"Era of Majesty" is a RTS (real-time strategy) game with elements of RPG. In ERA, you can manage people in order to build your own city.
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Release Date: Feb 26, 2016

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Why Early Access?

“"Era of Majesty" is a very complex game, and we really want to give you excellent final product. Early Access - is the best way to get feedback from you and develop game in the right direction. Besides it gives us much more flexibility in adding of new content.”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“We want to release final version in a year. During this year, we'll update"Era of Majesty" every month, adding more new features.”

How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version?

“he game will be new content and the possibility of taking into account the wishes of the players, to improve optimization and to increase the territory.
Also, it will be added to more languages.
The game will be ready at the moment will be of a something coherent and complete.”

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“Some game features still need improvement, and we still have planned a variety of additional functions. We always rely on player feedback and provide regular updates in response to your comments.”

Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?

“Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?
Maybe”

How are you planning on involving the Community in your development process?

“To develop high-quality games require feedback from the players, including the collection of bug reports, comments and suggestions.”
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May 23

Cards in steam

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March 20

Alpha v0.0.91_b6

Press Tab to activate the tactic mode.

When the tactic mode is activated, you can order a group of units to attack an enemy.

To choose an aim for the group of units, press Q.

To send selected units on a certain position, press W.

To add units to a group, press E and pick out them.

To expel units from a group, press R and pick out them.

When units are in the group, press left mouse button on any unit’s portrait to choose that unit.

To expel the chosen unit, press right mouse button.

When the tactic mode is activated, the game is paused.

Press Tab to change modes.

Novation:

Tactic mode;

Ability to throw out items from boxes;

Slot for rings;

Descriptions of buildings and equipment to craft;

Hunger bar in Armory;

Fried mushrooms and berries;

Unit’s level limit (30);

Unit’s number limit;

Daily strengthening of units;

Wooden one-handed sword;

Wooden two-handed sword;

Iron ring craft;

Rare weapon;

Hints for bars;

Comprehensive icons for slots;

Hot keys for changing of game’s speed;

Keys for fast navigation in the list of recipes;

Now The Stock increases the capacity of a box from 50 to 250;

Now The House increases the maximum number of units by 3;

Unit’s satiety is decreased during work.

Changes:

Interface was redrawn;

Chance to find stone, clay and iron;

Health bonus from endurance;

Physical attack bonus from power;

Critical attack chance from dexterity;

The amount of required resources for buildings;

Rushes and their AI;

Hours are shorter now;

Hunger system;

Amount of satiety points;

Equipment’s characteristics;

Now the game starts with 4 units and 4 points of bread.

Fixed bugs:

The inability to get a new unit after the game was paused;

The enemy’s shift beyond game’s map after a critical hit;

Slimes’ spawning during the pause;

Weather’s change during the pause;

When the unit does not return to work after ingestion;

Game-crush after unit’s death;

No drop out of items of a dead unit;

Creation of particles during the pause;

No progress bar save of new unit;

No damage from an orc when the armor is more than orc’s attack;

The inability of unit with a hoe to work on a farm;

No advent of Big Mushroom;

The disappearance of points of experience required for increase of unit’s level;

The game-crush during chopping the stump;

The tower’s break after saving the game;

Not full amount of unit’s health after loading the game.

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About This Game

"Era of Majesty" is a RTS (real-time strategy) game with elements of RPG. In "Era of Majesty", you can manage people in order to build your own city.

The main purpose of the game is to construct your own city where you not only build and develop, but also to protect you city because the world of "Era of Majesty" is not as friendly as it may seem at first glance.

Your city can be besieged by vicious Orcs, infuriated Ants and Golems who come from the depths of the earth and even be terrorised by the terrifying Dragon who has decided to eat your people. But your people are not as helpless as the invaders assume.

Gather the most powerful squad of men, equip them with weapons – a great variety which will excite you, equip the best armor in order to protect your people from strong punches, bites from sharp fangs, incredible magic or nasty wind. Set off to defend the city from those who would encroach on it!

But what will you do when your city is thriving, the defense is impregnable and warehouses are crammed with resources? That is right – to become a Country. Build villages and other towns but do not forget about other countries which can help you to trade, make alliances or declare war!

If you get tired of diplomacy or having conflicts with other countries, you can gather people in search of adventure! The world of "Era of Majesty" is filled with different creatures who want to, whenever possible, to destroy your Country; whether it is ‘The Ancient’, awakened from a deep slumber, or ‘The Golem’ created by a mad Magician. Both of them represent a huge threat to the world, but your people can fight back!

