Imperia Online: Warlords and Warring Kingdoms0 Comments
Looking for a new browser-based MMO to sate that hunger for endless clicking? You might be interested in navigating the worlds of Imperia Online, a city-building strategy game. It's your job to develop a small province into a flourishing kingdom with the hustle and bustle of an enormous city by the time you've played for hours.
How do you do this? By amassing resources, of course. You'll need to produce and collect them in order to make progress, as well as change up the layout of your kingdom to better work with the type of resource management you have going. From there, you can hire army units to take over neighboring villages and eventually become the king of your domain -- everything around you.
From the beginning, there's an extensive tutorial that will ensure you know everything you need to know, from allocating raw materials to creating new structures. It also takes you through spying on your neighbors to gain intelligence for when you'll eventually launch an offensive on their villages.
It's pretty par for the course, especially if you've played games like this before. Where it does differ is that it does offer multiple languages and regions. Socialization is an important key factor when it comes to having things come together on your rise to the top. Like in real times of war, it's necessary for you to look to your neighbor in-game to forge alliances, trade resources, chat with, and compete with various other players all around the world.
You'll want to spend some time developing your own structures and growing your city outward as much as you can, but you'll have to wait for development to complete in real time. This means you might have to actually stand by your creations until they're finished, so make sure you've got some time before you jump into Imperia Online before playing all willy-nilly.
There are plenty of premium purchases you can make if you want to further your game, but if you play enough on your own you won't have to worry about spending too much money.
If you're interested in trying out a new management sim with plenty of materials to collect, you could do much worse. This is an attractive MMO with plenty of features to keep you busy. You might decide you enjoy spending time with it more than other games of its ilk instead.
This is a sponsored post on behalf of Syfy Games.