iConquer 4 Released
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story
KavaSoft has announced the release of iConquer 4, the lastest version of the game of world conquest for the Mac. The all-new iConquer 4 features high-definition maps of cities like New York, London and Paris, new AI computer adversaries, full screen mode, play-by-play game messages, and heads-up display windows.
From Brooklyn to Manhattan, Piccadilly to Westminster, and the Eiffel Tower to Notre-Dame, iConquer 4 lets you conquer world-class cities one neighborhood at a time. Crafted from over 50 megapixels of satellite imagery, maps feature exquisite detail and neighborhood borders with block-by-block precision.iConquer costs $35 (USD), and comes with a free 10-game trial. iConquer is available in English, German, French, Japanese, Italian and Dutch.
You can now play iConquer in full-screen mode. High-definition maps fill up the largest Cinema Displays. Transparent heads-up display windows can display armies, cards, statstics, continents and messages without obscuring the game map.
iConquer 4 features new computer player personalities with advanced artificial intelligence algorithms. The Axis of Evil players conspire to eliminate one enemy at a time. Hermit players fight for each continent, while xenophobic Homeland players defend their one homeland against outside invasion at all cost. The Phalanx player ravages the map with one roving band of mayhem, and the Librarian conquers the world one country at a time... alphabetically!
The new messages window gives you a play-by-play account of all the action in the game. As players fight for control of the map, the messages window reports every victory and defeat, when players are eliminated and when they conquer the world. iConquer also features network game play. Up to six people play against each other over the internet, and Bonjour networking makes connecting to other players on your local network easy.
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