Guide one of 12 races on their first interstellar journey from a single planet, until it becomes a mighty pan-galactic empire.
Évaluations d'utilisateurs : Variable (14 évaluation(s))
Date de parution: 10 juin 2010
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“For a 4X strategy title it hits a lot of the sweet spots you want and is a great entry for anyone who wants to give running a star spanning empire a whirl.”
75 – Strategy Informer

“Armada 2526 is a very solid game, it is well designed and provides a good gaming experience to the player.”
80 – Space Sector

“Varied alien races with different needs and requests means each play through will require different strategies, giving the game a great amount of replay value.”
70 – Game Zone

À propos de ce jeu

Soyez le guide d'une des douze races qui voyagent de planètes en planètes jusqu'à créer un empire galactique.
Gérer votre empire à partir de la carte de la galaxie, déployez votre flotte et poursuivez vos recherches, votre diplomatie et vos échanges. Mettez au point une stratégie.
Explorez l'univers et trouvez de nouvelles colonies. Transformez vos planètes en bunker, faites des alliances, utilisez la menace ou demandez des faveurs. Après avoir épuisé les ressources diplomatiques, ayez recours au combat dans des environnement 3D splendide et partez à la conquête de la galaxie.
Profond et stratégique, un conseiller vous seconde pour vous aider à prendre des décisions rapides.
Contrairement à d'autres jeux, Armada 2526 fourni un jeu qui peut être fini en un temps raisonnable qui met l'accent sur la stratégie plus que sur la micro-gestion économique.

Comprend :


  • Carte des étoiles avec jeu tour à tour pour faire progresser les escadrilles, gérer les colonies, faire des recherches et l'activité diplomatique.
  • Taille des cartes et nombre de joueurs personnalisable. D'une confrontation à deux joueurs jusqu'à des galaxies pour plus de 50 joueurs. L'éditeur de carte est inclus.
  • 12 races aliens à combattre.
  • Système diplomatique complet. Avec une intelligence artificielle, des options pour faire des demandes, poser des ultimatum...
  • Plus de 100 technologies pour les recherches, avec construction de vaisseaux comprise, recherches biologique et pouvoirs psychiques.
  • Système de bataille en 3D avec plus de 100 vaisseaux de part et d'autre.
  • Combat au sol intégré qui permet aux marines de débarquer pendant que la bataille fait rage dans le ciel.
  • Plus d'un centaine de modèles de vaisseaux dont les dreadnaughts, les croiseurs, les chasseurs, les transporteurs et même des astéroïdes pour bombarder les planètes.
  • Adversaire I.A. difficiles.

Configuration requise

    Minimum :
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows® XP SP3 / Vista / Windows 7™
    • Processeur : 2,4GHz Intel® Pentium® ou équivalent AMD®
    • Mémoire vive : 1 Go de RAM
    • Carte graphique : Avec 128 Mo de mémoire vidéo compatible DirectX® 9.0c avec Pixel/Vertex Shader 2.0 support
    • DirectX®: DirectX® 9.0c
    • Disque dur : 3 Go d'espace disque
    • Son : Carte son compatible DirectX® 9.0c
Évaluations intéressantes des utilisateurs
2 personne(s) sur 3 (67%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
13.4 heures en tout
I should have posted it years ago when I bought the game, but here it is : don't.

the AI is frustrating, to the point that you get to pride yourself with a sizeable "attack fleet" made up of say, ten ships and a few space infantry units, then you get to some remote area in the enemy's empire only to find he has ten times more of everything. Extremely difficult game, even though the interface or the management is quite easy to understand. The last frustrating item is the inability of your opponents to have a coherent behavior. Allies for twenty turns, they turn on you just to kill one civilian in a colony, and that's it.
I don't know what these guys did after that game, but I hope it included a sufficient amount of self-criticizing
Posté le : 28 août
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3 personne(s) sur 5 (60%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
4.5 heures en tout
this one is hard to place, it's like civ but less... well everything. i found war is a thing that you made youself, and if you didn't you'd never go to war. the tech tree only seemed to serve as a trading boon as the game simply became a trade them up after all stars were taken. i'm sure there is a more rich experence if you warmonger but that just doesn't seem right to me but for what it's worth it's alright i guess.
Posté le : 16 août
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4 personne(s) sur 9 (44%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
23.0 heures en tout
This is one of the first space strategy games I got into. It is very accessible and easily sparks your imagination. I am looking forward to diving back in.

