Single and multiplayer racing game. Look/Feel: Kawasaki means fun power and style. The game allows players to take Jet Ski where they could never be risked in real life not just the seaside but across lakes down rivers and jumping waterfalls!
Grab your gear get on your Kawasaki Snowmobile and head out into the cold to challenge opponents and pull off insane tricks as you race across the tundra! Kawasaki Snowmobiles is the ultimate winter challenge putting you in the driver?s seat of these awesome sleds.
CPU: P3 or higher. Memory: 256 MB DirectX: 9.0 or later. Video: 64 MB.
PROPHET bring us “King’s Bounty: Crossworlds” Game of the Year edition which includes: King’s Bounty: Armored Princess plus expansion Crossworlds, new campaigns, game editor and other stuff mentioned below…
Description: King’s Bounty: Crossworlds Game of the Year Edition includes King’s Bounty: Armored Princess and its expansion Crossworlds, which includes following three campaigns: the “Orcs on the March,” “Champion of the Arena” and “Defender of the Crown” plus a convenient editor with help system. This editor will allow you to create additional content for the game and alter it in any way you wish. King’s Bounty: Armored Princess is a sequel to the critically acclaimed King’s Bounty: The Legend. Players will take on the role of Princess Amelie who travels around the world of Teana and searches for the renowned knight, and her mentor, Bill Gilbert. This new world of King’s Bounty: Armored Princess is full of mysteries and dangers. The new character, the Princess, will encounter horrible creatures, huge monstrous bosses and a new race, the bloodthirsty Lizards. As in the multi-award winning game on which this sequel is based, the player has many options to resist these new enemies. Various new skills and characteristics of Amelie as well as her chance to fly will help her overcome the hordes attacking the kingdom.
Operating system: Windows ® XP / Windows Vista
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8 GHz or AMD Athlon X2 Dual-Core 5200
Memory: 1 GB (Windows XP) / 1 GB (Windows Vista)
Hard drive space: 6 GB
Sound device: compatible with DirectX
Video card: compatible with Direct X 9.0c, 256 MB
KARATE MASTER Knock Down Blow,
is an explosive fighting game of
full contact karate (kakuto Karate),
which will involve you not only
in fierce fights, but also in the
preparation and training
needed for a Karateka to strengthen
body and spirit.
Europe. 12th century AD. Dark, vaguely human race is going through the era – the era of the righteous and sinners, saints and pagans, witches and fools the prophets. The Templars, these noble knights without fear and without reproach, ready for the last crusade: the way they lay there, no return, where on a clear day turns dark at night, where nightmares become reality. They go to the edge, where life – is truly a lot of the few …
Pentium 4/Athlon 1.5 GHz, 256 MB RAM
Sound device compatible with DirectX
3D-graphics adapter with 32 MB memory,
Windows XP/Vista/Se7en (Compiled and tested on Windows Seven x64)
Free hard drive space: 2.14 GB
Publisher: Neocore Games
Developer: Neocore Games
Wales is the beautiful and fiercely independent realm of
tribal lords, wizards – and dragons that slumber beneath the
roots of Snowdonia. Its new leader, King Ryons used to be the
most dangerous warlord of the land. He wants to restore the
power of the Old Faith in Britannia and he always reaches his
Bow down before the gods of the ancients. Fear the creatures
coming back from the twilight and respect the ways of the
druids. And follow the warrior-king, who will conquer
This expansion is the twin of King Arthur – The Saxons,
offering a wide array of new content (i.e. beasts and other
monsters) as well as a brand new campaign.
The economic system of the base game redesigned for a totally
new campaign structure, where the player will be able to play
in sandbox mode being the champion of the Old Faith. The
expansion have a complex diplomatic system, campaign winning
conditions that can be set by the player and an absolutely
free, non-story-based gameplay.
Unique diplomatic and battle quests.
30 hours gameplay
1 new campaigns (Welsh Kingdom)
Free, sandbox gameplay. The Objectives are strategic goals,
not a compulsory plot
Complex diplomacy system: All the kings and rulers are
involved including the Marauders, The Outlaws, the Sidhe
courts, the high priests and some of the noble ladies as well.
