With 7 Wonders Duel:
- Play against the AI
- Pass'N Play
- Face your friends on the Internet
- Monitor your statistics
- Compete against players from all over the world in ranked games

Take the lead of a civilization, make it prosper and surpass your opponents!
The 7 Wonders Duel application is an adaptation of the famous 7 Wonders Duel board game.

In 7 Wonders Duel, each player takes turns choosing one card from those available in the game structure. These cards represent a building that the player uses in his city to develop it. There are different types of buildings: resource producers, commercials, military, scientists and civilian buildings.

The game is played in 3 ages, symbolizing the players' progress over time. When the last card of the last age is played, the player with the most victory points wins the game, unless a player achieves scientific or military supremacy during the game. In this case, the player wins immediately.

Available in : FR, EN, DE, SP, IT, NL, PL

What’s New

Version 1.1.4

PATCH 1.1.4

- New feature

Stats vs Friends is now available : click on friend’s portrait on friend list to check details from pasts duels
Remove friends

- Update

Updated ELO system calculation
Updated matchmaking research
Supremacy shown by the flag result on scoreboard

- Fixes

Some achievements were hidden once done
Game sequence : You have now to choose progress token before cards become visible

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
65 Ratings

65 Ratings

wlobb ,

Well designed app and fun game with minor flaws

This game has got me hooked, it’s a great two-player head to head game which seems like two-player solitaire at first but ends up with a bit more strategy than you think.

I really really wish there was a way to deal with AFK players. As of now, the only thing to do is wait for the clock to run out but it is the most forgiving clock in game history, and each time you take your turn you have to wait a minute for the AFK player’s turn clock to slowly dwindle. This needs to be fixed. Also, there needs to be asynchronous match making, as much as I like this game I can’t wait 5 minutes for a match and then play for 10-15 min straight. I’m only on my phone if I have a min or two to burn.

schoonersIB ,

Fun adaptation of the board game

I’ve really enjoyed the cardboard version of this game the few times I’ve played it, but I don’t get to play it often. So it’s great to have an app version now. After playing against the AI on an iPad a dozen times: this version works pretty well. They’ve had to distill the cards and symbols a bit to make it all fit in the screen, which can make it a bit harder to follow at first, but you can always press and hold on a card to see the full thing. The tutorial was a good refresher for me, since I had not played in a while. I would think it’s good enough to teach a new player as well. As far as I can tell, there is only one AI level. It’s decent, with me, an early-intermediate player, winning about half my games. I’m definitely glad I bought it and will enjoy getting to play this great game even when I don’t have a real-life local opponent handy.

EricTheRed99 ,

My favorite game - app needs work!

So this is one of my favorite games of all time but the app needs a LOT of work. It’s very frustrating to play.

First - if you’re playing an online game with a friend, if either of you accidentally closes your phone you automatically lose the game as it disconnects. That’s crazy bad design. Asynchronous play is not a feature - it should be a requirement or its almost unplayable.

Second - the actual play of the game results in a ton of mistakes which is VERY frustrating. You can’t undo anything. I’ve had the game seem like it is auto selling cards - and every time I’ve played it’s very finicky in how precisely you have to drag cards or you get an unintended result. It would be much better if you just clicked on a card and then had 3 options - buy, sell, or build wonder. Right now it just feels bad.

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