The original castle sim, Stronghold HD allows you to design, build and destroy historical castles. Engage in medieval warfare against the AI in one of two single player campaigns or online with up to 8 players.
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Megjelenés dátuma: 2001. okt. 19.

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Stronghold HD vásárlása

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április 25.

New Language Support

Brazilian Portuguese Now Available!

For the first time ever our updated HD version of the original Stronghold (2001) is now available with full BR-PT language support:

  • On-screen text, subtitles and sound.
  • Over 1000 lines of spoken dialogue and 1.5 hours of new audio.
  • Hear your favorite characters insult you in your native tongue!
  • A first for Stronghold HD.

As with the release of the original HD update in late 2012, this new language is free for all existing owners of the game. To change the game language for Stronghold HD on Steam please follow these instructions:

  1. Log into your Steam account.
  2. Right click on a game from the Steam game library and choose Properties.
  3. Go to the Language tab.
  4. Select the language you wish to use from the drop-down menu.
  5. Click OK.

Please Note - Files for this language may need to be downloaded before you can play.

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A játékról

The original castle sim, Stronghold HD allows you to design, build and destroy historical castles. Engage in medieval warfare against the AI in one of two single player campaigns or online with up to 8 players.

Story

With 21 missions to test your mettle and four renegade lords to defeat, it is up to you to reunite medieval England and take back your lands from the treacherous Rat, Pig, Snake and Wolf. Missions range from breaking sieges and capturing enemy castles to raising gold and holding off enemy attacks. Also featured is a full economic campaign, tasking players to gather resources and build weapons within the time limit.

HD Edition

With new high resolution graphics you have more control over your soldiers than ever before. The new HD battlefield view allows you to zoom out and play in real-time, with the whole map on one screen. Advance on the castle gates while flanking the enemy from behind, feign retreat and lead your foe into a deadly trap or just sit back and watch the destruction unfold.

Features
  • Join the fight for medieval England as you drive back the forces of the villainous Wolf.
  • Design and build your very own castle, with a working economy and brutal killing zones.
  • Battle through 21 story-based missions, defending against enemy attack and dominating your foes.
  • Besiege famous historical castles in unique game modes such as “Siege That!” or build to your heart’s content in the combat-free economic campaign.
  • High resolution graphics allow you to view the entire map on a single screen.
  • Steam Cloud support for saved games.
  • Updated for Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 compatibility.

Rendszerkövetelmények

    • Operációs rendszer: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8
    • Processzor: 1.6 GHz egyenértékű Intel vagy AMD processzor
    • Memória: 512 MB RAM
    • Video: 64 MB-os videokártya hardveres Transform & Lighting támogatással
    • Merevlemez: 2.5 GB tömörítetlen szabad terület
    • Hang: DirectX 7 kompatibilis hangkártya vagy jobb
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c (mellékelve) vagy magasabb
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cepanius
( 29.4 óra a nyilvántartásban )
Közzétéve: június 28.
nostalgy is strong with this one :)
if you are intrested in stronghold series buy this one and crusader (not second one) maybe stronghold 2 but crusader 2 and stronghold 3 are not good. im not sure if stronghold legends is on steam too but if it is i recomend it aswell
damianking122
( 7.7 óra a nyilvántartásban )
Közzétéve: június 24.
Fun but know one plays multiplayer if u do and see this hit me up send me friend request
Rico
( 10.2 óra a nyilvántartásban )
Közzétéve: június 22.
Good strategic game. Nice maps, awesome characters and good army characters and the economics system, You may build your own castle and create your own Lord in charge of you army :)
Just check yourself in the medieval universum :)
Be the Winner or the Loser of big medieval war :)
KmDus
( 8.9 óra a nyilvántartásban )
Közzétéve: június 18.
my all time favorite real time strategy game
TheReakingDead
( 8.6 óra a nyilvántartásban )
Közzétéve: június 15.
This is a great game however it does not allow the skirmish mode which means you are only left with singleplayer and multiplayer and if you are like me then multiplayer is really not my thing for this type of game. This is a great game but there is little to no replay therefor the game only gets 6/10
Audish
( 8.5 óra a nyilvántartásban )
Közzétéve: június 15.
It's strange that there aren't more castle-builder games out there. It's the thing that literally everyone who goes to the beach or gets in the vicinity of building blocks does, after all. But even after 15 years, we really just have the Stronghold series to fall back on. I've been looking at a lot of classic builder games lately and many don't hold up well at all anymore, but I have to say that the original Stronghold managed to surprise me.

