About Throne: Kingdom at War
Throne: Kingdom at War, found online at Plarium.com, is a multiplayer online game created by developer and publisher Plarium, and provides people with a fictional world that they fight to rule.
How Does It Work?
According to their website, Throne: Kingdom at War puts players into a medieval fantasy world where the ruler of the Kingdom of Amaria has just died. Players will then build their own town, military, resource buildings, and army until they are ready to go to war with nearby towns, over the ability to rule the kingdom.
Players are able to not just war against nearby towns, but to also collaborate in order to win the toughest battles or to win faster or more conclusively. Players will either increase or lose reputation in the realm by their growth or loss of wealth.
This game gives its players two different kinds of strategies to consider; either player-versus-player and player-versus-environment combat.
This game is currently available to download and play on both iOS and Android smartphones and tablets.
Their website is very clear that this game is completely free of charge for new customers to sign up and begin playing. Like any other online game, however, there are options to make purchases for customers who want to take advantage of different opportunities to advance.
Since this game is free to play, this company does not provide any refunds to their customers. If players choose to make in-app purchases while they are playing, they will need to speak to either iTunes or Google Play about getting a refund, but it is unlikely that these conversations will be successful as in-app purchases are generally considered non-refundable across the board.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who wish to speak with Customer Service about their questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by clicking on their website’s Support link and then choosing to submit a ticket.
Throne: Kingdom at War appears to get really good reviews on both iTunes and Google Play, which is a good sign for casual gamers looking for a fun new activity on their mobile devices. Some professional reviews, however, point out that this game may not be exactly what everyone is looking for.
The criticisms of this game could be taken and applied to most mobile games in this category. They include that this game includes “play to win” aspects, as well as a very common structure and format that mobile gamers will have seen many, many different times before.
Play to win is what mobile gamers call games that give players significant advantages when they pay for an upgraded version of the game or are willing to buy different varieties of bonuses. Reviews say that Throne: Kingdom at War is a game that become much easier to progress through when you are willing to pay.
That being said, you do not have to pay for bonuses in order to do well or to enjoy yourself, so customers that like these kinds of games are welcome to try this one for themselves.
Competitors and Alternatives?
Multiplayer online games are incredibly popular and there are many, many different games you can choose from, including those that are free, that offer a team playing experience, that focus on battle and strategy, or really any other criteria you may be looking for in a gaming experience.
If you have experience with this company or their products, please leave your Throne: Kingdom at War reviews below.
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17 ‘Throne: Kingdom at War’ Reviews
I met many friends there! We are fighting squad. Like a cohesive family. It's a good game with fair balance. I love it!
Don't waste your time playing this free game. Sure you can spend money to advance faster through the game but good luck on getting what you pay for.
I recommend it if you like something like Vikings: War of Clans.
I spent hundreds of dollars on bonuses that are temporary. The game's programming is a thief. I keep track of the numbers (e.g. stamina units in normal hits), deriving to this conclusion. I told the company about it and Plarium said I should have taken screenshots of the hero's stats before conducting each study. If you have plenty of money and time to throw away, do play this game for it is designed to steal, not earn, your money.
The game is fun. The comradery with other players is generally good. My complaint is what is happening to items bought, and the loss of gold (which is bought with real dollars). Overnight I loss 814K of gold-yes, just pixils, but I paid real money for it. All the company, Plarium has to do is replace those lost pixils (gold). I am not asking them to return the money I spent, just fix the game to be honest. I am not the only one experiencing this. So,player beware.
1. Beautiful pictures. I have one friend who tries to begin painting. He said, that it is a hard work. I'm not an artist, bt I trust him.
2. Gameplay. U can see another projects in Google Play, which consist this type of rts. Bt I've noticed that in this game I feel comfortable game process.
3. Socialization. I found friends here, that's great.
I like it.
I like this type of games. U can trade in your Order, send reinforcements, attack enemies. Everything is good, yep. But I want a duel with assailant. I dream about it. Add it, please.
I want to see animated battles. Could I expect it in the next updates? It sends me just battle reports. Honestly, I like this virtual world.
I'm novice, I like medieval setting. But I don't understand why I can't conquer castles.
I think, this is not a typical fantasy setting. No dragons, elves, hobbits e.t.c. And not historical accurate game. But I like it for gameplay. Have a fun!
You can get a victory but you can loose your troops. In my opinion, there are too many war events. I need peacetime. Maybe I'm a not warrior. This game is not for farmers. But the setting is cool! Pictures are beautiful. Actually, I find it quite beautiful.
This game challenge me. You must fight everywhere! Up the Order! So charmed world. Have you ever seen theese awesome pictures of troops? I recommend.