7 Wonders DUEL

4.3
1.02K reviews
10K+
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Teacher Approved
Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

With 7 Wonders Duel:
- Play Against AI
- Pass'n play
- Face your friends on the internet
- Monitor your statistics
- Compete against players from all over the world in ranked games

Take the lead of a civilization, make it prosper and surpass your opponents!
The 7 Wonders Duel application is an adaptation of the famous 7 Wonders Duel board game.

In 7 Wonders Duel, players will take turns choosing a card from those available in the game structure. These maps represent a building that he will use in his city to develop it. There are different types of buildings: Resource producers, commercials, military, scientists and civilian buildings.

The game is played in 3 ages, representing the players' progress over time. When the last card of the last age is played, the player with the most victory points wins the game. Unless a player can achieve scientific or military supremacy during the game. In this case, the player wins immediately.
Updated on
Jul 26, 2023

Data safety

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No data shared with third parties
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No data collected
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Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
Committed to follow the Play Families Policy

Ratings and reviews

4.3
920 reviews
A Google user
January 21, 2020
I bought this game to prepare myself for the real deal. Admittedly I had to run through the tutorial a couple of times, not the fault of the tutorial, my fault for not RTFM. It is harder to play on a smaller screen and I hope to pick up a tablet soon. Excellent communication with the developers. I hope they include the expansion(s) soon. It would be nice if they included an undo.
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A Google user
October 26, 2019
Good first version, but until some usability issues are resolved I won't be playing it. The positive is that the AI is clever and challenging. I would like to play it, but as-is, this is still in need of some improvements. 1) It's not very friendly for a small screen. The UI operation to get a card to display (which is supposed to be a long press, I think) isn't quite right. It's some long-press with a small move, but you have to do it *just so*. 2) Once a wonder is built, if I tap on the wonders to view it up close, the built wonder is not visible. I can't see what the AI paid to buy it, and I can't see what powers it granted the AI. 3) When playing the AI, the AI plays far, far far too quickly. When it selects a wonder or a building, I can't tell what it just took. Poof! The card is gone from the play area, and that's it. 3a) This is particularly worse when the AI takes a card, I have no idea what it's doing with it. I have to know what the AI's tableau already looked like, and what money, science tokens and military strength were beforehand just to know what it did. 3c) Worst is tying all of this together: the AI takes a card to build a wonder that destroys one of mine. Poof, poof, poof! All I know is one of my cards is gone, and it most have been because the AI built a wonder.. I don't even get to find out which card I lost. **that's awful.** 4) There's something I'd call a bug: during Wonder selection if I show settings, it overlays on top of the wonder selection area, but you can still see wonders. When tapping on a wonder, it takes it. It should NOT play the game while I'm looking through settings. 5) The choices for colors and borders for wonders to describe them as unplayed, played and available for purchase are far too similar to each other and the underlying background. 6) Why does it keep giving me game hints? I have played it three times, I know how it works. The game needs a little polish, I fear. It *will* be better, I'm sure.
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Repos Production
October 26, 2019
Thank you Robert for these feedbacks. When you have a lot of texte like that don't hesitate to send us an email instead, this tool is not really good for long text it's a bit hard for us to read and easy to miss your points. A lot of interesting points here, and i'm sure you will love the evolution ;)
A Google user
January 4, 2020
Pretty smooth, just a few little gripes—the current cost to the player of available cards and wonders aren't available from some screens, there aren't enough players yet for the "quick match" feature to work reliably. All in all a really good interface though. Still can't figure out how to create or sign in to an account though.
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What's new

Fix : Tutorial will no longer crash