Royal Envoy: Campaign for the Crown Collectors Edition

Breaking news! The monarchy is at risk! Someone wearing a black cloak broke into the royal palace. The stranger was fearful and grim, and challenged the King's right to the throne. He accused the King of being unable to manage the kingdom, and demanded to be elected King himself! Help the King win the elections and defend the truth and justice in the kingdom. This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:

I play over and over without tiring of them. The logic with which they have been put together makes each level a challenge, but flows beautifully. Some of the levels are simple and some are quite complex to get the three stars requiring a lot of thought and perfect timing to complete. The fun factor is all the way at the top, I enjoy the variety of tasks to be completed in the different levels and the bonus challenges add more depth to the game and give you something to do after you have mastered both the casual and expert modes. One thing that I really appreciate about them is the value. And lastly, two or three of the levels are simply boring. This game includes some strategy, but not so much that there are levels that are impossible. Rated 5 out of 5 by chicklets50 from Loved, Loved, Loved It!! Date published: As usual the graphics are top-notch and the cut scenes cleverly tell the story of how the King goes from hero to zero very quickly! The devs clearly consider these scenes to be a hint; I didn't think so. For some reason the developers chose to reduce the types of homes you can build to just cabins, cottages or chalets. But you'd have to wonder why the voters would even think of choosing a challenger named Swindler in the first place!

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The bonus levels are great fun and some are quite tricky, especially as there is no help for these at all. You really have to think and plan or you will not be able Collecgors complete the level. Far too few Campagin these games around to pass on this one. Rated 5 out of 5 by chicklets50 from Loved, Loved, Loved It!! The franchise did not let me down in this most recent installment. Thank you for another great game! The logic with which they have been put together makes each level a challenge, but flows beautifully. Why the devs even put The Enchanting Islands level in is beyond me; surely there must have been a more inventive way to introduce the pirates than that. But you'd have to wonder why the voters would even think of choosing a challenger named Swindler in the first place! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by photomck from challenging while still doable There are few time Mad Mouse games that require more than just fast clicking. As usual the graphics are top-notch and the cut scenes cleverly tell the story of how the King goes from hero to zero very quickly! Date published: However, I don't play these games for the storyline, but for the level of challenge and fun in the different levels.

The visuals are colorful, clear, and crisp, very good compared to most time management games. However, I don't play these games for the storyline, but for the level of challenge and fun in the different levels. With over one hundred levels to play it is definitely worth the money if you like these kinds of games. This game includes some strategy, but not so much that there are levels that are impossible. The logic with which they have been put together makes each level a challenge, but flows beautifully. Rated 5 out of 5 by chicklets50 from Loved, Loved, Loved It!! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by eltan from Good value! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by missann68 from Just hoping there will be more! There were so many levels over that I didn't mind paying the price for the CE. Definitely worth the money Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by JennyerSuper from Excellent I have to start by saying I am a little biased towards the Royal Envoy series, the first Royal Envoy was my first time management game and I have been hooked ever since. No villas or mansions, neither can you upgrade any home more than once so gold is collected more slowly. At gold a cottage this takes ages and there is nothing else to do. I think the level of challenge is perfect, especially in expert mode, there are quite a few levels that require more than one try and you have to balance your actions exactly right in order to get three stars. The graphics are superb, and the game itself is challenging and fun to play.

Royal Envoy are my favourite TM games! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by missann68 from Just hoping there will be more! I come back to it time and again, because there is nothing else like it. The bonus levels are great fun and some are quite tricky, especially as there is no help for these at all. I've tried other TM games, but mostly I find them boring, Royal Envoy: Campaign for the Crown Collectors Edition items and pictures too small or simply too flat. If you manage 3 stars you get lots of extra games and playtime. The fun factor is all the way at the top, I enjoy the variety of tasks to be completed in the different levels and the bonus Mystery Case Files: 13th Skull add more depth to the game and give you something to do after you have mastered A Fairy Tale the casual and expert modes. Rated 5 out of 5 by chicklets50 from Loved, Loved, Loved It!! You really have to think and plan or you will not be able to complete the level. I think the level of challenge is perfect, especially in expert mode, there are quite a few levels that BumbleBee Jewel more than one try and you have to balance your actions exactly right in order to get three stars. The logic with which they have been put together makes each level a challenge, but flows beautifully. Great addition to my collection.


I have played it through several times, just trying different strategies and enjoying it again. Thank you for another great game! I really enjoy the Royal Envoy series. Royal Envoy are my favourite TM games! I cannot stress enough how much I highly recommend this game. You really have to think and plan or you will not be able to complete the level. As usual the graphics are top-notch and the cut scenes cleverly tell the story of how the King goes from hero to zero very quickly! The storyline is just so-so, it is pretty basic, your mission is to restore towns and to add the different islands to the Royal Envoy Kingdom. In the main game there is a? This one is different. This propelled me to go back and replay the old levels to achieve more stars or other goals. I have played the entire Royal Envoy series at least twice and probably will play them many more times. I've been playing this for weeks now and still feel like there's more to do. I am a big fan of the Royal Envoy games and this one I loved the most. This one is just like the others.

