Heroes of Might & Magic 3 Complete

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Get the complete Heroes of Might and Magic III experience in one value package!Product InformationThis monster bundle will keep players building towns raising armies casting spells and conquering foes for months. Look at all that awaits: 86 standalone missions 14 campaigns 38 single-scenario maps quests for 138 magical artifacts (including 12 powerful combination artifacts) 8 town types to build and conquer 16 hero classes 145 combat units and hundreds of adventure structures including teleporters neutral creatures and special terrains with unique tactics.  Missions can be self-contained single scenarios linked together into multiscenario campaigns or played as multiplayer scenarios against other human players across a network. As many as eight players can compete or team up via hot seat LAN modem or the Internet. The random map generator lets you create unlimited battle scenarios. Create your own unique battles with a fully functional campaign generator and a map editor ensuring customization for infinite replayability. Product Title Included Heroes of Might and Magic III Heroes of Might and Magic III:  Armageddon’s Blade   Heroes of Might and Magic III:  The Shadow of DeathProduct OverviewHeroes of Might and Magic IIIMurdered by traitors and resurrected as an evil lich Erathia’s undead kingleads an invasion of his former kingdom. Little resistance is met until hisdaughter Katherine Queen of Enroth returns to her homeland with eliteEnrothian warriors.  Heroes of Might and Magic III takes you to a new landunder the threat of annihilation from an undead host!In a savage series of battles for control of Erathia you command the land’sgreatest heroes and fiercest creatures in the fight to restore peace andprosperity. Discover the plot behind the murdered king and free him from theprison of his undead body or Erathia will forever be plunged into darkness.Features:&nbNow you can get the complete Heroes of Might and Magic III experience in one value package. This monster bundle will keep players building towns, raising armies, casting spells, and conquering foes for months. Look at all that awaits: 86 standalone missions, 14 campaigns, 38 single-scenario maps, quests for 138 magical artifacts (including 12 powerful combination artifacts), 8 town types to build and conquer, 16 hero classes, 145 combat units, and hundreds of adventure structures, including teleporters, neutral creatures, and special terrains with unique tactics. Missions can be self-contained single scenarios, linked together into multiscenario campaigns, or played as multiplayer scenarios against other human players across a network. As many as eight players can compete or team up via hot seat, LAN, modem, or the Internet. The random map generator lets you create unlimited battle scenarios. Create your own unique battles with a fully functional campaign generator and a map editor, ensuring customization for infinite replayability.

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  1. 24 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    One of those games you can always turn to for a good time., October 15, 2000
    By 
    W. C. Bryant (Columbus, OH USA) –
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    This review is from: Heroes of Might & Magic 3 Complete (CD-ROM)

    There are a few games out there that can stand the test of time and replayability. This is one of them. The HoMM franchise has been around for some time, and fans and non-fans alike of the normally dry turn-based strategy genre have discovered that this game is a lot of fun. Whether you’re looking for a quick game, or one that will last hours, HoMM3 Complete can and will satisfy your needs. Bottom line, this is a wonderful game.

    For those not familiar with the franchise I’ll elaborate. You take control of one or more heroes within the game. Each hero has a class (wizard, paladin, etc.) which corresponds with a specific type of town and commands an army of creatures. Both the towns and the creatures you command go through a wide array of upgrades, and your hero/heroine can discover relics which can improve him/her as well. In a turn-based format you strive to conquer random monsters as you explore the expansive maps, as well as your foes who at the same time are building and fighting as you are. Single player includes quick play based upon your settings, and mission based scenarios as well. Game include multiplayer play as well.

    So capture those enemy towns, discover the ultimate artifact, and command an army of titans and dragons! This game is easy to learn, and quick to pick up and/or put down. It’s replayability is very high, and it’s one title that will be on your system for a long time.

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  2. 10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent strategy game, March 31, 2002
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    Stephanie Martin (Oregon) –
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    This review is from: Heroes of Might & Magic 3 Complete (CD-ROM)

    Heroes of Might and Magic 3 is one of my favorite games. There’s enough variety in it to keep you busy for hours, and no two scenarios happen the same way twice. The Heroes of Might and Magic 3 Complete gives you even more things to do.

    I’d never played either expansion pack; so getting them included in with the original game was nice. I’d played most of the original scenarios to death, and the expansion packs have given me a lot more to play around with. Plus, the addition of a conflux makes even the original scenarios more interesting.

    There are only two things I could consider a possible drawback for the game: the first time you install it and run it, you have to go through the introduction. That’s nice the first time, but if you have to re-install it more than a few times, the introduction gets old. My other complaint is the starting single campaign scenario isn’t one of the easier ones, which can make it hard to get used to the first time around.

    Heroes 3 is a good game, appropriate for a variety of ages. The minor drawbacks don’t take away from the game at all, and it’s fairly intuitive, so you can figure things out without the need of a bunch of books.

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  3. 11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    New World Does It Again, July 7, 2001
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    Blake Watson “===Blake===” (Winnetka, CA USA) –
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    This review is from: Heroes of Might & Magic 3 Complete (CD-ROM)

    There are a number of ways to look at “Heroes III: Complete”. Are you new to the series? Do you have HoMM II? Do you have HoMM III?

    If you’ve never played an HoMM game: this is a “turn-based” strategy game where your heroes (and their armies) travel the world, securing resources which allow you to buy more heroes and bigger and better armies. (After you take your turn, your opponents take theirs.) As your heroes successfully marshall their forces, they gain experience, which makes your troops more powerful in battle (might) and allows your hero to cast more spells (magic). You capture cities for gold and troops. Each type of city has its own set of monsters that can be generated by building the appropriate structures–but this all costs gold and resources, which your heroes will have to secure for you. Battle takes place on a grid reminiscient of a chess-board, and each of your troops (which appear as single graphical images for each troop type) has particular elements which make certain tactical decisions critical. (A flying troop is not hindered by castle walls, for example. A missile troop doesn’t need to get close to an enemy to hit it. Etc.) In this installment, you can follow particular heroes along certain campaigns by playing out scenarios, which will require you to be victorious in securing a certain size army, a certain amount of resources, or just wiping out your enemies.

    It’s a game that requires considerable thought and strategy, and is the most complex in the series. For a simpler start, I would recommend the 1995 game “Heroes of Might and Magic”, which has fewer troops, fewer decisions to make, but which defined the HoMM style of play. (You can find this game on the Ultimate Strategy Archives here at Amazon.com.)

    If you’ve played earlier versions of HoMM (which goes back to the early ’90s game “King’s Bounty”), this latest version shouldn’t be missed: It has more of everything. More spells, more structures, more artifacts, etc. etc. etc.

    If you’ve played HoMM III and are wondering whether “Complete” is worth it, I’d say, yes, definitely (unless of course you didn’t like HoMM III in the first place!). The two add-ons add some very cool new specialties, one (so-so) town, and a number of variations that will keep you entertained through the new campaigns and scenarios.

    Unlike most game series, the emergence of each new HoMM game has not made the previous version obsolete. HoMM I has a different feel and flavor than HoMM II which is different from HoMM III. It is said that HoMM IV will actually have fewer troops, emphasizing the differences between them, and a rather different style of play, meaning that HoMM III will probably stay parked on my hard drive alongside both its ancestors =and= its descendents for quite some time.

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