Description of App
You are a king of a small kingdom "Euphoria" and must sit on the throne for 50 years. Your task is to provide the population with grain, and ground to
provide protection against treacherous neighbors. The grain, gold, land, and peasants are the main resources of your kingdom. Feed the people, not bring
it up to rebellion and revolution. Preumnozhtsya his treasure, be wise and good ruler, or be insidious and conquer neighboring kingdoms!
Bring your country to prosperity in any way, become the best king of ...
Free or Paid
Apple Watch Support
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This app fully accessible to use with voiceover
2 people have recommended this app
This game is not free just now in Australia.
This app currently costs $0.99 in the US app store. Can the ratings please be changed to reflect this?
The game seems familiar for some reason but I can't say for why. Is it one of these management type things or is there a story, I could pay for it I suppose but just curious really
I think it' reminds some of us of the choice of games series. Is that what you are thinking of?
I am thinking that it reminds me of a logic puzzle we did at school on the BBC computer. I will buy it
Ah nice nice. I'm not in to that kind of stuff. I'm not a logical person but enjoy.
Can someone describe the gameplay of this a bit? Is it directly multiple choice, like choice of games, or is there a little more work in it, more like King of Dragon Pass? A podcast might be nice for this app.
Upon entering the game, there's music playing, quite nice. On the bottom there are 3 tabs, main menu, chat and setup. In setup you can set volume controls for music and sound effects. To keep this review short, it reminds me a bit of solara and not of the choice of games.
To reiterate someone else's question, how much of the game is story and how much resource management? For whatever reason I've been fascinated by resource management games lately, so I'd like to know. If no one can really answer this I'll buy it and make my first attempt at a podcast provided I like it enough to do so.
It's almost all resource management. There is very little story. IT'S a bit confusing and takes some getting used to, especially since the translation into English is not that clear. Worth the 99¢? Sure, especially if you like resource management games. It reminds me of a very stripped down KODP.