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Nano Kingdoms

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Strategy - Real-time (RTS)

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Apr 27, 2012 | 5:31 PM EDT

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In this stratey game you must help the king defeat his son Alexander, who became evil and crazy for power, being a huge threat to everyone.

Choose between several different army commanders, each one featuring diverse magic spells. Control villagers, soldiers, archers, riders and a lot more!




Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good game, I had a decent time playing it. All the little guys have frowns, well. Except for the king. I lol'd at the trollface king.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Compadre, que buen juego, eso si, falto la version en español del juego : /
En lo tecnico, los graficos son muy vivos y alegres, y hacen que el juego no sea monotono. Los demas detalles como la musica y el arte tambien se ven bien en el juego. El unico problema que encontre fue cuando los enemigos llegan a tu base, y se quedan medio segundo lejos del castillo, como si esperaran el ataque de mis tropas para atacar, y eso hace que el juego se vuelva algo facil. Saludos desde Chile.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

pretty awesome game not best in its genre but surely worth playing

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

The intro song easily immersed me into the war theme - maybe I'm a chick who digs tribal/battle songs like that - and I was, honestly, a little downed by the pixel text on the buttons, but some people fancy that so ah well.

Painted smoothly, the background matches well with the avatars of your Paladin and the Opponent. I like how the icons are arranged; they look simple to understand the immediate representation, organised to avoid being overwhelmed and easy to find so that you don't have to go through a lot of trouble to reach a function. The sprites are adorable! (They look like mochi cakes with limbs to me.)

There are multiple soundtracks depending on what situation you are in. Battle, victory, defeat, etcetera. And all of them are good in my opinion. As for the voice acting - cookies points for including this (joking) - I have no idea what language they exclaimed in. "Pakari! Soka! (something Latin-ish)." Regardless, I find it cute and fitting for such nano-sized sprites. :3 Before I forget to mention this, yes, you do get your healthy dose of sound effects in this game.

You control, totally, with your mouse - the one with a wire, not a tail. All you need to do to interact with your troop is clicking to set up buildings, command 'Attack/Defend', cast your Hero's special spell(s), upgrade your class troop, aaand so on.

I find the gameplay quite interesting, in fact a tad like a kawaii-version of Warcraft (just a tad), in the sense that you build, you cast spells, you plan a strategy of what to build first, and what troop to buy/recruit, which hero suiting your style, yadda yadda. Like the scenario style, fighting head on one-on-one with another army, namsayin?

The generic plot is forgiveable in this case since it does keep the game going without being weird or far-fetch. In fact, it's quite a satisfactory when you get to know why the other heroes are turning against the king. There's a mild characterization in each hero after all ... (nodding) Unlike the typical, lame "good-converted-to-evil-just-for-the-
heck-of-it" form of anti-heroes.

Art: 4.5 stars
Sound: 4.5 stars
Controls: 5 stars
Gameplay: 4 stars (sadly it gets monotonous when the battle gets stretched out)
Plot: 4 stars
Overall: 4.5 stars (4.4 stars)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I'm not usually a fan of RTS, but this was very good. I just wish the game was longer. Oh, well. Also, the plot seemed a little simplistic. Please add more depth to the characters.

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