Majesty: The Northern Expansion

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Majesty: The Northern Expansion
Basic Information
Video Game
Cyberlore Studios
Infogrames, Linux Game Publishing
Real-time Strategy
Keyboard, Mouse
GNU/Linux and Microsoft Windows
Retail Features
This title has been rated E by the ESRBThis title has been rated 12+ by the USK
Main Credits
Jim DuBois
United Nations International Release Date(s)
GNU/Linux and Microsoft Windows
March 232001
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Majesty: The Northern Expansion is an expansion pack to the real-time strategy game Majesty: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim. It was developed by Cyberlore Studios and published by MicroProse for Windows in 2001. In January, 2002. Majesty Gold Edition was released for Windows bundling Majesty and The Northern Expansion. Linux Game Publishing released a Linux port of Majesty Gold Edition in April, 2003. A sequel, Majesty Legends, was planned, but never officially released. The developer, Cyberlore studios, cited the lack of a producer as the reason. A new sequel Majesty 2: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim has been released by 1C Company.

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Majesty: The Northern Expansion is generally seen as a fine sequel to the critically acclaimed Majesty. It features new unit abilities, buildings, monsters, and twelve new single player scenarios (two of which are in a new "Master" level). Freestyle play is also available and includes new features including those present in the single player quests.

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