RPG Elements – your skills as a king affect your kingdom.
Petitioners – You must hold court and make decisions for your kingdom.
Establish trade relations, alliances, and vassals with neighboring kingdoms or just conquer them.
Court and marry beautiful women from the land to build strong alliances. Will you choose a marriage for political reasons or desire?
Build your town from the ground up.
Research technologies to improve your kingdom’s well being, defensive capabilities, for trade, or for war.
Take part in tournaments, manage battle plans, issues spies and subterfuge against other kingdoms.
Manage not only resources, but manpower as well, what has higher priorities?
You are a king. A king's abilities translates to a kingdom's efficiency in all areas from trade to war. As you guide your kingdom, both you and your kingdom grow and evolve into a place of greatness and splendor....or run it into the ground where only ash remains.
Hold court and see your petitioners. Your advisors will come to you needing problems solved. They represent your people and you must answer correctly. How you respond decides how your kingdom grows and how you grow as a king. With over 10,000 lines of dialogue, you have quite a few decisions to make. Lose the will of the people and you might find a revolt on your hands.
Send emissaries to other kingdoms to establish trade routes. Build a relationship and grow close with other kingdoms. Improve trade relations for improved profits and speed up the construction of your empire.
"I'm not a witch, I'm your wife!" Six eligible ladies just looking for a worthy suitor. Each has their own personality and own desires. Some are built to be a queen, while others are fell into it. Either way, each marriage has their own unique benefits depending on your overall strategy.
Start with nothing. As the youngest prince, you barely paid attention to your studies. Research over 120 technologies to help build your kingdom, improve your troops, spies, and own personal abilities. With four tech trees to decide from and effort it takes to research, you must pick what is most important.
*******Build Your City*******
Start with an empty plot of land and establish your capitol. Upgrade your city overtime and grow it into the grandest in the world. A prosperous city is needed to conquer the world.
*******Medieval Life of a Lord*******
As king, you can take part in tournaments and win prizes and impress the ladies. Going to war? Establish a battle strategy. Want to break down another kingdom's economy or military power? Send in your spies and crush them from within. Weaken them and break them down. Court favor with princesses or other kingdoms.
Manage your resources, population, and manpower available. Want to go to war and need troops, recruiting troops comes straight from your population. Population is needed for taxes. Want to trade, research, build, train...you only have so much manpower? What takes priority is up to you!
Want to conquer the war through a trail of blood rather than through diplomatic means? Then troops matter. Craft weapons, recruit troops, and pick the right combination. Each troop type has their strengths and weaknesses to counter your enemies. Choose wisely in the heat of battle.
Windows 7 or later
Intel Core i5
2 GB RAM
Nvidia Geforce GTX 550/equivalent or higher
800 MB available space
High-range Intel Core i5
4 GB RAM
Nvidia Geforce GTX 760/equivalent or higher
3 GB available space
|Developer:||Combat Wombat Studios|
|Publisher:||Combat Wombat Studios|