Would give it more stars but frankly when you get up higher and watch everyone get event gods around you whilst lucking out every time it, it just slowly chews away at wanting to continue. I'm pretty much done and will never give another cent to this game. Takes weeks at time to get rebirths then it's oh well better luck next time. To get rebirth through comets which you can buy cost 60 odd dollars for one try at an event God and I hear the max retries before you get one is 30. So... How long do I have to play before getting just one? Months? Years? Meh I done so least I'll have a an extra 8 bucks a month.
I give this a 5/5 because the gameplay is fun and diverse , storyline campaign is awesome because it's about conquering the land and the conquered lands give offerings 3 times a day. But mainly the very concise help I recived , if you have any problems contact them ASAP, they WILL help unlike most games. Keep up the good work guys!
I have been trying to play this amazing game all morning... Literally played through the tutorial 4 times now because every single time I quit the game, it starts over :/
Thanks for helping. But I deleted it and again downloaded it and logged in to my account and then it works. I love this game from my heart. But sir this problem still continues,you should say anything else way. As I already used that way of clearing ''cached data''
Good game starting off, but soon you realize the troops and gods are extremely clueless against defending gods, troops, and walls. Crucial raids and war attacks can be quelled by the mighty wall.
I do like this game and I'd keep playing it IF I didn't already build a village (DivineChild is my nickname) and logged in while being singed in to my Google account and saving my progress to see that I have to start the game over again? NOT COOL.
Dawn of Gods 2.1: Winter Invasion
- New Gods! Our two new gods Ashur and Geb are ready to join your army!
- Invasions: fend off invaders and gain great rewards
- Celestial Wheel event: spin the wheel and get amazing prizes