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Fantasy Wars

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Fantasy Wars
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Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
Ino-Co
1C Compan, Nobilis France
GamersGateParadox InteractiveAtari
Turn-based Tactics
Microsoft Windows
Retail Features
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United Nations International Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
October 22007
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Fantasy Wars (Russian: Кодекс Войны; formerly Mythic Wars) is a fantasy turn-based tactical computer game developed by Ino-Co and published by 1C Company. The game was released through GamersGate on October 2, 2007.[1] Fantasy Wars features four playable races (humans, orcs, elves and dwarves). The single-player story includes three campaigns, taking place over a series of tactical hex maps.[2] The game uses a 3D game engine and includes role-playing gameplay features such as experience points and skills.

Fantasy Wars is distributed electronically by GamersGate and GOG and is published in Europe by Nobilis France.[3] The game is distributed in Scandinavia by Paradox Interactive[4] and in North America by Atari.[5]

In April 2008, Paradox Interactive announced a sequel to Fantasy Wars entitled Elven Legacy. Elven Legacy is developed by 1C:Ino-Co[6] and was released in April 2009.[7]

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