This was a strategy board game I played a few times as a child almost 20 years ago. Here is what I remember:

  1. There were two sides with identical sets of pieces. I seem to recall the sides being brown and grey.
  2. There were medieval soldier pieces. Some chariots (that the soldiers could ride), and elephants.
  3. Each player has a set number of moves per turn that he can distribute as he sees fit on his pieces.
  4. There was a hierarchy of power. I'm pretty sure a soldier (alone) couldn't kill an elephant.
  5. The map was a network of connected circles.
  6. Each side had a castle composed of 5 or 6 connected circles.
  7. To win you had to occupy your opponents castle.

Thanks in advance!

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    Don't know why this was downvoted - seems like a reasonable and objectively answerable question! Also, sounds like an interesting game... Aug 11 '11 at 10:01

The game you are looking for is Conquest:

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    Ooh, pretty board... Aug 11 '11 at 10:01
  • Yes! That's it! A self published game? Hmmm. Makes me really wonder where the people who had it got it from. It's not like we have a big board game market in Asia. Aug 11 '11 at 12:54
  • Awesome ... it looks interesting enough that I might even check it out.
    – Stephen
    Aug 11 '11 at 12:56
  • I added a link to the BGG page. There are multiple different versions with different BGG pages, so I chose the earliest one, but that might not be the version that you had. Jan 28 '19 at 6:47

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