Par les cornes de votre casque, voici une aventure viking inoubliable ! Rejoignez deux frères dans leur traversée d'un royaume marqué par les combats, pour chasser les barbares, rétablir leur pays, et chercher des objets magiques qui donneront un souffle nouveau à leur royaume jadis magnifique !
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Date de parution : 23 avr 2014

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Par les cornes de votre casque, voici une aventure viking que vous n'oublierez jamais ! Rejoignez deux frères dans leur traversée d'un royaume marqué par les combats, pour chasser les barbares, rétablir leur pays, et chercher des objets magiques qui donneront un souffle nouveau à leur royaume jadis magnifique. Interagissez avec des personnages captivants à mesure que vous accomplissez des tâches et récoltez les plus hautes récompenses. Amassez des ressources aussi vite que possible, puis dégagez les routes et les rivières, rebâtissez les ponts et les villes, repoussez vos ennemis, et gagnez des trophées en or, en argent et en bronze pour vos efforts. Explorez la glorieuse Asgard, explorez des grottes naines, et crapahutez à travers les marais, tout en libérant des druides, des fées et vos compagnons de combat alors que vous guidez les frères dans leur quête. Au travers de 50 niveaux d'amusement de gestion du temps animée, vous découvrirez les habitudes héroïques des Vikings et connaîtrez une histoire épique d'amour, de bravoure et de légende ! Défendrez-vous la cause viking et rétablirez-vous leur pays ?

  • 50 niveaux
  • Quatre décors
  • 14 personnages
  • Cinématiques en mode bande dessinée
  • Didacticiel en cours de jeu

Configuration requise

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows® XP, Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8
    • Processeur : Pentium processor (or equivalent AMD® processor) 2.0 GHz or faster
    • Mémoire vive : 512 MB de mémoire
    • Graphiques : DirectX® compatible video card
    • Espace disque : 600 MB d'espace disque disponible
    • Carte son : DirectX® compatible sound card
    Minimum:
    • Système d'exploitation : Mac® OS X 10.6.8 - 10.9
    • Processeur : Intel® Core™ 2.0 GHz or better processor
    • Mémoire vive : 512 MB de mémoire
    • Espace disque : 129 MB d'espace disque disponible
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1 personne(s) sur 5 (20%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1.4 heures en tout
Posté le : 24 avril 2014
super jeux 10x10
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15 personne(s) sur 17 (88%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
2.1 heures en tout
Posté le : 6 juillet 2014
Rating; 7/10

Pros:
- Fun, simple, and straightforward
- Family friendly
- Good storyline
- No micro-transactions
- Later puzzles can be challenging
- Enjoyable music

Cons:
- Soundtrack is relatively repetitive
- Little replayability after you finish all the puzzles
- Can be too 'simple' for the veteran, hardcore gamer

Overall: Perfect for the casual gamer who enjoys a puzzle or two after work. Simple, fun, and easy to play. Would be way better with Workshop.

Review:

This is a fun game if you are looking for a fun, puzzle-solving strategy game that appeals to all ages. The gameplay mechanics are simple to understand and easy to grasp, and I believe can be a great game for the family (relatively non-violent, fun, simple).

The purpose of the game is that in each level you are designated to help the Viking Brothers proceed on their mission by solving obstacles by gathering certain amounts of resources. The faster you do this, the better the 'rating' you get at the end of the level. The further you go, the more challenging the puzzles get. The story is fun, quirky and a bit funny at times. The character art in my opinion also is simple, cartoon but amicable. Because of the game's simpicity, it is an easy game to pick up and start playing.

Overall I would give it a 7/10. It is a perfect, family-friendly puzzle adventure game that is great for the casual gamer, or to plug into a HDMI port in your TV and give it to guests or family for entertainment. It's also fun for the casual gamer who doesn't have too much time to spend playing games, but likes to play a little puzzle after work.

