American Conquest Crack/Patch

American Conquest Did you ever fight a battle with 16,000 infantry, cavalry and artillery units, supported by warship fire - at once? Imagine dozens of these conflicts, fought in thrilling campaigns throughout the fascinating American history ? and you got American Conquest. The game spans the period from 1492 (Columbus's discovery of America) up to 1813 (development of the United States and their struggles against British hegemony). [CDV]

Download American Conquest Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 78 / 100
User rating
8.5
Downloads 1459
Genre Strategy, Real-Time, Historic, Command
Players 1-8
Company / Developer
cdv Software / GSC Game World

American Conquest reviews ( 4 )

RaminGray, May 7, 2016

very nice demo . good campaigned and scenario and the most UNIT i could trained in this game .but the processor must be very strong to show without lag. i think one of the best game based of history of U.S.A.

stiky2798, Mar 3, 2012

One of the best RTS games out there. Once you get the hang of the gameplay, you'll be pwning everything in sight. A few things that are absolutely fricking amazing is the fact you can play while editing a scenario, and the fact you can have THOUSANDS of troops on the battlefield at one time. Battles between 2000 British and Americans, attempting to reenact a Revolutionary War battle? Yes please.

Timberly, Jul 27, 2012

I was so very glad to see this game rated so highly, though surprised as well, because the learning curve is as steep as any game I can remember picking up for a first play since probably Civ 2 I would say. This is NOT Starcraft 2, it is not designed to be so intuitive that you can enact battles with a couple of group selections and A-clicks to stomp your opponent. This is a more deliberate, detailed, and ultimately, realistic and extremely convincing depiction of war on a large tactical scale. In this case, the wars ranged from Spanish conquests to American Indian Insurrections to the Revolutionary War; there's an incredible variety of campaigns available, it is endlessly replayable, and as though tons of high quality content weren't enough, each campaign comes complete with one of the most accurate and interesting historical prologues I could imagine for a historical wargame. Like historical wargaming? This is for you. Like RTS games and usually use at least a few keyboard hotkeys when playing one? This is most probably for you. Hated how slow Starcraft battles took to develop? This is most definitely not for you. This is one of the very few games I gave a '10' to simply because there's NOTHING wrong with it, it innovates in the genre, delivers what it promises plus a ton more, and does so beautifully.

Wumlsag, Feb 10, 2013

It's too bad this game is so obscure. I'd love to see another. Great strategy, thousands of troops at a time, realistic environments and fortification technques (but why aren't there walls? it really had potential there). I just wish the learning curve wasn't so steep and that the buildings had purpose in place of novelty as they sometimes do.