|13 октября 2016 г.
- OS: Ubuntu 14 or above
- Processor: 1.2Ghz+
- Memory: 1 GB RAM
- Storage: 200 MB available space
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Survival Kingdom is aturn-based, retro strategy game.
You are the ruler of a kingdom in a medieval fantasy-pixel world. Embark on an adventure and test your ruling abilities.
Will your kingdom escape death and achieve glory? Will you be able to survive?It all depends on you!
- Popularity System: The people are resentful, so treat them well
- Upgrade Buildings: You can improve your buildings
- Manage your Kingdom: Taxes, Laws and Prison Penalties
- 28 Endings: Composed of 3 different modules
- Honor the gods with statues and sacrifices
- Interactive Events
Reviews about the game
This is a simple town management game with periodic automated battles in between turns. If you're the type of player who enjoys optimizing your build/approach on successive runs, then there is definitely some fun to be had here. I don't think it will have much lasting appeal once you figure the system out, but there is enough meat on the bones to justify the meager asking price.
A casual strategy/management game with meager content and atrocious repetitiveness. Pros: + Runs on any computer + Pleasant pixel graphics + Music is nice though repetitive + Intriguing achievements Cons: - All fights are the same - Fighting is just watching units killing each other, you on't make any strategic decision - Economy is boring and frustrating - Random events are classified into four kinds accoring how far you are in the game, meaning that you will get them multiple times for each step Verdict: Casual yet not easy, repetitive and bland, this game probable is probably best to be forgotten. Essentially lacks fun. Details: This game works in turns. You have an interface which is your town and each turn, you click on various buildings to manage your "kingdom". Forge creates armors for units, barracks allow you to hire units (5 of them, but boils down to 3 basically), and market allows you to sell goods. You can build buildings to increase the income of these goods. When you end your turn, random events can happen, with choices to be done, or you can face off an orc assault. You have to balance your gold, population increase, popularity (to my mind the hardest to deal with since I could not quite figure out which missing supplies were making every one to become unhappy). The game suffers from two things: randomness (if you have to face off heavy orc attacks for two or three turns in a row and if the market prices are low, then you keep loosing army and money). Vicious circles are extremely punishing: the smaller your army, the more losses you get, so you have to hire more units than if your army were big in the first place; unpopularity means loss of money so you cannot build the buildings to get the goods people want, etc. Once the balance is tipping off, you feel like you are doomed to fall, which is not a good feeling in a game. It does not feel challenging, it feels unbalanced. If you add the fact that all turns look the same, all fights are exactly the same (poorly animated units strike at each other in the most boring way and then you get a statistics account of the battle), you are left with something pretty much devoid of fun, though not without qualities.
[h1] Survival Kingdom [/h1] [b] Pros: [/b] + Battles are fun to watch + Interesting Events + Cool Characters To Fight + Initially Lots Of Things To Learn That Is Fun + Cheap (And I got it for 50% off) [b] Cons: [/b] - Repetitive after awhile - Once you get the formula down it gets boring [b] Review [/b] Survival Kingdom is an enjoyable little game that I am happy that I played. It's not life changing or super amazing, but it's a solid little game. You take charge of a very small town and help them grow. You need to keep the people happy as well get enough gold to buy troops so you can hold back the waves of orcs. You bump into some cool events that are pretty fun too. If you have only a few dollars left in your steam wallet and if you are looking for a game that you can play for a few hours then this is the game for you. [b] This was Curated for PC Beta Gaming if you would like to follow us the link is below: [/b] http://steamcommunity.com/groups/PC-BetaG#curation This review is just my opinion. If you liked this review please give it a thumbs up. Thank you for reading my review. If you would like to see more of my reviews the link is below: http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198120632907/recommended/?p=1
Two hours in and nothing has changed. No story has unfolded. No new buildings were unlocked. No economic chain revealed itself. I made a lot of food and sold it to buy buildings that made more food. I kept an army of mages fortified at the only bridge between my kingdom and the orcs.
I got my money's worth out of it. It's cheap and fun. It feels like a simplified Kairosoft game.
This is one of the games, that I don't recall buying or even playing.