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Throne: Kingdom at War Review

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Throne: Kingdom at War is a free-to-play MMO strategy game which is available on mobile. It was released on the 24th August 2016 (on the Google Play Store) and is still regularly being updated by the developers, with the most recent update being released on 24th April 2018.  In Throne: Kingdom of War you are set with the task of running a medieval town, starting with nothing, building up your town over periods of time.

When you load up the game for the first time, you will be tasked with creating your medieval town and to complete the tutorial which the game makes you do. This is a somewhat basic tutorial which will show you all the basic things in the game which you will need to know to progress. Within the tutorial you are made to build certain buildings and upgrade them. This is how you will progress through the game, becoming much stronger in the game. Also within the tutorial it will teach you the basics of how to train your army (troops), what buildings do what and how to attack other players. The tutorial lasts around 20-25 minutes and once you have successfully completed it you are free to do whatever you wish in the game. You can also start from Throne: Kingdom at War FAQ page  which assembles in bullets all the important points of this game.

After completing the tutorial you are able to train whatever troops you wish, attack any players you wish and build any buildings (which you are capable to build). To attack players in the game all you need to do is make sure you have troops trained, go to the kingdom at the bottom of the screen then you are free to attack anyone you wish. In the map you will also see camps. These are loot stockpiles which if you choose to attack you will receive the resources held within it. This can be a good and easy way of obtaining resources which are used for many different things in-game. Resources are required to build and upgrade buildings, train troops, heal troops and much more. The aim is to build your town to be as strong as possible. This is achieved by training troops, upgrading buildings and researching things.

The game makes it easier for the player as well since you can skip any building construction/upgrade if it has less than 5 minutes remaining on the timer. Also, after completing the tutorial you receive many “boosts” for free. These consist of time boosts (to reduce the amount of time left on your upgrades/building constructions) and resource boosts (which give you a small amount of resources when redeemed). These boosts can be helpful if you are too low on resources to train troops, or if you want that upgrade finished much quicker.

In the game also are Orders. These are exactly like a clan which you can join after you have completed the tutorial. Or if you want to feel even more like a leader, then the game offers you the ability to create your own order and direct it to victory. While the game features micro-transactions, these are just to buy gold, which doesn’t really give you that much of a boost over anyone else. Gold is used to buy boosts, resources, building upgrades/constructions or to even skip the timer on those things. The game will also give you offers which give can give you good value for money since they might offer you a range of helpful items all for a low price (such as boosts, resources and gold).

Overall, Throne: Kingdom at War is a great mobile game MMO which you can play on the go. It is easy to pick up and put down at any time, and since you don’t need to dedicate all of your time to playing it, it makes it an even better choice of a mobile game you should play in your spare time.

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Joel Hurley
From England, UK. On a IT (Computing) course at college. I play on Xbox One. Feedback is greatly appreciated through the comments.
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Joel Hurley

From England, UK. On a IT (Computing) course at college. I play on Xbox One. Feedback is greatly appreciated through the comments.