galactic Civilization III: Retribution

on May 03, 2020

Surprised to see Galciv3 so far down the list ... always thought that was your not so secret passion 😅 Didnt realise you worked on Starcraft ... that's a claim to fame for sure!

on May 03, 2020

DST1348

Wow, until I read your post, I didn’t even know StarCraft: Retribution exists. Never heard of it and first thought it was a typo for Galactic Civilization III: Retribution

I didn’t really get involved on GalCiv III until Crusade.  The base game and the first expansion we’re having does by my colleagues.  I was too busy running Mohawk Games and Oxide Games at the time,

on May 07, 2020

My list:

1 Offworld Trading Company
2 Galactic Civilizations III
3 Sorcerer King
4 Ashes of the Singularity
5 Unnamed unreleased game
6 Dead Man's Draw
7 Fallen Enchantress
8 Elemental: War of Magic
9 Demigod

Oh! The Political machine 2016! Probably #3 (pushing everything else down a notch.

on May 07, 2020

should we think that the more fun part referring to the coding / designing and the less fun part being managing?

thanks for the copy of ashes off hb btw...