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Commander: Conquest of the Americas
6 October 2011
Conclusion: Commander is definitely an improvement over East India Company - it took onboard as much feedback as it could, made improvements where it counted most, and even the change of setting means that the necessary abstractions it's had to make are less noticeable.
Commander: Conquest of the Americas – PC Game Review
1 December 2010
Excerpt: Commander: Conquest of the Americas ( CCOA ) is a strategy and trading game that was developed by Nitro Games. The game gives the player control of one of the seven major powers of Europe and the task of developing a thriving trade powerhouse in the New World.
Pros: Great naval battle graphics, fun trading simulation
Excerpt: Commander: Conquest of the Americas takes place from 1500-1650, and you can choose to play one of seven European factions. Your goal is to colonize the Americas and brings back lots of imports to your home town.
Excerpt: The golden age of sail, that much romanticized period of history when Western adventurers in search of spices and gold set out to explore the outer reaches of the known world. It was an age when the European powers for the first time started vying for control of the high seas on a global scale.
Excerpt: Paradox Interactive and Nitro Games brings us the real-time strategy game, Commander: Conquest of the Americas. Based on the conquest of the Americas in the early 16th century. Your main objective of the …
Summary: Most of the time when people think about the conquest of the Americas they think about hardy pioneers moving westward, scraping a tough living from the land and killing Indians. Or maybe they think of stalwart pioneers rebelling against European rule, and killing Indians.
Excerpt: , showed off Nitro's tidy real-time strategy and tactical engines for sending tall ships sailing to and fro for trade, exploration and, sometimes, maritime combat. is an attempt to portray the exigency and patience of claiming the New World, as European powers rushed to settle then endured to...
Excerpt: From Worms Reloaded , to Commander: Conquest of the Americas . Though perhaps not the most obvious choice for a follow-up review, I have spent many an evening ceaselessly toiling away at such titles.