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Pretty village, pretty flames.

<span class="bold">Kingdoms and Castles</span>, a building/strategy game where you expand your humble medieval villages into majestic, castle-crowned cities, is now available, DRM-free on!

Medieval times were not the best environment to raise a city in: dragons, raiders, diseases, aggressive weather - they'll all try to bring it down. But follow a sensible design, keep your citizens in good health, build the odd wall if necessary, and you might give your village a fighting chance in this dynamic, unforgiving world.

For a closer look, check out this highly entertaining video from Yogscast, streaming a beta version of the game during their GOG visit a couple of months ago.

Watch the trailer.

Watch the Yogscast stream.
Post edited July 20, 2017 by maladr0Id
dudalb: I would hsve been more interested if they left out the fantasy elements or made them optional.. I want a Medieval "Caesar 3" or "Pharoah" city builder. It is not that I dislike Fantasy strategy games...I love "Majesty" and "Age of Wonders",,,I just like my city builders to be rooted in history.
Still sad tht "Medieval Mayor" fell through ...tha was a amedieval city builder by the "Impressions" team...the people who did the "Caesar/Pharoah/Zeus/Emperor ot the Middle Kingdom" games.
You've played Stronghold, right?
Pass. I rather just play Stronghold again instead.
Why the fuck is GOG showing the gameplay by the infamous Yogscast? Do they realize that they are uptight assholes and secondly, they F-Bombed Notch in front of Children! Babies!

Fucking morons......
Here is proof from an old forum topis dating in 2011

Besides that, ill look into this game in the future.
Post edited July 22, 2017 by zgrillo2004
just saved €9.99
Just spent 9.99, plus and an undisclosed amount on afew more new releases. Gog is killing my budget these past months.
Thankfully, i havent been wrong many times when i look at a new game and think "this one is just my kind of game".

Gog actually needs to slow down with these kinds of releases. I can't keep up.