Wil Wright’s famous city planner lets you build the urban sprawl of your dreams, then send in the lizard monsters!
Duke Nukem’s paid Christmas expansion replaced coal as the stocking stuffer for bad children in 1997 
Explore a creepy mansion and an ancient evil in a game that’s high on realms, short on haunting.
Tired of stodgy old racing games with their “rules?” Introduce a little anarchy, and run over a whole lot of cows and salarymen along the way.
Spent longer than I cared to dissecting this game, but now I feel pretty confident I’ve done the most thorough job you’re likely to find. And I also now have a machine gun. Ho ho ho.
Bullfrog’s original tycoon game shows why making kids happy is harder than you’d think. Ungrateful little bastards.