By Sean O'Connor
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Conquest is a version of the classic board game where you combine risk and strategy to conquer the world. You can play solo or multiple human games against the randomly selected computer controlled opponents, each with their own personality and strong artificial intelligence.
This version is fully functional and free and if you enjoy it please buy the paid for version which has 50 different maps to play on!
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What's New in Version 3.4
- compatible with new 4 inch iPhone screens
This game is a lot like the classic Risk game that is really great. It's fast paced and u can choose how many people (computers) to play with, its definetly a lot of fun, but the rolls do seem a little messed up at times, the all roll button is very effective. One of my problems with the game is; u can move troops at the end of the turn but u should be able to move them more than 1 territory if u control more than one in a line.
The thing that says; "do u want to buy the full version?" Doesn't come up too much so i like that.
This game lacks some animation that electronic "risk" players are usually looking for, but it is easy, fast and fun.
All in all a great game, but I wouldn't buy the full version, I don't see the point, this one has NO ADDS, u can play with all other ppl or AI's, up to 7 others... The only difference is that in the full version u get more maps, but that's not worth the money... Definetly worth trying out especially if u like Risk
It's ok, but some of the rules are strange.
The game is a lot like risk, and I LOVE risk. It plays like a 4 star game (a few odd ways to move troops prevents me giving it a 5*, but I like most of these different ways), but it's AI is strange. It will have tons of troops yet not attack you, yet when you attack with good odds you tend to barely win, if at all.
It isn't sour grapes, but the dice rolls seem to be a bit unfair. I know statistics very well and they don't quite work out.
The "free" territories are weird as well. I thought they were free, but I still lost men attacking them. What?
However, this app has HUGE potential, and I mean HUGE. The sheer number of maps available in the full version make this app worth considering, thus its three star rating. Sean, if you read this review, please continue what you are doing. I love this app and all it's maps, but the gameplay is weird. If you make it more polished and refined like conquist I will buy your full version and upgrade my review. I like your idea, not just build on it! :-)
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On the contrary to other reviews I'm really enjoying this game!
However there is a problem. When rolling 1,2 or 3 dice it is very difficult to play. The best way to play the game is use (all role) option and the game is very competitive.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Nov 12, 2012
- Version: 3.4
- Size: 60.0 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Sean O'Connor
- © 2010 Sean O'Connor
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.