Reigns Crack/Patch

Reigns Sit on the throne as a benevolent (or malevolent) medieval monarch of the modern age and swipe your royal fingers either left or right to impose your will upon the kingdom. Survive the seemingly never-ending gauntlet of requests from your advisors, peasants, allies, and enemies while maintaining balance between the influential factions of your kingdom. But beware; each decision you make might have implications and unfortunate consequences down the road that could put your reign and family’s dynasty at risk!

Download Reigns Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 79 / 100
User rating
7.6
Downloads 869
Genre Simulation, General
Company / Developer
Devolver Digital / Nerial

Reigns reviews ( 6 )

StriderKiwi, Aug 29, 2016

A clever idea that's perfect for smartphones. Reigns has ample thought put into it's complicated yet easy to grasp idea. Being a King has never been more fun and challenging. Perfect to play for short bursts on the go, or long stretches at home. And there's no microtransactions, even on tablets and smartphones!

GameCritic121, Mar 22, 2017

A clever idea that's perfect for smartphones. Reigns has ample thought put into it's complicated yet easy to grasp idea. Being a King has never been more fun and challenging. Perfect to play for short bursts on the go, or long stretches at home. And there's no microtransactions, even on tablets and smartphones!

bastobasto, Apr 15, 2018

Reigns is a good game, but there are some flaws. The lack of cards in general make you alway see the same cards, which frankly become quite boring. I have come to the point where I just spam yes and hope to see a special event. But otherwise, it is a original and funny game that is '' acceptable '' compared to the price. I'd recommend it for a bored person, but not for a person searching serious gameplay.

Kargun, Nov 5, 2016

Es una idea original y entretenida pero no muy rejugable. La primera vez que lo juegas lo disfrutas mucho y sientes que cada decisión es importante y decisiva. Al final se hace corto y repetitivo. Experiencia interesante de un solo uso.

Laer, Mar 14, 2017

Un juego curioso, divertido y simple donde nuestro objetivo será liderar una nación con la corona puesta con dos elecciones a los problemas que nos proponen. Una jugabilidad sencilla, con una historia cuanto menos interesante y una fórmula repetitiva pero con añadidos para darle variedad, hacen de este juego algo atractivo para jugar de vez en cuando o para pasarlo en un rato libre (efectivamente, no es muy largo). Un juego recomendado principalmente por su bajo precio, por ser algo "fresco" y por el toque de humor que tiene en distintos momentos.

iseeall, Jan 21, 2017

A rather pointless and randomness-driven game where you pretend to be a king making decisions, mostly by saying "yes" or "no". The good: - the system is unque, I haven't seen any game simplify what usually is a strategy game to simple yes/no swipes The so-so: - primitive, yet stylish graphics - quite a lot of situations and different decisions which generally don't repeat themselves. Even on your 3rd playthrough you will be seeing new stuff and reading new text The bad: - the outcomes from the decisions feel very random and sometimes don't even make sense (e.g. the military asks for your permission to attack a neighbor island because it's a "menace", yet when you agree the attitude of the military drops) - sometimes the decisions are very unclear, and one leads to your death. E.g. will you go hunting? Yes, why not. But during the hunt you fall from a horse and die. Game over. WTF? This isn't decision making. I'd call this game an "excercise in futility": intelligence generally doesn't help to be good at this game. You could be just a well playing the following game: throw a dice. If it's a "1", game over. Otherwise you proceed to the next turn and get 1 score point. Dull? Well, let's add to that the requirement that you read a medieval-themed paragraph of text before each throw of your dice. Not so dull now. Actually, on mobile this game can be quite appropriate because tired office plankton returing from work on a subway will find it "relaxing" to mindlessly sweep left and right and see what happens. Here I'd suggest an even better mobile game for 1 year olds: you touch the screen, and a random animation plays, e.g. birds fly across the screen. You could keep a toddler's attention for a couple minutes with that. Sadly, you need to be able to read to play "Reigns". They didn't make the game accessible for 1 year olds!