Just control your archer, shoot at others and try not to catch their arrows. Easy? It's a test or practice for your micro control skill.
Get used to the delay if you are on a slow connection.
--Everyone has an archer. He can get another one if his archer is killed.
--The object is to shoot at the enemies and gain scores as many as you can.
--You can choose one of the 18 civs to play. Every civ has its advantages and weaknesses. For example: British is good at Acc, Celt is good at Range, Aztec is good at Armor, Huns is good at Speed, Chinese is good at HP, and Saracen is good at Attack.
--Things that may affect a civ to be good or bad can be the map, the civs of the allies and enemies, or even the game speed.
--Player 1-4 are in Team 1, Player 5-8 are in Team 2.
--Scores can be gained in killing or revealing the map.(If you lose units, you will not lost scores!)
--In the end, the team which has the higher score wins the game.
--There is an Ai in the Zip, you can play with them when all your friends do not want to play.
--Everyone should launch AOK:TC 1.0c with the data file in the zip.
--You can use the computer player if there are not enough players, but never use "Hardest"!
--Civ: Choose the civ you prefer!
--Speed: At will. But the delay is awful so I do not suggest choosing "Fast".
--Victory: Standard or Time Limit. ("Standard" is "300 Years time limit")
--Starting Age: At will, but never choose "Post-Imperial Age".
--Game Record: At will, but there will be much delay if the game is being recorded.
Functions to be achieved in future:
--New maps unlike this simple one
--Ai for Single Player which has 4 difficulty settings
--Civs to be of more balance