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While most Prison games let you take control of prisoners as they make their death-defying escape, Introversion Software’s game lets you CREATE your own penitentiary. Build jail cells, electric chairs, infirmaries and cafeterias as you create a simulated environment around these pesky criminals. Don’t let them escape. It receives a PlayScore of 8.71 17. World In Conflict Considered as a spiritual successor of 2000’s Ground Control, get ready to dive into an alternate 80’s where the world is suffering from an impending economic collapse. But you won`t ever experience economic struggles with our games:

This caused the countries to initiate World War III with bigger consequences. Experience classic Real Time Tactics game like no other as you deploy your units on the battlefield in the hopes of a good victory. It has a PlayScore of 8.72 16. Supreme Commander: Forged Alliance Similar to the original Supreme Commander game, players control a bipedal mech called an Armored Combat Unit and build an unstoppable army. This RTS game lets you decide the future of humanity by removing the zealots that infested Earth’s rotten soil. It’s warfare on an epic scale and it receives a PlayScore of 8.73 15. Valkyria Chronicles When Anime meets war. SEGA’s cel-shaded wartime strategy game takes you to a land in the brink of a civil war. This 2008 PlayStation 3 game makes its way to the PC with enhanced features and more content. Utilize the game’s unique Tactical Combat gameplay Called the BlitZ Combat System. Players take control of characters in the battlefield to move and shoot enemies via turn-based and real-time moments. It receives a PlayScore of 8.74 14.

Mini Metro As simple as it is sublime. Create a bustling mass transit system in Dinosaur Polo Club’s minimalist game. Connect stations to various countries around the world. Expand your reach to more countries with enough resources and create the most interconnected subway system in the whole world. How long can you last? It receives a PlayScore of 8.75 13. Orcs Must Die! 2 Leap into the battlefield as a powerful mage or a sorceress in this much awaited sequel of the popular tower defense game. Fortify your defenses and protect dwarven mines or elven fortresses against a swarm of orcs. Toss them, burn them, slice them, do anything in your power to take them down.

Or team up with a friend and ready yourself when the horde arrives. Utilize their unique abilities to manipulate the environment. It has a PlayScore of 8.76 12. Dota 2 The younger, better-looking brother to the WarCraft mod that gave birth to MOBA itself. Swooped by gaming giant Valve, it’s one of the strongest contenders to Riot’s own League of Legends. With over 100 different heroes, hundreds of items, and regular patch updates, it boasts a deep and growing well of strategies to learn and unpack. Experiment with hero builds, stack creeps, exploit bugs, and do whatever you can to destroy that ancient. Despite the steep learning curve, it’s one of the most rewarding games out there—with or without the prize pool. It has a PlayScore of 8.76.