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Age of Empires III: Free PC Game Demo

The game demo for Microsoft's Age of Empires III strategy game is on the web and we have the scoop on how you can download it and play for free. Make sure you have a chunk of space on your PC and a fast internet connection, then check out what you can do in the game and how to get the demo.

Age of Empires III Strategy Game Demo Info This game is packed with ancient civilizations and primitive peeps living with no electricity or internet access. It's up to you to take command of your fave civilization, defend them against their enemies, and help them get advanced enough to build an Xbox 360! The Age of Empires III game demo comes with a tutorial to show you how to play, two levels from the full game and a chance to play with the British and Spanish civilizations in skirmish mode games.

Downloading the Age of Empires III Demo

To download the Age of Empires III game demo, you need to bark like a dog for 30 seconds, then follow these steps. Or you could just follow these steps, it's up to you.
  • 1. Click Here to go to Microsoft's official Age of Empires III download page.
  • 2. Check out all the snazzy game info, ain't it pretty?
  • 3. Scroll down and look in the bottom-left corner for the "Demo 1.1" link. When you find it, click it.
  • 4. You'll get a "Save File As..." popup. Accept the file and choose to save it to your Desktop so it'll be easy to find later.
  • 5. Now you'll start downloading the 437 MB file. It's going to take a while to download so go read the latest game news, then grab a sandwich and a nice cushion for your chair - this strategy game will keep you playing for a while!
  • 6. When the game demo has downloaded, double-click it to start installing it.
  • 7. Once the Age of Empires III game demo is installed, double-click it to jump back in time and take command of an ancient civilization!
  • Age of Empires III PC Requirements

    Conquering the world with the Age of Empires III strategy game demo takes a computer with power! How much power? This much.
    Operating System: Windows XP
    Processor: 1.4 GHz or faster.
    RAM: 256 MB RAM required.
    Hard Drive: 620 MB free space.
    Video Card: 64MB with hardware T&L.
    Sound: DirectX9 compatible sound card.
    DirectX: DirectX 9c or higher.

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