Adjustable options for the campaigns: the player can set the
level of the AI aggression or the importance of magic, etc.
4 new, unique heroes
3 new, special units
3 new units
10 new hero skills
2 new unit skills
20 unique artifacts (including 10 sets)
20 unique diplomacy and battle quests
King Arthur The Roleplaying Wargame the ORIGINAL
Operating system:… Windows XP SP2 or Vista or Windows7
Processor:………. AMD Athlon 3500+ or Intel Pentium IV 3.4 Ghz
Memory:…………. WinXP – 1Gbyte RAM
WinVista, Win7 – 1,5Gbyte RAM
Hard disk space:…. 8 Gbyte
Video:………….. Nvidia 6600 (256Mbyte) / ATI Radeon X700 (256Mbyte)
Sound:………….. DirectX 9-compliant sound card
DirectX®:……….. 9.0c or higher (included in the installer)
Additional:……… Nvidia (AGEIA) PhysX (included in the installer)
Players embark on a legendary journey to fulfill Po’s destiny to become the Dragon Warrior. Learn and master Po, Shifu and the Furious Five’s specialized Kung Fu fighting styles, abilities and upgrades in order to defeat formidable bosses like the Great Gorilla, the Wolf Sergeant and the ultimate enemy, Tai Lung.
OS: Windows XP/Vista
Processor: Pentium 4 @ 2 GHz / Athlon Equivalent
Memory: 512 Mb
Hard Drive: 8.4 Gb free
Video Memory: 128 Mb
Video Card: nVidia GeForce FX 5600 / ATI Radeon 9500
Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
DVD Rom Drive
The crusade will lead the main character in the long-forgotten Roman city, in the Saracen empire, protected by its dead guards, into the dark catacombs of distant islands and majestic underwater citadels of the past. Just experienced a terrible pain, shedding their blood and sacrifice of the immortal soul, knight will attain victory …
Once again darkness hung over the peaceful land. Swirling black clouds to the north. Alarming sound alarm bells. Torn from the netherworld infernal hordes in a single desire – to destroy humanity. Soon dark force will open the gates, sealed up many thousands of years ago, alive and dead. But looking resolutely into his eyes a knight through the narrow slit visor, hand firmly holds true sword, and his heart is no place for fear and doubt …
- Operating system: Microsoft ® Windows ® 98 / 2000 / ME / XP ™
- Processor: Intel Pentium 4 1.5 GHz or equivalent AMD Athlon
- Memory: 256 MB
- Video: 3D-graphics adapter with 64 MB memory, compatible with DirectX ® 9.0 (Nvidia ® GeForce ® 3 or better)
- Sound: Sound card compatible with DirectX 8.0
- Free hard drive space: 2 GB
- Additional software: DirectX 8.1 and better
- Controls: A keyboard and mouse
King’s Bounty: Armored Princess is an add-on to the critically acclaimed King’s Bounty: The Legend. Players will take on the role of Princess Amelie who travels around the world of Teana and searches for the renowned knight, and her tutor, Bill Gilbert. This new world of King’s Bounty: Armored Princess is full of mysteries and dangers. The new character, the Princess, will encounter horrible creatures, huge monstrous bosses and a new race, the bloodthirsty Lizards. As in the multi-award winning game on which this expansion is based, the player has many options to resist these new enemies. Various new skills and characteristics of Amelie as well as her chance to fly will help her overcome the hordes attacking the kingdom. The Princess is also accompanied by a tamed dragon, at the very beginning small and amusing, but its abilities develop steadily until it becomes an incredible ally. He will do his best to protect the Princess during the battles, starting with easy blows and treasure hunting and finishing with battle rage and volcano summoning.
