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Join a galactic adventure and build a colony beyond the stars, uncover cosmic mysteries and face the dangers of space. Become your own intergalactic legend!
See what other intergalactic travelers are already saying about Cosmic Colony:
"Someone pry the phone out of my hands, please!"
"Everything is better IN SPACE!"
"So cute and fun! I could play all day!"
2088 AD: Brave men and women are exploring the galaxy, searching for life and colonizing worlds. Today, your heroic space crew descends upon the distant planet Mochwoi to pick up where E.A.R.L., a scout robot that recently and mysteriously aborted its mission on the planet, left off. Your mission: Explore this amazing new world!
With Cosmic Colony you will experience many exciting features, including:
Create and expand your space-age settlement
Complete missions and manage resources to make your people happy and your colony prosperous
Explore space and seek out planets as you search for mysterious artifacts
Discover enigmatic landmarks all over the planet
Fight off space pirate invasions in a fun mini-game
Face unexpected events, like falling meteorites
Interact with friends, visit their colonies and boost each other's reputations!
...and much, much more!
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Good Sim Game
I like this game. I like the theme of it-- building your own colony on another planet. It's fairly typical of Gameloft's sim games, but that's not necessarily a bad thing.
In fact, my biggest complaints of the game so far (and I've been playing for a month or so) is that I wish you could expand your land a bit farther and that it had more stores and more "decorations" like sidewalks and bridges. Those are pretty minor complaints and they don't stop me from playing.
I am, however, playing this game with cautious optimism. My experience with one of their other sim games wasn't the best (constant crashes) and Gameloft was little-to-no help with that situation. I'm seeing a handful of people having similar crashing problems with this game, so, like I said, I'm sticking with cautious optimism.
I do really like this game and as of yet haven't had any issues with it (and I hope I don't have them) so I'm giving them the 5 stars for now based on my experience with this game alone thus far.
Many good ideas but...
This sim style game has a lot of promise. The occasional swipe mini game is well implemented and the amount of play allowed without purchase isn't as stingy as others of the type. That being said, this game has a lot to work on. The tiles don't always line up with each other, with no real explanation as to why. The placement control buttons (arrows, etc...) are often so bunched up to each other it results in unintended purchase or placement of items. Also, there is no way to get a refund on purchases you didn't mean to make, resulting in multiple items in storage you have no place for. While there is no operative problem with it, the "quests" are so uninspired they denigrate into "buy items and place / now collect your money" repetition. The graphics and design beg for more effort, as it seems all the creativity was spent in the visuals. Worth the time to try, but without a fairly major overhaul I wouldn't recommend putting any money into it.
I feel the game has some great ideas but it also lacks in some area. The need for energy is always constant. After you have a big enough city it becomes the case. Then you either have to buy more energy with real cash or wait for time to pass and let it refill. I think this method is a drag. Maybe with higher level you should be able to get more than just a couple of extra power. the money system in the game is the same way as certain building give so much but as you city grows so does the cos to build extra land. Then it goes back to square one. The waiting game. So therefore if I stay this course then I should maybe beat the game in a year and a half or so. This is not I feel what a great game should be about by then better games will be out by then. Drawing board maybe. Event days to earn bonus cash and such without having to get surveys or review or sign up for stuff we don't need to just get a few extra? Think About it.
- Category: Games
- Released: Aug 23, 2012
- Version: 1.0.1
- Size: 41.5 MB
- Languages: English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Seller: Gameloft
- © 2012 Gameloft. All Rights Reserved. Gameloft and the Gameloft logo are trademarks of Gameloft in the US and/or other countries.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPad, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), and iPod touch (5th generation).
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