Kingdoms of Germany
DOS - 1994
Also available on: Amiga
Description of Kingdoms of Germany
Kingdoms of Germany is a fun but somewhat “dry” wargame set in medieval Germany.
From a short critique of the game by veteran wargame reviewer M.E. Brooks, “...Economics, diplomacy and military forces all coalesced into a challenging game; however, Kingdoms of Germany did not conform to the historical milieu and the overall nature of this product was almost completely game-oriented as opposed to teaching any historical lessons. A sequel to [Brian Vodnik’s earlier] Vikings: Fields of Conquest, although not as geographically interesting.” MEB’s criticisms notwithstanding, I found Kingdoms of Germany to be an interesting entertaining game that retains most of the high points of Vikings, including a decent computer AI and a strong board game feel. Unfortunately it looks and plays too much like Vikings without any significant improvements—basically it’s the same game on a new map. If you like Vikings, you will probably enjoy this “sequel” that should have been marketed as an “add-on” rather than a brand new game.
Review By HOTUD
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aNDRE 2015-04-25 1 point DOS version
easy to find name of land: open 2* game (two windows)...
- in first game watch what shape of land is need,
- in second game skip the password and find the land needed as password for first window, just click on it and read his name, this is your password for first window.
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