announced Friday that it will publish the real time strategy game Imperial Glory on the Macintosh. The game is set during the Napoleonic Wars, as you control one of five great European nations — France, Great Britain, Prussia, Russia or Austria.
You can use your diplomatic and administrative skills to lead your country to greatness, or depend on your own military prowess and the might of your nation’s military legions to battle your way to victory. You can engage massive land campaigns with specialized soldiers like British Grenadiers, Russian Hussar cavalrymen, Austrian Grenzers and many others.
You can also wage war on the high seas, commanding navies across 31 different maritime areas with varying weather conditions, stocking up your navies with Sloops, Frigates and Ships of the Line, each with their own characteristics and unique capabilities.
Imperial Glory was developed originally by Pyro Studios and was published for the PC by Eidos. Feral most recently collaborated with Pyro and Eidos to bring the Commandos Battle Pack to the Macintosh. Pyro specializes in real-time strategy games; in addition to the Commandos series, they’ve also developed Praetorians, a real-time tactical game set in the Roman Empire.
Feral Interactive didn’t offer specific release schedule information or system requirements for the Mac version of Imperial Glory, although they’ve confirmed that the game will be released sometime in the fourth calendar quarter of 2005.