Good strategy game The game has straightforward rules and deep strategy, as you place your units trying to influence cities. A couple of issues: the numbers on the pieces are hard to see, and the rules don't clearly say what the special ability of the Ronin is. I do find myself playing a lot.
Fun. I'm a big fan if Reiner Knizia's Samurai so I was really excited to see this on android. Plays smooth and quick but still fills that strategy need. The multiple maps are a great feature. Menus are a little clunky but not a deal breaker by any means. Recommended.
Not bad The game takes a while to play. Don't bother with the tutorial, read the full rules. The rules are badly written but the tutorial is the exact opposite of helpful. Once you finally learn how to play there is a good strategy game here. Once you play on a big map however you discover just how stupid the AI is, I often beat it 15+ points to 0 on a large map.
Good game but keeps crashing It almost always crashes the first time I open it. Only after that it plays smoothly. But otherwise, it's a really simple and good game with endless gameplay.
Decent little strategy game Doesn't do a very good job explaining the rules, but it's simple enough to figure out. Enough depth to keep it interesting. Not much replay value, but it's fun time waster and you can't beat the price.
Good representation of a classic Really addictive game. Easy to learn, difficult to master. Helps to know the game going in as the rules/tutorial are poorly written.
5 new levels
In the world of Neuroshima you need to prove you have what it takes to survive.
This app is the official tablet version of Uwe Rosenberg's Glass Road board game