Top 10 ROBLOX Free Paradox AlternativesThis list is for free alternatives of famous paradox titles (europa universalis, hearts of iron, crusader kings, etc.) on the social game creation platform called ROBLOX.
Iron Assault is a multiplayer RTS that takes you back to 1936, where you can control a nation from Honduras to the USSR and go to war, write laws, choose an ideology, make an alliance and more! The built in map editor allows you to create custom nations, at any time period. The game-play is more simplified than some of the other titles, but it is a time killer and an overall fun multiplayer experience.
Love the game. Simple and fun!
Rise of Nations is a multiplayer RTS that places you in the modern world, where you can take control of over 100+ different nations, and form great empires from Charlemagne to Mongol. This title does not include a map editor however, and is more advanced game-play wise, but still makes for a fun multiplayer experience.
The War Universalis Series puts you in the shoes of a kingdom from the fall of Rome to the Siege of Vienna, Explore, Expand, Exploit, Exterminate your surroundings, conquer smaller duchies and principalities, put down revolts, and take over the world as a great super-power. There is no map editor, and the game is quite advanced for the target age of ROBLOX. But again, it makes for a fun multiplayer experience.
Based on the Civilization Series, Hex Empires is an RTS that places you in an undiscovered world, and allows you to create settlements and armies to defeat the barbarians across the map, take over the world as a great empire in this single-player or multiplayer experience. Although the game has no map editor and has a few broken mechanics and doesn't work as well as the others.
Territory Conquest is a multiplayer RTS that places you on a map of a country, a continent, or the world, discover the land surrounding you, and conquer your competitors. This game has no historical value, or map editor, and rarely has any active players.
Very addicting game. Very simple as well.
Risk: Universalis is a multiplayer Role-Play game where you can pick a country, and role-play your way to the top, the game is quite literally a role-playing game, and there is not much to say about it, people often grief and ruin hours of role-playing, and there isn't really a valid 'game' to play.
Very similar to Risk: Universalis, World Conquest allows you to roleplay from 1444-2020, although there are almost constant griefers in the public game, and in the group member only game the moderators and admins are extremely strict. Overall a not-very fun experience.
Although a fun game, it does'nt resemble any paradox titles at all.
Victoria Adversum places you in an empire from the Siege of Vienna to the Franco-Prussian war. The game is not playable yet.
Almost the same game as World Conquest, it used to have a lively community until it died.