Help Eeppo free their homeland Harmonia through 16 engaging scenarios and 10 unique enemies. Eeppo is a mouse driven action strategy game, where you guide armies of little creatures call Eeppo to their freedom. Eeppo is fun for everyone.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
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Description: Help Eeppo free their homeland Harmonia through 16 engaging scenarios. Eeppo is a mouse driven action strategy game, where you guide armies of little creatures call Eeppo to their freedom. Eeppo need your wits to help them overcome obstacles in their quest for freedom.
Eeppo live in a place call Harmonia. One-day enemies came and invaded their home, took over their land and made them slaves. From the hardship, their numbers were reduced greatly and their home had been desecrated. They are in the brink of extinction.
With the Eeppo Guardian Spirit, you can guide them to dispose their home of enemies and take back what’s theirs. Work together to accomplish these goals.
Eeppo is fun for everyone. Simple mouse driven control allows even beginner to videogame to easily pick up the game and have fun without any hassle. A built in hint system, will teach you about the game as you play.
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