Victus is a humorous look at Strategy and MMO games, but whether it’s turn-based or real time is hard to tell. the graphics and what little gameplay i gleaned from the video show promise but it’s hard to tell just how well it plays on a platform that’s not really designed for gaming. that said, it looks an awful lot like a prettied-up version of travian and the developers confirmed in the comments that it is indeed in the same vein. so, if you’re familiar with the one you should know what to expect from the other.
maybe you’ll find the answers in Victus; order the likes of ramses, julius caesar, and leonidas around, and remember; don’t be offended by their language. all of them will swear, complain, and tell you they are better, but will occasionally offer a good advice. use it to create the ultimate empire and prove your worth, and lead the greeks, the romans, or the egyptians to world spanning, silly glory!
rewrite history – send the romans to attack thermopylae, let the greeks attack the pharaohs, or even lead the egyptians to sack rome. you choose how history unwinds!
three fun factions – rule with an iron fist as the romans, spread democracy as the greeks, or leave cats and cults in your wage as the egyptians!
immersive combat – terrain affects movement and unit effectiveness just as it does in real life; you must not only know which units to deploy, but where and when!
wonderful graphics – powerful and fun graphics deepen the immersion! experience the ancient world like never before!
cross platform play – for computer browser, ios and android, you can play anytime, anywhere, on your favorite device!