2 - 4 Players Required
. A multiplayer turn-based empire building strategy game.
Conquer your opponent's cities and win!
How to Play
- "Slect city..." Click one of YOUR cities to grab troops FROM (city must match the colour of your name).
- Click Dispatch.
- "Select destination..." Click an ENEMY city to dispatch troops TO (city cannot match your colour).
- Type the # of soldiers to send.
- Repeat these steps as often as desired/possible. Click "End Turn" when finished.
- Dispatched Troops will invisibly march across the map at the end of each turn.
- The City name always corresponds with the first letter on the map. i.e. J = Jakarta, I = Istanbul
- All the action happens on the Map. Each player starts with one City on the Map.
Each City has a production value that determines how many soldiers it produces each turn.
- Players can attack and try to conquer an enemy City by Dispatching soldiers from one of his own Cities.
The further away a target City is from your point of Dispatch, the more turns it will take for your soldiers to arrive.
- Similarly, you can Dispatch troops between your own Cities to strengthen your front lines and to mass soldiers for an assault.
- When attacking another City, your success in capturing it depends on the number of soldiers you Dispatched to it and the number of defending soldiers in that city at the time your army arrives.
- The defending city has an advantage against attackers, so make sure you send enough soldiers at once to overwhelm their defences!
Even if your attack force fails, it will kill of some of the defending enemy soldiers.
- Neutral Cities (huts) are placed around the map for players to fight over.
They will put up a fight, but they will not reproduce soldiers until they come under a player's control.
- Terrain isn't just for show! If soldiers have to move to a City that stands on different terrain than the City they started from,
it will take longer than it normally would to make the trip.
- If you lose all your Cities, you're eliminated. The last empire standing wins!
No Install! Just play online! Thanks Java Web Start (although you're a pain in the ass to configure)
Java Runtime Engine (JRE) 1.5.0
Klonequest was originally planned as "Religion Tycoon", but day 3 saw the cutting of many features to get a working game.
The result is a game very similar to a game called Konquest, hence the strange name.
Bruno Garcia is currently working on Jaunt
a cell phone RPG/Rogue-like game.
Definitely one for the hardcore strategy crowd.
If I were younger, and back at home with my brother, I would so totally kick his ass.
Had the developer had more time to show the troops marching across the map,
this game would be indistinguishable from the Total War series :)