Abandonware DOS title


Conqueror is an abandoned vehicle simulation game designed by Jonathan Griffiths - David Braben - Chris Sawyer, developed by Rainbow Arts and released by Rainbow Arts in 1990. Conqueror runs on DOS. Conqueror is part of the Virus game series.
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Conqueror review

Zero Magazine Issue 05 (1990): "Strategy games are great. Arcade games are great. Strategy/arcade games are greater. Conqueror has tried to make an effort to combine these lovely genres, but the resulting strategy is too flimsy and the arcade action is too unwieldy, and there's no happy balance between the two. There's not enough to satisfy either types of gameplayer. A prime objective like an enemy base to invade, or a variety of opponents (things like planes, helicopters or ground troops for instance) would have made a more interesting and playable game."


Additional info about Conqueror

Status: abandonware
Input: keyboard, mouse, joystick
Distributed on: 5,25 floppy disk
Abandonware DOS views: 6876
Series: Conqueror is part of the Virus series.


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