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31-05-2006, 20:32:32
"1848" - completely FREE FULL VERSION released!

Hard to believe, but it's true! Battlefront recently announced its partnership with Hungarian games developer Hussar Games, and revealed two new game projects - 1848 and For Liberty! - and the game 1848 is available to the public TOTALLY FREE!

Download the free full version immediately at:


"1848" is set during the violent era of the Hungarian Independence War of 1848-49. 1848 was a year of revolutions. Most of the uprisings were crushed quickly, but Hungary was an exception. In the spring of 1849 the Hungarian army seized victory from the Austrians and liberated the entire nation but victory was short and sweet - in the summer the Tsar of Russia intervened with 200,000 troops. In history, this force could not be stopped. The player of 1848 has a chance to change history...

The game was sponsored by the Hungarian Ministry of Education and the Hungarian version was released for the anniversary of 1848 in March 2005. It was a huge success in Hungary: in a country of 10 million people, the game had more then 100,000 downloads. The free fully localized English version, published by Battlefront.com, includes a number of changes and refinements (e.g. an overhauled graphical interface) and bug fixes (e.g. an important fix to TCP/IP play).

The sequel to 1848, "For Liberty!" featuring the American Revolutionary War, is already in development and has been announced for a release on the 4th of July, 2006.

Scabrous Birdseed
01-06-2006, 07:19:29
Talpra magyar, hi a haza! Itt az idő, most vagy soha!

01-06-2006, 09:53:52
ah damn, I thought this was battlefield 1848 which would have been strange but rather cool

Scabrous Birdseed
01-06-2006, 10:03:50
So has anyone tried this?

Greg W
01-06-2006, 11:00:52
Downloaded it, but probably won't get a chance to try it out for a couple of weeks until I start my 5 weeks holidays.

01-06-2006, 20:15:21
Originally posted by Snotty
ah damn, I thought this was battlefield 1848 which would have been strange but rather cool

So did I. And it would be interesting to try out.