Chariots of War

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Chariots of War
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Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
[[Slitherine Software
Paradox Interactive]][[Category:Slitherine Software
Paradox Interactive]]
[[Strategy First]][[Category:Strategy First]]
Turn-based strategy, Real-time tactics
CD (1)
Keyboard, mouse
Microsoft Windows
Ratings
PEGI: 12+
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Chariots of War is an isometric 3-D strategy game, developed by Slitherine Software and Paradox Interactive, and published by Strategy First. It was released in the United States in 2003.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

The strategic layer of Chariots of War is turn-based, though unlike Civilization, the focus is almost entirely on real-time tactical combat. The game is similar to Slitherine's earlier strategy game Legion, and uses the same graphics engine.

There are 58 different civilizations to play. For Example:

There are nine different resources to collect, which are used to construct buildings and units. While trade and diplomacy do feature in the game, they are of lesser importance, as conquest is the only way to attain victory.

The battles themselves take place on a separate deployment screen. The player's forces are positioned across one third of the battlefield, and the player alters their formations and gives certain orders. The actual fighting is automated, so the initial orders are the only input in the battle until it is over.

There are both campaign and non-campaign modes of play.

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