Conquérez la Grèce antique dans Hegemony Gold : Guerre de la Grèce Antique, un jeu de stratégie de guerre épique qui développe et raffine le jeu prisé Hegemony: Philippe de Macédoine avec du tout nouveau contenu et de nouvelles fonctionnalités.
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Date de parution : 30 mar 2012

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Conquérez la Grèce antique dans Hegemony Gold : Guerre de la Grèce Antique, un jeu de stratégie de guerre épique qui développe et raffine le jeu prisé Hegemony: Philippe de Macédoine avec du tout nouveau contenu et de nouvelles fonctionnalités. Faites l'expérience complète de la guerre, de la reconnaissance aux incursions jusqu'aux champs de bataille et sièges en montagne, alors que vous marchez à travers une carte continue de la Grèce de précision satellite. Assaillez et affamez vos ennemis en coupant leurs lignes de ravitaillement ou en brûlant leurs récoltes, tout en construisant et protégeant votre propre réseau de ravitaillement pour supporter la croissance de votre royaume. Prenez contrôle de la Macédoine, Athènes ou Sparte dans trois campagnes historiques, ou choisissez une des 26 factions dans le mode « sandbox » épique et forgez votre propre empire. Avec de nouvelles options diplomatiques dynamiques et un système tactique grandement étendu, Hegemony Gold devient la nouvelle norme en matière de guerre antique.

Configuration requise

    Minimum :
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP ou mieux
    • Processeur : 2.4 GHz
    • Mémoire vive : 1 Go de RAM
    • Carte graphique : Version 2.0 shader support, 256 Mo de mémoire vidéo
    • DirectX® : Version 9.0c
    • Disque dur : 1.5 Go d'espace disque disponible
    • Son : Carte son compatible avec la version DirectX 9.0c
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Sp0_0ked
( 3.6 heures en tout )
Posté le : 27 mai
I love the logistics and deep strategy this game offers, you can tell the developers put a lot of effort into this hidden gem. Probably my favorite game in my library so far.
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Alberto
( 26.1 heures en tout )
Posté le : 22 avril
Hegemony Gold: Wars of Ancient Greece is a very intelligent game, both immediate and deep. I would define it as an "operational grand strategy game".

The emphasis is obviously on logistics: the real trick to success is keeping your troops well supplied and in good shape, and that can be hard, especially during sieges and winters. Sieges in particular are rather well represented in a fun way, as you'll need to block enemy supply routes, both on land and on sea, while keeping your own open.

Strategical maneuvering is also very important, and delaying the movement of an army might mean the collapse of your empire. Your state is almost like a house of cards: lose a key region for your supply network and your income, and you'll find yourself in big trouble. The AI itself is very skilled at exploiting those weaknesses in your grand strategy, and you'll find yourself often at war on multiple fronts. Unlike many strategy games, as you grow there won't be any kind of avalanche effect: you will have more resources and more troops but your borders will also be longer, and you'll find out that you can't deploy that many troops in a specific campaign anyway: small and mid-sized kingdom still pose a very tangible threat even when you're the biggest empire on the map.

The tactical part is simplistic: it's an RTS at that, but the mechanics are a bit lacking. Also, proper tactical maneuvering is still very important but most of the time you'll find that there isn't a lot of room for maneuvering.

Other than that, this game has a huge plus: the immersion value. It recreates the era pretty well, and to this day I've never seen a more detailed recreation of Ancient Greece in a videogame, with many historical kingdoms and city-states making their appearance in Hegemony and so many missions you have to complete to establish your dominion over Greece. You'll never get bored as you'll always have things to do, and the historical grand campaign lasts many, many hours.

