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Warlords II Scenario Builder (DOS)

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After many fan requests, developer SSG released a Scenario Builder for the turn-based strategy game Warlords II. The separately sold program allows drawing custom-made lands with a comfortable map editor, as well as painting new unit and city icons with a crude graphics editor. You may change unit characteristics, create new items and edit almost any scenario text down to the city descriptions. However, the Scenario Builder won’t let you change terrain graphics or any game mechanics.

With the Scenario Builder come 24 new scenarios, many with new graphics sets, ranging from the conquest of medieval England to a jungle world to an invasion from outer space.

Installing the Scenario Builder automatically updates Warlords II to version 1.11, which includes some gameplay tweaks, most notably the slightly more flexible random map generator. Further improved versions of Warlords II and the Scenario Builder are bundled in the Warlords II Deluxe package.

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Warlords II Scenario Builder DOS ...and Ice World.
Warlords II Scenario Builder DOS The Scenario Builder adds 24 new scenarios to Warlords 2.
Warlords II Scenario Builder DOS City graphics are customizable, too.
Warlords II Scenario Builder DOS The Scenario Builder comes with two new terrain sets: Mudflats...

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  • File Library (Download several Warlords 2 maps in the Game Adjuncts section.)
-Chris (7365) added Warlords II Scenario Builder (DOS) on Jan 07, 2002