Kingdom Two Crowns

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Kingdom Two Crowns Free Download GAMESPACK.NET A side-scrolling kingdom management game? I couldn’t even picture what that would look like. But as soon as I picked it up and started playing, everything fell into place. You are a monarch, a king or queen destined to revive a cursed, ailing kingdom, overgrown, and beset by shadowy monsters. You traverse this side-scrolling realm on your noble steed, granting gold from your coin pouch to recruit citizens, build structures, train soldiers and builders, and just about anything you can imagine. It’s a simple formula, but one which the game escalates excellently. Every night monsters come to attack your town, and here aspects of tower defence appear as you build walls and watchtowers, and ensure your citizens get behind them safely. Also your horse’s stamina mechanics – where it will get out of puff if you run too long – mean you’ve got to be careful not to get caught out by monsters either. And this is where Kingdom: Two Crowns is at its smartest – your gold is also your health. Every time an enemy hits you, a coin will drop, but if you have no coins left, you will drop your crown. If the enemy gets their greasy mitts on it, that’s game over for this monarch. You will, however, then revert to a ruler succeeding you on a previous island. Pretty smart, huh? TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA).

In this way I love Kingdom: Two Crowns. Like Don’t Starve or Rainworld, it doesn’t tell you how to play. Just like actually ruling a kingdom, there is no guide, only the mistakes of your lineage, and what you’re able to learn from them. The key to simple strategy games – or micro strategy, if you will – lies in how they escalate, using a simple formula, and factoring up in scale. By introducing a new currency, random encounters throughout the kingdom, the number of monsters that attack each night, and the buildings and fortifications you can make, Kingdom: Two Crowns increases the challenge with each new island you travel to. But saying this, I’m aware not everyone enjoys micro strategy, mainly for one reason – control. Strategy is all about control, and it can be frustrating when things become unavoidable because you weren’t given it. Simplistic design in strategy games, while elegant, can have that effect, and I did come across a few cases of that in Two Crowns. It can be frustrating when a citizen ignores a build instruction, or archers don’t gather at the wall you just built. But these are the exceptions to the rule, and the game is honestly too good for them to spoil it. One of the best things about Two Crowns is how the game punishes you for having too good an economy. Your coin purse can only hold so much, which makes sense when you consider it is also your health, but if you collect too many, gold will begin to spill from your purse, dropping around you and into the water below. This isn’t helped by the fact that your well-meaning citizens drop the money they are carrying at your feet when you stop by them. It’s an incredibly fun and chaotic mechanic.  The Escapists 2

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