Domination – risk clone

Domination is a risk clone.

In the classic ‘World Domination’ game of military strategy, you are battling to conquer the world. To win, you must launch daring attacks, defend yourself to all fronts, and sweep across vast continents with boldness and cunning.

The main game screen is where all the fun takes place. The map screen can be viewed in different ways and the views can be selected by clicking selected tabs.

Features include:

  • Various maps are available including:
    • Luca.
    • Crazy map.
    • Map of Europe and parts of Africa.
    • 2 Geographical Maps of the World.
    • Map from the game LOTR.
    • Map from an old risk game.
    • Map of Europe.
    • Roman Empire.
    • Map from TEG.
    • London Zone 1 Tube.
    • Alternative UK map.
  • Network play.
  • Single player mode.
  • Hotseat.

Website: domination.sourceforge.net
Support: FAQ
Developer: Yura Mamyrin, Christain Weiske, Mike Chaten and many others
License: GNU GPL

Domination

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