In short, I highly recommend the game. It's a very original and innovative title, and if you like historical immersion and strategy go for it: you won't be disappointed.
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HalfezITA
( 83.7 heures en tout )
Posté le : 19 février
Fantastic ! The best of the series.The perfect balancing between semplicity and innovation,better than hegemony rome and hegemony iii. We don't need a complex costruction of buildings or a lot of kinds of units but the possibility so survive the winter with a flock of sheeps or raiding mercant navy with other navies =D We need to secure zone rich of mine or farmlands with our hoplite or phalangite.Definitely a bad AI of enemies (longbow games hate developing AI in my opinion).So if will ever be an Hegemony iv don't waste time to implementing a lot of "stances" or building type but remeber the elements that are the heart of hegemony gold.And focus on AI. Very unique game.Buy it!
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elmantray
( 309.8 heures en tout )
Posté le : 22 janvier
Very Very fun always good to come back to.
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Iceman
( 299.4 heures en tout )
Posté le : 20 janvier
Innovative and epic game.
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Mernher
( 213.7 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 décembre 2015
Fun game. The food mechanic makes for a challenge. It's like merging a Total War campaign map with their battle map. The unit variety is pretty limited, but the map is huge. You can easily throw hundreds of hours at it.
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Total-Eclipse--x
( 1.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 23 novembre 2015
bad graphics but good game love the campiagns
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Deadpool
( 1.3 heures en tout )
Posté le : 8 novembre 2015
It's finally working thus I'm having fun now Just unstall it if the error message pops up then reinstall it then it shall play!
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Scoob
( 4.2 heures en tout )
Posté le : 28 août 2015
BUY iF YOU LiKE MACEDONiA OR THE PELEPONNESiAN WAR!

Sandbox mode doesn't have the option to start off at zero or with only one city. That means to me personally that I'm confronted with a prefabricated situation everytime when I start a game in sandbox mode! It's perfectely fine when you wanna play the peloponnesian war over and over again but it destroys replay value as far as I am concerned.. There're apparently also no mods available nor software to open .dat and other files what, to be frank, pisses me off...

If you had options before starting a sandbox game like in civilizations, for example, I would love this game and would play it all the time (I got over 1500h of playtime in CiV5 because of sandbox).

Basically, don't buy if you wanna play your favorite greek faction in sandbox for thousands of hours. Buy it if you wanna replay the birth of the macedonian kingdom or the peloponnesian war. Then there are even some nice historical details for you.
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oztecnic
( 34.1 heures en tout )
Posté le : 12 juillet 2015
An epic strategy game which has a great potential. Playing this game is like playing chess :)

Epic history of Ancient Greece. Well done guys!
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CommissarBRO
( 14.6 heures en tout )
Posté le : 7 juillet 2015
I really like these games. It's like if the Total War games were all Real-time but scaled down to a more manageable, non-turnbased level. There are dozens of factions to choose from each with strengths and weaknesses and varied starting positions. If you don't want to play the grand campaign that focuses on Greece and parts of Western Anatolia, you can try to unite Greece as Philip of Macedon. You've got supply lines, varied unit types, naval combat, raiding, infrastructure and so much more. It's definitely a blast for anyone interested in either Real-time Strategy, 4x or Ancient Warfare.
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Thorhelm
( 135.6 heures en tout )
Posté le : 27 juin 2015
The game is very well done. I played the Demo when it first came out and fell in love with it.
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Cybermat47
( 314.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 12 juin 2015
An epic game that lets you build an empire and dominate the future of Western civilisation. Highly recommended.
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Tallestdavid
( 10.4 heures en tout )
Posté le : 11 juin 2015
Try combo B with tofu first.

10/10 would come back to dine.
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Isenhatesyou
( 98.9 heures en tout )
Posté le : 15 mars 2015
By far the best representation of Ancient Greek warfare I've come across in a video game. A great complement to the History of the Peloponnesian War.

Cons:
- Clunky interface
- The campaign is very long, and as such gets quite repetitive by the end.
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Alexander the Greatest
( 24.8 heures en tout )
Posté le : 25 février 2015
If you're me, you'll immediately pick this game up without looking at the reviews because you're a Greek History nerd. If you're me again, you are deeply satisfied with the results.
Hegemony Gold is a game set during the wars of Ancient Greece, specifically around Philip II and the Peloponessian war. Instead of a game like Total War, all battles are set on the same map and provide a difficult challenge. You have to make sure your troops have sufficient morale and food or else they'll rout and either be captured and executed, or have to reform at the nearest city. It basically focuses more on the logisitics of war than the battles. Very interesting and highly recommended.
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druebey
( 34.4 heures en tout )
Posté le : 11 janvier 2015
I like the historical aspects of this game. I also like the historical accurate units and buildings and like. What I do not like is that you fit 40 slaves into a mine, and that is it, any over, you dont get any more income. I dont like that the recruiting is 1.9 or .5 a wk depending on settler size of city, now it maybe historically correct but discounting the national unity and the drive at which philp gave to drive out any invading army is also abismal at best. He recruited on loans of money and patriotism. Now with all that said, I like the mechanic that is used to simulate revolts.

