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The Battle for Wesnoth

The fantasy-themed, turn-based strategy game lets players build and train armies, allowing them to create pools of tough warriors to be called up in crisis. Experienced warriors gain powerful new features and spells.


"Fight to regain the throne of Wesnoth, of which you are the legitimate heir, or use your dread power over the Undead to dominate the land of mortals, or lead your glorious Orcish tribe to victory against the humans who dared despoil your lands," the Wesnoth website proclaims.

Players can build and customise units and write their own scenarios. The game also supports multi-player battles over the Internet. The 1.0 release includes code, scenarios, images and music.

The Battle for Wesnoth is open-source and available to download from the Wesnoth website.

Players must build up their fighting force, starting from a single leader and a small amount of gold. Over 200 unit types in six major factions are available, all with different abilities, weapons and spells. Hundreds of campaign scenarios are available for download from within the game itself.



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License: GNU General Public License (GPL) (v. 2.0)

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Downloads: 620
Version: 1.2.8
File Size: 82915.73 MB
Platform: Windows/Linux/MAc

Publisher: Wesnoth
Author Homepage: The Battle for Wesnoth
Uploaded On: 0000-00-00

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About the Author

Brian Shaffer is a veteran programmer, programming professionally since 1991. His first gaming computer was a Commodore Vic-20 in the 80s. Shafe founded The Beer Garden on October 23, 2004 and continues to run and maintain it along with several members of the gaming community.