Download Cossacks 1 Anthology PC Game 2003

Download Cossacks 1 Anthology

Size to download: 915 MB. Version: V 2.1.0.13 [NEW VERSION]

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Memory: 512 MB
Processor: 1.8 ghz
Storage: 2 GB
Graphics: 3D
OS: XP / Vista / 7/8/10
Year: 2003
Developer: GSC Game World
Version: V 2.1.0.13 [NEW VERSION]

Cossacks 1 Anthology is represented in real-time strategy genre. The campaign mode includes 4 scripts where the player can become the ruler of England, Ukraine, France and Russia. Each campaign includes missions based on real events. For example, the user will take part in the conquest of the Bermuda islands, will fight with Tatars in Zaporizhia, fights in the thirty-year war or will suppress Stepan Razin's uprising.

Type of game in COSSACKS:

  • Fighting on the randomly generated map based on gamer preferences. You can choose the size of the region, and the main task is to defeat the opponent, destroying his army and opportunities for development.
  • Campaign - includes 4 scenariOS: English Ukrainian, French and Russian.
  • Single-user missions - user is able to choose a harvested card, configure rivals and starting conditions.
Each session begins with the 17th century. Having established certain structures and overcoming resource restrictions, the participant goes into the next century. For each side you need to dial the different of food, gold and iron. To increase the army and construction, 6 types of resources are needed: coal, gold, stone, food, wood and iron. The peasants collect food from the fields and attribute it to the mill to recycle for further use.

The market allows you to exchange having materials on gold, or acquire missing resources. The absence of iron and coal affects guard towers, guns and units with firearms, as they are not able to shoot. For the content of mercenaries and many soldiers, funding is required, gradually leaving the treasury. If there is no money, the units refuse to fight and leave the earth.

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