Dam games

There are tons of Dam games offering a variety of entertaining yet educational experiences related to Dam. Players can learn about the Dam in an interactive way, as the games are designed to be fun and engaging. The games range from simple arcade-style challenges to more complex strategic puzzles. All these Dam games feature vibrant, colorful graphics and simple, easy-to-understand instructions, so even the youngest players can join in on the fun.

The Last of Us

The Last of Us (2013)

The Last of Us is a post-apocalyptic video game set twenty years after a pandemic has drastically changed the world. The remaining humans are scattered, with some infected and running amok while survivors fight each other for resources. Joel, an experienced survivor, is tasked to smuggle fourteen-year old girl Ellie out of a military quarantine. What begins as just another job quickly turns into a grueling journey across the country filled with dangers at every turn.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (2004)

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is a 2004 PS2 game of the year set in the early 90s. The protagonist, Carl Johnson, returns to his hometown of Los Santos after five years away and finds it rife with gang violence, drugs, and corruption. He soon discovers that he has been framed for homicide by corrupt cops and must embark on a journey across all of San Andreas to save his family and take back control of the city streets. Along the way he will face many challenges as well as gain allies who can help him in his mission.
Grand Theft Auto V

Grand Theft Auto V (2014)

Grand Theft Auto V is a critically acclaimed open-world video game that combines storytelling and gameplay in unique ways. Players take control of three protagonists, which allows them to experience the game's story from multiple perspectives. By jumping in and out of the lives of these characters, players are able to explore all sides of Grand Theft Auto 5's interconnected narrative.
Fallout: New Vegas

Fallout: New Vegas (2010)

Fallout: New Vegas is the latest installment in the post-nuclear role playing game (RPG) series. It is being developed by a team of experienced veterans from Fallout 1 and 2, who are now working at Obsidian Entertainment. The game will be powered by the same engine used for Fallout 3, ensuring that players get the same quality experience as with previous games in the series.

Gothic (2001)

Gothic is an action-adventure video game set in a world ravaged by war. The king of the land needs ore to forge weapons to fend off invading Orc hordes, so prisoners from all over the empire are rounded up and thrown into a large magical sphere where they have to work in the mines for the king. The player takes on the role of one such prisoner, tasked with delivering a letter to the high mages which may be key in winning this war against evil forces.
GoldenEye 007

GoldenEye 007 (1997)

In GoldenEye 007, you are James Bond and your mission is to complete covert operations related to the GoldenEye weapons satellite. You receive a briefing from M in London and Q Branch provides you with plenty of weaponry and gadgets. After being wished luck by Moneypenny, your mission starts off at the Byelomorye Dam in the USSR where you must navigate 12 interactive 3-D environments using stealth or force as needed. Along the way, military personnel can be considered expendable as you strive for international security.
Skate 2

Skate 2 (2009)

Skate 2 is a skateboarding video game that takes place five years after the original Skate. During this time, Mongocorp has rebuilt San Vanelona but their strict rules have caused the once thriving skate population to dwindle. The player's mission is to rebuild their career and revive the New San Vanelona skate scene by getting off-board to move objects around and with help from a crew of locals. They must get coverage, earn sponsorships, own challenges and enter contests in order for them to gain an invite to etnies GvR competition.
Return to Castle Wolfenstein

Return to Castle Wolfenstein (2001)

In Return to Castle Wolfenstein, players take on the role of B.J. Blazkowicz, a highly decorated Army Ranger recruited into the Office of Secret Actions who must escape from and then return to Castle Wolfenstein in order to thwart Heinrich Himmler's plans for an unstoppable army raised through genetic engineering and harnessing occult powers. As Blazkowicz discovers more about Himmler's evil schemes, it is up to him to defeat them before they can level the Allies once and for all.
Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage

Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage (2010)

Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage is an action-adventure game set in a post-apocalyptic world devastated by nuclear war. The survivors form communities and villages, trying to survive with limited resources while being attacked by vicious gangs. In this dire situation, a mysterious martial artist named Ken emerges as the chosen successor of the legendary assassin art Hokuto Shinken (The Divine Fist of the North Star). He has dedicated his life to protecting those who cannot protect themselves from these malicious gangs. Players will have to fight their way through hordes of enemies with fast and furious combat moves in order to help restore balance to this ravaged Earth.
X-Men: The Official Game

X-Men: The Official Game (2006)

X-Men: The Official Game is a video game based on the X-Men movie universe. Players can take control of Wolverine, Nightcrawler and Iceman to battle enemies such as Pyro, Magneto and Sabretooth. With Wolverine’s adamantium claws and brute force, Nightcrawler's wall scaling and teleportation abilities, plus Iceman's ice bursts and hailstorms players will have an array of powers at their disposal. Additional characters like Storm, Colossus and Cyclops are also available in gameplay that includes melee fighting, stealth action and time-based missions. Throughout the game players will explore famous locations from the movies such as Alkali Lake while hearing voices of actors from the films.

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