Over all its an enjoyable game! Free to play and tools and bonuses are easy to earn. If you don't like ads don't play free games with wifi or data on or buy the 1.99 no more ads and support developers. This is a clever and engaging puzzle strategy i like already! Great game guys! Keep it up!
I don't generally complain, but what ads did my $1.99 remove? Every 2 minutes you still have the balloon "ad for an ad" forced over the game play. Did you want more money? Ask for it. Don't tell me I'm paying you to remove ads and then not remove them. Gameplay was good. Peaceful time waster. Majorly dislike your business practices though.
TLDR: fun, simple spinoff with bunuses. Definitely worth a try for any puzzlers out there. Ads... (of course) An amazing original take on an already very popular game. Allows people that are traditionally afraid of "number" puzzles to enjoy the same experience, with the added bonus of fun graphics - and even a vague plotline - and the added bonus of... well, bonuses... Downsides include a touchy swipe mechanism (with "undo" being one of the bonuses, this is extremely frustrating) and the usual ads galore...
it's just 2048, artificially inflated to make you keep playing it without realizing you're playing the same overused puzzle every time. the background music is chill but the advert event music rips you out of that chill almost instantly. the sound bug of multiple matches in quick succession increasing in volume are also quite annoying. it's not a bad version of 2048 but it's nothing to write home about either
I downloaded the game, opened the app, the game hadn't even loaded yet, AND THERE WAS ALREADY AN AD. An unskipable 'interactive' ad that forces you to do a set of actions before letting you go. What on earth. At least make the first ad show up like several minutes into the game or tutorial. But getting an unskipable interactive ad prior to even seeing the game? Nope.
It's fairly fun to play, but by the third level it takes so long to reach the objective that I felt like I'd run a marathon by the stage I finished it. Kind of doubt I'll have the energy to take on higher levels when they're released. The isometric view is pretty, but quite often results in tiles being moved in the wrong direction when I swipe. Maybe an alternate control mechanism, where one touches directional arrows, might work better.
▼ Global Age
Experience the progress of 20th century America.
▼New feature for Sharing
You can share your civilizations with your friends on Instagram!
Show off your great civilizations to your friends.
▼ Other bug fixes
Bugs are fixed.
[Age of 2048] will continue its journey to undiscovered ages. Stay tuned for next update!