Seven Kingdoms (Windows)

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Seven Kingdoms is a 2D strategy game designed by Trevor Chan, the author of Capitalism. Players choose to play as one of seven human civilizations, each with different stats. They command ordinary people from villages, soldiers recruited in forts, as well as ships and war machines that must be researched first.

Military might is not enough to win the game. Players must plan actions a few steps ahead, trade with other races, build up industry and new villages, and establish diplomatic contacts (spies are included). Cities can be taken over peacefully, for example by making donations to residents. There are two main resources - food and gold. The player has a rate of popularity among his subjects. The game has some unplayable, non-human races - Frythans. They are stronger than men, but have fewer types of units. The lairs in which they reside can be destroyed.


Seven Kingdoms Windows Attack! Kill all rebels
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Seven Kingdoms Windows Intro movie

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Alternate Titles

  • "δΈƒηŽ‹ε›½" -- Chinese title (simplified)
  • "Ambition" -- Working title

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Real-time Wars against Frythans begin! 666gonzo666 (56272) 3.6 Stars3.6 Stars3.6 Stars3.6 Stars3.6 Stars

Critic Reviews

Power Play Nov, 1997 93 out of 100 93 1997 85 out of 100 85
PC Jeux Dec, 1997 84 out of 100 84
Gamezilla 1998 81 out of 100 81
Computer Gaming World (CGW) Mar, 1998 4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars 80
PC Player (Germany) Nov, 1997 4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars 80
Gameplay (Benelux) Feb, 1998 71 out of 100 71
Score Jan, 1998 7 out of 10 70
Génération 4 Jan, 1998 4 out of 6 67
Game Revolution Apr, 2003 C 50


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  • Power Play
    • Issue 02/1998 – Best Real-Time Strategy Game in 1997

Related Web Sites

  • Seven Kingdoms (Interactive Magic's official website of the game from 1997, preserved by the Wayback Machine)
  • Seven Kingdoms Index Page (Enlight Software's official website of the game from 1997, preserved by the Wayback Machine)
Aleosha Soshin (94) added Seven Kingdoms (Windows) on May 30, 2004