I will say over all that this game is worth cosideration at a lower price due to my dislikes and the fact that there is no real "set mining material to refine" mechanism. I mean you get the locations of mines, but not the products of the mine or the actual costs for the materials. That would make the game more interesting instead of capping mines at 40 slaves to make 80 coins a turn and there is no budget really other than income vs expense so no way to really do anything beyond yearly reports.

I know I am probably being alot more critical of the games than most people but honestly I have done research, quite alot recently, and found that most games dont really want to go into how economies or military actions, etc actually affect the population nor how it affects international diplomacy. I am not knocking the developers by any means. They did a great job of the historical elements. I just hope that they have planned for the new one more units and more economy and more historical events.

A suggestion to the developers for the new game, Add Galleys... Galleys and Gladass were ships that helped most countries rule the Med region for years. I am shocked that you didnt add at least a shortened version for the greek campaigns... Unless you just coupled them with Thrimes. Then I understand.
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YasKi -Fr-
( 32.8 heures en tout )
Posté le : 10 janvier 2015
La campagne est enorme, et la gestion de notre empire est difficile, entre les reseaux de ravitaillement, les saisons et les guerres permananentes, pas un tour ne see passe sans que l'on ait differents choix à faire. De nombreuses quetes/objectifs donnent toujours un but. Malheureusement la taille de la carte rend le jeu très fatiguant en fin de partie.

8/10
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Smygskytt
( 139.6 heures en tout )
Posté le : 5 janvier 2015
Hegemony is my favorite strategy game because the developers filled it to the brim with their love and care, which is 100 times more important than what I term "technical graphics" - number of polygons and texture detail. The game truly captures the feeling of ancient warfare by altering accepted gameplay; For example, building town walls makes occupied cities more likely to rebell and thus requires larger garrissons (why shouldn't they feel more secure and independant behind walls?). They have also shifted the scope of the warfare, from the genre's standard province by province conquest, we now have a methodical, strategic border creep, city by city.

This game gave me some amazing moments. The most recent from when I first started the Spartan campaign. I felt resonably confident and thus cranked up the difficulty all the way. It started off well, I controlled a single island-city on the Ionian coast, which is perfect for figuring out your surroundings. Yet, I had sufficent numbers of spartan recruits and a large subsidy from home to be comfident. Then I made my biggest mistake, by building more ships and an extra brigade. I was dangerously overstretched and thoughtlessly attacked the closest city on the Athenian-held coast with my hoplites. Unexpectedly, the city was reinforced, my spartans lost and I deep in desperation. I felt just like the Athenians after Sicily.

My army was rebuilding, yet my manpower was used up by either replacing ships killed when I was't looking or still under construction from my earlier expansion. So, I used my single remaining ship to transport a starting spearman brigade to the south (spearmen are this game´s equivalent of WW2 France). There lay a tiny island city basicly undefended and even my spearman brigade could capture it. It had neither farms nor mines. It didn't matter, I only wanted it's manpower. I thus used it as a naval base, freeing up my spartans for infantry. That is beacause captured cities can only produce mercenaries, which means expensive, second-rate troops. They can still produce ships at the same price and quality - wood is wood and ships are ships.

My main base was still short on manpower and for the remainder of the year, I had to cower behind my walls as the Athenians burnt my fields. I knew I would take my revenge upon them, yet all I could do was send my spearmen to do the same to them. I knew I would later take that city, fisting my hands. I soon did.
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spranjal469
( 58.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 2 janvier 2015
i recommend to buy this game
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Innovative and epic game.
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Posté le : 29 novembre 2013
Pausable Real-Time Strategy on a seamlessly zoomable, historically accurate map? Yes please! It's kind of like a combination of the Paradox titles and Total War, which, in my book, makes a winner. What we see here, are the very beginnings of the future of strategy games. This is a must have for all strategy fans and history buffs. Innovative and truly unique, Hegemony is developed by a small developer with limited funding, and sometimes it shows, but really, I cannot recommend this enough.
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Posté le : 19 décembre 2013
An interesting real time strategy game. You are Phillip conquering the city states of Greece to create your Hegemony. It is certainly a game that shows the trouble of directly maintaining a large empire. In the beginning, you only control a few cities which means it is easy to micromanage your troops. The map is very large, consisting of hundreds of cities, that you most likely need to capture to win.

