King’s Bounty: Ultimate Edition includes:
King’s Bounty: Ultimate Edition includes:
King's Bounty: Legend
King's Bounty: Armored Princess
King's Bounty: Crossworlds
King's Bounty: Warriors of the North-Valhala Edition
King's Bounty: Ice and Fire DLC
King's Bounty: Dark Side: Premium Edition
King's Bounty: The Legend is an adventure game with tactical turn-based battles and role-playing elements. In a fairy tale fantasy world of fearless knights, evil mages, wise kings and beautiful princesses the player controls a hero. Leading their character through the game world, exploring it, commanding armies in battle and accomplishing various quests can mean great reward or huge defeats.
King's Bounty: Armored Princess is a sequel to the critically acclaimed King’s Bounty: The Legend. Players will take on the role of Princess Amelie who travels around the world of Teana and searches for the renowned knight, and her mentor, Bill Gilbert. This new world of King’s Bounty: Armored Princess is full of mysteries and dangers.
King’s Bounty: Crossworlds is the expansion for the famous King's Bounty: Armored Princess role-playing game. The new release in the series will include the “Orcs on the March” expansion, the two new independent campaigns “Champion of the Arena” and “Defender of the Crown” and a convenient editor with help system. This editor will allow you to create additional content for the game and alter it in any way you wish.
A new hero, young Olaf, the son of the Northling Kingis dedicating his life to the fight against the undead infesting the Northern Lands of Endoria. He will face epic battles, valor and love. Olaf is accompanied by gorgeous Valkyries who will assist him on the battlefield. He will liberate the icy wastelands of the North, Dwarven dungeons and Darion, the heart of the Endoria, from the reign of necromancy.
A small island lost in the sea is covered by snow and ice. It is inhabited by the clan of Snow Elves. Young Olaf, the son of the Northling King, faces his destiny again as he helps the people of the North in their struggle against the upcoming thaw.
The world is in turmoil. After winning the battle of Tristrem, arrogant elves plunder Orcish villages, desecrate holy shrines, and massacre the innocents. Orc-Baghyr, the greatest living Orc warrior, is forced to flee with a handful of loyal followers. He vows to return with a stronger force and retake his homeland!
When I was an elementary School student, there was a game, called Heroes of Might and Magic 2. It was a turn base strategy game, that everyone loved, because 8 people could play it at the same time, so in theory it was a great party game. In practice, just like most turn based games, you spent half an hour waiting, then 5 minutes, being nagged by the other players, to hurry. Good times... Kings Bounty is pretty much the same game, but singleplayer. Here, you have a hero - who is really the commander - who can travel the world, hire his army, and fight other armies. The battles are fought like chess, except, you can have a limited number, for how many types of units you can have. For example, if you have pikeman, they show up as a single unit on the board, that has a number, which shows how many pikeman u actually have. When they get hit, they use hp. If they loose enough hp, one or more pikeman dies. If they run out, the unit is perished. The one who loses all their units loses the battle. Simple. It is a very good game! Also, its huge! With the expansions, this game lasts like...years. Literally.
Do you enjoy turn based strategies with tile-based battle system? Do you miss good old Heroes of Might and Magic from times before it turned bad? Then this pack is a must-have for you! King's Bounty games are basically modern version of HoMM3 but for single player. The main principle of all games is the same - you recruit troops in your castle, you travel with your hero and your army through fantasy world finding resources and artifacts, fighting enemies in hex-based turn system you know from Heroes, do quests, expore the world and occasionally fight a big bad boss. The only thing that differentiate the games one from another are very different settings (form classic fantasy hero-tale in Legend and Armored Princess through Vikings and Nordic mythology in Warriors of the North to wicked dark twist on Fairy Tales in Dark Side where you can learn that Snow White was in fact a Vampire), each with unique world, monsters and story but same gameplay mechanics. The only downside of this series is that it doesn't feature multiplayer which is a big component of Heroes games for many people - so maybe before buying the whole pack try one of the earlier titles which you can avaiable very cheap and if you like it - then definetelly buy this pack!
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