In the main game there is a? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Atums from Best of all Time Management I am pretty picky about the time management games that I play. The logic with which they have been put together makes each level a challenge, but flows beautifully. This game includes some strategy, but not so much that there are levels that are impossible. This propelled me to go back and replay the old levels to achieve more stars or other goals. Another thing I didn't like was if you turn off the hints, some levels will not take you back to the map once completed. There are no power-ups like speed or double revenue to help. Some of the levels are simple and some are quite complex to get the three stars requiring a lot of thought and perfect timing to complete. Date published: For some reason the developers chose to reduce the types of homes you can build to just cabins, cottages or chalets. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by eltan from Good value! I just had a surgery done and so am needing to do nothing and relax. I've tried other TM games, but mostly I find them boring, the items and pictures too small or simply too flat. As usual the graphics are top-notch and the cut scenes cleverly tell the story of how the King goes from hero to zero very quickly!

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  1. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by eltan from Good value! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Poltallach from Fabulous games! Ann Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pennycake from More of it, please!!!

  2. This propelled me to go back and replay the old levels to achieve more stars or other goals. I have played it through several times, just trying different strategies and enjoying it again. Definitely worth the money Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by JennyerSuper from Excellent I have to start by saying I am a little biased towards the Royal Envoy series, the first Royal Envoy was my first time management game and I have been hooked ever since.

  3. I've been playing this for weeks now and still feel like there's more to do. The map changes colour as you complete various tasks and restore the voters faith in the King. Great addition to my collection. I've tried other TM games, but mostly I find them boring, the items and pictures too small or simply too flat. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Deepsy from The best game ever I very rarely write reviews, but I love this game sooo much and it deserves to get praise.

  4. You really have to think and plan or you will not be able to complete the level. This propelled me to go back and replay the old levels to achieve more stars or other goals. I have played the entire Royal Envoy series at least twice and probably will play them many more times. Then I tried it with the hints turned on and there are some cut scenes that don't appear when the hints are turned off.

  5. They have to be attractive, rely on strategy, and have some whimsy and fun. Royal Envoy are my favourite TM games! I love that series! Far too few of these games around to pass on this one. I have played it through several times, just trying different strategies and enjoying it again.

  6. Great addition to my collection. Will happily buy the next in the series. I've been playing this for weeks now and still feel like there's more to do.

  7. Great addition to my collection. Some of the levels are simple and some are quite complex to get the three stars requiring a lot of thought and perfect timing to complete. Then I tried it with the hints turned on and there are some cut scenes that don't appear when the hints are turned off. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Deepsy from The best game ever I very rarely write reviews, but I love this game sooo much and it deserves to get praise.

  8. In the main game there is a? Date published: Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Deepsy from The best game ever I very rarely write reviews, but I love this game sooo much and it deserves to get praise. I think the level of challenge is perfect, especially in expert mode, there are quite a few levels that require more than one try and you have to balance your actions exactly right in order to get three stars. And lastly, two or three of the levels are simply boring.

  9. The map changes colour as you complete various tasks and restore the voters faith in the King. Some of the levels are simple and some are quite complex to get the three stars requiring a lot of thought and perfect timing to complete. Why the devs even put this level in is beyond me; surely there must have been a more inventive way to introduce the pirates than that.

  10. And lastly, two or three of the levels are simply boring. The graphics are superb, and the game itself is challenging and fun to play. Rated 5 out of 5 by chicklets50 from Loved, Loved, Loved It!! I adore the graphics the crabs that wave at you!

  11. Definitely worth the money Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by JennyerSuper from Excellent I have to start by saying I am a little biased towards the Royal Envoy series, the first Royal Envoy was my first time management game and I have been hooked ever since. Another thing I didn't like was if you turn off the hints, some levels will not take you back to the map once completed. There are no power-ups like speed or double revenue to help. Our task is to restore him to hero and win the election against his challenger, aided by Cedric and other well known characters. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Atums from Best of all Time Management I am pretty picky about the time management games that I play.

  12. I've tried other TM games, but mostly I find them boring, the items and pictures too small or simply too flat. Some of the levels are simple and some are quite complex to get the three stars requiring a lot of thought and perfect timing to complete. The tasks are familiar; building houses, picking food, chopping wood. And you now have to get 25 stars to free up the next 10 levels; previously it was They just stay on screen and you have to exit back to the map manually.

  13. And you now have to get 25 stars to free up the next 10 levels; previously it was At gold a cottage this takes ages and there is nothing else to do. I adore the graphics the crabs that wave at you!

  14. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Poltallach from Fabulous games! I really enjoy the Royal Envoy series. I also like that as the levels progress they are a mix between easy and hard, so that I never got frustrated. If you manage 3 stars you get lots of extra games and playtime. No villas or mansions, neither can you upgrade any home more than once so gold is collected more slowly.

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