Total War: ATTILA free Mac Game
Developer: The Creative Assembly
Release date: 2015
Version: 1 + Full Game
Interface language: Russian, English
Tablet: The program has been treated (does not require data entry / enter any data)
Platform: Intel only
Total War: Attila is a strategy video game developed by The Creative Assembly and published by Sega, released on 17 February 2015 for Microsoft Windows, OS X, and Linux. It is the ninth standalone game in the Total War series of video games.
The game begins in 395 AD, during what is now called Late Antiquity (the transition period from Classical Rome to the Medieval age in European history). While the title character will be able to become the leader of the Huns, he is not yet in power at the start of the campaign. Due to its setting near the Dark Ages, the game is possibly a spiritual successor to Rome Total War: Barbarian Invasion.
The campaign map for Total War: Attila spans from Bactria to Lusitania and from Caledonia to Garamantia in the Sahara. Provinces are groupings of three regions, and each region within a province can be conquered separately. The number of cities and regions is different from Total War: Rome II, but the size of the map is similar. The map of Total War: Attila further extends into modern-day Russia in lieu of the eastern provinces of the Hindu Kush found in Total War: Rome II, shifting the player's attention to the nomadic Huns. The largest settlement in a province is designated as the province capital. These province capitals have more building slots than the other settlements and are also walled at the start of the game, though in a change from Rome II the small settlements can eventually be upgraded to have walls.
Screenshots from the game Total War: ATTILA
System requirements Total War: ATTILA for Mac Os:
- OS: OS X 10.9.4
- Processor: Intel Core i5 1.7 GHz
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Video: 512 MB NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M, AMD Mobility Radeon HD 5670 or Intel HD 4000
- Mount image
- Overwrite Total War Attila folder in Programs
- Run from the Attila.app folder