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Millidor Review

By BwwDtt | 13 August 2020
Average: 1.7 (3 votes)

Millidor is a multiplayer strategy game in fantasy setting.

  • Real-time gameplay
  • Deep combat system
  • Large open world
  • Many player-driven activities

Millidor Gameplay

Millidor is a global client online strategy which takes players to the fantasy medieval world. The player as ruler will develop his castle and establish diplomatic relations with other players.

Medieval game world of the Millidor is built by the players. It's possible to build a castle, defend a village, take care of the inhabitants and train a personal army. Stable income and well-armed troops allow you to go to capture neighbours and explore new lands. Expand your possessions, spread your hero's influence, and soon you can find loyal vassals.

The main goal of players in the game Millidor is the development of the castle, increasing military power to increase influence. However, you can not get involved in the war; loners can develop without participation in global events.

Battles are held in turn-based mode on a map divided into hexes. The moves are taken one at a time. In the case of a losing party in advance, it is possible to escape from the battle. Separately note the siege and looting of castles, when the "Millidor" has to play against the army and defensive structures of the enemy. As a reward for the victory, there is a percentage of resources.

The game has a role-playing component. Characteristics of the protagonist improve when you get game experience or use of artefacts. They affect the different game sides: the extraction of resources, production, unit content and more.

Another part of the Millidor are diplomatic relations. Players are given a wide range of actions: Neutrality, Friendship, War, Service, Rake and Unification. Allies, guilds and other groups offer different bonuses.

Expansion of their possessions is possible through both magical and territorial influence. The first takes place through the construction of magical shields, and the second through the development of outposts. Since the races in Millidor are divided into six species, the magic schools are represented in the same number. These are schools: Death, Fire, Earth, Water, Life and Air.

The character recruits units and sets out from the castle to the big world to discover unfriendly enemy units, treasure chests and finally stumble upon another player's castle.

During the battle, defenders and attackers take turns dealing physical and magical damage.The role and location of soldiers, the terrain features, and the ability to resist different types of damage to each unit changes your changes to win.

At the same time, the developers managed to realize a vast, interactive world where there are no static locations. When you enter the area again, you will not see the previous relief and defeated monsters, and you can even find yourself near the castle, which was another lord. Battles in Millidor also have unique features: they can be fast and prolonged. It also has a feature which allows you to bring new armies and reinforcements to the battlefield.

Races in Millidor

  • Humans are good farmers, warriors and scientists.
  • Elves are good woodcutters, fast and accurate warriors.
  • Orcs are nomads and dangerous warriors. This race has a bonus for iron mining.
  • Dwarves are skilled miners, the fiercest warriors in the Millidor. They know how to mine gold.
  • Druids are strong mages, followers of the natural path. They have a bonus to population growth.
  • Ogres are dangerous warriors and mercenaries. This race has a bonus for stone mining.

Millidor System Requirements

Minimum Requirements

  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics Card: 128 MB AGP GeForce4 Ti4200 / RADEON 8500
  • CPU: Core 2 Duo / Athlon 64X2
  • File Size: 5 GB
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10

Recommended Requirements

  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics Card: 256 MB AGP 8x GeForceFX 6600 / RADEON x800
  • CPU: Core 2 Duo / Athlon 64X2
  • File Size: 10 GB
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10