conquest is a real-time multi-player space warfare game originally written in ratfor for the vax/vms platform. It was an early predecessor to netrek.
a version of the board game Risk for Windows PCs, HandheldPCs and PocketPCs
Conquest is a turn-based game playable via IRC, along with other media. It is about ten years old, and now has a web and telnet interface. Players take the part of lords in medieval Europe, complete with jousting for honors, land wars, magic, a complex artifact and hero system, and the ability to choose from six different player classes, including a vampire class which can use mind control on other players.
Conquest is a gametype used mainly by EA and Digital Illusions CE's Battlefield franchise. To win a game of Conquest, the teams in the game (usually two) must capture pre-determined spawnpoints labeled by flags. Depending on the amount of friendlies in the capture radius of a flag, the capture timer will charge faster, thereby shortening the time of capture.
The act or process of conquering, or acquiring by force; the act of overcoming or subduing opposition by force, whether physical or moral; subjection; subjugation; victory.
That which is conquered; possession gained by force, physical or moral.
Conquest was a TV show on the History Channel hosted by Peter Woodward. Each 30 minute episode trained normal people to fight with historical weapons relating to the theme of the episode. After training them, they used their skills to fight each other or overcome an obstacle course.
Conquest is a documentary series currently being shown in repeats on the History Channel, starring actor, stuntman, and historical weapons expert Peter Woodward. In each episode he (or occasionally an outside expert) teaches his small group of assistants a particular type of weapon, or a set of weapons from a particular time period, while demonstrating their function, describing their comparative advantages and disadvantages, and discussing their history.
The acquiring of property by other means than by inheritance; acquisition.
To gain territory in war.
the acquisition of territory by force. (From Latin conquirere: "to seek for.")