Reiner Knizia's Qin
By DevPocket Inc.
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"You couldn’t ask for much more from an iPad board game than what Qin delivers...”
PocketTactics (5/5 stars)
"The interface reads like a board game but has the intuitiveness of a video game."
BoardGameGeek (5/5 stars)
"Demanding strategy game with network play and competent AI. Great audio and visual presentation"
GameZebo (4,5/5 stars)
GET READY FOR THE FIRST-EVER SIMULTANEOUS LAUNCH
OF A BOARD GAME AND ITS DIGITAL VERSION!
THE TIME TO UNITE CHINA HAS COME…
From the world’s leading game designer and
master of tactical mechanics Reiner Knizia…
Incredibly simple rules and limitless strategic variations…
Conquer territories and villages by laying colored tiles on the board.
Place your pagodas on top of the layered tiles.
The player who builds his last pagoda first wins.
Play against your Game Center friends on the Internet,
face-to-face with a friend, gathered around an iPad, or
solo with the game's built-in AI.
Qin is a strategy board game for 2-4 players featuring wonderful HD graphics and various levels of AI.
Developed by Alex Babaev.
What's New in Version 2.1
Visual improvements and bug fixing.
Core game is great
The game is easy to learn, fun, and interesting to play with AIs. Perfect quick and thoughtful boardgaming from a master of the craft. The app is nice-looking and pretty well-implemented to boot. No idea why more people aren't playing and rating this; it's definitely worth the admission price and more.
I haven't had a chance to try the multiplayer recently; hopefully the most recent version solved the connection difficulties.
Not optimized for iPhone 6 plus
Love this game and was really excited to see the port onto iOS. However when I open it on the iPhone 6 plus the screen goes black. By randomly pressing I can see high scores, etc but I can't begin a new game. An app that doesn't work unfortunately.
Pretty but a disappointment.
I had hopes for this game, but as with others from this designer it's skewed towards the AI completely.
You always have to start first and with that the game will get first scores almost immediately. Once that occurs you're done.
If you enjoy being a constant loser give it a try. At least it will save you from spending a chunk on the overpriced board game. But at least with that you can modify who gets to play first!
This game is a pass.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Aug 14, 2014
- Version: 2.1
- Size: 157 MB
- Languages: English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Seller: DevPocket Inc.
- © DevPocket Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.