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Upon the death of Philip II, the kingdoms surrounding Macedonia refused to accept the authority of his young successor. Alexander was treated as a child – but he proved himself as anything but a weak link in the dynasty. He seized power with fire and raw steal. Within just two years of his ascendancy, Alexander conquered Greece and continued his conquest to the East. The unshakable Persian empire, conceited Egypt and aggressive India all perished in fire, as the great Alexander marched through.

Players will have to recruit armies and develop battle tactics for their infantry, cavalry, artillery and naval units. They non-linearly choose their missions and strategy on an interactive global map. The players’ armies will gain additional strength and fame by acquiring special weapons, vehicles and resources directly from the enemy armies from the battlefields.  
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