Maritime Kingdom

Maritime Kingdom

Maritime Kingdom is a free game for Android that brings something new to the table of Android gaming – apart from strategy the game allows you to explore the seas with ships that you have built.

The game places you in charge of a newly founded town – you will have to take care of the citizens, command them, build resources and more and then build a fleet with which to discover the world around you. As you can see Maritime Kingdom is clearly a strategy game so it will appeal to people who like the genre. The game also does involve a lot of micromanagement so if this is not your thing do not download this game. But if you like strategies you have come to the right place as you will be doing a lot in it. Discovering the world means you will face hostiles as well so there will be some battles inside the game too. In addition as if this is not enough Maritime Kingdom will treat your eyes with some really nice graphics that deserve attention, so get ready for graphics candy galore.

Apart from this Maritime Kingdom does not bring much else to the table. Like we said it is a strategy game. Even then the app is a good one – it has great graphics, it brings sea exploration to the players and then some action. The combination is a good one and you can see it for yourself if you download this game. One more thing – Maritime Kingdom is a large game at 98 MB so make sure to have some free space and then a stable Internet connection.

Maritime Kingdom is here on Google Play and as usual the game is free.

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