The downside is this game costs $10 (isn't too bad but really should cost $5-7 - try to get it on sale), and can be too simple for the hardcore gamer because it is not extremely challenging or detailed. The game also does not have Steam Workshop, so after you finish the puzzles there isn't much incentive to go back and try them again (except for getting a better rating, or reliving the storyline). This can mean your purchase has a certain life to it depending on how long it takes you to finish the game (but they could always add Workshop additions to the game, if they wanted to).

If they added the option for Steam Workshop to work with this game, $10 would be worth the pricetag. This game has alot of potential for Steam Workshop, mainly because people could create custom puzzles for the Steam community to have fun on, and create their own stories for the Viking Brothers to go on. If this happens, my score to the game would be 8/10, because it would have potentially unlimited replayability.

But as is, overall its a fun addition to Steam if you're looking for a fun puzzle-adventure game that is easy to understand and play; but don't expect something that will last you forever.
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13 personne(s) sur 14 (93%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
8.1 heures en tout
Posté le : 22 avril 2015
First impression after 21/50 levels: the game is well done. Each level takes about 10 minutes to do once, more attempts if you want to beat the clock challenge, which is reasonably difficult.

You start each level off with a single worker who can collect resources that are lying around and don't regrow, and who can build resource producers: farms for food, mines for stone, sawmills for lumber, barracks for fighters, and upgrade his own house for more workers. Since building costs resources, the order in which you collect and build your stuff matters if you want to be quick.

Do you want to be quick? If you are, you'll get "gold" on the level, and it is marked completed on the map, but you don't need that to progress. Most of the time, I'm getting silver on my first attempt; getting gold requires a second or third attempt with some thought about strategy and a learning process. But do I want to? Initially, I did. But there's no reward other than the satisfaction of having met the challenge (no Steam achievements, either). And you know, doing build strategy against the clock sucks for me -- one reason I'm not into RTS much is that I want time to think, to puzzle out a good strategy, but to do that I'd need to pause the game and review the data and issue my orders, but the game doesn't have a "tactical pause" like that. I do tolerably well without that, but I don't really feel in control enough for it to feel fun, and I'm not invested enough to go all out analytical and make charts of the resources required for each upgrade and so forth. So I stopped going for gold after level 7.

If you feel you'd enjoy doing real-time build strategy without the fighting, this game will provide a wide variety of reasonably difficult challenges for you, and you're likely to get a lot of joy out of it: for you, to complete the game "all gold" might be rated at 15 hours or more, unless you're a bit better at strategy than I am. (And you could still try to beat your times.)

If you just like to see small toons scurry about the screen at your beck and call whilst progressing through 50 very varied challenges (the map design has really been nice so far), or would like to have a game to come back to that you can play in 10-minute-installments, you can expect about 8 hours.

My playtime so far amounts to an estimated 4 hours, which is fine for the 1.50€ it cost me. If you see it on sale or in a bundle, you could do worse than to give it a try. Recommended.

The game is DRM-free and runs without Steam.
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24 personne(s) sur 38 (63%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
11.4 heures en tout
Posté le : 29 avril 2014
This game was incredible boring without any challenge or pressure at all - even toddlers would get bored. It feels like playing a point and click game without use of brain. There is a timer in the game, however the timer never get anywhere near running out. The music is awful, the sfx ok, the gfx fine, encountered a few bugs. All in all, not worth money.
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14 personne(s) sur 20 (70%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
0.1 heures en tout
Posté le : 26 mai 2015
Viking Brothers is yet another casual strategy game, you've probably seen dozens of times on either Steam or Facebook. The only difference compared to the games on Facebook is that this game does not come with micro-payments or waiting times.

Viking Brothers looks cute and is very easy to understand and to play, which makes it a great game for young children. I've only played this game because it would crash right after the tutorial mission but I doubt I would play much more than that.

So, yes this game could be fun for your kids.... that is, if you're willing to pay the expensive price of 10 bucks, which is way to much for a game like this.
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