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The American Conquest Map Editor.
American Conquest will feature an extensive map editor that will allow you to freely create maps to your desire! More information on the map editor will be available soon. With this, we will feature a complete guide to map making and we will even have a download page available in the future, featuring our own custom made maps!

Map Making Guide.
Go to the ‘Map Making Guide’ of American Conquest. This page will feature tips, tricks, and hints on how to create maps with the American Conquest map editor! Also, we are familiar with map editors and will give visitors updates about maps, lands, and many other things.  Be sure to go here if you are interested in creating possible scenarios, campaigns, or simple battle-based maps!

Download Detailed, Custom Maps.
Go to the download page to download custom maps for the American Conquest game.  Each map will be made from scratch, with all effort put into it, and completely detailed with trees, textures, and more!  We will be able to supply you with examples of maps and many other things, such as there sizes.  With tons of maps, how is it ever possible that American Conquest will ever get boring? We hope that you enjoy this section.
 


DID YOU KNOW...?
American Conquest supports up to 16,000 units at a time.  With various formations readily available, along with the guide of an officer and other units, these large mass armies are made easy to control.

American Conquest Forum. Check out our American Conquest Forum by going under the Forum Section. Discuss the game and give your comments!

Cossacks And Art of War Forum. If you play Cossacks or its expansion often, then check out this forum by also going under the Forum Section!

Give Your Ideas To GSC!  Want your voice to be heard in the gaming community?  This is your chance!  Go to our Forum Section and give your ideas to the creators and developers of American Conquest, as well as Cossacks.





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