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Built by Swedish game developers Paradox Entertainment, who specialise in games which show gamers the bigger picture, the company that gave us games such as Crusader Kings, Hearts of Iron, Age of Wonders and Europa Universalis has now entered the city-building genre, and the group is here to stay.
Paradox's portfolio includes established PC strategy franchises such as the Europa Universalis, Crusader Kings, Victoria and the Hearts of Iron series, as well as franchises in other genres such as Magicka and Cities: Skylines.
Paradox Interactive makes amazing historical-strategy games like Crusader Kings and Hearts of Iron. These neat games are based on maps, strategic choices, and tactical decisions.
When Paradox publishes a new game like Hearts of Iron III, it is enjoyed by garners around the world, including Wester's six-year-old son.
THE Hearts of Iron series has become renowned for being the biggest, most detailed attempt at compressing the Second World War into an engrossing and enthralling strategy experience on PC and Mac.
The first two titles have certainly succeeded and, after a four-year wait for an all-new instalment, Hearts of Iron 3 now follows in those footsteps, making sure the loyal fanbase the franchise has built up has its appetite for improvement satisfied.
Ages 10-14 will find Hearts of Iron totally engrossing; from its lovely color art to the story of Jessie, a dreamer who wants to leave for adventure, and Lucy, who can't ever imagine leaving her mountain home.