50 Years is a fast-paced alternative to the bigger, longer turn-based strategy games. You can win or lose a game in a single evening. Either way you'll want to play it again.
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May 26, 2017
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November 24

Egyptians special changed

Now the Egyptians receive +4 faiths per year for each unit of food and begin without an additional 100 points of faith. They can still buy buildings for faith points, but the purchase price is higher. As before, the Egyptians don't do scouting.


Why is this done?
No scouting is a penalty. And the possibility of buying buildings for faith is not enough compensation for it. +4 faith for each unit of food is a good bonus that can compensate the lack of scouting.

Buying buildings for faith point
The cost of buying buildings for points of faith has increased. This is due to the fact that the previous purchase of buildings was too complicated in terms of calculations and strategy. Now the main bonus of the Egyptians is faith for food. A purchase of buildings for the faith can now be both used and not used.
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July 23

New special games: Pioneers and Daily Special

Daily Special

Daily Special Battle is a special game with some random conditions. That conditions change every day.

You can play "Daily Special" more than once per day, but only one win per day will count towards completed daily battles score.

At the moment Daily Special can have such conditions:
  • Only some nations are available
  • Only some religions are available
  • One of the buildings not available (this rarely occurs)

Pioneers
In this special game you can hire any unit for free!


But each building you have increases the cost of all buildings.


So you will have to choose carefully what building to buy.
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About This Game

Fast paced turn-based strategy
50 Years is a fast-paced alternative to the bigger, longer turn-based strategy games. You can win or lose a game in a single evening. Either way you'll want to play again.

Still a strategy
We love strategy games and we want to keep all those emotions that we had while playing them. That's why "50 years" is still a strategy. You will take difficult decisions and take risks.

Replayability
Quick matches doesn't mean that you will soon get tired of playing. if you loose you would play again just to survive longer. If you win you would play again to beat the game even better. Furthermore the element of randomness makes your decisions non-obivous.

Early game matters
We are sure that early game is one of the most fun parts of strategy game. Of course, the mistakes in early game can have unfortunate consequences and can even lead to defeat, but that is what makes this games interesting.

Features
  • Nations with unique abilities that you can choose at the beginning of the game.
  • Many paths of development.
  • Beliefs - experiment with a combination of beliefs, buildings and creatures, to create a strong economy and fearless army.
  • Well-chosen difficulty levels. Hard difficulty level is hard. And on the normal difficulty level the game is still fun to play.
  • Zombie chickens (and their sounds).

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, or 10
    • Processor: 2 GHc +
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 128MB
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 150 MB available space

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