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***NOTE: Compatible with iPhone 4S+, iPad 2+, iPad mini 1+, and iPod touch 5 - WILL NOT RUN ON EARLIER DEVICES***

The sequel to one of the most successful strategy games on mobile is here! Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution 2 challenges players  to build a glorious empire that will stand the test of time. This is the first game in the Civilization catalog to be developed and available exclusively for mobile devices. Civilization Revolution 2 offers mobile strategy fans a brand new 3D presentation and more tactical depth than ever before! Find out if you have what it takes to rule the world!

Key Features:
- New Units –  strengthen your military might with brand new combat units including Aircraft Carriers, Jet Fighters and Special Forces.

- New Technology – race to science supremacy with new technology such as: Lasers, Modern Medicine and Information Technology

- New Buildings & Wonders – grow and expand your civilization like never before with new buildings and wonders including Nuclear Power Plant, The Red Cross and Silicon Valley

- Enhanced 3D Graphics – updated 3D graphics taking full advantage of iOS devices graphical capability

- Scenario Challenges  - reenact historic events and battles in the Scenario Mode


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What’s New

Version 1.5.5

This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.

Updated for iOS11 and 64 bit devices.
Performance optimizations.

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
898 Ratings

898 Ratings

Charlie R2 ,

A great if very simplified version of the original

Many years ago I adored the original Civilisation game on my PC. Many, many happy hours were spent battling away. Having not played for 15+ years I recently got the urge to do so again and bought Civilisation VI, again for PC. The main game has moved on in terms of complexity and challenge (and computing power: my fan starts running at max within minutes!).

It is with this intro that I recently purchased the iOS version. And I have really enjoyed it. The animations are slick, the stages logical and the variability between different games very good.

I've played three or four games and have found them increasingly challenging as I move up the difficulty levels.

However, there are certain features from the main game that I am dearly missing: killing off a unit; making your only offers to other civilisations, finding out who you are at war with, forming alliances and recommendations for the best place to build a city or which unit to build.

Will I carry in playing? Certainly! Am I hoping for more tweaks and extra layers of complexity? Absolutely.

As an introduction and advert for the main game I think that this iOS version is superb. However, as a standalone item I think it may get boring within 20 games. Both of these outcomes make the price too high. :(

MrMeldrew ,

An old fave updated and on iPad, so happy

I have played the original Civ Rev since I discovered it on Nintendo DS and thoroughly enjoyed it (got it on Xbox too). The rest of my family plays Civ VI (and it’s earlier incarnations) but I find those too complicated with their massive tech trees/ governments/ religions etc. This is perfect for me, and I LOVE the update... has the feel of Civ VI in the interface without the complexity. The added bonus is the bigger screen than the DS. A few more troop types have been added, plus a few new wonders, so plenty of new things to get to grips with while still knowing what’s going on. This game is a great introduction to the Civilisation games... if you find this too easy on hardest difficulty, then you really should move onto the full Civ VI! This is a step closer to the main Civ games than the original Civ Rev, maybe one day I’ll ‘graduate’ to that, but for now, this gives me hours of fun!

Iahclarke ,

Decent iOS take on a true classic

Like Sid Meier's Starships, I was disappointed that so many big trade-offs have been made in complexity in order to scale down the concept to an iOS interface that much of the immersiveness has been lost. It's tricky to find any functions above basic point-and-click tasks, and more advanced actions (e.g. sending units to sleep rather than fortify; seeing who you're at war or peace with; creating build queues; seeing an overview of your units or cities without having to cycle through each one) have all been lost. This and a lack of intelligent prompting also means it's easy to leave your units/cities idle for multiple turns. Still a great game in its own right, but fans of the franchise may be disappointed if they were expecting a more comparable port from the original platform.

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Supports

  • Game Center

    Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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