The Battle for Wesnoth is an open source and free, turn-based strategy game with a high fantasy theme. It features both single-player and online or hotseat multiplayer combat.
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Hotseat video games are played with two or more people on a single computer or console. Multiple players share a single keyboard or use a joystick or mouse, playing sequential turns rather than simultaneously.
The hotseat multiplayer mode is one form of offline multiplayer, local multiplayer or same-console multiplayer, though the term same-console multiplayer generally refers to dedicated gaming consoles rather than personal computers.
Explore the world of Wesnoth and take part in its many adventures! Embark on a desperate quest to reclaim your rightful throne… Flee the Lich Lords to a new home across the sea… Delve into the darkest depths of the earth to craft a jewel of fire itself… Defend your kingdom against the ravaging hordes of a foul necromancer… Or lead a straggly band of survivors across the blazing sands to confront an unseen evil.
The choice is up to you…
|Operating system||Microsoft Windows 7 SP1 or later|
Apple macOS 10.8 or later
Ubuntu 16.04 or compatible
|Microsoft Windows 10|
Apple macOS 10.10 or later
Ubuntu 18.04 or compatible
|CPU||Dual-core 2.0 GHz or better||Dual-core 3.2 GHz or better|
|RAM||2 GB||4 GB|
|Disk||800 MB free||2 GB free|
|Graphics||800×600 or larger screen||1024×768 or larger screen|
|Input||Keyboard and mouse required|
The stable version of Wesnoth is recommended for new and veteran players and content creators on all platforms, as it offers a well-supported and extensively-tested experience, with new releases delivering bug fixes and translation updates.