Kingdom Builder, winner of the German „Spiel des Jahres 2012“ award now available on iPad!
Show your friends how to build the most glorious kingdom.
Settle next to lucrative locations and get yourself the special actions, before other players take them. That’s the way to get points, which lead you to victory at the end of the game.
Play the Kingdom Builder Free version to get to know the game:
Try the tutorial for an easy entry into the Kingdom Builder world. It ensures that every player can start playing right away.
Play 1 vs. 1 against the easy computer on a specific terrain
configuration and 3 chosen victory conditions.
Place up to 20 settlements (40 in the full game) and see if you can defeat the computer.
In the full version you also get the following features:
Play exciting games against the computer in 3 difficulty levels, local with your friends, on one iPad or online with players all over the world.
Changing terrain configuration and random victory conditions each play guarantee that you never play the same game twice. That’s why Kingdom Builder always stays exciting and feels new every play.
- Minor Bugfixes
Ratings and Reviews
Needs undo feature
I love Kingdom Builder as a board game. I tried out this app, and it he interface is nice, I like all the art integration, the AI options, and the multiplayer.
However, the things it's REALLY missing is an undo button. If you accidentally click the wrong space or token during your turn, there's no way to back up. Also, if you make a move and reconsider it before your turn is over, there's no way to change what you've done. This makes the app very irritating to use. I won't be buying the paid version unless this feature is implemented.
Whenever you start your final turn with less than 3 pieces to place ( but before you've started placing them), it does not let you use token actions!
Nice game, lousy app.
The tutorial is pretty terrible, and there's no rule book to look something up if you missed it during the tutorial. Wondering what a tile does before you acquire it? Tough, there's no way to tell. Even after you've acquired it you're stuck interpretting the iconography, and if you interpret it incorrectly, there's no undo button. This might be fine for experienced Kingdom Builder players, but if you're new to the game, prepare to be frustrated.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.