Age of Empires is a real-time strategy franchise (RTS) that has hit since its first release in 1997. The game was one of the first of its kind to combine regular combat with exploration and was a "fever" lan from Brazil. With events beginning in the Stone Age, passing through the Middle Ages and reaching the Modern Age, the epic is a reference to video games. Currently there are games inspired by RTS that seek to provide a similar experience to the screens of Android and iPhone (iOS) phones. Check out five multi-player mobile games that look like Age of Empires.
Five free online multiplayer mobile games
Comparison of graphics of the definitive and original versions of the empire era – Foto: Divulgação / Microsoft Studios
Forge of Empires has mechanics similar to those of Age of Empires. Your main goal is to create an empire that begins as a simple village. This requires resources and defeats the enemy armies. The player begins the journey through the stone age and progresses through the centuries, enabling all objects to be updated to match the correct times.
The Age of Empires also went through various historical moments, but did not think of the future. Already in the FoE you can experience five different types of futures. In order to make progress in the game, it is recommended to form alliances with players around the world. This way the battles will be easier. Forge of Empires was released in 2012 for PC and has reached 140 MB iOS and Android smartphones.
Forge of Empires village advanced example – Photo: InnoGames Press Release
One of the most popular mobile games, Lords Mobile released in 2016, hit the mark of 280 million players in 2019. The strategy game follows the line of building, managing resources and developing the village and army, Empires However, the Lords Mobile also features RPG elements with its heroes, which make the title different from others in the genre. Battles can be fought against characters controlled by the game's artificial intelligence or against other players. The title is free and can be downloaded from the App Store and Google Play for 418 MB and 69 MB respectively.
Lords Mobile Heroes – Photo: IGG Press Release
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Clans Clash is one of Supercell's games. The game is free, released in 2012 for iOS and next year for Android. By 2018, it has been downloaded more than 600 million times. There are options to run and enhance the village, bringing engineers closer to Age of Empires, playing campaigns or engaging in multi-player battles.
Like other titles, it is recommended that the player join the ranks in order to strengthen his army and to deal with auxiliary battles. The important thing is to combine strategies with resource utilization and find the best time to make friends or enemies.
Clash of Clans is one of the most downloaded games of the genre – Foto: Divulgação / Supercell
Craft Warriors mixes empire-era engineers, such as resource mobilization and army reinforcement, with square and 3D Minecraft graphics. Launched in 2017 for iOS and Android smartphones, the free game is easy to understand and play. It is possible to challenge enemies online for battles. You must have 97 MB available on your mobile phone to download the game.
Craft Warriors is a mix of Age of Empires with Minecraft – Foto: Divulgação / Translimit
Rise of the Kingdoms
The rise of the Kingdoms, formerly called the Rise of Civilizations, recalls the Age of Empires for strategy and the battle of mechanics. Like the AoE, it is possible to upgrade the village and army to fight wars and conquer new territories. The difference is that in Rise of Kingdoms the player begins his journey by choosing from 11 historical cultures, such as the Roman Empire.
Depending on the option, the player will locate virtual figures throughout the game, such as Julius Caesar and Joan of Arc. Like other games of this type, it is possible to form alliances with other players and attack online opponents.
Battlefield Kingdoms Rise – Foto: Divulgação / Lilith Games
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