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A sequel is announced! Feudalism III news at http://mytide.net/?p=2585

The age of Feudalism continues! Once again you start a long journey as a weak chieftain with the goal of becoming the most powerful warrior and ruler of the whole world.
The world is bigger now, there're 6 different nations,12 heroes, lots of weapons, armor and much more ways to vanquish enemies. Recruit soldiers, buy and upgrade equipment, conquer cities and challendge great heroes to make yourself the king of kings!

Tips and tricks:
- Recruit more troops and let them fight. Try to fill both first and second lines with soldiers and keep some guys in reserve.
- Complete quests. In the begining of the game completing quests is the easiest way to get some money and experience.
- Don't be a hero. In the very begining main hero is very weak: he can die even from a single hit, so you'd better hide behind your army's back and attack from a distance until you get level 5-7.
- Attack weak villages first. The level of settlement's protection is displayed at the top left corner of town screen. The more stars are white - the better protection. Try to capture villages with 2 or 3 stars in the begining.
- Refine your weapons at forge. Even small bouns (+3 or +4) gives high damage boost at the begining.
- Learn at least one special move for weapon you ussually use - they are much more effective than normal attacks.
- Don't forget to buy more potions to heal yourself in battle (potions' hotkeys are Z znd X)

Reviews


thefringethefringe

Rated 4 / 5 stars August 22, 2009

not a bad game, but...

ughhh... gradients...



KillersharkKillershark

Rated 4 / 5 stars August 17, 2009

It's missing a realistic touch.

It's great that you can conquer all lands, but what good is a one-dimensional game? What you should do in the next one is have the ability to create alliances with other nations, with the ability to break them at your own will. As another reviewer said, a retreat option would be good, but not without a penalty. If you retreat, you lose a piece of land previously conquered. The problem with this was that is was a bit too similar to its predecessor. Without the different modes and town champion fight option, Feudalism II would have more or less been a carbon copy of Feudalism. Great job everywhere else though.



Rifter-66Rifter-66

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 16, 2009

It's missing one thing...

A retreat option. I ran into battle without weapons equipped and I haved saved and I can't die D:



hollowshinhollowshin

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 15, 2009

awesome

great rpg game one of best on newgrounds got so good i could take large citeis all alone



Tatsue2Tatsue2

Rated 4 / 5 stars August 13, 2009

okay

its okay but it just seems that it takes a while before you can realy get going