Dawn of Titans: Strategy Game

Dawn of Titans: Strategy Game for Pc

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Download and install Dawn of Titans: Strategy Game on your Laptop or Desktop computer

If you want to install and use the Dawn of Titans: Strategy Game app on your PC or Mac, you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We have worked diligently to help you understand how to use this app for your computer in 4 simple steps below:



Step 1: Download an Android emulator for PC and Mac

Ok. First things first. If you want to use the application on your computer, first visit the Mac store or Windows AppStore and search for either the Bluestacks app or the Nox App . Most of the tutorials on the web recommends the Bluestacks app and I might be tempted to recommend it too, because you are more likely to easily find solutions online if you have trouble using the Bluestacks application on your computer. You can download the Bluestacks Pc or Mac software here


Step 2: Install the emulator on your PC or Mac

Now that you have downloaded the emulator of your choice, go to the Downloads folder on your computer to locate the emulator or Bluestacks application.
Once you have found it, click it to install the application or exe on your PC or Mac computer.
Now click Next to accept the license agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application properly.
If you do the above correctly, the Emulator app will be successfully installed.


Step 3: for PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and look for its search bar. Once you found it, type Dawn of Titans: Strategy Game in the search bar and press Search. Click on Dawn of Titans: Strategy Gameapplication icon. A window of Dawn of Titans: Strategy Game on the Play Store or the app store will open and it will display the Store in your emulator application. Now, press the Install button and like on an iPhone or Android device, your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
You will see an icon called "All Apps".
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the icon. Click on it and start using the application.


Step 4: for Mac OS

Hi. Mac user!
The steps to use Dawn of Titans: Strategy Game for Mac are exactly like the ones for Windows OS above. All you need to do is install the Nox Application Emulator or Bluestack on your Macintosh. The links are provided in step one


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Dawn of Titans: Strategy Game Software Features and Description

Selected App Store EDITORS’ CHOICE, Dawn of Titans showcases the BEST graphics on mobile! Battle COLOSSAL TITANS and THOUSANDS OF WARRIORS in monumental wars, all under your CONTROL. CAPTURE enemy lands, grow your ARMY, and come to FIGHT, because in Dawn of Titans you either GO BIG or you GO HOME! Join your friends and PLAY FOR FREE! In the most massive ACTION-STRATEGY game on mobile! ---------- Dawn of Titans begins a new era for Action Strategy, with console-quality graphics and ultra-addictive gameplay. Key Features: Console-Quality Graphics · Build your kingdom and fight enemies in a stunning 3D fantasy world. Dominate with Massive Titans · Equip colossal warriors with powerful gear and lead them into epic PvP battles. Real-Time Battle Control · Go to war with thousands of troops, all under your direct control. Nonstop Events & Campaigns · Remember to check back for daily quests, unique campaigns, and alliance events. Forge an Unstoppable Alliance · Unite with friends to strategize in real-time MMO chat and dominate other kingdoms. Build the Ultimate Kingdom · Clash against the masses, to capture land and rise up the world ranks. ---------- Data connection required to play. Dawn of Titans is published by NaturalMotion Games Additional information: The game is free to play; however, in-app purchases are available for additional content and in-game currency. Use of this application is governed by the Zynga Terms of Service, found at http://m.zynga.com/legal/terms-of-service. Collection and use of personal data are subject to Zynga’s Privacy Policy, found at http://www.zynga.com/privacy/policy. The game will request access to Photos for purposes of Customer Service support. If you do not grant that permission, you will not be able to send us screenshots to help resolve any issues you might encounter. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dawnoftitansofficial/



Top Reviews

  • Good but overpriced items

    by gamerent
    This game is a lot of fun I love what they did its not just a copy of all the other strategy games. I'm not even really into strategy games and I like this one. There are some bad things about this game though nothing to do with gameplay. Overpriced in game currency, packages for titans are overpriced. I have been in 2 clans and they both have kicked out everyone but their friends when event was almost up causing me and others to lose out on the event rewards we have worked hard for! I messaged support and asked them if they could change that. How is it fair that punks in the alliances are allowed to rob us of our rewards. There needs to be a system in place to prevent this!! Support hasn't done anything about that. This right here is a huge issue to me and I'm not the only person is happened to. Please put a safeguard in place so they cannot kick us during an event (If we have participated a certain fair amount). Other than those 2 issues...this game can be pretty fun. I like that it shows changes when building and upon completion it actually looks improved. The graphics are beautiful. Just the army needs to be improved but they are almost too small to notice great detail. Really love how different this game is from other similar games. It's beautiful
  • Top notch graphics with great gameplay

