Download a Game of Thrones: The Board Game - Digital Edition PC Game 2020

Download A Game of Thrones: The Board Game - Digital Edition

Size to download: 101.9 MB. Version: V Digital Edition [New Version]

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Memory: 2 GB
Processor: Intel Pentium d or AMD Athlon 64 x2
Storage: 1 GB
OS: Windows 7 / 8/10 (64-bit)
Year: 2020
Developer: Dire Wolf
Version: V Digital Edition [New Version]

A Game of Thrones: The Board Game - Digital Edition - Digital adaptation of the stands, which is designed by the official license from the owners of the rights to the franchise "Game of Thrones". The gamer has to rely not only for luck during the battles between the detachments, which the player does not affect, but also on its own strategy for obtaining advantages over enemies from other clans. It is possible to play offline against opponents, which are managed by artificial intelligence, as well as online with five other users.

The project uses the works of George Martin as a primary source, ignoring some events of the series. There are 6 factions to choose from. Each of them has its own unique features, which are displayed on the game process for one side of the conflict in the fight for the management of seven kingdoms. The gameplay is divided into 10 rounds, during which you need to use diplomacy and military skills to achieve your goals, which will make an advantage over the final fight, which will solve who will receive an iron throne, the royal harbor and all Westerosa lands.

An important part is the invasion of wild, which will try to break through the night watch. This danger from the north is the common problem of all rulers, which requires an association for the sake of rescue people from the destructive power of savages. After the end of the temporary union, the opposing parties return to the goal of the capture of power and conquering other houses.

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