A long, long time ago, when people lived among gods and monsters, seven kingdoms struggled for rule over the land. Lead one of those civilizations to glory through sophisticated trade, diplomacy, espionage and conquest.Read full description
A long, long time ago, when people lived among gods and monsters, seven kingdoms struggled for rule over the land. Lead one of those civilizations to glory through sophisticated trade, diplomacy, espionage and conquest. Choose from one of seven cultures: Greek, Persian, Viking, Norman, Mayan, Chinese and Japanese and compete for domination.
Each Race in Seven Kingdoms has its own distinct advantages and disadvantages, its own unique God unit, a different military skill, its own strengths and weaknesses. Learn how to use them! Use military means, economy or subterfuge to bring down your enemies. And don't forget about brute force, cunning and intelligence.
Conquer the world and build your empire!
Our version is Seven Kingdoms: Ancient Adversaries - an updated and re-released version of Seven Kingdoms - a game released in 1997.
Unique gameplay that isn’t just about gathering resources, amassing a big army and attacking. An incredible blend of population and city management, trade, espionage, diplomacy and combat
You can either fight or buy your way to victory.
Real time empire building and conquest.
Multiplayer mode is functional, but not supported
Seven Kingdoms is an RTS game where you choose between seven different cultures, such as Viking, Persian, Mayan, Greek, Egyptians, Mughals, Zulus, Japanese, Norman, or Chinese, and you try to defeat your rivals through military conquest, spying, or with money. War is not always the best option in this game as having as attacking cultures with higher reputations will lose you reputation and lead to a less happy population which can cause you to lose people and resources or for rebellions to occur. Resources are gathered by capturing towns, bribing them, or making them happy enough to help you and by acquiring natural resources by building mines on deposits. The loyalty of villagers also effects your tax collection and how likely they are to rebel. The graphics haven't aged well but the gameplay still holds up.
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