New fascinating story-line and a whole new continent to explore
A new female character to play – Princess Amelie
Medals giving bonuses can be received for special achievements
Tamed dragon which becomes more powerful as the player does
New Lizard race
Possibility to turn your horse into a Pegasus which can fly
Fast travel between opened continents
Resurrection of the classic system of contracts and headhunting
Improved role playing system including more abilities and the chance to achieve level 50 and higher
Brand new spells and new Adventure Magic spell for game map
New unique bosses: Borer Robot, Gremlin, Archdemon Baal and many others
New engine supporting the latest graphic effects
Beautiful, hand drawn environments
* OS: Windows XP/Vista
* CPU: Intel 2.6 GHz
* RAM: 1 GB
* HDD: 5.5 GB free disk space
* Graphics: 128 MB Graphics Memory
* Sound Card: DirectX 9 Compatible
* DirectX: Version 9.0c
King Arthur is an empire-building strategy game set in a medieval, mystical Britain where you will play the role of legendary Arthur, the Once and Future King. You build Camelot, enlist the Knights of the Round Table, unite the country and ultimately challenge the powers threatening the essence of all their previous endeavors. You choose their own path, be it the way of virtuous glory, the might of the Sidhe or your wish to succumb to the dark powers.
Publisher : Neocore Games
Developer : Neocore Games
Homepage : http://www.kingarthurthewargame.com/
Minimum System Requirements:
Processor : Intel Pentium IV at 3.0 Ghz
Video Card : 256 MB VRAM – Nvidia Geforce 6600GT / ATI X700
Memory : 1 GB
Hard Disk : 6 GB of free Hard Disk Space
Direct X : 9.0
Installation : DVD-ROM Drive
Kohan II retains its predecessor’s unique gameplay while also making key changes that distinguish it both from the original and from any other real-time strategy games in the intervening years.
Kohan: Immortal Sovereigns was released in 2001, and though it wasn’t a blockbuster success, many of those who actually played it loved it. Its particular take on real-time strategy focused on the strategic control of companies of troops and on eliminating much of the tedious micromanagement often associated with the genre. As such, the game proved to be an innovative change of pace from the conventions of real-time strategy. The sequel, Kohan II: Kings of War, retains its predecessor’s unique gameplay while also making key changes that distinguish it both from the original and from any other RTS games in the intervening years. And while some of the changes streamline a slickly designed RTS model even further, they don’t detract from this great game’s own winning formula.
- Windows 9x/ME/2000/XP/Vista/Windows 7
- Pentium II (or equivalent) 233 MHz
- 64 MB RAM
- 150 MB disk space, mouse, keyboard
- DirectX 7.0 Compatible Video Card with 4 MB VRAM
- DirectSound Compatible Sound Card
- DirectX 9.0b (Included)
Kohan’s few shortcomings don’t diminish the fact that it brings together a variety of proven concepts to offer a real-time strategy experience unlike any other.
Real-time strategy games have evolved in fits and starts since the genre arose with the release of Dune II almost nine years ago. During that time, real-time strategy games have gained notoriety for requiring more mouse-clicking than actual strategy. While games such as Total Annihilation and Age of Empires II streamlined the interface and unit artificial intelligence so as to remove some of the micromanagement, the real-time strategy genre has largely remained fast-paced and thus hasn’t appealed to players who prefer a more deliberate approach. The fantasy-themed Kohan: Immortal Sovereigns could very well be the game to bridge this gap.
Kohan does the inconceivable: It introduces real strategy to traditional real-time gaming that doesn’t involve any unit micromanagement. While even previous standouts in the genre have relied to some extent on requiring players to get the most out of each individual unit, whether military or civilian, Kohan eliminates this by establishing a completely different level of abstraction. The number of actual units on the map at any given time is quite low, at least at the level of player control. The complexity and strategic depth arise from the construction and manipulation of these units on a larger scale. It’s an application of turn-based concepts to real-time gaming that is very much along the lines of Strategy First’s more complex game, the recently released Europa Universalis. What Kohan has in common with that game is that it requires you to really think about what you’re doing whenever you click a mouse button.
The military model in Kohan is built on the concept of companies. You can raise a limited number of companies based on the number and size of the settlements under your control. The composition of each company can vary widely, and this is the basis for much of the strategy involved in combat. A company has one frontline unit type and up to two support unit types, as well as a captain. The identity of these units depends on their classification and what structures are present in the settlement where the company is being raised. For example, archers and footmen can be either frontline or support units, while paladins and magicians are two types that can take only the support role. In addition, a paladin can be recruited only in a town that has both a barracks and a temple. These unit distinctions and structure dependencies are well integrated into the economic design. There are different factions (ceyah, council, nationalist, and royalist) that have different buildings, upgrades, and units available. Companies can further be grouped into regiments.
