I haven't played too many games where you develop a location, collect resources, build new things, etc. but this one has a pretty good balance of factors that keep me playing. Its "goal oriented" to try and build x building. Turns or actions are not limited by an energy cost. And its interesting out of space limitations I find I'll demolish buildings to build "the latest and greatest" and then days or weeks later when I've expanded my space I'll rebuild some of the earlier production buildings. The game offers pretty decent alternatives for getting crystals (the premium content resource you can buy with actual money) other than buying them, but its still a little slow. I do sort of wish that holiday buildings didn't take quite so many resources to build (it took me about a month and a half to build all the Christmas stuff). Also some production resources will accumulate and sit in my inventory without me having a use for them. For a while potions were really important, now I'm capped out and not needed them for a couple weeks. Its a pretty cute game, but it takes a lot of patience to build up the proper resources for completing buildings. Still, I like the variety of styles of buildings, you have human, goblin, some swampy buildings and some toadstool based buildings for gnomes. So if you're looking for a casual building game for tapping at the bus stop I'd give this one a try.
I really enjoy playing this game I like it also 4 the fact that you can play this game offline as well so at least I’ll have something 2 keep me occupied if 4 some reason my internet stops working.
I must admit, you got me fascinated with the idea of a city building game. However, my one complaint i have with this game, another which shall not be mentioned in this review is, it isn't compatible with voiceover so that visually impaired folks, such as myself, can play it.
Was having a blast and then 2x I get to level 11 an 12 area and the game resets itself back to the very beginning. All that work and time spent for nothing!!😡😡🤬
I'm pretty surprised with this game. At first I didn't think too much of it because of its' low amount of ratings (a sign something is usually amiss, at least to me). But I gave it a shot. And I'm really glad I did. This has been a fun and rewarding experience! The UI is top notch, everything is clear and easy to read, very well organized. The game does a good job walking you through the ropes, slowly unlocking access to features so you don't get overwhelmed. The cash currency isn't a big deal, you can watch videos to earn it. The mixture of resource management and city planning is detailed enough to encourage me to keep playing but not daunting, either. For example, keeping your citizens happy by decorating, and making sure roads connect to buildings so said citizens can access them. My only gripe is that sometimes the quest dialogs will have words strung together, and even the odd "large format" text where the npc's name should be. But that's very minor, and leaps better than most freemium titles. I never leave huge reviews, but I felt this game really deserves more of a following. Play it, you have nothing to lose and might just consider this a gem in a sea of cookie cutter mobile games.
Developed by XYRALITY GmbH.
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Last update was at May 30, 2021and the current version is 1.1.32.
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