Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Why You Should Still Choose Flash Ahead of Mobile for Branded Games

It's easy to get blinded by whatever is perceived as the current trend, but making mobile devices your number one priority isn't necessarily the best way to go with branded games.
If your budget allows, of course mobile is a great option for increasing reach with your branded game, but don't rely on it. Use mobile as a secondary source of exposure to reach a wider audience. A web based Flash game should still be the first choice for a number of reasons:

Flash is the best way to get guaranteed exposure
The biggest issue with mobile games is making your game stand out from the crowd. Unlike Flash, where it's relatively easy to distribute a game to a huge number of players, without a considerable budget for marketing the game itself, it's difficult to get a mobile game noticed. It's likely to just get lost in a sea of apps on the mobile app stores. Putting all your eggs in the mobile basket is a huge gamble that could end up with no significant return.
Flash doesn't have this problem. There is a huge existing network of gaming websites willing to host and drive players to a Flash game. Plus, it avoids the risk of only having your game available in one place (the appropriate mobile app store). Flash gaming sites have a huge existing user base ready and waiting to play your game.
Flash is more cost effective
Flash games target one common web based player, so there's none of the fragmentation you get with mobile devices. Trying to target all available mobile devices adds considerably to development and testing time, which means increased cost. This makes Flash much more cost effective and a better starting point for businesses with a modest budget.
A Flash game can be used to promote the mobile version
Having a web based Flash version of your branded game can be a great tool to drive traffic and downloads of a mobile version. Because Flash makes it easier to get your game in front of players, you can harness this exposure and drive traffic (through links in the game) to the mobile version on app stores. This is why it's always best to treat the Flash web based version of your game as the foundation and add a mobile version only if the budget allows. You can use the Flash version to promote the mobile version of your game, but NOT the other way around.
What about using HTML5 to target desktop and mobile devices at the same time?
There are currently a huge number of compatibility issues with HTML5 that make it a poor choice for web based games. You would end up with a far inferior end product to both a native mobile application and a Flash game. But the main issue is that there is no way to package and distribute HTML5 games in the same way that you can with Flash. So you're essential left with having the game in one place only and the same promotion problems as with having only a native mobile app.
If you do choose to produce a mobile version of your game in addition to the web based one, Flash is now capable of publishing as native apps anyway. So as long as your game is designed with this in mind from the start, it's relatively easy to create the mobile version of your branded game alongside the Flash web based version, minimising additional costs and time required.
Flash First, Mobile Second
When considering a branded game as part of a marketing campaign, you should only consider JUST a mobile version if:
  1. You have a decent budget to promote the finished game, or...
  2. You are willing to take the risk of hardly anyone playing your game.
If you want to guarantee good exposure for your branded game, always choose Flash first. Then if your budget allows you can start to look at mobile as an option.
Simon Walklate is a professional Flash games developer who provides custom branded web and mobile solutions.

4 Advantages of Business Simulation Games

The routine process of logging into the office, slogging throughout the day and logging out makes the life of an employee boring and stressful. To break the monotonous cycle, companies take the help professional event providers who conduct team building and other informal activities. However, with the passage of time, those activities become run of the mill without any changes. Enter Business Simulation games, the new variety of team building activity that challenges team members to think out of the box. They recreate real world scenarios and the participants are required to find logical solutions which will propel the company forward.
Five benefits of business simulation games:
1. Realistic experiences
Most of the activities proposed for strengthening team bonds are at a kinder garden level and way too simple. Participants may get bored very soon. Business simulation games are complex and involve scenarios and simulations found in the real world. The knowledge and experience gained in the corporate life can be experimented at these games. The employees will get a deeper understanding of the work they do and the purpose of their work.
2. Increases collaboration
Business games increase collaboration between the team members. For finding solutions for complex issues, a single individual needs to collaborate his ideas and opinions with others. This is because the simulation is not limited to a single function or department. Each player can utilize his or her strength and accordingly help the team win. Team spirit and cooperation is fostered with the help of such activities.
3. Effective learning
Companies are looking for ways where the employees can relax as well as gain insightful knowledge.Business simulation programs make way for effective learning as the employee gains the insight on how a company functions on a holistic level. These games make a good tool for corporate training. No wonder many companies are signing up for such simulations as they are worth the time and money spent.
4. Leadership pool
As employees work hard to solve simulation problems, you will come across talented individuals who take the initiative and gets ahead of the others. You will get a chance to identify the cream layer of talent. In normal situations, such individuals may take a backseat. Business strategy development activities bring out the inner logical thinking of an employee and force him to take initiative. You can be rest assured that the company's future is in good hands because of the new pool of leadership talent. Once identified, you can train them further with the help of corporate training program.
The above four advantages show why business simulation games are coming into the forefront of team building activities. Get on the bandwagon and transform your employees. You will be surprised at the results.
Padmaja Singh is a prolific Mumbai-based freelance writer who writes on numerous topics including Team building games, Motivation, Success tips and Leadership training to name a few.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Finding Video Game Tester Jobs Online

