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December 5, 2010

Ministry of War

Filed under: Free, Linux, Macintosh, Other, Strategy, WindowsHeath @ 05:27

Sweet Castle

This is one of those browser based MMORPGS that takes place in real time. This one excels in a few key areas, and really brings some good stuff to the table.

Gameplay

You get to choose between 4 civilizations, Chinese, Persians, Romans and Egyptians. Each has its strengths. So choose wisely.

The introduction is great. Probably the best of these on-line browser games actually. Take that for what it’s worth. But seriously, you get money, fame and fortune for doing what Darius says. So do it.

Like most of these games you build houses and buildings and stuff. However, the best comparison that can be made is that this game is like an on-line Age of Empires. There are 5 separate ages that you must progress through, which is accomplished by building certain buildings doing certain things.

You also get Glory (an actual thing) by accomplishing tasks. Like many of these games, you get a souped up character, called a Hero. Protect this dude. You do this by building a barracks and then building guys who hang out with your hero who will kill people for you.

Protect the Village

Technical

Hands down what makes this game top notch is its graphics and its interface. It’s always a treat when a free flash game has awesome graphics. It’s like you’re playing a real video game.

The menus are very intuitive. Usually I have to keep a wiki open in another tab to keep track of what I’m supposed to be doing. Not in this game. No sir. There’s no lag, I haven’t run into anything I would consider a ‘bug.’ I tend to abandon games because I get tired of inputing numbers and not having anything fun to look at.

Multiplayer

As with just about all of these games, mastering the multiplayer is how you stay alive. There are guilds. You guys pool your resources in order to field even bigger and better army.

Spying and plundering is actively encouraged. Don’t hate the player, hate the game.

Final Verdict

Be careful. You could lose an entire year to this thing. Time is our most precious resource. That and water. Actually, children are our most precious resource. Also, this is a great game.

Ministry of War

 ★★★★★ 

Gameplay:★★★★★ 
Technical:★★★★★ 
Multiplayer:★★★★★ 
It’s like Age of Empires. On the Internet. 10 years later.

Game: Ministry of War | Developer: Snail Games

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