by Peter Warrior, Appszoom
Eternal Kingdom would the umpteenth fantasy game if not for its above average quality. First you have to choose between the three available races (human, elf, undead), three races that hate each other but trade and talk anyway. You have to raise your city and raise resources, much like any browser-based game, but also create and army and manage it through heroes, what somehow reminds of Heroes of Might and Magic without a campaign map.
The game strongly focuses on luring friends to create your own guild to gather resources faster. It's a free game after all, so nobody should be struck at this point. To put it in a straightforward way, it's just an other management game with all the usual topics of the genre it belongs to. Thank Gamevil that graphics are enjoyable and there's a storyline to be played solo.
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by Peter , Appszoom
May 06, 2013
from 2.208 reviews