En una época de caos y agitación, el jugador se mete en la piel de un gran mago, un señor de la guerra que lucha por hacerse con el poder supremo.
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The Warlock: Master of the Arcane Complete Collection brings together the complete trials and tribulations of mage and magic which includes:

Warlock: Master of the Arcane – Armageddon
Warlock: Master of the Arcane – Return of the Elves
Warlock: Master of the Arcane – Master of Artifacts
Warlock: Master of the Arcane – Power of the Serpent
Warlock: Master of the Arcane – Powerful Lords

Warlock - Master of the Arcane
In a time of chaotic upheaval, the player takes the role of a great mage, a warlord vying for ultimate power. Your mission is to build an empire, expand your borders, research new spells and conquer your enemies. Become the ultimate Warlock and rule over all of Ardania!

Main Features:
  • Feel the magic: Research and master dozens of spells, conjure powerful enchantments and discover awesome spell combinations.
  • Ready an army: Command an expansive range of units, all with unique abilities.
  • Choose your strategy: There are various ways to achieve victory: by military, diplomatic or even magical means.
  • Fight your enemies: Engage in epic battles with large armies marching across the landscape.
  • Command the game: Enjoy an innovative city management system, where there are no routine actions, and every decision counts!
  • Have faith: Fight on the side of one of the eight gods. Complete their quests and spread their temples across the lands or become one yourself!
  • Follow the traditions: Warlock – Master of the Arcane inherits all the best elements of the famous turn based strategies of old.

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Warlock: Master of the Arcane - Armageddon

About This Content:
The ancient prophecy has come true. The End Times are near. The boundaries between worlds have fallen, and the Dremer have entered Ardania. The Great Mages are the only ones who can possibly defend the land, and now more than ever, they need a leader who can gather a force large enough to defeat the Dremer once and for all. Will it be you?

Key Features:
  • New Armageddon Game Mode: Fight against the powerful Dremer while terrible cataclysms tear Ardania apart
  • Two new Great Mages: The Dragon Queen & Krel the Kingpin
  • New Perks For Great Mages
  • Favor of Krolm – Adds 30 points of relationship with Krolm · Clean the Land – Adds the spell “Clean the Land” to the spellbook ·
  • Elven Followers – Provides a unit of Elven Archers · Elven Relatives – Ensures the appearance of an Elven village near a Great Mage’s capitol

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Warlock: Master of the Arcane: Return of the Elves

About This Content:
The elves from the knightly order of Arethi return to Ardania. They come not to serve as they did in the past but to conquer. They bring along the True Knowledge, and intend to share its’ light with everyone who will accept it, willingly or otherwise.

Key Features:
  • New race of the Arethi Elves with all its might and glory:
  • 18 new units
  • 20 brand new city buildings
  • Additional new perks and abilities
  • New Great Mage – Grand Master Amberon the Dark
  • New perks for Great mages:
  • Glorious Tactician - Increases the attack power of all units of a Great mage

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Warlock: Master of the Arcane – Master of Artifacts

About This Content:
The ancient and almost forgotten art of making artifacts returns to Ardania. Now every Great Mage can create powerful artifacts imbued with spells, abilities, or even strength of the gods!

Key Features:
  • Using special spells artifacts can be created
  • Special units of lords can be given artifacts (which will be available via free patch)
  • Artifacts can be found in monster dens, received as quests rewards, gained and lost during battles, bought from Trader of Artifacts or smelted to mana.

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Warlock: Master of the Arcane – Power of the Serpent

About This Content:
Play as the all new Great Mage, Malixalxochi, Wizard Queen of a powerful race of reptilian warriors known as the Koatl. Renowned for her cruelty and ferocity, she is a formidable foe to anyone in Ardania who dares oppose her.

The new Mage brings two new perks to the battlefield: Lord of Koatls and Koatl Training. As Lord of her race she can hire fierce reptile Spears, Hunters, Warlocks and of course the powerful Giant Turtle. Then instruct any of your units with Koatl training for increased protection from ranged an Melee attacks. Crush your enemies with the Power of the Serpent!

Key Features:
  • The Great Mage Malinalxochi, the Queen of Serpents.
  • New perks for Great Mages:
  • Koatl Training – Increased protection from melee and ranged attacks for all of your Great Mage's units.
  • Lord of Koatls – Ensures the appearance of a Koatl village near the capitol of a Great Mage.
  • The Koatl village is a local resource that allows for the construction of buildings that enable the player to hire Koatl Hunters, Koatl Spears, Koatl Warlocks, and a powerful Giant Turtle.

