Battle Ages is a real-time strategy game similar to Clash of Clans where you lead a civilization, starting from the dawn of humanity. This means you start building your empire in prehistoric times, moving through different historical periods until you arrive at the modern era.
Train your military and send armies out to lay waste to nearby settlements and steal their stashed riches.
Join the race through time and fight to be the most powerful leader in history!
Key features of Battle Ages;
– Lead a civilisation from the dawn of time to the modern age.
– Journey through 6 distinct, authentic, and exciting ages in time from launch, with more ages following very soon!
– Compete against thousands of other players for domination on a global scale.
– Research new and powerful weapons to aid your fight.
– Join forces with friends to take on other groups in epic battles that span generations!
– Battle players across the ages – see Neolithic Barbarians fight Medieval Knights, and Roman Legionnaires stand off against Union soldiers!
– 22 different units, 15 different spells, 11 different traps and more than 50 unique buildings to construct!
– Save your game and play across devices by linking to a social media account
You can build various buildings in your cities to get different types of resources. Initially your two most important resources are gold, which you can use to buy new units and accelerate production, and science, which lets you research new types of troops and technologies to increase life expectancy.
In addition to building a city that will stand the test of time, you also have to attack and conquer rivals. The story mode guides you through a series of battles against the AI, but you can also attack other players’ territories in exciting online battles.
Battle Ages is a strategy game that combines a well-known gameplay like that of Clash of Clans with the idea of evolving through different historical periods. You'll see your civilization start with a bunch of cavemen, then become Roman legionaries, medieval archers, and eventually, modern-day soldiers.