Kingdom Tales

The prophecy has been fulfilled! The day has come when mighty dragons seek new territory to claim as their own! Now, only the most courageous and just of leaders will be able forge a friendship between mankind and dragons. Step into the role of the steadfast and altruistic leader whose quest is to ensure the safety and prosperity of all people and creatures in the kingdom! In Kingdom Tales you will explore the land, gather, produce and trade resources, build and repair subjects' homes and community structures, and work to increase your subjects' level of happiness! Along your journey, you will meet druids, forest fairies, trolls, dragons and other exciting creatures while racing against the clock to complete tasks in this gorgeous and fun time management and strategy game!

Winning each level was pretty easy once you get the "strategy" behind the game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jotretam from Good game This is a fun game and somewhat challenging. This is one of the best I've seen in a very, very long time. Happy Gaming! Though the storyline is quite different from Fate of the Pharaoh, the game play, on the other hand, is somewhat similar. It makes you realize that you are special in the Kings eyes. I also loved that the scenery was bright and sunny throughout. It is fictional but thats alright. So as not to spoil it for anyone, I'm going to be vague here: There are things for you to seek. It doesn't get much better than this. Many TM games have characters, who are constantly talking when they finish a task, but these don't. From the creators of Fate of the Pharaoh, another TM game that plays exactly the same; building, generate resources to build, and gather happiness. Though I must admit Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tuakka from Really Great Game!


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Kingdom Tales is Taels but thats alright. The lessons are poignant, true, and beautiful. Loved it. Please, Bigfish, give us more time management games like this! The characters glow with life as I see them live out the Dragon Keeper I've always known. Happy RugTales Collectors Edition Kept looking forward to the next level, The ending was not disappointing, except for the fact that I reached it. I also loved that the scenery was bright and Ocean Mahjong throughout. Sometimes you just don't want to race against the clock and stress out over a Kingdok. I Sparkle Unleashed the friendly monsters and dragons rather than demons I have to fight and click a million times in Kinfdom games like this Hidden World comes to mind. The previous Kingdom Tales was based on pyramids and a Pharaoh, while this game is based on dragons and a King. Cute story line, cute graphics, level of challenge is just right for me. If you just want to enjoy the ambiance and the gameplay with no time limit, you can do that too.

Happy Gaming! Will capture any audience. A very fun addictive game. The characters glow with life as I see them live out the truths I've always known. I really really enjoyed this game and wish it had been longer. From the creators of Fate of the Pharaoh, another TM game that plays exactly the same; building, generate resources to build, and gather happiness. Instead you get an appropriate sound when a goal is completed. However, they didn't take away from the overall game particularly, as once into the game, things were familiar, anyway. There are folks who'll help you and folks lots of them who will try to prevent you from achieving your goals. The previous game was based on pyramids and a Pharaoh, while this game is based on dragons and a King. I find myself comming back time after time to explore one new level. Please, Bigfish, give us more time management games like this! It brings tears to my friends eyes who see that their lives involve in this book. I love time management games.

Though I must admit I really really enjoyed this game and wish it had been longer. Loved this game! However, they didn't take away from the overall game particularly, as once into the game, things were familiar, anyway. Winning each level was pretty easy once you get the "strategy" behind the game. Instead you get an appropriate sound when a Fantasy Quest Solitaire is completed. I find myself comming back time after time Sparkle Unleashed explore one new level. There's an option for Relaxed Mode which is untimed, or Adventure Mode which is timed. Cute story line, cute graphics, level of challenge is just right for me. But after breaking away Kingdom Tales this I danced before the Lord.


Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by 1fireangel from Excellent! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jotretam from Good game This is a fun game and somewhat challenging. If you enjoyed Fate of the Pharaohs, this game might be for you too. While the game plays exactly like its predecessor, Fate of the Pharaoh, this is still going to be a buy for me. You can replay levels to improve your score. While I have appreciated the stories contained in this family book more each time I have perused them, this read slower, because of reading it aloud has shown me a whole new depth to the book. The graphics are beautiful and the gameplay itself is fantastic. I love the pictures along the sides are frames made of the story articles. There's an option for Relaxed Mode which is untimed, or Adventure Mode which is timed. I loved the friendly monsters and dragons rather than demons I have to fight and click a million times in other games like this Hidden World comes to mind. Loved it. We are greatly looking forward to the next one, though we scarcely dare hope it can be so good. No gloomy darkness, no ice ages, just bright sparkly fun.

