The most important aspect in Castlot is battle: battling against NPCs, players and even leagues. “We are dedicated to bringing our players the best gaming experience, so we introduced both the conventional turn-based and the real-time combat mode to Castlot at the same time…Players can attack, raid, siege or even loot other players at any time.” It’s rather violent, wouldn’t you say? But in a war torn world, showing sympathy will likely bring you at the mercy of your enemy.
Besides battles, Castlot also possesses an interesting interaction system – the Framing and Scheme system. With these two systems, you can play tricks, sabotage, and cripple on other players and their resources. For example, placing a Goblin in a player’s Annexed Land will allow you to steal the target player’s resources. If you are worried about lacking resources such as crops or irons and cannot upgrade your Castle, it is a viable strategy to utilize the Framing and Scheme system. Similarly, if you are strategic player and foresee another player’s attempt to place a Goblin in your Annexed Land, you are able to counter a scheme by setting a Trap in advance. “We hope to bring more fun to the players in Castlot. It is not simply a system, but an ability to utilize tactics and wits to deliver the most realistic strategy game experience possible.” said Johnson.
Last but not least, a powerful map system is also implemented in Castlot. Players can always find the target castles within their reach with the help of coordinates. When discussing this system, Johnson seemed to be very proud of it. “If you are familiar with Google earth map, then you will have no trouble using the Castlot map.”
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