KingMania Now Available For OS X
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 3 comments
300AD, the casual label of the independent team Rake In Grass, has announced the release of a new strategy game: KingMania.
The fast action strategy game challenges players to make quick tactical decisions as they struggle to conquer their opponents using a variety of buildings and units. KingMania offers 30 levels with unique battlefields, more than 30 structure upgrades, 5 spells of mass destruction, multiplayer mode, and 5 computer opponents to defeat.
Players can control different buildings, using their power and the power of hordes of your lieges to defeat their opponents.KingMania costs $19.95 for the full version of the game and requires Mac OS X 10.3 and a 64MB video card.
Each of the buildings in the game has another purpose and can be improved upon - castles produce strong knights and allow you to cast magical spells at enemy buildings or to summon dragons. Villages provide food as well as villagers, who are weak warriors, but attack in hordes and when they turn to berserkers, they can gain a destructible force. Gold can be gathered at mines, mage towers can shoot fireballs and destroy garrisons in enemy houses, etc.
The game is situated on an island kingdom, developed in pleasant and easy to understand graphics with comical features, and can be taken as an attempt to introduce strategic games to casual players.
Head over to the site below to download the demo and learn more about the game.
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