Abandonware DOS title

Castles 2: Siege and Conquest

Castles 2: Siege and Conquest is base building strategy game set in Europe developed by Quicksilver Software and released by Interplay Productions in 1992. Castles 2: Siege and Conquest runs on DOS, Mac OS. Castles 2: Siege and Conquest is part of the Castles game series.
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NOT abandonware
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Platforms
DOS, Mac OS
Rating
4.16 / 5.00 (56 votes)

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Castles 2: Siege and Conquest review

Electronic Games (1994): "Build a medieval dominion, unite the territories of the kingdom, defeat your foes, and gain a crown. Castles II: Siege & Conquest turns this simple formula for kingly success into a complex simulation of medieval monarchy and the challenges of empire. It plunges the player into a feudal society in which might doesn't quite make right; it takes mastering the intricacies of administration against a background of societal inequities to make everything come out right.
Some players were disappointed with the original Castles. It wasn’t that the execution of the entertainment was at fault; players simply wanted and expected more than was there. Castles II on CD adds the levels of complexity needed to turn a good game into a great multimedia experience."

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Additional info about Castles 2: Siege and Conquest

Status: NOT abandonware
Input: keyboard, mouse
Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, 5,25 floppy disk, cd-rom
Abandonware DOS views: 10152
Series: Castles 2: Siege and Conquest is part of the Castles series.

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