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You spent your whole life in service to the gods of Asgard. You died an honorable death. You earned your place in the halls of Valhalla. But when you knocked on its gates to receive your final reward, none answered. Odin has turned his back on your people. He underestimates the Viking spirit. He underestimates you. Force their hand as you lead your people past the dangers waiting on Valhalla Hills and fight to prove your honor, your strength, your worthiness. Look after your Vikings, gathering food, chopping wood, and mastering the complex economics of wilderness survival. Reach the portal at the top of each mountain, and shout your battle cry loud enough for the gods to hear. If they will not give your people the reward you all deserve, then by your axe, you will take it from them.
Who knows settlers and has learned to love, will also find VH very interesting. First. . .. I bought the game in a Humble Bundle and for this reason I didn't pay the full price. So far, I see the game at 15-20€. . . After about 13. 5 hours it's...
more and more fun for me. I simply enjoyed playing God and making the little Vikings dance to my whistle. br>
There is no real story - a mode in which you can unlock more and more. If you don't feel like it, you can try everything in a free game. The game becomes more complicated bit by bit and requires a structured structure. After about 10 cards, the first leading opponents also come. Until then, it's rather easy. The beginnings of the rounds are always very similar, but in which game are they not? The basic supply must be secured and the wood, stone and food supply must be built up. More buildings . . . more raw materials . . . more magic . . . more enemies. The recommendation is very clear for the settler fans. Whoever comes from the Age of Empires or Stronghold direction should rather keep their hands off it. The game structure and the course of the game is too slow for that. 'Cheers you scoundrels!
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