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Ozymandias: Bronze Age Empire Sim
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Ozymandias: Bronze Age Empire Sim

Ozymandias: Bronze Age Empire Sim

Simulation, Strategy
25 players online
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Build an empire in a single sitting. All the strategy of a classic 4X in a faster format, which also shines in multiplayer.
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Build an empire in a single sitting. All the strategy of a classic 4X in a faster format, which also shines in multiplayer.
buy 14.99$
Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
Release Date11 октября 2022 г.
DevelopersThe Secret Games Company
PublishersGoblinz Publishing, IndieArk
OSMac, Windows
LanguageInterfaceVoiceoverSubtitles
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REQUIREMENTS
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Minimal
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: MacOS 10.14+
  • Processor: Dual Core
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD 4600 or equivalent
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
Recommended
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: MacOS 12+
  • Processor: Intel i5 or equivalent
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1 GB VRAM
  • Storage: 2 GB available space

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About the Game

At the dawn of history, Bronze Age kings built the first empires. Strategize their rise to power in a uniquely streamlined 4X. Expand your borders, build cities in tactical locations then raise armies to defend them. Each turn, you receive opportunities but must choose only one, complete the objective to earn the reward. Random victory conditions make every game different; custom victory conditions support different styles of play.

DISTILLED DESIGN
  • Focus on strategy over tactics, we’ve stripped the busywork out of 4X gameplay.
  • Combat abstracted into an innovative Power system, you only move armies and fleets.
HISTORICAL MAPS
  • 8 handmade maps charting Bronze Ages around the world.
  • 52 empires to play, traits give each a unique set of challenges.
SINGLEPLAYER
  • Learn how to play in a short story campaign about explorer, Gertrude Bell.
  • Climb the difficulty ladder against our data-driven AI, which doesn't cheat to compete.
MULTIPLAYER
  • Players take their turns simultaneously so there’s no waiting around.
  • Play well to earn Treasure in ‘live’ (short turn timers) or ‘asynchronous’ (long game timers).

Learn more in our PDF manual! Download it via a button on the right side of this page.

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Reviews about the game

Ozymandias: Bronze Age Empire Sim30.11.2023

I really want to like this game, its bitsized 4x, but i simply cannot. Whenever I win, I don't feel like I deserved it through my own ingenuity, but rather because the civilization is rigged to win. The same can be said for the losses, where I can play as optimally as possible, yet completely fail to even get close to contesting victory. There is no flexibility in play, with there being 2 main phases of play: expand with flags/food and expand with military/money. There is no nuance, nothing avoiding it, the game will eventually arrive at army spam, and whoever can spam the most armies wins (which is generally the civ who has the most rigged start). I have a considerable amount of hours in Civ 6, and I would say that I am half decent. Upon first playing Civ 6, I thought the AI boosts at harder difficulties were unfair, but the more I played the game, the more I realized that, as a human, I can adapt my playstyle to overcome the AI advantage. This is because Civ 6 has flexibility with gameplay. This is what Ozymandias lacks: flexibility. No matter the what civ you choose, you will be forced down the same route. It's just some are better suited for the route than others. Its like putting Gandhi, Seondeok, and Alexander together into a game of domination Civ 6 and expecting a fair matchup. But tbf, even that is a more fair game than some of the maps in Ozymandias, because at least you can change how you play. TL:DR, no player expression and flexibility. Only min-maxing; a cold, calculating, perfection where if you take one misstep, the end is already sealed.

Vague Antelope
Vague Antelope
I don't recommend
Ozymandias: Bronze Age Empire Sim08.12.2023

Honestly..get CIV 6 if you are planning to get this game. The Tutorial labelled "Power" doesnt make any damn sense. Despite me having all the upgrades, the Assyrians always win. The "mathing" calculations within the game do not make any sense. At times i think I should be winning (with all the armies, defense bonus and stuff), and yet I can still lose. I tried completing missions, Just doesnt make sense on how the AI is able to steam roll everything. After a while the game feels dull and boring, honestly just avoid it. You are better off getting other games than this. I cannot recommend a game that just isnt balance and the AI is unfair to stupid levels.

Endless Asp
Endless Asp
I don't recommend
Ozymandias: Bronze Age Empire Sim19.12.2023

Ozymandias, a 4X turn-based strategy game, impresses with its versatile learning curve and engaging difficulty levels. The incorporation of lighter rounds for relaxation adds a pleasant rhythm to the gameplay, while the music enhances the overall experience. That being said, a notable drawback lies in the potential impact of early rounds on the entire match. In my opinion, despite this, Ozymandias offers a compelling and immersive strategic experience, making it a noteworthy addition to the genre.

Hon Badger
Hon Badger
I recommend
Ozymandias: Bronze Age Empire Sim28.11.2023

Good and elegant fast paced 4X. Quite boardgame-like. A game can be finished in one sitting if you have a bigger chunk of time.

Alternative Stoat
Alternative Stoat
I recommend
Ozymandias: Bronze Age Empire Sim18.12.2023

A fairly simple empire builder with deterministic combat and a ton of arithmetic in calculating income and expenses. The "key" to winning is undoubtedly grabbing as much territory as fast as you can while beefing up the resource yield -- prioritizing expansion and research depending to the most plentiful terrains. This strategy only needs to change once you establish common borders. That's when money becomes important to create armies and enhance power. From then on, if you managed to occupy the greatest swath of land, then victory is highly probable. If not, you're in for a constant struggle for land, endlessly shifting army locations and building new ones when you think it's safe to stop the constant bleed to maintain/increase power. Since players take turns simultaneously, you'll never know if and how much power your rivals will muster in the contested areas. Players who have two or more open fronts will often need to move armies to between them. If the attacker decides to cease the pressure while the defender brings in armies to defend, then the situation reverses. You can never infer other player's decisions since armies can nearly teleport across the territory. There is no diplomatic system either, so whichever culture has the best start, keeps the pressure, and doesn't screw up, is automatically a winner. The random bonuses that come in each round don't do much to change this fact. The game needs either a diplomatic system, a turn limit, or a nerfed army movement, maybe all of them. Can't recommend it otherwise.

Willing Ptarmigan
Willing Ptarmigan
I don't recommend
Ozymandias: Bronze Age Empire Sim17.12.2023

Interesting little 4x game that I can see myself digging a few hours into. it lacks the depth of a Civilisation-style game but the AI is pretty good and theres a decent but simple tech tree so its quite stimulating.

Drunk Lizard
Drunk Lizard
I recommend
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