Kingdom: New Lands

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Kingdom: New Lands is a 2D sidescrolling strategy/resource management hybrid with a minimalist feel wrapped in a beautiful, modern pixel art aesthetic.





  • Strategy  
  • Raw Fury
  • 8/9/2016
  • 2.0
  • English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Portuguese, Swedish
  • Single-player
    Full Controller Support
Wise Rulers know their kingdom will fall,
Brave Rulers do not despair.
Great Rulers know their riches can rule,
And spend every coin with great care.

About This Game

Tales spread of far off isles with mysteries waiting to be discovered. Rulers will need all the strength of their subjects to sail away and find new kingdoms in these New Lands.

Kingdom: New Lands builds upon the award-winning gameplay and mystery of Kingdom by introducing an abundance of new content to the IGF-nominated title while maintaining the simplicity and depth that legions of monarchs have come to experience and enjoy. Travel to the New Lands and welcome the deluge of new mounts, merchants, and vagrants that call these isles home, but be wary of the new obstacles that threaten your arrival -- for not just the greedy creatures block your way but even the environment itself can defeat you.

Be brave, ruler, and fight to the bitter end, lest these New Lands conquer you instead.

What is the game about?

Good question! One approach to it would we to try to compile some sort of feature list, but what does that really tell you. Another way to address this question is to talk about the emotional journey and experience that Kingdom: New Lands offers.

It is about exploration, discovery, survival and that awesome feeling that you get, when you figure something out, on your own. When multiple pieces all of a sudden come together to form a whole – a basis for a new strategy or an understanding how something in the world of Kingdom: New Lands truly works.

It is about tenacity and overcoming obstacles – even when they seem to be unsurmountable. Pulling through, against all odds. Rebuilding and recovering. And that huge internal high-five when you succeed.

It is about figuring out how best to manage your little Kingdom and tie everything together in a fashion where the game doesn’t play you – you play the game.

It’s also beautiful, tranquil, melancholy, frantic, stressful and wonderful. It delivers a spectrum of emotions that combine into a unique experience.

It's a minimalist strategy game where you need to discover the rules of how the world behaves before you can rule effectively. It's also a little bit whimsical, it's pretty, and it can be frustrating but it won't hold your hand.

What’s new?

Kingdom: New Lands introduces a lot of new things and builds on the original Kingdom game. It changes the end game significantly. It’s loaded with new elements, new things to discover and explore. It meets a lot of requests for new features, suggested improvements and general feedback from the incredible and wonderful community that has embraced the world of Kingdom and stuck with the game since the launch of the original title – and even further back, when the earliest iteration of Kingdom was a Flash based browser game, enjoyed by an incredible number of people.

So, for anyone that has played Kingdom before, Kingdom: New Lands will introduce many new elements that revitalize the experience. New players will find a bigger, deeper world than the original Kingdom (now called Kingdom: Classic) had to offer.

We hope you try out the game and enjoy playing it, as much as we’ve enjoyed getting it into your hands.
Copyright 2016 Raw Fury AB. All Rights Reserved.


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64bit SupportNo
CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU Cores2
CPU Speed2 GHz
System RAM2 GB
Drive Space1 GB
Video RAM256 MB
Video CardAny
Important Notes:
  • Optional Steam Key provided with purchase. Not required.

Reviews, Ratings & Comments


From 14 Shoppers

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  1. More of Kingdom is a good thing
    by Ritx A., Norway - Feb 5th 2018

    Got Kingdom:Classic for free a while ago. And I was surprised by the amount of hours I ended up dumping on it. So I figured I'd support the devs and buy New Lands.
    I probably would not pay the full price, but it's totally worth grabbing it for 3 usd on sale. You'll get bored eventually, but you'll get your money's worth of entertainment.

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  2. Nice pixel sidescroller, but not so much replayability past a certain point
    by Stroym, Czech Republic - Oct 30th 2017

    I'm not usually into pixel art games, but I gotta say there's some magic to that style. This is a nice sidescroller, but it can - and will - get rather boring, once you pass a certain point and you just want to get the 100 day achievement.
    Your survival will partly depend on how your terrain generates, though if you really want to, you can edit your save files with a text editor (though it's a mess).
    I'm not sure I'd get it for full price again, but it's definitely worth the purchase on sale, as you'll spend quite a few hours exploring the game and it really takes a while to get to the point you've unlocked everything. It's especially challenging in the beginning, when you have no real idea what's actually going on.
    There are - or at least were - seasonal mounts added after the game's release, so that's kinda nice. I'm only really sure about the Halloween mount, though.
    It's also nice you (should) get the Classic version with the purchase of New Lands, so you can experience even the old game, which is slightly different.

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  3. Fun but difficult 2D city builder.
    by Yawaru, USA - Mar 28th 2016

    Kingdom has a fairly simple gameplay loop: you are a king or queen on horseback building a new kingdom from dirt with a few coins and some mercenary peasants, defend your kingdom from goblins, and expand! The graphics are 2D Atari-inspired pixel art used to fairly impressive effect with beautiful backdrops and a revolving day-to-night cycle.

    In the day, you collect gold, recruit workers, outfit them with bows to make them hunters or hammers to make them builders. The hunters shoot animals for additional gold while the builders make defenses and expand your kingdom. At night you fend off attacks from goblins trying to destroy your kingdom and ultimately steal your crown, causing a game over.

    This is where the difficulty comes in, you have a limited amount of time to gather resources and build up your fledgling city before waves of goblins come to tear your city down. Every few days a massive wave comes that tears your city a new one, which is when your crown is most at risk. This makes for tense and exciting games and multiple playthroughs while you hone your strategy and improve to progress further into the game.

    Overall, this game has niche appeal, but it does what it does very well. A great game to play for short bursts.

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  4. A little hard, but extremely rewarding!
    by Valkade Cavel, USA - Mar 4th 2016

    For my first few tries, I made some mistakes and I had to start over, but all it all the game is excellent. Well balanced, satisfying, beautiful, chalenging, and when I lost it wasn't the fault of the game. My only request is that they add a feature where you can send archers and royal guards to certain locations. Other than that, the game is fantastic.

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  5. Good
    by FishYes, Taiwan - Mar 1st 2016

    We look forward to for a long time
    its so good

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