Dominions
Dominions
2.1.6

3.5

Dominions free download for Mac

Dominions

2.1.6
18 April 2005

Fantasy game where you become a pretending God.

Overview

Dominions - Priests Prophets & Pretenders is a turn based fantasy game in which you take the role of a pretending god. Each pretender is Lord and Master of one of fourteen cultures, each with its own individual strengths and weaknesses. With the aid of soldiers and mages you will conquer the lands of your neighbors in a struggle for total domination. Priests and prophets will preach throughout the world to spread your dominion, the manifestation of your divine supremacy.

What's new in Dominions

Version 2.1.6:
  • Ability to mod different gui looks for different nations.
  • New monster modding commands, #magicboost and #castledef.
  • Shape changing god automatically start with low HP form.
  • Assassination victims will now override a retreat order.
  • #selectitem accepts numbers too.
  • Maximum number of mods increased 50->100.
  • Improved error message when a mod needs to be installed in order to play your turn.
  • Fixed battlefield grid.
  • Destroyed local enchantments were sometimes still displayed even though they were no longer in effect.
  • Fishes with 'amulet of the fish' can now retreat to land provinces.
  • Goto province works on assassination messages too.

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1 Dominions Reviews

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Anonymous
04 November 2002

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This is a very engrossing game. It takes a little while to get up to speed because 1) the interface is not entirely intuitive (especially for mac users as it relies heavily on 'right clicking' or 'control clicking') 2) there is a great depth to the game. The demo is fully functional except that the most advanced units for each nation cannot be built. I have only played v. the computer but it also supports multiuser play across the internet. The game is very stable on my machine. (10.2.1 G4 Cube loaded with RAM)
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Version 1.1.3
Anonymous
04 November 2002
This is a very engrossing game. It takes a little while to get up to speed because 1) the interface is not entirely intuitive (especially for mac users as it relies heavily on 'right clicking' or 'control clicking') 2) there is a great depth to the game. The demo is fully functional except that the most advanced units for each nation cannot be built. I have only played v. the computer but it also supports multiuser play across the internet. The game is very stable on my machine. (10.2.1 G4 Cube loaded with RAM)
Like
Version 1.1.3