Be a King

  • Train your own heroes
  • Defend your lieges
  • Can you Be a King?
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Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 1.2 GHz
  • Memory : 256
  • DiretX : 8.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 33

Review for game Be a King

Start off as a newly crowned prince and build your empire from the ground up! Create and maintain villages, towns, and even big cities, as you rule your land. Make life better for your people as you upgrade buildings and introduce new technology to improve the quality of life. Battle valiantly as you defend your minions from hordes of monsters and bandits in this Strategy game, and finally Be a King!

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Genre : Time Management

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Date release

March 27, 2009

Game Rank

1362 points

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A Bit Boring
February 28, 2012

This game was ok. Not very challenging. Only played the demo for 30min and was bored. Seems you do the same thing for every town. Voice over was good but graphics were not. People walked over and through buildings. Overall good game if you want something slow pace and not challenging.

it was ok
December 26, 2012

it was ok it could have been more fun

Not as enjoyable as it looks
July 24, 2012

I bought this game on impulse after completing the tutorials in the demo, believing the rest of the levels would require some hard-thought strategy. Well, not quite.... First off, the objectives are limited and recurring with little variations. Hence a fair amount of repetitiveness. Second, there is no place for any truly offensive or defensive strategy. Your town is constantly under attack but if you build enough towers and barracks that takes care of that. Then build a couple of farms or mills, and all that's left to do is to construct enough houses to complete each mission. Third, the challenge level is practically nil if you don't play with the timer and still not very high if you do.. Fourth, in the Bulidings menu, two items never activate, the Lumber Mill and something else. Finally, it's a short game, which I completed in one afternoon without rushing and allowing for a few coffee breaks. Due to its repetitiveness, replayability is doubtful. Be A King is worth 2 Stars if you don't use the timer, maybe 3 if you do. But in all cases, you can skip it without regret, unless you have no better game to play or its price drops down to $ 2.99

On my wish list!
December 19, 2012

A lot of fun building and growing a town. Figuring out what to build next and how to accomplish your goals kept me interested through the demo. Based on other reviews I may wait to catch this on a special, but it is definitely on my list to own!

Pleasant game
April 28, 2012

Nice game to play without too much stress. Can play against the clock or no time mode. More challenging as the chapters progress. One the whole family can play.

Replayable and fun
May 12, 2012

Replayable and fun. One of my favorites

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