It is the second part of Prince of Persia by ENOTH Design Team
This campaign includes three episodes:
1. The conquest of Rayy
2. Rebellion in Hamadan
3. The Lost Army
Prince Farroh vanquished his rivals and won the throne of Tabaristan. It was not, however, the end of his adventures. His councillors, his former comrades in arms, now urge him to undertake the conquest of Persia, to restore the glory of the former Iranian Empire. His first goal is the city of Rayy in Northern Iran, a strong fortress and an ideal military base. Farroh’s ally Suhrab has just taken a small fortress not far from Rayy. He can not hold it for long with his small force, he needs help urgently. Farroh sent him a small band of warriors commanded by Pakur, his trusted servant.
2. Rebellion in Hamadan
Northern Iran is conquered. Farroh moved his residence to Hamadan, the ancient capital. Proud Iranian lords had to bow their stiff necks before the true King of Kings. But the situation is tense. Farroh knows, that his new subjects can rebel against him any moment.
Farroh has only a small band of warriors with him in Hamadan. His main forces are still fighting somewhere in the north. In case of a rebellion he will be besieged in the city, where he has a limited amount of resources. If he runs out of food, his army will starve to death even if the enemy fails to take the citadel.
3. Lost Army
The rebellion of the nobles is suppressed, but Farroh lost most of his warriors. Hamadan lies in ruins, nearby villages are burnt down, people are starving. Kurdish and Bedouin mercenaries turned brigands and ravage the countryside. For some reason the main army from the north Farroh was waiting for did not come. Farroh must leave Hamadan and find his lost army.
ENOTH Design Team, October 2001
I played this campaign on hard and this was one of the most frustrating campaigns i have ever played,and there wasn't one bug in it.I actually kept on playing it until i won.So you can complete it without cheats.I don't know if i liked it or hated the idea of getting beat.You will need to save this game often to cut down on frustration.
You are definitely at a disadvantage in this campaign.You can't build anything of significance on any of the three parts.You basically have limited fixed forces,so strategy is your best ally.
There is alot of creativity in this campaign.From the use of a limited technology tree to some very good triggers.
There are 3 different maps to play,and taking in to consideration how hard it is to make a desert campaign,they are pretty good.There is a good use of elevation,enough eye candy,the placement of trees has a good effect because you have to maneuver around them.
The campaign had a weak story.The instructions and hints were sometimes vague and left it up to you to maneuver through this difficult campaign.
In closing i would definitely recommend downloading this campaign if you are up for a challenge.