Welcome to Khan Wars – the award winning pioneer of f2p strategy games!
If you like competition and strategy games, then you have come to the right place.
Khan Wars has all the classical elements of an excellent multiplayer strategy game, including developing a mighty empire, establishing a powerful army, crafting cunning strategies and most importantly - fighting other players!
Your main goal in Khan Wars is to handpick a mighty medieval nation and defeat all other players in order to dominate the medieval world.
Enter into the merciless medieval age NOW and test your skills against some of the most experienced gamers in the world!
You can choose from 12 well balanced nations, each having a bonus that impacts your economy, battle strength or trading. In time you can recruit nation specific units that will change your battle tactics and help you gain an edge over other players.
Develop and fortify your own medieval city through new buildings and strategic structures. You can choose the path of steady economic growth, ruthless raids upon enemy objects, thoughtful trading, wise diplomacy and guild team play or any mixture of those that you find convenient.
During the course of the game you can conquer more castles and recruit up to 28 different units - infantry, archers, cavalry, siege machines and nation specific special units. These troops can be further upgraded to improve their attack and defense capabilities. Use them to smash your opponents or the Bandit hordes on the map.
The most advanced battle system in the gaming industry is now accessible. The greatest asset of the game is the battle tactics system. There are literally thousands of different strategies for you to find out while you compete with other players. Spying your opponents is also crucial in the times of war.
The guilds in the Khan Wars represent group of players united by their guild leader and their strive for victory. Conquer mighty citadels, control map territories and spread your power. The guild chat is an option that allows players to communicate in real time, with their fellows. This is very useful for discussing policies, strategies or coordinated actions.