Musings From Us Entries For Simulation Games

The following are the various articles that have been filed and posted under the category of Software / Simulation Games that can be found here at Musings From Us, for your enjoyment.

Sid Meier’s Pirates! Live The Life

This entry was posted in Action Games, Adventure Games, Role Playing Games, Simulation Games by Cleave on

Fun Factor:★★★★★ 

This game is a true classic and has been around in one form or another since 1987 when it was made for the Commodore 64 by MicroProse. The game has come along way since then and has been updated with 3D graphics and smoother game play. Much of the game is the same as it was in its initial release but now has a mini dance game and better turn based land battles. In all this is one of the best versions of the game so far with ports of it and the old one going to smart phones and pads. How far Sid Meier, Firaxis and 2k Games takes this title is still to be seen but I doubt that they will let such a popular title like this die and fade away. I am sure it will go to see “One more time”, if not more, if you forgive the pun.

Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness

This entry was posted in City Builders, Simulation Games, Software, Strategy Games by Will on

We know there World of Warcraft but there Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness and it even better than World of Warcraft. In this game you are building and army. This game is about two races fighting each other. The races are the human and the orcs. You can play either of those two races. I always played the humans because the humans are on the good side. I always play the good side in every videogame. When you play this there a map on the left side of the computer screen and the blue and red tiny spot on map. The blue is the humans and the red are the orcs. When I look at that map it reminds me about the politics. The Democrats is the blue and the red are the Republicans. The graphics in this game are better than World of Warcraft. The gameplay in this kind like Age of Empires. You are building walls, training solders, building battleships and farms. The gameplay in this game isn’t World of Warcraft.

Loco Mogul

This entry was posted in Casual Games, Simulation Games, Software, Strategy Games, Transportation Game by Cleave on

Fun Factor:★☆☆☆☆ 

Loco is right as this game doesn’t make any sense at all when you first start to play it. You just might find yourself starting the game over a few times just to figure out what is going on. While the game is simple enough to play it takes a bit to understand exactly what is going on and what you are supposed to do. It doesn’t play anything like what you might expect from, playing other train and locomotive type games. While some of the elements might be there this is definitely not a substitute for them.

Cooking Academy 2: World Cuisine

This entry was posted in Casual Games, Simulation Games, Software by Snowfoxx on

Fun Factor:★★★☆☆ 

Interesting thing about cooking game simulations is the fact that it tends to be much easier to create the dishes they are attempting to to teach you how to make is easier in your own kitchen than it is using a mouse-powered kitchen. Cooking Academy 2: World Cuisine is just that kind of a sim. While it is very interesting to learn all these great dishes from China, India, Thailand, France, Italy, and Japan and other nations, it can be a bit frustrating if you don’t click that mouse in a certain direction. There are many great recipes, but unlike the 2 Tasty series, you really don’t get to keep any of these. Many of the dishes are ones we already are familiar with, and if you like exotic dishes, most likely, you might know how to make.

Farm Frenzy 3: Ice Age

This entry was posted in Casual Games, Puzzle Games, Simulation Games, Software, Time Management Games by Snowfoxx on

Fun Factor:★★☆☆☆ 

Many of the Farm Frenzy games pretty much play the same way, and if it were not for the fact that I am doing reviews on these casual games, I most likely would not play this series. Farm Frenzy 3: Ice Age runs the same formulae, but instead of working the fields, we are working a penguin farm in the Arctic. We gather penguin eggs, make them into egg powder, and bake goodies from them, fight off predators,and even bring in other species of penguins to farm feathers. We have other animals we can buy to help us, and we even get some help from some Ice Age mammoths.