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Age of Conquest III
Age of Conquest is a medieval Risk-like turn-based strategy game where you take the reins of a budding empire and struggle against fellow empires for control of the world. In one game, up to 100 players vie for supremacy, but only one can be victorious. Every game you win pushes up your score, until you don't just dominate the world, but also your fellow players. So, will your place be in the history books or in the mud? Will you govern or will you grovel? Do you have what it takes to rule the known world?

Age of Conquest is a turn-based strategy game somewhat like the classic Risk, but more in-depth. The goal is to conquer the map by taking over all the provinces on the map. Each turn you first view the events for the current turn and then input the orders for the next turn. You are able to recruit new soldiers, build watch towers and fortifications, move/attack, or disband military units. Typically you will buy new soldiers, attack adjacent provides to increase the size of your empire and add watch towers or fortifications to increase the defensive strength of a province. You are also able to fine-tune your finances by adjusting income and expenses. You can send out diplomatic requests or respond to diplomatic inquiries to foster relations with your neighbors.
  • Multiple maps including Europe, North America, South America, Asia, Africa, Australia/Pacific, a World Map and many more.
  • Over hundred empires to play with from all over the world.
  • Scenarios ranging from ancient to modern times. Fantasy scenarios including zombie nations.
  • God mode option to see all the empires on the map.
  • Simple building options including fortifications and watch towers.
  • AI difficulty settings ranging from easy to extreme.
  • Random placement and random fill options at game start.
  • One game provides hours of entertainment.
  • Background music matching the map and scenario you are playing.
  • Management of income and spending as well as basic population and economy management.
  • Diplomacy including alliances, peace treaties, cease-fires and vassallage.
  • Map editor to create custom maps. A map manager allows uploading your own maps and downloading other people's maps.
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  1. This game will crash on you!
    by Drecco Den, Australia - Aug 17th 2011

    Every 3 or 4 games it will crash or freeze! You get what you pay for, so spend some more money and buy a different game =(

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  2. A disappointment
    by Joseph Kyle, USA - Dec 29th 2010

    I downloaded the demo, and it worked great. It was a fun game, even if the gameplay was limited to one campaign. I thought it would be worth my while-I rarely buy games any more; when I do buy one, I want one that will give me value for dollar-how often will I want to play it, how long will I want to play it when I do?

    Well, so, I bought it. I downloaded it, and have had nothing but trouble with it.

    It froze when I first ran it; I had to force quit it three or four times before the game menu FINALLY came up.

    I should have taken that as a warning, for it only got worse. For instance, you can only make ONE choice on the map. When you do, you'd better make sure that choice you make is to press "start," as the system will take you to a black screen otherwise. Also, any selection that you make on the map section, the next thing that will happen is it will go straight to a black screen. So when you read that you can choose your country/map/timeperiod/era...NOPE. You can't even use the arrow keys to scroll. It all goes back to a black screen. I did get to play one game, and it was as enjoyable as the demo. But I have not been able to play the games and campaigns I want-which is, well, wasn't what I paid twenty bucks to do.

    I was disappointed; I've bought games from here for years, and this is the first out-and-out stinker. I would like some kind of compensation for this clunker of a program.

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  3. Doesn't perform as well as it should
    by yadda, Canada - Nov 21st 2010

    Age of Conquest III seems to be a real step up from the typical RISK or LUX type of game. The problem is that it constantly crashes or freezes up on me. Even after trashing it and re-downloading it, I had the same problems over and over again. Sometimes I would reach the end of the game, having taken over the entire map, and it wouldn't allow me to win - it just left me hanging there without ending.

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