Rise of Civilizations

Rise of Civilizations for Pc


  • Category: Games
  • Last Updated: 2018-10-11
  • Current version: 1.0.915
  • File size: 346.05 MB
  • Developer: Lilith Games
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing Rise of Civilizations on your Windows PC

Download Rise of Civilizations for Windows: Rise of Civilizations is an Games App, developed by Lilith Games. The Games App was officially released 2018-09-20. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Lilith Games, with the latest current version being 1.0.915 which was officially released on 2018-10-11. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 7,256 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5.


Using Rise of Civilizations on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install Rise of Civilizations on your computer in 4 simple steps below:


1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 


2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.


3: How to Use Rise of Civilizations for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type Rise of Civilizations in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Rise of Civilizations application icon. A window of Rise of Civilizations will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the Rise of Civilizations icon. Click on it and start using the application.



Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About Rise of Civilizations

Developer Description

8 Civilizations, 27 Heroes, Real Warfare From the depths of obscurity to the peaks of legend, you will be the author of your civilization's history. Will you launch epic wars and conquer the entire world? Or rise up as a virtuous leader renowned for your sagacity? Will you set off to explore the unknown as a pioneer? Or dedicate yourself to helping your own people? Only time will tell... ***Features*** #Real-Time Battles# Battles are not pre-calculated but happen in real time on the map. Anyone can join or leave a battle at any time, allowing true RTS gameplay. See an ally being attacked right in your backyard? Send some troops to help your buddy out, or launch a surprise counterattack on the attacker’s city. #Seamless World Map# All in-game action takes place on a single, enormous map inhabited by players and NPC characters. No isolated bases or separate battle screens. Never before seen on mobile “infinite zoom” feature allows you to transition freely between the world view and individual cities or barbarian outposts. Map features include natural obstructions such as rivers and mountain ranges and strategic passes that must be captured to gain entrance to neighboring regions. #Eight Unique Civilizations# Choose from one of 8 historical civilizations (more to come!) and guide your civilization from a lone clan into a great power. Each civilization has its own architecture, unique units, and special advantages. #Exploration & Investigation# The world of Rise of Civilizations is covered in thick fog. Dispatch scouts to explore this mysterious land and uncover the hidden treasure within. Investigate lost temples, barbarian fortresses, mysterious caves, and tribal villages, gather intelligence on your enemies, and prepare yourself for the ultimate clash! #Unrestricted Troop Movements# New orders can be issued to troops at any time, offering limitless strategic possibilities. Launch a feint at an enemy city, then circle back and meet up with your alliance army to capture a pass. Dispatch troops to collect lumber from a nearby forest and have them pick off a few barbarian clans along the way. Forces can also be split up between multiple commanders so that you can engage in multiple actions simultaneously. #Alliance System# Full set of alliance features allow players to help one another: alliance chat with built-in translation function, officer roles, map indicators to coordinate strategies, and more! Alliances can expand their territory to gain resources, capture mountain passes and barbarian outposts to strengthen their position, and work together to unlock group achievements. #Conquer the Kingdom# Fight alongside your alliance to take control of this vast kingdom. Clash with other players and use superior tactics to emerge victorious in a MMO strategy battle royale. Rise to the top and you and your civilization will be written down in your kingdom’s history! #RPG Commanders# Call upon dozens of historical figures who will serve as your trustworthy commanders, from Julius Caesar and Sun Tzu to Joan of Arc and Kusunoki Masashige. Level up your commanders by defeating barbarians and sending them into battles, then upgrade their abilities using an RPG style talent tree and skill system. *Expedition Mode *Infinite Zoom--never before seen on mobile! *Scouting *Espionage *Kingdom Progression *Civilization Specific Cities *Stunning Graphics *3D Character Models And more… Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/riseofcivilizations/

App Reviews

  • Suggestions and constructive Criticism!

