The veteran developers of Command & Conquer have made a strategy game set in the ruthless and savage world of Conan the Barbarian. Construct your own fortress and create an army powerful enough to stand up to the relentless savage hordes which don't stop coming. This is Conan Unconquered, a strategy game developed by Petroglyph and published by Funcom.
In order to survive the assault of hordes of enemies that only get more powerful with time, players need to manage their resources tactically, create all kinds of structures to keep your stronghold safe and sound, discover new technologies which will help you create more advanced units and buildings, and recruit an army. Connan Unconquered can be played alone or in full two-player co-op that gives you the chance of facing the ominous threat with a friend, rather than alone. The co-op mode gives the players a shared base, but both the players can create new buildings and grow an immense army in order to fend against another horde of monsters.
The game is a real-time strategy, but you can pause at any moment to order the construction of a new building or to give commands to your army. Heroes can also be used in this game, and like Conan, they are mighty units that have special abilities and artifacts which can be found throughout the world. Regular units include footsoldiers, heavy cavalry, and even sorcerers. Players need to train them and keep them fed and paid in order to transform them into an unstoppable army.
Even the bodies left behind by your and enemy soldiers present a threat. Their carcasses will remain on the battlefield and rot away, which spreads diseases, and necromancers can use these rotten corpses in horrifying ways. Maps are randomly generated so each time you play the game you get a new environment to explore which has ancient ruins that are guarded by huge guardians. You even have the option of building a temple dedicated to Mitra and then use her aid to summon gigantic avatars that can utterly destroy your enemies.