|Genre: Strategy||Status: Final|
|Time Unit:Realtime||Theme: Warfare|
|Graphics: 2D||Period: Medieval|
|Fee: Buy ingame advantages||Developer:Pixabit, Inc|
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DarkAgeWars is a browser-based real time strategy game set in medieval Europe. The player has just returned from the Crusade wars and has been asked by the King of nations to settle their land and build a Kingdom. Use strategy to gather resources, build buildings and build an army. Rule by yourself or join an alliance to wage battles against other alliances. Beautiful artwork and real time game play offers an experience unlike other browser-based games.
In the game there are over 30 types of medieval buildings and over 16 units including siege weapons. Dark Age Wars takes place on a map of Europe where the user can strategically take land from other players and non player character (NPC) rebel units. An alliance system exists so that players can join teams with their friends and even fight against other alliances in epic battles.
Dark Age Wars can be played through the browser, meaning there is no software installation or download required. Both the quality of the graphics and artwork as well as the real time interface offers a game play experience similar to traditional video games. In addition, there is a fully original sound track as well as sound effects to improve the game play experience. How will history remember you as? The Great? The Adventurous? or The Tyrant? In Dark Age Wars you have the power to forge your place in history...
This is a guide about the first steps in Dark Age Wars, which is a browser-based real time strategy game set in medieval Europe. The player has just returned from the Crusade wars and has been asked by the King of nations to settle their land and build a Kingdom. Beautiful artwork and real time game play offers an experience unlike other browser-based games.
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