Assassin's Creed II
Action 17 November 2009
A sequel to Assassin's Creed, an action game released in 2007. Just as the original, also the second installment was developed by Ubisoft Montreal studio. Assassin's Creed II tells of the new adventures of Desmond Miles. This time the protagonist uses the Animus to relive the memories of Ezio Auditore da Firenze, a young noble from Florence living in the Renaissance period. The hero decides to join the Brotherhood of Assassins in order to take revenge on the Templars for killing his family. Just as in the first Assassin's Creed, gameplay combines elements of third-person action game, adventure, and stealth. The world’s open structure offers much freedom in terms of movement and the order in which you complete the missions. Once again, the developers skillfully enriched the fictional story with historical facts and figures (e.g. Leonardo da Vinci and Niccolo Machiavelli).
Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood
Action 16 November 2010
Action-adventure game with stealth elements and the second major installment in the best-selling Assassin's Creed series. The game, created by Ubisoft Montreal, is the second part of the so-called Ezio trilogy. Players can follow the adventures of a Renaissance assassin, Ezio Auditore da Firenze (the protagonist of Assassin's Creed II). Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood is set in Rome - the city of conflicting interests of influential houses and the seat of the villainous Templar Order. The sandbox gameplay structure, well-known to fans of the series, was enriched with a new element – managing local structures belonging to the Brotherhood of Assassins that allow you to recruit and train new members, who can be ordered to aid you in combat. For the first time in the franchise's history, the developers decided to introduce an online multiplayer mode.
Assassin's Creed: Revelations
Action 15 November 2011
An open-world action game played from the third-person view. It is another installment in the Assassin's Creed series. In terms of the plot, the game ends the so-called Ezio trilogy, which comprises of Assassin's Creed II, Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood and AC: Revelations. The game is set mainly in the 16th century, though in-game flashbacks reach as far as back to the 12th century. The protagonist - Ezio Auditore da Firenze follows the traces of Altair - both his ancestor and the master of the Assassins. The trail leads to Constantinople, where the Templars are gathering a powerful army. The creators combined successful mechanics of the previous installments, enriching them with an ability to create bombs or with a modified system of gaining control over particular city areas. Apart from the single-player story campaign, the game offers a fully functional multiplayer mode.
I, the Inquisitor
The production is based on The Inquisitor Cycle, a series of novels by Jacek Piekara. In I, the Inquisitor we become the Inquisitor on behalf of Jesus Christ, who takes revenge on his tormentors and spreads the Gospel.
Anno 1404: Venice
Strategy 25 February 2010
An official expansion for the 2009's economic strategy Anno 1404, which is the fourth installment in the series launched more than a decade earlier by the Max Design studio. The add-on features the titular Venetian culture and with it the new merchant ships, the possibility to sabotage opponent's progress, and the institution of city council, which can be manipulated and bribed in order to take control of a foreign metropolis without bloodshed. Moreover, Anno 1404: Venice offers in total three hundred entirely new missions like economic race or loading of ships, sixty additional items, as well as the opportunity to discover and explore previously inaccessible kind of territory – a volcanic island. The biggest novelty is a multiplayer mode for up to 4 people, that was absent in the base game. Players can now compete against each other or form alliances against an opponent controlled by the computer.
Assassin's Creed: The Ezio Collection
Action 15 November 2016
A compilation of three most popular installments of the Assassin’s Creed series that includes Assassin's Creed II, Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, and Assassin's Creed: Revelations. The main protagonist of the trilogy is Ezio Auditore de Firenze, an Italian assassin who lived on the turn of the 15th and 16th century. In these productions, the players have an opportunity to visit the Renaissance Venice and Florence as well as Rome, ruled by Borgias, and Constantinople just a few years before Suleiman the Magnificent conquered it. For the purposes of Assassin's Creed: The Ezio Collection, every aforementioned title was visually enhanced — the most important change is rising the screen resolution to 1080p but some textures and character models were improved, too. While multiplayer modes were deleted, all expansions and DLCs for the single player campaigns were preserved.
Simulation 13 June 2019
An online sailing simulator developed by the Ukrainian developer, Game-Labs, whose members worked previously on the STALKER and Total War series. The action of the game is set between the sixteenth and the eighteenth century - a period within the so-called Age of Sail. The gameplay focuses on the exploration of the enormous game world, where the players can trade, take assignments, and participate in realistic sea battles. The game features faithfully recreated weapons from the period, including various types of cannons, mortars, and carronades. One of the game's characteristic, and very realistic, features is the ship handling, as the player can control each sail separately and the crew management is also rather complex. The visuals are powered by the Unity engine, which makes the game look better than one could expect. Also, the creators' dedication to recreate the ships as authentic as possible deserves praise.
Assassin's Creed Rebellion
Strategy 21 November 2018
A strategy game with RPG elements, in which you manage a fortress of the eponymous Assassin Brotherhood and lead a self-composed team of assassins. The title was developed by the Canadian team at Behavior Interactive Studio. Assassin’s Creed Rebellion is set in the 15th-century Spain, where you confront the Inquisition. The Brotherhood is made up of over forty characters, featuring both famous characters from the Assassin’s Creed video games and the movie as well as twenty completely new individuals. The fortress under your command is the main base of operations for your men, from which they set out for missions in teams of up to three members. As you accumulate experience and gain higher character levels, you are able to expand the fortress with new rooms and purchase equipment. On the other hand, while performing specific tasks (which require heroes with specific abilities), you gain DNA fragments (unlocking more Assassins), raw materials (for improving existing units), and crafting materials (needed to create better equipment). Against a background of other Assassin's Creed games, Rebellion is distinguished by its graphics design, based on Chibi stylistics.
