Simple hex based conquer-em-all strategy
Genghis Khan, as the name suggests is a top down turn based strategy set in the primeval times of Genghis Khan, so, in terms of technology and war strategies, the clashes of horse bound and pedestrian units, armed with swords and bows, as well as ballistae and other long range siege weapons is where your inventory will be at. However, there are a few ideas at play, in the game, as far as gameplay is concerned. As long as you are familiar with classic turn based, top down gaming you will be immediately familiar with this game's offer; you get larger units, that can't be split any further and you have to position them on the map, in turns. Units are defined by their types of attacks, and also, by the way in which they move, the number of hexes they can go through in one go. Thus, it's both a question of knowing how and where to move them, and also, how to chain attacks for greater kill ratios. It's sufficiently easy to play, and to control and has very a very simple build. Graphically, the better option is to go for Genghis Khan â€“ Clan of the Gray Wolf, which looks less basic, and has a similar build, strategically.