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About Elvenar


Elvenar is a free to play browser-based 2D Strategy MMO with traditional city building gameplay and RPG elements from InnoGames. This strategy game puts players in the realm of Elvenar in order to choose a civilization that they will then build into a thriving and mighty empire. Which civilization will you help raise to glory in Elvenar: the Humans or the Elves?

Elvenar features gameplay based on other traditional city building games, with focus honing in on adding buildings, exploring the in-game map, and tending to the needs of the population. Both the Humans and the Elves have their own unique city styles befitting their respective cultures.

Speaking of culture, Elvenar also boasts a Culture system that rewards players who take the time improve the happiness of the townspeople with innovative decorations around their city.

But there is more to Elvenar than simple city building and culture: combat is an integral part of the game as well. Players must raise an army to protect their fledgling town from attacks, and the turn-based combat system puts players in direct control of their forces instead of letting them auto-battle. You will decide whether or not your civilization succeeds or fails.

InnoGames offers constant updates and new content for Elvenar, meaning that the gameplay and aesthetics are always changing. The crisp artsyle also ensures that the game can be successfully run on almost any computer system.

Which side you choose in Elvenar will decide how your growing city will look and how it develops, so choose wisely.


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Title

Elvenar

Developer
InnoGames
Publisher
InnoGames
Release Date
April 08, 2015
Genre
Strategy
Platform
Web Browser

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Minimum System Requirements (Browser)


Elvenar is a browser based game and should run smoothly on practically any PC with a updated web-browser.

If you have old hardware or software, you may still be able to play Elvenar, but your game experience may suffer. For the best gameplay experience, we recommend the latest versions of Firefox, Chrome, or Internet Explorer.


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User Reviews


FANZZ66 1 month ago
Not a bad game i think
FANZZ66 9 months ago
the game is a shameless cashgrab, especially in battles as npc opponents become more and more just about spamming you with curses to make your units literally unable to fight and easier to be killed, and the only way to win battles becomes handing the host money for shiny units, otherwise the game becomes just farming resources to buy territory because youre unable to win any fights with basic units
khal_eazy 1 year ago
This game takes a lot of patience and is the kind of game where you play on it for maybe 10 mins a day and then your set. I've been playing for almost a year now (though the account I'm using was made in 2015, back when I still couldn't appreciate the virtue of being patient). Joining a guild and trading is a must because it will give you extra resources from gifts/tournaments. Also, be mindful of your land space because this is where it gets tricky for new players IMO-- you want to buildx3 and then suddenly you don't have any unlocked space anymore, so only build your boosted resources (which you get to choose in the beginning) and trade with others for the nonboosted ones. As you upgrade your buildings, they increase in size as well as change in shape, so it's always better to have extra space-- don't fill up your entire unlocked areas asap, I made this mistake when I started playing and it caused me to get stuck because I can't upgrade anymore of my buildings.

All in all, I think it's a pretty well-balanced strategy/city-building game with a lot of interesting elements that I haven't seen in other games from the same genre. But this is not for you if you enjoy fast-paced games where you can achieve a lot of things in a short time.
jawahir 2 years ago
hi
vortexal 2 years ago
I've been playing this game on and off since I made my last review and my views on the game have changed a little. I have learned from playing the game more, talking to other players and doing a little research, that this game is basically supposed to be looked at as almost like a glorified idle (aka incremental) game. It's just very confusing and even though I'm doing everything the game is telling me to do, I still feel like I'm not playing the game right. I almost never seem to have enough resources and I constantly run into progression bottlenecks.

This game takes a lot of patients and therefor, I only recommend this game if you have a lot of patients and/or you like idle games.
vortexal 2 years ago
This game is not that good. The biggest problem is that it's boring most of the time because of how much time you spend waiting for things to happens. Although, you can spend that time doing something else like watching videos or playing another game. The only real gameplay the game offers is the battles, which the game uses a turn based strategy system for. But because of how repetitive they are, battles can be either automatically done or completely avoided.

That being said I can't really recommend this game. I understand that all of the games flaws are caused by the developers wanting the mtx to be worth purchasing so that they can make money off the game. But this hinders the player's experience to much for me to enjoy playing. The game is way to repetitive, and offers nothing meaningful to the player.
Casheater 3 years ago
For being a 2D strategy is a great game. As god-like being you have to be able to create your civilization and actually give meaning to it. This is what makes it good. Yes, it can be a little boring sometimes because of the time it takes to create buildings or develop your city, but once you catch the rhythm, it all gets easier.

I played this a few years ago, when It came out bach in 2015, but now the updates have made a better and complex game.
Najrani30 3 years ago
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