You’re the leader of a small kingdom aiming to conquer the world. In this peaceful world without war or battle. Strengthen your economy and dominate the world with your influence. Using a healthy dose of panoptic strategy, you'll expand your territory by building towers in their own hexes and interacting with 3 different kinds of AIs in this turn based strategy land grab game.
This is only misssing multiplayer. The larger map sizes gives the game a much more strategic feel and play style. On 64x64 I often find my self managing multiple war fronts, exploiting weak spots in the enemy defense line to capture their resources and cripple their economy to halt resistance. With larger maps and a potentially larger economy, the trade system's value and importance is greatly multiplied. I often finish 16 player 64x64 games with around 5-6 millions resources traded (on a 5 to 1 ratio). Do I want to expand into the neutral territory to my NW for easy resources, or should I crush the weak enemy to the NE before they get iron, or form a defense against a large empire to the East? Strategically placing and removing high value resource towers to keep the production cost low allows me to continually expand my front lines w/o bogging down my economy with high costs. If you couldn't tell, I really enjoy the new map sizes.
This game is well worth the $5! It's an amazing game for a concept so easy. I haven't really played a game like this before and I am just so ecstatic on how much I enjoyed this game! If you are a fan of of Real Time Strategy games you will definitely love this! 9/10
PS Haven't had an issues with it running, Thank you Cutandreil for the great work hope to see more games in the future!
An overly simple tile based strategy game with virtually no polish at all. The art is sparse and boring, there are just about no sound effects (not even to assist in feedback) and the music isn't worth mentioning, and there doesn't seem to be a story worth a damn between the dialogue. As for the actual gameplay, it's not entirely un-fun, but is a bit vapid. It seems to boil down to pushing borders back further and further until you control the more of the map and your enemies have no territory left. It was easy to understand and play for a strategy game, however.
All-in-all, this game just doesn't have enough substance to keep me entertained past the 5 minute mark.