• Mohammed Albertsen posted an update 2 years, 11 months ago

    If imitation is considered the most sincere way of flattery then Clash of Kings by developer Empire Game Studios should have absolutely loved Machine Zone’s Game of War: Fire Age as the two games are very similar indeed. Game of War became a fun game though which means you isn’t necessarily bad.Clash of Kings depends on you, the king of your city taking it away from invaders, it’s unclear who they were or how you lost your city, but the only thing to be performed now is to rebuild your devastated city and train a whole new army to make sure it isn’t lost again.To get this done the player builds resource buildings, including Sawmills and Farms. These resources are utilized to crank out troops for example militia infantry plus some cavalrymen and also to research myriad upgrades for example faster farming, the cabability to support a greater army or simply upgrades on your troops and have stronger in battle. Building up the metropolis is a very slow burning process. Set with timers, it takes approximately 4 minutes to produce a basic unit of militia and upgrades and research take a long time. This is a common story in freemium games though and it is never really that annoying.Slowly upgrading town, gradually becoming stronger and amassing an army with a huge number of warriors is equally as interesting mainly because it was a student in Fire Age. The action also allows players to skip building and upgrade timers with under A few moments remaining and other players might help build or research things decreasing the timer at the same time.Alliances are central in Clash of kings. An alliance is a band of players which work together to develop their cities. Alliances can assist in constructing buildings for members or provide reinforcements. Any time a player wishes to attack they’re able to instead start a war rally allowing other players because alliance to incorporate soldiers also to create a large combined army of small alliance city armies, allowing for some truly huge forces to become fielded. Alliances tend to be friendly and helpful and the game feels as much just like a social experience since it will a game.Clash of Kings looks very inviting for that style of game it is. Buildings and units stand out and they are perfectly detailed for any free game. Buildings also change as is also upgraded and also the interface is well presented. Exactly how troops make along the side of town because they are created is satisfying too, as players can watch their army grow. To get a freemium city builder Clash of Kings looks impressive.The sound is almost limited but what’s there may be decent enough. The right music helps the game along nevertheless it loops way too frequently. The background music for the world map for instance loops every Half a minute that is a shame as it’s a fantastic track. Aurally the action is limited to some yells and clicks. Some combat sounds would have been nice.Clash of Kings is a decent wargame and though it apes Fire Age it is still an enjoyable strategic game on its own.