Rise & Fall: Civilizations at War Crack/Patch

Rise & Fall: Civilizations at War Rise & Fall: Civilizations at War is the latest creation from award-winning developer Stainless Steel Studios and renowned game designer Rick Goodman. Rise & Fall: Civilizations at War is a detailed real-time strategy game that lets players completely command one of the four mightiest empires of the ancient world: Greece, Rome, Egypt, and Persia. Rise & Fall allows players to fight alongside their troops as one of history's eight greatest heroes, and bring victory to their nation on the battlefield. [Midway]

Download Rise & Fall: Civilizations at War Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 66 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1234
Genre Strategy, Real-Time, Historic, General
Players 8 Online
Company / Developer
Midway / Midway, Stainless Steel Studios

Rise & Fall: Civilizations at War reviews ( 4 )

hererov, Feb 12, 2014

Отличная RTS. Была закидана гавном из-за своей простоты. В мультиплеере просто восхитительна. Волшебный редактор карт. Одна из самых недооценённых игр.

JonasHøiberg, Mar 16, 2008

Whilst being no fan of either pre-medieval FPS's or RTS's, this game seems to somehow entertain me. The concept of building a base in god-mode and afterwards be allowed to experience the world, and act as a direct leader of your troops, makes this game great, and furthermore strikes down on something I, for one, have wanted to see since Red Alert 1.

llamayarmybar, Sep 15, 2013

Its actually solid, patch the game up to 1.15 beta and it proves that midway or perhaps ex-steel studios employees clearly wanted to attempt to fix the initial release issues. In fact, with just how simple the economy system is, you get a lot of time to experiment with unit mixes, formations and literally leading massive armies against eachother. Its even thrilling at times, aside from the occasional glitches, the sound design is great. Hearing my Cavalry dash towards the unsuspecting group of Swordsmen is actually exciting, and the actual combat works as intended as well. Units do counter units, you can't just build archers and beat the A.I.- they'll get pummeled by everything else on the battlefield. The last minute, HEROES are not as obnoxious as some reviewers tend to make them out to be and really they get killed off quite easily so their not a constant. Its all about balancing your army and their have been moments where I've been locked in enormous stalemates with other players holding their own. Like a giant clash of hundreds of units all slowly killing eachother. At times its brilliantly designed and other times things just don't work. Its a pity steel studios is gone now, as this was their swansong and a nice mix between several of their old titles. Its really a very simple game with a solid combat system with a few niggling mechanics that just never worked. Still- it plays very well, the engine is pretty solid, the physics are great, and the whole thing makes you feel like you're really in a massive battle at all times.

PaulC., Jul 7, 2006

Played ok for an hour until I realised that Starforce drivers had somehow stopped the file sharing from my second hard disk (perfectly legal I might add) and fubar'd by DVD writer (Half the writing modes missing as options in Nero) Luckily you have the option of uninstalling the drivers from the Start Menu - (which is something I suppose) - though obviously you can't then play the game So despite it being a reasonable game, changing my entire PC just to play it isn't an option. Game gave me £12 for it 2'nd hand..It's in the rack now - Broad Street Worcester - they're charging £20 for it. If you are more forgiving and don't mind a third party piece of invasionware controlling your PC , pop along and buy it.