New Worlds late 1500s mod?

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  1. redindus69

    redindus69 Chieftain

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    Been looking for a mod (TW:E) that allows major powers to explore and colonize the New World (America) that start somewhere in the late 1500's or early 1600's til 1800's.

    Wasnt sure if TW:E can lay down new settlements while playing and trading like the game Colonization. If there isnt any, which game would be good playing like this. I find Colonization rather boring and would like to close up actions like wooded ships in TW:E, etcs.
     
  2. schlaufuchs

    schlaufuchs La Femme Moderne

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    You could give EU3 a try. That game covers the period 1399-1820 and most of the main part of the game involves colonization. It might not necessarily be what you are looking for though.
     
  3. scheva007

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    Empire is barely moddable, you'll have a better chanche if you look for Medieval II mods

    Medieval II: kingdoms: the americas campaign covers the invasion of the conquistadors
     
  4. redindus69

    redindus69 Chieftain

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    I tried that game and included Victoria II and didnt like it.

    Hmm i need to check into that, thank you :)
     
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    schlaufuchs La Femme Moderne

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    Were you playing with all the expansions including DW? Anything less can barely be considered a game, comparatively.
     
  6. redindus69

    redindus69 Chieftain

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    Yeah, i was looking for something more tasty that have cool graphics and upclose details and some interests of doing something often. Those two games seem too boring for me, sorry that my opinion.
     

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