Projects / iConquer


iConquer is an addictive game of world conquest, played by 1 to 6 players. The object of the game is to conquer the world by occupying all 42 countries on the map. It features artificial intelligence algorithms to set the player up against formidable computer opponents with six AI "personalities" to choose from. It also supports network play, a powerful help system with detailed information on each stage of the game along with tips and strategies, customizable strategy play, and gorgeous graphics.

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Recent releases

  •  30 Mar 2003 12:25

    Release Notes: This release adds plugin support for custom maps and personalities. Network play was vastly improved. Many new network-related features were added. Japanese, Icelandic, Norwegian, Portuguese, and Spanish translations were introduced.

    •  08 Feb 2003 09:40

      Release Notes: This version fixes bugs where the program would hang when opening a saved game or undoing a turn, a problem where the animation speed was reset when starting a new game, and some issues with the contextual menu when placing armies. Players can now turn in cards after placing armies and before attacking, can advance armies after eliminating another player and before turning in cards, and can turn in two sets of cards if two of the cards are wild cards. Support for Dutch and Italian were also added.

      •  01 Jan 2003 16:49

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

        Recent comments

        31 Mar 2003 21:53 sugeek

        I didn't think that the game was a bit to easy to beat. I have had some success with setting everybody to unpredictable, and a few on cheater. More computer players! Then again I have been playing risk since the mac plus was new on the computer. Just a thought good reproduction.


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