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Age of empires (aoe) III: the Asian Dynasties / Colonies

Updated on July 23, 2012

The age of empires III: the Asian dynasties feature three new Asian civilizations, each with its own unique campaign. In addition to playing campaign, you can also play the skirmish mode with a variety of maps and with other races. This is a real time strategies game with the purpose of overpowering your enemies. Play age of empires III: the Asian dynasties today to control your own virtual colony, build buildings and defeat your enemies.

For those that are not familiar with how to play age of empires III: the Asian dynasties. Let me give you some background on it. You are giving a town center, a couple of villager, explorer units (which have special abilities such as training other units and more). The villager can harvest resources such as wood, coin, and food to sustain the population in your town. They can also build buildings that have its own purpose in the game. Lastly, they can attack enemies as well. However, villagers are probably the weakest units in war. To play age of empires well, you will have to have a large number of villagers to support your colony.

With harvesting enough resources, you will be able to advance in age to build more powerful units to defend your town and invade others to claim victory in the game. For this game, in addition to having enough resources, you will have to use those resources to build a wonder to advance in age. Each wonder has its own abilities that further strengthen your civilization. For example, the Chinese wonder, Summer Palace automatically produces armies for you overtime.

Age of empires - Chinese campaign
Age of empires - Chinese campaign
Age of empires - Indian campaign
Age of empires - Indian campaign
Age of empires - Japanese campaign
Age of empires - Japanese campaign
a fight scene between two players
a fight scene between two players
the great Buddha - Japanese wonder
the great Buddha - Japanese wonder

To play age of empires, you need to produce different types of units. These units include infantry, various siege weapons, military units on horses and healing units. By overwhelming an enemy with these military units, one can win the game by wiping out an entire civilization. Form alliances with the natives to gain additional war units.

Other people are going to attack you as well. You will have to defend your town against it with various military units, towers and walls. You can build walls with doors that only your own units can go through around your colony to block an attack enemy. Walls are generally good against some infantry units but not siege weapons that are long range attackers.

Lastly, if you are unable to play age of empires well, you can use age of empires cheats to win the game. Although, it is better to beat the game by conventional means, age of empires cheats can easily help you tip the war in your favor.


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