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Save your kingdom, Arthur! Create an army to conquor the evil warlords! There are 10 lands to defeat! Use your gold to buy troops and fortifications.

Your most powerful weapon is your Cannon Use it to fire boulders at your enemy! It is also the best weapon you have for destroying your enemies castle and towers! You can upgrade your cannon to fire deadly cannon balls with a spell!

The cannon is controlled by keyboard. Use up and down arrow keys to rotate the Cannon upwards or downwards, then use the space bar to fire. Each cannon boulder shot uses 2 pieces of gold, each cannonball shot uses 4 pieces of gold.

You have 6 trusty soldiers to call upon! Each with their own unique qualities. Once you have the required gold you can hire them by clicking on their icon, apart from the archer and wizard which is bought by being dragged onto the game area. Archers and wizards can only be dropped on your own territory, and will automatically fire when an enemy is in range!

You can build walls, and towers! There are 3 building blocks you can use. A wooden block, a stone block and a wooden plank used to create a roof or floor. Archers and wizards can be placed high on these for a good defence!

Be mindful that you can only build on your own territory! This is marked out by the enemies flag roughly half way between you and the enemy king. You can build to the left of this flag, but not further.

There are 3 magical scrolls that can be bought. The first upgrades your cannon to fire cannon balls. The 2nd gives your soldiers a magical shield for a limited time, and the 3rd increases the rate at which your gold increases.

* Quest For Power 2 is controlled via mouse or keyboard.

* Scroll the screen by moving the mouse to the edge of the screen and clicking, or by pressing the left/arrow keys or the a/s keys. Zoom the screen out/in by pressing "-" or "+", or to zoom all the way out press "0" or all the way in with "9".

* Aim the cannon by using the up/down arrow keys, and space bar to fire.

* Soldiers are bought by clicking on their icon once you have the required gold. Archers, wizards and building materials (wooden block, wooden planks and stone blocks) are bought by pressing the mouse button and holding, then dragging the item to the game area. These can also be re-selected and re-positioned if required after they are bought.

There are 5 rulers to defeat! Each ruler has different defences and attack strategies so learn which is the best course to win the day! Good luck Arthur!

Reviews


NerdonkNerdonk

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars September 3, 2009

Fun game!

I love this sort of gameplay, and it was a lot of fun. There were a couple of bugs, but nothing over the top. The Oh yeah, and chuicy, your ONE flash submission has a 2.4 score and MS paint graphics, so don't tell an experienced artist to "try harder" or ask you to fix the "bugs" until you can actually submit something of value.



Kuzmich701Kuzmich701

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars September 3, 2009

nice

But game very easy (



Saintoner3Saintoner3

Rated 4 / 5 stars September 3, 2009

Good Game.

But damn I thought the Q on the bottom right stood for 'quality' not 'quit'. Damn it.
Oh yea, add more spells.



shrek5000shrek5000

Rated 4 / 5 stars September 3, 2009

very fun game liked it but

the talking part was very slow and kinda made me not want to play but other then that great game just speed it up and it will be better



oldmanflabbyoldmanflabby

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars September 3, 2009

fun but flawed

fun game, i felt a mouse controlled cannon might have been nice. i think the building element could use some work, though. it was hard to make cohesive structure that wouldn't tremble itself apart. maybe you could have had a non real-time bit where you designed structures, and then have those structures take time to complete? it could have grid lines and snap-to, to make it a really fun game. if you somehow managed to make the forts a bit more tactical and in-depth (top-down?) version of the fort building could make for a really innovative, interesting, and fun defense game, or at least defence part of a game before you sortie out to pwn. anyway, like i said it was really fun (if a little tedious at times.


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