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Description

Become the biggest crowd in town!
Gather people accross the city and crush your opponents with your overwhelming leadership!

What’s New

Version 1.5.4

- Bug Fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
769.2K Ratings

769.2K Ratings

Bob Hob ,

Lots of unremovable ads, quick 3:20 game

So, off the bat - buying “remove ads” doesn’t actually remove the ads. You have to watch a 30 second ad to “start bigger,” which is the only way to win. You also have to watch a 30 second ad to double your winnings, which is the only way to advance quickly. You only don’t _have_ to watch a 5 to 30 second ad after every game, if you don’t want to. So the 2:00 game takes about 3:20 after ads.

You play against (this goes without saying, but other reviews don’t seem to agree) an AI to grow your little crowd to the biggest mob by absorbing white neutral people and your AI enemies. The problem with the game, that costs it a star, is the AI doesn’t play to win, it plays to keep you from winning. It is very easy, you should win at least 8/10 games. But it is very very difficult to win by eliminating all the enemies. They do not go to the center or to each other, but run to the opposite corners and edges of the game board. They often just hover in the corners, not moving or growing, but making it impossible to catch them all. It is not possible to cover the whole board in two minutes, so you will often leave at least one, sometimes two or three enemies alive. Otherwise it is a satisfying, quick game. There’s just something about running your crowd through an enemies crowd, watch your people split and absorb the enemy people.

GrimReapoYoSoul ,

Just let us actually compete with each other.

This game is by far, addictively amazing. But, I’m concerned with more then one thing. First of all, A.I’s as the so-called players in this game. Some games DO have A.I’s as the components for the player. But, this game actually said that it was an online game with ACTUAL people. How do I know that they are A.I’s? Well, the creative names that the players have is totally unrealistic. Especially since the most people that play this game is children, who couldn’t possibly spend time just coming up with names like “S’more Vixen” or “Jurassic Savior” Even if. People do come up with a name that you don’t hear of often, Why would I repeatedly see the same name like these but never manage to get in a game with my friends! Because if. A.I’s. Also, If there were real people, I would have actual competition, but I alway’s seem to win the games, why? Since I’m about to finish up, let me end with this. So many people like me have given similar reviews, the developers of this game haven’t even lifted a finger to reply to one of them, much less actually change these problems. I guess what I’m trying to prove, is for this game to ACTUALLY give us the real crowd experience.

Dropkick Hero ,

Deleting this fake multiplayer game!

Like other reviews, my experience started off easy where I was winning every game I played. Over time, it’s become clear to me that you’re playing against AI and not other users, as you can still play without cell signal or WiFi, and other players somehow wait for you to watch an ad before they move in what’s portrayed as “real time.” After a few days, I’m to the point where other crowds run from you and into the path of larger crowds. They are all placed near each other where they can quickly acquire each other and start off with an advantage over you, but you have to chase them for 15 seconds before you come in contact with any of them. Almost every crowd I chase to acquire suddenly decides to sacrifice themselves to another crowd so that I have a larger crowd to contend with. The only way to have a chance is to watch some 30 second ad to get 10 extra pieces, even after paying for no ads. This would be fun if you actually had multiplayer instead of passing off AI as multiplayer, and at least programming your AI to act more like other players instead of working together to make the game more difficult for actual users. Good concept, but very misleading.

In-App Purchases

No Ads
Remove ad banners and interstitials
$2.99

Information

Seller
Voodoo
Size
263.7 MB
Category
Games
Compatibility

Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English, Chinese (Hong Kong), Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese

Age Rating
12+
Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
Infrequent/Mild Simulated Gambling
Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Copyright
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. No Ads $2.99
  2. John $0.99
  3. Novice $0.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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