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I have always loved learning about the Arthurian legends and all that. However, this is not really possible if you can’t play games like that with no accessability, is it? I’m a totally blind person, and this game sounds neat. It would be even more so if people like me and those with visual impairments could play. As I said, I’m totally blind so don’t know if the visuals are contrasted enough for VI (visually impaired) people to use. Please make this so in your updates. For totally blind and visually impaired people, you could connect this game to the Unity Engine so that it is self-voiced through there. You could also make it self-voiced like the game “A Blind Legend.” Another way is to hook the game up with Apple’s VoiceOver. This, allowing people like me to navigate the iDevice’s screen, would do so with the game as well. Of course, you can make the digital person within the game/the characters, that is, sighted and/or blind at some points. However, if you do this, please try to portray the blind character positively without stereotypes as are often heard in the blindness community—stereotypes not given here, but many exist. Thank you, Ashleigh S. Piccinino P.S. of course, sighted people in the game need to be portrayed positively as well.
This game is a very fun social game. there is a lot of great people to talk to but I wish they would update there chat rooms with spell check and mems. they update all game play which makes it interesting and fun and hard all at the same time which a game is supposed to do but seriously it’s 40% game play and 60% politics/ chatting so really wish they would spend a little time making chats better and be able to send /post screen shots. And they say it’s not pay to play but we all know who play the game it is pay to play and I get that the game needs to make money to profit and grow but they made it insane with how much u need to spend just to contend I have been playing for over a year now and haven’t made it to 30 yet and mostly because I help out other alliance members more then my self so that being said I do love the game just wish they would chill with the paying to play so much and update the chat..... Mainly update the chat guys for real.... would still recommend this game for anyone looking to socialize and be a part of a team
The social aspect of the game is very interesting. It’s fun to compete with teams an the game has a ton of players so many friends to be made . I also am very impressed with how they have integrated team work so heavily in the game . The rewards system for events are easily obtained even for non spenders and they give away tons of valuable free items needed for progression . The downside is it’s heavily geared towards spenders . Of course profit is needed to grow but for example the most recent updates for r6 emblems and r5 items require $450 usd just for 1 item an it can only be obtained by spending . There is no feature in the game to slowly obtain the resources needed to make these so to completely finish even emblems your looking at $2,000 which is outrageous . I also don’t get the point in having almost 700 different kingdoms . Over 80% of them have less than 200 players an a lot die in a month or less because of big spenders . There is also a separate Chinese version of the game were Chinese players get huge discounts not accessible to any other nationality . For example one teleport item cost me $10 were as for a Chinese player it’s .99 cents . The game is over ran with resource sellers who are also Chinese . It’s a very unfair aspect of the game and the developers are very aware of it an do nothing .
Let me tell you how this “strategy” game works. Spend lots of money buying gear, gemstones, banners, etc., boost your stats, and mindlessly attack anyone who you were able to outspend. Whoever calls this a strategy game I want to fight a war against you because you have no sense of what a strategy is. This is not a strategy game but rather pay to get ahead and takes no thought to beat your opponents. Those who spend the most money dominate this game and are impossible to defeat. They take anything and everything they want and within a matter of seconds can ruin years of work. Example: I spent a good year building up traps to defend my base and in one attack they were gone as well as 400K troops. Hospitals only hold so many troops and when that capacity is met all the rest die. We have a level 35 guy in our kingdom to wipes out entire alliances just because he can and support does nothing to help. You WILL have to pay tens of thousands of dollars to compete with these players or spend the next 10 years of your life gathering enough resources to progress that far. Avoid this game like the plague or you will leave it feeling like you completely wasted your time. Anyone who says they have never spent a single dollar on this game is lying as well. Right when you start you have to spend money or “top up” to unlock certain features.
NO NO NO! Any ad I have seen for this game has been completely fake. Do not think your playing some Age of Empires mixed with Elder Scrolls style game. You have two screens, your home base and the larger map area (maybe some other options screens). Also right now the screenshots on the App Store are just fake. Every single ad I have seen for this game has made it look like something completely different. This also is the EXACT same game as Mafia City and Guns of Glory. There are probably more games that have been copied and pasted like this one, but this might be the first. Minimal creativity and extremely disappointing when you realize how much of this game has just been copied to other games. It is absolutely not alright to lead people on with completely misrepresented gameplay in ads linking to this terrible crap. Clearly the people falsifying the advertising know what people want to actually play....so why is the game not exactly like what the ads lead you to believe. The advertising campaign for these games is impressive, clearly people are falling for it, then settling for a subpar game. I am not. I am extremely disappointed and feel like I have been mislead by false ads making this game look much cooler than it really is. Don’t give these people money or your time. This is just terrible.
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King of Avalon: Dragon Warfare has 18 987 user reviews.
King of Avalon: Dragon Warfare has an average rating of 4.4.
The latest version of King of Avalon: Dragon Warfare (7.6.0) was released on Jan 15, 2020.
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Make friends and battle enemies across the globe, your dragon and throne await!
With more than 100,000,000 downloads, players from nearly 150 countries, and countless recommendations by App Store, brace yourself for a legendary mobile adventure!
Get your armor on, the hottest real-time MMO of 2019 is here! Raise your dragon and build your army in
the quest to lift Excalibur and become the King. Taste power and victory while making friends and enemies along the way. Chat, help, trade and wage war with players around the globe. King Arthur’s death has left an empty throne. Get ready to get medieval; the battle to conquer the kingdom has started!
◆ Unique Dragons in Each Castle: Each player has a unique Dragon that they can raise and customize with special abilities, making each battle unique. The dragon’s abilities benefit the player's city development, resource gathering, and training.
◆ Alliances and Diplomacy: Players form Alliances together - constructing, defending, and attacking together. Alliances cooperate with each other and live together, managing diplomatic relationships as a team. They might lose battles together, but they can also win the war together.
◆ Global Server: King of Avalon players all over the world could battle together for the Excalibur to become the rightful ruler of their kingdom.
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