new world empires

Strategy game developer Bytro Labs has announced the launch of the open beta for their new browser-based game, New World Empires. In this game, players build empires over centuries, beginning with the discovery of the New World and continuing through the Napoleonic Wars. Players must make strategic decisions about how to progress — go to war, focus on economy and culture, or try to build colonies in the new world.

The game features 10 types of terrain, 3 military branches, and over 150 types of technology. Players can compete against as many as 30 other players to explore and conquer the World. To accomplish this, they will need to research technology and the eras as well as learn to manage the different types of terrain.

New World Empires is available to play now, with registration available on the official site.

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  1. Aaron on August 12, 2016

    I will only play if I can be America

  2. UltimateUltimatum on July 23, 2016

    This game is really cool, but it takes far too long to do anything contructive…Like 28 hours to make one army, another day to make a building, another day to…and so on and so on…Sheeze, when they say “over the centuries” they really meant it literaly…Come on guys, speed this ship up and lower the playing times…It really is a cool game, but not enjoyable to play over the years, but more, a couple weeks or so.

  3. Genesee Gaming on June 10, 2016

    Do people play browser games when they are supposed to be working? It’s the only reason I can think of why someone would play a browser game.

    • TreadHead on June 11, 2016

      Pretty much yes. Though there are also people who have old laptops or chrome-books that can barely run anything else.