Tashanna pointed out this new game to me that I though was interesting. I have never heard of the developer HeroCraft before so I though I would check it out. Sadly it seems that HeroCraft does not offer trials for any of their games. On the other hand the game looks very cool and is designed like a Sid Meier game. Looks kind of like Civilization with robots…The game is pricey at $16.96 so if anybody has tried Revival or any other HeroCraft game let us know.
Revival Deluxe is a colossal and tremendous adventure where you play the main role – you create the history of the world! Powerful empires are created from scratch there, prosperous states are falling down suddenly, the science degrades and rises again, fierce wars never end, running into milliards capitals are earned and lost in the twinkling of an eye. Here you can truly enjoy the absolute power, endure the eternal battle for a place in the sun.
Everyone will find there amusement suitable to his own taste: you can explore huge continents and even whole planets, build towns, develop the science and study new technologies, maintain the economic balance and start a bloody expansion to capture the Universe. Who will you be – the invincible general or the inborn diplomat, the talented economist or the smart politician? You can choose your destiny.
Revival Deluxe – for how many years will you make savage barbarians to construct a spaceship?
- Game designed in the tradition of Sid Meier’s “Civilization”.
- Immense game space for war or peaceful development: 10 planets and 34 continents.
- The widest tactical variety: 4 types of town, 21 types of military unit, 25 types of town building, 27 types of terrain.
- Scenario campaign consists of new 9 main missions with 40 intermediate missions.
- Excellent artificial intellect, adjustable difficulty level, up to 7 non-player opponents.
- All the features of turn-based strategy are included: mining resources, building of towns and development of science, land and sea battles, experience and upgrades.
- New improved graphics and music