RPG 30 May 2013
Expeditions: Conquistador is a cRPG production developed by Logic Artists, with isometric perspective and turn-based combat system. The game allows you to move on to the 16th century and explore the New World as a Spanish conquistador.
Rise of Venice
Strategy 27 September 2013
Rise of Venice is an economic strategy developed by Gaming Minds, an extension of the Patrician and Port Royale series. Players take on the role of a Venetian merchant and must both develop their commercial empire and command their own fleet during naval battles.
Nobunaga's Ambition: Sphere of Influence - Ascension
Strategy 24 March 2016
A turn-based strategy game developed by Koei Tecmo. The action of the title takes place in Japan during the Sengoku era (years 1467-1573). Similarly as in the previous installments of the series, the main part of the game are the story campaigns in which the players can learn about the history of various actual people such as Yukimura Sanada, Masamune Date or Ieyasu Tokugawa. More than two thousand of playable characters appear in Nobunaga's Ambition: Sphere of Influence – Ascension. The story tells about the events that led to the birth of the Tokugawa Shogunate. The gameplay is turn-based and concentrates on managing one’s fief, providing the army with technology, training soldiers, trading with neighbors and waging wars. Naval battles and sieges are a novelty in the series. The player can even start his carrier as a regular officer who climbs the ladder of the military career. The game features high-quality (for the genre’s standards) graphics.
Assassin's Creed: Revelations - The Lost Archive
Action 28 February 2012
One of the DLC packs for the action game Assassin’s Creed Revelations developed by Ubisoft. The Lost Archive allows the player to learn more about the past of Lucy Stillman and Subject 16 – the mysterious assassin who, similarly as Desmond Miles, is a descendant of Ezio Auditore da Firenze. The expansion leads the player through a series of environmental riddles based on the Animus action puzzles. Animus is the machine for the virtual projection known from the base game. When solving the riddles, the action is showed from first-person perspective and the player must utilize various means to reach the exit. During the game player can listen to voice memories of contemporary characters thanks to which he learns about new plot details. Assassin’s Creed Revelations – The Lost Archive offers a few minor novelties as well, including an additional main campaign mission during which the player controls Ezio. Other new features include three costumes, three characters for multiplayer mode and increased number of ammunition for firearms, crossbow and as well as bombs.
Assassin's Creed II: Discovery
Action 17 November 2009
Assassin's Creed II: Discovery is an action-packed game created with the technical capabilities of the Nintendo DS side-scroll console in mind, referring to the story of Assassin's Creed II. The player directs a member of the assassin guild, Ezio Auditore da Firenze, who travels through Renaissance Europe trying to free his compatriots from the hands of the Spanish Inquisition. The title was produced by Griptonite Games studio.
Assassin's Creed II: Battle of Forli
Action 28 January 2010
A small addition to the game about the adventures of the assassin Ezio. This time the hero has to help defend the city of Forli against the attack of the Orsi brothers' army. During the game we get to know new allies - known historical figures: Katarzyna Sforza and Niccolo Machiavelli. In one of the special sequences we can also fly with a flying machine created by Leonardo da Vinci.
Hanse: The Hanseatic League
Strategy 30 April 2018
An economic strategy game with simulation elements. The players work for the titular Hanseatic League during the 15th century, trading with over thirty towns in Europe and America. The gameplay is spiced up with turn-based sea battles and special events like natural catastrophes or epidemic outbreaks.
Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood - The Da Vinci Disappearance
Action 08 March 2011
The Da Vinci Disappearance is a paid DLC addition to Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, the third installment of Ubisoft's best-selling cycle. The plot revolves around the kidnapping of Leonardo DaVinci by the cult of Hermeticists. The extension also offers a new map, the Alhambra, which is located in Grenada.
Assassin's Creed II: Bonfire of the Vanities
Action 18 February 2010
Second addition to Assassin's Creed II. We visit the southern district of Florence, which is not available in its basic version. The plot of the extension focuses on the title Pile of Void, an incident from 1497 during which the followers of the Dominican Girolamo Savanaroli burned thousands of objects on the pile which, according to the clergyman's sermons, could lead to sin.
Neo Atlas 1469
Strategy 27 October 2016
A unique combination of strategy, adventure and economy. Players move to 15th century Portugal and manage a trading company. The aim of the game is to find the legendary country of Zipang, as well as to make an accurate map of the world.
Four Last Things
Adventure 23 February 2017
Four Last Things is an unusual, funny point & click adventure in 2D, which was prepared on the basis of fragments of works from the Renaissance era. Its creator, Joe Richardson, presents his game with the words "a bit like Monkey Island, if it had been created in the 16th century Flemish Region by the time traveler Monthy Python's fanboy".
Action 09 January 2016
Created by City Quests Games, a third-person stealth action game set in the 16th-century London. You assume the role of “The Moth,” an agent known for her stealth abilities, who is also an ally of the Dominican Brothers. When the government spies reveal the true identity of the heroine, and some of her supporters get imprisoned in the Tower of London, the protagonist must set them free before the sunrise. In City Run London you need to keep a low-profile and sneak behind the guards’ backs, because open combat will most certainly lead to your death. A special radar that shows the range of sight of NPCs will help you avoid detection. The game features attractive, 3D graphics in a vivid, comic book-like style.