When the last of the Mauryan Kings was assassinated in 232 BC, India once again became a collection of unfederated kingdoms. The dream, however, of a universal empire had not disappeared: it would be realized by the Gupta Dynasty, and would usher in one of the most creative periods in Indian history. The peace and prosperity created under the Guptas enabled the pursuit of scientific and artistic endeavors, and India experienced its golden age.
"Memories Of The Gupta Dynasty" is an historically accurate campaign with some fictional escapes. It covers a period of time from 319 AD to 409 AD, from the establishment of the Gupta Empire to the earliest Hun migrations, telling the deeds of the greatest Gupta Kings. Will you be able to repeat their brave exploits?
* Carefully read the Hints before playing a scenario, since loss conditions are usually stored there.
* This campaign was designed to be played with the original Age Of Empires. Playing it with Rise Of Rome is not advised, since it might result in unpredictable behaviours, such as stupids AI, not working tricks, missing eye-candies, etc.
* The suggested difficulty setting is "Moderate".
* This is my third AoE campaign. Also check "The Senate And People Of Rome" and "Underhand Dealings From The Hatti Archive". As always, any comment will be welcome!
Andrea Rosa, Cittiglio ITALY