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Travian: Kingdoms

Travian: Kingdoms is a city-building MMORTS and is an upgraded version of the popular original Travian game, offering brand new features, graphics, and gameplay mechanics that take the game to a new level. Serve under a king as a governor or become the king of your own kingdom, pillaging neighboring robber hideouts and occupying resource fields to support your ambitions.

Publisher: Travian Games
Playerbase: Low
Type: Browser MMORTS
Release Date: March 18, 2015
Pros: +Tons of gameplay options. +Upgraded version of Travian. +Great cartoony graphics.
Cons: -Pay-to-win elements. -Slow game pacing.

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Overview

Travian: Kingdoms Overview

Travian: Kingdoms is a free-to-play, browser-based MMORTS that centers on city-building and resource management. It is essentially version 5.0 of the popular 2004 game Travian, sharing most of its core mechanics, graphic style, and playerbase with Kingdoms, but with graphical updates— solving the issue of its outdated UI and adding more customization features along with the addition of the King and Governor roles. As its name implies, Travian: Kingdoms adds kingdoms to the tried-and-true Travian formula, allowing players to select either King or Governor as they begin the game, on top of being able to select from the three factions present in the original Travian: the Gauls, the Teutons and the Romans. Setting it apart from the original Travian, Kings are tasked with organizing the military in their kingdom to expand territory, taking a leadership role more suited to experienced players, whereas Governors are tasked with acquiring Stolen Goods from robber towns and expanding their economy and resources to help the King, which is more suited to new players. Players can also join Secret Societies which function as secretive clans, or form an Alliance than bands together up to 7 Kingdoms in an attempt to complete the game’s end-goal, building a World Wonder.

Travian: Kingdoms Key Features:

  • Serve your Kingdom – Serve a King as Governor or become a King yourself, working together to build a great and powerful Kingdom.
  • Three Tribes – Choose a Tribe that fits your playstyle (Gauls, Teutons, or Romans), ranging from defensive to militant.
  • Hero System – Customize and equip your hero, and send them out on adventures to collect resources.
  • Traditional City-Building Gameplay – Control your resources and build multiple cities across your kingdom’s territory for maximum profit and military presence.
  • Build a World Wonder – Build a World Wonder to level 100 with your alliance to be declared the winner of the server.

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Links

Travian: Kingdoms Online Links

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System Requirements

Travian: Kingdoms System Requirements

Minimum Requirements:

Operating System: XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
CPU: Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Equivalent
Video Card: Any Graphics Card (Integrated works well too)
RAM: 512 MB
Hard Disk Space: 100 MB (Cache)

Travian: Kingdoms is a browser based MMO and will run smoothly on practically any PC. The game was tested and works well on Internet Explorer, Opera, Firefox and Chrome. Any modern web-browser should run the game smoothly.

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Additional Information

Travian: Kingdoms Additional Information

Developer: Travian Games
Original Author/Developer: Gerhard Mueller

Release Date (Open Beta): December 8, 2009

Travian: Kingdoms is developed and published by German developer Travian Games. The game was initially released in closed alpha and beta as Travian V, discovering throughout its testing and feedback that the game should be a stand-alone rather than a direct update to Travian, acting as a separate game rather than a direct successor of Travian’s current iteration, 4.4. It was then named Travian: Kingdoms, which will be developed alongside Travian 4.4 to expand its repertoire and offer players a different game experience. Travian: Kingdoms will also be available in app form in the upcoming future, allowing players to access their kingdoms on the go, available for iOS and Android.