feudalistic Dynasties

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Feudalistic Dynasties is a turn-based strategy game placed in the time of feudality in the early middle ages. As a king of a fictitious European dynasty you have to build and manage your kingdom.

  • feudality! Experienced officers could be set as a vasall in a settlement. The settlement is bounded stronger to your kingdom and you will profit from some bonuses. If an officer like your king or a vasall is within a settlement he can recruite inhabitants. Attention: recruited inhabitants will be missing in this settlement!
  • humanized inhabitants! The inhabitants born, age and die. They live organized in families within settlements. The basic family type are the free peasants, who produce food. If you recruite peasants the food production of the settlement will suffer correspondingly. Building vehicels, equipment, mining ore, winning stone and wood is done by craftsmen. Traders organize the transport of goods between the settlements. In the end nobles are the only one who could become officers. Therefore only nobles could become vasalls. The population growths depending on the current population and available food.
  • unit system: Peasants could choose a career as a bowman or speerman. Nobles start their officer career as a knave. A career consists of 3 to 4 steps. A unit can advance if it gained enough experience. As it was told before: Only officers could recruite units. However units could be discarded and go home. Besides officers contain the recruited units. Other units than officers cannot be moved alone on the map.
  • fight map: Fights are done within an extra map. There each single unit could be moved. Units with a ranged attack like bowmen have a range of more than one field.


Feudalistic Dynasties is published under the GNU General Public License (GPL). As of this feudalistic Dynasties is free software. You can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GPL version 2 (or at your option any later version) as published by the Free Software Foundation.

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