Real Warfare 1242 Box Shot

Real Warfare 1242 – RTS Game Now Avialable for Free [PC]

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Real Warfare 1242 is an RTS game now available as a free download (worth $4.99) on Indiegala online game store. Claiming this freebie is very simple, all you need to have an account on the Indiegala website, which is free.

Login or Create an account at Indiegala, next visit this freebie page, scroll down and hit the “Add to Library” button.

The game will be added to your library. Hover the mouse on your account name and select “My Library”.

Go to the library, click “Showcase Library” and from there you can download the giveaway game.

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Real Warfare 1242 is a kind of Medieval Russian strategy game. The game is entirely based on the life and times of one of Russia’s most splendid medieval heroes. Alexander Nevsky, who famously thrashed European invaders and negotiated a useful not-getting-pasted pact with The Golden Horde.

About Real Warfare 1242 Game:

Russia during the XIII century was a huge state, much larger than any other European country. Split by internal conflicts, and yet standing strong against numerous outer threats, it was attacked by the infamous Mongol Horde. They came suddenly and pierced through the country like a blazing arrow.

The native people fought valiantly, led by a fierce warrior and prince, Prince Alexander Nevsky.

This realistic real-time strategy game is based on authentic historic events. It invites you to experience the glorious times of princes, knights, and vast battles.

The player’s goal is to direct Alexander Nevsky through meticulously recreated historic battlegrounds and achieve the greatest of victories by repelling the attacks of Teutonic and Swedish knights, bringing Lithuania to peace, and eliminating every single invader in 1242.

Key features:

  • The engine incorporates state-of-the-art technologies used in real-time strategy titles
  • Vivid, lifelike real-time graphics
  • Carefully maintained historic realia
  • Vast territories to conquer and control
  • A significant level of depth and in-game freedom
  • Improved unit animation (with the transition to motion capture)