Throne: Kingdom at War

Good
  • Good range of mechanics to explore – Great feeling of growing an empire
Bad
  • Nothing new or exciting – Plays on the slower side of the genre
7

Throne: Kingdom at War has you playing as the Lord of a mighty kingdom as you take control of a strategy game with all the usual mechanics thrown in, giving you plenty of opportunity to grow your kingdom. Available in your web browser and mobile (iOS/Android) Throne: Kingdom at War continues the growing collection of Plarium strategy titles.

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Most comparable to Game of War: Fire Age Plarium has opted for a game that definitely was designed with mobile in mind although browser players will still be treated to the high quality UI and design of other Plarium titles. It all starts in fairly familiar territory too with players being guided through building up their city and step into the shoes of a warlord in the first battle.

Upgrading buildings, raiding for resources and improving your overall kingdom then takes the front seat as it does typically in this genre. All of this is done with the touch of a few buttons with multiple ways to pursue this growth which can help stave off the repetitiveness for a decent length of time. A large range of quests further helps offset this and provides that guiding hand over your kingdom growth.

Speaking of time Throne: Kingdom at War does allow you to skip timers when they reach a low point, allowing you to blitz through the early gameplay and avoid those moments where you logon and are just short of being able to do everything you want. It’s a nice touch but don’t expect this to counter wait times completely.

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End game is delivered in the usual fashion with a robust guild system (referred to as Order) which helps also give that game that social world feel and gives you plenty of large scale fights to participate in and give purpose to your thriving kingdom.

While nothing new in the scheme of things Throne: Kingdom at War offers plenty of gameplay and content to explore for the fan of the strategy MMO genre.

Summary:

  • Medieval themed strategy title.
  • Play in your browser or iOS and Android.
  • Conquer the world with your own Order (guild).
  • Countless quests to help your kingdom thrive.
  • Fight and grow your ideal kingdom.

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Review Platform: iOS

Written by
Samuel Franklin
Samuel Franklin is the founder and lead editor of the Games Finder team. He has worked in the gaming industry since 2008 publishing content on the likes of YouTube, GameSkinny, Hubpages and other media outlets as a guest author.Samuel actively enjoys video games across all genres and platforms, watching the trends of the gaming industry and following the independent development scene in particular.Games Finder is also a Steam Curator and featured in the aggregate review data of MobyGames and Neoseeker.

10 Comments

  1. I prefer a browser. It’s more usable to me than mobile version.

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  2. Not agree! Tablet is better. Cause you can sync without problem.

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  3. Nice guild system. But I would like to see more animation and trade. But pictures are great!

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  4. Hi there! What do you think about battling assailants? How I should attack assailants? I need an advice. I’m novice

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  5. Upgrade all assailants studies! Otherwise you will waste energy bottles, without avail.

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  6. Bro, thanks so much for your advice!

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  7. This is my favourite game on my tablet.

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  8. I think that web-version is more usable.

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  9. It seems good.

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  10. It’s nice to be a master!

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