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Posted 05 August 2013 - 05:26 PM

The time is 323 BC. A great ruler perishes after having amassed a vast empire the likes of which the world had rarely seen or would indeed see again. The opportunity so arises for you to carve out a good portion of it for yourself, in Ancient Warfare: Diadochoi Wars, a recently released Paul Bruffell game.

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Alexander the Great's death in 323 BC saw his empire torn apart by wars between his great, but destructively ambitious generals. These commanders were known as the Diadochoi (Successors). They initially included Ptolemy, Craterus, Seleucus, and Antigonus, but over time many more decided to join in the quest for the spoils of Alexander's conquests. The fighting between these former comrades was often savage and personal. Alliances and threats shifted over the almost 50 years of conflict, which ranged from Greece and Egypt to the far-flung frontiers of Bactria and the Indus.
 
From the remains of one of the largest empires the world had seen would emerge the three empires of the Hellenistic World, which would last until the rise of the Romans, and provide the birthplace of the modern western world.


As with all games in the Ancient Warfare Series, you have complete control in choosing your army, troop types, and weapons and armor then play them against the computer AI or a human opponent. Or play one of the many historical battles that are pre-placed and ready to run; how will you measure up to the men on the field that day?



Find out by visiting the official HPS Simulations site here.

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Posted 28 February 2014 - 12:43 PM

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Armchair General's Jim Cobb reviews Ancient Warfare: Diadochoi Wars.





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