** Nominated by the Independent Games Festival for Excellence in Design. **
** Two IGF Honorable Mentions for Music **
In Kingdom: New Lands, you take on the role of a monarch struggling to build your kingdom up from nothing. Explore the lands for resources, recruit loyal subjects, and shore up your defenses — but make haste, for when nightfall comes, a dark and greedy presence awaits…
Kingdom: New Lands provides a welcome yet challenging & strategic experience for newcomers and longtime fans alike. Building upon the award-winning twist on tower defense gameplay and mystery of classic Kingdom, New Lands introduces an abundance of new content to the IGF-nominated title while maintaining the simplicity and depth that legions of monarchs have come to cherish.
Travel to the New Lands and welcome the deluge of new mounts, merchants, and vagrants that call these isles home, but be wary of the new obstacles that threaten your arrival - for not just the greedy creatures block your way, but even the environment itself can defeat you.
Be brave, ruler, and fight to the bitter end, lest these New Lands conquer you instead.
“The fact that it’s far deeper than I could have imagined has easily pushed this into my Best of 2017 list.” -Touch Arcade
“A cryptic, gorgeous, and righteously frustrating way to spend time.” -PC Gamer
“I am in love.” -Destructoid
Traverse the land on horseback to discover all the wealth, secrets, and unlockables that you can use to your advantage.
Across the land, wandering vagrants await your orders. Spend gold to recruit them as loyal subjects to help build and bolster your kingdom.
Do you need sturdier walls, or taller sentry towers? Farming plots or bakeries? As the leader of your people, shape and sustain your kingdom as you see fit.
The wisest of monarchs know that the night brings danger. Make sure you’re safe and well protected from the insidious Greed when the sun sets - if they steal your crown, it’s all over!
Time and gold are both in limited supply. The army of Greed grows stronger with each passing day. The land, while plentiful, can also be harsh. Will you make the right choices of when and where to devote your resources?
We bring good news to Kingdom: New Lands. Performance is improved through updates to the game engine and SDK support. In addition, the home indicator on iPhone X has been made transparent to be less intrusive to the experience while playing.
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How do you build a kingdom? By galloping around and flinging gold at people, then seeing how they help you. That’s the great thing about this deceptively deep survival game—how amazing you feel when you figure out everything from securing laborers to mounting defenses against monsters. And finding all the secrets (like a unicorn that drops gold) will keep you busy for ages.
Love, but wish it was less buggy
I have been obsessed with this game pretty much for the last two months. Even though I've best it many times over, it's still fun and interesting. For the $10 I paid for it, it's provided more entertainment than just about anything else with the same value, and I much prefer it over all other video games I've bought in the last couple years.
That said, I've been really frustrated by all the bugs. They don't happen every game, but when they do happen, the only way to describe the way I feel is 😖😩😭. Occasionally, a hermit will disappear, or my knights that were sent to the ship will, upon opening the game back up after a few hours, be in front of my castle. Little things like that. It's usually still possible to win with the bugs, but is a setback and pulls me out of fun gameplay mode. Is it still worth playing? Absolutely. Would it be better if these glitches weren't ruining things? Duh. Also, it wouldn't hurt if there was a way to cancel an action... not that I've frequently built a wall in the middle of the forest where I oughtn't have, or sent knights off to attack too early, or anything like that...
For reference, I mostly play on Apple TV, but also pick it up on iPhone and iPad.
Ignore the people complaining about the ios version vs the pc version or console version. Since I bought this on ios, I went on to buy it on steam as well and on my switch (much layer when they releases it there). I have not noticed a performance difference between them at all, it's likely the people complaining simply have older phones with older batteries in them slowing their processors down. It's an amazingly simple and crazy fun game. It's everything great about God games/building games and tower defense together. It's just so perfect. It's so addictive and there's so many cool things to unlock, various new buildings, New mounts that all do different things (like the unicorn that eats grass and poops gold, the bear that attacks, the deer/elk that will make deer follow you, etc.) The new lands update was amazing, and now they've gone and released a new one! I haven't had a lot of time to really delve into skull island but I have no doubt it will be just as amazing. These devs are a credit to the industry, it's so great to see committed devs who continue to produce new content and refine their game. You can tell this was a labor of love for them. I would buy any new games they release in a heartbeat based on their performance with Kingdoms alone.
- Raw Fury AB
- 180.5 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2017 Raw Fury AB
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