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Warlock: Master of the Arcane: Powerful Lords

About This Content:
You are introduced to two powerful lords: the High Blademaster and the Imp Adviser. The two lords will appear near the capitol of the Great Mage who selects the “Master of Blades” and “Demonic Adviser” faction perks at the start of the game.

Requisitos del sistema

    Mínimo:
    • SO: Windows Vista, Windows 7
    • Procesador: Dual Core
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: GeForce GT240 con 512 MB de VRAM o equivalente
    • Versión de DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Disco Duro: 4 GB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Dispositivo compatible con DirectX 9.0c
    Recomendado:
    • SO: Windows 7
    • Procesador: Quad Core
    • Memoria: 4 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: GeForce GTX460 con 1 GB de VRAM o equivalente
    • Versión de DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Disco Duro: 4 GB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Dispositivo compatible con DirectX 9.0c
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A 10 de 10 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
8.0 h registradas
Publicado: 9 de Septiembre
Un gran juego de estrategia por turnos al mas puro estilo Civilization, con variedades en cuento a ganar las partidas y una buena ambientacion, ya que introcude elementos fantasticos, como magia y hechizos, que le dan un ambiente nuevo a este genero, aunque el juego ya tenga unos añitos.
En resumen, un gran juego, y si lo conseguiste gratis como yo mejor que mejor, aparte jugando multijugador te lo pasas genial :D
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A 6 de 7 personas (86%) les ha sido útil este análisis
7.2 h registradas
Publicado: 10 de Septiembre
Un digno heredero del Civilizaton con el añadido y las cosas de los mundos de fantasia... sencillo de manejar pero con multitud de tipo de tropas, barcos, echizos que hace que si quieres sacarle todo el jugo y dominar a los enemigos en los niveles elevados tengas que aprender a manejar perfectamente todos y cada uno de ellos para saber en cada momento que necesitas y con que atacar a los rivales segun lo que ellos tengan...


por buscarle algo mal solo puedo decir que engancha demasiado y se te pasan las horas sin darte cuenta
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A 4 de 4 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
9.1 h registradas
Publicado: 20 de Septiembre
Muy parecido al Civilization, critica que seguramente estuvo presente en la mente de la mayoria seguramente, pero verdaderamente desde mi perspectiva es una manera distinta de divertirse con juegos de estrategia, teniendo otros mundos como ejemplo, lo que brinda una manera distinta de disfrutar un solo mundo. Para no ser tan positivo, el tutorial es algo confuso lo que dificulta al jugador ser guiado para tener un orden basico el cual seguir durante su trayectoria de "Jugador iniciado". Como flechas señalativas, mas recomendaciones; para seguir hablando del tutorial, desde mi punto de vista, el tutorial esta bien explicado pero carece de recomendaciones sobre CON QUE atacar a determinadas unidades, de esta manera, usarlas eficazmente. Llegando a un punto final, me gusta el juego, a la par del Civilization lo considero, salvo por las texturas y colores que se mezclan y dificultan la vision del jugador para saber distinguir un grupo de unidades de una capital.
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A 4 de 4 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
43.2 h registradas
Publicado: 13 de Septiembre
Juego por turnos.
Empiezas un poco receloso a ver que te vas a encontrar, pero luego acabas enganchado horas y horas.
Juego recomendable.
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A 2 de 2 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
3.3 h registradas
Publicado: 30 de Septiembre
Lo recomiendo, sin olvidar que podría ser mucho mejor.

Es prácticamente igual a Civilization, que quizá no es malo del todo, pues intentar añadir un mundo más fantástico dónde la magia cobra mucha importancia a lo que es ya de por sí un juego grande. Pero si has jugado a ese, Warlock se siente más limitado. Dónde el pensamiento "solo un turno más" siguie existiendo aunque en mucha menor medida. No engancha tanto, ni tiene tantas posibilidades como algún tipo de modo historia o campaña principal. Solamente configurar el tipo de partida predefinida con un tamaño de mapa, número de jugadores y dificultad.

