Be a King 2

Step into the shoes of a benevolent leader! Construct new buildings and defend your kingdom from incoming raiders in Be a King 2! Save your father’s kingdom as you rebuild villages and towns and attempt to restore peace and prosperity. Defend your minions from hordes of monsters and groups of bandits in this fun and exciting Strategy game. Dive into this fantasy world and Be a King!

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I finished it in a few hours. You really do have to experiment with different buildings and tasks to see which works better. There is no other game in my vast repertoire that I keep returning to. Very typical of just like it. They're somewhere in between the time management games and adventure games. The more citizens you have, the more cash you'll nab. These optional missions can net you gold, bonus materials, and other goodies. It was exceptionally long gameplay as it was. I got there I found it hilarious that I couldn't get expert level on one early level, even when I reached the end with expert on every level after. In fact to reach some of the objectives you have to knock down and build something else as you gain more resources. It would be fun if instead, you could replay the same levels with different goals.

Apart from the in-game artwork landscapes, buildings, maps, etc. I think this is a really distinctive and original game, which does its developer great credit. You will find where you place certain buildings impacts on how successful your village is or even whether it is successful at all. However, I think there is some room for improvement, because the early game is a bit too easy, the hint system is a bit too "helpful", and all of the trophies relate to beating the clock, which is not my favourite approach to playing a strategy game. The new king isn't exactly a nice guy, and he can run a kingdom about as efficiently as he can breakdance to polka music, so it's up to you to travel around the land, fixing up destitute villages so the citizens can, you know, eat and stay alive. It allows me to relax and yet still have fun. Instead you are truly building a city from scratch; fortifying outskirts, establishing supplies, attracting citizens, fighting invaders. Be a King 2! Date published: You do this by building houses, farms, barracks, and more advanced versions of the above later in the game. Too many trolls and whatnot coming at you in the later stages The game's design falls somewhere between a casual building game and, thanks to the combat situations, a real-time strategy title. And also, I think the game finishes rather too quickly. I simply just didn't want it to end. The pacing of the game is still a bit slow for my taste, knocking the challenge factor down a notch and leading to several "come on, let's get to the game!

Heroes aren't always successful in their adventures, though, so it's important to weigh the cost with the risks and rewards of the extra quest. Unfortunately for fans of the series, Be a King 2 doesn't offer many new features beyond the first game. In fact, let's do one better. In this case, your job is to increase the population of each village, ensure there's enough food to go around, and keep the town safe from attack in addition to level-specific goals. I think this is a really distinctive and original game, which does its developer great credit. The largest areas for potential improvement are really just game expansions, because this game offers such a strong enough foundation that I want a lot more of it! Not work the money, in my opinion. Be a King 2! I simply just didn't want it to end. More levels, more quests, more trophies, and the opportunity to play the game in an alternative persistent mode, so that I could explore the city building side of things a lot more. Go Be a King! I'd rather be able to place my farms and mills around the edges instead of what ends up being the center of the town. I played Be a King 1 and after playing the demo for this one, I bought it. Apart from the in-game artwork landscapes, buildings, maps, etc. One unique feature of the Be a King series is the ability to hire heroes.

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You play as the young prince, son Bw the late king whose brother took over rule of the kingdom 18 years ago. Too Be a King 2 trolls and whatnot coming at you in the later stages In fact to reach some of the objectives you have to knock down Sparkle 2 build something else as you gain more resources. You really do have to experiment with different buildings and tasks to see which works better. I'd rather be able to place my farms and mills around the edges instead of what ends up being the center of the town. The more citizens you have, the more cash Be a King 2 nab. However the monsters weren't always visible; this was not too much of a problem as you knew they were there Kig their red bar. One unique feature of the Be a King series is the ability to hire heroes. It is ok to have the battles, etc, but when it gets too frustrating where you feel like throwing Disharmony Blocks II computer, it stops being fun. Apart from its minor difficulty issues, Be a King 2 is an excellent simulation Ricochet Lost Worlds that's a worthy successor to the original. Gold increases every few moments via tax collection. Much like the Build-a-lot series, Be a Sparkle 2 2 turns the focus away from gathering resources and allows you to concentrate on the bigger picture. I got there It allows me to relax and yet still have fun. However, I think there is some room for improvement, because the early game is a bit too easy, the hint system is a bit too "helpful", Kong all of the trophies relate to beating the clock, which is not my favourite approach to playing a strategy game.

Heroes aren't always successful in their adventures, though, so it's important to weigh the cost with the risks and rewards of the extra quest. I found it hilarious that I couldn't get expert level on one early level, even when I reached the end with expert on every level after. The reason I keep returning to it is it's unique, addictive and a genuine strategy game rather than straight TM. In this case, your job is to increase the population of each village, ensure there's enough food to go around, and keep the town safe from attack in addition to level-specific goals. Gold increases every few moments via tax collection. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ChileTillie from Loved this - relaxing yet still challenging I love these Be a King games. In fact to reach some of the objectives you have to knock down and build something else as you gain more resources. I played Be a King 1 and after playing the demo for this one, I bought it. It's a game in between the "My Kingdom for the Princess"-kind and "Build a lot" or such. There is no other game in my vast repertoire that I keep returning to. Rated 5 out of 5 by tampotts from love it the first few levels a bit to easy then The new king isn't exactly a nice guy, and he can run a kingdom about as efficiently as he can breakdance to polka music, so it's up to you to travel around the land, fixing up destitute villages so the citizens can, you know, eat and stay alive.