The big issue in this game is logistics. Troops need food, cities need supply lines with other cities and farms for food. You need supply lines to mines to secure income. There is no way to conquer the map with just one army. Troops need to resupply and replenish. Philip starts out surrounded by enemies around him. Expanding too fast in one direction will leave you overstretched.

Some cities are very bothersome to invade. No farmland to sustain your armies means you need to either bring workers or sheep to resupply food. When you get there, they seem to have an army far too large for their food to accomodate, and you better hope that you win otherwise you have to assemble the troops again and march all the way across the map to try again.

You also need to watch that cities don't starve. If you conquered a city and they have no food, they will start to rebel. Ignore it too long, and you have to march troops to reconquer the city. Repeat that a couple dozen times and include a couple Greek powerhouses like Thebes and Athens that will constantly raid your cities.

And then there is the whole land of Persia which seems to take up half the map. I haven't reached there yet, so I can't see how hard it will be. It will be a huge pain to muster troops from halfway across Greece to invade though.

Buy this game if you like real time strategy games that start simple and become logistical nightmares as you progress.
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Posté le : 29 novembre 2013
An excellent game that focuses on the life of Philip II of Macedon, Father of Alexander the Great.
Pros
-Logistics system - your soldiers have to eat and that food has to come from somewhere. it makes burning farms and raiding supply lines a viable strategy for starving out a city. it also forces you to pay attention to the edges of your empire and protect the land outside the city.
-Naval combat and landings - makes you want to murder every man, woman, and child in Athens.
-Campaigns - The main campaign follows Philip as he conquers Greece. Two other campaigns focus on the Peloponnesian war (One as Athens and the other as Sparta). There is also a sandbox mode that lets you play any faction in the game. The scripted campaigns are the most fun.
Cons
-Graphics are mediocre at best
-Sandbox is bland - You can build an empire but the AI only reacts to you and rarely takes the initiative.
Overall 8.5/10 - If the graphics don't bother you then any strategy gamer will really enjoy this game.
Note - i know it says i only have two hours played, i bought the game from the Developors site before it was on Steam and played that version.
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Posté le : 14 décembre 2013
This game is soooo much better than what i had expected. These guys really need some sort of marketing team because this game is legitamite but not known at aall. deffinetly buy this game if you love athens and sparta, ancient greece, RTS's and fun, 10/10
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Posté le : 13 septembre 2014
It's as promising as it tells it is, except for diplomacy which is kindof limited but more than enough (heck, it's greek city-states: Why ally with neighbours while you have your own hegemony/league?).

Also, the game allows you to play differend kinds of factions with differend kinds of gameplay (for example, the Paeonians are mainly a cavalry faction with no hoplites, the Illyrians got no cavalry while having a huge empire so they have to focus on intelligent defending, and Crete has to rely on naval raiding-conquering tactics).
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Posté le : 7 juillet 2015
I really like these games. It's like if the Total War games were all Real-time but scaled down to a more manageable, non-turnbased level. There are dozens of factions to choose from each with strengths and weaknesses and varied starting positions. If you don't want to play the grand campaign that focuses on Greece and parts of Western Anatolia, you can try to unite Greece as Philip of Macedon. You've got supply lines, varied unit types, naval combat, raiding, infrastructure and so much more. It's definitely a blast for anyone interested in either Real-time Strategy, 4x or Ancient Warfare.
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Posté le : 22 février 2014
I've played this game over 200 hours (not on steam i've also got a non drm version). This is one of the best strategy games i have ever played. It has is problems :AI only raides and not really attack you, AI armies builds are kinda strange and AI does some stupid things like not changing the home of a unit without one. But the scale, the managing of food/units/reserves etc. is extremly fun and satisfying. Zooming in and out feeling like a real commander, caputering slaves and let them carry food, fighting over flocks of sheep (to be honest that is cool :P) and the biggest plus is the campaign witch you can play on your own pace, you can follow the missions you wanted and in your own order. I just an all out great strategy game like I never seen before. It is a bit dated and part II is coming (Rome still in early acces). Just buy this game, have fun and wait for Rome to go out of early acces and have even more fun. The developpers are also great guys, listining to the community via there own forum and the steamhub, support indie devs and buy this hidden gem! I give this game a 9 out of 10.
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Posté le : 18 décembre 2014
Just to be clear, Hegemony Gold: Wars of Ancient Greece is a far superior game to Hegemony: Rome.
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Posté le : 29 septembre 2014
A deeply clever little game. Not for everyone, and a few (modest) historical liberties have been taken, but it models ancient warfare in a way that feels authentic -- much more so than the Total War series, which it superficially resembles. In fact, the Hegemony series' zoomable realtime map is what CA should have been doing years ago.

