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[iOS] Free - Warlords Classic Strateg‪y (Amiga port) (was $7.99) - Apple Store


Another freebie for your iOS devices.

From the website:

The game you've played in your childhood!

Warlords Classic is an official port of the fabulous game you have been playing in your childhood on PC, Mac or Amiga computers. Now it's available on your iPad and iPhone! Enjoy old-school graphics, old-time map and factions! Recall great memories!

• 15 maps: Illuria, Krilantis, Erythea, Isladia, Reldaria, Dragon Realms, Hadesha, Eneria, Hand of Fate, Arthurian Britain and more…

• Multiplayer via Game Center is available now

Join us on FaceBook: http://www.facebook.com/WarlordsGame

Join the war to conquer Illuria in this classic war lords fantasy strategy game. Choose any combination of up to eight humans and AI players to be battled for control on the map.

The mission is simple – you should eliminate the other sides by capturing their cities. But victory is never easy - it can only be achieved by building massive armies, training and equipping mighty heroes, befriending legendary allies, and exploring the deep dark secrets hidden within Illuria's ruins.

So make your choice! Will you lead the Sirian Knights, the Gray Dwarves, the Storm Giants, the Orcs of Kor, the Elves of Elvallie, the Horse Lords, the mysterious Selentine Empire or the evil Lord Bane? Whomever you choose, fortune and glory await you!

Detailed User Manual is included. We strongly recommend you to read it through carefully to refresh your memories and know about a few differences between this version and original game.


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closed Comments

  • +1 vote

    Warlords on the Amiga was, for its day, truly amazing graphically and in terms of gameplay.

  • +1 vote

    Man, I used to love this game. I don’t know if playing it now would kill my nostalgia for it though…

  • +3 votes

    Full of IAP, nothing like the old Amiga days

  • +1 vote

    Great game. The only argument I've seen to switch to IOS.


    Loved the whole series, even when it went from turn-based to realtime.