I played the game in HD without any problems and the graphics were really good. For me anyway I prefer to be able to relax and enjoy my games. The lessons are poignant, true, and beautiful. However, they didn't take away from the overall game particularly, as once into the game, things were familiar, anyway. Where is Kingdom Tales 2?!! I find myself comming back time after time to explore one new level. I love the pictures along the sides are frames made of the story This book hits home. Instead you get an appropriate sound when a goal is completed. The characters glow with life as I see them live out the truths I've always known. There's an option for Relaxed Mode which is untimed, or Adventure Mode which is timed. I really really enjoyed this game and wish it had been longer. While the game plays exactly like its predecessor, Fate of the Pharaoh, this is still going to be a buy for me. Please, Bigfish, give us more time management games like this!

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14 thoughts on “Kingdom Tales

  1. Many TM games have characters, who are constantly talking when they finish a task, but these don't. Cute story line, cute graphics, level of challenge is just right for me. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by judieau from A real fun game!

  2. It has everything I like in a TM game. Though the storyline is quite different from Fate of the Pharaoh, the game play, on the other hand, is somewhat similar. I purchased this game a few minutes after starting the demo when I saw that there were two mode choices- "Timed" and "Relaxed". An enjoyable, fun storyline and one game I would readily go back to and play again! This hit home to me because I used to be as good as the people in the excersize movies.

  3. The previous game was based on pyramids and a Pharaoh, while this game is based on dragons and a King. It is fictional but thats alright. Cute story line, cute graphics, level of challenge is just right for me.

  4. I thought the graphics were great, although perhaps a tad small for those with eyesight difficulties. I bought it as soon as my trial hour was up. So as not to spoil it for anyone, I'm going to be vague here: There are things for you to seek. Ah, if only I had the mastery of words this story does, then I could say how much and why I love it!

  5. Loved it. This game was developed by Cateia Games and is a spin off of their game "Fate of the Pharaoh". Loved this game!

  6. From the creators of Fate of the Pharaoh, another TM game that plays exactly the same; building, generate resources to build, and gather happiness. Ah, if only I had the mastery of words this story does, then I could say how much and why I love it! I love the pictures along the sides are frames made of the story articles.

  7. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jotretam from Good game This is a fun game and somewhat challenging. For me anyway I prefer to be able to relax and enjoy my games. The lessons are poignant, true, and beautiful. It is fictional but thats alright.

  8. Though I must admit Happy Gaming! No gloomy darkness, no ice ages, just bright sparkly fun.

  9. From the creators of Fate of the Pharaoh, another TM game that plays exactly the same; building, generate resources to build, and gather happiness. It makes you realize that you are special in the Kings eyes. I thought the graphics were great, although perhaps a tad small for those with eyesight difficulties.

  10. I also loved that the scenery was bright and sunny throughout. I love the pictures along the sides are frames made of the story This book hits home. The characters glow with life as I see them live out the truths I've always known.

  11. Date published: I truly enjoyed playing this game and absolutely recommend it to those gamers who are a fan of strategic Time Management games! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by 1fireangel from Excellent! Though not strict allegory, the stories in here reflect our lives as I just finish my sixth or seventh read of this book most of them having been five or more years ago , this time having read it with my 6-yr-old brother, and we both felt sad while reading the last chapter because we were almost done.

  12. The graphics are really good and the characters are really cute. There are folks who'll help you and folks lots of them who will try to prevent you from achieving your goals. The previous game was based on pyramids and a Pharaoh, while this game is based on dragons and a King.

  13. If you enjoyed Fate of the Pharaohs, this game might be for you too. Background music is one of the first things I usually turn off but the music to this game was actually nice and soothing. The characters glow with life as I see them live out the truths I've always known.

  14. It doesn't get much better than this. Though the storyline is quite different from Fate of the Pharaoh, the game play, on the other hand, is somewhat similar. Date published: Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by judieau from A real fun game! It has everything I like in a TM game.

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