Lost Cities by the world-renowned board-game author Reiner Knizia takes you on a journey to undiscovered countries and mythical places. Compete against a friend, a stranger or one of 4 different computer players, in what has been called a "two player Solitaire with an extra portion of suspense". Designed and polished for the iPhone by TheCodingMonkeys, makers of Carcassonne for iOS.
• online matches against game center friends
• voice acted interactive tutorial
• comprehensive rules section
• 4 different AI players with emotions
• full-length atmospheric soundtrack
• a plethora of single- and multiplayer achievements
• fully playable via VoiceOver
Maintenance update for iOS 15 / macOS 11 on Apple Silicon.
Ratings and Reviews
Awesome single player solitaire game!
I bought this specifically to play solo, and I love it! Easy to learn, and it’s perfect for mobile because each game only lasts a few minutes. And even though luck is involved, you do have to plan and strategize. It’s not too easy or too hard, and it keeps me coming back for more.
Thank you, developers, for pricing it fairly, up front, with no IAP.
It works well on my XS Max on iOS 13, even though it hasn’t been updated in two years, which is why I docked it one star, because for the premium price it should be updated once a year to keep up with the current iOS. I do hope they at least keep it running as time goes on, because this is indeed a clever concept and more fun to me than most other solitaire games I’ve played. I’m glad I bought it!
Great game, but a tiny issue, and some cool suggestions
I love this game. It is lots of fun. I will say, whenever I turn the music up if you will or turn it on, as a voiceover screen reader user, I wish that when I would swipe across the screen, the music would not cut out as voiceover is speaking. I’m not sure why it does that. if there’s something technical that you are not able to get around, I can understand. But if possible, perhaps this could be fixed in a future update. Nevertheless, it is a great game. Here is a cool suggestion. I wish that people can send voice clips online. So not only do you send emoticon’s before drawing a card, you can send a voice clip. That way, people can make taunts to each other or what not. It would be really cool. and maybe, perhaps, it would be cool to make your own computer player. Just for fun. Don’t know how possible that would be to implement, but there are some thoughts for you. Again, great game.
I can’t put it down!
I was intrigued when I saw in the app description that this app was voiceover friendly. I am legally blind and have not been able to play the physical version this game as easily as I used to be able to. Playing on a tablet enables me to zoom in on card numbers. When I tested this game with my screen reader, I was expecting the buttons to be read, and maybe my cards. But I was astonished when my screen reader read EVERYTHING, including the lanes and the opponents plays, moves and scoring! I could play this game in the dark, which is to say, when my eye is in a lot of pain, I can still play because I don’t have to strain to look at the screen. Thank you so much for making this game truly and completely accessible. ONLY suggestion for the app itself would be to include a pass and play option.
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- 58.3 MB
- Requires iOS 12.4 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 12.4 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
- Age Rating
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