European Conqueror 3D
The Conqueror games from Circle Entertainment have become a strategy
favorite of mine for some time now. European Conqueror 3D on the
Nintendo 3DS fleshes out the European conflicts from World War II.
Families can play a variety of different countries for $0.99 cents.
European Conqueror 3D will feel familiar if you played one of the previous games. The same troops, upgrades, and tools can be used in European Conqueror 3D. We still roll the dice to see who defeats who in the attacks. In fact most of European Conqueror 3D feels like the previous games.
European Conqueror 3D is a downloadable only title. That means there is not a physical copy of the game your family will be able to purchase at a store. If European Conqueror 3D could be sold on a cartridge for one dollar that would be something really special. And it could be sold at one of the dollar stores.
Slow and steady wins the race in European Conqueror 3D. Conquer more territories for more money. Then add troops, tanks, and artillery to conquer more territory. At some point you will reach the capital of the opposing forces. Defeat it to defeat them. Once all of the opposing forces are defeated you win.
I like the game play in European Conqueror 3D. I enjoy the music. The theme of war can be used as a good lesson. As well as strategies to end violent conflicts. With that said I do not believe European Conqueror 3D is for everyone. Especially the younger members of the family.
I see so much promise in this kind of game play. I would love to see European Conqueror 3D grow into different kinds of maps. Move beyond the World War II concept. Use all kinds of creativity to bring gamers different kinds of maps and themes.
Family Friendly Factor: 65%
System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Circle Entertainment
Developer: Circle Entertainment
Rating: ‘E10+' - for Everyone 10+
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