Game Reviews, Indie Games

50 years – Review

50 years is a turn-based survival game similar to the likes of Sid Meyer’s Civilization. The game pits you as one of a few countries (which represent real life countries for some inexplicable reason), against invading hordes of soldiers, minotaurs, and… zombie chickens. As ridiculous as this game gets, it always stays true to the central medieval/fantasy theme the game maintains. I do also like how the game is very reminiscent of strategy board games both new and old.

The main gameplay is simple and easy to pick up. You manage a town similar to that of Survival Kingdom, a game that you will see covered this Tuesday on CFN. You construct buildings and hire citizens to gain more wood and gold, in order to amass a large army to fend off the aforementioned hordes of enemies...