Strategy card game. Compete against players from all around the world in the digital adaptation of this
multi-award winning tabletop game.
Playable offline against the Artificial Intelligence. Internet connection required for online functionalities.
Fast-paced, well-balanced and accessible strategy card game.
Develop your military, scientific, commercial or civil domains… Choose your strategy and place your cards to develop your civilization and construct one the seven wonders of the world.
The simple rules and the convenient tutorial will help you master the interface and the different game concepts to guarantee an incredible gaming experience.
COMPETE ON EQUAL TERMS: There are no cards to collect, the drafting mechanism guarantees that players are on an equal footing each game. Your strategy will make the difference, not the size of your card collection.
DON’T WAIT, JUST PLAY: All players act simultaneously, as such you do not wait for each other player to finish their turn.
PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT: Sharpen your skills by playing against the A.I.
MULTIPLAYER: Up to 7 players per game.
GAME LENGTH: 5–8 Minutes
This was my favourite time killer game on my phone. But now I've upgraded my phone and the game no longer works. Disappointing.
Just as good as the card game
Love the game.. but, bought both expansions twice and it would register in-app only until the next reboot!!! Pressing the "Restore Purchase" does NOTHING. Emailed the developer and NO REPLY!!!
I love the card game. I am addicted to playing it non-stop. My problems with the game is no back button, to take a move back against a computer player so you can see what would happen if you did something different. I am a chess player and you learn from your mistakes. I also hate/love the tiny symbols-card in the game. I have bad eyesight you should be able to set how big you want the cards or symbols on the cards. There is also glitches on how much you need to pay for a card.
A very good adaptation of the board game. The UI is intuitive and easy to use, though it still has a few annoyances. Also, the AI doesn't have the "fear of losing" that a human has and so seems to take more risks (e.g. not taking resource cards or taking too many) so sometimes you can be caught out if you are expecting your neighbour to take a particular resource. This makes the play experience different from playing the actual board game (not bad, just different).