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Empire Earth

Empire Earth is an Windows XP/98/95 strategy game, developed by Stainless Steel Studios, designed by Rick Goodman and published by Sierra On-Line in 2001.
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4.15 / 5.00 (86 votes)

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An expansion pack was developed by Mad Doc Software called Empire Earth: The Art of Conquest, which was released on September 17, 2002. It added new features such as a special power for each civilization, and a new 15th epoch, entitled the Space Age, which focuses on the colonization of space planets.

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  • AbandonwareDOS - 24/10/2021 08:18
    Thank you James, I just changed the developer.
  • James - 23/10/2021 22:43
    This game was developed by Stainless Steel Studios, not Stainless Games who made Carmageddon.
  • Sir_Dolph - 21/07/2021 11:31
    I absolutely loved this game back in the early 2000's.

    Back when the only PC in the house was the family computer and my time was limited to two hours a day for schoolwork and gaming. Suffice to say I used the school computers for actual work, and played this my whole two hour allowance at home.

    I always specialized my army to be ranged/artillery heavy so I could expand and defend as I went. Definitely worth a playthrough if you can get it on Steam/GOG for a few bucks.
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