King's Empire allows you to play the role of an Arthur-like king who, assisted by his gorgeous maiden, has to raise his empire back to its former glory while dealing with old and new enemies alike. It can be considered a management game because you have to manage your cities' resources to build buildings and defenses, though there's a little (very little, indeed) RPG part when you form alliances and battle other Arthur-like players who have also to raise their empires back to their former glories.
In its early stages, game can feel too straightforward; however once the tutorial ends you might feel alone and without too much idea about what to do next. As you conquer new territories, King's Empire becomes quite time consuming, so be warned. Graphics are good-looking, though static and flat even when there are eagles flying around and fanfares being played in the background. It's epicness belongs to numbers, so don't expect stunning cutscenes or an awe-inspiring storyline.
Give it a go of that's you wish. It might happen that you feel like it isn't your thing because it's a too heavy management game, but hardcore or with a better attitude players would enjoy this deep and slow management game. Lastly, if you are into management but aren't fond of fairy tales, look for Galaxy Empire instead.
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by Peter , Appszoom
Apr 17, 2013