Wildfire Games has released quite possibly the largest mod for "Age of Empires II: The Conquerors", featuring the replacement of the Meso-American civilizations of the Aztecs and the Mayans with the Romans and Greeks. With over 30,000 downloads and featured on the cover disks of PC Powerplay from Australia and GameStar from Germany. Both are leading gaming magazines. Now you too can build an empire on the backs of your enemies!

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tylerthegreat
tylerthegreat Jul 26 2009, 1:00am says:

why replace the aztecs and mayans they were cool!!!!!!!

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vladek515
vladek515 Oct 3 2009, 2:51pm says:

i agree with tylerthegreat they were really cool

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ComeradeStalin
ComeradeStalin Oct 4 2009, 6:54am says:

Yeah they were, but if we have to choose - I'll choose romans!

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sla.ro
sla.ro Jan 4 2010, 9:53am says:

nice ideea

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Triden007
Triden007 Apr 9 2010, 11:02pm says:

The greeks are nice

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RequiemLux
RequiemLux Nov 24 2010, 12:16pm says:

great mod man!

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ADTeam™
ADTeam™ Jan 4 2011, 3:40pm says:

no this mod sucks... they steal things from Caesar and Paraoh, that games are from sierra studios, not microsoft studios, and if we have to be real, the mod is horrible, textures are missing, there ar lot of placeholders in some missions and the units are a mix between caesar and aoe I

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Wormtongue
Wormtongue May 24 2011, 10:41am says:

ADTeam is right, i´ve installed this mod and the only thing that this mod replaces are the names of the units, nothing more. Textures are missing, and this is very bad. Please fix all this bugs.

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