Posted: 25 JUN 2005
Crash Fix and Backwards Compatibility Upgrade
Matrix Games is pleased to announce that Koios Works’ (www.koiosworks.com) latest title in the Tin Soldiers series, Julius Caesar has been updated to version 1.11.
Posted: 18 MAY 2005
New Tin Soldiers: Julius Caesar Update Optimizes Performance Matrix Games and Koios Works (www.koiosworks.com) are pleased to announce version 1.1 of Tin Soldiers: Julius Caesar. This update optimizes the performance of the graphics engine and allows users more flexibility in setting their level of performance and graphical quality. In addition, adjustments have been made to increase AI difficulty for experienced players.
Posted: 25 APR 2005
Sequel to Tin Soldiers: Alexander the Great Available for Sale! Matrix Games and Koios Works (www.koiosworks.com) today announced that the latest game in the Tin Soldiers series, Tin Soldiers: Julius Caesar has been released for sale from the Matrix Games online store via digital download. A boxed copy will also be available by the end of the week. Tin Soldiers: Julius Caesar introduces several major improvements since Alexander the Great, including a full 3D camera, non-linear campaigns and a mobilization/re-enlistment system for your forces.
Posted: 21 APR 2005
Sequel to Tin Soldiers: Alexander the Great brings major improvements Matrix Games and Koios Works (www.koiosworks.com) today announced that the latest game in the Tin Soldiers series, Tin Soldiers: Julius Caesar has officially “Gone Gold” and will be available for sale from the Matrix Games website within a week. Caesar has several major improvements including a full 3D camera and non-linear campaigns.
Release Date: 25 APR 2005
Turns: Turn-Based IGOUGO
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Release Date: 27 JUN 2005
Spartan is an Empire building turn based strategy game, where the focus is on building an empire through diplomacy, trade, research, and war, but less focus on the battles than you would find in a real-time strategy game. It is designed for people who are interested in the period and those strategy gamers who prefer to have time to think about their decisions. Can you unite Greece in time to defy the Great King and his mighty Persian Empire?