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Sandbox War Simulations
March of the Eagles

Sandbox War Simulations

Real Time Strategy

Sandbox War Simulations is a total conversion mod for March of the Eagles based on the Conflict of the Eagles engine. It is a mod like no other, offering...

Victoria Universalis: Vicky2 in EU3
Europa Universalis III

Victoria Universalis: Vicky2 in EU3

Real Time Strategy

From the creator of successful and ambitious full conversion mods such as Conflict of the Eagles and Libyan Civil War Mod, the DNA of Victoria 2 and EU3...

Conflict of the Eagles
March of the Eagles

Conflict of the Eagles

Real Time Strategy

Conflict of the Eagles is a March of the Eagles mod that spans the early 21st century. With a start date of 2005 ranging all the way until 20XX, the mod...

In Nomine Ultimate
Europa Universalis III

In Nomine Ultimate

Real Time Strategy

THIS IS A MOD FOR EU3 IN NOMINE VERSION 3.2 You MUST use the 3.2 patch on top of In Nomine (retail 3.0) to play! In Nomine Ultimate is the definitive...

American Civil War Mod for EU3
Europa Universalis III

American Civil War Mod for EU3

Real Time Strategy

American Civil War mod is a simple EU3 mod pitting different factions against each other within three North American countries: Canada, the USA, and Mexico...

March of the Eagles: Enhanced
March of the Eagles

March of the Eagles: Enhanced

Real Time Strategy

From the creators of Conflict of the Eagles and Libyan Civil War Mod, March of the Eagles: Enhanced is a major overhaul mod for the base game March of...

Libyan Civil War Mod
March of the Eagles

Libyan Civil War Mod

Real Time Strategy

Now releasing for Conflict of the Eagles is the ultra-realistic Libyan Civil War mod, created on a whole new hand-made and highly detailed map of Libya...

Maghreb Universalis
March of the Eagles

Maghreb Universalis

Real Time Strategy

A total conversion putting March of the Eagles back in the early 15th century. Play as any of the many tribes of the Maghreb in the year 1405, and experience...

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