Lead your clan, build an army, wage wars — become Shogun and rule over Japan
The Empire of Japan is tearing itself apart. Fights are constantly breaking out between its provinces. The reign of your clan begins — become Shogun, ultimate ruler of the Medieval Japan.
Shogun’s Empire: Hex Commander is a turn-based strategy game with multi-layered gameplay mechanics.
MASTER ECONOMY AND DIPLOMACY ON A STRATEGY MAP
Choose from dozens of campaigns built around 15 historical clans. Conquer provinces and gain access to new type of units and strengthen your position in the region.
Make alliances, declare wars and maintain your honor level to get better prices and respect amongst your neighbours.
Create a strong economy and provide food for your troops, upgrade provinces to ultimately build an unstoppable army.
LEAD YOUR ARMY IN TACTICAL BATTLES
Recruit ashigaru, well-trained samurai or elite ninjas. Create an army that suits your tactics. Choose from melee soldiers equipped with yari, various sword wielding units, ranged troops with various bow types, rifles, and more. Utilize cavalry to fight in the open battlefields or dominate with high-powered cannons during castle sieges.
Your soldiers gain experience during battle and become more effective and deadly. Each army is commanded by a general that boosts morale and provides additional bonuses like army size and combat skills.
IMMERSE YOURSELF IN MEDIEVAL JAPAN
Japanese voice-overs, detailed units and landscapes with dynamic seasonal cycles and an art style, influenced by historical paintings, will help you to feel the atmosphere of the Land of Cherry Blossoms.
A user-friendly interface with contextual tips and hints will help you to learn the rules in no-time and enjoy the game at its max potential.
- Option to change the FPS.
- Bug fixes.
Ratings and Reviews
It is a fun strategy game, but…
The game forces you to watch advertisement videos from time to time. Otherwise, it is overall a fun game to sink your time into. Fortunately, the videos can be skipped after five seconds, but these ads are little too invasive for me, and as result, I am quitting after almost two hours of play.
If the advertisement videos don’t bother you and you’re looking for simple tactics strategy mixed in with economy management and minor city development, this game is for you! The overworld map and army group(s) are similar to Total War: Shogun II, but the combat is styled after tactics gameplay and played on a multi-hexagonal field.
The game is free but offers premium purchases for those who would like access extra content, such as bonus resources and premium units. I don’t blame them for their choice of having ads played in game though since it is a free game of surprising quality!
What an unexpected surprise!
(I wish Apple would not let customer ONLY give Star rating w/o qualifying text. As many of us know, customer’s with rate an app poorly for some pretty ridiculous reasons. It would help other customers in deciding whether to get the app.)
I have no idea how I missed SE:HC! I’m still just getting into the SE:HC. The graphic quality is very good. Configurability is adequate. Camera’s zoom range is very good (many developers blow on this feature). The one thing lacking, so far, is the ability to rotate the camera’s perspective to more easily see behind game object’s. It’s not bad. It would just be better. Everything is laid out logically. Adequate game assistance. In game ads are infrequent, so far iOS game related, and before I paid the 99 cents to turn ads off, never appeared during game play. I was afraid turning ads off would stopped voluntary ad watching to get free(real money wise) gold but it didn’t. You just see a small, discrete icon in the very bottom left of the screen. Intelligently done I am released to say.
So far this looks like a good game. I’ll update this review after I’ve played it more but, for my tastes, looks very promising.
Great game but…
It’s a great game and it’s something I’ve been looking for but the problem I have with it that the campaign lacks depth, the ai should have a difficulty setting because it’s to easy and my main thing is the honor, like the max honor is capped at 100 but when you go over that in the amount of territory you have. you start having rebellion percentages going up (meaning less taxes) and that’s good and all but when I gain more territory say for example a mine. If I get another mine I end up losing more gold then I got from the previous turn even when upgraded to the max because I have to lower my tax income even more just to not get my building destroyed losing even more money. 4.5 stars if I could
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- Teresa Dymek
- 170.7 MB
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 12.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
English, French, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Ukrainian
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- © 2019 Home Net Games
- In-App Purchases
- 3500 gold $3.99
- Access to Imperial Vault $0.99
- Ultimate Battle Pack $7.99
- Unlock all campaigns $0.99
- 6500 rice $3.99
- Remove Advertisements $0.99
- 800 gold $0.99
- 1400 rice $0.99
- 1700 gold $1.99
- 3000 rice $1.99