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  • Taste of Power: Screen zum Spiel Taste of Power.
  • Taste of Power: Screen zum Spiel Taste of Power.
  • Taste of Power: Screen zum Spiel Taste of Power.
  • Taste of Power: Screen zum Spiel Taste of Power.
  • Taste of Power: Screen zum Spiel Taste of Power.
  • Taste of Power: Screen zum Spiel Taste of Power.
  • Taste of Power: Screen zum Spiel Taste of Power.
  • Taste of Power: Screen zum Spiel Taste of Power.
  • Taste of Power: Screen zum Spiel Taste of Power.
  • Taste of Power: Screen zum Spiel Taste of Power.
  • Taste of Power: Screen zum Spiel Taste of Power.
  • Taste of Power: Screen zum Spiel Taste of Power.
  • Taste of Power: Screen zum Spiel Taste of Power.
  • Taste of Power: Screen zum Spiel Taste of Power.
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  • Plattform: PC Veröffentlicht: 27.08.2019
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Über das Spiel

Taste of Power is a PC game about the alternative world of Middle Ages in the RTS genre. It shows the confrontation between Europe, China and the Middle East for dominance on the continent. The game includes building cities, recruiting troops, studying technologies and fighting large-scale warfare.

Taste of Power brings you a new experience of medieval warfare:
Artillery dramatically changes the course of battles. The numeral superiority no longer guarantees victory.
Engineers allow creating mobile defenses to protect strategic positions.
Underground tunnels allow transferring troops to defenseless enemy areas.

In addition, each side has a multitude of unique troops:
The warriors of Europe can form the construction of the “Phalanx”, build a wall of stakes, invoke the Crusaders, and have gunpowder artillery. European support troops can build fortifications, monks can raise the morale of the troops, and spies can revolt in enemy cities.

Chinese troops can create smoke screens to protect against enemy arrows, provoke support for Mongolian horsemen and have early rocket artillery. Chinese support troops can set up medical tents, traps and poison grenades.

Timurids is the third game side. They are represented by the warriors of the Middle East. War elephants, chariots with incendiary oils, engineers who can build underground tunnels and a lot more will be under your control.

The economy of the game is similar to a town-planning simulator in scale: the houses are built around the administrative center, the workers who collect resources, process them and carry finished goods to the warehouse, come out of them. In this case a player needs just a few clicks to manage cities. In addition to this, you can learn a lot of technologies in the game, trade and loot caravans.

Taste of Power is a game that challenges your strategy skills: will you be able to make the right decisions in a limited time-frame? Prove your speed and tactics by defeating the brutal AI. Discover a new word in real-time strategies and feel the Taste of Power.


  • Setzt 64-Bit-Prozessor und -Betriebssystem voraus
  • CPU: Intel Core i5 2.3GHz
  • GFX: Video 1 GB
  • RAM: 4 GB RAM
  • Software: Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
  • HD: 1600 MB verfügbarer Speicherplatz
  • DX: Version 10
  • LANG: Englisch
  • Setzt 64-Bit-Prozessor und -Betriebssystem voraus
  • CPU: Intel Core i5 3 GHz
  • GFX: Video 2 GB
  • RAM: 8 GB RAM
  • Software: Windows 10
  • HD: 1600 MB verfügbarer Speicherplatz
  • DX: Version 11
  • LANG: Englisch

Steam Nutzer-Reviews

83 Produkte im Account
38 Reviews
Nicht Empfohlen
33 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26.09.19 11:54
Gute Ideen aber derzeit zuviele Probleme und Fehler.
Wenn ich wieder 2 Hände habe schreibe ich eine ausführliche Bewertung. Dauert aber noch ein paar Wochen, solange die Empfehlung zu warten oder sich gut zu informieren.

Wer Gameplay sehen möchte bekommt hier was zu sehen:

339 Produkte im Account
180 Reviews
Nicht Empfohlen
65 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 07.07.21 19:18

A Broken, poorly optimized, garbage RTS with surprising decent Graphics...

