Countryball: Europe 1890 9+

Countryball Europe

Seyithan Pekcan

Designed for iPad

    • 4.4 • 688 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Conquer Europe with Countryballs!

Discover the 19th and 20th centuries with countryballs! Train your countryballs, teach them how to fight, buy them cool weapons, and join great battles with them.

Countryball: Europe 1890 is a strategy game mixed with a turn-based combat mechanic plus cards and stats involved. All of those mechanics make the game more exciting and fun!
You start the Countryball: Europe 1890 by selecting a campaign/conquest game mode and your character afterward. After that, you will try to complete your objectives by conquering territories and mastering diplomacies.
In Countryball: Europe 1890 you can declare war, send ally requests, puppet weakened countries, remove your allies/puppets and even annex your puppet states! You have all the freedom to choose your allies and enemies. Try to have strong allies on your side because there will be battles that you will have to fight against multiple enemies. Before each battle, you have the option to call your allies and puppets to make them join the battle on your side. While allies sometimes accept your call, your puppet states on the other hand always accept your battle calls.
To defeat your enemies in battles, you have to be a strong country. To do that, you should play minigames or you should increase your stats (attack, defense, health, and mana) manually by using star points. To earn star points you should simply win battles. Also, you should buy strong cards from the shop. Each card has different combat effects. You play those cards by simply dragging & dropping on the countryball during combat. Note that all weapons are considered as cards!

In Countryball: Europe 1890, your simple task is to complete the objectives by defeating your enemies. By completing campaigns you get new countryballs to your collection. Note that all 50+ countryballs are available to play. The only thing you need is to find them! Some of them are hidden in capital cities while some of them are acquired by completing campaigns or conquests.

If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to drop a review or send me an e-mail.

It's time to explore history with countryballs!

Some Music Used In-game
Alexander Nakarada - the Crown
Kevin Macleod - Five Armies
Alexander Nakarada - the Vikings

What’s New

Version 1.52

- Bug fix

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
688 Ratings

688 Ratings

fghvghjvhg ,

Love it, but why?! Plz read devs!

Plz read devs! I would give 5 stars, but here is why not. Before, they had a tab titled ww2, saying not soon, but definitely. I just got back on after being too sick to do anything, still recovering btw, and automatically pressed where the tab should be, but the tab wasn’t there! At first I thought they already completed it, so I checked in the campaigns tab, and it wasn’t there, nor in the conquest tab either. Either, they took it out cuz people didn’t like going to the tab every day, just for it to say what I said it says in the above, Or they aren’t going to continue working on it. I’m gonna give 5 stars if it was a understandable reason, but will keep it here if they just discontinued working on it. I was really, really, really looking forward to the ww2 update, just like the ww1 update. Also, I hate when provinces “refuse to pay taxes”, and not being able to do anything about it. I wish we could like, either go into cities and force people to pay, in some way, or even change how high the taxes are. I also find it weird that there is only one historical battle in that tab, so maybe u could add more? Thx

Vaticancityball ,

Great game! Updates I would like to see in the future

This is a great game and I’d recommend this game to anyone that wants a quality strategy game with Countryballs. Some new features I would like to see is for rebellion’s to be a thing. The way this would work is for if the screen pops up at the end of a turn saying “some provinces refused to pay taxes” then that would mean a rebellion is coming. The next thing I would like to see is being able to create a faction. Basically in the diplomacy section there would be an option to create a faction with a country. Then in the diplomacy section if the computers create a faction you could try to join it. However you can only be in one faction at a time. And the final request and this one is fine too If not possible. But In the conquest mode there are a a gamemode called battle royale. That would basically be where every country has its most modern possible borders so since like there’s no Yugoslav states that are playable but Serbia and Montenegro it would just be Yugoslavia. Now I hope most of these are put in the game but even 1 is fine the faction one is the one I want most. Great game again.

cone on google ,

Just a bit more.

First off, this game is extremely fun and is the only “good” mobile country-ball game, and I do think it can be very addicting. But my first problem is the graphics do need a lot of improvements. First off are the stat mini games where you increase damage or health and defense. Those mini games don’t look very good and I think a scenery change would be very nice, Ex: in the health mini game, make it so he’s like hopping through trenches and jumping over the gaps between them. Or for the attack mini game I think they could make how many balls you need to kill less. But both of the backgrounds should be much darker and raining might be a nice little touch. My second problem is the lack of updates. While yes I know this a very small team, but I think small weekly updates that improve graphics, fix glitches, add more content, etc. etc. But overall this game is very, very good for a mobile game and I don’t want to see it sweeper under the rug and forgotten about.

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