Good game but I prefer Castles of Mad King Ludwig. The two games are very similar but the other one is more interesting because of the different size pieces and completion bonuses. However this game does offer a bit more strategy. Buy the one that most interests you and you won't be disappointed. Lack of a tutorial makes this one a bit harder to learn. However fumbling around in the app is still better than having to read instructions in the physical version.
It's ok for an Android adaptation of a boardgame. Not really much in the way of graphics. The interface needs work, especially the pinch to zoom. It's a basic flaw that's been around for a while but I guess the app's dead at this point so forget about a fix.
Anyone listening? It's a good game for the money, with a slick interface. Confusing at first, but worth sticking with. I'm surprised there's still no fix for bringing the map back when it accidentally gets panned/zoomed offscreen—something that many reviewers have mentioned.
The calculations seems to be overwhelming for a tabletop game, but it is ideal for a smartphone app. I love the campaigns, it provides a lot of challenges. Yeah, don't zoom if you don't want to lose the city, but that can be tolerated. I recommend it.
I keep trying to play it but it either crashes or after I lay a couple of tiles, the screen disappears and I can't get back to the layout. It is really frustrating that I paid money to enjoy this game and i can't even play it. Oh, and there is not even an online multiplayer option. I want my money back.
Love this game. Hours of fun without having to set up and organise players to come over. Like all good board game apps it has a great single player campaign
• Added Game Con Bonus Tiles expansion. If enabled, between 3 and 5 con tiles will randomly replace base tiles (at least 1 each in A, B, and C stacks).
• Additional bugs addressed with 1.2.4.
The official computer adaptation of the hit board game, The Manhattan Project.