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Hearts of Iron
Basic Information
Video Game
Paradox Interactive, Virtual Programming
Strategy First
Hearts of Iron
Hearts of Iron II
Strategy
1
CD-ROM
Keyboard, Mouse
Microsoft Windows and Mac OS
Windows 95
Retail Features
Ratings
Technical Information
1.06c
North American Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows and Mac OS
2002
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Hearts of Iron IV Twitch Channel Twitter Feed YouTube Channel. Gift Cards Steam @steam. Hearts of Iron III lets you play the most engaging conflict in world history, World War 2, on all fronts as any country and through multiple different scenarios. Guide your nation to glory between 1936 and 1948 and wage war, conduct diplomacy and build your industry in the most detailed World War 2 game ever made. A sequel to Hearts of Iron, Hearts of Iron II, was released in 2005.Two spin-offs were created for Hearts of Iron II: Darkest Hour: A Hearts of Iron Game and Arsenal of Democracy: A Hearts of Iron Game.The third game in the series, Hearts of Iron III was released on August 7, 2009.Hearts of Iron – The Card Game was released as a free-to-play, browser-basedcollectible card game on October 3. If you have problems with MAP or launcher shows INCORRECT VERSION: FIRST, CLEAR CACHE (Documents Paradox Interactive Hearts of Iron IV directory), THEN REINSTALL MOD. If it doesn't help, try next: unsubscribe from mod, then delete outdated folder from 'Program Files (x86) Steam steamapps workshop content 3557392'. Includes Hearts of Iron II plus the two expansions, Doomsday and Armageddon When Germany is defeated in 1945, the Allies and the new Soviet alliance fight for supremacy. World War III is drawing closer. Play as the ruler of one of 175 countries through World Wars II and III.

Hearts of Iron is a grand strategy computer game developed by Paradox Interactive and published by Strategy First, set in the years 1936-1948. In the game you can control any one nation as World War II unfolds. It was released for Microsoft Windows-compatible PCs in 2002. An Apple Macintosh version was also released by Virtual Programming. The lead game programmer was Johan Andersson. A sequel, Hearts of Iron II, was created and released in 2005 with several changes in the tech tree and gameplay. Hearts of Iron III was released on August 7, 2009.

Gameplay[editedit source]

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Hearts of Iron is based on Paradox's successful Europa Universalis game engine, but has many changes:

  • A tech tree divided into 14 sections (infantry/artillery/industry/armoured units/navy/etc.), with dozens of researchable technologies in each section and the ability to customize some units.
  • An economic model based on four natural resources: coal, steel, rubber and oil on which the armed forces and industry depend.
  • Several military and political leaders to choose from.
  • A variety of military units, from colonial militia to ICBMs.
  • A weather model, affecting movement and combat efficiency of units.

Gameplay revolves around surviving (either before or during) World War II, and the player may cause or witness events different from how they historically occurred. Hearts of Iron is considered an alternate history game. Lenovo download windows 10.

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There are three main alliances in the game, the Allies, the Axis, and the Communist International that the player can either participate in or stay out of. The game ends when there is only one alliance left standing or on midnight, December 30, 1947, and the winning alliance is determined through a victory point system, giving points to alliances controlling key regions or cities.

Controversy[editedit source]

The game was banned in the People's Republic of China because the game depicts Tibet, Xinjiang, and Manchuria as independent countries, and Taiwan under Japanese control (historically, Taiwan was under Japanese rule at the time) [1]Paradox Interactive mentions that the game is historically accurate, and that it represents the 'rough times' that China endured, as well as the incredible odds that the Communist Party of China overcame in order to win the Chinese Civil War.[2]

References[editedit source]

  1. http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/english/doc/2004-05/29/content_334845.htm
  2. http://www.gamershell.com/articles/810.html

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