Download Seven Kingdoms 2: FRYHTAN WARS PC GAME 1999

Download Seven Kingdoms 2: FRYHTAN WARS

Size to download: 158.1 MB. Version: Full Last Release

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Memory: 32 MB
Processor: Pentium 166 MHz

Graphics: 3D
OS: 98/2000 / ME / XP / Vista / 7
Year: 1999
Developer: ENLIGHT Software
Version: Full Last Release

Seven Kingdoms 2: Fryhtan Wars refers to RTS genre. In Sicvel, developers improved graphics and increased the diversity of units. Each civilization acquired unique fighters, and also received one higher creature, which gives his bonuses. Here you can hire heroes that are able to wear artifacts and other subjects. Here you can control the Vikings, Romans, Carthaginians, Greeks, Celts, Japanese, Normans, Persians, Chinese, Indians, Mongols, Egyptians. They all differ in battle tactics and other features.

Project "Seven Kingdom II: Wars Frichtanov" From other similar titles it is distinguished by the presence of elements taken from the genre 4x, and the ability to choose the size of buildings. Buildings can be small and schematically, as often happens in strategies, or large, as in real life. Here you can build cities, forts, camps, shafts, factories, hotels, markets, science tals, spy colleges and other houses. Each settlement has a devotion scale. If it is located on a low mark, the rebellion will begin in the settlement. In this product, you need to conduct research, dispose of strengthening, build military assistance, participate in hostilities.

Mentioned in the names of Frichtans are monsters, which are 7 species: People-snakes, bulls, people-crabs, people-monkeys, people-squid, people-lizards and stone golems. They attack the representatives of humanity to enslave them. And for these monsters you can also play. Each soldier in this game has its name and strip of experience. Gradually, warriors pump out and get new titles. Main regimes here 2: Campaign with random generation and single scenarios.

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