Styrateg
Styrateg
1.13

2.7

Styrateg free download for Mac

Styrateg

1.13
30 April 2007

Turn-based strategy game set in a fantasy medieval world.

Overview

Styrateg is a new and challenging turn-based strategy with strong RPG features, set in a fantasy medieval world.

The heavy clouds on the horizon gather as there are troubled times to come. The kingdom of a wise king is in danger. Legions of unearthly adversaries come from the unknown to spread the plague and disease across the ancient kingdom.

Your investigation and actions will take you through many adventurous quests in deep forests, hot deserts and frozen icebergs. You and your party will look for the clues to solve the mystery in ancient monasteries, countryside villages and blood bathed battlefields. Adventure awaits those who hear the callling. Lost treasures wait to be found.

What's new in Styrateg

Version 1.13:
  • Updated to work on 10.2 and up in one application as well as other fixes.

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3 Styrateg Reviews

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jonathan-dale
05 June 2006

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This seems like a decent turn-based RPG. However, there are some really annoying elements which need to be fixed before it can be playable. 1. You can die without warning, even though your health is at maximum. One instance is when you seem to move too 'far' from something - instant death (not good). Another instance is when one of the deformed creatures attack you with a certain spell (around Level 4) and you just seem to die; again, with no warning and maximum hit points. 2. After moving, the screen jumps around erratically to follow the character. This makes trying to smoothly apply a new action to the next character difficult. 3. There is no load game option from within the game itself; you have to quit to the main menu.
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Version 1.06
Gazman
10 June 2006
Nowhere near as polished as the open source (and free) Battle for Wesnoth.
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Version 1.06b
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Orion-Mk-V
Orion-Mk-V
28 June 2006
Agreed. BoW may look a bit more primitive (not by much), but the gameplay/game balance is better and the price can't be beat.
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Version 1.09
Jct
09 June 2006
Simple, somewhat amusing...worth $20? Thats debateable.
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Version 1.06b
jonathan-dale
05 June 2006
This seems like a decent turn-based RPG. However, there are some really annoying elements which need to be fixed before it can be playable. 1. You can die without warning, even though your health is at maximum. One instance is when you seem to move too 'far' from something - instant death (not good). Another instance is when one of the deformed creatures attack you with a certain spell (around Level 4) and you just seem to die; again, with no warning and maximum hit points. 2. After moving, the screen jumps around erratically to follow the character. This makes trying to smoothly apply a new action to the next character difficult. 3. There is no load game option from within the game itself; you have to quit to the main menu.
Like (1)
Version 1.06
1 answer(s)
Orion-Mk-V
Orion-Mk-V
28 June 2006
That, and the turn limits per scenario/mission, really take the fun away from exploring each map.
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Version 1.09