Tribal Wars 2 videos


  • What Do We Love About… Tribal Wars 2?
  •   We’re checking out InnoGames medieval RTS MMO Tribal Wars 2 for our next “What Do We Love About…?” article. Here players rule over their own village settlement, tasked with constructing buildings, managing resources, training and army and expanding their borders as they compete...
  • A Second Village in Tribal Wars 2
  •   A new feature has been just implemented into Tribal Wars 2, Second Village. This new feature speeds up significantly the game progress in the beginning, allowing players to get a second village through quests within five days, helping them to reach mid-game quicker. InnoGames has...
  • Tribal Wars 2 Review
  •   We recently took some time out to try the new mediaeval strategy city/Empire building browser MMO from InnoGames Tribal Wars 2, the sequel from the very popular original Tribal Wars now with new features, improved interface and updated graphics. The game itself is in many ways be...


8 Comments - "Tribal Wars 2 Review"

  1. Scott 13/12/2014 at 21:13 -

    I would not recommend this game to anybody. I have dipped in to quite a few MMORTS games, and this is by far the biggest pay 2 win game on the net. You can buy everything in game. You can not compete with anybody that is spending money. (And if you end up trying to play. You will soon find out there are several people willing to spend as much as it takes to win. If you look at the cost of items and watch some peoples progression you will soon find you they are spending HUNDREDS of dollars on the game) Also, if you are not able to catch a world right when it starts and get in do not even bother. Everybody else in the game will be so far ahead the only chance you will ever have of catching up is if you got a really big bank account. The game also employs moderators that play the game who obviously are not paid. I have come to find out they are all very petty and childish. They are the same in each world. If you manage to get anywhere in the game or have spent alot of money on it. You will attract their attention. They will then try to get you to join their side. If you do not or oppose them in any way they will have you banned. I watched this happen several times throughout both Tribal Wars and Tribal Wars 2. In short all InnoGames are developed not around good game play, but around the sole idea of “How can we make a game that will suck as much money out of people as possible?” There are plenty of better games to invest your time in, don’t waste it here or on InnoGames.

  2. LaForge 09/02/2015 at 20:17 -

    This game is extremely unstable.
    I was a huge fan of TW1 but the pay aspect has completely ruined the competitiveness of it. Sad too since it has so much potential but yet lacks many small features that would bring it to the next level. Did I mention it’s ruined by being able to pay for everything?
    FIX the glitches, perhaps adopt a premium aspect like in 1 and for gods sake make it more stable!!!

  3. wossi 24/02/2015 at 11:03 -

    you start with nothing in the middle of people who are so far ahead that you cannot get anywhere near what they have all they do is wait for your 5 days of immunity to run out then attack which means they take all you have whether you paid for it or not, You have to start the game all over from scratch

  4. Deathdeala 12/04/2015 at 07:35 -

    I can see how the above people can see the game. Being able to pay to fast track some things helps but is definitely not necessary nor the only way to win. I grew to 100 villages in TW1, world 23 without paying anything. But then had to pay I think $3 a month to get premium to be able to manage so many villages. Paying money didn’t help me grow or win, it saved me time in micro managing my villages. I then grew to over 1,300 villages but at that point premium ($3 a month) was absolutely necessary to control my empire.

    Activity is the key to succeeding at TW not money. You cant expect to win by playing an hour or two each evening. You do have to play, send attacks, build monitor for incoming attacks and react several times every day. Or else you will be caught off guard, get attacked and cleared of troops and have your villages taken off you.

    And the other aspect to survival is joining the stronger tribes around you or being more trouble than it is worth for them to destroy you. So you get invited rather than attacked. Or you hold out the attacks long enough, earn their respect then join.

    Anyway, much more complex than the simplistic explanations above in my opinion, from someone who has competed in end game and been in a winning tribe.

  5. Danny 11/05/2015 at 14:04 -

    I love this game, and I’ve played a lot of games that are pay to play.
    Recently dropped over $1,200 In Game Of War.
    This game is one of the most expensive games I’ve played ever.
    LOTR MMO was okay but join a big guild you get free items.
    So far this game is not p2p. Amazing PvP and reminds me of Evony online. My first MMO RtS
    TW2 is about team work and being active.
    Not about credit card warriors.
    I rate this 8.5/10

  6. gordo 30/06/2015 at 13:13 -

    For people complaining about pay to win system, TW 1 has worlds where you cannot spend your premium for anything more then premium accounts/looter assistant.

    As TW2 i managed to get very far without spending single $ on it.

    My biggest complain is very slow worlds speed that made me bored after some time.

  7. AtomicSnuffBomb 15/01/2016 at 18:56 -

    I was #1 in this easy rts game, it just became too time consuming…it is easy to beat people who pay by use of diplomacy. Anyways Don’t play this game, it is a waste of time. Plus the player base is very rude and childish.

  8. John 14/03/2016 at 18:42 -

    I have a Mac and get a lot of spinning balls so I have to Force Quit and reload. Very slow progress also makes for a very slow game. Still learning the game as it is not all that intuitive. Graphics are different and much better than TW1