History SteamPunk / VideoGames

17th Jul '17 8:15:19 AM Quag15
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* The ''VideoGame/{{Thief}}'' game series has a generous mix of DarkerAndEdgier SteamPunk and ClockPunk, especially in the second game with the Mechanist technology.

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* The ''VideoGame/{{Thief}}'' game series has a generous mix of DarkerAndEdgier SteamPunk and ClockPunk, especially in [[VideoGame/ThiefIITheMetalAge the second game game]] with the Mechanist technology.
7th Jun '17 6:51:29 PM nombretomado
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* ''Robo {{Aleste}}'' is set in an AlternateHistory Sengoku period Japan that suddenly underwent a technological leap to around 1900 and started making HumongousMecha.

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* ''Robo {{Aleste}}'' VideoGame/{{Aleste}}'' is set in an AlternateHistory Sengoku period Japan that suddenly underwent a technological leap to around 1900 and started making HumongousMecha.
26th May '17 12:31:38 AM DrFraud
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* ''Steamworld: Dig'' is steampunk with sentient robots in the Wild West, while ''Steamworld: Heist'' is steampunk with sentient robots IN SPACE.

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* ''Steamworld: Dig'' is steampunk with sentient robots in the Wild West, while ''Steamworld: Heist'' is steampunk with sentient robots [[RecycledInSpace IN SPACE.SPACE]].
26th May '17 12:30:26 AM DrFraud
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** Even moreso is ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'', set as it is in the middle of a second industrial revolution, with railroads, trains, and steamboats being common features. Narshe is loaded with coal mines, railroads, and heaters that keep the snowy streets warm, the kingdom of Figaro is centered in a ''submersible castle'' that is powered with massive steam engines, and King Figaro himself, with all manner of gadgets, up to and including an AutomaticCrossbow. TheEmpire, on the other hand, uses [[PoweredByAForsakenChild the life force of enslaved Espers]] to power its MagiTek armored walkers and Air Force, and some of the more elite soldiers are actually cyborgs, as they utilize computer programs in battle and short circuit when attacked with lightning or water.

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** Even moreso more so is ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'', set as it is in the middle of a second industrial revolution, with railroads, trains, and steamboats being common features. Narshe is loaded with coal mines, railroads, and heaters that keep the snowy streets warm, the kingdom of Figaro is centered in a ''submersible castle'' that is powered with massive steam engines, and King Figaro himself, with all manner of gadgets, up to and including an AutomaticCrossbow. TheEmpire, on the other hand, uses [[PoweredByAForsakenChild the life force of enslaved Espers]] to power its MagiTek armored walkers and Air Force, and some of the more elite soldiers are actually cyborgs, as they utilize computer programs in battle and short circuit when attacked with lightning or water.



* The ''VideoGame/{{Angband}}'' variant ''Steamband'' is a {{Roguelike}} with a steampunk theme (One of the races is a steammecha, for example.), in which the goal is to get out of the earth's core to the surface.

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* The ''VideoGame/{{Angband}}'' variant ''Steamband'' is a {{Roguelike}} with a steampunk theme (One of the races is a steammecha, steam mecha, for example.), in which the goal is to get out of the earth's core to the surface.



* ''Gizmos: Riddle of the Universe'' is set on a [[PlanetOfHats steampunk planet]] populated by green men with surprisingly Earth-like names.

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* ''Gizmos: Riddle of the Universe'' The ''Gizmos'' series is set on a [[PlanetOfHats steampunk planet]] populated by green men with surprisingly Earth-like names.


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* ''Steamworld: Dig'' is steampunk with sentient robots in the Wild West, while ''Steamworld: Heist'' is steampunk with sentient robots IN SPACE.
20th May '17 10:04:06 AM nombretomado
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* ''[[{{Ultima}} Worlds of Ultima: Martian Dreams]]'' was about a manned space journey to Mars in an [[AlternateHistory alternate 19th century.]]

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* ''[[{{Ultima}} Worlds of Ultima: Martian Dreams]]'' ''VideoGame/UltimaWorldsOfAdventure2MartianDreams'' was about a manned space journey to Mars in an [[AlternateHistory alternate 19th century.]]
14th May '17 3:41:19 PM nombretomado
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* The ''SummonNight'' series mixes medieval Europe with railroads, modern factories, along with other things, resulting in SteamPunk. This is a result of the game's universe being populated by beings from multiple other ones, bringing influences with them.

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* The ''SummonNight'' ''VideoGame/SummonNight'' series mixes medieval Europe with railroads, modern factories, along with other things, resulting in SteamPunk. This is a result of the game's universe being populated by beings from multiple other ones, bringing influences with them.
24th Apr '17 6:56:39 PM nombretomado
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* ''VideoGame/TalesOfInnocence'' takes place in an industrialized world, an oddity for the TalesSeries, which usually sticks to MedievalEuropeanFantasy with LostTechnology. The intro prominently shows a steam train and a steam boat, and steam engines are referenced a few times.

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* ''VideoGame/TalesOfInnocence'' takes place in an industrialized world, an oddity for the TalesSeries, VideoGame/TalesSeries, which usually sticks to MedievalEuropeanFantasy with LostTechnology. The intro prominently shows a steam train and a steam boat, and steam engines are referenced a few times.
16th Apr '17 9:05:24 PM nombretomado
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* ''SteambotChronicles'' (''Bumpy Trot'' in Japan) utilizes large steam-powered trots for everything (except flying, because [[spoiler:most]] Trotmobiles can't fly). The rest of the robots are powered by internal combustion engines. [[spoiler:As illustrated when fuel prices (along with others) skyrocket when the desert oil wells are captured by the Bloody Mantis.]]

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* ''SteambotChronicles'' ''VideoGame/SteambotChronicles'' (''Bumpy Trot'' in Japan) utilizes large steam-powered trots for everything (except flying, because [[spoiler:most]] Trotmobiles can't fly). The rest of the robots are powered by internal combustion engines. [[spoiler:As illustrated when fuel prices (along with others) skyrocket when the desert oil wells are captured by the Bloody Mantis.]]
11th Apr '17 5:50:16 PM nombretomado
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* ''ShiningForce'' and its sequel, ''ShiningForce II'', featured steam-powered armor, ships, and ''[[SchizoTech robots]]''.

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* ''ShiningForce'' ''VideoGame/ShiningForce'' and its sequel, ''ShiningForce II'', ''VideoGame/ShiningForceII'', featured steam-powered armor, ships, and ''[[SchizoTech robots]]''.
10th Apr '17 1:14:01 PM nombretomado
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* ''SecondLife'' has a rather significant Steampunk population with entire regions devoted to roleplaying, including the Independent State of Caledon, City of New Babbage, Winterfell, and former City of Steelhead.

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* ''SecondLife'' ''VideoGame/SecondLife'' has a rather significant Steampunk population with entire regions devoted to roleplaying, including the Independent State of Caledon, City of New Babbage, Winterfell, and former City of Steelhead.
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