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Royal Envoy is one of many Time Management type games that is easy to play and easy to follow.
The game has it's own little storyline but I haven't a clue what it is. I am not one for storylines in games, I simply want to get on with playing the game itself so not so fussed about sitting through endless drivel. Thankfully, on the whole, you can skip through all the dialogue and straight onto the levels. There is a few times when you have to wait a few seconds before you are able to click and move the dialogue along but it is only annoying to the very impatient.
You play along different levels that are based on different islands, the first island being the short tutorial ones. For those that grasp the game easily you can choose to skip the tutorial and complete the level at your own luxory. Each level is timed but, instead of losing and having to start again, when the timer runs out you don't get the expert 'star' and simply pass onto the next level.
It is easy enough to get into with the levels increasing in difficulty and more difficult tasks to do as you proceed. It is a simple build, save money, have 'x' amount of materials type of quests per level. To make it even easier there is a 'cheat' option. In the upper right corner there is a question mark, click on it to be shown how to pass the level in expert time move for move. These cheat sheets become great once you have completed the game but want to get the expert achievement for all levels.
The game itself is in 2D basics graphics with bright colours and a pleasant enough, repetitive background music. As with all games, you can choose to turn the music and sound effects down but they are not very intrusive in the first place.
I would recommend this game to fans of the Time Management building type games, it is easy to play, practically impossible to not pass levels and you can easily lose yourself in level upon level.