As you've probably gathered, Stronghold puts you under the heavy brow of a king in command of a castle. Arranged much like an isometric real-time strategy game like Command & Conquer, most maps start you off on an undeveloped piece of land on which to place your keep and granary, and then fill in the buildings and walls from there. The maps are fake 3D, which is to say they're 2D tiles placed at elevations to give the illusion of 3D, but they work better than the imperceptible voxel messes of early Tropico games.

The development of your castle is a pretty interesting balance of peasants and resources. You have a respect rating with your people, and as long as it's positive new peasants will come to your keep to work for you. They'll man the buildings you construct, from woodcutter sheds to apple orchards to blacksmith shops, and produce the raw materials you need to build and trade. As long as you keep up with their needs for food and shelter, your castle can continue to expand into a sort of walled town, complete with social edifices like churches and taverns and little decorations like flower beds.

Your people also need security, which is what the walls and barracks and blacksmiths are for. Stronghold doesn't just look like an RTS, it plays like one too. Depending on the scenario you might have to fend off wolves or bandits on the regular, or you might be scrambling to build an impenetrable castle before a siege-ready army arrives. Fielding your army is as simple as producing their weapons and churning them out of the barracks, but commanding them can be a bit touchy as it often is in older games like this. The lack of detailed commands almost makes the game play like a tower defense, watching the enemies stream in from marked paths and positioning your own troops as effectively as possible on your towers and at your gates.

There are two full campaigns to conquer, along with numerous single missions and an open-ended Siege mode. The military campaign features an entertainingly British story of betrayal and intrigue, and missions that have you both building castles to withstand sieges and besieging other castles. The economic campaign is much thinner on story and challenges you to produce certain goods under not exactly ideal circumstances. The HD upgrade the game got awhile back makes the visuals quite crisp and pleasing, and the sound design benefits from some excellent voice acting, detailed sound effects, and a terribly appropriate soundtrack. In the end it's not such a bad thing that there haven't been so many castle-builders in the last decade, because Stronghold still stands as an excellent execution of the concept.
tieio
( 1.7 óra a nyilvántartásban )
Közzétéve: június 13.
Nope. I really only liked Crusader, the rest are garbage to me.
ZaidusRecon
( 3.9 óra a nyilvántartásban )
Közzétéve: június 8.
Excellent castle builder, good detail, gameplay can be slow at times. Just like those mobile games, seeing your kingdom slowly progress can be captivating, so I generally choose to not go with these kinds of games. I want intense gameplay, requiring skill and speed.

Still, this game is probably the best of its category. At least, from what I've experienced. Not that I've experienced much in this category, for the reasons above.
Miz
( 20.8 óra a nyilvántartásban )
Közzétéve: június 3.
Horrible "narrative" experience, but it hasa very humorous English feel to it. More Monty Python than Game of Thrones of course.

This is a genuinely different take on the RTS genre. It's sort of a supply chain simulator + tower defense game + rts game.

You will mostly be making sure your inputs and outputs are efficient in your base area, and building defenses so that the enemy raids don't crush you.

The actual attacking part of the game plays a lot like any RTS from this era, and it's almost always the least interesting part of your time with this game.

Also keep in mind that none of this is abstracted. You will actually see the peasant walk from the dairy farm to the place where the food is dumped. If you put the food place (granary) to far away it could have an impact on your army economically. Maximizing your supply chain is *required* for victory on the normal difficulty in this game.

Yet

This focus on economy and tower defense means that this game is SLOOOOOOOOOW paced. You will spend the first 20 (real time ) minutes getting your supply chain worked out.

The A.I may then throw some weapon at you that you were not prepared for and your walls will be punctured and it's basically game over as they wreck your carefully tinkered economy.

You need a lot of time to beat this game on even a normal difficulty.

Great value game and also a gameplay idea that you don't normally see. The closest approximation would be the iphone typeof base builder games. But this is much more complex and isn't built with any of the fee-2-play mechanics. Also this game came out waaaaaaaaay before smartphones.
Piraja27
( 0.2 óra a nyilvántartásban )
Közzétéve: június 3.
It is my own fault for not doing enough research but I was highly disappointed with this game.
Unlike Stronghold Crusader this game does not have the free selection of NPCs to fight against. You only get prebuild castles, fights and armies.

And I dunno what in the world this Ranger installion to make this work is all about, it seems iffy to ask us instal such things.

Either way, if I had to recommend you a game on this series, go with the Crusader one. The original one.
Leghasznosabb értékelések  Az elmúlt 30 napban
28 emberből 26 (93%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
Ajánlott
8.5 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: június 15.
It's strange that there aren't more castle-builder games out there. It's the thing that literally everyone who goes to the beach or gets in the vicinity of building blocks does, after all. But even after 15 years, we really just have the Stronghold series to fall back on. I've been looking at a lot of classic builder games lately and many don't hold up well at all anymore, but I have to say that the original Stronghold managed to surprise me.