 Where you can find the highest paying        video gamer jobs online
Have you been playing games for a very long time and wish to start getting paid for it.Maybe your actually really good at them and strive to beat every new one you get and unlock every achievement .Do you find yourself playing a game over and over just because it is so fun.
Then you might be a good candidate for a position as a video game tester in the field of quality assurance.
As a game tester you can get paid to play hot new games while they are still on the assembly line.Top video game developers are looking for gamers of your caliber to make sure their games meet or exceed current standards.

How to land a video game tester job

But these jobs are usually hard to acquire and you get discouraged because their is never an opportunity close to home that you can apply for,trust me I know.
The unemployment line is where I had ended up because I got laid off.I had no choice but to hit the "black top" and start looking for another job.So of course the first jobs I looked for was online because it's just so much easier to find local jobs.
I submitted applications to a few companies that I had experience in in the field with and since that was going to take a few hours or days I decided to mess around and look for jobs where you can work online.
I actually got one of my first jobs as a gamer online, two years ago.Back when I applied though it was a little difficult to find a great company to work with and i didn't have the skills to create my own video game just yet, so I searched and searched until I came upon Video Game Tester HQ
There is a constantly updated list of jobs gamers can apply for online and you can also join the community and stay updated on fresh positions and even video game news.
I have been a member and personally know the webmaster and he is even a game tester himself,so if your having any problems or would like to get his educated response about a question you've been wanting to ask make sure to check it out.

"They laughed when I said I was going get paid to Play Games until they saw my first check"

Sunday, March 30, 2014

The Best Gaming Laptops Under $1000 in 2014

Gaming Laptops For Under $1000

If you're looking to get your hands on a new laptop that's destined for gaming and are on a budget, you might want to consider a few factors before making this decision.
The best gaming laptops under $1000 are configured with the best hardware available and will act as decent desktop replacements if you intend to work on them.
As a general rule of thumb, any of the top gaming laptops you consider buying must have a powerful processor, at least 4 GB RAM, plenty of hard disk space, a mid-range to high-end dedicated graphics card and a very good display with killer audio and graphics.
So let's get a bit into the details of a good gaming laptop. If it's created for gaming then it must have good hardware installed. Like other high-performance portable computers, it will be a bit less portable than standard laptops. This is because it will integrate a lot of hardware to be able to take on all the latest games.

Some Important Factors

What are the factors to look for in gaming laptops? Well, starting at the processor level, a good gaming laptop that's under $1000 will carry a dual-core or even a quad-core processor. This can be the Core i5 or the faster i7 processor. They are all good choices and will run any game very well as well as any programs you might want to run.
The system memory amount will determine how well everything runs. You need to make sure that your gaming laptop comes equipped with at least 4GB of RAM. Some of them will have an 8GB minimum, but you should remember that 4GB is the lowest limit and you shouldn't even consider purchasing a laptop which has a lower system memory than this.
Next item on the list would be the graphics card. Now standard laptops will carry standard "integrated" GPUs. These use available RAM and typically will slow the system when graphics power is needed. The best gaming laptops carry only dedicated graphics cards. This is because dedicated graphics cards come with their own memory, so they don't have to take away from the available RAM and the system will run much better.
The screen is also an important factor. The screen size will determine not only how much you see, but also the resolutions you can display. Supported resolutions can vary a lot over the same size screen. Some manufacturers create screens with a much higher pixel density than others. It's even a common thing to find standard 15.4inch laptops which can run 1080p Full HD resolutions.
Let's have a look at a few top gaming laptop models.

