By Sean O'Connor
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Slay is a simple to learn game of strategy and cunning set in medieval times. The island is divided up between the six players, and you must try to capture your enemies' land and link up your own territories to create larger and stronger ones. You begin capturing land by attacking with your peasants. Once your territories become richer you can combine peasants to make stronger and stronger people (Spearmen, Knights and then Barons) who can kill weaker enemy troops, or knock down their castles. Just be careful that you don't create too many expensive men or the territory will go bankrupt!
"This game is pure strategy! It's a work of genius. Brilliant AI. Engaging turn-based multiplayer strategy. Sid Meier, eat your heart out!" - GameSpy.com
"I love this game! I play it all the time, and when I'm not, I think about wanting to play it." - PocketNow.com
"At first glance, Slay looks elementary, but hidden beneath are cunning strategy elements that must be finely balanced for success" - PC Magazine
"Deceptively delightful. The graphics are simple, but the strategy is complex." - Download.com
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What's New in Version 4.2
- allows scrolling and zooming while enemies are moving
- fixed bug affecting screen touches on iPhone 6s
- fixed bug causing glitchy pinch zooming on iPads
I still play this game after seven years!
I've had this game installed on my last three phones and I still play it. The only thing I can think of right now that would make this game better would be to put on each house the number of hexagons it is serving. Sometimes at the end of larger boards when I'm trying to kill the enemy I have to count every spot on each turn to determine whether I can kill the enemy or not. Another way of possibly doing that would be show a positive number or negative number based off of how many spots are required based on the number of men. For instance, if I had 10 of the basic man and only had 13 hexagons, it would show -7 on the spot, and if I had 23 spots it would show a 3 on the house.
Awesome Strategy Game
Perfect game. Don't listen to the haters. You get 468 maps with the purchase, so all of these people complaining about not getting all the maps when you purchase it are just whiners. It would take days and days of continuous play to play through all the maps you get with it. Completely and totally worth the purchase, and this is coming from someone who has spent less than $30 total on all games in the last seven years. Addictive.
I owned this game 10 years ago on a PC. Now, I am mac based. So I was excited to see this available for iPad. Its An amazing strategy game. Still wish there was an option for custom maps.
There is nothing wrong with the higher levels. You have to kill the home base to kill the enemies money. You can split the enemy in half but there home base will keep the remaining money.
It is a must have game.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Oct 07, 2015
- Version: 4.2
- Size: 33.1 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Sean O'Connor
- © 2009 Sean O'Connor
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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