The gods may be crazy! First the Almighty HE, the highest of all the gods, sends Jupiter, Horus, and Châ€™ib-Yu off into an extremely arduous competition simply on account of some occasional drinking sprees! Then the three gods are subjected to scorn and derision: Q’nqura, the goddess of the Amazons, lets the trio win in battle out of pure spite, and then their humiliation is complete!
Settlers III begins when three gods: Jupiter (leader of the Roman Pantheon), Horus (the falcon-headed Egyptian sun god) and Ch'ih-Yu (the legendary Chinese dragon). A messenger arrives with a message from the god's god telling them they must find a worthy leader to make a new people and wage them against each other - the winner escapes eternal punishment, in this case, repainting the entire universe white. You will assume the role of the leader trying to prove they are talented enough to impress their god by conquering other civilizations and capturing as many territories as you can.
|Minimum System Requirements||Recommended System Requirements|
|CPU||INTEL 2.0 GHz Dual Core||Processor Pentium 166 MHz (or compatible)|
|VRAM||64 MB||128 MB|
|RAM||512 MB||32 MB RAM|
|OS||Windows XP/Vista/7/8||Windows 95/98/NT4|
|Graphics Card||2MB graphic card compatible with DirectX|
|SOUND CARD||DirectX Compatible||DirectX Compatible|
|HDD Space||2 GB free||2 GB free|
|Game Analysis||The Settlers III (German: Die Siedler III) is a real-time strategy computer game developed by Blue Byte Software, being the second sequel to The Settlers, making it the third game in The Settlers series. This isometric city-building game was released on November 30, 1998.The most notable difference between this game and its two predecessors is that there are no more roads—all units, including carriers with goods, can walk around freely. This simplifies the building of a settlement, since only the distances between buildings are relevant, and not how roads can be constructed between them. Military units are now directly controlled, making fighting more similar to games like Command & Conquer or Age of Empires, than to the previous Settlers games.Settlers III was also famous for its peculiar copy protection: in pirated versions of the game, iron smelters would only produce pigs instead of iron, which made weapon production impossible.|
|High FPS||0 FPS ( GTX 1060 )|