By Digital Worlds
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«Strongholds» - is a turn-based strategy game based on tactical and battle cards.
"It Will Grab You By The Neck! It’s one of the better “quick campaign” strategy games I’ve played" - theAppera.com
"Definitely worth its price as a unique game combining turn based strategy concepts with a card based playing system." - theportablegamer.com
"this is a high quality pick up and play title." - http://touchreviews.net
"Strongholds also has a really nice graphical look" - appversity.com
"It's pretty, it's playable and it's pacey for a card battler" - Pocketgamer.co.uk
"Strongholds is a good looking, easy to use, simple to understand, turn by turn strategy game with amazing potential" - 148apps.com
The action takes place in the near future when a confrontation between two armory corporations turns into armed conflict. Your purpose is to construct the stronghold and destroy the enemy.
However the enemy's purpose is the same.
- more than 100 tactical and battle cards
- "custom game" mode
- online ladderboard
- marvelous graphics with an abundance of animation
- multilevel damage model
- gameplay is designed for short battles that won't take much of your time
- each move ends with autosave
- listen to your own music while plaiyng the game
- variety of game results — each battle develops unpredictably
- OpenFeint support
Recommended for fans of: Orions, MtG, Arcomage and all CCG games.
Gameplay video: http://tinyurl.com/istrongholds
Review with tutorial: http://tinyurl.com/strongholds-tutorial
Available languages: English, Russian
What's New in Version 1.9
- added switcher between maps (in options)
- leaderboards in OpenFeint
Interesting, could use an update
I really enjoy this game. As far as difficulty, there's only so much AI that's worth your time as a developer of a $2 game - it's adequate. The challenge is in upping your percentage - if you're not running 75% on Normal (and no quitting games that you're losing!) you could be better at it.
I'd like to see a new mix of cards. In the current mix, though, there is actually a way to go infinite if you know what you're doing and get a little lucky -the computer literally can't ever get back in the game and you're only limited by how much time you want to spend running up your score.
There's something lacking. Maybe it needs better executed animations or sound effects. Also from what I read in the threads, there isn't a whole lot of strategy involved in this game which kills the trial/error and fun factor. With the right updates this game could be worth more than the asking price.
This game is crappy. I played five games and won 2 out of the five only cause the other side got all the good cards. One match the enemy destroyed me in one turn. If this your version of a turn based strategy game then you failed miserably on all levels. This game is not worth it
- Category: Games
- Updated: Feb 15, 2010
- Version: 1.9
- Size: 13.4 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Digital Worlds
- © 2009 Digital Worlds JSC
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.