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Weather Lord: The Successor's Path

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The power of the elements is in your hands. Use them to claim your kingdom! As the heir to the throne of Flaywind, you set off on a journey to peacefully assume power. But all does not go as planned. Soon, you find yourself battling a shadowy evil bent on taking what is rightfully yours. To prove yourself a worthy ruler, you must lead a small band of followers across three spectacular environments on a quest to find the source of the scourge.

Along the way, you'll rebuild a devastated land, save your people from peril, and face off against an array of bizarre enemies. Your greatest challenge will be learning to control the weather and employing it to your advantage. Use rain to replenish crops, thunder to remove obstacles, and wind to destroy ghastly creatures! Play clever and play quick, and victory will be yours in Weather Lord: The Successor's Path, a captivating time management epic!

  • 45 thrilling levels
  • Fight mighty bosses that can challenge even the best warriors!
  • Master nature and control weather!
  • Three spectacular settings
  • Earn achievements and awards!
Release date
Alawar Entertainment
Yustas Game Studio
Buka Entertainment
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: 1.5 GHz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 256 MB 3D graphics card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Nice Game! Was really worth it. The Game does not yet offer a FullHD, but the Cards are nevertheless drawn nicely and the Music dudles finely in front of it. The Cards are also very varied thanks to the different Types of Opponents and the Elements that need to be actively used. The Level Of difficulty is optimal for me. When you play perfectly, you actually still have enough Time. You also need them, because later you have to get more and more annoyed with the Opponents. But I think that's well implemented, it doesn't annoy, it's more of a nice Win. You often have to restart if you always want to have Gold, but it keeps in the Frame, because the Levels don't last that long either. Since there are no Steam Badges at the first Part, only In-game, in Principle you only need to click through in a relaxed way in order to see the End. So all in all really well managed and suitable for every Player in the Claim and a Must for Friends of this Genre. Rating: 8.5/10
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Review: Weather Lord: The Successor's Path Young Lord Victor Wants to stand by his Subjects, fight the Country one, Monster and even use the Powers of The weather to Do so. So Much for the traditional Plot. You, the Player, will stand By him and complete different Missions. Those who expect great tactical Skirmishes with a lot of Depth are looking in vain. However, this game should not be presuppose. Alawar, known for example by Finders, presents a classic Time Management Game with Weather Lord, according to the Motto "a Worker stands around, the Player makes a Mistake." Within the Missions, raw Materials are collected, Houses, mills, Towers and other helpful Buildings are erected and tasks are carried out. Some Quests need to be unlocked By Visiting NPCs on the Map. It also happens that Enemies appear on the Map and are fought. I would particularly like to highlight the Weather System here, which actually adds only a few more Clicks to the Gameplay, but still represents an interesting Innovation in the Genre. For example, a harvested Field is irrigated and "replenished" with a Rain cloud. As mentioned at the beginning, the Game is based on Time Management. The Missions can be played for as long as you want. However, those Who are particularly targeted and fixed will be rewarded with SIlber or even Gold Medals. What is a Pity here, however, is that there are no Steam Achievements, although ingame achievements are unlocked. The Dialogues have become a bit flat in places and could tolerate an Overhaul, but connect each mission to the next, thus driving the Story forward. The Graphics are colorful and functional, so is the Music and blends in well with the Fantasy Setting. The Game still feels a little like it's more intended for the app store. I don't see the Target Audience for this Game with Real-time Strategists. And even those who only start shooters and Co. will find little Joy here. The Game is certainly not revolutionary, but it also aims more at the pleasant Pastime for in between. Start a Mission, maybe even crack the Gold Medal or improve from Bronze to Silver, these are some of the Advantages. The Weather Lord has to offer. I recommend this Game to younger Age Groups, Players who value entertaining click stratgy and fans of Games like Finders and Co.
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