Kingdom Conquest 2 launched on iPhone, Android

Those of you anxiously waiting for the release of Kingdom Conquest 2 will be pleased to know that it has launched today on the iPhone, iPad and Android devices, but what we love so much about this MMORPG is that it is FREE to play. If you have played the first game then you’ll know that the key to the game is that you will start with nothing and then your aim is to end with a kingdom.

You are in total control of your destiny and so decide just who you wish to join your cause and whom you wish to beg to your mercy. Some of the main features are to dominate online by plotting your attacks, which takes a huge amount of planning along with the help of your allies of course. However, the thought of being able to create a 3D fortress does sound interesting, and should look awesome on the new 4th-generation iPad.

If you like a challenge then you are going to enjoy the 4-player co-op Dungeon Modes where you will need to survive waves of attacks from creatures along with those all-important boss monsters. While Kingdom Conquest 2 is free on the App Store and Google Play, you need to be aware that you will have to pay for in-game items, which seems to be the way some gaming apps are going now.

If this sequel is anything like its predecessor then you are going to be entertained for hours at a time as you become engrossed in this strange world. The graphics on this latest version is said to be very much improved, but try not to get too sucked in by those in-game items.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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