The option menu is fairly void of any real ability to set certain levels of graphics or sound.

You play with three civs that are fighting in this alternate time period, Europeans, Asian and Arabic nations.

The city management seems pretty well put together, you can set villagers to collect resources or set to build structures.

I honestly believe this could have been good if it baked alittle longer with the right team..

So far not so bad right?

Well here is the biggest f*cking issue that kills it for me, path finding and unit attack commands barley work.. I sent a large army to the enemy and only half the soldiers do anything.. they literally just stand there till there killed or the few actually win.

Absolute trash and I would not recommend this game at all, its really bad and the few reviews paint that picture well.

123 Produkte im Account
2 Reviews
122 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15.12.20 04:29
Although it still need some more work in it's current state, It's a real fun RTS with much potential
43 Produkte im Account
2 Reviews
125 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 31.10.20 16:01
The graphics are of course outdated and sometimes there are bugs.
But how good it is that real RTS games are still appearing with fresh ideas and dynamic game mechanics!
I recommend to all RTS fans!
48 Produkte im Account
9 Reviews
Nicht Empfohlen
107 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12.09.20 20:55
Picked it up, it is not bad, but doesn't fill the void of a good RTS game. Everything builds itself and you just manage the troops. The troops are a bit clumsy around terrain and they just have simple attack and passive modes. So you really can't hold position and engage unless engaged and the troops do not return to their held locations so your really have to micro managing the troops. Not horrible, if I could star rate it I would give it 3.5/5.
3 Produkte im Account
1 Reviews
1189 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 09.04.20 15:33
I really like the game: The Lord of the Ring: The Battle for Middle-earth. And finally, I found a worthy sequel. I Got double satisfaction. The first from a good game and the second from the fact that I was able to help people in the fight against coronavirus COVID-19 .Team lot of respect.
4584 Produkte im Account
712 Reviews
Nicht Empfohlen
6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22.03.20 15:33

Written for 1561's Thoughts - Honest reviews, for busy people.

Taste of Power is a real-time strategy that I'm surprised came out of Early Access. Controls are unresponsive, and most of your units just stand there while other units die. 4/10

87 Produkte im Account
8 Reviews
104 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 08.11.19 21:35
It has good promise but the game engine needs lots of work the units sometimes are unresponsive and the sheer amount of units the computer can field in such a fast amount well...my computer cant handle it it crashes my system sadly. So the gist of my review is this...you might want a powerful computer that can handle a lot of things on screen if your gonna get this The A.I. is very swarm based.
3533 Produkte im Account
88 Reviews
144 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11.10.19 21:53
Taste of Power is a very good strategy game. There is a good variety in the troops you can choose.

There are 3 sides to choose: European Confederation, Chinese Empire and Timurid Khalifat.

The graphics are also good. I think the game has a very good price for what you receive.

Take a look at the battle between Europe and the Khalifat: https://youtu.be/GP9lky2PxeY
947 Produkte im Account
243 Reviews
192 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10.10.19 17:53
Taste of Power is a real-time strategy game that absolutely nails the classic RTS vibe (namely RTSes released during the genre's heyday between the late 90s and the early 2000s). For an indie game (from a small studio), the content this game is able to offer is pretty impressive. Taste of Power comes with a full-fledged campaign and several other game modes like survival (focusing more on the defensive gameplay), confrontation (a.k.a. skirmish), and multiplayer mode; plus 3 unique factions, with each featuring more than 15 different types of units.

Watch me play!

Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22q-_RHdamg
Part 2 (because my internet decided to quit on me): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=io_gnyQsTFk
- Played several levels of campaign, right up until I encounter a bug that forces me to replay the level.

The gameplay here is mainly focused around warfare, whereby using the correct unit counters and/or abilities, in addition to having overwhelming numbers, will really make a difference between a win and a defeat. You can also group your units into custom battalions and send them into battle as necessary.

