Planar Conquest is a 4X turn-based strategy game inspired by Master of Magic. Created to give you that awesome feeling of the gameplay of the past, wrapped into modern look. "eXplore, eXpand, eXploit, and eXterminate" are the four words which are here to provide fun and challenge.Read full description
A pretty good spiritual successor to Master of Magic. You might like this game if you like 4x, a game that doesn't holds your hands, a game with a lot of freedom with how you can customise your sorcerer and as such, different magic combinations and a good helpful community that will give you some help getting started. You might not like this game if, you can't tolerate any bugs (there are none game breaking but the last bugs are still being ironed out), if you want a perfect UI (it's still being improved but there are some information missing through the forums will help you out a lot) and if you want a game that holds your hand even on the easiest difficulty. As for me, it's currently the best 4x in the market but of course your milage may vary on which is the best.
Planar Conquest surprised me, I wasn't expecting this game to be as fun as it is! Planar Conquest sucked me into hours and hours of gameplay, I kept thinking that I would quit playing after the next turn but that never happened. The content Planar Conquest has for its low price is truly an amazing deal. Simply put, there are a lot of planes or levels filled with numerous challenges and locations that offer you rewards. Traveling in the game is as much as the combat itself. I really loved getting the treasure chests that doted the landscape, Planar Conquest encourages you to explore so much! My favorite part of the game was the heroes and their unlockable perks; making you think about how to best use them in combat. You can research new spells too to help you in combat! The difficulty of the game is just perfect as no two enemy groups are the same. They all use different units and unit types as well as their abilities to the fullest. This makes every enemy encounter a challenge! Planar Conquest does what series like Heroes of Might and Magic have failed to do recently, making a turn-based game fun!
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