Download COSSACKS 2: Napoleonic Wars PC Game 2005
Size to download: 1.4 GB. Version: Full Last Release
|Memory: 512 MB
Processor: With a clock frequency of 1.4 GHz
Graphics: CO 128 MB video memory compatible with DirectX 9
|OS: 98 / ME / 2000 / XP
Developer: GSC Game World
Version: Full Last Release
COSSACKS 2: Napoleonic Wars - continued by the sensational original franchise of real-time strategies from Ukrainian developers who created the Universe "Stalker", as well as another RTS - Alexander. This is not a complete list of games from this studio. There are opportunities to participate both in single-user historical campaigns combined by a common storyline and in multiplayer battles on large maps, allowing to fit up to 8 camps of the opposing parties under the guidance of players.
Total 6 powers are present: Prussia, France, England, Austria, Russia and Egypt. They all differ in buildings, basic resources, combat units and strategies that need to be used for a common victory. For example, one of the parties has high firepower due to firearms, and the other - gets more resources during mining. Also, in addition to the strengths, there are weak. The mixture of all the features of the fraction and forms a balance in which, with competent control, perhaps any country to overcome the rest. Everything will depend on the skills of the gameim itself and his diplomatic and economic abilities.
On battles in the game "Kozaki 2: Napoleonic Wars" The many factors affect:
- Martial Spirit - with low morality, detachment can escape from the battlefield.
- Shooting - Because of the epoch, where muskets and pistols began to appear, they recharge very long and leave the shooters vulnerable. Not in time by giving a volley, you can lose the battle, having lost the whole detachment of long-range troops.
- Surroundings and landscapes - proper use of relief gives a huge advantage over enemies. So, taking a position above the territory of the battle, you can easily and freely shoot enemy detachments
- Endurance - if the soldiers are moving on roads, they are very tired and become less efficient.