New 1000 AD

Turn based strategy game Relive history in this free online multiplayer turn based strategy war game, it is also a text based game. Lead some of histories most famous civilizations of medieval times into war, all from the safety of your web browser.

The object of the game is to lead a medieval civilization from a small empire to the top of the leaderboard.You can win two ways by attacking your opponents into submission or exploring past them in this text based game.

You can build alliances, declare wars, produce an economy based around wood, iron, food and gold. Build your army to other empires or send your explorers on missions to gain land. Production of goods, buildings and army are the keys to being the best and top ranked empire. Control your population, aid your friends goods in time of need, defence o

  1. Welp, the spammers have found gamefilter…

  2. How is this spam ? It says post a link if it is game related and hasnt been posted before ?

  3. Interesting. As far as I can tell, there aren’t specific rules here (yet?) about self-linking, and I’m not sure there needs to be (yet). This sort of game doesn’t look like it’s for me, but if it were, I don’t think I’d so much mind that it was the developer him/herself who dropped by to post about it. Perhaps it would be better if the post didn’t read quite so much like back-of-the-box PR-speak, and perhaps it would be better if the poster’s role in the project were mentioned up front, but it doesn’t look like dogma was trying to hide this fact at all. He used his real name in his profile.

  4. How is this spam? The main, non-rel-nofollow’d link being keywords was a big red flag for me. You could’ve linked it with any other text, but you chose “turn based strategy game”. Purely coincidental, I’m sure ;)

  5. Well, upfront disclosure and less of a PR vibe would have been a good thing, but I have not explicitly made any rules against self-linking here, so: fair enough.

  6. Oh, gross. Naively, I hadn’t thought of the SEO angle here, and why the link text was chosen as such. I just assumed this was an indie (?) developer trying to get word out about his game. Oh, well.

  7. ow is this spam? The main, non-rel-nofollow’d link being keywords was a big red flag for me. You could’ve linked it with any other text, but you chose “turn based strategy game”. Purely coincidental, I’m sure ;)

    If I posted a game link in a car forums or baby clothes website, I consider that spam. If I were to post this 2-3-4-5 x then yes I would be spamming. Telling gamers about a game on a game site seems logical :)

    I just assumed this was an indie (?) developer trying to get word out about his game. Oh, well.

    It is . Im just trying to let gamers know about my game. Again, I meant no disrespect, I read the rules and I assumed since it is game related and hadnt been posted before it was ok.

  8. Guys, after an indepth examination lasting several tens of seconds, I’ve said it’s OK. If you want to hash it out some more, please start a Gametheory thread.

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