Don't-Miss Game Stories
Firaxis streamlines a classic tactical strategy game without losing any of the challenge, complexity, or terror of the original.
The free and open source x360ce project was designed to address the problems of using a classic controller for PC gaming. Doing the job Microsoft should have done, x360ce intercepts and translates XInput calls so DirectInput controllers can understand them.
The DOSBox emulator lets you run your DOS games and software again. It's free and open source, so you won't have to pay just to use programs you already own.
The Commodore 64 was the Model T of home computers. This emulator takes you back to that day without making you buy extra hardware.
FTL is a semi-randomized strategy game funded by Kickstarter that lets you live out your space captain fantasies, die horribly, and try again.
Enjoy some seriously adrenaline-drenched automotive action, safely and for free. Download these five excellent racing game (or play online) and speed to your heart's content.
Not enough computer games involve moustaches, particle physics, and bright pink caves. Curious? Here are 5 you must check out.
Watch your car take its lumps (and bumps and dents) in Driving Speed 2, an entertaining but often challenging racing game.
A heavy emphasis on realistic physics and graphics makes racing simulator Dolphinity Racer a challenging drive.
Massively-multiplayer online racing game Need for Speed World's basic gameplay is free, but extra cars cost money.
Last year's most talked-about God game returns slick, shiny and Chrome-plated—but in the same PC port that made it notorious.
It may be twice as heavy as laptops of similar size, but its gaming performance is twice as awesome.
Gather your old gaming group around the virtual Battleground game table.