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Seven Kingdoms 2 HD

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Seven Kingdoms 2 is an award-winning classic real-time strategy game of intrigue and diplomacy, of trade and industry, of betrayal, espionage and conquest.
Take control of any of twelve emerging Human civilizations: Egyptian, Indian, Persian, Chinese, Japanese, Mongol, Greek, Roman, Carthaginian, Norman, Viking or Celt.
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Unique gameplay that is not just about gathering resources, amassing a big army and attacking enemies.
An incredible blend of city management, trade, industry, espionage, diplomacy and conquest.
You can either fight or buy your way to victory.
Play as Humans or Fryhtans
12 Ancient Human Kingdoms, including Egyptian, Indian, Persian, Chinese, Japanese, Mongol, Greek, Roman, Carthaginian, Norman, Viking or Celt.
7 Fearful Fryhtan Species and their Special Units & Powers
12 Powerful Gods and Goddesses
Heroes to hire for each of the 12 human civilizations
Build Industries & Trading Routes
Intriguing espionage actions, including agitation, counter-spy, information theft, bribing, assassination, technology theft, and camouflage.
Conduct Subtle Diplomacy or Flagrantly Break Treaties
A Random Campaign Generator with role playing elements. New Features of the HD version:HD support – Support screen resolutions up to 1920x1080.
Large map mode which is 4 times as large as the original map, opening up new strategy possibilities.
14 high quality music tracks
Improved gameplay balance
Enhanced shortcut key support

Release date
Enlight Software
Enlight Software
Age rating
13+ Teen

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows® 2000/XP/Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • Processor: 1 GHz CPU or above
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX9 compatible
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 650 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible
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Seven Kingdoms II is one of those Games I grew up with, so to speak. So The actual Game time is much higher than my Steam profile says. To the Game: Seven Kingdoms II is a Real-time strategy game with up to six Opponents (nomen est omen). The Degree of difficulty can be adjusted individually on the basis of a Variety of Parameters, for example, the own seed capital, the enemy seed capital, the available Raw Material deposits and much more can be adjusted and adjusted before the Start of The game, so that also Subs can easily start the Game. Each of the Civilizations and Monster Breeds has its own Units and Abilities to use to get rid of the More or less numerous Competitors around the randomly generated area. The Fryhtans play themselves in a much different way from the human Empires, since not only Gold, but also Life energy is needed here, which can be obtained in style by the Mutiny of living Beings. Lucrative Sources of Income are the Enslavement of villages and the (automatic) looting of killed opponents, but with Skill it is also possible to enter into the Trade in ' normal ' Goods. As a human Ruler, one tries to gain as much access as possible to one of the Raw Materials in order to produce products from it, which can then be sold with strong Profit to both one's own Population and to the Competitors. With the Gold, Soldiers can be trained and Recruited, Buildings and Artifacts bought and, should a spy of his own be introduced into an enemy stronghold, opposing soldiers can also be recruited as Spies. It should not be forgotten, however, that the Kingdom also needs enough Peasants to feed through all the struggling, researching, degrading and otherwise employed Subjects. Competitors can be done in a variety of ways: ' Classical ' with Armies, diplomatically (E.g. by Buying the Kingdom), or by Espionage. A few targeted Assassinations, taking over a fortress here, causing a diplomatic Incident there-hardly anything is more satisfying than inciting the two most Troublesome adversaries against each other and using the Chaos to advance one's own Interests. Seven Kingdoms II offers a high Replayability due to the Randomly generated maps, the also randomly generated campaign and the numerous available Civilizations and Frame Rain. The only Bug I can remember was finding the Units away, sometimes hanging from obstacles such as Mountains. This can be remedied by manually Conducting your own Units, but is a bit of a risk for Caravans (which automatically migrate between markets) and very central Obstacles. Now fixed in the HD version. I therefore definitely recommend buying, both for Fans of the Genre and for those who want to become one. I haven't found a Strategy Game so far, which has been able to combine all these Aspects even remotely as well.
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