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[PC] Crasleen: Drums of War

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[PC] Crasleen: Drums of War

Unread postby dinopoke » 02 Mar 2013 15:49








Dark times came for Crasleen – The Horde had risen from the graves of the dead and had besieged the once impregnable city walls. Defense of the city is weakening day by day, and only a miracle can save the people in it from total destruction…

Player assumes the role of the hero-leader. On the campaign the Player’s army replenishes various mercenaries and unique characters. By participating in the battles, all of the characters become more experienced and get stronger. Player hires new recruits, buys potions and distributes artifacts obtained in battles between fights.

In addition to these characteristics and the ability to fight enemies, there is an account side where to deliver a blow, the type of vision and time of day. The interactive environment provides additional space for tactics: trees can be turned into allies-ents, burned or just cut down, barrels can block the way, and part of the river may be frozen into ice for moving to the other side…

- 2 campaigns from 30 missions each;
- 4 available to race, 50 kinds of characters;
- An interactive environment;
- Attack castles with scaling ladders and catapults;
- The ability to play for two players on one computer. ... mo-version

Vlad Konung wrote:Good news! There is a demo version of turn-based tactical strategy game «Crasleen: Drums of War».
In the demo-version there are 4 missions for orc Tharshan and multiplayers (hotseat). The game supports English and Russian languages. Please, leave your comments here or on the forum of the official game site.

Coming Mar 31, 2013

Demo (40.8 MB)

23/11/2012 Video:

16/12/2012 Video:

Beta Trailer:
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Unread postby icycalm » 02 Mar 2013 15:58

Game looks cool! I am gonna play this demo and report back.
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Unread postby icycalm » 02 Mar 2013 16:04

Really pretty too. Minimalist environments, but solid, charming spritework. I'll be extremely surprised however if the atmosphere of the campaign is any good. Westerners just can't seem to nail it in this type of game.
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