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In 14th century Europe the king of England lays claim to the French throne and thus begins the hundred year war. Take control of Jeanne la Pucelle "Joan of Arc" and her fellow commanders Jean de Nouillonpont, Etienne de Vignolles and Duke of Alencon as they fight the English to recapture France and keep King Edward III from taking the throne.

Joan of Arc can be described as an action role-playing game with some real-time strategy elements. Directly control Joan of Arc or one of the other commanders on missions that relive some of Joan of Arc's more important years in the war. This is the RPG side where you will combat the enemies one on one with some help from a few troops you pick up. Use combos (a series of mouse clicks like AA, AB, AAB etc.) to perform powerful attacks. Gain experience to level up and receive points to increase your stats as well as combo points to enhance your combos or learn new ones. You can switch between the four main characters anytime if they are in your group as they will gain experience and grow stronger also.

As you complete more missions and become more powerful you will be able to control armies to lay siege to castles. Switch to RTS mode (an overhead isometric view) and rally your troops to fight for you then switch back to RPG mode (a third person mode for melee and first person mode for range attacks) and fight in the heart of the battle. Assign troops to each of the four main commanders and switch back and forth between them during the battle. Build siege weapons to conquer castles to once again bring France back under control from England.


Wars and Warriors: Joan of Arc Windows Jean and her army in the action mode
Wars and Warriors: Joan of Arc Windows Even the pikemen are defenseless against me.
Wars and Warriors: Joan of Arc Windows Battleground (mission) map
Wars and Warriors: Joan of Arc Windows The first tank: heavy cavalry

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Wars and Warriors: Joan of Arc Screenshot
Wars and Warriors: Joan of Arc Screenshot
Wars and Warriors: Joan of Arc Render Siege armies used a battering ram to break down a gatehouse door or even smash a castle wall. The battering ram houses a framework in the form of a covered shed, in which a thick tree trunk was hung on chains suspended from a beam above. Carpenters would sharpen the trunk into a blunt point. The slow forward movement as the battering ram was wheeled toward the castle wall also earned it the nickname "tortoise." Troops swing the hanging trunk back and forth, and the forward end of the trunk moved in and out of the shed like a tortoise's head, battering its target.<br>Castle defenders can destroy the shed with explosive arrows while the siege troops cover the battering ram with animal pelts or rawhide for protection against fire.
Wars and Warriors: Joan of Arc Screenshot

Alternate Titles

  • "战争与勇士:圣女贞德" -- Chinese Title (Simplified)
  • "Жанна д'Арк" -- Russian Title
  • "Wars & Warriors: Jeanne D'Arc" -- French Title
  • "Wars and Warriors: Johanka z Arku" -- Czech Title
  • "Wars and Warriors: Joana d'Arc" -- Brazilian Title
  • "Wars and Warriors: Jeanne d'Arc" -- German Title
  • "Wars and Warriors: Giovanna D'Arco" -- Italian Title
  • "Juana de Arco" -- Spanish Title
  • "Joanna d'Arc" -- Polish Title

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User Reviews

A poor RTS, but a much better action RPG. qwertyuiop (32512) 3.14 Stars3.14 Stars3.14 Stars3.14 Stars3.14 Stars

Critic Reviews Mar 22, 2004 75 out of 100 75
Gameplay (Benelux) Apr, 2004 72 out of 100 72
PC Action Apr 05, 2004 69 out of 100 69
GameSpot (Belgium/Netherlands) Feb 24, 2004 64 out of 100 64
Withingames Mar 28, 2004 3 out of 5 60 Mar 10, 2004 6 out of 10 60 Mar 15, 2004 12 out of 20 60
PC Zone Benelux May, 2004 56 out of 100 56
Computer Gaming World (CGW) May, 2004 2.5 Stars2.5 Stars2.5 Stars2.5 Stars2.5 Stars 50
Absolute Games ( Apr 28, 2004 49 out of 100 49


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Stillman (7504) added Wars and Warriors: Joan of Arc (Windows) on Aug 01, 2004