Northland Crack/Patch

Northland The story begins where the plot of "Cultures 2 - The Gates of Asgard" ended. After perilous adventures our four heroes defeated the Midgard serpent and thus saved the world. A great celebration began and everyone was happy and content. But everything has to come to an end sometime, and time to say farewell came faster than our friends wanted.

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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 64 / 100
User rating
7.9
Downloads 947
Genre Strategy, Real-Time, Fantasy, General
Players 1-6
Company / Developer
GMX Media / Funatics Development GmbH, Funatics Software, Funatics

Northland reviews ( 4 )

Harvey"Danger"M, Jan 12, 2010

More games like this should be made. It is an old game, the graphics look a little silly now and some of the interface is confusing/nonfunctional (eg can't turn the game's sound off). Look past this, though, and you have a totally unique game that never got the (in my opinion, massive and unrelenting) recognition it deserved. The game is a sort of cross between the sims and age of empires; each person in the town you control has a name, a residence, a profession that they must work at to improve, and can grow up to have a husband/wife and have children. They need things like food, so you have to build networks of farms, mills, and bakeries throughout your expanding community while training ever more farmers, millers, and bakers to work at them. Improve their efficiency by gathering stone and building roads, using leather generated from cattle farms to give them shoes, or have the local potter open his supply of crockery to the public. This is not micromanagement, this is fun. With an ever expanding base of operations you will eventually be able to reach higher-tech production levels. Ships, breweries, alchemists, and, eventually, massive, raging troops of vikings set free to burn and pillage the towns of your enemies. Or just towns that happen to be close by. Not for the unimaginative.

JaeP, Jan 5, 2009

I fell in love with Cultures and have loved each and ever one of the Cultures series. Yes, it takes time to get through each mission. But, isn't that what gaming is all about. It's a chance to escape from this world of reality. My family knows, when they see the little Vikings on the screen, to leave me alone because I'm on my time. This game, as well as the other Cultures games, help me survive the real world. You have to get knocked down to really know what is important. Living on the streets for awhile gives you a real clue. Now I stop and smell the roses. I play Cultures so I won't have another nervous breakdown. CULTURES is GREAT! It helps me keep my sanity. Try it, you'll like it.

ClockCrazy, Mar 14, 2005

Don't know what all these are whining, this game is GREAT! If you're in a hurry, don't play, but if you have patience, and like RTS, and don't care about strange things, then TRY IT!!!

PedroM., Jan 12, 2004

The Games Domain review tell better what the game is about.. it's hard to control the civilians, the game is slow and it becomes boring after an hour or two of gameplay.. long live settlers 2.