Cossacks: European Wars is a real-time strategy computer game for Windows made by the Ukrainian developer GSC Game World. It was released on April 24, 2001. The game has an isometric view and is set in the 17th and 18th centuries of Europe. It features sixteen playable nations each with its own architectural styles, technologies and units. [Wikipedia]
I had crushed the Yankees and the Brits but the game didn’t end because the British kept building headquarters at the corners of the map. So with a lot of resources I built a huge panzer division that consisted of a Tiger I, several Stugs, a halftrack, and some infantry units. Unfortunately, this is as big as it gets in Company of Heroes. This is the weakest point of the game; the limit on number of units is very low.
“Baba Yetu” is a song by composer Christopher Tin. It was composed in 2005 when video game designer Soren Johnson, his former roommate at Stanford, asked Tin to compose the theme song for Civilization IV and was sung by Ron Ragin and the Stanford Talisman. For its re-release in Tin’s debut album Calling All Dawns, it was sung by Ron Ragin and the Soweto Gospel Choir. [Wikipedia]