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The classic real-time strategy game Age of Mythology: Extended Edition is full of choices that could build your civilization or tumble it to the ground.
Pray to the Gods for mercy. Take on legends in Age of Mythology: Extended Edition as you try to defeat rival towns. Grow and expand your civilization until it can advance through all the ages.
There are four ages for a tribe to progress through; the Archaic Age, Classical Age, Heroic Age, and finally the Mythic Age. Each advancement to a new age brings a selection of new units and technologies that you can use to trample your enemy.
With every advancement in your civilizations age, you’ll get to pick a new minor God, such as Aphrodite or Bast, that’ll reward you with new myth units, technologies, and expand your arsenal of God-like powers.
There are four resource types for you to collect; wood, food, gold, and favor. These four resources are used to train new units, construct a variety of buildings, research technologies, and more.
If you’d like to gain resources faster, you’re able to purchase upgrades that will drastically speed up your civilizations resource gathering.
Each tribe gathers favor in a way that honors their mythos. Vikings fight and hunt, Greeks pray, and Egyptians build monuments. Age of Mythology: Extended Edition is only available for Windows computers running Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10.
No, the Age of Empires series is full of games, all of which have a similar play style but vary in their difficulty and appeal.
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Is there a better alternative?
Age of Mythology: Extended Edition improves upon its older version as well.
Age of Mythology: Extended Edition is a fun and intense real-time strategy game where keeping the Gods on your side may mean the difference between life and death.
Yes, it’s a great game that has multiplayer options for you and your friends as well as a single player campaign mode for you to play.
Uninspired visuals. There's now only one game in the Age of Empires series that isn't getting a definitive edition, but that might not be the case forever.
Age of Mythology is a fan favourite and got an HD remaster (opens in new tab) in 2014, and it doesn't sound like Microsoft is done with the spin-off.
Age of Empires creative director Adam Isgreen says that mythology's future is up in the air, but that there are a lot of things that could be done with it.