Empires: Dawn of the Modern World is a history-based real-time strategy computer game developed by Stainless Steel Studios and released on October 21, 2003. Considered an unofficial sequel to Empire Earth, the game requires players to collect resources to build an empire, train military units, and conquer opposing civilizations. Based on a slightly compressed version of world history, Empires covers five eras, from the Medieval Age to World War II. The game features seven civilizations: England, the Franks, Korea and China are playable from the Medieval Age to the Imperial Age; the United States, Russia, Germany, France and the United Kingdom are playable in the World War I and World War II ages. The game attracted positive critical reaction.
Patch adds a new random map and makes several improvements and fixes in gameplay.
Empires: Dawn of the Modern World by Stainless Steel Studios - retail v1.01
Stainless Steel Studios has created a great new random map for Empires: Dawn of
the Modern World. Titled "Peloponnese," the new random map places teams on
separate, fairly flat continents connected by a narrow strip of land with water
on either side, creating many strategic possibilities.
In addition to improved game balance and other fixes, the update patch includes
new multiplayer features such as:
* Casual game ratings
* Two vs. two automatch option
* Improved multiplayer lobby with many new chat options
* Player name and rank sorting
* Ignore-player list
The Empires: Dawn of the Modern World 1.01 patch does not support the Japanese
language version of the game; all other languages are supported. If you install
the patch on a Japanese version of the game, it will not update your game to
1.01. A patch for the Japanese version of Empires: Dawn of the Modern World is
not available at this time.