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Included in the Platinum Edition are three titles:SpellForce: The Order of Dawn In a world beyond imagination... In their immeasurable greed and constant thirst for power, the thirteen most powerful Mages of all time doomed the land, hurling it into an endless spiral of chaos and despair.
Release Date: Nov 3, 2009
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Includes 9 items: SpellForce - Platinum Edition, SpellForce 2: Gold Edition, SpellForce 2: Faith in Destiny, SpellForce 2 - Faith in Destiny - Digital Extras, SpellForce 2 - Faith in Destiny Scenario 1: Flink's Secret Diary , SpellForce 2 - Faith in Destiny Scenario 2: The Golden Fool , SpellForce 2 - Faith in Destiny Scenario 3: The Last Stand, SpellForce 2 - Demons of the Past, SpellForce 2 - Demons of the Past - Soundtrack

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Price drop on SpellForce 2 - Faith in Destiny!

January 16th, 2014

Dear SpellForce fans,

to celebrate the release of our brand new addon "SpellForce 2 - Demons of the Past" ( http://store.steampowered.com/app/245050 ) we have decided to decrease the price of Faith in Destiny and Faith in Destiny Digital Deluxe version.

http://store.steampowered.com/app/65530/

So if you want to know more about the story of SpellForce 2 around the nameless and Zazhut which will end with "Demons of the Past", make sure to get your hands on the second addon of the SpellForce 2 universe now.

Enjoy
Your Nordic Games Team

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SpellForce 2 - Demons of the Past now available!

January 16th, 2014

Dear SpellForce fans,

we are happy to announce that the brand new Stand-Alone Addon for SpellForce 2, Demons of the Past, is now available on Steam.

http://store.steampowered.com/app/245050

For all of you who also want to have the Official Soundtrack, we have created a Special Soundtrack Edition for a good price:

http://store.steampowered.com/sub/36850/

Enjoy and see you in Eo!
Your Nordic Games Team

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“There haven't been a lot of games that manage to combine large scale strategy and role-playing together and be successful. Phenomic has made a damn good stab at it with this one though.”
8.2/10 – IGN

About the Game

Included in the Platinum Edition are three titles:

SpellForce: The Order of Dawn

In a world beyond imagination...


In their immeasurable greed and constant thirst for power, the thirteen most powerful Mages of all time doomed the land, hurling it into an endless spiral of chaos and despair. Entire countries were wiped out in the blink of an eye when the devastating power of the Elements was unleashed - Elements summoned by dark rituals. Continents shattered like glass, the pieces strewn about like leaves in the wind. Huge armies, bound by the the power of ancient runes, brought war and destruction to the lands that survived the initial onslaught. All that was left were a few islands, connected by magic portals.

Now, only a few years after the end of the Convocation, evil is back - stronger and more powerful than ever before - to finish what was started. Yet there is still hope. The prophecies tell of a human. A human damned to immortality, bound forever by the power of the blood runes…

Soon, the time will come when the power of one may change the destiny of many. For better or for worse...

SpellForce: Shadow of the Phoenix

By means of an enslaved god's life essence a dark necromancer is trying to reanimate the powerful circle mages and make them his unholy servants. Only the power of the Phoenix Stone will be able to prevent the returning of the Circle.


Thus the rune is summoned again to finally put an end to his former slave-masters.

But to free the special power of the Phoenix Stone, the blade of the Shadow Sword is required which is held by the rune warrior of Urgath. The two avatars need to combine their powers and work together to overcome this final enemy.

SpellForce: Breath of Winter

A Prince of Darkness, a Fial Darg, was set free through the Convocation and took over the reign over the Fire Empire. His whish is to bring the Renegades, the Gods of darkness, back to Eo.