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Microsoft® Windows® XP / Vista / 7
    • Processor: 1.2GHz processor
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Graphics card with at least 32MB of video memory
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 90 MB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Microsoft® Windows® XP / Vista / 7
    • Processor: 1.4GHz processor or faster
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Graphics card with at least 32MB of video memory
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 90 MB available space
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AmUnRA
( 0.1 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: June 18
Unplayable. Tutorial tells you what to do but even first task is impossible. You can't click anything but the menu buttons.
Is this a bad joke?
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unleech
( 0.1 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: June 16
It says RTS and RPG. wow, i love those genre, so i gave it a try...

BORING tutorial, buggy as well!

Controls sucks, resolution bug, can't alt+f4 on tutorial, can't alt+enter!

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HaikenEdge
( 3.6 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: June 16
Unresponsive controls with a tutorial that says nothing in a lot of words. Currently not recommended, may change in the future.
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Mongoloid Mike
( 3.9 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: June 15
Nothing works in this game. The tutorial tells you to do one thing after another thing that does not do anything it claims it's supposed to .
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41nd
( 0.1 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: June 15
horrible tutorial, too many words.. this is a shameful gamemaker game..
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NH4OH
( 0.7 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: June 5
Nice game! If you like Terraria - you will like this game!
P.S: sry for my English
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Osiris
( 0.3 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: June 2
Spell check and better instructions please. Otherwise very promising game.
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Victor, Puncher of Larynx
( 0.2 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: May 1
Maybe I'm just ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥, or my copy downloaded weird, but I couldn't get the game to do a god damn thing. Tutorial is next to useles, and nowhere is there any sort of guide to show you how to play.
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LadyOberon [#GamersRule]
( 3.3 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: March 11
It was really a tough decision for me when deciding the direction I was going to take with this review. I'm a believer that great reviews include not only those that explain why the best games are the best games but also why others receive lower ratings.

Era of Majesty is a promising game. It's what I would consider resource management. I concede that it could be classified as having RPG elements, but I have to assume that this description is more appropriate for future content as opposed to the game as it stands right now. RTS is also an appropriate description, as there is a certain amount of strategy that goes along with managing resources and allotting manpower for resource collection in an effort to build bigger and better structures.

If I were judging my rating based strictly on gameplay at this moment in time, I would have to honestly say that I don't recommend the game. However, I'm going against my better judgement and will instead recommend the game, but with a few caveats.

To begin with, the game is definitely in early access, as advertised. I think it's fantastic that developers can take advantage of crowdsourcing not just for funding but also to obtain feedback, observations, and reviews from scores of gamers who are essentially "paying beta-testers."

When attempting any early access game, I expect a glitch or two. It's certainly not uncommon to find areas in an early access title that still need polishing. However, a title that's as close to release as this one seems to be should not have the game crashes and game-breaking bugs that I experienced. This game is just barely tipping the scale toward being a playable game vs one that's completely unplayable.

Graphically speaking, the pixel graphics are attractive and clear. Graphics also include a day/night cycle and weather. The soundtrack is better than average, and the sound effects were appropiate for the game. I'd venture to say that the majority of the development hours have gone into graphics, sound, and framework for future updates.

The first thing you encounter is the tutorial, which is delivered in a text format that is confusing and incomplete. The tutorial is also full of poor grammar, spelling, and sentence structure. This is most likely due to poor translation. I also noticed that this tutorial cannot be turned off. My game crashed several times, making it necessary for me to begin a new game each time, and my only recourse was to hit the space bar multiple times to cycle through the tutorial.

Gameplay is also confusing. It's not readily apparent exactly what you're supposed to be doing, or how you're supposed to be achieving everything. The tutorial stated that right-clicking on a banner would allow me to move the banners and set the borders for my "town." However, I found that the gaming area simply wasn't that big, not more than 2-3 screens wide. I figured that moving the banners to each end would allow me the entire playing area that was available to me. I was incorrect about this, because I still had to right click and drag my mouse over items that I wanted to chop, mine, gather, or kill. Setting the border for the town was not all that was necessary for me to begin to gather resources.

Side-scrolling movement works as it should, but other controls didn't function as well. On several occasions, I opened the menu to save the game, yet my game wasn't actually saved. At one point, I lost the ability to move my mouse cursor within the top inch of my screen, which meant that I couldn't "reach" the menu options and had no choice but to use the escape key to shut down the game and restart.

I also experienced multiple occurrences of game crash with, "Fatal Error in action number 1 of Step Event0 for object o_enemy_unit." The only workable option for me when this happened was to click the "abort" key and re-launch the game.

