Kingdoms of Marazia offers simple-looking but cutthroat multiplayer real-time strategy


It seems so long ago that we lived in the halcyon days of real-time strategy dominance in the PC market. Remember when Command and Conquer was all the hotness? And there was that weird WarCraft game?

At least the genre isn’t completely dead. In fact, there’s a new indie MMORTS on the market that seems promising. It’s called Kingdoms of Marazia, and it’s a somewhat simplistic-looking hex-based RTS in which players expand their holdings, protect their castles, and make alliances to stay alive as long as possible. Because resources in each game are limited, players will have to make the decision if and when to band together or move on others.

Kingdoms of Marazia is currently on sale for $14 at Steam through August 13th, so it’s not like it’s going to set you back more than the cost of a monthly sub.

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This looks a lot like a browser-based indie game I played years ago called Ironfell. Wonder if this game was inspired by Ironfell, or just a coincidence. Screenshot attached.


Dune 2, Dune 2000 and Emperor: Battle for Dune were all LAN classics for my crew.