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Calendric time

Other (objects, etc.) concept

Progress of time is tracked by weekdays, months and years or other similar counting methods.

33
games
19
platforms

Name variations: Calendar time

The first video game about Calendric time was released in 1988.

Starcraft, New World Computing and Hanako Games has published most of these games

If this is limited to counting turns or similar, then this is not so interesting here. But if this shows the progress of seasons, used to track oncoming events, or other things, then it's more fitting for this.

Also if this simply counting days since game start (or days till game end), it's not quite fitting either.

Parent group

Time

Platforms

Windows 6
MS-DOS 4
Linux 3
PCE CD 2
Win3.1 2
Mac OS X 2
MSX2 2
Saturn 1
GamePark 32 1
Amiga 1
Apple II E 1
NEC PC9801 1
Mac OS Classic 1
MICRO 7 - FM7 1
NEC PC8801 1
C64 1
Sharp X1 1
3DO 1
X68000 1

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