Sad I enjoy the Civ series and thought this would be nice for slow nights at work. Seemed fun until the game froze on my nexus 7. Okay, maybe it was just a freak bug. Started a new game... same thing probably a hundred or so turns into the game. I was enjoying it mostly up to that point but until this gets patched I can't give it anything better than 2 stars.
So much fun but needs an update and you need to turn off "authentication for purchase" to avoid crashing. Using the LG G Pad F7 If you are a fan of the original Civilization Revolution you will love it. It's almost identical to Civ Rev, but with an updated user interface and polished graphics. Save often because the game does crash. I lost hours of gameplay troubleshooting various crashes and I almost lost it. However, I am determined to get this game to work on my tablet! I was able to avoid the offline app approval crash by going to the Play Store, then settings menu, then turn off authentication for purchase. If you don't disable this, your game will eventually crash and lose all unsaved gameplay. Make sure you don't turn screen rotation off/on during gameplay to avoid a possible crash. If you have power save/screen dim activated your game might crash upon waking up from screen dim. Very fun, but it needs an update.
I love the Civ games and even really enjoy this game. But for paying $9.99 for an app I wanted all of the features to work. There are no in-game settings to adjust, to fix the problem myself. I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling the app and no luck on getting the online to work. The app just defaults to offline mode. If all the features worked on this game this would be a five star review, but I cannot justify spending $10 on an app that doesn't fully work. I am disappointed...
Get the first one It's weird to have a sequel to a game, albeit a mobile game, to have LESS features than the original. By itself, it has the unique civilization feel watered down by far too much streamlining, for example: you cannot raze cities. Performance is also a problem, huge frame rate drops when just about anything happens (Samsung Galaxy Avant brand new)
Great mobile version of Civ While it is a streamlined and more basic version of Civ, it draws heavily from Civ IV and earlier games. The core Civ gameplay is here, but simpler controls and options, and made so you can play a few turns without having to lose entire nights like a full Civ game, although you certainly can. I still recommend Civ IV or V over it, but it is a worthy Civ game.
Fun and play when you want This game is great just like the other civilization mobile game and for the Xbox 360. Couldn't wait for it to come out very enjoyable and to the guy who said it was like farmville that's a lie nothing like that at all. Has a great save feature and lot of leaders to choose from.
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