Empires: Dawn of the Modern World

$ 8.99
Works on: Windows (7, 8, 10, 11)

From Middle Ages through World War II, Command battles with an amazing array of historic troops and abilities - over land, sea, and air. Lead 7 civilizations; fight 3 campaigns; conquer epic maps in historical battles throughout history. Massive time line and variety of fighting units and unique civilizations across five ages: Middle Ages (950 AD - 1300 AD), Gunpowder (1300 AD - 1600 AD), Imperial (1600 AD - 1900 AD), World War I (1914 AD - 1935 AD), World War II (1935 AD - 1945 AD).

Deep campaigns contribute to a weeks of high replay value. Create your own full campaigns in the campaign/mission editor. One of the best RTS, that has come across these eyes.
-Game Nation

Empires: Dawn of the Modern World delivers great strategic gaming that's based on great historical civilizations.
-daytrum Review

Games can be truly epic. Resources are plentiful, maps are huge, and battles are insane.
-Armchair Review

Fans of Age of Empires will want this title. Three story-based modes, another 5 eras and 7 civilizations, random map generator, and both single and multiplayer game modes. Enough to keep you busy for hours and hours.

Make no mistake, the single-player campaigns are great, but the multiplayer gives you and your friends more freedom to create the RTS atmosphere of your dreams.

The 3D engine delivers very beautiful images and when you zoom in, you really get the feeling of being right in the action.
-FragLand Review

The three campaigns are long enough that this really is almost like three games in one.
-GameRaider’s review

Create your own games with the robust scenario editor. You can actually construct complete campaign for play.
-Gamer’s Pulse

As each chapter of history unfolds, you find yourself dealing with new technologies and unlocking more complex examples of advanced warfare. In the final campaign, airplanes and armored vehicles roll into gameplay, as well as flamethrowers, rocket launchers, and atomic weapons.

The campaigns feature engrossing storylines, like Richard the Lionheart's ascension to the throne. There are points in the campaigns where players will have to make difficult choices.

Empires: Dawn of the Modern World has done something that not many titles have done too recently, drawn me into a world and not let me to till the wee small hours.
-Gamer Archive

With a full time line of epochs, theres a lot to keep track of. All the civilizations have different bonuses and that can turn the tide of war. Russia has weak but cheap infantry in WW2, and gets 7 workers for free. Chinese get two free town-centers, and are very versatile in their economic needs.
-Gamer’s Hell
  • Rule as some of history's greatest heroes in 3 epic, story-driven adventures.
  • Command your nation in 1 of 2 distinct game variations: Action-packed lighting warfare or strategic, long-term Empire building.
  • Lead 1 of 7 completely distinct civilizations during 1,000 years of history.
Wallpapers, Manuals (EN+SP+KO+IT+GER+FR+CH)

Game details:
Genre: Strategy - Real-time - Historical
Works on: Windows (7, 8, 10, 11)
Release date: October 21, 2003
Company: Stainless Steel Studios / Stainless Steel Studios
Size: 765 MB
Game features: Single-player
Languages: English (audio + text)

System requirements
Minimum system requirements:
System: Windows 7 / 8 / 10
Processor: 1.8 GHz
Memory: 512 MB RAM
Graphics: 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 7 (compatible with DirectX 9 recommended)
Storage: 1GB available space
English ( Text + Audio).
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