Analizándolo independientemente de su antecesor, no está mal. Sobre todo jugando con amigos a los que ningunear. Varios tipos de razas, como de magos. Pues encarnaremos a nuestro jefe de facción que puede lanzar hechizos durante las partidas, siendo muy importantes tanto para curar nuestras unidades, penalizar las rivales o crear nuevas. Los ejércitos ganan experiencia cuanto más combatan, y conviene invertir en explorar para encontrar posibles tesoros repartidos por el mapa. O conolizar nuevas ciudades para expandir nuestor imperio.

Todos sus componentes están bien pensados, quizá porque ya están inventados, sumando pequeñas propuestas que en conjunto no terminan de encajar. Si lo consigues muy barato o incluso gratis por alguna oportuna oferta, adelante.
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A 2 de 2 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
12.7 h registradas
Publicado: 6 de Noviembre
Muy interesante, aunque al principio no entendia ni un carajo, pero conforme vas jugando vas aprendiendo como funciona todo, muy bueno y recomendable.
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A 1 de 1 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
3.5 h registradas
Publicado: 27 de Septiembre
Interesante juego 4X (construcción de imperios). Buena variedad de unidades, puedes llevar humanos pero si capturas una ciudad goblin puedes construir una academia de lanceros goblin allí. Las magias de tu héroe son muy útiles para reforzar tu estrategia, y se pueden elegir los avances de tus tropas conforme ganan experiencia. También se pueden contratar unidades únicas como mercenarios como si fueran héroes de Warcraft 3.

En puntos flojos, que no haya una campaña ni curva de dificultad ninguna. Se elige un tamaño de mapa, un estilo de terreno y una dificultad y ya. Que no haya historia ni campaña hace dificil encariñarse realmente con tu imperio. A veces por el mapa te encuentras unidades sin afiliación muy poderosas que te fastidian tus planes de expansión, pero supongo que es parte del juego.

El juego es sencillo y entretenido, engancha desde el primer minuto. Pero no tener avances de civilización, historia ni transfondo hace difícil mantenerse.
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A 1 de 1 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
2.0 h registradas
Publicado: 12 de Septiembre
He estado jugando un rato, y me parece un muy buen juego de estrategia.
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A 2 de 4 personas (50%) les ha sido útil este análisis
9.8 h registradas
Publicado: 21 de Octubre
Sinceramente, el juego me gusta. Tiene un gameplay muy adictivo, una dinámica bastante intuitiva y los escenarios son bastante complejos.

Sin embargo, lo que no me gusta de este juego son las metas que te plantea. Se repite constantemente. No he podido seguir jugando porque me cansó hacer lo mismo una y otra vez. Le faltan detalles estratégicos, personalizaciones, algo más de variedad, una IA que suponga un reto.

No soy un gran aficionado a los juegos de estrategia, pero este en concreto no lo recomiendo porque lo veo un poco simplón y desequilibrado.

Yo no pagué por él, no pagues tú tampoco...
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A 59 de 68 personas (87%) les ha sido útil este análisis
1.9 h registradas
Publicado: 8 de Septiembre
Great game! While you get the feel of Civ 5 with the grid layout, the comparison ends there. The focus of the game is combat and everything you do is related to this. I love how the city management is focused. You can't build every single building in every city you build. You have to focus on which resource your city with produce. And this can change depend on which resource tiles you have in your city limits. This game has hooked me better than both Civ 4 and 5 did. The low price is also a big +.
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A 26 de 30 personas (87%) les ha sido útil este análisis
6.0 h registradas
Publicado: 9 de Septiembre
I got this game free from the Humble Store and this are my first impressions after completing an 5 hours Skirmish match.

-There is no campaign, you have only the skirmish mode which you can play offline or in multiplayer.

-You get really fast into the game since there are not much ressources and the buildings are pretty much self-explanatory.

-Normal units get pretty fast useless when high-lvl heroes appear on the battlefield, since they casually oneshot entire unitgroups with one attack when they are highlvl.

-Defending and attacking castles/citys feels cool and not too hard.

-The AI is really acting "nice". The AI doesn`t send 781 drones into every corner of the map and is building expansions until you give up because the game would take 2 weeks to finish. They try to handle the threats on their own continents, isles and barely explore other continents with ships.

- The diplomacy system sometimes doesnt make any sense, they declare you war for no reason or want incredibly stupid high tributes from you to stay in peace.

- The graphic looks beautiful and is definetly to enjoy.


All those impressions were made on normal mode difficulty 3/5.

