Empires Online is a free multiplayer online strategy game that combines fantasy and strategy in battle for territory and resources. Human and wizards coexist in this continent, every player controls a kingdom, striving for power and glory.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Description: Empire Online II is a free online multi-player strategy game. In this game, you are a young monarch, must use production, construction, wars, diplomacy and all possible means to protect the country. You will be able to decide the country's destiny: suffers bullying, or gains a prominent reputation.
All monarchs online are real and ambitious players just like you, and you can fight enemies, form alliances, or support friend with endless stream of goods and armies. Human and wizards coexist in this continent, as a monarch, you may have castles with different races. Extremely powerful creatures, such as golden knights, green dragons, and polar titans will fight for you.
The time system of this game simulates the real world, it means that you may need a few months time to develop your empire, may also have to spend many days to gather armies, but all these are worthy, because it will give you the game play with unparalleled realism. Fortunately, even if you are offline, You loyal subjects still continue to produce resources for you, your heroes and armies won't stop the war too. Conquer or die, you have no other choice!
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