LordsAWar! (Windows)

LordsAWar! Windows Main menu screen.

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LordsAWar! is a free, open source, cross-platform remake of the turn-based strategy game Warlords II. As in that game, up to eight players can vie for supremacy in a medieval fantasy world, raising armies, conquering cities and employing the aid of mighty heroes.

LordsAWar! features hot seat and network multiplayer games, as well as computer-controlled opponents for single player and hot seat sessions. In addition to several pre-designed scenarios, there is a random map generator. Also included is a map editor, allowing the players to create and share their own scenarios.

While LordsAWar! incorporates many gameplay and design aspects of Warlords II, it is not an engine recreation and as such is not compatible with scenarios or other data from Warlords II. All graphics, scenarios and other assets in LordsAWar! are completely original content.

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LordsAWar! Windows The game also includes an alternate tileset based on graphics from <moby game="Battle for Wesnoth">The Battle for Wesnoth</moby>.
LordsAWar! Windows <i>LordsAWar!</i> includes an easy-to-use scenario editor.
LordsAWar! Windows Scenarios can be played with the map fully explored at the start of the game. This way it is possible to observe the movements of other players.
LordsAWar! Windows Random map generation screen. All parameters can be either set manually or randomized.

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MrFlibble (10411) added LordsAWar! (Windows) on Jan 05, 2016
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