By Glu Games Inc.
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Optimized for the iPhone 5!
Work and play in your own lil’ underground kingdom!
Dig deep dungeon dwellings beneath your fairy-tale castle and fill it with hardworking castle citizens. Gallant Knights, mischievous Goblins, gold-protecting Dragons, and of course, our resident beautiful Princess all depend on you to build them the perfect lil’ paradise!
***Lil’ Kingdom does not support iPhone 3G, iPod Touch 3rd Generation or earlier devices***
Lil’ Kingdom is free to play, but you can choose to pay real money for some extra items, which will charge your iTunes account. You can disable in-app purchasing by adjusting your device settings.
What's New in Version 1.4.1
Bug fixes and other improvements to game performance
I would recommend this game to anyone who enjoys simulation games. A simple, but some strategy in building, and placement of citizen. I have this game on three different devices, so your game is unique on each one, as are the purchases of credits/gems. Has a decent collection of gems rate versus other games, so you don't have to purchase them if you don't want to, although you will be collecting for a few days once you get to your fourth elevator and up.
Be warned, very addicting... And always something to do to keep you busy.
Update: New version is very buggy, wizards don't work in some situations, and now, I am having problems even opening the game at all. Have uninstalled it, and reinstalled, and still no luck. No issues with other programs, so it's something with this one. Hoping they get it fixed, as it was on of my favorite games.
Lil Kingdom is great, there are no big issues with it so its nice. The game itself is pretty fun, but with no interaction with your 'friends' on it, there's really no reason to have them? It'd be cool to visit and maybe be able to give gifts/get a princess quest from their princess daily or whatever.
The only little issues I have is that there's no confirmation when you use a unicorn/dragon and I've accidentally used mine on nearly empty floors. It wouldn't be so much of an issue if it didn't take so long to cool down, but using it on an empty floor and losing it for 5-6 hours is really annoying.
Also, they tend to hang out ok empty/in construction/dwellings a lot??? That's not really an issue I guess. It's just a personal gripe. If we could choose where to put them it'd be easier to keep all their cooldown times in order.
But those are small problems, more like annoyances. It doesn't effect my personally to much.
Yes, it's a ripoff of Tiny Tower, BUT
Unlike Zynga's entrant in the TT "homage" series, this game manages to be adorable, warm and _playable_.
While Lil Kingdom owes its core gameplay to 2011's Game Of The Year, it still manages to have its own atmosphere. The artwork is charming (not ugly, like Zynga's) and there are extras not found in TT:
--special floors purchased with premium 'gems' which give players unique power ups.
--frequent quests which earn coins or collectible bonus items. Bonus items are exchangeable for floors with double payouts.
Also, like TT, this game is generous with premium currency. In Zynga's ugly, dull and greedy game the only way to get premium currency is to pay. Here you can earn it--albeit randomly.
This is a game worthy of top space on your iOS device. I play it as compulsively as I did TT.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Nov 01, 2012
- Version: 1.4.1
- Size: 78.8 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Seller: Glu Games Inc
- © 2011-2012 Glu Mobile
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.
Top In-App Purchases
- Small Gem Pack$1.99
- Dragon's Hoard$1.99
- Medium Gem Pack$4.99
- 220,000 Gold Pack$4.99
- Large Gem Pack$9.99
- Unicorn's Trove$2.99
- XL Gem Pack$19.99
- Jester Deal Pack$9.99
- Huge Gem Pack$49.99
- Princess Deal Pack$19.99