    5
    By Dogs woof
    I enjoy playing the game, as it has features like the app “DomiNations.” The concept is fantastic and amazing, and would give my appreciations towards the devs. From the graphics, to easy concepts I enjoy, there are things I would suggest which are fixable; and would make the app a much more fun experience. The app needs a system in which bases can be closer to one another rather than spread out, as that is the key concept in games like these. Teamwork is a essential part so being closer to allies and forming hives is a strategy. Another thing which would improve the game is a to reduce the time periods, as I noticed while playing as a new member that right away the 15 seconds go to hours, and there is even 1 month speeds that can be bought! This shows that money is starting to play a role. Brutal age is a great app which allows players to advance even without the use of speeds bought, which is what this game needs. If these two issues are fixed, I would gladly stay t’ill the end. -It would also be amazing if new servers are not made as frequent as that will allow servers to die, and less people to be active in older servers. The limit for people per server should be increased, as more people is much more fun.
  • Surprisingly addictive

    4
    By Hashbrown85
    I normally hate this type of game. They all seem to be the same. However, I find this one is incredibly addictive. It’s fun to play and you can get lost playing for a long time while you balance out all of the things you’re doing at once. What makes this game different is the easy access to boosters. Normally in games like these you’re stuck waiting for hours for one building to finish. This game actually makes it really easy to earn the boosters that help them along. At least it does at first (I haven’t played this game for very long yet). The one thing that bothers me is that your generals can only gain XP by battling people. I feel like any action they do outside the city should add XP. Gathering is a great example. If your general earned a lower amount of XP for gathering, but still got some, this game would be much better. The leveling system for the generals/heroes is extremely difficult. If they worked on that a bit, the game would improve immensely. There are also appear to be some translation errors. I’m not sure where the developers are from, but there are some broken English sentences every now and then. Overall though, very well done and addictive game.
  • Amazing game but...

    5
    By Bloody Toe
    This game is great, it has elements of other games I enjoy playing but feels almost original. I’m really only writing a review to give a suggestion on what should be put in the game. I think you should add some sort of indicator that tells us when someone is online and offline. I know it’s a small detail and we don’t necessarily need it, but it would definitely be helpful when developing our alliances. This is just my opinion and I hope you keep up the good work. 😁👍 Side note: The pay to win crap that everyone is spewing is ridiculous. Sure, you can buy stuff that helps you grow at a faster rate than others but you can easily get there too if you make the right choices. I’m already a level 8 City Hall and I have only been playing for a few days, and guess what, I have not spent a single penny. What I did do, though, is join an alliance with experienced players who, by the way, gave me wonderful tips on how to get where you need to be before you start getting wrecked by stronger players. So developers, again, keep up the good work and don’t let what these guys say bring you down. 😉
  • Great

    4
    By Kurtpat
    TBH, this is a great time waster, although it has a few thins I don't like about it, firstly, the space in your city is somewhat small, making it hard to decorate it, unless if your a more ‘competitive’ person then just maximize the space you have. secondly, the chat is kind of funky, unlike other games, it has this ‘iMessage’ kind of feel to it. and lastly, the peace shields are kind of expensive(costs gems, an in-game currency), so much so, I feel more comfortable being vulnerable to attacks rather than spending gems to protect my city for 8 hours. Apart from these, This game is kind of unique, wherein it’s AI pathfinding is better than other games similar to this. It has quite a few factions to choose from, although choose wisely, as you can only pick once for free, if you wish to change your faction, you need to spend 10,000 gems on it. each faction has its own unique style of buildings, E.G. rome: more ‘advanced’ buildings, Japan: wooden. Each faction also has its 1 unique troop, like the roman legionary(called a legion in-game). I recommend that you should build and train regularly, as doing so will allow you to be ahead of some players. All in all, I think its a great game to pass time.
  • Amazing RPG game

    5
    By ni klaus
    This game is amazing in its graphics and game play. Additionally, there is an incredibly huge gap you can explore. Literally everyone can understand and play it, since the interface is really user friendly. Everything in the game has a clear description. I really love the diversity of the civilizations, they all come with their own characteristic commanders. I have played several strategy RPG-games before, but most of them did not care about the community at all. However, this game is not so money driven, since almost everything of the content is available for free ( if you're willing to grind it). Of course, like every other game you can do some in game purchases, however the difference is not that big as I've seen with other mobile games. It's possible to grind your way up, but if you don't have the patience you can still decide to spend cash. If you love to play strategy games and fight in guilds with a historic theme, then I can definitely recommend this game.
  • Pay to win

