Reviews for Knights & Merchants


A great alternative for Settlers III

Demilisz | March 26, 2014 | See all Demilisz's reviews »

This is a classic, great RTS game very similar to Settlers series, though it is closer to Settlers III. Usually mission requires to build a small village with working economy, then train your troops and crash the enemy. Occasionally there is no village to take care off, only pure combat that isn't actually great as there is very limited orders you can give your troops. The economic part is much where player must think how manage a limited space so the buildings from each production chain (like materials, food, weapons, tools) will be the closest to each other. Most of the villagers, soldiers including, must eat so from time to time buildings are left empty while their owners go to tavern. The price is low so every RTS fan should give it a try. Just remember - this game requires time.


Good old game. Do you think that for you?

segrand | Dec. 31, 2013 | See all segrand's reviews »

I can not say clearly who to recommend this title. In comparison to today's games falls quite pale ( you will not find in the three-dimensional objects supported hardware acceleration ) . But maybe that's what is its advantage ? Modest hardware requirements and the relatively low price are encouraging . For young readers may be instructive to know the program presented in a simplified way the state ( that is, simply put - the discovery that "nothing comes from the air " ) . However, due to the tedious poring through successive stages of the game , the game is designed mainly for people with a huge stock of spare time , which is now becoming increasingly difficult to save . High levels of difficulty are also encouraged to buy . This is a particularly good option for older players . Younger can quickly alienate rather old graphics, difficulty level and a completely different approach to the subject. Is it worth ? I personally think so. As a young man spent a lot of time on this production. I was not disappointed.