As you've probably gathered, Stronghold puts you under the heavy brow of a king in command of a castle. Arranged much like an isometric real-time strategy game like Command & Conquer, most maps start you off on an undeveloped piece of land on which to place your keep and granary, and then fill in the buildings and walls from there. The maps are fake 3D, which is to say they're 2D tiles placed at elevations to give the illusion of 3D, but they work better than the imperceptible voxel messes of early Tropico games.

The development of your castle is a pretty interesting balance of peasants and resources. You have a respect rating with your people, and as long as it's positive new peasants will come to your keep to work for you. They'll man the buildings you construct, from woodcutter sheds to apple orchards to blacksmith shops, and produce the raw materials you need to build and trade. As long as you keep up with their needs for food and shelter, your castle can continue to expand into a sort of walled town, complete with social edifices like churches and taverns and little decorations like flower beds.

Your people also need security, which is what the walls and barracks and blacksmiths are for. Stronghold doesn't just look like an RTS, it plays like one too. Depending on the scenario you might have to fend off wolves or bandits on the regular, or you might be scrambling to build an impenetrable castle before a siege-ready army arrives. Fielding your army is as simple as producing their weapons and churning them out of the barracks, but commanding them can be a bit touchy as it often is in older games like this. The lack of detailed commands almost makes the game play like a tower defense, watching the enemies stream in from marked paths and positioning your own troops as effectively as possible on your towers and at your gates.

There are two full campaigns to conquer, along with numerous single missions and an open-ended Siege mode. The military campaign features an entertainingly British story of betrayal and intrigue, and missions that have you both building castles to withstand sieges and besieging other castles. The economic campaign is much thinner on story and challenges you to produce certain goods under not exactly ideal circumstances. The HD upgrade the game got awhile back makes the visuals quite crisp and pleasing, and the sound design benefits from some excellent voice acting, detailed sound effects, and a terribly appropriate soundtrack. In the end it's not such a bad thing that there haven't been so many castle-builders in the last decade, because Stronghold still stands as an excellent execution of the concept.
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7 emberből 6 (86%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
Ajánlott
8.6 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: június 15.
This is a great game however it does not allow the skirmish mode which means you are only left with singleplayer and multiplayer and if you are like me then multiplayer is really not my thing for this type of game. This is a great game but there is little to no replay therefor the game only gets 6/10
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16 emberből 9 (56%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
11 személy találta viccesnek ezt az értékelést
Ajánlott
6.6 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: május 30.
My granary stocks were too low sire.
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6 emberből 3 (50%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
Ajánlott
3.9 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: június 8.
Excellent castle builder, good detail, gameplay can be slow at times. Just like those mobile games, seeing your kingdom slowly progress can be captivating, so I generally choose to not go with these kinds of games. I want intense gameplay, requiring skill and speed.

Still, this game is probably the best of its category. At least, from what I've experienced. Not that I've experienced much in this category, for the reasons above.
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2 emberből 1 (50%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
Ajánlott
10.2 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: június 22.
Good strategic game. Nice maps, awesome characters and good army characters and the economics system, You may build your own castle and create your own Lord in charge of you army :)
Just check yourself in the medieval universum :)
Be the Winner or the Loser of big medieval war :)
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Ajánlott
2.2 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: 2015. november 18.
More than 15 years old and still a better strategy game than Stronghold 3...
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211 emberből 201 (95%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
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Ajánlott
0.5 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: 2015. január 6.
The axe cutter dude is probably the most blood thirsty, savage, over powered unti in the whole game. I've seen that guy do crasy ♥♥♥♥ just to get fire wood for me including killing enemy axe cutters, destroying enemy catapults to collect the wood that the catapult is built with, and taking arrow fire just to get the last tree of the land. I respect these men.

10/10
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452 emberből 358 (79%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
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Ajánlott
131.8 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: 2014. február 11.
caaaaaan't place that there milord
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118 emberből 110 (93%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
Ajánlott
22.6 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: 2013. október 19.
An oldschool RTS focused on resource management, Stronghold is probably still one of THE most accurate castle simulations you'll find, as more focus is given to castle management than elemination of enemy units.
The novice RTS users or those who generally lack patience need not apply, as a lack of steam overlay (patch supposedly in progress) and general resource management focus means plenty of focus being required to see to the incredible intricacies.
All of this said, avoid Stronghold Legends since it ends up just NOT being Stronghold, and avoid Stronghold 2 since it ends up being about where the series falls apart due to hitting the polygonal 3D ceiling pretty hard.
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