The Fertile Crescent - In development RTS inspired by Age of Empires gets an update (LINUX/MAC/PC)

I know there are many people out there that love playing games such as Age of Empires or Rise of Nations, so here's a game I think you might also enjoy which has just had another big update, and that's 'The Fertile Crescent' by LincRead; a rather decent looking RTS that's in development, in which you must protect your people against an enemy tribe on an auto-generated map set during the Bronze Age in the Ancient Near East.

This game is inspired by the rise and fall of Bronze Age Civilisations, and in the game you must manage the delicate balance between food surplus and the maintenance of your army. The Fertile Crescent features both single and online play, as been in development for the last 36 months+ as a passion for RTS game, and the creators are hoping to release a substational update every 1 or 2 months.

Single player

- 10 minutes tutorial to give you a basic understanding over how to command your people
- Protect your people against, and eventually defeat, an enemy military outpost with three difficulty levels on an auto-generated map

Online multiplayer

- Up to 4 players
- Cross-platform play between Windows, Linux and macOS
- Regional servers: Australia, EU, South Korea or US

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