My Kingdom for the Princess III: iPad Written App Review
Hear ye, hear ye… there’s a new addition to the My Kingdom for the Princess line, and it is definitely worth checking out. This new title from Nevosoft is My Kingdom for the Princess III, and it picks up 25 years after the most recent title, and follows the efforts of Helen and Arthur’s three sons as they vie for the hand of fair Princess Elizabeth. If you’re on the prowl for a game that’s a bit romantic, and a lot of strategic, resource management fun, you won’t want to miss our app review of the My Kingdom for the Princess III app for iPad.
In My Kingdom for the Princess III your job is to manage workers and resources as you navigate 60 unique new levels. You’ll demolish fallen trees, build helpful structures, slay wild animals, and forge ahead. Not only are there progressively difficult levels where you’ll need to be on your toes, there are also 12 mini game levels tucked into the game for a bit of added fun.
My Kingdom for the Princess III isn’t the kind of game you can play for two minutes and put down. It does require a bit of time and attention. Some of the harder levels could even take up to 10 minutes, just depending on how effectively you manage resources, boosts and workers.
That being said, I really like the pace and feel of this game, and think it’s a lot of fun. Players are eased in to the game at a great pace, and the high score keeping and unlockable achievements are a lot of fun.
Layout & Design:
Navigating and playing My Kingdom for the Princess III is quite easy. As I mentioned earlier, this game sets you up for success. No complaints there. I did find myself wishing for a menu option to review your goals during a level. The intro scenes are quite darling, despite their simplistic feel. And the game peppy soundtrack and effects are non-offensive and rather pleasant.
In other words, there’s nothing outstandingly bad about this game’s graphics. But, unfortunately, there isn’t anything groundbreaking or riveting either. I can’t complain. I found the game thoroughly enjoyable through and through.
With the high score features, achievements and hours of gameplay fun, I think the My Kingdom for the Princess III app for iPad is a solid value at $4.99. It does build nicely on the earlier titles, without introducing too many unnecessary game elements. This game is a solid experience. If you like long form gaming with strategy to spare, you’ll love My Kingdom for the Princess III.
My Kingdom for the Princess III iPhone app requires iOS 3.2 or later and is compatible with iPad. A small expedite fee was paid by the developer to speed up the publication of this review.
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