For the Ritual, to make that happen, he needs the blood of a first-born Elve. But there is only one more left, Cenwen, the Elve Queen, who lives under the ice where she sings for the mighty dragon Aryn…

  • Innovative game design: The unique mixture of RTS and RPG elements offers a brand new game experience.
  • High degree of identification with the hero-avatar, whose skills and strengths can be improved by the player.
  • Click'n'Fight: This revolutionary control system guarantees instant action, the best possible overview and completely new tactical possibilities in battle.
  • 6 races - Humans, Dwarves, Elves, Dark Elves, Orcs and Trolls - that can be used simultaneously (!) to build settlements and fight battles and more than 30 different enemy races, from cowardly goblins to powerful demons, Fire Angels, Werewolfs and giant Ice Dragons.
  • A multitude of spells, divided into different categories of magic (white, black, elemental, etc.) and enchanted items
  • Awe-inspiring 3D-graphics with zoom levels from isometric to 1st-Person-views
  • Free game in SpellForce – The Breath of Winter: The Avatar can develop and upgrade his skills with every map he plays. This mode enables the player to try out other Avatars abilities without playing the main campaign again.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP/2000/Vista 32 Bit
    • Processor: Intel Pentium 4 1.5 Ghz or higher
    • Memory: 512 MB Ram or higher (1024 recommended)
    • Graphics: 3D graphics card with 128 MB Ram (GeForce 4Ti or higher) (256 MB Recommended)
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 4 GB
    • Sound: DirectX compatible
Helpful customer reviews
28 of 29 people (97%) found this review helpful
79 products in account
1 review
55.6 hrs on record
The best strategy game I've ever played. A must have for all strategy games lovers.
This game is quite old so don't expect any high-end graphics or controls.
If you have trouble with playing this game on Windows 7 or Vista you can find an .exe on the official forums. This game has a very long campaign and is very fun in the Coop mode with 2 other players. The content of this game is enormous reaching from 6 races with their own buildings, units and technologies to more than 100 different spells for your avatar.
With over 3 campaigns which tell an epic story and a coop mode with over 40 maps which each take approximately about an hour dependig on how you play this game can be fun for a long time.
Posted: December 24th, 2013
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11 of 13 people (85%) found this review helpful
47 products in account
1 review
0.9 hrs on record
Great game that Seamlessly blends RPG and RTS - although, if you find yourself not enjoying the RTS you can opt to charge through the enemy armies solo and attempt to win playing the game as a pure RPG
Posted: January 11th, 2014
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
205 products in account
3 reviews
59.1 hrs on record
This is probably one of the best games I have ever played, I would have said RPG or RTS but since it's pretty much combined I'll just stick to game.
I remember playing this game for the very first time years ago, I was so amazed about how AWESOME this was. Even though I never finished the game back then (I am on the brink of finishing it now..maybe) I would still play the ♥♥♥♥ out of it, doing whatever I could, killing whatever monsters I could find and finishing whatever quests I could get.
The RTS part of the game binds very well as well making the story even better.
Even though it's an old game and the graphics might not be top notch, it's a must have, for the gameplay and for the story.
Damn good game. Can't wait to move up to SpellForce 2.
Posted: January 26th, 2014
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
17 products in account
1 review
66.4 hrs on record
I dunno about 2nd Spellforce. But 1st one is an amazing game of my childhood. I still can play this game with pleasure. Anyone must try it!
Posted: January 28th, 2014
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
216 products in account
19 reviews
77.0 hrs on record
Spellforce is one of those few (or many) PC classic gaming gems, it's also one of those few good hybrids, this one mixes the one-man combat of an RPG with the strategy of an RTS.
This game is basically Lord of the Rings with a twist, the world is broken up into smallish islands and you play as whats called a Rune Warrior which are a group of people bound to a "master" that carries their rune, you can have a bunch of other Rune Warriors follow you too you start off with one and you get an extra slot every 5 or 10 levels.
There are sets of skills you can aquire by leveling up too, you start off when creating a character with one of these skills sets, there are 6 skill sets with 2 melee sets, 4 magic sets and a dedicated ranged combat set. Each combat set has an average of three skills per set, some have more and some have less.
To create a character you can chose to be a man or a woman and chose from a set of heads, aswell as your starting skill and stats, each skill requires a different set of stat(s) to level it up.
