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Knights and Merchants: The Shattered Kingdom

Knights and Merchants: The Shattered Kingdom

Knights and Merchants: The Shattered Kingdom (K&M) is a medieval-time based real-time strategy game.

Knights and Merchants recreates a fictitious kingdom in the era of the Middle Ages. All game elements and scenes are based on the Anglo-Saxon period, of around 1200 A.D. You the player takes on the role of a captain in the kings army. A conspiracy against the king catapults you into a situation where you find yourself responsible for the defense of the last royal province. Earn Royal favour by taking back the renegade provinces and crushing the rebellious lords.

Knights and Merchants: The Shattered Kingdom has a single player campaign that consists of 20 scenarios with scenario length ranging from around 30 minutes up to 7 hours depending on its difficulty.

 Knights and Merchants

Price
£23.00

Developer
Joymania Entertainment
Publisher (Linux Game Publishing)

Website
linuxgamepublishing.com

Requirements
CPU: 400 MHz x86
Memory: 200MB
Disk Space: 450 MB
CD Rom
Graphics card with 16 MB video memory
OSS or ALSA Compatible sound card

Linux kernel 2.2.x or later with glibc-2.1 or later and X-Windows (XFree86 3.3.5 or later)

Support:
Manual

Selected Reviews:
IGN

Features include:

  • Complex Economy with a large range of resources
  • Multiplayer mode for up to 6 players using IPX, TCP/IP or modem
  • 10 different scenarios

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