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Top 11 PC Games Part 3 January 1, 2010

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8. Rise and Fall: Civilizations at War
Midway debuts in real-time strategy with a title developed by the studio responsible for Empire Earth and Empires: Dawn of the Modern War. The player will have at their disposal four civilizations of ancient Greece, Rome, Egypt and Persia.
9. Super Mario 3: Mario Forever

Super Mario 3: Mario Forever is a reissue of the classic Super Mario Bros. here with an incredible variety of levels from lava-filled caverns to levels for aquatic and many more that never get bored. With graphics and music in the style of the original game. New adventure to satisfy fans of Mario!

10. Zelda Classic: The Legend of Zelda

Zelda Classic is the PC version of a classic game consoles several years ago, “The Legend of Zelda” game for Nintendo.
This is a reply quite achieved and with which you can recall those hours you spent your screen before playing Zelda.
Besides playing the game levels, you can create yourself new levels with enemies and objects.

11. Quake PC Game Review
Quake is an action game in first person which was published by id Software on 31 May 1996. He introduced some of the greatest advances in the genre of games in 3D using three-dimensional models for players and monsters instead of two-dimensional sprites, and the world where the game takes place is created as a true three-dimensional space, rather than dimensional map with height information represented in three dimensions. It also incorporated the use of light maps and light sources in real time, discarding the static lighting sectors based on previous games. He offered, in his time, one of the most realistic physics engines for games scheduled to date. Many believe that provided the platform for revolution independent 3D graphics cards, “GLQuake” was the first application in those days, showed the true capacity of the 3dfx Voodoo Graphics chipset. The impact of the Quake engine engine can still feel today.



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