Along the Mohawk
||(Win95/98/Me/XP) (Retail) (FIELDSFPR)
Released in the UK as Fields of
ESRB Rating: Everyone - Animated Violence
The French and Indian Wars that Made
Take up your musket or grab a tomahawk in this challenging
historical game where role-playing meets real-time strategy. Grow your
character through the American conflicts of the 1700's, learning new skills and
acquiring wealth and power, while managing real-time battles and looking after
your base, your resources, and your friends.
Set in 1757 on what is now the eastern American/Canadian
border, War along the Mohawk allows you to play your part in the titanic
struggle between the British and the French for the control of this region. You
lead your own hand-picked team in a series of somethimes daring, but always
dangerous, missions trying to cope with the many obstacles that the enemy will
place in your path.
Play as the British Forces or French and Indian
Opposition with more than 40 different characters to choose from, each with
their own strenths, skills, personality and unique speech.
Characters can buy or scavenge a multitude of different
weapons and items including; explosives, blunderbusses, mantraps and
Immersive real-time campaign structure includes 30+
missions for hours of gameplay.
Characters evolve over the course of the war gaining
new strengths and learning new skills
Strategies include negotiations with the enemies,
ambush attacks, bartering for weapons and equipment, and more.
Intelligent gameplay features an innovative resource
management system that incorporates a real-time evolving ecosystem affecting
the lifelihood of your characters.
Full Win95 and 98 application leading to easy game
set-up and play. Intuitive interface and mouse help ensure the player can
concentrate on the game-play and not the manual
Effective in-game tutorial and reference manual for
Multi-player capability either by 2 player serial-link,
head to head modem, 4 player IPX network or TCP/IP Internet connection
Altogether a more human way to command and conquer.
Windows 95/98/Me/XP, Pentium 100, 16 MB RAM, 2X
CDROM Drive, 65 MB hard disk space, 1 MB Video card capable of displaying 16
bit color or above, Microsoft compatible mouse.
Recommended: Pentium 133, 24 MB RAM, 4X CDROM Drive, 120 MB
hard disk space, 2 MB Video card capable of displaying 16 bit color or above,
Windows compatible sound card.
Tested OK on Windows XP.
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