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* ''VideoGame/{{Gemfire}}''
2nd Aug '16 9:01:11 PM Ominae
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* ''VideoGame/HeroesPhantasia''
16th Jun '16 6:54:32 AM Adept
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* ''AdventuresToGo''
* ''BattleForWesnoth'' (An open source PC game loosely inspired by the ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Master_of_Monsters Master of Monsters]]'' series and ''VideoGame/{{Langrisser}}'')

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* ''AdventuresToGo''
''VideoGame/AdventuresToGo''
* ''BattleForWesnoth'' ''VideoGame/BattleForWesnoth'' (An open source PC game loosely inspired by the ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Master_of_Monsters Master of Monsters]]'' series and ''VideoGame/{{Langrisser}}'')



* ''GateKeepers''

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* ''GateKeepers''''VideoGame/GateKeepers''
25th May '16 6:59:57 PM nombretomado
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* ''VisualNovel/TearsToTiara'', the PS3 version.

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* ''VisualNovel/TearsToTiara'', the PS3 [=PS3=] version.
15th May '16 3:36:49 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''SidMeiersAlphaCentauri''

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* ''SidMeiersAlphaCentauri''''VideoGame/SidMeiersAlphaCentauri''
11th May '16 5:26:45 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** ''UtawarerumonoItsuwariNoKamen''

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** ''UtawarerumonoItsuwariNoKamen''''VideoGame/UtawarerumonoItsuwariNoKamen''
11th May '16 5:25:29 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''BattleForWesnoth'' [[/index]](An open source PC game loosely inspired by the ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Master_of_Monsters Master of Monsters]]'' series and ''VideoGame/{{Langrisser}}'')[[index]]

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* ''BattleForWesnoth'' [[/index]](An (An open source PC game loosely inspired by the ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Master_of_Monsters Master of Monsters]]'' series and ''VideoGame/{{Langrisser}}'')[[index]]''VideoGame/{{Langrisser}}'')



* ''Piece of Wonder'' [[/index]](also a VisualNovel, and the last game translated by Hirameki International)[[index]]

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* ''Piece of Wonder'' [[/index]](also (also a VisualNovel, and the last game translated by Hirameki International)[[index]]International)



* ''VideoGame/TearRingSaga'', [[/index]]a spiritual successor to ''Franchise/FireEmblem''.[[index]]

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* ''VideoGame/TearRingSaga'', [[/index]]a ''VideoGame/TearRingSaga'' (a spiritual successor to ''Franchise/FireEmblem''.[[index]]''Franchise/FireEmblem'')



* ''VideoGame/TheUnholyWar'' [[/index]]mixes this with the MascotFighter (without the mascots)[[index]]
* ''VideoGame/{{Utawarerumono}}'' [[/index]]also mixes this with a VisualNovel.[[index]]

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* ''VideoGame/TheUnholyWar'' [[/index]]mixes (mixes this with the MascotFighter (without [without the mascots)[[index]]
mascots])
* ''VideoGame/{{Utawarerumono}}'' [[/index]]also (also mixes this with a VisualNovel.[[index]]VisualNovel)
** ''UtawarerumonoItsuwariNoKamen''



* ''VideoGame/ElementalWarOfMagic'', [[/index]]intended partially as a SpiritualSuccessor to MasterOfMagic.[[index]]
* Walter Bright's 1978 ''Game/{{Empire}}'' [[/index]]series is quite possibly the first TBS game, influencing the entire genre.[[index]]

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* ''VideoGame/ElementalWarOfMagic'', [[/index]]intended ''VideoGame/ElementalWarOfMagic'' (intended partially as a SpiritualSuccessor to MasterOfMagic.[[index]]
VideoGame/MasterOfMagic)
* Walter Bright's 1978 ''Game/{{Empire}}'' [[/index]]series is quite (quite possibly the first TBS game, influencing the entire genre.[[index]]genre)



* ''VideoGame/EndWar'' [[/index]]on handhelds, unlike it's Console/PC counterpart.[[index]]

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* ''VideoGame/EndWar'' [[/index]]on (on handhelds, unlike it's its Console/PC counterpart.[[index]]counterpart)



** ''VideoGame/HeroesOfMightAndMagicAshan'' - The new setting after Creator/{{Ubisoft}} took over the franchise.

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** ''VideoGame/HeroesOfMightAndMagicAshan'' - The (the new setting after Creator/{{Ubisoft}} took over the franchise.franchise)



* ''VideoGame/KingArthurTheRoleplayingWargame'' [[/index]]has a World Map where manual combat is realtime.[[index]]

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* ''VideoGame/KingArthurTheRoleplayingWargame'' [[/index]]has (has a World Map where manual combat is realtime.[[index]]realtime)



* ''VideoGame/MakingHistory'', [[/index]]which combines this with Grand Strategy.[[index]]
* ''VideoGame/MasterOfMagic'' [[/index]](spinoff of the [[FourX 4X]] ''VideoGame/MasterOfOrion'' series)[[index]]
* ''VideoGame/TheLastFederation'': Its combat is turn based and the real time portion works like a turn based one.

