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Illyriad - 4X Grand Strategy MMO
Oct 16, 2016 @ 5:21pm
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Build a city, create an Empire!

Forge Alliances with thousands of players. Craft and Trade 380+ resources and items in an entirely player driven market, across a vast, varied world. Side with 100+ warring NPC factions and their 700+ unit types.

Research 400+ technologies, and build 70+ building types to create your own specialised cities. Gather exotic resources, craft rare items, master mighty magics, command thieves and assassins, explore and settle new lands in the 8.6 million square world of Illyriad[].

Illyriad is a strategy game of extraordinary depth and variety. With a great community, multiple paths for city specialisation, and frequent updates and new releases, this is a vast fantasy world where you can be the kind of ruler that you wish to be.

"Solid and deep MMO play experience. This is certainly a sweeping, epic strategy game." – Independent Games Festival

Build, plan, gather, craft, trade, scheme and fight in this strategy epic!


Editors Choice 2014 - Community Award - SlideDB
Grand Strategy Indie of the Year 2014 - IndieDB
Grand Strategy App of the Year 2014 - SlideDB
Players' Choice - Overall App of the Year 2014 - 2nd Place - SlideDB
Online Innovation Finalist - Develop Awards
Power Up Awards Finalist - Microsoft
Game On Notable Runner-Up - Mozilla
Top 101 free PC games - GameSpy
Top Massively Multiplayer - IndieDB
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4L0N3 Nov 28, 2016 @ 2:36pm 
So, Rill ruins the game. You'll see.
_TimTim_ Nov 22, 2016 @ 7:08am 
Where is my uterus!? Nov 8, 2016 @ 10:30am 
OMG. Yes pls!!! It's been awhile since I last played. So much nostalgia. Can't wait to start again ^_^
MercTOTOIONO Nov 3, 2016 @ 11:29pm 
Yes, of course! =)
zinral Nov 1, 2016 @ 9:54am 
I enjoyed the game while I played and has an awesome community. Takes a long time to do things as game progresses as I remember so if you can't make moves and then walk away for a few hours this game is not for you. Allot of depth throughout. I would recommend.
Aegrus Nov 1, 2016 @ 12:39am 
It's a fantastic browser game, but I am slightly puzzled for as to why they need to Greenlight it. Maybe it has to do with the 2.5D isometric update and shift from a browser game to a downloadable client that they've been hinting for ages. I hope it finally happens. Greenlight it is!:steamhappy:
RazingHel Oct 31, 2016 @ 1:09am 
It's been awhile since I played it but back in 2014 it was one of the most friendly browser MMO communities I had seen. It's somewhat similar to Evony so if you liked that game this will be up your alley.
Joyless Oct 29, 2016 @ 8:28pm 
I don't really play anymore due to time constraints, but this game was a fantastic investment of several years. I'd place it right up alongside my all time favorite games. The community goes hand in hand with the core game play, and offers a thrilling grand strategy-ish feel to it.

Personally, I'd probably go back to playing it if it was easily featured on Steam.
jetface Oct 26, 2016 @ 5:55pm 
Enormous city building world. Hunt, war, craft, trade, steal, lead, chase mysteries, compete in tournaments, or maybe a mix of all of them. Makes games like "Game of War" look like the piece of trash that they are.
Psolkaiyn Oct 25, 2016 @ 7:16pm 
Hey, I just commented. I forgot to mention the graphics. They are old-ish and feel slightly simple, however, they (for me at least) actually add to the "classic" atmosphere. If you are looking for a game with amazing graphics/animations, and don't care much about the actual game, please leave, you won't find it here. It is for people who come for the game, not pretty pictures. Even so, my appreciation of the game itself has made me love the graphics just as much. It is simply a matter of pathways through preferences.

I would like to add that I really do hope this game never becomes anything like Clash of Clans or Boom Beach. I hate to criticize someones hard work and art so I will leave it alone at that.