Do you acquire more powerful creatures, or do you seek to gain lands? As your deck becomes stronger, determine the best time to strike and grasp honor before your opponent does.
* 2-4 Players
* 4 Levels of AI opponents
* Offline solitaire play
* Online multiplayer play
* Use your account across all your devices
* Friendly and competitive game modes
* Detailed game tutorial
* Create a library of your favorite sets
* Free starter set with expansions available for purchase
* Earn new sets for free with "Win of the Day"
Works best with tablets and large screen phones.
INPUT: New sets: Australian I, and free Bonus III
OUTPUT: Another squonk on the barbie?
Ratings and Reviews
Great Game, Poor Business Model
The graphics become charming and the structure for a great game is there. However it’s a true shame about the business model - 5 to 6 new cards costs $2 and they’re released often. There is the obvious ability to release more complete sets but it’s hard to continuity shell out money so consistently. I’d love to see more robust set releases.
I also feel like the “players” I’m matched with are bots... they all play at the same speed and there are maybe 7-10 rotating names. I play a few games here and there at all different times of the day and these same names keep coming up and I outrank them always. They also make silly moves like a poor AI and always seem to know if they purchase the last Construct card that they will lose. They will never buy the last Castle unless it’s a guaranteed victory. I also win an obscene amount of games which seems odd if I’m playing “players”
Overall there’s so much room here for something great but I’d caution the developer to:
- Explore a more robust or sustainable business model for users that make purchasing feel meaningful ran than paying for crumbs. I want to give you money - but your current model feels like robbery over time
- Clarify typography/symbols on cards and use more standard phrasing (why “pick” vs “draw”?)
- Transparency in online play, what rankings mean, and if I’m actually connected with players or just a ghost of their play.
Dominion Clone on the Surface, but Dig Deeper
This game starts as basically a clone of Dominion, which is cool since there’s no decent iOS Dominion app. However, there are “cards” that take advantage of the fact that this is an electronic game that you couldn’t do in Dominion on paper. I’d give it a full 5 stars if the graphics didn’t look like a 90s website.
Dominion clone— and that’s a good thing
If you need a Dominion fix on iOS then this is your app.
If you’re not familiar with Dominion, it probably helps to give it a try before tackling this app, as it might be a bit much for beginners.
- Laser Ranch, Inc.
- 101 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © (c) 2018 Laser Ranch, Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- 1 Gold $1.99
- 5 Gold $9.99
- 10 Gold $19.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.