A few weeks ago I bought Fallen Enchantress...Even if I like the graphics from Fallen Enchantress more, the game couldn`t catch me. I can enjoy Warlock way more, thats why I am going to buy the dlc pack when its on sale.


Peace, Hexor.
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A 14 de 14 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
3.8 h registradas
Publicado: 14 de Septiembre
I got this game when it was being offered by the Humble Bundle store for free, and it has easily been one of the best free games I've received in the year 2014. A lot of reviews mention this game to be "Sid M's Civilization, but with the fantasy theme," and they are actually pretty accurate.

If you like the Civilization series (especially military victories), 4x games, turn-based strategy, fantasy themes, and disregarding diplomacy, then you should enjoy this game.

The aesthetics are great, and there are a lot of different unit types and character models. The detail put into the "world board" is very good. The music and sounds are great, and the feedback is always helpful in showing stats like how much damage is done and taken by units.

Warlock offers a helpful tutorial for people new to this type of game, however, if you are familiar at all with the Civilization series (or other games in this genre), then this part is easily skippable. Compared to Civilization V, Warlock is much simpler, and also heavily combat-based (as there are no cultural or economic victory routes). The learning curve is minimal to moderate, depending on your experience with turn-based strategies.

The gameplay is very fun - you start off by building something in your home city, and the game does a good job (like in Civ) of prompting/reminding you when you still have tasks to do (like building when your queue is empty, or moving idle units). After you building completes, you must wait x number of turns before you can build again, and this is indicated by a number next to your city name, which fills up each turn. I do not believe there is a "pay gold to rush build (instant-finish)" option.

The diplomacy is actually quite comical, as there is no negotiation ability - if the AI sends you a demand, you have to either accept or immediately go to war. You will probably notice that the AI enjoys making demands then randomly offering peace after a few turns, only to repeat this again and again.

Since the game is heavily combat-oriented, you will be focusing on building an army to destroy your opponents. There are also random creeps that will periodically spawn around the map, so it is essential that you invest in home armies in case one pops up close to your cities. The leveling up system for units is similar to Civ V, where you can choose different stats to increase (or perks) every time a unit reaches a new level (from battling). There is a large variety in the units you can create and the buildings you can construct, When you take over a city, you will have access to that particular race's build tree (ex: goblins, humans, etc).

In the pre-game screen, you can select from existing races, or create your own (you can pick from a pool of magic skills and perks like extra gold per turn).

Periodically, hero mercenaries will come, offering their service. They are very important, and boost your army strength considerably. Also, traders will come, offerring items that can be equipped by mercenary heroes. Consider investing in both of these whenever you have sufficient gold reserves.

Magic spells are helpful for winning the game, but not essential if you strengthen your stats in other things, like having a massive army, or a very high-level one. Spells include things like offensive attacks, heals (one merc hero has long range attacks AND heal spells; my personal favorite), summoning different units, and map alterations. Something fun to do to your enemy is to turn all of his city tiles to frozen plains or mountains.

Overall, the game is very, very fun, and it is easy to get into the "one more turn" mentality that results in you playing for 5 more hours when you originally told yourself you would only play for 1. If you like fantasy turn-based games similar to the Civilization series, give this game a try.

Highly recommend!

Cheers,
DJSF @DJSF's Rogue Reviews
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A 15 de 17 personas (88%) les ha sido útil este análisis
3.0 h registradas
Publicado: 19 de Octubre
Just like Civilization but with a fantasy theme ie: Rulers/Players are Wizards, Monsters, Undead, with a focus on casting spells.

More stream-lined in the micro-management than the others, & it's easier to keep tabs on all your units etc.
If you like Civ or Anno style of play you'll be right at home here.
There's nothing particularly not to like, it just lacks a bit of the depth of the others.

Click, click, click, just one more turn...
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A 13 de 15 personas (87%) les ha sido útil este análisis
75.6 h registradas
Publicado: 13 de Septiembre
This game was free for 2 weeks and I'm glad to have shared it with all of my friends, this game is what civ 5 wanted to be but couldn't because they are restricted by being realistic. And even though they are making the same type of game in the same style, it doesnt feel the same, the magic and magical qualities of everything add a very fresh feel to it, it has a much different progression path and includes spell research.
If you like civ 5 and you like magic, you really need to get this game, chances are a lot of your friends got it for free too, so there even should be a good ammount of players playing it.

