Tentlan is a browser-based, 2D real-time strategy game set in the era of the ancient Mayans. Players begin by building a sun temple, which is the central building of their city. Around this, the player will want to create structures dedicated to gathering the resources that the game runs on; limestone, obsidian, cacao, and corn.
Players can also construct an Observatory, where the Mayans will draw inspiration from the gods and the stars in order to advance technology, giving them an edge over their adversaries, whether they be other players or barbarians in the surrounding lands. A city’s can also join a Tribe (like a guild) to trade resources and fight enemies together.
In the heart of the rainforest, a stunning view opens up to a white limestone city - your city in Tentlan. Travel back to mysterious cultures, become a mighty emperor, and experience the Mayan civilization in your own skin! Tentlan is a strategy real-time online game played in the times of the pre-Columbian Americas. Starting off with a small settlement in the heart of the rainforest, the players continuously increase their power and influence until they end up developing great empires.
- Individual, cooperative, or competitive gameplay
- Multiple types of research, mysterious rituals, and powerful units
- Control the seasons
- PvP and PvE
- For strategists
- Free, no subscription, no catch
Minimum System Requirements
online browser game
If you have old hardware or software, you may still be able to play Tentlan,
but your game experience may suffer. For the best gameplay experience,
we recommend the latest versions of Firefox, Chrome.
Equipment & Classes And/Or How To Play:
How do I notice if there is an incoming attack towards my city? Pay attention to the "Activity" icon: should there be an incoming attack or espionage, this icon will turn red. Foreign troop movement towards your city will also be displayed in the activities window:
I see an incoming attack, but I cannot see the troops. What can I do in order to see the troops? To be able to see the troops on the way to your city, you must have a Watchtower that is no more than 2 levels below the espionage level of the attacker. For example, if the espionage level of the attacker is 29, then you must have at least a level 27 Watchtower to be able to see their troops. If you cannot see the troops, keep upgrading the Watchtower.
The Wall: how can it help to defend my city? The Wall is the first obstacle that your opponent's troops must deal with when trying to enter your city. Each Wall level has a certain stamina value; the higher the expansion level of the Wall, the higher this value, which means that the more effort (and strength) the opponent must apply in order to destroy one level. Only by destroying one level of the Wall can they enter into your city. The stamina values per each Wall level are displayed in the same building, you can look them up by clicking on the "Show more info" button :
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