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  • Summary: Braveland is a turn-based game inspired by old-school strategies with hexagonal battlefield. You will start as a humble warrior's son whose village was cruelly raided and will end as talented commander of your army.

    The story will take place in a hand-drawn world and cover many interesting
    Braveland is a turn-based game inspired by old-school strategies with hexagonal battlefield. You will start as a humble warrior's son whose village was cruelly raided and will end as talented commander of your army.

    The story will take place in a hand-drawn world and cover many interesting places and characters. Various warriors will join your army - archers, scouts, healers, footmen, arbalesters and more.
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  1. Mar 23, 2014
    67
    Braveland is a cute little thing for those who have never played turn-based strategy games before.
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  1. May 9, 2014
    7
    This game was a lot of fun and has great potential for mods and expansions in the future. My only complaint is that the game was very shortThis game was a lot of fun and has great potential for mods and expansions in the future. My only complaint is that the game was very short with a limited amount of choice in what you did. I hope this leads to team to build a more mature story and world. Expand
  2. Mar 21, 2014
    4
    Beat this game in about an hour and a half. Very simple. Very boring. Very linear. Three things I hate. Each class of you "army" has oneBeat this game in about an hour and a half. Very simple. Very boring. Very linear. Three things I hate. Each class of you "army" has one single ability that they can use once or twice per battle. There are only I think 7 classes. Each class has a star rating from 1-5. You can only bring a combination of those classes that doesn't exceed a 15 star limit. You can add more soldiers in each of the classes to your army, but they will always be represented by one unit on screen, just with a number near their health bar. So you pretty much never get anything really epic in the battles. Its almost like you are just playing with action figures on a hexagonal patterned mat on the floor of a child's room and just imagining actual fun confrontations. Expand