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Stronghold HD Free Download Repacklab The original castle sim, Stronghold HD allows you to design, build and destroy historical castles. Engage in medieval warfare against the AI in one of two single player campaigns or online with up to 8 players. With 21 missions to test your mettle and four renegade lords to defeat, it is up to you to reunite medieval England and take back your lands from the treacherous Rat, Pig, Snake and Wolf. Missions range from breaking sieges and capturing enemy castles to raising gold and holding off enemy attacks. Also featured is a full economic campaign, tasking players to gather resources and build weapons within the time limit. Wield greater control over your army than ever before with new high resolution graphics! Repacklab.com sexy games
The new HD battlefield view allows you to zoom out and play in real-time, with the whole map on one screen. Advance on the castle gates while flanking the enemy from behind, feign retreat and lead your foe into a deadly trap or just sit back and watch the destruction unfold. Design and build your very own castle, complete with a working economy and brutal killing zones. Battle through 21 story-based missions as you drive back the villainous Wolf and reclaim medieval England. Build your dream castle in the combat-free economic campaign or besiege historical castles in Siege That!. view the entire battlefield on a single screen with support for new HD resolutions. Take your castle wherever you go with Steam Cloud support for saved games. Play the original game on Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10 with added compatibility.
In Stronghold, the player takes the role of a lord in a medieval kingdom. The goal is to create a stable economy and a strong military to defend against invaders, destroy enemy castles, and accomplish various mission objectives. Stronghold contains several modes of gameplay, with both combat and economic missions. The main game mode is the military campaign, which is based upon a map of England and Wales. The backstory to the campaign explains that the king was captured and held for ransom while invading a neighboring barbarian kingdom. Four lords take control of the kingdom, dividing it into their personal territories. The player is represented by a young, inexperienced commander whose father is killed in an ambush by one of the villains. Stronghold Crusader HD
He is helped by two lords who remain loyal to the king. The player must regain control of the kingdom by reconquering counties from rival lords one by one. The player has to defeat each of the four lords in the campaign, receiving help from the king once he has been successfully ransomed mid-game. An economic campaign is set after the main campaign in which the player reconstructs parts of the kingdom. The player is given goals to complete against a variety of obstacles, such as bandits and fire. Other game modes are single-mission combat and economic scenarios, where the player has to complete either military or economic goals. A siege mode is also included in the game, where the player may attack or defend several historical castles.
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Stronghold does not use a rock paper scissors system for game balance, instead opting for a “soft-counter” system. Combat in Stronghold is based on a strength and hit point system. There are a variety of unit types in the game, with each successive unit being stronger, and hence more expensive, than the preceding unit, in general. Even though the expensive units are stronger in combat, all units have abilities that are necessary to defend the castle, both melee units (such as the basic spearman and the stronger swordsman), and ranged units (such as archers). The game also contains support troops such as engineers, who provide additional combat options such as constructing siege engines. Unlike some other strategy games there are no counters for units, and units do not take up space. Stronghold Crusader 2
allowing them to overlap each other. Several non-combat characters can fight against enemy units, although most have no ability to fight. Injured soldiers remain injured for the rest of the game—there is no healing system—and since the lord is the central figurehead of the player’s kingdom, despite being a powerful fighter, the game is automatically lost if he dies. Fire plays a main role in the Stronghold storyline, as in certain missions, igniting pitch is almost necessary for survival. There are also certain trigger events that can start fires. Fires spread very quickly, and a flaming building can ignite people or other buildings. Fires will only go out if all sources of fuel are consumed, or if the fire itself is extinguished by fire watches. Fires can spread over small boundaries of water.
Stronghold is an isometric sim game that involves building a castle and managing a castle economy, while keeping it safe from attacks of adversaries and other random events. The objective of the player is usually to best other enemies by killing their main unit, the Lord. Players can build various structures that have different purposes, such as extracting/processing resources, crafting weapons and acting as a means of defense. Buildings cost resources that are immediately deducted upon siting. Weapon workshops supply the army with weapons that can be consumed by recruiting units at the barracks. Players must always keep an eye on their peasant influx by managing their popularity. On the battlefield, units can engage each other in melee, or from range. Stronghold Warlords
Foot units usually take equipment and gold to recruit, however siege engines and some utility units take only gold. Units can also attack structures, however this task is best left to siege engines that have to be constructed and manned by engineers first. Units can also scale walls and towers to gain bonus range and damage reduction to projectiles coming from below. In most RTS games, fire appears on buildings as an indicator of damage; for example, if a building is damaged enough it might catch fire, though it may not necessarily sustain damage from that fire. In some games, such as StarCraft, some buildings damaged to a certain extent will catch fire and continue to take damage from it until they are repaired or the fire destroys them.
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Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7/8/10
Processor: 1.6GHz equivalent Intel or AMD processor
Memory: 512MB RAM
Video: 64MB video card with hardware Transform & Lighting
Hard Drive: 2.5GB uncompressed free space
Sound: DirectX 7 compatible sound card or higher
Direct X: DirectX 9.0c (included) or higher
Multiplayer: GameRanger software will be installed for mutiplayer matchmaking support
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