This campaign consists of three short scenarios that may or may not have much action depending on which direction you take.
The game was not much fun, very basic instruction with little challenge and no direction. The second scn declares victory immediately in game play. It’s a matter of which direction you choose to go. I got lucky on the last scenario, and only had to battle two wolves. If I headed in the other direction, I would have encountered a little struggle. Close to random map but lacking detail that could give any reality feel to the game. There is a small story update in between scn’s, but the instruction is lacking. I had no idea where to go, only what to do. This game is underdeveloped in too many areas, so I cannot recommend it.
[Edited on 04/05/09 @ 10:38 AM]
Posted on 03/28/04 @ 12:00 AM
it was ok but not something amazing. there were mistakes with your ally. you were his allie but he wasnt. same thing for enemies. +it was too easy
Tanneur99 Official Reviewer
Posted on 04/05/09 @ 10:40 AM
1'720 downloads and no one corrected clayperboy that this campaign consists of 6 scenarios, not 3. When the next scenario does not load, the memory is full. The game engine remembers every scenario, campaign, saved game you played under a player name. To fix, from Single Player click 'Options' and select a new player name or delete and recreate your name, the next scenario will load. Another option is to open the campaign with the Campaign to Scenario Manager and count the scenarios if your experience differs from the number displayed in the description.
Victory bug in the second scenario, change Source Player from 3 to 1, then you have to convert the pavilion (big one) next to the mountain to win.
I recommend the campaign.