This is a prime example of an Amiga game that has been ported over to CD-ROM. It's also a very old Amiga game. As you would expect, the main enhancement is a hi-fi audio soundtrack, which means that the very pretty and pleasant Amiga graphics which made a name for this one when it first appeared some four years ago are enhanced by some very pretty and pleasant music done on a synthesizer and sounding just about medieval enough to suit the atmosphere of the game.
There's also some audio by an actor as the narrator who comments on your progress through the game. This is the voice of an American pretending to be English and sounds like a cross between an insurance salesman and an Australian.
The game itself is a simple strategy game set in Merrie England of the medieval knights and jousts period. Its based on building up the strengths of your army to acquire land and take castles until the whole of England falls under your sway. Battles are just commentaries in which you are told whether you've won or lost, with only the simplest of decision-taking involved and no real information on which to base directions.
This is interspersed with joystick-
To be honest though, there's not an awful lot of game here, though what there is is enjoyable enough. Some of the static screens with CD music are delightful, but even these get annoying after a while as they hold up the gameplay. But this does come over as a professional CD presentation that bit extra than the Amiga version.