There are three campaigns, the Order of Dawn campaign (simply called "Campaign") which you play as the Phoenix Bearer (although at the time he doesn't know it)
The second campaign is the Breath of Winter you play as again a Rune Warrior who later in the game has a weapon called the "Shadow Blade".
In the third and fourth campaigns you can import a character from the Order of Dawn or Breath of Winter campaigns (asuming you finished them) there are two campaigns, you get a different character based on what campaign you did before, in the Order of Dawn you get the Phoenix campaign and in the Breath of Winter you get the Shadow Blade.
Aswell as the four epic campaigns there are two multiplayer modes, Free Game Mode which was added in The Breath of Winter expansion pack which allows you to go through maps that you see in the campaigns, aswell as a few maps made just for Free Mode, you can play solo or with another two friends through LAN and online through the now dead Gamespy server, (although i think some awesome person has made a patch to fix that (hopfuly), Playing in co-op is more enjoyable than playing by yourself, having buddies to play with has it's pros and cons like being able to have a larger force since each player has their own pop cap and you need to defend more than one base, although this isn't always a problem because in some maps you spawn fairly close to geather, in fact in some maps you spawn right next to each other.
Aswell as the co-op Free Game Mode you can play some PvP style multiplayer which up to two teams of three duel it out and in the Breath of Winter expansion pack you can use characters from Free Game Mode which gain XP and level up from kills made in multiplayer, even if an enemy kills some wildlife, although i havn't played much of PvP so i woulden't know too much about it.
There are two kinds of maps in freemode and campaign, there are what are called "RPG" maps which it's just your avatar(s) but even though it says RPG there is still a little RTS in it since you can use other Rune Warriors as i mentioned above up to 5 although they don't level up with you, so you have to do a bit of swapping out for higher level runes, which can be annoying especially when you have to ditch one of your favourate runes for a higher level one.
The second type is the "Standard" version which you get shrines (similar to the Hero shrine you summon your Rune Warriors with) there are 6 types of shrines each with their own slave rune which again doesn't level with your avatar but you find slaves every few levels, there are Humans, Elves, Dwarves for good and Dark Elves, Trolls and Orcs for evil each has different uses for the "standard" resources and uses one of the three "unique" resources, although some of the factions like Dark Elves will use more than one special or standard resource type with their structures, even very basic structures like the woodcutter's house.
When leveling up you get 2 skill points and 5 or 10 attribute points, after creating your character you can buy up to 8 more skills and skill sets, each skill set requires a different attribute level to be reached (the attribute that you have to level is different for each skill and most to all of them require more than one attribute to be leveled) skills can't be leveled higher than the skill set they are in, be careful what you spend your points on though because if you mess up you can't get your stats or skills back.
If you don't like controlling your units like an RTS don't worry you can take direct control of your Avatar although it is fairly clunky and selecting units can be a pain especially since you can still select your avatar in this mode, and attacking is annoying too, when selecting things there will be icons at the top left bellow your heroes icons showing what they can do, and the icon shows how far away they are from the target, you can also assign control groups to units but that probably wo't matter much since you won't be splitting your troops up as much because of the fairly restrictive population cap, and when you do it will be because you are leaving a few troops behind to help defend your base.
In campaign enemies can drop loot, from quest items to random jumk you can sell but in free game mode and multiplayer they don't which is especially bad with Free Game Mode but there is a dedicated marketplace map which sells a few special rune warriors, possibly every rune slave, a few special blueprints and loads of weapons, armour and rings and possibly every type of spell in the game but the worst part of Free Game Mode is trying to get the cash to buy everything.
Co-op in Free Mode is both harder and more rewarding, unless your really good it's best to stick to stolo in Free Mode, also the avatar (who represents you in-game) won't automatically attack enemies unless they attack him or he is ordered to.
In general i reccomend getting this if you are an RTS fan or an RPG fan or both this game is a must have.
Posted: January 19th, 2014
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