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Although Genghis Khan may lack the graphical overkill of say Powermonger, it's undoubtedly an excellent product which kept me up till late hours more times than I care to mention. The challenge of the game is high as the opponents are no fools. They love to attack when you are at your weakest, opponent tactics are intelligent too. Unreservedly recommended.
Graphics and sound are adequate for a strategy game and any shortfalls they may have are more than compensated for by gameplay. A must for any wargamer or armchair General.
It's a very deep game with so many levels of strategy, so many variables that effect your decisions, and so much going on that you'll truly be in your element.
Auf spektakuläre Grafik, umfangreiche Sounduntermalung und eingestreute Actionszenen wurde hier völlig verzichtet, stattdessen gibt's Strategie pur - die aber mit allen Schikanen!
Amiga User International
Overall, the game is for serious strategists and the game unfolds over many hours, rather than just a few.