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Posted on May 9, 2011 in Games PR

World Supremacy Patched


Shrapnel Games has announced that a new patch is available for World Supremacy, the game of global conquest from Malfador Machinations. Version 1.09 is now available for download. For those of you keeping count at home yes, the last official patch was version 1.06. Versions between 1.09 and 1.06 were public beta patches. Version 1.09 is the official patch ready for public consumption.
The version 1.09 patch is a cumulative patch and contains a great many improvements to how the AI conducts war, along with game balance issues and bug elimination. 1.09 contains the following changes since version 1.06 was released:

  • Fixed – AI was not using bombardment. Also, bombard animation should not show if the source or target region cannot be seen.
  • Fixed – AI was not moving units after combat. AI was not building enough land units. Many other general AI improvements.
  • Fixed – Nuclear missiles can now move over land and sea, and detonate over land sea. Submarines are not affected by nuclear explosions.
  • Fixed – Sometimes sight would not be updated from new purchases when a player started their turn.
  • Fixed – Neutron bomb was not killing only infantry.
  • Changed – Rebalanced hit points and damage to all units.
  • Added – On screen text messages at the beginning of the turn to show results of tech purchases.
  • Added – In combat hit points will show as current amount out of total for the top unit.

Acomplete list of changes can be found in the history text of the patch.


Version 1.09 of the patch can be downloaded from the World Supremacy product page. Additionally, for those of you who have not yet tried this title the demo has been updated to reflect the latest changes. Download both here.

Until May 16th World Supremacy is on sale for only $24.95.

In World Supremacy one to eight players battle for control of a randomly generated world (users can also generate their own maps, along with the ability to mod many aspects of the game). Using contemporary engines of war, such as jet fighters, fast attack submarines, helicopters, and more, players attempt to conquer neutral and enemy controlled regions. Each region provides more coin for your war machine, which does not run on blood and sweat alone. A simplified research tree allows a variety of strategies without complicating the game. Chrome such as nuclear weapons adds to the possibilities.

Overall gameplay is reminiscent of such board games as the classic Axis & Allies franchise. World Supremacy is easy to pick up, does not take long to play, and features enough variations out of the box that it can provide an endless experience.

World Supremacy is available for Windows as a download only.

For more information check out the World Supremacy official product page.