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Genre Strategy
Publisher 37Games Entertainment
Release 2014-12-19
Platform Browser based

Siegelord is a free-to-play real-time strategy (RTS) game developed by 37Games. The game is set in a medieval world where players can create their own kingdom and compete against other players for dominance. Players start by building their own kingdom, constructing various buildings such as resource-generating buildings, military buildings, and defensive structures. The game features a variety of PvE and PvP gameplay modes, including campaign mode, alliance wars, and world conquest mode. In campaign mode, players complete various quests and missions to advance their kingdom and gain resources and rewards. In alliance wars, players team up with other players to take on rival alliances and conquer territory. In world conquest mode, players compete against each other to control the entire game world. Siegelord features a variety of different units, including infantry, cavalry, archers, and siege engines. Players must strategically deploy their units to counter their opponent's strengths and weaknesses. One of the game's standout features is its alliance system, which allows players to team up with other players to share resources, troops, and strategies. Players can also engage in diplomacy with other alliances, forging alliances and making enemies as they see fit. Siegelord is an engaging and immersive RTS game that offers a variety of PvE and PvP gameplay modes, a robust unit system, and a unique alliance system. Its emphasis on strategy and diplomacy makes it a must-play for fans of the genre.

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Minimum System Requirements

Since it is a browser-based game, it should work well on almost any PC with an up-to-date web browser.

You might still be able to play if you have outdated hardware or software, but your gaming experience might suffer. We advise using the most recent versions of Chrome, Firefox, or Microsoft Edge for the best gaming experience.


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