The game refers to characters as, "units" yet it doesn't explain how additional units may be obtained. I learned through trial and error that I could level up those units, but it was not apparent to me how and when those skill points were awarded. It was also unclear what should be done when a unit dies.

The timing for the game is also unbalanced at this point. I played for more than an hour in between multiple game crashes, yet all I accomplished was the gathering of a small amount of wood, stone, mushrooms, and crystals. Keep in mind that this was while utilizing the fast-forward button to make gamplay speed up a bit. I was finally able to build the workbench, but I was never able to utilize it, because my game went from sporadic crashes to consistently crashing whenever I tried to use it. It's noteworthy that my gaming rig (ASUS ROG G752VT-DH72 17 Inch Gaming Laptop with a 6th Gen i7 Skylake processor, NVIDIA GTX 970, and Windows 10) is less than 2 month old and more than suitable to run the game.

On a positive note, the developers seem to be receptive to feedback and determined to see the project through to completion. There is also a fairly large player base already, so I think it's entirely appropriate to expect a finished product in the near future. If the building menu is any indication of what we can expect when this game is finished, I think it would be quite an entertaining game.

I've heard others compare the game to Kingdom yet most agree that this game has the potential to be even better, and therein lies the rub when it comes to my review. I find myself allowing potential to push my rating from "not recommended" just over the line to "recommended for a specific audience."

If you enjoy casual resource management games and are willing to be patient, I think you'll find an active developer and player community. If, however, you're looking for a game that is more along the lines of an RPG or one that is "plug and play" and "out of the box" ready, then it's best that you wait until this game is completed or pick it up on sale.
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Lora_L
( 4.3 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: March 5
Good game with a great potential. And developers are release updates often.
+ Nice music, lovely background, interesting game.
+ In the future will add cards and increase the world.

- Small resource icon, maybe it's because of my small monitor.
- A little difficult control and gameplay
(What to do? What's next? What I have to build? Is it slime from Terraria? Cute sheep. Really, is it gold? Shut up and dig! Night and rain. Is it magic mushrooms? Need to try... Oh. Why did he die? Noooooo... But we do not give up easily =) Start again)

Maybe developers can make a big tutorial and bubble help when you hover the mouse on the icon of resource. I would be grateful if they could...

It's only early access, that's why 9/10. Dear developers, continue to work the same way and good luck.
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Nothing works in this game. The tutorial tells you to do one thing after another thing that does not do anything it claims it's supposed to .
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horrible tutorial, too many words.. this is a shameful gamemaker game..
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24 of 28 people (86%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
3.3 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: March 11
It was really a tough decision for me when deciding the direction I was going to take with this review. I'm a believer that great reviews include not only those that explain why the best games are the best games but also why others receive lower ratings.

Era of Majesty is a promising game. It's what I would consider resource management. I concede that it could be classified as having RPG elements, but I have to assume that this description is more appropriate for future content as opposed to the game as it stands right now. RTS is also an appropriate description, as there is a certain amount of strategy that goes along with managing resources and allotting manpower for resource collection in an effort to build bigger and better structures.

If I were judging my rating based strictly on gameplay at this moment in time, I would have to honestly say that I don't recommend the game. However, I'm going against my better judgement and will instead recommend the game, but with a few caveats.

To begin with, the game is definitely in early access, as advertised. I think it's fantastic that developers can take advantage of crowdsourcing not just for funding but also to obtain feedback, observations, and reviews from scores of gamers who are essentially "paying beta-testers."

When attempting any early access game, I expect a glitch or two. It's certainly not uncommon to find areas in an early access title that still need polishing. However, a title that's as close to release as this one seems to be should not have the game crashes and game-breaking bugs that I experienced. This game is just barely tipping the scale toward being a playable game vs one that's completely unplayable.

Graphically speaking, the pixel graphics are attractive and clear. Graphics also include a day/night cycle and weather. The soundtrack is better than average, and the sound effects were appropiate for the game. I'd venture to say that the majority of the development hours have gone into graphics, sound, and framework for future updates.

The first thing you encounter is the tutorial, which is delivered in a text format that is confusing and incomplete. The tutorial is also full of poor grammar, spelling, and sentence structure. This is most likely due to poor translation. I also noticed that this tutorial cannot be turned off. My game crashed several times, making it necessary for me to begin a new game each time, and my only recourse was to hit the space bar multiple times to cycle through the tutorial.

