Battlefield Commander: Ancient Warfare

Player Rating5.90/8

"Too few ratings to be ranked"
based on 33 ratings since 10/25/2017
played 621 times (finished 44)

Story Difficulty4/8

"march in the swamp"

Play Length6/8

"It'll be a while, better grab a SnickersĀ®"

Maturity Level3/8

"must be at least this tall to play"
Contains content that may not be suitable for persons under age 10. If this were a movie, it would probably be between G and PG.
In this story game you become a commander from ancient times, leading your brave warriors into the greatest battles in history! Ranging from Ancient China to Carthage, Greece and Rome this story gives the reader the chance to command in over thirty battles in ten different campaigns to see if their decisions can win glory on the battlefield or merely consign themselves to an anonymous grave! The reader will fight alongside some of history's greatest commanders like Alexander the Great, Pyrrhus of Epirus and Bai Qi, the Human Butcher, in their quest to become the greatest general of them all! Let the fight begin! Author's Note: This is the long overdue and far more ambitious sequel The Trojan War, if it proves popular I will follow it with a sequel (or two) based, initially, on the rise and fall of Rome. I hope the reader enjoys the game aspect of this and good luck gaining the highest score possible! The Campaigns are best played in order and I've tried to include a mixture of countries and cultures in the selection of battles but naturally these are just my choices of ones I think might be interesting... :)

Player Comments

Some inaccuracies but good
-- Rt on 8/15/2018 1:04:03 PM with a score of 13970
great job pretty tricky.
-- josephlapras on 4/18/2018 9:51:54 PM with a score of 6680
I liked it
-- KLeGrand141 on 4/13/2018 10:23:27 AM with a score of 12400
I liked it.It was nice that it contained Greek battles.And the thing with the "difficulties" was pretty clever.You could just don't have numbers on every page.
-- Persuasion on 2/24/2018 7:53:15 AM with a score of 520
While the strategy wasn't in depth, it was an interesting story-game and is recommended for history buffs. While in some campaigns, the reader felt detached from the battle and instead focused on numbers, it was a good read.
As a request, can you do another one in this series like on the Second Punic War, Alexander's Campaign or the Battles of 1066 (Fulford, Stamford Bridge and Hastings).
-- HannibalBarca on 2/20/2018 2:15:44 AM with a score of 960
way way too short
-- Rafael on 1/27/2018 8:35:59 PM with a score of 140
It was short and really didn't go into depth but was enjoyable. 8/8
-- Creepyguy735 on 12/30/2017 10:57:10 PM with a score of 9180
While this game doesn't have a lot of depth, and isn't very entertaining, it definitely IS chalk full of information. After reading this, I did a little research, and found that you seemed to have done your research too! So kudos to you. There surprisingly weren't very many grammatical errors, which was most certainly a plus, but work from you usually doesn't fail to impress. This is a good example for someone to use as sort of their own study guide for a test in their history class, concluding the information in here are fact (as far as I could tell).

6/8
-- Comic on 12/5/2017 11:43:44 AM with a score of 2490
This game is awesome i like it.
-- deadshot117 on 11/24/2017 3:41:18 PM with a score of 14590
T'was fun!
-- Anon on 11/18/2017 3:59:32 PM with a score of 16910
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