Freeware game by Team 17
You command a smallish army staffed with worms trained for various duties. Your object is to fight a war, and your goal is to be the last worm left crawling...
Editor-in-chief says: Worms is a game that I still play today with my friends. It's still fun, exciting, full of laughter and good for a chill afternoon home. If you've never played Worms, then this game is something you have to try. You guide an artilery team on a small map and the target is to defeat the opponent's team. The players take turns and the game can also be played in multiplayer mode, not only in single. Having the last surviving worm is a real war between me and my friends, and considering this game was developed back in 1995, it's impressive to know a game like this lasts for so long.
Freeware game by Sculptured Software, Inc.
The classic military strategy game of world conquest -now with all the excitement of a video game. You're the general - defend your countries, capture new territories, occupy vast continents, and keep building your armies so you can conquer the world!
Editor-in-chief says: Risk was one of the first board games I have played on my computer. Not only the game's graphics were impressive and far superior to the other competitors, but the game introduced new features as well. I recall the SameTime feature being quite useful, with the players taking turns simultaneously. I enjoyed the variety of generals from the 18th and 19th century, such as Aubert, Marmont, Campbell, Wellington, D'Erlon or Barbacena, whom I learned about in school. Being able to control them, even as virtual characters, was really fun for a 14 years old teenager.