Games from Stardock Entertainment
Players take control of a massive Demigod with the goal of annihilating their opponent’s position in a given arena while preventing the opponent’s Demigod from doing the same to them.
Elemental: Fallen Enchantress (PC)
In Fallen Enchantress players will be able to explore the world of Elemental and discover a wide range of unique locations, including dangerous wild lands that can't be settled until they are conquered.
Elemental: War of Magic (PC)
In Elemental, you are the sovereign. Your people need you. So-called “adventurers” have entered the forbidden dungeon of Ithyrl and unleashed the long-banished demon Kroxir, killing them in the process. Lord Ventir menaces your southern border with his army of death knights. The Sorceress Procipinee has claimed your northern cities as being part of her domain and the ancient beast Smarag has agreed to aid you if you recover her eggs, stolen by a party of adventurers.
Elfsquad7 (Xbox 360)
Elfsquad7 is holiday family fun at its finest as you battle to save Santa from Kevin, the evil toy-building robot of the North.
Galactic Civilizations II: Dark Avatar (PC)
Featuring a gripping new single-player campaign that sees the elimination of two of the game's alien races and the introduction of several others, Galactic Civilizations II: Dark Avatar also allows players to create their own custom opponents, tweaking their behavior, what they look like, what their ships look like and play style to develop truly unique enemies.
Galactic Civilizations II: Dread Lords (PC)
Players must balance their diplomatic power, industrial strength, military might, technological resources and cultural endeavors to reach their goal of ultimate victory. Facing the player are up to nine computer-controlled civilizations, each with its own unique artificial intelligence engine.
Galactic Civilizations II: Twilight of the Arnor (PC)
The expansion pack to Galactic Civilizations II: Dread Lords completes the Dread Lord saga with the return of the powerful precursor civilization, the Arnor.
The Political Machine 2008 (PC)
Players then choose their campaign battlegrounds and are off on the campaign trail to face a host of challenges including fundraising, talk show appearances, hiring spin doctors and winning endorsements. The game is won on Election Day by the player who gets the necessary electoral votes to become President.
The Political Machine 2012 (PC)
Players take to the campaign trail against a computer controlled opponent or a human challenger over the Internet. The goal: win the hearts and minds of America's voters to achieve victory in the 2012 presidential election.
Sins of a Solar Empire (PC)
Players must conquer worlds, engage in diplomacy and trade with other civilizations, and use the resources at their disposal to enhance their economy, develop new technology and increase military power.
Sins of a Solar Empire: Entrenchment (PC)
Entrenchment promises to bring fans a Starbase defense platform for each race (extremely powerful and armored bases housing a variety of weapons and other upgrades capable of defending an entire planet), turret upgrades for each race to make them more powerful (not only stronger than the current versions, but also upgradable with long-range weapons), mine fields and a Subspace Inhibitor platform that will slow enemy ships within its range.
Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion (PC)
Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion draws you even deeper into the galactic struggle for supremacy with appealing new factions, terrifyingly cool new ships of all sizes, enhanced lighting and particle effects for increased visual pleasure and all-new victory conditions.