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Meridian: Age of Invention

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Experience the wonder of discovery as you rebuild a crumbling kingdom in Meridian: Age of Invention, an innovative time and resource management game! To renovate rundown villages, you'll have to hire workers, scour for resources, repair infrastructure, provide food and other services, engage in trade and create machines that will make life easier for the people. To win a gold trophy on each level, you'll have to use your ingenuity to figure out the quickest way to gather resources and complete your other tasks.

As you travel through lush grasslands, arid deserts and a village built on the sea, your guide will be Professor Cardano, an eccentric but brilliant inventor. Along the way, you'll meet many other zany characters, all of whom have their own dreams you can make come true. Endlessly imaginative, visually stunning and accessible to players of every skill level, Meridian: Age of Invention will take you to a time and place you'll never want to leave!

Features:
* 55 levels
* 10 different tasks
* 10 unique characters
* Point-and-click controls
* Learn-as-you-play tutorial
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Developer
Mirball Games
Publisher
Alawar Entertainment
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://www.alawar.com/game/meridian-age-of-invention/

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
  • Processor: 1.2 GHz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 8.0 or later
  • DirectX: Version 8.0
  • Storage: 600 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: 1024x768 or higher resolution
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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

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Meridian: Age of Invention reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Spain
You have to like this type of games, I go great for a quick of rummy while studying. This one in particular is quite easy, but not therefore more bad than the others.
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Microsoft from French
excellent game, enough difficulties to toiler to have that gold medals, the characters are funny, not boring because the challenges are all different.... I love this game, it's 12 o'clock I play and it's not over, I highly recommend this game
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Meridian: Age of Invention ... Still has his Quirks, but is in itself a mature Game. It is worth its Price and worth an Option for Intermediate. However, If you expect an in-depth Story or an extensive Gameplay, other Titles should lead to Your Mind.
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Microsoft from Spain
The start game has its grace but when you advance several maps in the desert the game is ruined, and reinstalled looked if there were errors etc and tried more than a dozen reinstall and others and always at the end of the map gets caught a waste of money to A game you can't play. It's the first time something like this happens to me
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Microsoft from Spain
Good morning! In my opinion, this game should not cost more than €1 normally (after having played 27 levels). It Is very basic and monotonous, does not offer new challenges. Try to build or repair houses that are not livable, repair roads that are inaccessible, and finally collect minerals and money to build a different place (Mansion, Palace, botanical garden). In the first 2 levels not uncomfortable, but from the 3rd bored. I Expected more than one video game, however it reminded me of those mobile and Facebook mini-games. I Don't advise you at all.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
A very nice Time Management Game. A few Levels may be very hard and a few are very simple for it, but most Maps are challenging enough, but not really too demanding. That's already quite well done, a little more Balancing With time but would have been good to make the Game a Tick better. So it's just good, but not very good. Sound and Graphics are at normal Levels of all the cheap Games of this Kind. Quite ok, but by no means as good as the Hercules games, for example. The Controls are also quite neat, but sometimes it doesn't work properly with Clicking on a Building if you want to do something. For this, perhaps a few Of the Object Fields are set too close to each other. There mean I have 55 Levels like that. This is quite respectable and entertaining, even if the Story itself is rather just struggling to have a Theme. All in all, though, it's Fun to gamble the Game. And even though you just want to do one or two Maps, then you have turned 10 again. In The End Credits, a Successor is announced. I'm already looking forward to it. Fun: 7/10
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