Conquest is a simultaneously executed turn-based tactical combat game placed in a dark and distant future. Play the role of a futuristic commander. Divide your armies and conquer the world. Position satellites to reveal your opponents. Launch missiles to annihilate large troop formations, but watch out for incoming drop pods behind your back. Standing in your path to victory are other commanders like yourself. Fight them off one by one and prove you are the greatest of the great. The combination of fast gameplay and randomly generated maps equals to long, restless nights of battles for cities. Drag and drop your way to victory. Divide and conquer!
I'm delighted to inform you that we've been hard at work on our new 4X strategy game, Pandora, and that it has been released! You can find more about it at Pandora.proxy-studios.com.
As for Conquest, you now get a free copy for a friend if you purchase the game. We've also made the soundtrack available for purchase, which includes a brand new track, all in MP3 and FLAC formats. On top of all that, it's 50% off right now, so hurry up on to Conquest-game.com.
Have a good time.
Your humble proxy,
Minor update, primarily adding better language support, a French translation (thanks to Hyeron) and some of the most requested tweaks.
An interview with fellow indie-lovers at IndieBase. About Proxy Studios – the past, the Conquest and the future.
Conquer the future. Things we would like to add to improve the experience.
This release primarily freshens the underlying video and scene systems; fixes bump-mapping on Mac OS X and anti-aliasing on Linux.
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Game does not launch on 64 bit ubuntu, gives a libgl error in terminal
I am having trouble with the demo running 64-bit windows 7. I download and updated the program fine. However, when it finishs launching nothing is displayed inside the text boxes. The buttons and the actual text boxes are there, just no text. The buttons works and I can get into the actual game. Again however, nothing is displayed, just text boxes on a dark screen.
Any idea what ishappening as the game looks interesting.
Hey Trevise, make sure you have the latest graphics drivers installed. That is the most common cause of such issues.
rather short, but put a review of this game up at Linuxgamereview.blogspot.com
I made a short video showing a glimpse at the menus as well as a Game vs AI, if anyone is interested:
That's awesome!!! Do you mind if I add it to the videos section here and on our site?
One quick note: you can add up to 5 AIs even in the demo version. You can also team up with an AI and play 2v2!
I downloaded the demo for windows, installed it, but when its checking for updates it gices me this long message:
Updater.cpp(234): void Conquest::Updater::DownloadUpdate(): Error:
Checksum of file "Data/Textures/Ground/DesertGround0.png" does not
match remote checksum, try restarting.
Then a c++ window comes up and blahs on about something. That texture file is there and restarting doesent help, this was like update 104 or somewhere close to that. I would like to try out this game, thatnks.
It should work if you redownload now. I removed the downloads from ModDB/IndieDB since they were very old. You can still use Desura for the demo or just download from Conquest-game.com.
I just installed the demo and it won't launch because the binary folder is named "Binaries" instead of the expected bin. After renaming the directory, the game still won't launch though. So I removed the entire folder and reinstalled, and now I instead get an error that file /desura/.settings/game_lib32/libjpeg.so.64 couldn't be opened. Is anyone else having similar problems?
Ok it seems to be installing and working fine now after the latest Desura client update.