Review from Stefan Lipsius
Really liking the game. The quests give you reason to reset early and often, which I prefer. I wish there was an auto sell. Whether it be through a boost, or maybe setting limits to how much your storage will hold. So you can say anything over 20 wood, you sell. there seems to be a bug with the bag of gold boost. Mine says 3200 gold per minute. If i have between 100k and 999k, that boost actually gives 3200 per second. Over all, great game though.
Game has been updated with a bunch of useful features. However the one feature that we all want (auto sell) is still missing. That's too bad. I appreciate the effort and thus has updated my review from 2 stars to 3 stars. With an auto sell feature, this app will be completed and gain another 2 stars from me.
updated: gave it another try...review stands; painful interface with a ton of dead space that forces scrolling over the map for no reason. extremely slow gameplay that forces resets to obtain earned rewards. not enjoyable.
The very definition of grinding. You WILL spend the next two hours of your life producing logs! Not joking. Decided to put it down so I could watch my paint dry.
It's pretty good except its not. If you really like watching ads you'll like it, or if you can't find a worthwhile charity to give your $5 to you can unlock the premium version that lets you progress without watching ads.
Just do not like starting over at the sane amount of money but still a great game over all
Play it every 15 minutes or 15 hours. Every restart gives bonuses to production based on quests completed. This is a fun semi-idler.
Fixed issue with local notifications not triggering
Fixed issue with occasionally crashing ads
Cloud Save no longer resets automation price
Accessibility: Product count in the city is no longer read as individual digits
Accessibility: Estate description now includes the build-out level as a number
Accessibility: Number formatting in quest descriptions improved for voice output
Accessibility: Opening a treasure chest no longer blocks the screen for a few seconds