#1 - Acer Aspire V3-771G-9809 17.3-Inch Laptop

This is perhaps one of the best gaming laptops under $1000, because it features a grand screen of 17.3 inches, which is above the average 15.4 standard you currently find in laptops.
It also comes with a 3rd gen Intel Core i7 quad core processor which can run up to 3.2GHz using the Turbo Boost Technology.
The laptop has the Windows 8 operating system installed, the latest in the series and the best performing OS from Microsoft.
The graphics is another high point in this laptop. It integrates an NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M graphics card with 2GB of dedicated VRAM. This is one of the top graphics cards today and it will allow you to play all the best games today.
The 8GB of system memory will ensure you can run all the latest software programs without any glitches or system halts.

#2 - ASUS N56VJ-DH71 15.6-Inch Full-HD 1080P Laptop

This is another tough contender in the top gaming laptops under $1000 list. It comes at the standard 15.6 laptop size, but it features a Full HD 1080p resolution capable screen.
It also incorporates an Intel Core i7-3630QM 2.4 GHz quad-core processor which is great for running a lot of programs and awesome if you like to multitask.
There's 8GB of RAM installed, so everything should run nice and smooth without any problems whatsoever.
The 1TB hard drive will allow you to install all the software programs you need, along with all your games, store media files and still have enough spare space for anything else you might decide to add later.
The graphics is another high selling point in this laptop. It comes with a dedicated NVIDIA GT 635M graphics card with 2GB of dedicated video memory. This card will pretty much rip through most games graphics and allow you to run them at full quality settings.
The OS you get is Windows 8, which is the best operating system so far from Microsoft.

#3 - Dell XPS 15.6-Inch Laptop

This is another top choice I made based on brand. Dell is widely known as providing top quality when it comes to computers. This laptop is proof of just that.
It has a 3rd Generation Intel Core i5-3230M processor which runs at 2.6GHz. This is a great processor for any games that you might like to play and any programs you would like to run.
It also comes with 6GB of system memory installed which will help a lot to switch from one application to another seamlessly when you're multitasking. This amount of power will help you run pretty much any game that comes out.
On the graphics side there's a dedicated NVIDIA GeForce GT630M with 1GB of GDDR5 video memory. This is a top notch graphics card that's great and you'll find it a lot on the recommended system requirements list for most modern games.
The system comes with Windows 8 pre-installed so it will run straight out of the box.

Asus Republic of Gamers Laptops

Now I'm a fan of Asus and their ROG line of laptops. ROG stands for Republic of Gamers and it's a series of laptops configured for gaming purposes.
Everything from the processor, to the amount of RAM, graphics card, display and keyboard type has been put together to create a powerful and portable high-end gaming laptop.
If you'd like to view a few of these laptops, you can visit a list I made with my favorite Asus ROG laptops.
You can watch the video below to get a feel of what these laptops bring to the table in terms of installed hardware and performance capabilities.

ASUS ROG G74 Gaming Notebook

Best Gaming Laptop Brand Profiles

There are a few brands which come to mind when gaming laptops are concerned. They create a lot of high quality models they do this consistently.
Asus has it's very own line of high performance laptops called the ROG (or Republic of Gamers). Aside from the streamlined design, these portable machines integrate everything needed to run modern games as smooth as possible on maxed out settings.
Another brand, or more exactly co-brand, is Alienware. They are derived from Dell and their laptops will stand out in a crowd. Their logo (the alien head) lights up and can be distinguished quite easily. These too are some top performing machines and are known to even carry dual GPU configurations.
Toshiba, with the Quosmio line is another line worth of mentioning. These laptops are thought of more like entertainment solutions, but they perform outstandingly when games are concerned. 

Saturday, March 29, 2014

Best RTS Games: Upcoming Games in 2014

Upcoming Games in 2014

With the dawn of a new year, it is time to set up a wish list of all the new RTS games coming out this year. Tired of playing the same RTS games like Command and Conquer, Age of Empires or Supreme Commander? Then look forward to some of these games.

