European War

Developer: EASY Inc.

Current Version: 1.1

Last Updated: 7 years ago

Download Size: 29.7 MB - Download


European War (musket & artillery) is a new style strategy game for Mac. It takes you to battleground Europe during the eighteenth century and nineteenth century. In this game many tactics been used in order to defeat the other forces. You can select six empires: British, French, Ottoman, Russia, Germany and Austro-Hungary in this age. If your army conquest enemy’s territory your total tax revenue will be improved. You would get all of the empire’s Territories and improve yourself total tax revenue after your army conquered enemy’s Capital. Tax can be used to purchase cards (Draft Card, General Card, Marshal Card, Ship Card, Fortress Card, Cannon Fire Card.)

-Include five difficulty levels.
-Include 6 common cards and 6 empire‘s special cards.
-Include two mode: CONQUEST MODE and BATTLE MODE.
-CONQUEST MODE: select one of the six empires to defeat other empires.
-BATTLE MODE: select six campaigns (Battle of Toulon (1793), Battle of Marengo (1800), Battle of Austerlitz (1805), Battle of Tannenberg (1914), Battle of Galicia (1914), Battle of Gallipoli (1914)) .
-72 Territories (include sea and capital) every territory has its taxation.
-Extend risk style battle mode (easy, various and interesting).

Comfortable operation makes you play this game easier and have more fun.


Release Notes:

-bug fixes


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0
Review by I-am-a-gift

Awesome way to kill time (and imaginary armies) - This game is great, ESPECIALLY for the price. I used to play the board game Risk back in high school quite a bit so this is sort of nastalgic to play. The addition of the strategy/bonus cards are great. My only gripe is that it can take quite a bit of "resources" to capture a capital province. What I mean is take for example there is a capital province that I want to take and it has 20 units staged in the province and I approach with 60 units, I seem to get slaughtered and can be easily brought down to 5-10 units before I finally seige the province. But, it is sort of understandable because in reality, to lay seige to a fortress-capital would be very difficult. So I'm not going to knock it down a star for that. The AI is definetly great and even on easy can prove to be a challenge. Also, its nice that there is a bit of history incorporated into the game. It adds to the fantasy factor of playing the game. Props to the developer for pioneering these sort of strategy games for the Mac platform. I would like to see a larger map in the future, maybe in the form of some sort of expansion pack. I want to take over the world! ;-)

Found helpful by 7 out of 7 people
Version 1.1
Review by SecureAlias

Terrible App! - I am astonished by the other reviews I have read, as my experience with the game is entirely different. The game is played by purchasing and playing "cards" which allow you to perform actions such as deploying or equiping units, or bombarding your enemy. Units move around the board and attack each other, capturing territory, and gaining or losing tax revenue. Very much your standard strategy fare. Or at least that is the way the game is supposed to work. After 15 minutes of trying to play, I've figured out how to purchase and play cards, but I cannot figure out how to select and move units. It must be possible, based on the actions of my computer opponents, but I've tried every combination of clicking, arrow keys, and modifiers that I can think of. I can drag the board around, but the game just beeps at me when I try to click on units. I'm willing to assume that I'm stupid and that this is meant to be simple, but I expect that every game will have decent instructions to aid the idiots like me. The instructions given are exceptionally poor. There is no mention of how to perform simple actions such as selecting and moving units. The grammar is poor. Many sentences do not even make sense. E.g. The complete description of a Fortress card reads, "All points rolled by dice +1 in the round of defence. Can not [sic] act in 3 turns." I have determined that the author meant "die" (singular), not "dice" (plural), but I cannot discover what the author intended to be significant about 3 turns. I can only assume that the author is writing in a non-native languange and did not bother to have the text proofread. Beyond playability, I've already encountered several bugs. When switching in and out of fullscreen it is possible to cause the graphics rendering to go haywire, overlaying a continuously changing set of irrelevant images, and in the span of 15 minutes, I've triggered 2 full application crashes complete with error reporting. I can't remember if I paid anything for this app or if it was free. In either case, I paid too much. I want the wasted fifteen minutes of my life back. This app should never have passed QA testing.

Found helpful by 11 out of 16 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.1
Review by Snog Blog

horrible - Only buy this if you want to be stab a screw driver through your computer. I dont know how many times i would attack a with more than 2 times as many guys as my opponent and i wouldn't even kill half of their forces. What ever they have rolling dice is very loaded and favors the computer very heavily. Do not buy this, it is a waste of you money.

Found helpful by 6 out of 7 people
Version 1.1
Review by Bub doyle

GREAT!!! - The update totally fixed all problems! AWESOME JOB!!!

Found helpful by 5 out of 7 people
Version 1.1
Review by FranKaj

Not for El Capitan - Does not work. Open app and most of screen is black. The top of the screen shows the very bottom of the startup page. Have to force quit the application.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
Version 1.1
Review by dontscrewthisup

great game - This game is great, try it out, you will not regret it.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people