This is a game about operational planning as much as tactics and strategy -- army composition, march order, recon, logistics and timing are essential to victory -- and each region is almost a sort of puzzle to be solved. Approach it as a new kind of challenge, rather than a conventional 4x, and you might be pleasantly surprised.
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Posté le : 11 novembre 2014
Has something a lot of strategy games are missing: supply lines. Every war campaign feels much more authentic now. You can also organize troops in cool looking battle lines with historical commanders in charge. Sometimes you don't have enough space for them though.
What I think is very awesome about the game is the quest system through which the scenario is being developed. It is like when you zoom out you see a pillar in every region which tells you about the respective history based quest line. Looks very nice and fitting. And the story is not strictly linear! RECOMMEND.
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Posté le : 12 juin 2015
An epic game that lets you build an empire and dominate the future of Western civilisation. Highly recommended.
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Posté le : 18 décembre 2014
Very good tactical/strategy game.

Though Hegemony Rome has improvements in many areas, this game feels more polished and just
'flows' much more nicely.

I would recommend this over H:Rome, unless you've played this one to death.
Though after further updates H:Rome may get better, good even.

In the meantime, anyone looking for a really good strategy game with tactical battles, logistical management,
and massive/grand scale; a game you can sink a ton of hours into, you've gotta give this game a shot.
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Posté le : 18 août 2014
Who likes RTS games and Ancient Greece, check this out! A chilly nice game for endless hours of relaxed fun. For me: I am postive surprissed and found this game by mistake.... ;-) Try the demo and conquer greece! But play it longer than 10mins, you need a little time to get it.
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Posté le : 2 janvier 2014
Players who e.g. like the Total War Series should give this a try as well as a low cost alternative. Unfortunately, there hasn’t been much marketing investment for the game overtime, though the concept is quite interesting. The game does not split up into a strategic and a battle map respectively, but lets the player scroll into the action from a more abstract point of view.
The fact that the player’s army size is limited, there are revolts, supply rules and the player faces at least constant skirmishes with his neighbours constitutes a permanent challenge. However, units gain experience, including the reduction of supply needs and the possibility to provide cities with walls helps the player to control his expanding territory. Furthermore the game is great for people interested in the history of the period.
Though not overwhelming, graphics are actually lovely and it is definitely worth giving the game a try if you are a strategy gamer.
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Posté le : 15 mars 2014
A brilliant combination of tactical and strategic decision making. I've never seen a game put such an intuitive and accessible logistics system into a game. Doing fast raids to burn farms is actually worthwhile and properly rewarded.
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Posté le : 12 avril 2014
This game is awesome. I love it honestly. The game covers a rare era in gaming, and it has very unique gameplay that makes this so awesome.
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Posté le : 20 août 2014
This game is very original, fun and smart, what do you need more in RTS game, it introduces new concept and the feels of it fit the ancient greece period well, graphics are not so good though but since it is an indie game I give them full respect, the next title will be better in everything including the AI, I am sure the developers will become big soon since the base and the concept of the game are original and tight.
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Posté le : 25 février 2015
If you're me, you'll immediately pick this game up without looking at the reviews because you're a Greek History nerd. If you're me again, you are deeply satisfied with the results.
Hegemony Gold is a game set during the wars of Ancient Greece, specifically around Philip II and the Peloponessian war. Instead of a game like Total War, all battles are set on the same map and provide a difficult challenge. You have to make sure your troops have sufficient morale and food or else they'll rout and either be captured and executed, or have to reform at the nearest city. It basically focuses more on the logisitics of war than the battles. Very interesting and highly recommended.
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Posté le : 12 juillet 2015
An epic strategy game which has a great potential. Playing this game is like playing chess :)

Epic history of Ancient Greece. Well done guys!
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