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Realpolitiks Mobile

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$5.99
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Games & Simulation & Strategy
Last Update
Sep 07, 2021
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144

Avg rating,
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⭐3.5

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WARNING! The game DOES NOT work on discontinued 1GB of RAM devices (iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad mini 3, iPad Air and older). Supported languages: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Polish, Russian - PIXEL AWARDS 2017 Finalist! - Alpha Omegagaming - Bronze Award! "The right solution for anyone who wants to try their hand at becoming a leader of one of the world's superpowers!" - Spaziogames "A really good thing not only for fans of the strategic political fiction. It is also an excellent introduction to the world of grand strategy. I recommend it!" - CD Action Realpolitiks is a streamlined real-time grand strategy game that allows you to become the leader of any contemporary nation. Dive deep into the issues of the modern world, with its current geopolitical borders, using your country’s power and economic strength to engage in military conflicts and international affairs. Choose your own method of coping with other nations' interests, unexpected events, global threats and various crises. Deal with the disintegration of the European Union, terrorism, the aftermath of World War III and many other real and fictional scenarios. Based on three main political systems (democracy, authoritarianism, totalitarianism), Realpolitiks allows you to extend the influence of your country through various means, all in order to win the race for global domination. Use your diplomatic skills, economic advantages, military power and the full freedom of moral and ethical decision-making to become a world superpower and ensure the well-being of your citizens. Grow and develop your nation to the highest possible levels of economic power, technological competitiveness and military supremacy in globally-ranked charts. The choice is yours as to whether you become a valued member of the United Nations, or a nuclear tyrant, bullying all those around you. Expand your territory any way you like with the whole-world sandbox gameplay of Realpolitiks, even creating colonies out at sea. And if that's not enough, try spreading the seed of our civilization to outer space... Features: - Lead any country in the world to global domination in various game scenarios. - Shape your country's political system and determine its relations with other nations. - Deal with internal and external affairs and face threats from natural disasters, terrorism, financial crises and more. - Make use of common political instruments in your international relations, including spy tactics and espionage to directly influence other nations’ internal affairs. - Take the moral and ethical high road in your dealings with others, or not... - High replay value ensured by a broad decision tree in all matters, as well as diverse mini-scenarios and random events.

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JFoxxy883
Jan 05, 2019

Before I begin, I just want to say it is a really fun game, and I love how it plays. I would like certain things like being able to puppet countries, I would like to be able to have the option to liberate a nation with more than one province, I would like to have if two different countries are at war with let’s say Russia I would like the wars to join together and and have the peace deals joined, and I would like the ability to change a governments economy, military, and owned land before a game begins. I realize most of these are not really going to happen but just a few suggestions I would like (especially the last one). Pros: You can have military blocs, nukes are a thing, the environment gets damaged when you drop enough nukes, you can play as any country, multiple map scenarios, can change own country name and flag, it isn’t super easy to instantly win, and I’m sure there are many more. Cons: The fighting is a little bland, democracies can do almost nothing, China is virtually impossible to beat, money doesn’t appear to be a big deal, China is OP, a lot of time the text is just an error message, and China can have like 500 troops out at any given moment.

Unknown;Inhabitant
Jan 17, 2020

Note: It’s best played with New Power DLC for the full experience. Most of those bad reviews are fake and ignorant. There is no time limit. Once you reach the “time limit” you can either to choose to end the game right away or keep continuing until you’re satisfied or have achieved global dominance. This is a review coming from someone who knows the game inside out. What do you expect? For this game to be simpler? Oh man real life is just as hard trust me. Wars do take forever and so does in real life. The secret is, it’s not about the quantity of troops it’s based on your choices on how to achieve that war score. If you’ve read Sun Tzus art of war. It is stated that You have to be well prepared. Although the war system may look simple, there’s more to it than you might think. Its chess not checkers. So choose your wars wisely. There’s so many features, choices, strategies to accomplish your goal of total dominance. You can do peaceful annexations if done right. It all depends on your IQ. You have to be meticulous. Don’t fight wars you can’t win. The more you play the more experience you’ll gain. The more you know how the world of Realpolitiks work. This game is a test of how smart you are. This game isn’t for the insular. It’s extremely fun in its own way.

Cosmicflight Bongospirit
Dec 16, 2018

I love Realpolitiks. I’ve had it for awhile and play it often. However, I almost never finish the campaigns I start. Usually after 20 or 30 years I call it quits due to one glaringly unrealistic aspect of the game - the more you advance, the harder it becomes to maintain action points or money. In real life, countries build upon themselves; it’s easier for advanced countries to build on their existing development. Why is it, then, that I can have such a big lead my score is more than double that of the country in second place, but I have no action points? I’ve added policies that should make my government and economy much more efficient, but nothing seems to remedy this. I understand that the game should get harder as you go to keep it challenging, but I feel like these challenges can (and should) be more realistic. The United States is never going to fall apart in real life because it became too developed. Replacing this inexorable AP drain with perhaps more internal and external threats to your government would make the narrative of the game much more engaging and realistic.

Belta516
Aug 10, 2018

Gotta say, the newest update that added many features like the ability to change name and your flag is a decent thing why I liked and believe that the game desperately needed this. But my main problem lies with the DLC because I get that you need to make money and all...but the problem is that we already spent 2-3 dollars (been awhile don’t know if you dropped the price by now) so I believe the 3 dollars that you ask for the DLC could perhaps be dialed to perhaps to two dollars or one dollar and thirty cents....because it’s my personal opinion that price is fair for everyone involved....though I might be wrong and if so I take that fairly....so anyway besides the price of the newest DLC and the ability to change your nation’s name and flag and others name I believe it is a solid good strategy game

ProfessorShotgun
Aug 19, 2019

The game is visually/graphically pretty good for a mobile game, but the game in itself is really bad. I played it for a few hours and many unrealistic, and weird actions were taken by the A.I. I get that it’s all fictional and maybe for game’s sake faster paced than in reality to make it more action packed, yet the countries in the game are out of place and make moves that are absolutely impossible to make in real life. For example, how can Chile initiate a full frontal assault on Switzerland? It’s geographically impossible and politically improbable. Any country, whichever you choose can initiate war on any other just by initiating the war button, from that point forth, it’s one nations’ full military might against the other, which is technically impossible given the distance and/or other nations in between the two, but guess what? Sh— happens. I wasted $5.99 hoping it was something like the political map of the total war games in the modern world. Yet all I got was a boring, unrealistic and gibberish game which shouldn’t be worth more than $0.99. I’m told the PC version is much better, but at this point I’d rather not try it at all.

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About Realpolitiks Mobile

Developed by Jujubee.

Realpolitiks Mobile is ranking in   Games & Simulation & Strategy

Last update was at Sep 07, 2021and the current version is 1.6.4.

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Realpolitiks Mobile have a 144a user reviews.

Realpolitiks Mobile was released in the App Store. It is developed by Jujubee, who have also released the following apps.

Realpolitiks Mobile has 144 user reviews.​

Realpolitiks Mobile has an average rating of 3.5. ​The latest version of Realpolitiks Mobile 1.6.4​ ​​was ​released on Sep 07, 2021​.

You can download Realpolitiks Mobile ​here

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