Be a Creative Architect in this Time Management Game, Royal Envoy 2

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What is this game about?

The story keeps things simple and to the point. As you embark on this journey, you'll find yourself in a little kingdom facing great challenges. The previous royal architect of the north most lands is a mess, and left the land in disarray. You are tasked to rebuild the poor job he did, and bring actual homes to the people that inhabit that land.

The game has an isometric view, letting you get a good look at your surroundings. The art style is 2d and colorful, and with a lot of detail. When issuing a building, you can see the different stages of construction as your villagers add planks and stone.

When said building is abandoned (because of lack of resources) it has its own art, where it has darkened and filled with ruin. The Royal Envoy games are a series that blends strategy and adventure games in a package well served for both casual players and veterans alike.

On each stage, you will have to manage resource generation, city building and moving your builders around to complete the different quests that allow you to move forward.

While that might sound like a lot for someone inexperienced in these games, there’s nothing to worry about. The game comes with really detailed and spread out tutorialization, letting you get to grasp the different activities before introducing a new one.

And as a plus, if you just want to enjoy the story and solve the little puzzles without needing to worry about your base, there is a "Relaxed" mode you can pick in the options menu, where the game basically manages your base for you.

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If you’ve played time management games before, there’s plenty of challenges to be found. First off, there are harder difficulties, which just makes the whole game more challenging. But as you play, there are achievements to earn if you search every nook and cranny for secret treasures and letters. There are even levels to gain and other secrets to uncover, so if you are a completionist this game can last you quite a while.

You should know that, even with all these strategy game features akin to strategy games, there are no real opposing factions. You don’t build units to fight other soldiers, you just build and maintain a base. In that sense this is more of a puzzle game, where you have to figure out what to build and when to build it, so you can have the resources to advance to the next stage similar to puzzle-based logic found in many Windows 7 games.

That’s not to say that there aren’t any dangers; creatures can climb out of holes to attack your base, and you have to quickly click on them to fend them off. Your units can also be harmed, specifically by traps, and you need a special building to heal him up. So there are dangers, just more on the puzzle- solving kind.

Being a sequel, this game comes with some improvements over its predecessors. Firstly, of course, is the updated graphics. They might still be two dimensional but they look prettier than before.

But more important than that are gameplay features to ease and improve play, like the ability to destroy buildings that no longer have a use (for example a wood cutting building where all the trees have already been taken down).

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Royal Envoy 2 is not only an improvement on the previous installments, it is also a great game in its own right. Whether you are looking for a relaxed puzzler or a fast paced strategy game, this game can fit either role with ease.

If you enjoy these free games, you will love this list of our 10 Best Time Management Story Games!

Published 04 September 2023

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