Civilization Revolution 2 hits iOS, expected to land on Android in the foreseeable future

Civilization Revolution 2 hits iOS, expected to land on Android in the foreseeable future
The latest addition to one of the most favored and critically-acclaimed strategy turn-based game series of all time – the classic Civilization - has just maneuvered to Apple's App Store. We are talking about Civilization Revolution 2 here, gamers, the sequel to Civilization Revolution, which cleared iTunes back in 2009.

Civilization Revolution 2 doesn't diverge from the good ol' concept of the game series even a bit – it's a turn-based strategy, which requires you to undertake the tough job of leading a nation from the Neolithic Era through the Space Age. In the mean time, you'll interact with a wide array of rivaling nations. Either befriend them or conquer them, it's all up to you! You'll play as a renowned country leader and some of the more notable you can choose from are the likes of Sir Winston Churchill, John F. Kennedy, Napoleon, Gandhi, et al. So, you'll definitely have to put your thinking caps on, gamers!

It is important to say that the game has been developed with mobile devices in mind, as it comes with pretty intuitive and simplified interface, which puts emphasis on the gameplay itself and makes it easier for players to navigate through the menus. Unfortunately, Civilization Revolution 2 doesn't sport any multiplayer features. Albeit this might be a deal-breaker for some, we are pretty sure that most of the hardcore fans of Civilization will overlook this dearth.

Civilization Revolution 2 is priced at $14.99 and it comes with but a few in-app purchases, which allows you to buy new leaders and maps. All in all, these IAPs are inessential ones, so the freemium model doesn't break the gameplay. The turn-based strategy is iOS-exclusive at the moment, but it should hit Google Play sometime this year.

Download: Civilization Revolution 2 (iOS)

via: Gamespot, Polygon



1. Jason2k13

Posts: 1469; Member since: Mar 28, 2013

$14.99 with in-app purchases??

2. Shatter

Posts: 2036; Member since: May 29, 2013

Yup, thats a bunch of BS. The IAP would be okay if it was like $1 or $2 but $15 games should not have IAP for characters...

3. vincelongman

Posts: 5745; Member since: Feb 10, 2013

IMO the only IAPs that should exist are expansion packs or to remove ads There shouldn't be any cheat IAPs, gaming should be a challenge and shouldn't allow paying to win IMO

4. tokuzumi

Posts: 1948; Member since: Aug 27, 2009

It will depend on what the IAPs are. Hopefully, they won't pause the game, and have all kinds of pop ups asking to buy something.

5. Malakai

Posts: 3; Member since: Jul 03, 2014

Too expensive iap!!!

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