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* ''VideoGame/MakingHistory'', [[/index]]which ''VideoGame/MakingHistory'' (which combines this with Grand Strategy.[[index]]
Strategy)
* ''VideoGame/MasterOfMagic'' [[/index]](spinoff (spinoff of the [[FourX 4X]] FourX ''VideoGame/MasterOfOrion'' series)[[index]]
series)
* ''VideoGame/TheLastFederation'': Its ''VideoGame/TheLastFederation'' (its combat is turn based and the real time portion works like a turn based one.one)



* ''VideoGame/TheLordsOfMidnight'' (First two games only).

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* ''VideoGame/TheLordsOfMidnight'' (First (first two games only).only)



* The ''VideoGame/PanzerGeneral'' [[/index]]series (plus spinoffs like ''Allied'', ''Star'', etc…)[[index]]
** SSI's first and third ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' [[/index]]games, (''Final Liberation'' & ''Rites of War'') made using the same engines as the ''Panzer General'' series.[[index]]

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* The ''VideoGame/PanzerGeneral'' [[/index]]series series (plus spinoffs like ''Allied'', ''Star'', etc…)[[index]]
etc…)[[/index]]
** SSI's first and third ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' [[/index]]games, games (''Final Liberation'' & ''Rites of War'') War''), made using the same engines as the ''Panzer General'' series.[[index]]



* ''VideoGame/RiseOfNations'': The campaign mode's RiskStyleMap works this way, switching to RealTimeStrategy when battle is joined.

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* ''VideoGame/RiseOfNations'': The ''VideoGame/RiseOfNations'' (the campaign mode's RiskStyleMap works this way, switching to RealTimeStrategy when battle is joined.joined)



* ''VideoGame/StarControl'' [[/index]](the first game's Full Game mode)[[index]]

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* ''VideoGame/StarControl'' [[/index]](the (the first game's Full Game mode)[[index]]mode)



* The ''VideoGame/StarTrekTextGame'', possibly the first, from 1971.
* ''SwordOfTheStars''

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* The ''VideoGame/StarTrekTextGame'', possibly ''VideoGame/StarTrekTextGame'' (possibly the first, from 1971.
1971)
* ''SwordOfTheStars''''VideoGame/SwordOfTheStars''



* ''VideoGame/TotalWar'': [[/index]]An interesting hybrid, with a continent-scale strategic turn-based game that jumps to PausableRealtime battles for resolving conflicts between opposing armies.[[index]]

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* ''VideoGame/TotalWar'': [[/index]]An ''VideoGame/TotalWar'' (An interesting hybrid, with a continent-scale strategic turn-based game that jumps to PausableRealtime Plausible Realtime battles for resolving conflicts between opposing armies.[[index]]armies)



*** ''VideoGame/TheFourthAgeTotalWar'': [[/index]]A mod set in [[Literature/TheLordOfTheRings Middle-earth.]][[index]]

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*** ''VideoGame/TheFourthAgeTotalWar'': [[/index]]A ''VideoGame/TheFourthAgeTotalWar'' (a mod set in [[Literature/TheLordOfTheRings Middle-earth.]][[index]]Middle-earth]])



*** ''{{VideoGame/Thera}}'': A campaign and conversion mod.
*** ''VideoGame/ThirdAgeTotalWar'': total conversion mod.

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*** ''{{VideoGame/Thera}}'': A ''{{VideoGame/Thera}}'' (a campaign and conversion mod.
mod)
*** ''VideoGame/ThirdAgeTotalWar'': ''VideoGame/ThirdAgeTotalWar'' (a total conversion mod.mod)



* ''[[VideoGame/WingCommander Wing Commander Armada]]'', [[/index]]which combined this with [[SimulationGame simulated space combat]].[[index]]

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* ''[[VideoGame/WingCommander Wing Commander Armada]]'', [[/index]]which Armada]]'' (which combined this with [[SimulationGame simulated space combat]].[[index]]combat]])
13th Apr '16 9:17:14 PM DarkastKiller
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Probably the oldest type of game, Turn-Based Strategy games are a type of StrategyGame which are generally wholly abstract, or a kind of military simulator. The players take command of a number of pieces or units, and then take turns manipulating them over a playing area usually marked with a rectangular or hexagonal grid. In each turn, player actions typically consist of some combination of moving a unit, [[TurnBasedCombat attacking an enemy unit]], or exploiting natural resources, most often by recruiting more units or building more fixed facilities. Typically, each unit can move, then undergo one other action per turn. Play typically concludes when some specific objective has been reached, especially the destruction of all enemy units (or all enemy structures,) though timed games are also common.

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Probably the oldest type of game, Turn-Based Strategy games are a type of StrategyGame which are generally wholly abstract, or a kind of military simulator. The players take command of a number of pieces or units, and then take turns manipulating them over a playing area usually marked with a rectangular or hexagonal grid. In each turn, player actions typically consist of some combination of moving a unit, [[TurnBasedCombat attacking an enemy unit]], or exploiting natural resources, most often by recruiting more units or building more fixed facilities. Typically, each unit can move, then undergo one other action per turn. Play typically concludes when some specific objective has been reached, especially the destruction of all enemy units (or all enemy structures,) though timed games are also common.
28th Mar '16 2:07:20 PM maxwellsilver
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* ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' (one of the codifiers for the eastern side of the genre; also a LongRunner)

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* ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' (one of the codifiers for the eastern side of the genre; also a LongRunner)
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