Be A King

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A strategy game set in a fantasy world where you build towns and defend them against hordes of raiders!




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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!
  • Play 25 original levels
  • Use 7 different types of buildings to grow your cities
  • Upgrade the buildings - each building has 3 variants
  • Defend your minions against hordes of monsters and bandits
  • Fulfill different types of objectives
  • Train heroes and complete complex adventurous quests
  • Enjoy the orchestral soundtrack
  • And much more


Mac Requirements Minimum Supported Will It Run?
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64bit SupportNo
CPU TypeUniversal
CPU CoresAny
CPU SpeedAny
System RAMAny
Drive SpaceUnknown
Video RAMAny
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  1. Not worth it
    by Linzy Elliot, USA - Jun 18th 2009

    This game has great cartoon stye graphics and music but was too easy and way to short. It was like a rip off of Age of Empires with much less freedom. You cant do anything but complete scenarios. Play the demo its kinda fun but not worth the price at all.

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  2. Not quite enough...
    by ladawna howard, USA - Apr 20th 2009

    After doing the very easy to follow tutorial the game is entertaining and easy but my main issue with it is the lack of creativity allowed by the player. The game is NOT an open board where you can create a town or city. Instead, it is a series of short scenarios where you have to meet a particular set of objectives (like to reach a certain population or money point, and build some specific buildings) There is not a lot of room for player strategy or creativity. There is just about one way to win a scenario, that's it, you are off to the next screen. I completed all scenarios in about a half day of playing and now there is nothing left to do. If you are looking for a Sim City or Ceasar type game, this is not it. If you are very new to these types of games and want a one day introduction, you might enjoy this.

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