Fun but missing a few things
I really missed being able to upgrade things, like the well and farms. I don't actually care to have to collect the money and send them for food and water. Trying to keep up with clicking for water, food and money, without a mouse wasn't easy as I am on a laptop.
I didn't see a difference after upgrading the people in the castle. They have a warehouse that does absolutely nothing except make you feed and water it too. Which was pointless to the extreme. I'm used to the warehouse giving you extra of whatever you are collecting.
There are no three stage levels of winning. Just big crown and small crown.
Lastly, they give you a bonus to find in every level but more than half of the time it wasn't twinkling so it was hard to find. I just had to click all around until I got lucky. I liked that the bonus was never in the same place twice when starting over a level, made that at least a little more interesting.
I still purchased the game after the trial was over and am happy I did. Would have liked more than 45 levels, but seems the price is the same and half the levels these days.
July 27, 2013
Time Management Fun
This game was a great balance of colorful visuals and time management basics. It progressively gets harder and changes so that you don't get bored. It also isn't frustratingly hard... making you want to stop playing it. This is one you will go to end with and see if humanity can prove their worth and make peace with the dragons once again.
July 25, 2013
Challenging Time Management Game
I really enjoyed playing this although I did feel that there was not enough time to achieve all the objectives before Kingdom Time ran out, let alone try and find the Secret ones. All in all though, it was fun to play.
July 25, 2013
Enjoyable Time Management Game
Fun could be more challenging.
July 23, 2013
I played right thru untimed and enjoyed myself wish there were few more music tracks though
July 18, 2013
Great fun, but not hard enough.
I love TM games and while this one had lots of fun packed into it and certainly killed time in an excellent way, it was a bit too easy.
July 17, 2013
a bit of a disappointment
Maybe I expected to much, but I love dragons, so when I saw this storyline, I bought without trying the demo. Storyline was best of game, but interaction between levels was meh... gameplay had a few good points (unlimited workers being one of them), but was also kind of stilted.
I consider myself an intermediate to advanced player in these kind of TM games, for me it wasn't that much of a challenge.
I also bought Moai: build your dream at the same time, not expecting too much, and it turned out way better than Kingdom Tales.
Overall, only recommended if you:
a) are a beginner,
b) just loooooooove these kind of games, or
c) have a credit or punch card to spare...
even so, try the demo first. None of the above? Don't buy it.
July 31, 2013
I found this game to be identical to games like Time Builders: Pyramid Rising game. Click to make a house, a well, supplier, upgrade, clear obstacles. All I did was click to collect taxes and supply water 99% of the time. I lost interest and couldn't even complete the demo. The graphics were really cute tho. However, there was not much change in scenery. I expected when I got to Fairy Forest, to be a more magical forest style background or something, but it was same as the five levels I previously did before. I need change in the eye candy from time to time to keep me interested. As far as TM game goes it's "ok" but I've played better ones. Build -a-Lot series are far more fun and involve more strategy. This was bit too tedious for me. Glad there was a trial version.
July 20, 2013
there was no challange to this game boring and easy
July 21, 2013
Basic TM game. You do the same repetitive clicking every level. Not challenging. Bought the game and finished it in 2 1/2 hours. Not as good as Adelantado or Royal Envoy. Overall, I was disappointed.
July 22, 2013