'Divine right of kings means the divine right of anyone who can get uppermost'
Herbert Spencer, English philosopher
Divine Right is a turn based strategy game for the iOS. Inspired by such classics as Panzer General, Kohan and Master of Orion, it is a hybrid of modern real time strategy games and classic hex map turn based strategy. Divine Right brings classic strategy to the iPhone!
In Divine Right, one must balance military and economic strength in order to field a sustainable force powerful enough to achieve tactical and strategic success on the battlefield. Do this, and one is assured of securing ones 'divine right of kingship' the old fashioned way- through force of arms.
Sneak peak at 1.06 awaiting review on the app store. It was finger scrolling of the map (we agree, it should have always been there), auto save game so you can now power off your device and restart where you left off, Battle News so you are no longer in the dark as to what happened during the computer turn, updated graphics and more. We hope you like it!
Send units to defend your castles and take his. They are the key to your future. Position units to take advantage of the defensive bonus provided by forests and hills.
Open the castle detail to assign your peasants to farming to increase population, smithing to generate needed war material and trading to generate gold to purchase troops and upgrade castles. When sufficient gold is available, you can also upgrade your castle to increase its max population as well as its defensive and offensive prowess.
Castles also are where you recruit your troops (as long as the castle is not under siege). Here you choose your unit's armor and weapon as well, determine if they will be mounted and assign a work crew if their task is to build a new castle.
Units earn experience in battle, and level up to improve their attack power, to hit rating, defense rating and movement points.
Battle Stats are available during and after the game to help refine your strategy. Games can be played against the computer or 'hot seat' versus a human opponent.