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
A Floating City! It's hard to keep TM games new and fresh, there's only so many resources, food and gold tasks you can come up with, right? I really thought this game did a great job of trying to think outside the box with a floating island and a goal of collecting giant fruit to appease the gorilla who kidnapped the Princess. There are also the usual tasks of building farms and sawmills, and gathering food and resources, clearing paths etc. and you must complete the level before the sun goes down. There are bonuses that speed up workers and give you 3 random resources such as gold. I enjoyed this TM game. February 4, 2014
This Game Throws Down the Gauntlet For the life of me, I don't understand why this game has been reviewed so poorly. The biggest complaint seems to be the constant running back and forth, but all road-clearing games seem like that to me (and I like them anyway). Superficially speaking, this game is stunning. Yeah, they needed a much better editor than they had - the typos are heinous - but I can forgive them for it. The graphics are marvelous! The items in the game are recognizable from the earlier games, but the quality of the images is vastly improved. The island lands are gorgeous. I'm not a fan of the sliding effect because I felt it was distracting. But it does increase the depth of the game, and you can turn it off in the options. While game play is similar, it is not exactly the same as its predecessors. People who love it will appreciate the fact that queuing is now part of the game. Resources come in piles, so in order to collect it all, you have to go back multiple times (if you hover over the item, it will tell you how many times). Likewise, building projects take multiple layers of work to complete. While this threw me off the first time I played the game, I actually have come to enjoy it. I find myself planning out the levels far more than in the previous games, and I'm loving the challenge of it. I will admit, though, that I miss warehouses. In this game, instead of the occasional bat, whirlwind, or storm cloud, you end up with fleets of "dragonets." You can get rid of them by clicking on them, by building a tower that destroys them, or by using the rocket power-up that will keep them at bay for a generous period of time. Unlike the previous games, the dragonets aren't just an afterthought to deal with. You can beat them by fast clicking, planning out your use of power-ups, or using valuable resources (or combinations of those!). The game gets much more difficult the further you play. I was almost able to complete Chapter 1 within the time allotted for the demo. Chapter 2 was significantly harder, and I've gotten stuck a few times in Chapter 3 (that's where I am now). I am grateful that there are no longer mini-games between chapters. Those were never my favorite... The versions of the game that involved sailing your boat or what-have-you through the dangerous waters or hammering the snakes... I was never good at those. And the one with puzzles was doable, but frustrating with a mouse. MKFTP IV definitely is more challenging for me, but that makes the victories even sweeter. I love this addition to the MKFTP library! February 9, 2014
Great game The developers have definitely thought about this new release. I bought this without playing the demo and when I started level one I wondered if I'd made the right decision. I couldn't get on with the sliding screen so that got switched off - much better. Floating islands instead of being on a solid surface, no guaranteed farm, sawmill or gold mine - thankfully the resources seem to refill much quicker than previously. You're going to need them. I have found this release much more challening than the previous games. You can't always see where you can build the next bridge. When you're trying to gather enough resources AND find your route AND keep an eye on the time bar AND remember what you still have to do you definitely have to keep your wits about you. Level 6 in chapter 2 was the first level I failed to get gold straight off and when I did it was very tight on time. There's not much time to sit and think what you're next move is going to be. If you're new to this series or TM games in general then I would suggest starting with one of the other three games. You may need the experience of how the game functions before you get to this one. After my initial misgivings I love this game. It's going to be another one that I play over and over. Thank you developers for another great game. February 9, 2014
Better than most TM game sequels As it has been like forever since BFG has had a good TM game, I am giving this sequel 5 stars. One of the reasons is that the developer stepped outside their old box and gave us something a bit different. Although I wasn't crazy about the 'moving' game set, I found the game fun and challenging. As you move forward, it becomes more difficult and frustrating #seriously, how fun would it be if it were easy?#. Again, is it the best TM game I've ever played? No, but it is better than the never ending HOG that seems to assault us on a daily basis. I was thrilled to see a TM game today, and because of that, it is one of the reasons I'm giving the game 5 stars. Just MHO ;) February 4, 2014
OMG ...Hope there is 5,6,7 and going .... :) What a nice surprise this morning .... a tiny bit different from MKFTP 1,2 and 3 but so far I am playing it and I love it ... I like the task queus and so far I am psyched and still playing of course i bought it ... no question on that one :):) THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU February 4, 2014
A different kind of Time Mangement game This is set on islands in the air. The game is played as usual, but you have to build bridges to get the next island. You get to pick up fruit, wood, money, and food. I would recommend this game. February 4, 2014 idle time I knew I would buy this game two minutes into the demo. You can now queue the tasks so no more waiting for your little men to get back to house before sending them out again. Yes, the islands do move slightly which I particularly didn't like however there is the option to switch off the 'sliding'. Keeping fingers crossed that it will soon be available for the tablet like the other three. February 5, 2014
PRINCESS IV AWESOME! DRAGONS, YES! I do not understand why so many people do not love this game. I love it. True to form it is a great addition to the My Kingdom series. You are on floating islands. You collect items to build roads and fill in holes. Upgrade your sawmill, farm, and complete your objective. They have added dragons to defeat. There are lava monsters to destroy. I am on chapter 3 and I love it! Try it for yourself before you walk away, pleases. You might just be surprised. Swim on fishes. February 6, 2014
An excellent entry in the franchise The original My Kingdom for the Princess was the first game I ever played in this genre. I think Roads of Rome was the second. Since then there have been a whole lot of clones, but none of them seem to add as much as MKFtP does with every new franchise. February 7, 2014
Lots of fun. Thanks again Big Fish. Chapter 1 is very easy, but it gets more challenging in Chapter 2. You'll be glad it started out easy so you can get into the rhythm of the game. I enjoy the small changes in game play throughout the series. Keeps it interesting. February 5, 2014
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