If none of the new games manage to excite you, going back to older games can always be an option.Planetary Annihilation

The first game is Planetary Annihilation by Uber Entertainment. Let’s hope their game will be just as awesome as their companies name.
The game looks and feels similar to Supreme Commander. Not surprisingly, some of the members on the team have indeed worked on Supreme Commander. Other have work on Monday Night Combat, Super MNC, Demigod, Total Annihilation and Battle for Middle Earth. Needless to say, these guys know how to make a game.
Planetary Annihilation will allow you to colonize entire solar systems and crush entire worlds. The developers want to take the genre to the next level with this game by allowing players to control thousands of units at the same time.
From mining planets and asteroid belts for resources to fuel your economy to constructing planet-destroying weapons, this game will keep you busy for a while in both Multiplayer and Singleplayer. Games can have up to 40 players, resulting in all out free-for-all’s in multiplayer or small scale Skirmishes in Singleplayer.
The developers have promised to implement many feature to make modding easy; allowing you to create new units, different game types and build your own maps.
Their Kickstarter campaign shows that many people are already excited about this game. Instead of the requested $900 000, they managed to collect $2,229,344 with 44,162 backers.

Universum: War Front

Next up is Universum: War Front, a game that tries to combine RTS and FPS game play. Although this has been tried before, it is rarely pulled of successfully. Let’s hope Universum can.
At any time in game, this indie game will allow you to control a single hero unit. You will be able to fight on the ground, in the air, underground, in open space or underwater, either as infantry, a vehicle, mech or alien creature. Besides that, the environment can change between 7 different planets ranging from “Tulla”, with an average temperature around -40 degree Celsius to “Lavra”, with average temperatures of 45 degrees Celcius with peaks up to 10,000 degrees.
The initial production of this game was all done by a single guy called Cyril Megam, who left his job to dedicate his life to Universum. However, after a successful Kickstarter campaign, where he managed to crowd source over $20,000, he has decided to hire a few extra guys to help him finish the game.

Meridian: New World

Thirdly is Meridian: New World, another game made by a single person called Ede Tarsoly, who spend the past two years of his life working on this game. The new world in question is Meridian, which you get to explore and shape with every decision you take and with the dialogues with your crew.
It will have traditional style RTS game play with a focus on strategy where every choice has an impact and you can gain XP for your commander profile and unlock special combat abilities. It will also come with a full level editor to allow players to create their own campaigns.


Last but not least is Etherium by Tindalos Interactive, a French company who also made Stellar Impact.
In this game you will side with one of the three playable empires to fight over Etherium, the main resource in this science fiction game. This might sound a little familiar but many great games have come from this basic concept.
Each empire will have its own characteristics with corresponding strengths and weaknesses, technologies and special skills. To finish it all up, every Empire will also have its own “Colossi of War”, to rage havoc with.
Another nice feature is the weather system; each of the seven planets in game will have different weather conditions which will give players strategic opportunities, by performing a sneak attack by crossing a frozen lake or hiding in a sandstorm as strategic retreat.
The Singleplayer campaign will be non-linear, giving you influence on the progression of the story and multiplayer will be up to four players

Nothing You Like?


Many great games away us in 2014. Not all of them are completely original but will definitely be nice additions to your games collection. We also see the rise of Kickstarter as a way to fund new projects and people singlehandedly creating an entire game. A lot of developers are also putting emphasis on making it easy to mod their game, which is sure to please many players across the genre.

Monday, February 17, 2014

Best New Chima Game Sets From LEGO 2013-2014

Which LEGO Chima Game Sets to Pick?

In 2013, LEGO Chima sets are all the rage, and are only expected to become more popular as we move into 2014.
Truth be told, before I began researching this upcoming year’s best of the best in knickknacks for youngsters, I had very little knowledge of what a Chima was. Is it something that LEGO created? Was it a creative gadget that would rival the latest LeapFrog item? Was it super-cool?
My last question was met with a resounding “YES” after doing extensive research, discovering exactly what Chima is, and what they’re all about.

With that information intact, I’m going to assume that you (the caregiver of your little Chima fan) know exactly what you’re doing, and where these stealthy, animal ninjas come from.
The following 3 among new LEGO Chima sets are amazing, and sure to excite and delight your kiddos to no end.

LEGO Chima Swamp Jump (70111 - Shown in Photo Above)

Miniature and super-cute, the Swamp Jump focuses on a CHI challenge of the Fox tribe!
The included mini-figurine is beyond adorable, yet fiercely protective of her land and the rights of Chima. Known as a Furty, this fox wields 2 weapons to play an exciting card-game that involves leaping, bounding, and catapulting to victory.
The set-up is simple, taking minutes, and there’s an instructional guide that details how to play the game and how to win.

