Royal Envoy: Campaign for the Crown Collector's Edition
Average Rating 7 player reviews ( 4.7 out of 5.0 )
King or Swindler? Who will be the new ruler of the Kingdom?
Breaking news! The monarchy is at risk! Someone wearing a black cloak broke into the royal palace. The stranger was fearful and grim, and challenged the King's right to the throne. He accused the King of being unable to manage the kingdom, and demanded to be elected King himself! Help the King win the elections and defend the truth and justice in the kingdom.
-Enjoy 63 levels of the story mode. Plus, challenge yourself in the expert mode
-Set up 20 all-new buildings
-Complete dozens of fun quests
-Unlock over 50 achievements
-Travel around the unfamiliar lands, such as Flying Islands, Jolly Roger Strait and many more
-Collector’s Edition extras: 30 bonus levels, walkthrough, beautiful wallpapers and original soundtrack
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I DON'T PLAY WITH THE SOUND ON, BUT I CAN'T LEAVE THE SOUND WITH NO RATING! I like this game a lot. It is similar to the other "Envoy" games, which is to be expected. My usual complaint is that the levels get ridiculously hard after maybe 6 levels, but that did not happen in this game. I was actually able to get 3 stars on every level. Yes, there were levels I had to do several times, but they were all doable. It drives me crazy when I just can't win a level because there's not enough time or something. Basically, in my book, this game was just about perfect. I will look forward to other "Envoy" games, or even other games by the same developer. I think they really take into consideration the feedback they receive. See more See less
Another great in the Royal Envoy series. I am sorry to say, I'm not sure what makes this a "premium" game, I guess I want a little more than screen savers and walk thru's. The gameplay is typical of these type games, so it's easy to understand enen if you have not played the other games in this series. I do not listen to games, so I will assume it's comparable to the other aspects of the game. The graphics are whimsical and very well done. Overall this is a wonderful game the whole family can enjoy. See more See less
Many things are similar in this game to Royal Envoy which I liked. I never liked the sequel to that and played only a little. There are a few new types of things you have to do in this 3rd entry like the elephant drains the swamp, for example. But I only got into the swamp marshes and just felt rather bored. Maybe if this were A.A. I would play more. See more See less
Interesting story development from the previous 2 games in this series, however it can also be played without having played either of them and you will still enjoy this time management game fully. Here apart from building a number of types of buildings in a variety of terrains, you are also on a mission from the King. The workers talk to you, as does your guide along the way, making it feel almost interactive. I turn the music off so don't rate that. Until this series of games I was a dedicated match-3 game player, but the Royal Envoy series has me hooked with the variety of tasks required and I am never bored. I have the 1st game on PC and Android Tablet and phone, it's that addictive. See more See less