Download The Kings Crusade PC Game 2010

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Size to download: 2.59 GB. Version: Full Last Release

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Memory: 1 GB
Processor: Pentium 4 - 3.2 GHz or Athlon 64 - 3500+
Storage: 3.5 GB
Graphics: GeForce 6600 or Radeon X700
OS: Windows XP, 7, 8, 10
Year: 2010
Developer: Neocoregames
Version: Full Last Release

The Kings' Crusade is a real-time strategy. It has elements borrowed from role-playing games. Taitle transfers users during the time of the third crusade. In the product there are really existing historical personalities.

The project is also known as Lionheart: The Kings 'Crusade and The Kings' Crusade: Lion Heart. Gaming process is divided into two phases. On the global map, the user moves his armies, captures the provinces, builds relationships with fractions, like the Templars, Paper, France, the Sacred Roman Empire. These groupings issue recruits and bonuses, but instead they require their whims. And when you have to fight, combat mode is turned on. Small groups are most often taking part in the battles.

There is a variety of infantry, cavalry, arrows among units. Each type of troops superior to some fighters, but inferior to another. There are also siege tools. Here they allow equipped with weapons and armor. Equipment gives an increase to the parameters. Lout sometimes remains after the defeated enemies. Fighters get experience. You can manually distribute points according to their characteristics, improving at your discretion, protection, endurance, martial spirit. Highly pumping soldiers ways to change specialization. For example: ordinary swords turn into crusader knights. In stock Two campaigns (for Richard I and Saladin), are divided into mission. Tasks here are diverse. There are ordinary battles in the scenery of deserts and Arab cities, night bars, ambushes, storms, defense, multistage operations. In addition to the plot there are separate scenarios and multiplayer.

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