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From clubs to lasers. From arrows to ICBMs. From controlled fire to controlled nuclear fusion. Lead a fledgling civilization through 500,000 years of human history. Rick Goodman, lead designer of Age of Empires®, and Stainless Steel Studios bring the entire span of world history and more to the RTS gamer.

Shape an empire. Start with a pre-defined civilization or create your own from dozens of different attributes. Build up impressive, defensible cities. Increase your morale for better defense. Advance through 12 historical Epochs, from the Paleolithic to the 24th Century. Research more than 150 technological advances in a dozen technology tracks. Upgrade up to ten separate attributes for each of 150 types of military units.

Dominate the Earth. Fight land, air, and sea battles. Construct countless war machines including siege towers, trebuchets, nuclear submarines, stealth bombers, and intelligent mechanized robots. Carry out a night attack with a column of Patton's tanks. Command French Grenadiers in the Napoleonic Wars. Send Alexander the Great and an army of phalanxes to raze a troublesome city-state.

Choose your path to victory. Military conquest is not the only option available. Call on the heavens and earth to unleash terrible calamities. Level an adversary's town with a well-placed earthquake. Devastate a foe's approaching armada with a well-timed hurricane. Convert the heathens of an enemy state. Capture and enslave an opponent's citizens. Force rivals into submission through diplomatic means. Or construct Wonders of the World that give your civilization awesome special abilities.

Numerous scenarios let you reshape the course of history. Tutorial missions allow the most novice of players to jump right into the fun. Huge random maps with numerous terrain types provide the ultimate replayability. And multiple game options, including multiplayer game types, offer a wide variety of game play experiences. Empire Earth. The most extraordinary and epic RTS ever created.

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