Age of Civiliza II is a grand strategy wargame that is simple to learn yet hard to master.
Your objective is to use military tactics and cunning diplomacy to either unify the world, or conquer it.
Will the world bleed out or bow before you? The choice is yours..
Approach to the History
Age of Civiliza II goes through the whole history of humanity, Age by Age, beginning in the Age of Civiliza and leading into the far future
Historical Grand Campaign
Play as many Civilizations ranging from the largest empire to the smallest tribe, and lead your people to glory in a campaign spanning thousands of years from the dawn of civilization to the future of mankind
Detailed map of the world with many historical borders
Deeper diplomatic system between Civilizations
Create own History using in-game editors
Hotseat, play with as many players as Civilizations in scenario!
More detailed diversity of Populations
End game timelapses
Create own world and play it!
Scenario Editor, create own historical or alternate history scenarios!
Ratings and Reviews
Great game, but a few issues
This game is amazing. It’s fun, and has nearly endless replayability if you play as different nations. You can edit the game, maps, and more, and even create your own scenario; something I’ve never seen on mobile.
However, the game freezes occasionally, and sometimes even crashes, thereby ruining your save game. If you choose the default “Scale x1” resolution, it’s impossible to play the game. I wish the default was at least “Scale x3” which is playable.
In short, four stars because the game, (ignoring issues) is amazing, but four stars due to the game’s freezing and crashing issues. (This could be caused by my phone, an iPhone 6S).
Amazing but some issues
I didn’t have any problems with crashing what so ever, and I have the 7 which is relatively old, my main problem is when I create my own scenarios and edit the growth rate of the areas it just resets everytime I close out of the app. Also this game needs a far better tutorial, I spent a solid 2 weeks learning how to play this ( as I was used to playing the first version) Also what really ticked me off was the fact that when editing growth rate just represents the population same thing with development and the provinces economy, like why not just come out and say in the editor population editor instead of growth rate editor? Same thing with development and economy? What was the point of that? Also just make this more realistic, because the populations and economies are totally off in “modern world” New York makes a mediocre amount, and Chicago makes a below average amount. Also Poland has a better economy than the US in this version which doesn’t make sense. Also in the Napoleonic wars version a few of the German city states have a better economy than France, and have TONS of people and they are OP. Now usually I’m the guy complaining about America russia or China being OP but America seems to be hyper-nerfed in this along with any powerful country which pisses me off. But overall this is a high quality game which is like HOI4 on mobile. But with some serious drawbacks
Amazing, but the crashes...
I absolutely love the game, but I’m so limited to the crashing. On most the world maps, it’ll only crash every once in a while, as in at least a few dozen or so turns. When I play the Age of Civilizations mode where all the Nations start with one province on the map, I like having more than the normal amount of Nations, which makes it really fun, but even with only 500 out of the more than 1200 or so Nations, it crashes every about 8 turns. Also, controls are a little iffy and can be irritating sometimes. And if Nations could look like Hearts of Iron 4 or have the option of that graphic, that would be awesome. The game is overall buggy and can use a lot of work, but for one guy, and the game being decently new, I’m impressed. I see this game getting much better in the future, and I look forward to the updates, which hopefully are coming. And hopefully with the money being earned from this game, the Developer can hire a guy or two, and really make this game absolutely amazing. Good job!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.