At this point I can't see much difference between this and when I played the gold edition. My only criticism is the music - there isn't enough! I do think the themes and moods of the music are fitting but the tracks need to be more varied and longer.

The aesthetics of the interface are a little bland and dated but it hardly gets in the way. This is a good introduction to anyone wanting to get into strategy games and in particular, space strategy.
Posté le : 10 juin
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1 personne(s) sur 6 (17%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1.6 heures en tout
an ok 4x game.
Posté le : 22 juin
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8.1 heures en tout
Very basic for a 4x Space Empire-type game. There are much better, competing games at near the same price point such as Endless Space (which I don't really like, but do like better than this) & Space Empires V. Battle is pretty flat, no ship customization options (only through tech unlocks), very shallow technology trees.

One feature that I did like and did not expect to find in a game of this low-end quality, was the ability to schedule repeated round-trip shuttling of popuations, or other land-based assets.

If you can get this game on sale for $1 then maybe give it a whirl, otherwise pass.
Posté le : 8 septembre
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192 personne(s) sur 200 (96%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
87.7 heures en tout
So I played the game here and then I purchaed the gold edition on Gamer's Gate. The game is fun to play and moddable. However once you hit turn 200 or colonize 20 planets the game has a dramatic slow down in game play. At that point you'll mostly be waiting on the Resource or Population Manager, often times 20 mins plus for your turn to come up. At turn 200, I was just getting into the game and having fun. So I checked if there was a fix for this. No fix. Per the developers, the game is not designed to be played for long periods or for you to colonize every planet in sight. I usually won the game after 30-45 minutes of game play, often winning before I ever met another race, having gotten bored with that, I modded the victory conditions for more time. What's the point of having a universe with hundreds of planets, but if you colonize more then 20 planets, the game becomes unplayable with long periods (many minutes waiting on the AI to complete processing your turn) between turns. Eventually you'll get tired of waiting and hit crl+alt+del, kill the game and go play something else.

The other thing is that diplomacy is a joke. The ai will attack you, make peace, agree not to attack you for 20 turns, 5 turns later will attack you again, make peace, make you an ally, attack someone else, you'll attack the enemy of your ally, they'll make peace, you won't even know they made peace, etc. Or you can attack another race, make peace, attack them again, make peace, etc. If a planet has too amny defesnses, buy the planet, the ai will sell any planet they have except their home base. Hey, there's an invasion fleet at your planet, just buy their ships if you have the cash.

Iif you manage to wipe out a race, they'll become friendly and start asking you for tech, even though they don't have any ships or planets and you've completely wiped them out.

I've never been able to get thru all the techs in the game, just takes to long to research them and playing with the default game without modding, you'll just barely scratch the surface. Once you've researched every tech in a particular catagory, it would have been nice to get a messages about it, but you don't so you have to keep checking and then remember to go thru every planet and delete that type of research facility. I have noticed from conquered planets that the ai does not have the same limitations as you do when it comes to building research facilities. So the top tier reseach facility, you can only build 1 for your empire, where as the ai can build 4 per planet. And on top of that, the ai will always be willing to sell you any tech that you don't have and they've researched.

If you are thinking about getting the Supernova expansion pack and that they have fixed these issues. Sorry, they're still there. I really didn't see any point in it.

So all in all the game is fun in the beginning, is moddable, but has too many issues to keep you inteserested for any length of time.
Posté le : 23 janvier
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