Hi Bryan.

Given what your looking for, castaways, even though just in developement might fit the bill, as might time of conflict.


Another game, though more rpg than stratogy you might considder is entombed from http://www.blind-games.com/

The game is an audio roguelike rpg involving crawling a dungeon.

Battles are detailed, there is a lot to explore (even the free version is 8 floors deep, and the full one goes down 25 massive floors), with 17 player races and 20 or so jobs.

then, each character has two jobs not one, and your party is comprized of three characters altogether, with a random dungeon and enemies to get through, multiple unique bosses, and a very engaging turn based battle system requiring a lot of stratogy.

I think Entombed is probably the audio game I've spent most time playing generally, and certainly you'd get 50 hours out of it, especially if you buy the full version (running through the game even once will take probably 5-10 hours, and then there are all the different random combinations of races etc).

Time of conflict might also be a good one here, as might the audio first person adventure game Sarah and the castle of witchcraft and wizarrdry from pcs, sinse that has a massive amount of exploration, a very engaging plot and characters, and a lot of stuff to do iincluding side quests, battling magical creatures and learning spells.

though more an adventure than an fps you might wish to take a look at www.pcsgames.net.

Beware the grue!

Dark.

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