Harald: A Game Of Influence Activation Code [Xforce]

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BE THE MOST INFLUENTIAL PLAYER TO WIN THE KING'S FAVOR:
Harald is a card game of influence and majority. As the head of a village, each player will try to charm the most influential character of the realm to be noticed by the King and win his favor. But to win you will need to think and wisely use the abilities of each character.

LEARN HOW TO USE THE CHARACTERS AND THEIR POWERS!
Each turn, players execute three actions in order:
- play one card in the King's council
- play one card in the player's village
- draw cards to replenish your hand
There are six different characters, each with a different function and power. Discover the Wolf/scout, the Lynx/merchant, the Fox/bard, the Bear/warrior, the Goat/seafarer; the Boar/blacksmith. Discover each character's ability and use them in order to overtake your opponents!
Each animal will give you the ability to make a move at the end of your turn: you can steal cards from your adversary, try to exchange his or your cards with the council in order to play in your favor, return cards to erase their points or just place a good card on the top of the pile! Whatever you choose, decide wisely how to make the most of every move!

SCORE AS MANY POINTS AS YOU CAN!
The goal is simple: get the maximum number of points! In order to win, you need to pay attention to the cards' associations and put together the ones that work best.
At the end of the game, each card in the village of a player counts as many points as the number of times the same card appears in the King’s council. Play smartly in both your village and the council and don't forget to keep an eye on your opponents' villages in order to win.                                                                                            
EXPERIENCE MORE STRATEGY WITH THE BADGER/SCHOLAR!
Discover an exclusive card, which introduces a new character, the Badger/Scholar. This card offers you the possibility of protecting a series of characters in your own village. It makes the game harder for your opponents because if they want to destroy those cards, they will have to attack the Badger/Scholar first if he is present!

FEATURES:
• Solo mode
• Online multiplayer mode: includes a mini chat to share emoticons while playing
• Unlock beautifully illustrated cards based on the original card game
 
Languages available: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish" d859598525



Title: Harald: A Game of Influence
Genre: Strategy
Developer:
3DDUO
Publisher:
Asmodee Digital
Release Date: 28 Sep, 2017



English,French,Italian,German




As someone who tries to keep a look out for new and interesting Card Games on Steam, Harald flew right under my radar for a whole 2 weeks before I discovered it. Buried alive in the plethora of Steam releases of late September, it appears to have bypassed almost everyone else too!

This is a great shame. Because I will say upfront that 'Harald' is an absolute hidden gem of a card game! It's also beautifully presented, highly polished, runs smoothly and is incredibly fun to play!

Although very simple to learn and play. Harald is a game that takes time to master. This may only be a game with 6 card types (7 with the expansion) But do not be fooled. This is a game full of depth, tactics and strategy! Every card has a power and a function, which is in turn tied to the other character cards within the deck. How you play these cards is vitally important throughout every turn. Which can be the difference from winning well, to throwing it all away.

Since all cards are on display at all times, you have to be mindful of what cards your opponent has. Requiring you to adapt accordingly. Turns are very limited though, so you do have to maintain your focus.. Did I also mention this is just Vs a single AI opponent?

That's right. The AI is not a pushover. It will play fairly, but it will also play well just on Normal difficulty. It is very competant, sometimes a rarity for these games. Once you manage to understand all the mechanics of Harald, you will start to beat it, and you will find the nuances that make it tick. It is then you can move upto Hard difficult for a tough yet fair challenge where the AI will punish you for holes in your strategy.

If you want even more of a challenge.. There is also modes against 2 or 3 other AI opponents. Here. the AI does put up an even more interesting fight, and you really do have to attack opponent villages hard and\/or get a very strong focus on how you structure your own village. Since there's less turns with more players, Your Council & Village strategy has to be on point and you do have to determine what your strategic focus actually is. A supportive backup plan is usually always necessary as well.

Online Multiplayer is also available here. Allowing you to take a rest from the solid AI and instead having you exploit the impurity of human nature in a 2-4 player format. From what I can tell, since this is actually a mobile port, you can take on iOS and Android users too! Although finding actual human players is hit and miss due to Publisher Asmodee Digital being more interested in focussing their efforts on the less superior Smash Up! and Ticket to Ride: First Journey titles across all formats. Such is their franchise priority.

Also in Harald are basic stats tracking (For self goals), in-game achievements (Not Steam), and the ability to unlock each of the characters from original deck of cards from the physical card game to play as an alternative. Plus you get the Badger\/Scholar expansion already built into the game. No additional DLC purchase needed!

So as it stands. Harald is one of the best card games on Steam! Easily beating most of the F2P CCGs that are available, and also being better than a large selection of the premium titles also for sale. For the price point too? You're getting a wonderfully small yet enjoyable game that packs a massively large punch!

Highly Recommended!. Boring. Unfun. Dumb.. As someone who tries to keep a look out for new and interesting Card Games on Steam, Harald flew right under my radar for a whole 2 weeks before I discovered it. Buried alive in the plethora of Steam releases of late September, it appears to have bypassed almost everyone else too!

This is a great shame. Because I will say upfront that 'Harald' is an absolute hidden gem of a card game! It's also beautifully presented, highly polished, runs smoothly and is incredibly fun to play!

Although very simple to learn and play. Harald is a game that takes time to master. This may only be a game with 6 card types (7 with the expansion) But do not be fooled. This is a game full of depth, tactics and strategy! Every card has a power and a function, which is in turn tied to the other character cards within the deck. How you play these cards is vitally important throughout every turn. Which can be the difference from winning well, to throwing it all away.

Since all cards are on display at all times, you have to be mindful of what cards your opponent has. Requiring you to adapt accordingly. Turns are very limited though, so you do have to maintain your focus.. Did I also mention this is just Vs a single AI opponent?

That's right. The AI is not a pushover. It will play fairly, but it will also play well just on Normal difficulty. It is very competant, sometimes a rarity for these games. Once you manage to understand all the mechanics of Harald, you will start to beat it, and you will find the nuances that make it tick. It is then you can move upto Hard difficult for a tough yet fair challenge where the AI will punish you for holes in your strategy.

If you want even more of a challenge.. There is also modes against 2 or 3 other AI opponents. Here. the AI does put up an even more interesting fight, and you really do have to attack opponent villages hard and\/or get a very strong focus on how you structure your own village. Since there's less turns with more players, Your Council & Village strategy has to be on point and you do have to determine what your strategic focus actually is. A supportive backup plan is usually always necessary as well.

Online Multiplayer is also available here. Allowing you to take a rest from the solid AI and instead having you exploit the impurity of human nature in a 2-4 player format. From what I can tell, since this is actually a mobile port, you can take on iOS and Android users too! Although finding actual human players is hit and miss due to Publisher Asmodee Digital being more interested in focussing their efforts on the less superior Smash Up! and Ticket to Ride: First Journey titles across all formats. Such is their franchise priority.

Also in Harald are basic stats tracking (For self goals), in-game achievements (Not Steam), and the ability to unlock each of the characters from original deck of cards from the physical card game to play as an alternative. Plus you get the Badger\/Scholar expansion already built into the game. No additional DLC purchase needed!

So as it stands. Harald is one of the best card games on Steam! Easily beating most of the F2P CCGs that are available, and also being better than a large selection of the premium titles also for sale. For the price point too? You're getting a wonderfully small yet enjoyable game that packs a massively large punch!

Highly Recommended!. Boring. Unfun. Dumb.



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