A heroic effort for a heroic game!
Boasting a huge number of races, 16 to be exact, along with epic hero units that level up and get stronger the longer they survive, Warlords Battlecry III is one of the finest examples of RTS/RPG genre. Features such as a non-linear story and a plethora of varied classes have ensured that WBC III, as it’s known by its fans, always remains fun to play and offers a wide variety of options so that you can try out a different play style.
Not all major modifications have a team that works together in tandem to bring to you an enhanced version of the game. Some mods are created by a single person working in their spare time for the love of the game. Such is the case with the Warlords Battlecry III 1035 Mod. Created by Andy Hatch, the 1035 Mod is quite impressive and is jam-packed with enough features to make one’s head spin. While the original game suited Andy just fine, he wanted to add more features rather than “fix” the game. In short, this mod is intended to run alongside your original installation. Let’s take a look at just some of the additions and enhancements included in the 1035 Mod.
4 new races! Play as or play against Gnolls, Goblins, Dragons, and Ogres!
New hero classes! 4 new hero classes (Tyrant, Horde Master, Dwarf Master, Wizard), each with their own skillsets and unique abilities!
Three additional lair types and loads of new skills for new items!
Additional magic spheres such as Time Magic, Goblin Magic, and even Dwarf Magic! (Who knew that Dwarves could be magical? They always struck us as being down to earth.)
To install the 1035 Mod, just unzip the archive from Andy’s Warlords Forever into your EnlightInfinite InteractiveWarlords Battlecry III folder where you have installed the game and overwrite all.
Head on out to Warlords Forever, the home of the 1035 Mod, and for download links and maps that showcase all the new features of the 1035 Mod.
Thank you, Andy, for all of your hard work with the 1035 Mod. It is because of dedicated fans such as yourself that classic games don’t just disappear, but are remembered and passed on to a new generation of fans. Thank you, thank you, and once again, thank you!
Source: GOG – Good Old Games