Strategic Conquest

Strategic Conquest is a two-player turn-based strategy game for the Apple II and Apple Macintosh, similar to Empire. It was published by PBI Software and the Macintosh version was continued by Delta Tao Software.

Strategic Conquest allows the player to control modern warfare units and conquer cities. It can be played either by two humans, or with a computer opponent. It also has the capability to be played over an AppleTalk network.

The player's objective in Strategic Conquest is to defeat the enemy and conquer the world. The world is divided into a rectangular grid made up of randomly placed islands, which contain cities. Cities can belong to either player, or they can be neutral. When controlled by either player, Cities can produce military units. Victory is achieved when all enemy cities have been conquered or when either player surrenders.

Though the game has not been updated since 1998, it is fully compatible with Macintosh System Software from 6 to 9, and is also playable under the Classic environment included with PowerPC versions of Mac OS X up to Mac OS X v10.4.

Read more about Strategic Conquest:  Game Setup, History and Development, Initial Position, Turns, Difficulty Levels, Detecting Enemy Units

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