On Sale: Majesty: Northern Expansion Now Cheaper, Going for 99 Cents; Great Strategy Game! (Video)

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  • 17 Oct 2012
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  • If you’re looking for a medieval strategy game, Majesty: The Northern Expansion is now available on Google Play Store, with a lower price tag. It’s priced at 99 cents, down from $3. We’re dealing with that sort of game, that’s both real time strategy and kingdom building two in one. The title was made by Herocraft, famous for such games and many other releases.

    What’s interesting is that the game doesn’t allow you to directly control your forces. Basically your units think for themselves and what they crave for is gold. This means that you pay them to attack, to scout, to build and more. You can focus on building, improving and expanding your kingdom, all in a sort of balance. You need to grow your borders and enhance your facilities, that include marketplaces, temples, libraries, barracks and more. All of them can also be upgraded and improved.

    Be careful so you don’t spend too much and kill all activity in your kingdom. The Majesty: The Northern Expansion is a colourful game with cartoonish graphics and it even has a cool, heroic soundtrack. The new version of the game features new missions and new location, 10 types of heroes with dozens of stats, weapons and armour and brand new monsters. 30 upgradable building types are available and all of that in the game downloaded from here.

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