Epicinium (Closed Beta)
A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
Epicinium is in Closed Beta. This means you need a key in order to play. If you don't already have a key, you're probably looking for Epicinium (Beta).
I got a key! What now?
You can download the game below for Windows, Mac or Linux. After registering an account and logging in, you will be prompted to enter a key. Just copy-paste the key into the input field, hit submit and you should be ready to go!
If you participated in the Open Beta and already have an account, you can click the "Enter Key" button after logging in to show the key activation form.
New to Epicinium?
Epicinium is a multiplayer strategy game with simultaneous turns. Each turn consists of a planning phase, where all players decide which orders they want to give their units that turn, followed by an action phase, where players watch as the orders play out.
Units will automatically attack enemy units they encounter; they will also fire back when attacked and attack any unit that moves away from them. Some units have abilities that allow them to bombard tiles, randomly dealing damage to whoever and whatever is present at that time. Anticipating your opponent's orders is key.
Between rounds, the season changes which might bring about new weather effects such as snow, drought or firestorm. At night, buildings can gain power and generate income. Cities only gain power if surrounded by enough grass, forest, water and crops, whereas barracks and industry grow larger when additional cities are placed nearby.
To defeat your opponent, capture or destroy all of their City tiles.
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Extract the archive somewhere on your system where you have full writing permissions (your Documents folder, for example). To start playing, double-click the "epicinium" executable in the folder where you extracted the archive.
On Mac, you may need to right-click the executable and then click "Open", as otherwise you get an "unidentified developer" warning that you are unable to ignore.