There is plenty of scope for replayability, but that's mainly because you'll want to improve your set of trophies by finding quicker solutions. I'd rather be able to continue playing beyond that so Mahjong Escape Ancient China can knock down and build and shuffle things around - but you can't do so. I like to play with where things go so I do destroy buildings and rebuild. In fact, let's do one better. Apart from The 80s Game with Martha Quinn in-game artwork landscapes, buildings, maps, etc. I absolutely love this game. There is no other game in my vast repertoire that I keep returning to. You play as the young prince, son of the late king whose brother took over rule of the kingdom 18 years ago. Unfortunately for fans of the series, Be a King 2 doesn't offer many new features beyond the first game. Date published: Because of this it is so much more creative than mending holes in roads. I'm usually not a fan of build a lot games etc. In fact to reach some of the objectives you have to knock down and build something else as you gain more resources. However, I think there is some room for improvement, because the early game Settlers of the West a bit too easy, the hint system is a Be a King 2 too "helpful", and all of the trophies relate to beating the clock, which is not my favourite approach to playing a strategy game.


14 thoughts on “Be a King 2

  1. There is plenty of scope for replayability, but that's mainly because you'll want to improve your set of trophies by finding quicker solutions. It is ok to have the battles, etc, but when it gets too frustrating where you feel like throwing the computer, it stops being fun. I love that. Instead of just watching your villagers bumble back and forth with vegetables in their hands, you can hire heroes from the barracks and send them out on side quests. Apart from the in-game artwork landscapes, buildings, maps, etc.

  2. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ChileTillie from Loved this - relaxing yet still challenging I love these Be a King games. Your wallet isn't unlimited, though, so you have to do some mild resource management to facilitate repairs and new buildings. This mixture makes for an exciting experience that's much more engrossing than your typical simulation, and it's always cool to slay dragons and defend villagers from wolf attacks. It also has excellent graphics. There is no other game in my vast repertoire that I keep returning to.

  3. They're somewhere in between the time management games and adventure games. I'd rather be able to place my farms and mills around the edges instead of what ends up being the center of the town. It allows me to relax and yet still have fun.

  4. Not work the money, in my opinion. I played Be a King 1 and after playing the demo for this one, I bought it. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ChileTillie from Loved this - relaxing yet still challenging I love these Be a King games.

  5. More levels, more quests, more trophies, and the opportunity to play the game in an alternative persistent mode, so that I could explore the city building side of things a lot more. It's a game in between the "My Kingdom for the Princess"-kind and "Build a lot" or such. Go Be a King! Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by poetforhim from Too Frustrating This is my first review of a game. In fact to reach some of the objectives you have to knock down and build something else as you gain more resources.

  6. Instead of just watching your villagers bumble back and forth with vegetables in their hands, you can hire heroes from the barracks and send them out on side quests. I found it really interesting, absorbing and highly enjoyable, and in the later stages, it gets even better, because it becomes unusually challenging for a casual game. It is ok to have the battles, etc, but when it gets too frustrating where you feel like throwing the computer, it stops being fun. It allows me to relax and yet still have fun.

  7. In this case, your job is to increase the population of each village, ensure there's enough food to go around, and keep the town safe from attack in addition to level-specific goals. In fact to reach some of the objectives you have to knock down and build something else as you gain more resources. One unique feature of the Be a King series is the ability to hire heroes. In fact, let's do one better.

  8. The pacing of the game is still a bit slow for my taste, knocking the challenge factor down a notch and leading to several "come on, let's get to the game! The more citizens you have, the more cash you'll nab. Analysis: Be a King 2 is an exquisitely constructed game with an excellent visual presentation that never fails to impress. Be a King 2!

  9. It is ok to have the battles, etc, but when it gets too frustrating where you feel like throwing the computer, it stops being fun. In fact, let's do one better. I love that. Unfortunately for fans of the series, Be a King 2 doesn't offer many new features beyond the first game.

  10. I think this is a really distinctive and original game, which does its developer great credit. The levels, quests and objectives are entirely unique, of course, but if you've saved one village from poverty and starvation you've saved them all. This really is a very creative game and an absolute must have.

  11. Analysis: Be a King 2 is an exquisitely constructed game with an excellent visual presentation that never fails to impress. They're somewhere in between the time management games and adventure games. These optional missions can net you gold, bonus materials, and other goodies. It's a mix of genres that I find irresistable - strategy, medieval fantasy and city-building. The more citizens you have, the more cash you'll nab.

  12. I get excited when I play! It is the best of all three in the series sadly, the third is good, but not as good as this. I found it really interesting, absorbing and highly enjoyable, and in the later stages, it gets even better, because it becomes unusually challenging for a casual game. Rated 5 out of 5 by tampotts from love it the first few levels a bit to easy then Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ChileTillie from Loved this - relaxing yet still challenging I love these Be a King games.

  13. Be a King 2! I'd rather be able to continue playing beyond that so I can knock down and build and shuffle things around - but you can't do so. Much like the Build-a-lot series, Be a King 2 turns the focus away from gathering resources and allows you to concentrate on the bigger picture. And also, I think the game finishes rather too quickly. I found it hilarious that I couldn't get expert level on one early level, even when I reached the end with expert on every level after.

  14. I'm usually not a fan of build a lot games etc. Not work the money, in my opinion. Several disappointments: - The fog covers a lot of the area so you have to build in a narrow area and expand outward as the fog dissipates.

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