Be A King
Be A King
1.0

2.5

Be A King free download for Mac

Be A King

1.0
14 November 2009

Build and maintian villages as a prince.

Overview

Be A King...Try to rule your land as the prince. Build and maintain villages, towns and even big cities! Defend your minions against hordes of monsters and bandits. Be a just and determined ruler, and realize the dream of becoming a brave king who leads his people to a better future! "Be a King" is a fantasy strategy game. It offers fast and entertaining game play for all players. You - as a ruler of a medieval kingdom - must build towns and cities, defend them against raiders and perform various objectives. Enjoy the medieval atmosphere in lovely fantasy graphics!

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Version 1.0: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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Petehammer
04 March 2009

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Have you played "Build-A-Lot"? Well, guess what, you've played "Be a King." This game is obviously built on the Build-A-Lot engine, with select tiles on which you can place various types of houses. Unfortunately, the game lasts all of a couple hours (tops). In fact, in the hour you're allowed to play for free, you'd get much further into it if the tutorials didn't intentionally slow you down. The idea isn't bad: a lightweight combo RTS/Build-A-Lot game. The implementation isn't great: the game is very, very short and far less complex than Build-A-Lot (though no annoying race against the clock play). There are maybe 7 structures total for the game, and three upgrades for each. Once you "unlock" certain buildings, however, you'll never use the prior building types. Buying Starcraft or Warcraft used (or even new) will give you hours upon hours more play than this game. Stability: I had a couple bugs, such as knights who were stuck on the map and numerous spelling/grammar errors. Graphics: Sufficient for this type of game. Value: Horrible. This game would be worth it at $5. But at $15 you can get a real RTS that offers the same simple graphics but gives you multi-day gameplay. Unless the price is lowered, stay away.
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Version 1.0
Petehammer
04 March 2009
Have you played "Build-A-Lot"? Well, guess what, you've played "Be a King." This game is obviously built on the Build-A-Lot engine, with select tiles on which you can place various types of houses. Unfortunately, the game lasts all of a couple hours (tops). In fact, in the hour you're allowed to play for free, you'd get much further into it if the tutorials didn't intentionally slow you down. The idea isn't bad: a lightweight combo RTS/Build-A-Lot game. The implementation isn't great: the game is very, very short and far less complex than Build-A-Lot (though no annoying race against the clock play). There are maybe 7 structures total for the game, and three upgrades for each. Once you "unlock" certain buildings, however, you'll never use the prior building types. Buying Starcraft or Warcraft used (or even new) will give you hours upon hours more play than this game. Stability: I had a couple bugs, such as knights who were stuck on the map and numerous spelling/grammar errors. Graphics: Sufficient for this type of game. Value: Horrible. This game would be worth it at $5. But at $15 you can get a real RTS that offers the same simple graphics but gives you multi-day gameplay. Unless the price is lowered, stay away.
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Version 1.0
$14.95

2.5

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • or later
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