LEGO Chima Tower Target (70110)

Compete for the ultimate 6-sided CHI in a Tower Target challenge...
There are several animal-themed mini-figurines in this set – all doing their best to control the world of Chima with dominance and reigning peace (of their own making).
The game is a literally knock-down, drag-out as teams attempt to break the towers of a fearsome tribe. Gorilla warriors are at-the-ready to step in when summoned, but overall, it’s your child’s accuracy and imagination that will lead one tribe to ultimate victory.

LEGO Chima Croc Chomp (70112)

Another card-game miniature, the Croc Chomp features a reptile-enthusiast’s favorite tribal animal – Crocodiles!
Dubbed the Crug, these warriors are snapping their jaws to get through a 5-card mini-game of epic consequences and an even better winning prize.
For the fate of Chima, thoroughly read the detailed instructions booklet before playing, then utilize the Croc gates to set traps for passing tribes-animals.
There are power-ups, a ripcord, 6 CHI playables, and weapons of various shapes, sizes, and functions. Battle your way to the top of the Chima food chain!

LEGO Legends of Chima - Cool Music Video...

Top 10: Best Real Time Strategy Games for PC (with new 2013 - 2014 RTS releases)

Best Real Time Strategy Games

The first real time strategy game I ever played was Red Alert 1, a game that got me to like this game genre a lot. A year later I got my hands on KKnD, sadly in German so I was clueless about what to do most of the time but l really liked the post apocalyptic science fiction idea behind the game. None of these could even compare to the goodness released in 1998 - Star Craft, the most epic of them all and I don't just mean in the RTS genre but the best of all games, for me personally, even today.
In the last years we've there have been many great releases in this genre and I'm always excited when I see a new one (there's always time to play a good RTS with friends).
This list covers some of the all time best real time strategy games as well as top new releases worth checking out.

1. StarCraft II & I- The Best Real Time Strategy Game Hands Down

The wait has been long, over a decade long, but it was well worth it.
When I played the original Star Craft and as years passed (and all other great games got their sequles) I was wondering when we will see this day come. I was excited when the rumours of Ghost started coming out as I was expecting it to be a proper sequel to the game and was disappointed... I was super stoked when I found a hydralisk in Warcraft 3 (I know you were too) and finally in 2010 we got to see a sequel we were waiting for.

Once again we get to choose to play as one of the 3 unique races the Zerg, Protoss or Terrain - the game released in 2010 has only Terrain campaign (other are released later on) where the story takes of where it was left... We get to know what happens to my favourite character Kerrigan...
For me personally the game brought the same level of excitement as the first one did, in all aspects. As with the first one I really like how each of the races is well thought out and has unique units, (not just visually) buildings and developments you just wan't to play with them all and having a favourite is a bit difficult.
Online multiplayer campaign mode takes the game to a whole new level and I promise you will have hard time letting go as it's really addictive.

2. Age of Empires II & III & Mythology

It's hard to go past the AoE series when you talk about RTS games as these are certainly one of the best games in this genre. I really liked playing the first one and can say the sequel was even better. Age of Empires 2 is easily one of the best real time strategy games ever made, especially if you're not into science fiction and such.
I admit I wasn't all that into the third instalment as I wasn't all that crazy about the changes in gameplay (if something works leave it this way) but over time the game grew on me.
All in all this game series is legendary and a must have for any RTS lover.

3. Wargame: AirLand Battle - probably the best RTS released in 2013

While this one isn't number 3 in my all time best real time strategy games list it deserves a high spot as it's one of the better games released in 2013 (quite a few of promising titles were more than disappointing - Total War:Rome II being one of the biggest disappointments for me personally).
This one is a standalone expansion of Wargame: European Escalation (I recommend this game also).
The game is set in the cold war era of WWIII set in the 1985(ish). I'm not to keen on WW settings in RTS but this game is tilting the scale as it's really addictive.
The game is a bit lacking in single player mode but it excels in multyplayer where you can hook up with 20 different people in massive maps.

