Ancient and mysterious Shrines have revealed the location of an extinct alien home world. Discovered in the aftermath of the Gallius IV war, these Shrines unlock the most powerful technology in the Universe.Read full description
Build your empire upon the bodies of others!
Deadlock II: Shrine wars is an exciting game of strategy, resource management and military conquest. Take control of one of seven races as you search for the secret power an ancient civilization.
New for Deadlock II
A totally redesigned interface, streamlined for ease of use
New classifications of victory conditions for solo and multi-player play
Unlimited stacking capability
9 new combat units
Expanded seas and air combat
14 new buildings
13 new technologies
2 new world types
Sophisticated, new AI to battle against
Ability to establish player alliances
Colony assistant to automate tasks
Use the colony assistant to automate production of new units and resources
Each race has its own strengths and weaknesses - learn to exploit them to your advantage
Build, trade, research, attack - the event log will update you on your victories and defeats.
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Deadlock II: Shrine Wars is a turn based strategy game that allows you to play as seven different races with each race having their own campaign scenarios. Unlike a lot of games in this style, you are just fighting over one planet not managing fleets all over a galaxy. The game was released in 98 but it doesn't look much better than the original 95 game. You will position buildings in order to get the best bonuses to your morale, tech tree, etc. Combat is one of the more disappointing features in the game, you have no control of your units and instead give them orders before a battle beings, the fight will then end and let you know what happened while giving you the option to watch a replay. This could be handled well if the AI was good, unfortunately it isn't and many losses will likely be the fault of the bad AI. The game gives you some options for diplomacy but they are limited and the enemy races seem to do things very randomly. An ok game that didn't make the improvements it should have back when it was released, it is now quite dated and much better strategy games can be found.
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