50,000 - 100,000 downloads
- It's as the board game, in every point.
- Seamless perfomance
- Easy to learn, hard to master
- No demo version available.
Mobile version of the board game "Carcassonne"
Carcassonne, the board game, is one of those games that seem they were old before the war, when it's indeed a modern game that became a classic as soon as it was released. It takes its name from an archetypal medieval southern French village.
If you haven't ever played it, don't worry. There are just a few rules clearly explained in a brief yet concise tutorial. It's a turn based game where players create together a landscape placing tiles and earn points deploying followers on. Turn by turn, players try to earn as many points as they can controlling towns, roads, farms and monasteries. There's no fight, just strategy. In fact, as luck is rather no involved, it's mere strategy.
Game can be played alone through twelve different challenges; against AI foes (it should be highlighted that AI plays quite well and it's quite a challenge to defeat it) or, and here's the best part of it, with up to four human players via hotseat. Includes the expansion pack "The river", which adds river tiles.
In addition to English, are also supported Spanish, German and French. An odd midi-like troubadour theme accompanies all along the match. Graphics are functional, resembling the original board and pieces. No lags, freezes nor forceclosings detected. Loading times are brief and no additional downloads are required.
Highly recommendable for every board game or strategy lover, parents and children alike.
Turn by turn, the players create a landscape by placing tiles with roads, cities, fields, and cloisters. The players deploy their followers - knights, monks, thieves, or farmers - to earn points. The player with the most points after the final scoring wins the game. The ever-changing landscape makes each game a new experience. With the official expansion "The River II" and 12 challenges, it never gets old. You can play against clever AI opponents or with up to 4 other players in a local multiplayer match.
*** Check out how Wil Wheaton (Star Trek TNG, Big Bang Theory) plays Carcassonne on YouTube's Geek & Sundry: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6VpW4Vljr8 ***
- Mobile version of the award-winning tile-based board game "Carcassonne"
- Includes the official expansion "The River II"
- Features 12 challenges
- Clever AI opponents with individual strategies
- Local multiplayer mode for up to 5 players
- Tutorial and manual for beginners
- Language Support: English, German, French, Spanish
PocketGamer.co.uk - MOBILE GAME OF THE YEAR 2012
PocketGamer: Readers' Choice Awards - MOBILE GAME OF THE YEAR 2012
AndroidMag.de: MULTIPLAYER GAME OF THE YEAR 2012
PocketGamer.co.uk - Silver Award: "A great adaptation of a great board game"
PlayAndroid.com - 24/30: "This really is one of those must-haves that you’ll keep returning to, time and time and again." - "I had never played the game before, but now I’m hooked."
MeAndMyDroid.com - 4.5/5: "Graphically Carcassonne is excellent for a board game and its thematic audio certainly adds atmosphere." - "4.5/5 stars for a well-crafted board game"
Gamezebo.com - 4/5: "Carcassonne for Android is a great adaptation of the popular board game"
DroidGamers.com: "If you looking for a enjoyable, easy to play, well built, inexpensive strategy game, I recommend you download Carcassonne for Android in the Market."
BestAppEver Awards: "Best Android Board Games - Second Place"
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- improved support for tablets and high resolution devices
- resolved rare font scaling issue on tablet devices
- improved text input with virtual keyboards or T9
I loved playing this game on the xbox360... great online and great graphics. This is a 8 bit game compared to that one
Seems like android developers don't care about competing with iOS and this is yet another example. No multiplayer. No stat tracking. AI is weak. Android players like to play online too....
Great implementation of the original game. Pretty much bug free, although I wish the scoring by the program was more easy to follow. I think it is right but not easy to check. It would be good if the computer opponents had different styles, but they all a
This app has many basic flaws, especially as your scores will never be added correctly and it is next to impossible to complete all of the achievements. Compared to the iPhone app the lack of options and updates is disgrace. I have played many better free
Lots of fun, drains the battery quick for a simple game.
For people who love the board game this isn't much of a challenge.
sporadic earthquakes that destroy random available tiles? What! That is nowhere in the instructions or tutorials, and, as neat a variant as it is, it should be optional.