What's new in this update: 2 new levels, one you play as Sargon of Akkad, and another as ancient Egyptian and Kush empires. Many levels have been revised and received significant changes, most especially: the Metal Lords, the Modern Warrior, Raiding (which was made significantly easier since it was too hard), Pax Sapiens was fixed, Mediterranean Empire was fixed so that you can convert government centers, Alexander the Great has been changed significantly and been made into much more of a puzzle scenario, and Hannibal's March has been changed since there was a bug when farms were converted.
This campaign attempts to capture the developments of mankind from their earliest Paleolithic beginnings up until the end of antiquity.
I had a lot of fun playing Age of Empires when I was younger, and hence have some strong nostalgia towards the game. That was part of the reason for me putting all of this together. Comments are welcome.
Hey man i've just finished playing this campaign. I can say its one of the most fun campaigns ive played.
Although i got stuck many times on some of the missions where i literally have to use the cheat home run to complete them, this is one of the coolest campaigns ive ever played.
The map designs are neat and not too messed up like other campaigns where it makes things harder to spot.
Of all the missions ive played, i like the mission where u need to defend the 5 mirror towers.
Also the mission where u need to bring ur artifacts to the Fallen Star crater.
This is one of the neat campaigns out there so people should give it a try.
But i noticed one of the mission is too hard (almost impossible for me to play), the one where u need to destroy the temples of your enemies.
And some missions are way too easy, like the ones where u need to bring 4 Horse Archers and 4 Heavy Cavalry to your Gov Center.
Overall, this campaign gave me lots of fun and i admire your hardwork. (u might want to tweak the TIME setup in Roman Navy defense mission because sometimes the Lion dies before he was able to trigger the chain reaction and thus making the mission fail.)