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DescriptionAfter battling through the Age of Empires, it is time to go deeper into the history of mankind, and play in the Ancient cities of the true gods.
Choose your scenario from three, the ancient Greeks, the Norse or the Egyptians, and build your new world into a true kingdom fitting for the Gods that you follow. But be wary of the evil that lives around your kingdom, as they wish to destroy you and your God.
Many elements of the Age of Empires series feature here, including the many economic options, an epic battle system and random maps. New to the series is a full 3D graphics engine, increasing the level of detail to include certain weather effects and the ability to play during any time of the day or night.
During battle, you have the ability to not only lead an army full of hundreds of warriors and mythological creatures of all types, but you can also call on your God to lend a helping hand for a short period of time.
Multiplayer maps are also included, allowing all-on-all or ally battles.
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The Press Says
Board gameThe game was adapted into a 2003 boardgame of the same name published by Eagle Games.
CodeAge of Mythology has over three million lines of code.
EngineThis is the first game in the Age series, developed by Ensemble, to use a 3D engine.
Mountain giantThe mountain giant unit has a unique, little-known special attack – it can kick dwarves like soccer balls.
SalesIn 2003, Age of Mythology won the Gold-Award from the German VUD (Verband der Unterhaltungssoftware Deutschland - Entertainment Software Association Germany) for selling more then 100,000 (but less then 200,000) units in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
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Kartanym (10785) added Age of Mythology (Windows) on Nov 03, 2002
Other platforms contributed by Corn Popper (69533)
Jeffrey Nicholas Brown, Joseph D. Gillum, Jerome K. Jones, Mike Kidd, David Leary, Karen McMullan, Greg Street, Karen SwansonLead Music and Sound:
Paul D. Bettner, Mike Coker, Stephane Duguay, John Evanson, Gage R. Galinger, Byron Wade Goodman, Richard Gyger, Bill Jackson, Bellal Khan, Angelo Laudon, Shawn Lohstroh, Herb Marselas