    2
    By Barenone
    So here I am enjoying the game with my clan, we are doing pretty well, one of the strongest around. We have had friendly rivalries and everyone seems to be enjoying themselves..... until. In walks some group from china. Dumped at least a couple thousand i to the game. Maced out on level, troops, in the power area of 25 million while most of the higher players have a couple million. No one can beat them, they just roll over everyone. They haven't collected resources or anything they are purely dumping money in. Now I can understand throwing some money into the game, i have myself. But it is ridiculous that everyone else can be overpowered by someone who does nothing but throw money at it. So what does this accomplish for the company? Sure they get a lot of money short term but it kills the fun of the game for the other players who will leave for more balanced games. So all that is left are the overpowered money dumpers who have no one left to kill so they quit out of boredom. Long term loss for a short term gain. I expect this game will just fall behind like most then the company will probably throw a new skin on it and re release it, rinse and repeat.
  • This game is easy to play

    5
    By Gamer 1638374838283
    What makes this game different form Koc, GoW, and GoT is that they add civilizations with three different buffs, and a special unit that you of course have to unlock/research, along with an alliance research that you have to help do. These are futures that have never been introduced before. That’s what makes it worth getting! Now, the alliance system on its own is VERY interesting. I like it a lot better than most because you can now see who is actually putting in the time and growing as donating resources to your alliance tree. Most games similar to this you have to lay out the rules but the developers did a good job doing it for us. The map: The map for this game is HUGE. To scout the entire map is the only problem I have, but it’s part of the experience of being a new pioneer. I’m also really excited to what other historical figures they add to this game, along with other civilizations as well. All in all the developers did a great job.
  • Level Design

    3
    By Yrunkmonkey
    I agree that the game design is great and it can be a lot of fun but they need to work on the guild system and attacks. It seems like joining guilds should be a positive part of the game but it is a pretty double edged sword, if you join a guild and live within the area of your guilds space rhen be prepared to be attacked and by attacked i mean A LOT, that or enemy troops will just hang around and wait for tour troops to dare step outside the borders and wipe them out if you arent paying attention. I do agree attacks and defense ahould be a big part of this game and we dont get to ask for a crutch or free power of leaders just b/c we want them. You get what you paid for and since it’s free that pretty much says you get what you get. Still some advice would be that perhaps their should be a level cap of piwer gap on attacking cities of others or those defending so that those on both sides take a gamble and it doesnt become a slaughter for the lower levels who become dishartened and just leave for greener grass to games that dont punish those who simply want to log in every few minutes a day.
  • Love it

    5
    By HJYboss
    This game is amazing in its graphics and game play. Additionally, there is an incredibly huge map you can explore. Literally everyone can understand and play it, since the interface is really user friendly. Everything in the game has a clear description. I really love the diversity of the civilizations, they all come with their own characteristic commanders. I have played several strategy RPG-games before, this game is not so money driven, since almost everything of the content is available for free (if you are willing to grind it). Of course, like every other game you can do some in game purchases, however the difference is not that big as I’ve seen with other mobile games. It’s possible to grind your way up, but if you don’t have the patience you can still decide to spend cash. If you love to play strategy games and fight in guilds with a historic theme, then I can definitely recommend this game.
  • Exhilarating

    2
    By HornyD
    Game is absolutely fun in every way possible. It’s easy to grind out mobs for treasure and boosts. But pay 2 win will always be a problem for games like this. I watched a character next to my base have the same power level as mine( maybe a few hundred off) but we were always close to each other. When I signed on today he had jumped about 400k in power and had a base already at lvl 17(we were 7 the night before). He raided everyone lower level then him. Like p2w players should not be able to attack anyone lower leveled then them(like 3-5 lvl difference) so people actually have a chance. I love the game but if it continues like this I might just delete it. Not worth the frustration. UPDATE: Been playing more so trying to really get into it. The amount of stone required to do anything even train troops is ridiculous. And the packs compared to food and wood don’t give enough. I spend more time farming about 4 hours a trip to gather enough stone for 1 upgrade just to see the next upgrade require a significantly higher amount. Dropping down to 2 stars.

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