Download Warhammer: Mark of Chaos PC Game 2006

Download Warhammer: Mark of Chaos

Size to download: 6.99 GB. Version: V 2.fourteen

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Memory: 1 GB
Processor: Intel P4 / AMD Athlonxp
Storage: 8 GB
Graphics: 256 MB
OS: XP / Vista / 7/8/10
Year: 2006
Developer: Black Hole Entertainment
Version: V 2.fourteen

Warhammer: Mark of Chaos is a real-time strategy. The project refers to the original Universe of Warhammer and is made based on the board game. It is performed in the network of gloomy medieval fantasy. In this RTS there are 2 campaigns. Also present multiplayer.

V "Warhammer: Print chaos" It is impossible to disput the base. There is a global card, and there you can pass plot tasks, participate in secondary battles for the sake of more money and visit cities. Settlements make it possible to resurrect fallen soldiers or hire new fighters, equip a hero and his troops with a better quality equipment. You can buy potions, weapons, armor, battle banners, siege gear, horse animals. In battles you need to lead the detachments. They can count from 1 to 96 units, depending on their type. During the fights, morality is taken into account, so it is allowed to pay the remnants of enemy armies to flight. Heroic soldiers can pump out, use in different weapons, learn team, duel and combat, abilities, raise the morale allies. There are duels here. Two commander, having met on the battlefield, are able to stand in a special circle and start a deadly fight without intervening allies.

In Tytytle allow you to play for 4 races:

  • Hordes of Hositov - here include cults that they worship chaos by indivisible, Khorn and Nurglu;
  • The empires of people - in video game adaptation, it consists of troops Solestemark, Raiklanda and Nulna;
  • Schevena (they are scaven) - Clans of Eshin, Screir and Combat Lords, consisting of human solo;
  • High elves - presented with 3 fractions: shadow land, Ellarian, Principality Saferi.

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