    by 2244356777776544332
    This is a typical base builder game where you attack other players to acquire resources to upgrade buildings, troops and of course, titans. The first things you notice when you start playing are the awesome graphics and the ability to control your troops on the battlefield, which is a neat feature. The game is straight forward and is easy to start playing with its good tutorial. You can raid lands, attack garrisons, fight in the arena, fight at the monuments, complete the campaign or compete in a weekly solo or alliance war event. I’ve played this game for over a year now as a F2P player and I am pleased to say that the developers actually pay attention to the players and attempt to make continual improvements that benefit the game. The new Conquest event is great, and I can only see the game getting better from here on out. If you have never played DOT, it’s worth the download. If you played at one time in the past but have been away for awhile, it’s worth a second try.
  • Really good, but needs more PvP

    by DJWicki
    The game itself is already really great as it is. The gameplay is very tactical and makes you think, the titan concept is quite unique and fun, and although you get bombarded with advertisements to buy gems and premium items, you don’t need to buy them to succeed in the game as long as you know the game mechanics and you are able to apply both basic and advanced tactics. This game really is the thinking man’s action game. My one complaint (and the reason why this is 4 stars instead of 5) is because there is very little PvP. Although you do attack many people’s castles, the defenders of the castles are computer-led, rather than player-led. I have been talking about this issue with some of my friends on the game, and we have a few suggestions to the game developers on how to make the game incorporate more PvP. Our first idea is to incorporate team invasions, where more than one player fights more than one player on the same battlefield, and the commanders of each team must work together in order to achieve victory. Another idea we came up with are tournaments, both individual and team tournaments (using the team invasion idea that I have previously outlined), where there are brackets of single elimination battles, and the top 4 commanders/teams get rewards.
  • Great idea ruined by greedy monetization and bad development

    by Andersc85
    This game looks good and is a lot of fun to play for a few weeks. However, any progression quickly shows you that the entire game is designed around a greedy micro transaction model. The constant changes and update to event structure has increased effort but removed reward in an attempt to force players to spend real money to even be competitive. That coupled with constant crashes, server issues, and shoddy development means even when an exciting roll out takes place it is weeks before things work and often redesigns need to be done to create any semblance of game balance for players. Though the majority of events are simply cash grabs. It’s also important to note that this developer is not responsive to player feedback. The in game relic forging system is dependent on random chance and the percentages shown are very misleading. Players have been begging for a change to this system since the model was introduced, yet developers remain silent. If you want to see the amount of community engagement look at any post on their facebook page. You will see numerous complaints about the same issue for months without a comment from the developers, but hey they will give you a shout out on their live stream if you say something good if that sort of thing matters at all.
  • Don't download. Update ruined it.

    by Deadbeard
    Now it's strictly pay-to-win. I suppose they could wise up and fix this at some point. It's already too late. I've stopped playing since they killed the fun, and as grindy as the game is, there's no way I'm going to waste the time required (again) to get to back where I was (Elite League, and I made it there singlehandedly, too). Plus there's the whole trust issue. If they pulled this on us once, I can't believe they wouldn't do it again. I liked what they sold me, but then they broke it. There's no way to make me feel unviolated here. Future new developers take heed. P.S.-YES!!! This game is no longer in the top 200 free and top-grossing games. Sorry, I just couldn't resist coming back and publicly dancing on such a well-deserved grave! But as this changes the date of my review, I'd like to point out that the game was only a few months old when I originally wrote it. I can only imagine how many times they must've ruined the game between now and the first time for it to have finally come to this! But once you go down Greed Lane and start losing players, the only option left is to squeeze the remaining ones harder and harder. P.P.S.-Also, if you're going to update a formerly glowing review to reflect all the unfortunate changes made to the game, you should also update the number of stars you give it. People want to know how the game is, not was or could have been.
  • I’m really trying

    by Satrlett Marie
    I’ve been playing for a while and I do like the game. I have my own group and we were doing well for a while. The problem is people stoped playing the game and we got demoted and might face demotion again because my group is too small and no one wants to play once we start getting dogged on by the other groups that are bigger and more active than us. Just today I had 5 lands stolen from me by people 7 or 10 lvls above me. I only managed to get ONE back. People who spend actual money in the game have a HUGE advantage over people like my group who just grind through. We can’t even stand up for ourselves because these people are several lvls above us. Recruiting just does not exist for us to replenish our numbers. For leaders of alliances and their officers make new players more accessible to us. We need to recruit to keep ourselves going. Also the penalty needs to be harsher for attacking people several lvls lower than you. The game really beings to get tedious when you keep getting raided and robbed by a lvl 24 player and your lvl 15. The game isn’t a test or challenge when you literally have no chance against an opponent. I really want to keep playing this game, but I’m almost out the door. Do something or face losing an entire demographic.
  • Do not spend a dime on this game! Devs will not reimburse or compensate you in any way!!!

