Age of Wonders
Age of Wonders is an old Windows XP/98/95 fantasy strategy game, developed by Triumph Studios, designed by Lennart Sas, Arno van Wingerden and published by Gathering of Developers in 1999. Age of Wonders includes a level editor. Age of Wonders was turn-based strategy. Age of Wonders is also part of the Age of Wonders series.
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auto mapping, hex based, turn based, fantasy, level editor, isometric, multiplayer: PBEM (Play By E-Mail), multiplayer: Internet, multiplayer: LAN
What they thought about it
"Yes, Age of Wonders does remind us of such classics as HoMM, Master of Magic and Warlords III, but the game takes the best aspects of each of these and throws in its own modifications. With everything in the blender, Age of Wonders is a quality TBS and one that any fan of the fantasy genre should try. Age of Wonders will appeal to all the fans of fantasy TBS games of the past. Don't call it a clone until you check out the modifications the game offers. A nice addition to the strategy realm." - GameSpy (2001)
Downloads for Age of Wonders
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Player modes: single player, multiplayer (hotseat, Internet, LAN / local)
Input: keyboard, mouse
Distributed on: cd-rom, download
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- AbandonwareDOS - 04/02/2015 09:23This is one of my favourite games of all time. Really! At the time, I used to play listening to Starless and Bible Black (King Crimson). Now, everytime I listen to that song, I think about sieges, undead armies, elves, minotaurs, etc...
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