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Seems good. UI needs work
The game has definite potential but the UI needs work. The tutorial is very repetitive and often thinks I tapped where I did not. The graphics are decent but could use some polishing. The zooming in during battles only reveals how poor the graphics are. If the developers took a little more time and polished some of these rough edges they could have a hit on their hands.
TheiPhoneG33k on Jul 17, 2010 for Defense of the Oasis
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Very Nice
I love Civilization and this combines elements of it to create a simple but fun game. Go get it NOW!!!!
Fisherfamily on Jul 17, 2010 for Defense of the Oasis
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Fast strategy
Good PC game made better by the touch interface. Pares the exploring and developing of Civ down to the essentials, and makes for quick doses of strategy gaming pleasure.
DryHeat61 on Jul 17, 2010 for Defense of the Oasis
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a great game.
it's my empire!
alitek on Jul 16, 2010 for Defense of the Oasis
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Worth
The price seemed steep, but it had great reviews as a pc game. Very simplistic but very fun. Worth the money. Five hours went by like 5 minutes.
BigBadBob2 on Jul 15, 2010 for Defense of the Oasis
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A spot on port of a PC/Mac strategy classic!
Warning: Trying to enter a name with a space like say, "Lord Gek" will cause a crash, so for now be sure not to use any spaces!" I love how they didn't have to change a thing in this port other than maybe changing all text reading, "Click here" to "Touch here". I think it has accurately been deemed a hybrid of Minesweeper and Civilization. Basically the gameplay itself couldn't be more simple (each turn you merely click on a square of the map) but the deep ramifications of where you click and how it interacts in the game's world is pretty darned deep.
Lord Gek on Jul 14, 2010 for Defense of the Oasis
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