Download Stronghold Legends: Steam Edition PC Game 2009

Download Stronghold Legends: Steam Edition

Size to download: 1.09 GB. Version: v 1.2

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Memory: 1 GB
Processor: 1.6GHz Intel or AMD processor
Storage: 3 GB
Graphics: 256MB video card
OS: 7, 8, 10
Year: 2009
Developer: Firefly Studios
Version: v 1.2

Stronghold Legends: Steam Edition - a real-time strategy whose actions unfold in the Middle Ages. You will be able to take control over King Artur, who pulled the legendary sword of the Eccalibur from the stone and got the throne right. Manage the dark forces inherent in the Count Dracula, or fight for the Ice People, at the head of which - Mighty Siegfried.

The gameplay provides a large branch of the company divided into 3 parts for each fraction. Come down complex DLC, or tasks, thanks to which you improve your skills, fight in interesting and plot missions, and also visit secret locations. In Stronghold Legends there is a multiplayer in which up to 8 players can participate simultaneously on a wide variety of maps.

Users are able to personally create game areas using the map editor. In the very battle, resources will have to create weapons, engage in trade, the development of the economy and troops, a lot of what will increase your chances of winning. In addition to the basic foundation, in the form of a multiple army and materials, a well-thought-out tactic and the ability to fight. Hire engineers who will be engaged in catapults, hardware and other siege mechanisms. Learn all the ways leading to the territory of the enemy castle and arrange an ambush using a wide variety of soldiers.

Gamer will be able to create mythical warriors. Each race provides unique units. For example, people are able to hire a round table knights, the Count Dracula is obeyed by monsters and demons, and Siegfried will be able to cause giants flying on witch brooms and other creatures.

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