Demo: Empire Deluxe Internet Edition

Killer Bee Software has released a playable demo of Empire Deluxe Internet Edition, allowing you to try out this upcoming remake of the classic turn-based strategy wargame developed in 1993 by Mark Baldwin and Bob Rakosky. The demo "features game play with up to six opponents on a small randomly generated map". Empire Deluxe Internet Edition is scheduled for a May 7th release. Gamer's Hell Local Download:
  • Empire Deluxe Internet Edition Demo (3.2 MB)
  • Killer Bee Software Releases Demo For Empire Deluxe Internet Edition Monday, April 28th, 2003 - Today, Killer Bee Software released a demo of the upcoming game “Empire Deluxe Internet Edition”. The demo is now available for download off of Killer Bee’s Website: “Empire Deluxe fans can now see many of the new features that have been added to the game. I am sure they will be quite pleased.“ states Mark Kinkead, owner of Killer Bee Software. “The demo should hold fans over until the full release May 7th and give those unfamiliar with Empire Deluxe a look at the interface and the manual.” Mark Kinkead acquired the rights and source code to two of Mark Baldwin’s classic games, Empire Deluxe and The Perfect General, back in late 2002. Empire Deluxe Internet Edition will be released May 7th, and The Perfect General Internet Edition is scheduled to be released in August, 2003. About the demo: The Empire Deluxe Internet Edition Demo is now ready for your review. Featuring game play with up to six opponents on a small randomly generated map. Operating Systems: Playable on Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, and XP. Recommended system is 200MHz +. This demo features game play with up to six computer or hot seat opponents on a 30x30 map, with a less graphically intense manual and shortened music. There is also a full map editor is supplied but you cannot save maps or scenarios created in the demo. To play with some of the more difficult to build units (those that take more time), you may want to handicap the computer player or adjust your handicaps. If you are new to the world of Empire Deluxe, it does not take a rocket scientist to play. However, this is a strategy game, and there are some things that will come easier once you have read some of the manual, so don't forget to look over the manual when you get a chance. It can be viewed while playing the game. If you experience technical difficulties playing the demo, odds are you will experience them playing the game. Please report any issues you experience to and I will look into it. More information on Empire Deluxe Internet Edition and The Perfect General Internet Edition can be found at .