Also my only complaint to have about it is that there are a few bugs, and it says that the game is final release, so these bugs which were fairly easy to find will not be fixed, the main problem with the bug that I'm thinking of is that its game breaking and is able to be used in multiplayer, which is generally not accepted as ok.


Story (Actors): 10/10 (The characters you can choose from have funny personalities, they're unique and fitting)
Gameplay: 10/10 (This is the same type of game as Civ BUT it also includes magic and type resistance, oh man this game is great!)
Presentation: 10/10 (Doesnt take itself too seriously, perfect for a game this style)
Soundtrack: 9/10 (Umm yeah whatever, bonus points for the Boing sound effects for undead arrows)
Replayability: 10/10 (50 Hours in already, spending days playing with friends. its a GG)
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A 10 de 10 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
21.6 h registradas
Publicado: 29 de Octubre
Personal Rating: Great Game, balanced, addictive and features rich.
Classic Rating: 8.5/10

I loved it from the first match - which i lost :)
As you know this is a fantasy turn-based strategy game: what i liked most is the great variety of mages (lords), troops (from humans to goblins to undead), monsters (snakes, bats, wolves, bears) and spells (elemental, arcane, attack/defense, healing/blessing), at your disposal.
You are never bored, even when you have to wait some turns in order to gather your resources.. moreover, the game HUD offers a truly good aid telling you which actions can be taken at your turn (build, research, attack, trade or diplomatic affairs).

The game automatically saves your match (you can save by yourself anytime, though); gameplay is basically one single battle against one or more enemy mages, over one or more worlds, till you achieve the victory or die trying. Multiplayer is supported too but i haven't tried it yet.
IMHO, one thing could have been done better: tutorial and general guidance through the game when you play it for the very first time: it's not that easy to be ready to go but the learning curve is not that high either.. once you start exploring menu and icons you get the feeling on what is what and how things work.

Strongly recommended, you can't miss Warlock: Master of the Arcane.
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A 12 de 14 personas (86%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 21 de Septiembre
English Review
This game is quite good. It is a strategy game, which I personally do not play. Good graphics, the ability to play multiplayer, which is really pleasing. It can be played as a campaign (offline). In the game you are driving your town, army, you can also grow it and build new buildings. The only thing I dislike is that it could be a little more interesting in the campaign, the multiplayer has been waiting for a slow expen level.
My rating 6/10.

Slovak Review
Táto hra je celkom dobrá. Je to strategická hra, čo ja osobne nemusím hrať. Grafika dobrá, možnosť hrať Multiplayer, čo je fakt potešujúce. Dá sa to hrať, ako aj kampaň (offline). V hre si riadite svoje mestečko, vojsko, môžte ho aj zväčšovať a stavať nové budovy. Jedine, čo sa mi nepáči je, že mohlo by to byť aj v kampani trošku zaujímavejšie, na Multiplayer sa dlho čaká a pomalé expenie úrovne.
Moje hodnotenie 6/10.
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A 9 de 10 personas (90%) les ha sido útil este análisis
116.5 h registradas
Publicado: 14 de Octubre
I found this game by pure chance. would recommend it to any and all strategists.

This game is for you if:
1. You like fantasy theme.
2. You don't care about depth of the diplomacy options.

★★★★☆
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A 5 de 5 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
59.4 h registradas
Publicado: 15 de Octubre
Very similar to Age of Wonders, those familiar with the franchise will find old concepts like leveling heros, unit enchantments, and summoning packaged in a new engine. The best way to describe it is like if someone combine Civ V and Age of Wonders, very fun game, though rough around the edges.
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4.0 h registradas
Publicado: 12 de Diciembre
Great
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A 4 de 4 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
14.4 h registradas
Publicado: 9 de Octubre
This one is a turn based strategy game,
I really liked it, Why? Let's explain.
First of all I got the idea of the game in 20 minutes ~ and then I started rocking, the tutorial explains a lot about the main things so you will get the idea of the game in no time (I've played only empire earth in strategy games category).
You can control and change game settings so it will match your own taste and difficulty:
You have 5 different difficulty levels which you can choose.
You may choose up to 5 (I think) extra worlds.
You may choose how many rivals will be.
You may choose faction, your character, your starting race and starting spell.
And the terrian of the world (flat or not).
And some extra things:
There are some states between factions:
Peace, War, Alliance and anti-aggresive. These made the game really cool and not boring.
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