Westward Kingdoms

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$ 9.99 USD

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When two young spoiled heirs to the throne are banished from the comforts of their royal realm, they are tasked with traveling to three neighboring kingdoms, restoring their greatness, and demonstrating to their father, the king, that they are the rightful heirs to the throne. Help Prince Fenwick and Princess Catherine roam the countryside as they seek the guidance of friendly Kings, Countesses, Dukes, and loyal subjects in Westward Kingdoms!

  • Awesome upgrades
  • Incredible items
  • Prove your worth to the king!
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 82 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
Westward Kingdoms


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Westward Kingdoms 3.9 5 15 15
westward HUNH? this is a very cute game with a ton of potential. I love the fact that it isnt 'timed'..but i get lost on the map, even with the lil mini map use. it takes forever to gain xp which is needed to build new buildings, not enough gold deposits either. I am on the first kingdom and thinking of restarting the level, i have been playing for over a day and cant get the xp to do what i need to do, once everyone is leveled up, there is no more xp totaled, not much for game direction on it developers, it is a really nice game that needs further work June 3, 2013
Slow, slow action This is not the game to play late at night because it is so slow paced that you might fall asleep playing it. I lasted through a few scenes and decided to put it away. I tried it again and decided that I wasted my money buying it. Stay away. I was simply bored with it from the start. October 27, 2013
Ummmmm...How about no! Initially I was quite intrigued by the game description, as well as the first few reviews. I was all set to use my credit and purchase the game after seeing such rave reviews given by other members. There was one negative review and I usually don't give much credence to such reviews when there is only one person that didn't like the game versus many others that did. However, I decided to download the demo first and see if the negative review had some merit. I am so, so, so very glad I did. I played the demo all of 15 minutes and just couldn't bare to play anymore. Horrible, horrible, graphics. The repeated one-liners given by the characters is beyond annoying to the point you'd rather listen to nails on a chalk board than to hear them speak. Another reviewer of like mind mentioned the screen resolution; which I'm playing on my PC that's hooked to a 42" flat screen, so I was not happy at all with the box-shapened, slow moving, drag-n-drop, graphics of this game. Before starting the game I did go to the options screen and found the game has an option to adjust screen resolution which helped a little, but the improvement was mediocre at best. Perhaps I didn't give the game a full chance. And being that I still have 40+ minutes left in the trial, I will possibly try to play again (eventually) just to see if things improve. However I highly doubt that it will. There are times that I have come on BF and just purchased a game based off the description and reviews alone, not bothering to try the trial; but this game however, I cannot express enough how glad I was to try the trial first. As I would have been HIGHLY upset had I spent a credit or paid out right for the game to begin with. That being said, don't risk not liking the the trial first if you're that interested in purchasing based off the description. Don't go off the overly exaggerated positive reviews. I'm being extremely nice by giving it 2-Stars, only because I think hate is such a strong I strongly disliked this game to put it mildly. December 28, 2012
Awful Awful game Had to give it one star so I could write review. cons: dialog annoying 800x600 graphics characters only moved by flag drag placement storyline poor screen movement (due to dragflag) slow and annoying I tired to find out when this game was released, if it was 2000 then its an ok game for its time, if it was released after 2001 its a horrible game. not even worth the 2.99 special. I love games of this genre, and am so glad i played the demo first. I will look for something else. April 25, 2012
Why change a working formula for this? I have been an avid fan of westward since I first started playing them with Westward II. I had been waiting for the next installment in this amazing series and was met with this abysmal mess. How could you go so far off script? Over the years I had gotten used to the repeated one liners and grew to love them. Even the same old tune playing unending in the background became a comfort to me. But this game is horrible. I want a true westward sequel, not this rehashed mess. I was so bored within just minutes of playing that I couldn't even finish the demo time. Nothing about this game was redeeming and I just want my original storylines back. August 9, 2014
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