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  • [[Category:Computer Games]]
    5 KB (758 words) - 06:21, 1 February 2019
  • '''Dawn of War''' is the novelization by [[C.S. Goto]] of the computer game [[Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War]]. It was followed by two additional
    2 KB (220 words) - 22:48, 30 September 2020
  • ...s between the Demiurg and the ''Bentusi'' from the ''Homeworld'' series of computer games; both races are almost entirely spacebound, with no home planets, and
    8 KB (1,183 words) - 01:22, 30 October 2020
  • ...d, it adheres to the design conventions of the Real-Time Strategy genre of computer games, as interpreted by its developers, Relic Entertainment (of '''Homewor [[Category:Computer Games]]
    8 KB (1,309 words) - 06:30, 1 February 2019
  • [[Category:Computer Games]]
    3 KB (530 words) - 06:22, 1 February 2019
  • ...t wearing a helmet,{{Fn|1}} and, since all information is transmitted to a computer in the helmet before being transmitted directly to the wearer's brain via n
    53 KB (8,253 words) - 00:44, 23 March 2021
  • [[Category:Computer Games]]
    6 KB (930 words) - 18:01, 8 January 2020
  • ...on's forces as the battle grows desperate. The Iron Warriors used Daemonic computer viruses to take control of much of the station, forcing Tor Garadon to turn
    10 KB (1,599 words) - 06:06, 28 December 2019
  • ...r example, the user simply asked how to build a house or a tractor and the computer would supply all the necessary plans.{{Fn|9}}
    17 KB (2,584 words) - 08:14, 31 March 2021
  • Every battlecar is an independent vehicle with its own computer brain, able to move freely, albeit at a slower pace, without the assistance
    6 KB (965 words) - 13:28, 10 March 2021
  • Many computer games have been produced by third parties based on the Warhammer universes
    12 KB (1,632 words) - 13:31, 3 July 2020
  • ...that it can be entered into a central computer repository. They work with computer speed and accuracy, assembling battlefield reports, economic statistics, pl
    671 bytes (86 words) - 19:36, 7 December 2020
  • ...stant access to unclassified Librarium files. These are accessed through a computer terminal and allows users to select, consult and record new entries for the
    13 KB (1,883 words) - 11:56, 27 March 2020
  • ...ser Squad'']] that subsequently evolved into the [[wikipedia:X-COM|X-COM]] computer games.
    19 KB (2,613 words) - 09:51, 11 April 2021
  • *'''[[Detective]]s''' - apprehend cyber-criminals through the computer matrices of the [[Administratum]] {{Fn|1}}{{Fn|3b}} ...sed in [[Codex Imperialis (Background Book)|Codex Imperialis]] to describe computer-agents that tracks cyber-criminals.{{Fn|1}} In much later works from [[Fant
    4 KB (506 words) - 08:16, 31 January 2021
  • ...expansion pack to the [[Wikipedia:Real-time strategy|real-time strategy]] computer game ''[[Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War]]''. ''Dark Crusade'' offers new fea ...y choose to defend the region or "autoresolve" the attack, which makes the computer determine the outcome based on the defending region's reinforcement value.
    10 KB (1,466 words) - 06:20, 1 February 2019
  • [[Category:Computer Games]]
    1 KB (184 words) - 10:12, 25 February 2020
  • '''{{PAGENAME}}''' is a 2019 single-player role playing computer game by Neocore Games. It is the sequel to [[Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - [[Category:Computer Games]]
    2 KB (308 words) - 10:20, 25 February 2020
  • [[Category:Computer Games]]
    1 KB (209 words) - 10:35, 25 February 2020
  • ...ience fiction and fantasy novels. In 2009 it was taken over by the British computer games company Rebellion Developments.
    2 KB (290 words) - 22:17, 17 March 2010

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