The empire management aspect of the gameplay, on the other hand, is pretty much automated here - you just need to assign your villagers in each village to the task you want them to do, whether it is to trade with another friendly village to earn gold, gather resources (only 1 type) or build stuff, and they will do it automatically. Automation is a pretty neat idea here since it'll allow you to focus more on your battles.

Similar to any RTS game, there are several different types of buildings in Taste of Power. Houses are needed to increase your population limit, forts and barracks are needed to build troops, and garrisons are built to protect your village. There are also various other buildings, which goes by different names depending on the faction you play, that will let you upgrade your units' stats or unlock a new ability. You can and should set up more villages too, mainly because the more villages you have, the more trades and hence, gold you'll get.


+ Impressively in-depth tutorial (Art of War mode)
+ Well-varied units
+ Only 3 factions but each faction has their own unique strengths
+ Nice graphics!
+ Many game modes - campaign (with several difficulty levels), survival, confrontation and multiplayer.
+ You can amass a pretty huge army - 1000 population cap.
+ Lots of replayability even after you've completed the campaign = The price is right!


- Bugs and glitches
> I ended up getting stuck in the Chinese part of the campaign because I decimated all enemy cities before the campaign objectives said that I should.
> After setting up spikes, your Imperials is basically stuck in place - you won't be able to ask them to pack up the spikes or get them to move away from the barricade they've built.
> Units may sometimes get stuck and there's no way for you to force kill your own units to free up some population slots.
- Not the best voice acting (campaign)
- Highlighting units doesn't seem to work well if you start your highlight above a building - You'll select the building instead.
- Game's a bit clunky at times.


Taste of Power definitely gave me a shot of nostalgia with its somewhat classic-like RTS gameplay. The game also has lots of content, including a unique Survival mode, which further bolster its replayability - I should clarify that the level of content here may not be on the same level as Rise of Nations or AoE since there are a lot more factions and maps there, but I'd say it's probably around the level of games like Red Alert. Unfortunately, the game still has some pretty bad bugs that may frustrate some players. So, unless you're a huge fan of RTS games and are a pretty patient gamer, it might be best to wishlist the game first.

Side Note

If you like this review and would like to follow me for more, please feel free to drop by my curator page: https://store.steampowered.com/curator/33780629-The-Midcore-Gamer/
6337 Produkte im Account
130 Reviews
353 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 09.03.19 00:41

Taste of Power is set in an alternate medieval world, where you’ll be able to play as one of three nations on offer at this current time. Build and develop your city and surrounds, upgrade your troops in this real time strategy/city building game brought to you by OneOcean LLC

On the main menu screen, you’ll find Single play, Options, Unit Review and Exit. Clicking on Single Play will take you to the options for setting up a game to your personal preference. Here you can choose the map to play, currently there’s only two maps to play, with a third map for use as a tutorial. Choosing the map Art of War (tutorial) will reveal six chapters: Tactics and Management, Features of the Europeans, Chinese Warriors and the Timurids, Technology and Features of the economy. Each of these subjects will take you through how to play the game, along with the strengths and weaknesses of each nation. Once you’ve gone through the tutorial to familiarise yourself with the game, it’s time to start. Currently you only have the choice of two maps to play on, either the Frontier Island or the Rise of the Sun maps.

The Frontier Island is a medium-sized map, where you can develop your city, recruit troops, investigate technology and build new settlements at certain points around the map. The object of the game on this map is to destroy all the enemy’s administration centres.

The Rise of the Sun is larger than the Frontier Island map where you can improve your strategies and manoeuvres as you battle with the enemy. This map represents two nations battling over border locations, with plenty of space to build and grow settlements and cities.

Once you’ve decided which map to play on, next up is choosing a nation. There are currently three different nations you can choose from: Europeans, Chinese and the latest edition, Timurids. Each nation has their own strengths and weaknesses. To help you decide which to play, you can check out the Units Review on the main menu screen, where you’ll find information on each of the nation’s units, buildings and technologies. Next you have the choice of three game difficulties, either Beginner, Normal or Experienced, and finally your choice of opponent from one of the two remaining nations.

