Besieger introduces a world filled with feudal rivalry in which players can wage war as either Viking or Cimmerian warriors. Build flying vehicles for combat or siege towns on horseback in an effort to conquer factions such as Ogres, Werewolves, Centaurs, and other non-human races. The armored walls of a citadel can be shattered using a battering ram and competitors can pocket enemy buildings and equipment. Players can also retreat and accumulate forces behind their own armored citadel for a counterattack. Twelve huge levels with photorealistic landscapes, located in mountains, deserts, forests, etc.
Progressive economics allow players to spend resources constructing 40 types of buildings and honing over 50 different units for battle. Workers are created without cost to the player but must be trained for fighting and other special skills. This experience and fighting efficiency carry over as levels are defeated.
Besieger is a game of real-time strategy using ancient tactics of siege warfare, in a new fantasy setting. War has broken out between Vikings and Cimmerians - two ancient tribes that have lived in peace for centuries. While these two races of man fight each other, the evil race of Ogres fight them both. Lead Barmalay as he fights to free the Vikings, or lead Korin the Cimmerian as he fights to regain the old peace.
Hundreds of high-polygon models of animals, people, buildings, etc
Cinematographic camera with several convenient modes of control
A lot of multiplayer modes: Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, Cooperative, Hold Artifact, King of the Hill
For 1-16 players over LAN or Internet
1.0 GHz Pentium III or AMD Athlon
256 MB RAM
8X speed CD/DVD
1.5 GB Hard Drive Space
32 MB DirectX 8.1 Video card
DirectSound Compatible Audio Card
Input: Keyboard and mouse
2.0 GHz Pentium III or AMD Athlon
384 MB RAM
64 MB DirectX 8.1 Video card
EAX Sound Card
56k Modem or LAN for Multiplayer