Mac game publisher
is one step closer to getting its Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds expansion pack, Clone Campaigns, out the door. Project manager Chris Silman recently noted that Clone Campaigns is now at the final candidate milestone.
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Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds is a real-time strategy game built around the same underpinnings that power the popular game Age of Empires. The game puts you in the world of Star Wars, as you adopt the identity of one of several factions as shown in Star Wars movies: The Galactic Empire, the Rebel Alliance, Wookies, The Trade Federation, Gungans or Royal Naboo.
Developed as an add-on for the original game, Clone Campaigns adds missions, vehicles and locations in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones. 14 missions have been added all together as you choose to play either the Confederacy of Independent Systems or the Galactic Republic.
Clone Campaigns also adds on new capabilities — the population limit rises to 250 units, allowing you to field larger armies. And you can mix-and-match civilizations from the original Galactic Battlegrounds with those from Clone Campaigns in single player or multiplayer modes. You can also use new vehicles and upgrades with the original Galactic Battlegrounds scenarios, too.
Preliminary system requirements call for Mac OS 9.0 or higher (including Mac OS X 10.1 or later), 128MB RAM, RAGE 128 or better graphics card.