You start each game with an administration building, farm and four houses to help you on your way. Each house will have a squad of workers, who can be sent out to collect resources, manage the materials and for the construction of new buildings. A city will need at least eight sets of houses to maintain it with enough workers. Once you’ve got a few more houses, and resources are coming in, you’ll need to build a barrack. This will allow you to train your troops; at first, you’ll only have two types of troops at your disposal. Creating other buildings like the arsenal, academy and fort will allow you more options and new technologies for your troops.

Before long you’ll soon have to expand into the lands surrounding you; to do this you’ll need a Settler, which you can acquire from the administrative building. Once you have one, click on him and an arrow will point out of the city where you’ll be able to settle down. Send the settler to this point and they’ll construct a new administration building, from here you can start building another settlement. Once you have two or more settlements then they’ll start trading automatically between settlements.

As you move around the map and uncover more of your surroundings, you may run into the enemy and have to fight your way out. If you have some spies, though, you can move them ahead to scout an area (they can have invisibility).

Another neat trick of the spy is that they can start rebellions in your enemy’s camp which will pit them against each other. In total there are fourteen types of troops, nine buildings and thirteen technologies for each nation, although they will differ slightly from one another.

Once you’ve massed enough troops for battle and have found the enemy’s base of operations (if they haven’t already come for you) then it’s time to attack. However, make sure you’re using the right troops when attacking an enemy’s unit. Things like smoke or spike walls can help protect your troops, while turning the tide in your favour. So off you trot, get building your city, settle in the surrounding areas, build a devastating army and conquer your enemy!

In the options on the main menu screen you’ll find the settings for Sound (Music and Sound volume controls), Display (Quality and V-Sync), Controls (Keyboard and Mouse Sensitivity) and Game Tips (some information on game play).

The game is currently in early access and there’s a couple things which need sorting. There’re some grammar mistakes here and there. Also, you can’t always see information when you click on the icons on the bottom right of the screen, which I think is being worked on. The game is enjoyable to play; it could do with some more maps but hopefully there’ll be some in the future.

+ Easy to learn
+ Fun game
+ Nice graphics and music

- No save features
- No Achievements
- No cards yet

Develop your city and build settlements in the surrounding area. Create an army to destroy your enemy or use your spy to plot a rebellion within your enemy's base and watch them turn on each other. 6/10

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409 Produkte im Account
9 Reviews
61 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23.02.19 08:03
This Game needs a lot of work still and the voice acting is probably the worst ive ever come across in a game.
but it has solid foundations and a lot of potential to be an amazing game. im really looking forward to seeing the final outcome and was happy to pay the price for supporting it. Good Job One Ocean allthough i hope your going to add walls!
22 Produkte im Account
3 Reviews
344 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30.12.18 22:42
clunky interface, poor coordination between where you are pointing and where it atually goes on the global map make this trying. While it has real potential in the form of the game like rise of nations, it has a way to go before it challanges it. I await updates and improvements... Also needs more map choices . Recommend it with some reservations
237 Produkte im Account
60 Reviews
63 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16.12.18 09:10
This real time strategy game offers a plethora of civilizations to play as and multiple gamemodes and maps to play on. If you are interested in history based games or competitive strategy games, you will enjoy Taste of Power. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLRYznyiojA
143 Produkte im Account
14 Reviews
698 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 05.12.18 10:15
The Game ist still in a very early stage but the Developers seem very open with what the future content will bring and if you want to create a good game together with the Devs, I believe this could be your chance.

That said, you get now a very professional tutorial (something I have never seen that good in a RTS) and 2 Maps you can play against KI. So keep in mind that the content now is small. Multiplayer will be added in late 2019 (thats what they told me). A lot of work ahead but this Game with a lot of work could become a very nice RTS people will talk about.
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