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Strategy Meets Simulation with Gameloft’s Kingdoms & Lords, Hits Google Play

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Posted August 11, 2012 by Noah Mocorro in News

Gameloft has been releasing a lot of games lately and one of which comes in a form of a real-time strategy game. Kingdoms & Lords is Gameloft’s new title that partially fits its role as an action packed RTS game.

Judging from the gameplay trailer, Kingdoms & Lords is sure is looking good with amazing

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graphics most especially when managing your kingdoms. As a Lord, players have to build their majestic city from scratch ad create an army against the Dark King.

Kingdoms & Lords is not your ordinary strategy game but rather Gameloft has added some few interesting things up on its sleeves. For starters, the game features a dual genre that combines strategy and medieval simulation. A strategy game in the sense of raising an army, attacking neighbors by hiring troops and developing your army. On the other hand, a medieval simulation, as the game takes you to a time-management game where you have to cultivate crops, raise animals and get more money.

Don’t expect huge battles or armies marching across the screen, as Lords & Kingdoms employs a turn based strategy and troops can be upgraded by the use of magical cards.

Lords & Kingdoms was just recently released and is now available for free to download at the Google Play Store. Be sure to check us out back once we’ve give you the full review of Lords & Kingdoms review. In the meantime here’s a juicy trailer to fill your appetite.


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Noah Mocorro
Noah Mocorro

Noah Mocorro runs his own small online business and has been writing articles about identity theft protection ever since one of his email accounts was hacked.