I love this digital adaptation of the card game Jaipur. Wonderfully done and allows me to play by myself when it and about. My only desire would be the ability to save the game. Sometimes I start a multiple round game and run out of time to finish it, would love to be able to save and pick up where I left off later. This would be great in the campaign and normal play mode. And if you love the app pick up the real card game is based on, one of the best to player games ever!
The 2 player mode is a bit frustrating with the tilt controls and the precision card poking playing at odds with each other. My wife and I have had to leave several games because of app crashes with no save. Meaning we have to restart each time. I think we would be better off with the physical version but we thought this would have been a better purchase. Otherwise this is a good app for solo and online. Add a save feature please!
A good adapatation but a bit buggy. The game doesn't always let you swap one card when your hand is full, and campaign charcter events that require payment (e.g. paying to start a revolution) will charge you again if you do not go to the region in red immediately. Otherwise, it is quite a fun game.
When the process is suspended and the game restarts, I lose all my progress in the match I'm in (playing vs AI). Plus I completed the first campaign level and it didn't save my progress automatically. Not worth putting more time in. Cute game though.
Works very well. Campaign, with different rule sets, is fun. Main issue is the online game play needs to allow the players to set their time limits. 30 seconds is too quick!
The gameplay itself is great but the stability of this app is awful. At least half the time when playing the campaign mode the game will crash when I win a match causing me to lose the progress I made.
We fixed some issues and optimize the performance:
- Better Memory management
- The problem of the full screen which leads to a slight zoom on some devices
- The problem of Chinese and Korean device languages -> now English is displayed by default