Dragons of Atlantis is a MMORTS where players are chosen to save the civilization of Atlantis. The Ancient Ones created four original tribes known as the Solerians, Amazons, native Zolmecs, and the Primus. Players select their tribe and begin their rise to power. Similar to other empire building strategy games like Kingdoms of Camelot or Evony users build and control their own city.
Construct homes, Science Centers, Theaters, and Officers’ Quarters.
Build farms and mines to collect resources to keep your kingdom prospering. Create a powerful army. Raise and train your own Dragon to destroy enemies during war. Conquer other cities. Join forces in alliances. Chat with friends. Trade in valuable resources like ore for gold or shop for special acceleration items. Become a hero and prove to the Gods that your tribe is truly worthy in Dragons of Atlantis.
Rise of Mythos is the re-branding of Kings and Legends Global. The publishers felt that with some of the drastic changes that took part during its first few months of release that the name no longer fit quite right. So what has changed since the game launched? Well they have upgraded the game-play which is both very easy to grasp for players, but also difficult to master, they’ve added new, unique cards and factions as well as added plans on looking into myths from many different cultures.
Rise of Mythos speaks to the global nature of the game, not just for those around the world who play it, but the fact that many different cultures are represented within the game.
The Settlers Online (formerly known just as Castle Empire) is an engaging MMORTS from the world renown developer Ubisoft that lets players transform their simple plots of land into mighty empires. You’ll produce and trade valuable goods with friends, build towns and villages, and journey into the wild as you complete missions and engage in battles with anyone that stands in your way.
The settler series has been a long time favorite for many massive multiplayer online real time strategy gamers, so when Ubisoft announced that The Settlers Online (Castle Empire) was going to be free to play, gamers started to pay attention.Not only is Castle Empire exciting, fun, and free to play, but you can play the entire game in your browser window.
The new trend of these browser games is great, there’s no need to download multiple clients, check for driver updates, or any of that nonsense. Just open up your browser of choice (hopefully not IE) and play to your hearts content. The Settlers Online (Castle Empire) should be an exciting new addition to the MMORTS genre.
Imperium: Galactic War is a sci-fi strategy browser MMO game that is both developed and published by Kabam. In the game you are in the middle of a three faction war against the Imperium. You must choose between one of the three factions, which have uniquely different play-styles and interests, and defeat both other players as well as the horde of NPCs in the galaxy.
The game will be familiar to those players who enjoy that strategy/building type games that are generally offered by Kabam. In Imperium: Galactic War you will ned to build and maintain a base while expanding it to further your armies and create strategies to defeat your enemies. What’s unique about the combat in the game is that you have the opportunity to not just let an auto attack mode start when battling, but you can manually select and attack enemy ships on your own terms. You can also dodge incoming attacks by moving your ships.
Another helpful tool in playing the game is teaming up with alliances and fighting with a team. For those who may not have any friends playing the game you can always head over to the Imperium: Galactic War official forums where you can get recruited into an alliance, as well as check out some general tips and tricks for playing the game.
Wartune combines the best elements of gaming to create an addictive environment. There is a PVP arena where you can fight 1 vs 1 or 3 vs 3 for great prizes. You can test your strength in the many levels of the Catacombs. There is plunder to be had on the world map where you can raid other players cities. Hunt down villains or play whack-a-mouse for bounty hunts. There are many campaigns to do as you level up your hero in single and multiplayer dungeons. There is even a farm where you can grow seeds. This game has plenty to do and guarantees that you will never be left twiddling your thumbs!
Pirates: Tides of Fortune is a free to play, browser based Pirate plundering game where you will breed life into your own civilization by collecting resources and constructing buildings. I know you’ve heard that whole line before, and yes, Pirates: Tides of Fortune is much like many of Kabam’s previous titles, but this particular MMORTS title adds a huge amount of production value that is not normally seen in this free to play genre. For one, the music / animations / voiceover work is very well done. It’s not often that you get full voice-over tutorials in a game such as this, and although most of you will probably skip right over it, knowing that they spent the time on these details means a lot of players who plan on playing the game more than just casually.
Of course there are some things about the game that leave something to be desired. The combat is pretty stale, and it’s hard to get a great feeling of accomplishment when you only simply tell your troops to attack, but don’t actually get a chance to command them. Also, like most city-sim games, as you level up, the building times increase greatly, which will often-times hamper the amount of time you get to actually play, and are spent time waiting. But that’s also the beauty of the genre, you are not locked in to playing one RTS game, in-fact i’m usually in 4-5 different games and can switch between them depending on when I have some resources / time to spend.
All in all, this is a very high quality RTS game that players of the genre will find enjoyable. The game can start off a bit slow, but as you venture through the tutorial and set out on your own, you’ll find a great experience.