Lords of Conquest version 2003 is here! To play, click "Play LOC" in the menu to the left. There a couple of bug fixes over Version 2001.
Welcome to the Lords of Conquest page. Lords of Conquest was an old computer game from the late 1980s that is still played today. It was originally developed by Eon Software and published by Electronic Arts. This site contains the Lords of Conquest Imitator applet. It brings the game out of the 1980s, the days of CGA displays, 286s and Apple IIEs, and into the 1990s, the days of the Internet and Java (just in time for the 2000s!).
Lords of Conquest is a turn-based strategy game where multiple players (or just yourself) can play against other players or the computer players. Players choose territories, extract resources, develop things like weapons and cities, and attempt to take over other player's territories.
This game has plenty of improvements over the old version:
Who did this?
My name is Randy Gettman. I decided to bring this game into the '90s to make some improvements on the game, including being able to play the game on any Java-enabled browser. I do not own the copyright to the game. I simply imitated the game's functionality. Plus, I wanted the game to be easy-access and free forever.
The most important reason this game is here is for people like you to enjoy it!
Questions? E-mail me at gettmanr.AT.yahoo.DOT.com.