Gameplay is also confusing. It's not readily apparent exactly what you're supposed to be doing, or how you're supposed to be achieving everything. The tutorial stated that right-clicking on a banner would allow me to move the banners and set the borders for my "town." However, I found that the gaming area simply wasn't that big, not more than 2-3 screens wide. I figured that moving the banners to each end would allow me the entire playing area that was available to me. I was incorrect about this, because I still had to right click and drag my mouse over items that I wanted to chop, mine, gather, or kill. Setting the border for the town was not all that was necessary for me to begin to gather resources.

Side-scrolling movement works as it should, but other controls didn't function as well. On several occasions, I opened the menu to save the game, yet my game wasn't actually saved. At one point, I lost the ability to move my mouse cursor within the top inch of my screen, which meant that I couldn't "reach" the menu options and had no choice but to use the escape key to shut down the game and restart.

I also experienced multiple occurrences of game crash with, "Fatal Error in action number 1 of Step Event0 for object o_enemy_unit." The only workable option for me when this happened was to click the "abort" key and re-launch the game.

The game refers to characters as, "units" yet it doesn't explain how additional units may be obtained. I learned through trial and error that I could level up those units, but it was not apparent to me how and when those skill points were awarded. It was also unclear what should be done when a unit dies.

The timing for the game is also unbalanced at this point. I played for more than an hour in between multiple game crashes, yet all I accomplished was the gathering of a small amount of wood, stone, mushrooms, and crystals. Keep in mind that this was while utilizing the fast-forward button to make gamplay speed up a bit. I was finally able to build the workbench, but I was never able to utilize it, because my game went from sporadic crashes to consistently crashing whenever I tried to use it. It's noteworthy that my gaming rig (ASUS ROG G752VT-DH72 17 Inch Gaming Laptop with a 6th Gen i7 Skylake processor, NVIDIA GTX 970, and Windows 10) is less than 2 month old and more than suitable to run the game.

On a positive note, the developers seem to be receptive to feedback and determined to see the project through to completion. There is also a fairly large player base already, so I think it's entirely appropriate to expect a finished product in the near future. If the building menu is any indication of what we can expect when this game is finished, I think it would be quite an entertaining game.

I've heard others compare the game to Kingdom yet most agree that this game has the potential to be even better, and therein lies the rub when it comes to my review. I find myself allowing potential to push my rating from "not recommended" just over the line to "recommended for a specific audience."

If you enjoy casual resource management games and are willing to be patient, I think you'll find an active developer and player community. If, however, you're looking for a game that is more along the lines of an RPG or one that is "plug and play" and "out of the box" ready, then it's best that you wait until this game is completed or pick it up on sale.
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7 of 10 people (70%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
4.3 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: March 5
Good game with a great potential. And developers are release updates often.
+ Nice music, lovely background, interesting game.
+ In the future will add cards and increase the world.

- Small resource icon, maybe it's because of my small monitor.
- A little difficult control and gameplay
(What to do? What's next? What I have to build? Is it slime from Terraria? Cute sheep. Really, is it gold? Shut up and dig! Night and rain. Is it magic mushrooms? Need to try... Oh. Why did he die? Noooooo... But we do not give up easily =) Start again)

Maybe developers can make a big tutorial and bubble help when you hover the mouse on the icon of resource. I would be grateful if they could...

It's only early access, that's why 9/10. Dear developers, continue to work the same way and good luck.
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
2.0 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: March 2
This game is worth its price but there is not much thing to do, i played for 2-3 hours and I have nothing to do now
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7 of 12 people (58%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
11.3 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: February 28
I want to love this game. For the most part, I do, but it seems to not get better as it has been updated. Some things have improved but some have lost quality. Now when your people die, their equipment can't be recovered? And the issue about not being able to continue a game once exited still exists.
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13 of 25 people (52%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Recommended
0.7 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: February 26
To be honest, this is a really great game. I tried it out and it is an RTS & RPG mixed into one game! It's a Brilliant Idea!
It's a little complicated, BUT if you get used to it, It gets a little easier. There is a bug or code error whenever you load a game at the moment. BUT I HIGHLY recommend this game to a friend who likes terraria and kingdom of keflings on Xbox.
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10 of 21 people (48%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
4.5 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: February 26
The game that I have been waiting a long time. Era is excellent. The game has flaws, but I hope that they fix in the future (and quickly) and the game will be really better.
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9 of 19 people (47%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
0.5 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: February 27
A good experience in side strategy , i really like enjoy this game !
pros:
- Beautiful graphic
- Unique gameplay
- Game price
cons:
- Sounds
- Not enough content (hope it will fix as soon as possible)

8.5/10
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