Not very challenging, a little on the childish side. Definitely preferred the My Kingdom For The Princess series
August 31, 2013
I enjoy time management games. I bothered to finish this one, but there weren't enough pay-offs...there were things you didn't need to build that were in the game, and places to explore that really didn't matter. the challenge to finish before time wasn't great.
All in all, I DID like it enough to finish the game, got all trophies. Don't know if I will ever play this one again.
August 19, 2013
Not Hard Enough
This game was ok but I acheived king bonus on every level bar one without replay, far too easy and not nearly enough levels. I completed the whole thing in one day
August 16, 2013
Not as good as some of the other builder/time management games.
August 14, 2013
Decent intro to strategy/time management
My willingness to buy this game and the fact that I finished it had more to do with grasping for something new than an appreciation for the game itself. ?The structure was basic and the options limited. The graphics and music were good and the instructions were clear. It was a decent time-waster, but I doubt that I will play it again.
August 13, 2013
Fun Timed Game - Not Very Challenging
It was fun, but not that challenging. There wasn't much strategy to figure out. It didn't take very long to play the whole thing -- I rarely had to play a round more than once or twice. I got it on sale though and for the money, it was fun.
August 9, 2013
easy to complete
The game was good fun but a little to easy. I completed every level within the 'gold' time first time I tried. I prefer games that require you to have a stratergy - particularly in the later levels. Good for a beginer.
July 25, 2013
Good fun game
Easy to play, cute characters & storyline but way too short! I completed it in about 3 hours. Not very challenging either but good for inexperienced TM gamers
July 24, 2013
there was no challange to this game boring and easy
July 21, 2013
Soothing TM Game
The graphics are pleasant and the music suitable in a cinematic style. The game play is mostly soothing.
Kingdom Tales is a resource management TM, but the water/food/curse mechanic introduces a certain clickiness. Fortunately for me, the clicking is not frantic, and the game remains more about planning your actions than reaction times!
You have an unlimited number of workers, so the lack of queued actions is not a huge deal. The big constraints are building spots, road hazards (and time).
The tutorial can be skipped on a level by level basis.
You might need to restart a level on occasion, but the same basic strategy works pretty much everywhere to come in in "Kingdom" time. On the other hand, there are point scores to optimize for people looking for a bit more challenge.
July 17, 2013