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Description

Tales spread of far off isles with mysteries waiting to be discovered. Rulers will need all the strength of their subjects to sail away and find new kingdoms in these New Lands. Kingdom: New Lands builds upon the award-winning gameplay and mystery of Kingdom by introducing an abundance of new content to the IGF-nominated title while maintaining the simplicity and depth that legions of monarchs have come to experience and enjoy. Travel to the New Lands and welcome the deluge of new mounts, merchants, and vagrants that call these isles home, but be wary of the new obstacles that threaten your arrival -- for not just the greedy creatures block your way but even the environment itself can defeat you. Be brave, ruler, and fight to the bitter end, lest these New Lands conquer you instead.

Available on

Xbox One

Xbox One

Additional info

Published by
Raw Fury


Release date
2016-08-09T00:00:00.0000000Z


Approximate download size
511.82 MB



Installation
Install on your home Xbox One console plus have access when you’re connected to your Microsoft account.


Additional terms
Xbox Live code of conduct



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Great game

Good resource management,nice relaxing music and a good mix of gameplay elements.

45 out of 47 people found this helpful.

Thoroughly strategic yet delightfully artistic

This game delivers an enjoyable 2D/side-scrolling, strategic rogue-like that teaches you the basics and then steadily ramps up the difficulty and delivers many suprises, both good and bad. I loved every minute of building each new kingdom and began to min/max my progression from the time I landed until my eventual escape or destruction.

44 out of 47 people found this helpful.

Unique and one-of-a-kind gaming experience! 5 CROWNS!

This experience has a great atmosphere, an ambient soundtrack, and loads of fun building your kingdom! I encourage everyone to support this developer and buy this gaming experience, Kingdom: New Lands.

62 out of 68 people found this helpful.

retro look and feel makes for a refreshing change.

drawing from elements lik terraria, or humans for the sega genesis, kingdom has the 2d side scroll down. the camera is fun and smooth. the management system is fun but a struggle in the begining. simple in design but complex in strategy. definitely worth the money.

31 out of 33 people found this helpful.

Hours of fun!

I just can't seem to put it down! Very easy to learn and play, but once you start hitting double digit days the game becomes very unforgiving with your screw ups. Definitely reccomend.

30 out of 32 people found this helpful.

Fun casual game

A charming, addictive game. It is, however, somewhat repetitive, and can be tedious at times. Naturally, it gets a bit more challenging as one progresses, so it doesn't get boring too quickly. For $15, it's worth the price.

26 out of 28 people found this helpful.

Surprise Hit

The game is fantastic. Gameplay is simple yet fun. The game becomes very challenging. Every decision with your in game currency is important. It has an excellent soundtrack that reminds me of Minecraft. The minor rogue like features, resource management, and tower defense gameplay make it well worth the pricetag.

17 out of 18 people found this helpful.

Just okay. 👌

Simplistic gameplay works well in this title. Typical pixel appeal. Minimalist sound and music get the job done. Becomes repetitive; and just as you realize there are secrets to be discovered, the content comes up short. Not bad, but not great. 👎👍

91 out of 110 people found this helpful.

My Kingdom hath Fallen

Owning Kingdom on PC, I was excited to see it release on Xbox One. The premise is simple enough: start with a king or queen and a few minions and slowly build your kingdom back up. If I had to define it I would say it is maybe some kind of Tower Defense/Strategy/Resource or Time Management Hybrid. You gather coins through various means and choose whether to invest in things like better walls, more farmers or perhaps even a shiny new catapult. The pixel art is nice and reminescent of The Deer God. There is very little in the way of narrative or directions other than build, expand, survive. So the amount of joy you get from the game will depend solely on how much you like the gameplay. The longest I have been able to survive is about 18 days but the last 5 or 6 days seemed like I was just prolonging the inevitable. Maybe there was something I was missing but it just seems like once things start to go wrong, you are done for. It is a good game though and there isn't many like it.

10 out of 10 people found this helpful.

Definately Getting Your Money's Worth

From watching people on YouTube to actually playing this game is truly amazing. It is almost unexplainable how to describe how fun this game is, but I have come to this conclusion; if you're looking for a game that is both strategic and relaxing at the same, this is the game for you. There's something about this game that makes it so fun to play, but is only truly expierenced when playing it yourself, I've tried to boil it down to this: While exploring in this game and looking at the sun reflect from the water while a very soothing soundtrack is playing in the background makes the game outright beautiful. Kingdom: Newlands is a must buy with it's $15 price tag. Thank you Raw Fury for putting this beautiful game on the Xbox One. - Machobanaenae

6 out of 6 people found this helpful.

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