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In Age of Alexander the player takes the role of Alexander the Great during his famous campaign. The gameplay offers the usual real-time strategy formula: The player builds a settlement in which every building has a certain use, e.g. building more soldiers, defence measures or researching new weapons. He also needs to gather the two resources gold and ore which are needed for every such action. In this way he builds an army which he uses to march to the enemy and crush him.

The main character of each mission is Alexander himself. He has special abilities which can be upgraded over time. But the player has to be careful because the mission is lost if Alexander dies. The fights are not restricted to the land, the player can also build water units like ships. Overall there are no big battles like one could expect in a game like this but there is a strict limit for the number of units the player can have. This limit can be increased by conquering small settlements on the map. Another special feature is that the player can arm all units individually - even with weapons from dead enemies.


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Alternate Titles

  • ""Александр Македонский: История завоевания мира"" -- Russian spelling
  • ""Sparta 2: Alexander the Great"" -- Worldwide title

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GameStar (Germany) Feb 19, 2010 67 out of 100 67
GamingXP Mar 20, 2010 67 out of 100 67 Feb 17, 2010 58 out of 100 58
Gameswelt Feb 25, 2010 57 out of 100 57
spieletipps 2010 56 out of 100 56
Gamezone (Germany) Mar 17, 2010 5.3 out of 10 53 Feb 27, 2010 52 out of 100 52
Absolute Games ( Feb 18, 2009 40 out of 100 40


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Patrick Bregger (221203) added Age of Alexander (Windows) on May 30, 2010