Atlantis Fantasy is a social game available on Facebook. It supports multiple languages like English, Spanish, and French. In Atlantis Fantasy, you must rebuild the ancient city of Atlantis, previously destroyed by Zeus in a fit of rage. You are now an apprentice god of Olympus, and need to manage the expansion of your new underwater city with the help of Poseidon, god of the sea and his wife Tethys!
Atlantis Fantasy is the second Facebook game from Kobojo after the casual game PyramidVille if my memory serves. I was referred to play this game from a Facbeook friend of mine. The first impression is surprisingly good for the game impresses me with its gorgeous graphics and creative underwater art design.
The notion of a copycat fades away as I keep moving to build and expand my city. And even what I was imaging the game is the same with City of Wonder, and Dragons of Atlantis has been proven wrong. I’d admit I have some prejudice on city building mechanics, but this one is an exception. And my deep research provides an unobjectionable conclusion: the game qualifies the best in terms of graphics.
Atlantis Fantasy presents you an underwater world where you consume energy to build up your city, produce resources like Coral, Iron, and pearly seashell. Of course, you can get them directly via actions in your city (cutting seaweed, removing ruins, etc.). This is the case for most materials (Coral, Stone, Sand, etc.). The production buildings also serve to obtain raw materials (Mine, for example), or to use your raw materials to produce other resources (Sand Factory, for example). The production system serves as the game’s core mechanics, but it is much easier to manage it.
Making progress and level-up are always astonishing and better you can show off your achievements by sharing your streaming ingame activities. The game offers a lot of options like Zoom-in-and-out, image quality adjustment, music turn-on-and-off, and fullscreen toggle though I am inclined to stick to the default settings. But if you have some troubles on finding the items or building blocks in the default mode, you can switch to the fullscreen mode after you enter the game.
One of most frequently visited place is the Boutique where you can buy all quest items and animals to complete your missions. Funny as they are, some items can be eaten while others can be used to produce materials. Also I have noticed a Leisure tab under the Boutique, but all the items under Leisure are too expensive. I can only afford the Cinemaquatik on my early stage.
Admittedly, I am a newbie to city building games, and each time I have finished some achievements in a game, I had to go back to destroy the city and re-lay out the city as a whole. In Atlantis Fantasy, you cannot destroy the buildings or roads you’ve constructed, which may be a little bit headache for my further developing. To some extent, If I want to get a well-decorated city, I have to re-create a new city using a new account. I cannot find one more solution to this issue. You got it?
The tutorial or the initial storytelling works nicely with the game system, and this also makes sense that a player can move forward to a higher level that fast. But I was just neglecting to read the dialogue with the guide and If I am going to create a new city, I will carefully read it.
As I emphasized on Atlantis Fantasy’s visual design at the beginning, I think this kind of design could meet both male and female gamers. The background music and sound suit perfectly though the developers did not invest too much on this part.
On the other hand, I have noticed some shortage of functions like fighting, and social interaction. Even I am not fully aware of what the purpose of the game is?
Atlantis Fantasy is a city building game that allows you to follow the missions throughout the game, gain experience and unlock new functions. What is differently designed between the two games is that Dragons of Atlantis happens on the earth while Atlantis Fantasy takes place underwater.
To expand your city, the temple of Poseidon must be restored. Once restored, by clicking on it and by having the number of requested resources, you can choose the land that you want to acquire.
Architect mode allows you to move buildings, animals or objects, to rotate them, to store elements of your choice in your inventory for later use, or to sell what you no longer want in your city.
Your buildings must be connected to the road to be accessible by the Atlanteans. If they are not connected to a road, they cannot be built.
In the Boutique, you can buy all the objects you need in the game. They are classified into different categories: “Agriculture” for all animals, fruits and vegetables, “Productions” for all production units such as quarries or mines, “Housing” for homes to increase the size of the population, “Leisure” for buildings that will entertain your people and bring happiness, “Decorations” to enhance your city, “Materials” for all essential raw materials and “Energy” where you can buy packs to regain strength and fill your power gauge. The category “New” includes all objects that have just come out.
- New MMO Preview
- MORE MMORPG
- New Browser games
- MORE Browser Games
- Top Games
Top online Games - DotMMO rates and votes weekly top games before you make a decision to play, including online MMORPG games, browser games and social RPGs.