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Wonderful little game
So glad this finally made it to iPad! This is a game perfectly suited for mobile gaming. The brilliance of this (and the original PC version) is that it manages to condense basically every aspect of what makes Civilization a great game -- exploration, building, technology, combat, advancement -- into something you can play in 5-10 minutes.
TheEconoclast on Sep 25, 2010 for Defense of the Oasis
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Very nice
Good strategy/puzzle game. I like that you can have different difficulty levels, definitely makes it more of a pick up & play game for me. Overall, it's a fun game with nice art style, and the controls work well.
Secondtime on Sep 12, 2010 for Defense of the Oasis
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Wow
This one is a keeper. It plays just as advertised: quick games (85 turns/taps) that keep you coming back, minesweeper tactics (need to discover strategic tiles by reading the landscape while conserving turns for nation building), and civilization-esque strategy (use followers for tech, roads, or reserve for troops).
sokogakuen no gakusei on Aug 24, 2010 for Defense of the Oasis
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Disappointed
Not really a strategy game. More like hide and seek.
mje715 on Aug 22, 2010 for Defense of the Oasis
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Very Impressed
Good strategy games for iPad are hard to find. Unlike most, this one is creative and high quality. Well worth the price!
lalalalalalah on Aug 5, 2010 for Defense of the Oasis
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Mmm turn based strategy!
The art style is superb with storyboards abound in this turn based strategy gem. Expect to unload lots of you free time in higher difficulty settings. Uncover the fog, connect your forces and amass them before the enemy brings their might to bear upon you. A simple concept played out brilliantly as you progress.
Holo7 on Aug 3, 2010 for Defense of the Oasis
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