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Cossacks: European Wars ( PC ) ( BIG BOX )

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Cossacks European Wars is a real time strategy (RTS) wargame based in the 17th and 18th Centuries. Emphasis is placed on historical accuracy, and an excellent manual and on disc manual accompanies the game.

Using a fixed isometric view, you build towns and fortresses and deploy your troops and cavalry in the usual RTS manner. There is resource management in the form of chopping wood, fishing and mining.

Although entitled Cossacks... the game actually allows you to play under the flag of a wide range of European nations. Each having its own building designs, separate troops and specialist troops and weapons.

Naval battles are included as are invasions via ships across oceans and wide rivers.

There is a method of grouping and controlling your troops in the fixed formations common to the period depicted. Up to 8,000 individual units can be active on screen, so the scale of battles is immense.

Single player, set campaigns, random maps and Multiplayer supported.

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Published by CDV Software Entertainment AG Developed by GSC Game World Released 30.03.2001 Platform Windows Genre Strategy Perspective Isometric Non-Sport Historical Battle (specific/exact), Real-Time

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Condition Good
Case / Box Good, Light Scuffs, Creased
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