4. Rome: Total War

A sequel to Rome was released in 2013 but it really can't compare to the first instalment (nor could it get on the top 10 list).
Rome: Total War is the third game in the Total War series, in my opinion the best one, and as name suggests you get to play with legions of the Roman Empire and battle hoards of barbarians and other enemies of Rome.
While this is a RTS in single player mode you do have turn based elements when you manage your city (multyplayer is purely real time).

5. Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth II

Whether you liked LoTR saga or not you will love this strategy game. For the LoTR fans the fact this game takes on a scenario that hasn't been in the movie so the game has a lot to offer story-wise.
The game has 16 missions in campaign mode and they all take place in the wonderful worlds of LoTR (Rivendell, The Shire...) as you fight for the Middle Earth. 8 missions are made for the good side where you are swarmed by enemy forces and fight to stay alive whereas the 8 missions made for the evil side are a bit more aggressive on your side. As you progress with the game the units become stronger, you unlock many new units as well as spells that will help you on your path.
Skirmish mode offers more than 40 maps so you won't get bored with the scenery quickly.
The game requires much tactic and strategic moves so it's easy to play one map for hours if you have the right opponent.

LoTR Gameplay (Good Campaign)

6. Empire Earth Series - another great real time strategy game

Empire earth "slightly" resembles Age of Empires so if you are looking for something similar to AoE series this game is a sure bet. Some say this one is better than AoE, some like AoE more, personally I think both games are great and have a lot to offer, each in it's own unique way.
At the time of writing there are 3 instalments of the game but the first one is the best by far. In the first one you get to play through 14 different epochs starting as a nomad tribe and finishing in a slightly futuristic sense.

7. Command & Conquer The Ultimate Collection - Best RTS for the price

I've been a fan of Command & Conquer series from the first game to the last although technically the first game I ever played from the series was Red Alert (the best game in the series if you ask me).
I was thinking about which of the Command & Conquer games to include on this list, I knew Red Alert deserves a spot but I've also greatly enjoyed Tiberian Sun and well all others... I found my answer in the newly released Command & Conquer The Ultimate Collection an inexpensive bundle that features all 17 games plus an early access to the next one in the series (which I'm sure will be another great game). Worth every cent.

Supreme Commander: Forged Alliance

This is a standalone expansion of Supreme Commander and while the original game is great this expansion brings many well needed improvements of the game engine and graphics making this one much more enjoyable, not to mention there's a whole new playable race added.
The game is set in the future where humanity is able to travel from planet to planet using a quantum tunnel (portal) - this enabled humanity to populate many planets. As the number of colonised planets grew the control weakened resulting in the fall of Earth Empire. Divided in 3 fractions it didn't take long for the war to start. After 1000 years the war this game's story takes off to put an end to it.

9. Warcraft - one of the best RTS games before it became MMORPG

Warcraft series is legendary, before the release of World of Warcraft there were 3 outstanding installations of this real time strategy game, each of them great the last in the series probably being the best (it all comes down to personal tastes).

10. Heroes of Annihilated Empires

Some will say this game does not deserve it's place on the top 10 list but for me personally this is one of the better real time strategy games as it cleverly combines two of my favourite game genres - RPG & RTS and to top this up it's a fantasy one with elves and dwarves and such.
In skirmish mode you get to choose from 4 races and start the game with 1 hero. You can wander around and collect artefacts and gain experience in order to make your hero stronger or you can cast a spell and start building your empire (which will freeze your hero for a while but you'll be able to take control of him or her later on).

I really, really like the RPG element of the game, heroes become stronger as they level up and you can equip them with all kinds of cool artefacts (it's slightly like Heroes of Might and Magic). They can become quite powerful and can swipe whole armies away once they reach high levels (not as challenging when playing against computer but when you play against a person it is!).
The real time strategy part of the game is decent... It can't compare to the likes of other games on this list this is true but I do like the fact that the number of units you can control is not limited - you can have as many as your computer can handle which can result in epic clashes of giant armies. I really enjoy sending my army of 500 (puny) skeleton warriors to clash with a horde of ice folk. Each race also has their special powerful units so you'll soon find yourself controlling a dragon or two. To add to the variety of creatures there are some special units to defeat on each map (and they usually drop great artefacts for your heroes).
All that said the campaign part of the game is lacking... The story isn't all that interesting nor is the scenario challenging. The game also keeps you hanging as the story is meant to be a trilogy (and there are no sequels to this game).

Heroes of Annihilated Empires Gameplay