1100AD browser gameAdded on: 16 May, 2011
Although its setting is medieval, the streamlined interface and complex troop movement options in AmberGames’ 1100 AD are thoroughly modern. The game offers players a more hands-on city-building experience than most MMORTS titles, but the real heart of 1100 AD is combat. More aggressive players will find plenty to do, as the game encourages covert theft from other players’ cities as well as open warfare. The world of 1100 AD is a harsh one and not for the faint of heart.
The ability to enter into non-aggression pacts and alliances with neighbors adds a deeper diplomatic dimension to 1100 AD. More nuanced diplomacy and greater control over city buildings keeps this game intriguing even after a novice player becomes a veteran. Build farms and resource collection sites in the town window, then zoom out to the valley view to get familiar with neighboring territories. Unlike other games which enforce a rigid faction structure on players, 1100 AD is more freeform; players are on their own and can rob or trade their neighbors as they see fit.
To bolster success as a conqueror, thief, or trader in the world of 1100 AD, AmberGames offers a cash shop that features novel benefits such as new heroes, trebuchets, and even town invisibility that confers protection against robbers.1100AD,
1100AD latest news:
- 25/06/2012: New Asian Server Opens in 1100AD
- 4/06/2012: 1100AD to Celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee
- 16/05/2012: 1100AD Prepares for a Major Britannia Server Update
- 7/05/2012: New 1100AD Server Focuses on Russia
- 19/03/2012: 1100AD’s New Release Means New Artifacts