by Peter Warrior, Appszoom
Kingdom and Dragons mixes two well-known genres: there's a part in where you have to raise and manage your own fantasy city; and there's an another in which you have to defeat monsters in a stage and earn experience as in any other classical beat-em'up (namely Knights of the Round). You will also get items and stuff to improve your characters in order to free the kingdom of monsters. It's upon you to restore the land back to its former glory and become the mightiest king ever.
Graphics are good, perhaps a little bit too childish as usual in Gamevil's games and it's overall a good game, easily enjoyable and definitively a very good timewaster, suited to be played for many days before getting boring. However, this mix of genres makes that the management part is too linear and simple, while the combat stages feel a little bit clumsy and straightforward, at least till you get the best skills and spells. Unfortunately, there aren't any customization options beyond choosing which skills you prefer.
In conclusion, very good game, absolutely worth to be given a go, but also a lost chance to make a really outstanding masterpiece.
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by Peter , Appszoom
May 03, 2013
from 39.809 reviews