My Kingdom for the Princess IV

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My Kingdom for the Princess IV is the long awaited sequel to your favorite time management game! A great gift for the entire family!

The King has appointed Prince Arthur as chief of the Royal Service for Rescuing Lost Princesses. The service is in great demand as any princess must be kidnapped by a dragon, bewitched by an evil sorcerer and rescued by a handsome prince at least once in her life. To deal with all of the quests, Arthur will need his courage, ingenuity and most importantly, your help!

  • Special effects and five unique sky kingdoms
  • Beautiful cinematic comics and hilarious plot
  • Bonuses, enchanting music and trophy castle
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 8.1
  • Hard Drive: 308 MB
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My Kingdom for the Princess IV 2.5 5 138 138
Not a Patch on 1, 2 or 3 'If it ain't broke, don't fix it' and yet My Kingdom for the Princess IV is nothing like I, II or III. Having loved the first 3, I was hopeful this would be at least as good, if not better. However, you wouldn't think it had even been produced by the same company. If there is a V, I shan't be bothering with it. February 4, 2014
MKFTP fan - Not so sure about this one I am a big fan of MKFP series, having played the first three many times. As soon as I saw this new instalment I purchased. Played the entire game in one evening, and a second time earlier today. Pros: Almost any TM game is a good game for me The storyline was funny and for the most part the graphics were ok. Cons: I didn't like the triple pick-ups; nor the triple builds; There is a prompter (the prince# which pops up on the lower left corner of the screen which quite often covers up areas in which you're playing; Maybe one of the reasons I did not enjoy this new instalment as much as I thought I would is because it has been a long time since the last one was released. Since then many other series, which are more challenging, have come. It could be that this is too basic for my tastes? If you've never played MKFP before it is a basic pick up the needed resources to build something game. The new trick in this version of the game are the flying dragons which you've got to take down before you can pick up materials. Anyway, at the end of the day, if you are looking for a TM game to pass some time in the cold weather this isn't bad. It's not great, but it's not terrible either #I am so on the fence about this). February 8, 2014
Not moving in the right direction... The "My Kingdom For The Princess" games are among my all-time favorites. I was extremely excited to see a fourth installment! But after all the great graphics in the other three games and a progression from good to great, this one unfortunately does not continue the trend. Let me preface by saying, I did buy this game. I believe it is better than half of the time management games at least but I am judging it solely against others in the series. In my opinion: - The graphics are boring - The "path" is essentially non-existant - Instead of going from cool places like tropics and deserts, the islands unfortunately feel pretty much the same - The level of difficulty for most levels is almost a joke, with how much time is given and there is no longer an option for casual vs timed. Although I will say that once every 15 levels or so, there was a level that left me totally perplexed as to what I was missing to achieve gold time. - There is now an option for the islands to move ever so slightly. I guess I'm missing something about that too. I don't see that as any type of improvement. - The goals are now hidden and a bubble opens over the screen in the midst of your game when you achieve one. Overall, I am mostly just baffled. It's almost like they released a demo version. Where are the little details, the enjoyable challenges? I appreciate that this was released... It had seemed like quite a long time since a good time management was released but I'm sorry to say I just had much higher expectations. The storyline is fine, the bonuses are what you are used to. I'm sure if this was the first of the series I had played, I would be okay with it, but in my opinion, just such a drop-off in quality. I will hold out hope that they produce a fifth installment that is a return to form! I can't really NOT recommend this game, as it would be hypocritical since I bought and played it, but for fellow lovers of this series, you may be in for a disappointment. February 4, 2014
just sick of the voice overs i really dont need to hear "you dont have enough wood"-like forever. Cant they make the game w/o some voice being rude? I can figure out I don't have enough materials by myself thank you I cant even recommend it for that. I doubt if I am the only that will be bothered by it. I havent finished the demo time, but this part of the game just annoys the heck out of me. February 4, 2014
Disappointing! Am disappointed - I really loved the other three games - its driving me nuts having to keep going back to the same resources multiple times and its definitely not as challenging as the others - what a shame! February 4, 2014
Too Easy This review is based on the demo. I like the changes to the game, with the exception of the barf, excuse me, sliding screen option - didn't care for that at all and turned it off. I didn't mind so much having to make 2-3 trips to pick up large quantities of items (food, gold, wood), but the timer gave you so much time to do it, what did it matter anyway? I could probably play a level 3 times over in the time it gives you before you reach nightfall... I was able to complete 11 levels before the demo was up. While there are no goals listed on the screen, I noticed that if you mouse-over the level icon in the top left corner of the screen, you will see the goals there. The Prince's speech bubble was large, obtrusive and unnecessary. The graphics were sharp and the music was OK. There's no options for modes of difficulty. What you see is what you get. As another reviewer said, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it". I would recommend this to someone who's a beginner or intermediate (maybe), but for an expert TM player there's absolutely no challenge here at all. Not wasting my $$ or a credit on this one on the hopes that it "might" get challenging after level 11. Such a shame as this series is one of my favorites, and then they throw this dud in the mix. Guess I will have to wait weeks for another TM game to make an appearance. *sigh* February 5, 2014
Really Disappointed with this Installment Love this series! Have been playing it to death for years now. But really disappointed in this installment. It's difficult to see what is needed to do. The charm of the old graphics is replaced with difficult to understand, cold graphics. I bought this without trying it first because that's how much I love this series....I shouldn't have. February 5, 2014
Different isn't always better I played the demo and bought the game just because it was a new TM game and there are very few released. With that being said I do not like the floating islands. I do not like going 3 times to get supplies or complete a bridge or fill in a hole. I don't really like the futuristic change to the buildings and landscape and birds, etc. I will finish it but I like the previous episodes better. February 4, 2014
Disappointed This series is an auto-buy for me, much to my regret this morning. The movement of the playing area has no purpose and serves only to create a low level of nausea when I play it. So far, the challenges have been repetitive and not nearly as enjoyable as in previous incarnations. I truly wish I had tried it before buying. Lesson learned. February 5, 2014
Part IV I have a couple of the other MKFTP games and in my opinion, they're OK. I actually like the changes the developer made to this recent one. There are only so many different things developers can do with these builder games, so I can't comment on that. I did like that you could cue ahead. I didn't like the scroll button so I shut that off. I also didn't like the fact that when you saw a resource available, you sent your little guy to get it, and he only gets a part of it. Then you have to send him back, and back again, etc. I think too they could have done away with the "you don't have enough food" voice too. I enjoy TM games and they are few and far in between lately. This one is just ok, but that's just my personal opinion. Do demo the game and see for yourself. I do recommend this game even though I won't be purchasing it. February 4, 2014
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