Age of Wonders III Expands; Adds OS X & Linux Support

The Age of Wonders III website announces the release of the Age of Wonders III: Eternal Lords for Windows, OS X, and Linux, offering an expansion for the strategy/RPG sequel, accompanied by an update that adds OS X and Linux support for the game (thanks Roger). They say: "The expansion is accompanied by the free V1.5 main game update introducing Vassals, the New Play by Email multiplayer mode, Mac/Linux support, Race Relations, improved AI, and more racial unit diversity." They point the way to where this can be acquired through GOG.com and Steam, also noting that new users can pick up the Age of Wonders III Collection on Steam on sale. Here's word:
Embrace forbidden powers and prepare to reign for eternity, as today Triumph Studios launches the highly anticipated Eternal Lords Expansion!

Eternal Lords is the major, second expansion for Age of Wonders III, marking one year of continuous development since its release. With the introduction of the Tigran and Frostling races and the new Necromancer class, players must adapt to a world on the brink of cataclysmic change. New mechanics include the Race Governance system, which allows players to tailor the features of each race in their empire to meet their strategic needs, and adds new layers of depth to empire development and diplomacy.

The expansion is accompanied by the free V1.5 main game update introducing Vassals, the New Play by Email multiplayer mode, Mac/Linux support, Race Relations, improved AI, and more racial unit diversity.
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Apr 15, 2015, 15:04
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Unfortunately the game sucks because the AI sucks. It just derps around while you leisurely conquer the map; no challenge whatsoever. Therefore it's a poor game. The game would be great if the AI knew how to play it.
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