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STAR WARS Galactic Battlegrounds Saga Free Download Repacklab
STAR WARS Galactic Battlegrounds Saga Free Download Repacklab The destiny of a galaxy hangs in the balance, and you are in command! Lead the great armies of the Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones saga in intense real-time strategy clashes. Enter the fray as the Galactic Empire, Rebel Alliance, Wookies, Trade Federation, Gungans or Royal Naboo to determine the course of the Galactic Civil War. Expand the battlefield with the Clone Campaigns addon. Choose to play as the breakaway Confederacy of Independent Systems or the Galactic Republic in 14 missions based on characters, vehicles and locations from Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones. Execute campaigns over land, sea, and air in single-player campaigns, skirmishes, and multiplayer battles. Combat arenas extend from interstellar asteroids to epic ground battles to aquatic realms. SEXY GAMES
Deploy vast armies up to 200 units per side – that can include Bounty Hunters, Jedi, Droids, Wookiee Kat tanks and much more. Manage resources and upgradable technology into your strategy, such as Wookie ingenuity, advanced Gungan biotechnology and Jedi stamina. Create custom single or multiplayer campaigns featuring virtually any Star Wars units and settings with the Scenario Editor. Adding two new factions and campaigns. Later that year, both Galactic Battlegrounds and Clone Campaigns were released in a box set, Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds Saga. The games were built on the Genie engine, the same one used in Age of Empires and Age of Empires II. The game was built on the Genie Engine technology that was used to build the Age of Empires II game.
The player starts the game with a Command Center, a scout, and three workers (in a normal random map game) for whichever of the six original factions they choose. The player searches and gathers resources such as Food, Carbon, Nova Crystals, and Ore and then uses the resources in order to create new buildings, combat units, and workers. Food is used for low-end units and troopers, as well as the work force. Carbon is used in place of Wood in Age of Empires 2 for buildings and artillery. Nova Crystals create the more high-end units and can be gathered through getting special “holocrons” (similar to Relics in Age of Empires 2). Ore is used for defensive structures as well as the Gungan unique unit Fambaa. Star Wars: Battlefront 2 Classic 2005
The player can build separate units at separate buildings designed specifically for different types of units. The player can advance through the four Tech Levels by paying a certain amount of resources. When a player advances a Tech Level, more units, buildings, and upgrades become available. There are a total of seven military structures in the game. These are the Troop Center, the Shipyard, the Mech factory, the Jedi Temple or Sith Temple depending on the faction, the Heavy Weapons Factory, the Airbase, and the Fortress. The Troop center produces ‘cannon fodder’ early game units. These are the Grenadier, the Anti-Air trooper, the Mounted Trooper, and the ubiquitous Trooper. The Shipyard produces ships, these being the Frigate, the Destroyer, the Cruiser, and the Anti-Air Frigate.
Tutorial – The campaign sees the player assume the role of Chewbacca’s father, Attichitchuk. In this campaign, the player gradually learns the game’s play mechanics as Attichitchuk marshals a Wookiee army to force the Trade Federation off Alaris Prime. Trade Federation – The campaign has the player assume the role of OOM-9, a droid ground commander leading the Trade Federation’s actions during the blockade of Naboo in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace which includes a conquest of Theed city, the capital of Naboo. The campaign also features the movie’s ground battle between the Trade Federation and the Gungans but as an alternate history simulation wherein Darth Maul has killed Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi while Federation droid ships destroy the Naboo starfighters. Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series (All Episodes)
Gungans – The Gungan campaign begins millennia in the past as a sub-faction of Gungans under the command of Boss Gallo try to unite the other warring tribes under a single banner, then continues as the Gungans fight back against the Trade Federation invasion. It also features a bonus mission featuring The Phantom Menace’s climactic ground battle, and the Naboo’s assault against Trade Federation forces in Theed. Galactic Empire – The Imperial campaign begins just after the events of A New Hope, as Darth Vader personally leads the assault on the Rebels’ Massassi Ruins base and captures General Jan Dodonna. The rest of the campaign focuses on suppressing other Rebel bases, including a mission to protect an AT-AT prototype, with a cameo by The Empire Strikes Back character General Veers (a colonel in the mission).
each player can choose one of the available factions
At commencement of the game, each player can choose one of the available factions and will begin a typical game with a command center and a handful of workers. The idea of the game is to gather resources, build units and research technologies to ultimately conquer ones opponents. When a certain amount of resources have been stockpiled, they can be used to advance to the next technology level which opens up new construction and research options, as well as unlocking newer and upgraded units. If the game begins with the First Tech Level, each player is limited in what can be built. Aside from a few basic troopers who are fairly useless except as scouts, most construction options revolve around the player’s economy and getting that off the ground. Star Wars Pinball VR
Once 500 food has been stockpiled, the player will have the option to advance to the Second Tech Level. This will open up more buildings and units forming basic armies. 800 food and 200 nova will allow advancement to the Third Tech Level where combat can become truly three dimensional with the ability to construct air units. 1000 food and 800 nova will let the player then advance to the Fourth and final Tech level where expensive upgrades are available but the benefits they bring to one’s faction are often worth the excessive cost. Each worker unit which often takes the form of labor droids, Wookiees, or whatever suits the player’s faction, can be individually controlled by the player and they can be ordered to gather resources, construct buildings and even attack enemy units and buildings.
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Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Processor: 1.8 GHz Processor
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 7 (compatible with DirectX 9 recommended)
DirectX: Version 7.0
Storage: 886 MB available space
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