The best classic and old school Post-apocalyptic games

Deuteros: The Next Millennium

Deuteros: The Next Millennium

Deuteros: The Next Millennium is a sci-fi strategy/exploration game designed by Ian Bird, the sequel to Millennium: Return to Earth (aka Millennium 2.2). The game was published by Activision for the Amiga and Atari ST in 1991.

Year: 1991 Genre: Strategy Updated: 2021-02-21Tags: post-apocalyptic science fiction space exploration space management

Strife

Strife

Strife is a sci-fi first-person shooter with RPG elements created by Rogue Entertainment and released for DOS in 1996 by Velocity Inc. The game uses the Doom engine (also known a...

Year: 1996 Genre: Shooter Updated: 2020-12-03Tags: doom engine post-apocalyptic rpg elements science fiction shoot em up

Wasteland

Wasteland

Wasteland is a post-apocalyptic RPG developed by Interplay and published by Electronic Arts in 1988 for the Apple II, DOS, and Commodore 64. It was later followed by Wasteland 2 in 2014, with a few failed sequels in between.

Year: 1988 Genre: Role Playing Updated: 2020-12-02Tags: fallout post-apocalyptic turn-based wasteland

The Bizarre Adventures of Woodruff and the Schnibble

The Bizarre Adventures of Woodruff and the Schnibble

The Bizarre Adventures of Woodruff and the Schnibble is an adventure game created by Pierre Gilhodes (Gobliiins series) of Coktel Vision and published by Sierra On-Line for Windows in 1995.

Year: 1995 Genre: Adventure Updated: 2019-07-31Tags: graphic adventure post-apocalyptic puzzle-solving science fiction

Comix Zone

Comix Zone

Comix Zone is a beat 'em up game developed and published by Sega in 1995 for the Genesis/Mega Drive. The star of the entry is Sketch Turner, a cartoonist. The writer is working on a new project called "The Comix Zone.

Year: 1995 Genre: Beat-'em-up Updated: 2020-05-12Tags: comics fighting mutants post-apocalyptic side-scrolling

Millennium: Return to Earth

Millennium: Return to Earth

Millennium 2.2, also known as Millennium: Return to Earth, is a sci-fi strategy/resource management sim created by Ian Bird and released by Electric Dreams for Atari ST, Amiga and DOS in 1989.

Year: 1989 Genre: Strategy Updated: 2021-02-18Tags: atari st business simulation management post-apocalyptic science fiction space management

After the War

After the War

After the War is a post-apocalyptic action game created by the Spanish software house Dinamic Software in 1989 for 8-bit platforms - ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64 - and 16-bit platforms - Atari ST and Amiga.

Year: 1989 Genre: Beat-'em-up Updated: 2021-02-11Tags: fighting platform-shooter post-apocalyptic shoot em up side-scrolling

Roadwar Europa

Roadwar Europa

Roadwar Europa is a futuristic turn-based strategy game designed by Jeff Johnson and initially developed for the Apple II and Commodore 64 in 1986, published by Strategic Simulations Inc.

Year: 1987 Genre: Strategy Updated: 2022-01-16Tags: apple 2 original game post-apocalyptic science fiction turn-based wargame

Burntime

Burntime

Burntime is a strategy-RPG game developed and published by Max Design for MS-DOS and Amiga in 1993 for Europe and 1994 in North America. Max Design was founded in Austria by the brothers Albert and Martin Lasser and Wilfried Reiter.

Year: 1993 Genre: Strategy Updated: 2021-02-18Tags: adventure-strategy aga post-apocalyptic rpg elements wasteland

Millennia: Altered Destinies

Millennia: Altered Destinies

Millennia: Altered Destinies is a space strategy game designed by Ian Bird (the creator of Deuteros and Millennium 2.2), developed and published by Take-Two in 1995. The plot of the game is brilliant.

Year: 1995 Genre: Strategy Updated: 2020-12-02Tags: post-apocalyptic puzzle-solving science fiction

Superhero League of Hoboken

Superhero League of Hoboken

Superhero League of Hoboken is an adventure role-playing game created by Steve Meretzky (Spellcasting series) and published by Legend Entertainment in 1994 for DOS. This game is an...

Year: 1994 Genre: Adventure Updated: 2020-12-02Tags: comedy comics post-apocalyptic puzzle-solving science fiction

Akira

Akira

Akira is an action game developed by International Computer Entertainment and released in 1994 for the Amiga. It's based on the 1988 Akira film. The game is sadly known as one of ...

Year: 1994 Genre: Action Updated: 2021-02-18Tags: anime movies multi-type post-apocalyptic

Transarctica

Transarctica

Transarctica (Arctic Baron in the US) is a strategy/action game created by Silmarils in 1993 for the Amiga and later ported to the PC, Atari ST and Macintosh. The story is based on...

Year: 1993 Genre: Strategy Updated: 2020-07-31Tags: aga post-apocalyptic real-time science fiction trading train transport

Alien Terminator

Alien Terminator

Alien Terminator is a sci-fi side-scrolling shooter created by Flair Software and published by Golden Zone for PC in 1997. One year before the game was released on the SNES with the name Realm.

Year: 1997 Genre: Shooter Updated: 2020-12-02Tags: platform-shooter post-apocalyptic run and gun science fiction side-scrolling snes