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Features:
•The only strategy game with Da Vinci’s inventions and works of art! Build Castles, Tanks, Aircraft and much more!
•Bid at the auction for Da Vinci’s inventions.
•Upgrade your infantry, tanks and aircraft with new technologies to increase reliability and combat power.
•Fight battles with wondrous technologies but be careful as tanks can explode!
•Many special weapons including the Great Cannon, Submarines, Armoured Ships, Paratroopers and more!
•Compete for control of 16th century Europe on a region based map.
•Earn Victory points for most castles, territories, technologies, being Magnifico and other special actions.
•Single player mode against up to 3 AI players, selected from 10 AI characters with their own play styles.
•In depth in-game tutorial and detailed manual.
•Available in English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Russian and Chinese!
•Based on the popular board game “Da Vinci’s Art of War - Magnifico” created by Spartaco Alberatrelli
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