Publishers Interstel Corporation
Developers Northwest Software, Walter Bright
Release date 1987
Genre Strategy
Game rating
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Game Description

Empire: Wargame of the Century is a video game based on Classic Empire developed by Walter Bright and published by Interstel Corporation in 1987. Walter Bright recoded the game Empire in C on an IBM PC. With low commercial expectations, he submitted an announcement to January 1984 BYTE Magazine’s “Software Received” section, and received a flood of orders. After writing to many software companies (including Brøderbund, Sirius Software, Simon & Schuster, subLOGIC, Epyx and MicroProse), he licensed the game to a small software company named Interstel, who hired Mark Baldwin to add a graphical user interface. Starting around 1987, Empire: Wargame of the Century on the Atari ST, Amiga, Commodore 64, Apple II, Macintosh and DOS was produced.

Download Empire: Wargame of the Century

We might have the game available for more than one platform. Empire: Wargame of the Century is currently available on these platforms:

Amiga (1987)

Empire_Wargame_of_the_Century_Amiga_ROM_EN.zip (419KB)

Apple II (1987)

Empire_Wargame_of_the_Century_Apple-II_ROM_EN.zip (385KB)

Commodore 64 (1987)

Empire_Wargame_of_the_Century_C64_ROM_EN.zip (87.5KB)

DOS (1987)

Empire_Wargame_of_the_Century_v2.05c_DOS_Files_EN.zip (161KB)

Additional files, patches and fixes

Empire: Wargame of the Century DOS Manual (English)

Empire: Wargame of the Century Screenshots

Amiga