Pentium II 300MHz
400MB disk space
DirectX 7.0 compatible video card with 4MB VRAM capable of 1024×768 resolution @ 16-bits
You are K Hawk, probably the hottest looking SEAL to ever serve in the U.S armed forces. In a routine covert drop of a fellow SEAL team member her chopper is shot down and she is the only survivor on a remote uncharted island. Hidden in the lush jungle are an ultra secret paramilitary compound, an experimental laboratory, and a well-trained highly motivated force whose only mission is to protect their secrets. Against incredible odds you must conceal your presence and find the answers, expose the plot and escape to freedom in one piece. You must only fight when you have to as you will reveal yourself and the enemy will close on your position. You must survive by all means necessary.
After some basic training you will be ready to take on your role in this new title. The training missions are essential to really get a knack on how to use the equipment that you will have and find to keep yourself alive. I tried skipping those all-important training exercises and found gameplay to be a bit frustrating. So it is my recommendation to give those a whirl and you will find the game a bit more enjoyable.
The key to this game is stealth. It was a bit difficult to me to try and avoid shooting every bad guy I saw. Once you start doing that you will have an entire army trying to hunt you down. I personally thought the enemy AI was a bit lame so one might think you could get away trying to play this like a typical shooter. I say lame because there were times I was detected and after only running away a few yards the enemy quit trying to hunt me down and went back to their patrols. The game is still tough so don’t get the wrong idea. Just wanted to give you an observation that was made.
You are equipped with a GPS type of device that gives you locations of the bad guys and cameras in your area. You can tell the range of sight, the direction they are looking, and the distance that they can hear. Nice little gadget to have. Couldn’t imagine playing this one without it. You will be able to use plenty of weapons to carryout your missions. I sometimes had difficulty using high caliber rounds on a target and the darn dude wouldn’t die. We are talking headshots here boys and girls.. But lo and behold a couple shots from my trusty sidearm and poof…dead bad guy. Still can’t figure that one out.
Some of your missions will have you assassinating key people or planting explosives and demolishing things. All the while trying to remain as covert as possible. My biggest gripe of all is that there are no hand-to-hand options at all. No knife, no punching, kicking, screaming, plain and simple you are just out there with your good looks. For a game that has such a big emphasis on covert ops, I found this to be a bit frustrating
Win 9x, Win 2k, Win XP, Win ME with DIRECTX 8.1
P 3 500, AMD Athlon 500
128 MB RAM
500 MB free discspace
3D acceleration: 16MB video memory with texture compression, or 32 MB video memory without texture compression
Soundblaster & compatible
The Peasants Rebellion is the official mission disc for Knights & Merchants. It is
standalone and contains the original game as well as many new missions, with
34 different maps in total. There are 2 campaigns with 34 missions in total, a
Skirmish mode (free play without a defined mission), more than 25 buildings, 10
military units and 10 worker units.
32 MB VGA
128 MB RAM
400 MHz processor
700 MB hard drive space
As King, it is your duty to lead your people in their struggle to raise your kingdom from its humble beginnings to a position of power and prestige. War, diplomacy and a burgeoning economy are the means by which you increase your power and expand your influence. A unique Knight-management system will offer you brand new possibilities to enhance your personal strategy.
Loyal knights blessed with special skills stand true at your side. Use them wisely in the military, the administration of your lands and in diplomacy, and then use their hard-won experience to further develop their talents as you see fit.
Astute development of your estates and castles both satisfies your people and secures you decided strategic advantages. A suitable infrastructure can soon promote a flourishing economy. Exotic resources and relicts are spread over the game world and will reward your complete kingdom with special amenities.
Knights of Honor is the first Empire Conquering Simulation that combines real time battles with extensive Kingdom Management options.
1 GHz Intel Pentium III or equivalent
Hard Drive Space: