Siegelord is a free-to-play medieval strategy/RPG MMO browser game by 37 Games. In Siegelord, players take control of a kingdom where they must recruit generals, raise an army and engage in massive battles to claim the throne. Siegelord features pure strategic battles where players can freely choose how to engage or counter the enemy’s strategy. Players can enjoy rich storyline quests or engage in PVP combat with other players online.


  • Publisher: 37Games, AMZGame
  • Release Date: 2014
  • Platform: Web Browser
  • Genre: Medieval
  • File Size: No Download
  • Free: Yes
  • PvP: Yes
  • Cash Shop: Yes


  • Recruit Generals – Players can recruit generals to fight with them in their quest to claim the throne. Generals can equip weapons, gears, accessories and even mounts. Generals command a unit that can compose of archers, cavalry, catapults and many other.
  • Interactive Combat Mechanic – Unlike most strategy browser games, combat gameplay in Siegelord is not automated. The game uses rock-paper-scissors mechanics where one is strong or weak VS the other. Players can strategically select a specific command/skill to counter the enemy’s moves.
  • In Depth Strategy with City-Building Elements – There are 4 classes/lords to choose from in Siegelord. After selecting a hero, players must select a kingdom to join from 3 factions: The Kingdom of Albion, Empire of Gorm or The Nords Alliance. Players will then take control of a stronghold where they can build and upgrade farms, dwellings, sawmills, etc. There are 4 types of resources players can accumulate in Siegelord: Food, Gold, Iron and Timber. Resource production is automated and measured by the hour and players can increase resource production by upgrading the production building.




Siegelord Minimum System Requirements


  1. What happened to this game? It has seriously gone pay-to-win!

  2. Played for a few months.. nice environment, decent players… team play as well as individual tasks… when the credit card warriors started winning the fq, it ruined it for me. IMHO it’s not a game if the win can be bought. If you follow the quests you level up too fast and lose some of the beginner benefits, which provide you with resource production for the long term. It seems the company doesn’t want you to enjoy the game they just want the money.
    They have a challenge for the first 3 days of game play that is very difficult to achieve without staying awake and essentially ignoring real life for that time. If you have a job and a family, it’s impossible to achieve without spending money on the game.
    Customer service isn’t all that great, you get the typical clear the cache and refresh the page, make sure flash player is up to date, etc… If I was considering making a donation to a decent game, this one would not get it.

  3. is this any good?

  4. Good game but not alot of things to do after completing the campaign, this game needs more content updates

  5. Really good game considering its a Browser Game. I have been pissed by a lot of Browser Games and this one had me.. Kind of addicting!! Kudos 37Games!! 🙂

  6. The game looks promising considering that is new. I just dont like how its like othher generic strategy browser games…

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