    by Tx_Broussard91
    So this past weekend there was an event for the titan Hel along with good relics to equip on her. I went ahead and spent $120 so I could fully complete the event plus a little more so I could get a good ranking in the end to win a good amount of either gems or divine gems. I had put effort in to get pretty far along the first couple of days to get a good start knowing that the event would end Sunday. Usually the events end around 3:00am for me so I knew I still had a good bit of time to push so I was just raiding when my portal stones would replenish plus the event timer showed i had over half a day remaining. When I logged on a little later to do one final big push the event was already over and ended well before the time shown remaining!!! I sent the developers a message concerning this matter and asking for some sort of compensation and all they did was beat around the bush avoiding a direct answer. So my message to the ones reading this is this, whatever you do DO NOT SPEND MONEY ON THIS GAME!! They will not compensate you for anything! You will never feel satisfied with what you purchased and your money will always feel like it was just wasted for nothing!
  • Mediocre At Best

    by Reaper5822
    Let me start off by saying that unlike a majority of people that have written reviews for this game, I have only spent a few days playing, but there are a few things I’ve noticed about playing in this short time. The biggest thing about the game that has driven me up a wall is the AI. I play multiple strategy games on my PC and saw that this was something similar on my phone but after playing a few missions, I realized that the game’s AI will automatically force your troops to basically ignore your orders and do their own thing and can ruin a complete strategy you want to set. There’s no setting to turn it off either. Secondly, the game focuses heavily on trying to pull money from your wallet so that you can get that extra advantage to get titans, gems, and resources so you can have a winning edge, even over players who have been playing way longer than you, and honestly it’s a little ridiculous. Finally, the game has crashes that still occur every once in a while, and it’ll happen randomly, and if you’re in the middle of a mission or raid, you lose all progress, your troops, and any rewards you were about to get. I’m not saying that it has potential to be better, but it’s not at that point right now by far.
  • Costs a fortune in real money to get anywhere!

    by TheOriginalNotehead
    It’s a fun, well-developed game. But there is a reason Zynga is headed towards making, literally, nearly a billion dollars in 2018, which is that in order to really advance in the game you will have to spend a lot of money. They know how to get their hooks into you, which will probably come as no surprise. Be aware that even if you plunk down $100 to buy a huge pile of gems (which is more than truly epic console games cost), you won’t get very far. You will often find that advancing to the next level requires upgrades to buildings that cost much more food or gold than your storage facilities can hold, so you need to make up the difference with gems. It takes massive amounts of play time (or money) to acquire and level up the 3- and 4-star titans. If you look at videos of truly massive battles, you’re seeing players who have hacked the game somehow, are sponsored, or else spent literally thousands of dollars, which I think is abhorrent. The game is certainly enjoyable enough to justify spending 5 or 10 bucks, but now after a few weeks I’m ready to move on.
  • This game teaches people how to BULLY.

    by ICAC88888
    This is the second game I played similar to this kind of style game. However, this game is NOT fun. The game developers are trying to make money by designing this game to deliberately make you angry, because the more angry you get, the more money you spend. I realized this after spending a couple hundreds of dollars. Additionally, this game fosters and protects bullies. The game developers created a feature called “anchorage” that is a great tool for lower level players to use and protect themselves from higher level players. However, the game developers insist on disabling this “anchorage” feature because they say it creates a “balance” in the game. Creating a “balance” couldn’t be farther from the truth. By disabling this feature, the higher level players are able to take everything and anything away from lower level players whenever they want. Not having an “anchorage” feature allows higher level players/the bullies have free reign in this game. The lower level players can do nothing to protect themselves from these bullies. The only way lower level players can survive in this game is to pay money, lots and lots of money. If you live in the USA for a long time, you’ll realize that this game is basically creating an environment for bullies to thrive in.


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