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Prime World Review
Prime World — a role-playing strategy with MOBA elements, developed by Nival company in 2012.
- Tactical MOBA-battles and a strategic component.
- Unique character development system
- Castle-based system of hero recruiting
- Terramorphing system that allows players to control the land in battles
Prime World Gameplay
Once in the game, the player becomes the Lord and receives the Castle. In it, the player can build and improve buildings, buy heroes and pump talents to them, as well as produce the resources necessary for levelling. To raise the level of buildings, the Lord needs human resources (castle population), as well as resources that can be obtained by erecting mining buildings.
The main currency of Prime World is Silver. The player can earn it participating in battles, as well as collecting from some buildings in the Castle or selling resources and talents. Also, the game has Gold — a currency that can be obtained either by purchase or by winning in developer contests. Buying Gold, a player can significantly accelerate their progress in the game.
In Prime World, there are one primary and six additional modes of opposition with players:
- Borderland — classic 5vs5 with three lines and a forest with neutral creeps. The player's task is to destroy the enemy castle located on the other side of the map, gaining an advantage by killing monsters and heroes. At the base there is a mini-game similar to a Zuma, playing which one person from the team can get scrolls for the allies — a valuable resource that increases talents power. When using the game table, the character is invulnerable, and also receives experience points. After some time, two bosses appear on the map: Zmey Gorynych and Cat Bayun, killing of which brings bonuses to the team that defeated them. This mode also has four modifications: Native Land, Chekhard, Maneuvers and the End of the World.
- Dragonwald — 4vs4 confrontation. In this mode, players gain experience only through the battle with forest monsters. To get to the enemy base, the team will have to kill the dragon. After death, the dragon drops the egg, allowing you to call a unique warrior, able to quickly destroy the enemy fortress. Mini-game is disabled in Dragonwald.
- Outpost — 3vs3 battle with the individual map. There is only one line running on it, and a mini-game is also disabled. The towers have a large amount of health, which prevents players from destroying them on their own. Every 90 seconds, a catapult appears, invulnerable to all types of damage, except pure. An allied hero dying near the siege machine causes her to lose 35% of her maximum health.
- Test — in this mode, five players need to protect the outpost from waves of neutral monsters under computer control. Enemies come from four sides. Having dealt with the wave of enemies, they should press the switch to stop the spawn of enemies from this side. After levers are turned off, the Zmey Gorynych appears, which players need to destroy before he destroys their base.
In Prime World, the heroes are divided into five types, depending on the talents available and their role in the battles:
- Assassin — characters vulnerable to focus, capable of delivering a lot of damage at the right time. Most often, they use abilities that allow them to hide in case of danger quickly.
- Stormtrooper — sturdy heroes, in whose talents players can often find strong control skills that can disable one target. Their attacks can cause a lot of damage, but these characters also have good survivability. Most often, they use only melee weapons.
- Support — heroes who are not able to inflict enough damage, but who are excellent healers, often resorting to control skills. They have a low survival rate, so in battle, they must keep behind their allies.
- Fighter — heroes who cope well with frail enemies and enemy structures have a small health reserve, but can do a lot of damage over time.
- Defender — the most persistent heroes, able to withstand a large amount of damage, act as tanks for their team. They also have powerful control skills.
Also, the game has an attractive deep plot, on which books such as "Call of Prime", "Primezone", "Primelord" are written.
Prime World System Requirements
- Memory: 2 GB
- Graphics Card: GeForce 8600 GT/Radeon X1600
- CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo/Athlon 64 X2 2 Ghz
- File Size: 3 GB
- OS: Win XP / Vista / 7
- Memory: 4 GB
- Graphics Card: GeForce 9800/Radeon HD 3850
- CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo/Athlon 64 X2 3 Ghz
- File Size: 3 GB
- OS: Win XP / Vista / 7