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  • Summary: “Majesty: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim” is a vast magical world where you are honored with the crown of a tiny fairytale kingdom. When you become the head of the country all the responsibility for the land's prosperity rests on your royal shoulders. You will have to fight various enemies and monsters, explore new territories, manage economic and scientific developments and solve a heap of unusual and unexpected tasks. For example, what will you do when all the gold in the kingdom transforms into cookies? Or how will you bring back the trolls who robbed caravans and whose disappearance ruins the economy of the country?The core feature of “Majesty: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim” is that you cannot control your citizens directly. There are a lot of heroes in your lands: valiant warriors and warlike barbarians, powerful wizards and grim necromancers, industrious dwarves and skilful elves plus many more. But all of them live their own lives and decide for themselves what to do at any moment. You are able to issue orders but heroes will follow your commands only for a sizeable reward. “Majesty: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim” contains elements of role play: while fulfilling your orders, the heroes improve their skills and talents, as well as earn cash to be spent on new equipment, weapons, and magical elixirs. “Majesty: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim” – the throne is waiting for its hero!Game Features:- Legendary indirect control strategy totally adapted for iOS- 10 types of heroes with dozens of statistics, weapons and armour- A dozen types of monsters- Several dozen spells- 30 upgradeable building types- 8 scenario missions+ a bonus one- 3 difficulty levels- About 100 game achievements Expand
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  1. Aug 22, 2011
    I feel like Majesty came out of nowhere. I suppose as someone who was never able to sample most of the PC's classics it kind of did. I'm glad I finally had the chance to play it this time around, and I hope that it gets all the attention it so rightly deserves.
  2. Oct 16, 2011
    A pleasant serendipity. Not too frantic and not too dumbed down, the port just seems to fit. I'd love to see other developers look at this game and make the mechanic a deliberate iOS design choice.
  3. 70
    Crammed with niggles, Majesty isn't the hit it could have been, but remains a solid strategy game thanks to an original concept that's particularly suited to the iPhone.
  4. Oct 17, 2011
    Majesty without a random map generator is like a chicken without a head. I understand that I shouldn't ask too much from a $2,99 title, but randomness is one of the things that make the original Majesty so fun and addictive even today.
  5. Oct 26, 2011
    Presentation-wise, Majesty: The Fantasy Kingdom is decent, but it feels a little dated in terms of its art style. Nevertheless, it will still appeal to many players and does have a bit of a nostalgic feel to it. Even so, it far from makes up for the poor usability and lack of control granted to the player over their armies.
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  1. Nov 23, 2011
    It's an RTS but not.

    You don't directly control units, but you create them and the town. It's incredibly fun, and some missions are
    annoyingly difficult. The graphics are comparible to Diablo, but there's a strange charm that gives it a good rating in my book. Expand