||Go to the Market to trade resources or treasures.
||Upgrade your title. Go to "TASK" to complete a task "Upgrade Title". To upgrade your title, you must reach a minimum prestige requirement. Sometimes upgrades even require treasure.
||Build as many new cities as your level allows. This gives you more resources to support your kingdom.
||Wage war on the cities of
your opponents to collect extra resources and prestige!
||Congratulations on your ascent through the ranks!
We recommend that new players get a head start by reading the information below:
Main Interface - Top Bar
Let's get to know the main interface of Haypi
Kingdom. First of all, the top bar.
Click the top bar to see details of resources as shown below:
You can see 7 icons on the top bar: wood, stone, iron, crop, worker, money, and coin.
Wood, stone, iron, and crop
are necessary for upgrading buildings, training troops, and building walls. They can also be bought and sold in the Market. You will need to upgrade your Lumber Mill, Stone Mine, Iron Mine, and Cropland to increase resource production. Tap on each icon for details.
Crops feed your troops. If you have a large troop count, you need to watch your crop supply. If you don’t have enough crops, your troops will starve.
Workers are needed for upgrading buildings, training troops, selling at trades, etc. Your total number of slaves is determined by the level of your Main Building.
Money is needed for trading at the Market or furthering your technology. You can make money by selling goods at Marketplace, occupying forts, or exchange coins for it (1 coin = 2000 money). You can get money from hunts as well!
Coins can be used to speed-up upgrades, enhance the production of your resources, pay for VIP time, buy resources or treasures, recall troops, enhance the loyalty of your cities, and more. You can receive coins from several sources:
Try Your Luck;
A player you recruit reaches 1st Viscount;
Unlocking treasure chests;
The “Earn Free Coins" option in Shop;
Purchasing them in Shop;
New players start off with 30 coins.
Main Interface - Menu
The bottom frame on the main page. You can see 12 buttons on the bottom bar.
There are three chats to choose from: World, Alliance, and Private. World chat is for all players on your server, Alliance is for just members of your alliance, and Private is for one-on-one conversations with another player. To use Private Chat, add a player to your Friends list and select their username.
ALLIANCE: Your alliance is your team. Players in an alliance help each other out, coordinate attacks, or even work together to build a powerful alliance army. Players in the same alliance cannot attack each other. Check the Alliance List to see how many alliances there are and use the ">>" and "<<" buttons to flip from page to page.
TASK: Follow the task list and complete the tasks one-by-one. Before you tap Reward, make sure you have enough warehouse capacity to accept the reward.
HELP: The beginner’s guide in the Help section is a quick and easy reference to use.
RANK: You can see the rank positions of all players in Haypi Kingdom. You can select which rankings list you want to view: title, prestige, or alliance.
Title: There are 20 titles altogether, ranging from 3rd Civilian to King (For details, please see www.haypi.com/general.htm).
Prestige: To gain a new title, you must meet the minimum prestige requirement. Some titles also require treasure.
SHOP: In Shop you can purchase coins. You can choose from six available packages.
GENERAL: Here you can distribute your attribute and skill points. You can also upgrade skills and equip treasures here. Tap Management to see additional options. (For details, please see www.haypi.com/general.htm).
MAP: Select Map to view your location and neighborhood in Haypi Kingdom. The full map size is 600x600 with coordinates ranging from [0,0] to [600,600]. All players are positioned somewhere on the map.
Each point on the map represents a city, oasis, fort, or empty field. The numbers on each city, oasis, and fort represent their levels. Different colors mark different groups. Your own cities are in green, your allies’ cities are in yellow, and all the other cities are in red. Unoccupied oases and fortified points are marked in white.
Similarly, oases and fortified points that you have occupied are marked in green, those of your allies are marked in yellow and those by rival players are marked in red.
CITIES: Tap Cities to see details of your main city, sub cities, forts, and oases.
ACTION: If you send troops out, you can watch their status under Action. For some actions, you can call troops back with Retreat or Pull Back.
TREASURE: Tap Buy Treasure to choose from a selection of goods like resources, money, nuggets, treasures, etc.
LETTER: Go to Letter to see letters from other players, trade reports, war reports, and other notices.
Main Interface - Buildings
Cropland: Cropland produces crop.
Iron Mine: The Iron Mine produces iron.
Stone Mine: The Stone Mine produces stone.
Lumber Mill: The Lumber Mill produces wood.
Main Building: The Main Building produces the slaves needed to upgrade buildings, train troops, and transport resources from one city to another. To have more worker available, you must upgrade your Main Building.
Warehouse: Your Warehouse stores four resources: crop, iron, wood, and stone. You need to upgrade your warehouse to increase its capacity.
Cranny: The Cranny protects your resources from raids by other players. Upgrading your Cranny increases the amount of resources it can protect.
Barracks: The Barracks are where you can train troops (For details, please see www.haypi.com/troops.htm). Upgrading the Barracks can speed up the time it takes to train your troops.
Technology Center: The Technology Center is where research takes place. Here you can enhance the abilities you already have or learn how to build traps and turrets. Tech research costs money. Their effects are shared by all of your cities.
Marketplace: You may buy or sell resources or treasure at the Market. Please note that selling resources costs slaves and the Market takes a 10% commission on your earnings.
City Wall: The City Wall is built to protect a city from attacks. To reinforce the city wall, you can build traps and turrets. By increasing the levels of your traps and turrets, you increase your city’s defense.
Traps are pits that catch invaders as they try to cross into your city. The higher level the trap, the more enemies it can catch. If you have points in Convince, you can convince some trapped enemies to join your side. To build or upgrade traps, you must do some research on them first.
Turrets are built on city walls at attackers from a distance. High level turrets are extremely powerful. To build or upgrade turrets, you must do research on them first.
Speed-Up: If you want to quicken the speed of a build or upgrade, you can use coins to do a Speed-Up.
Enhance: Increases resource production by 50% for a period of time. You have three options: 1 coin for a period of 24 hours, 5 coins for 7 days, and 20 coins for 30 days.
VIP: Ordinary players have 2 action slots at a time for building, technology, traps and turrets, hunting, transport, transports, and dispatches. VIP players get 3 action slots.
To Add VIP Time: Go to Kingdom Management (you can find it under General or the Main Building) and select Add VIP Time. You have four options: 10 coins for 1 week of VIP time, 30 coins for 1 month, 120 coins for 6 months, and 200 coins for 1 year.
Expert: Expert is a role bestowed on outstanding players who are respectful, attentive, and help guide beginners through the game. Experts also keep the chatrooms clean.
There are just a few Experts on each server. Experts are
selected based on favorable response from other players and
Haypi Kingdom staff's evaluation. Experts will enjoy VIP time
for free. Please note that the Expert title is not permanent, and it
PS: Many of our players have inquired about how to become administrators. We thank you all for your interest and support, but
administrator positions are for Haypi staff only.
If you would like to learn more, visit our website at www.haypi.com. If you have suggestions or questions about the game, feel free to email us at email@example.com.