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Back to News Listing Tin Soldiers: Alexander The Great Now Available!

Posted: Friday, October 8, 2004 by Matrix Support

Type: News

The World’s Greatest Conqueror: You? Matrix Games and Koios Works (www.koiosworks.com) are very pleased to announce that the innovative new wargame, Tin Soldiers: Alexander the Great, has been released and is now available for sale through the Matrix Games Online Store.

Tin Soldiers: Alexander the Great™  is easy to learn but difficult to master.  It places you in the role of Alexander the Great during his conquest of the known world.  Guide Alexander through his grand campaign from inheriting his father’s legacy at the battle of Thebes to his conquest of Darius III and the Persian Empire through his last great battle at the Hydaspes, in the heart of Asia against the Indian army of King Porus.

David Heath, Director of Operations for Matrix Games, said “Greece and all of Asia await your conquests.  The opportunity to re-make one of the most unique chapters in history is now just a few clicks away, so head over to our online store and find out your destiny.

Tin Soldiers: Alexander the Great™ uses an innovative multi-phase turn-based system.  As you play, the campaign unfolds before you with cinematic cut-scenes and three dimensional panoramas of the battlefields.  Each battle is based on the historical terrain and troop placements, but the campaign allows you to make decisions in between battles on which units to reinforce, whether to recruit new units or replace commanders and how many of your resources to focus on training.

Tin Soldiers: Alexander the Great™ includes support for multiplayer over the internet and local network (via TCP/IP).  Any of the campaign battles can be selected or players can choose one of the two special multi-player scenarios: Bactria and Elysium.

List of Features

  • Simultaneous Turn-Based
  • Reaction system to adjust strategy during execution
  • Visually stunning and historically accurate miniatures-oriented art for soldiers and units
  • 3-D historical battlefields
  • Grand Campaign follows Alexander’s conquests from Greece to India

 

ABOUT KOIOS WORKS

Koios Works is dedicated to producing top-notch entertainment software.  Koios ("co-EE-uhs", named after the Titan of Wisdom and Invention) Works is founded on the concept of using technology to build innovative, entertaining solutions. Koios Works is an Innovation ("Êáéõïôïìéá" - prononced Kainotomia) Workshop ("Åñãáóôçñéï" - pronounced Ergastirio) for computer software applications. We are always looking for ways to utilize software to entertain, improve lives and create valuable business impacts.  For more information, visit the Koios Works website at http://www.koiosworks.com.

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