Download Call to Power 2 PC Game 2000

Download Call to Power 2

Size to download: 713.83 MB. Version: Full Last Release

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Memory: 512 MB
Processor: 1.8 ghz
Storage: 4 GB
Graphics: DirectX 7 Compatible 3D Card
OS: 7, 8, 10
Year: 2000
Developer: Activision
Version: Full Last Release

The game that will have to taste all lovers of civilization and games in the genre of 4x as a whole. Despite the huge similarity with the legendary "quive", Call for Power 2 is much more polished and mature than the height of the genre. The player will have to lead the people chosen to them and spend it through the epochs to prosperity. The choice of means of achieving this noble goal remains exclusively for the player, whether expansion, diplomacy or economic superiority.


  • The classic genre of 4x strategies is further developed by the idea "Studying, expansion, exploitation and destruction", providing the player with the opportunity to suppress their neighbors with any available means and beat in the sun under the sun.
  • The retreat from the microenterium system with workers and processed cells allows you to postpone in the direction of concern about each cell of its own empire to focus on more important matters. The tree of research, which also became a classic feature of similar games, is much more realistic and plausible.
  • The development of civilization through the era proceeds much more smoothly than in the games of Side Meyer. It has much less situations here when time tanks of the Second World War have to fight with medieval cavalry.
  • Spaciousness for fantasy is added and the fact that the game does not end in some "near future". The player can develop further, in the era of cybernetics and nanotechnology, and the game will change the genre on a more futuristic, but still balanced. And instead of formal technology of the future, the player is provided more perfect, albeit fiction, units, buildings and mechanics.

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