Catan

June 23, 2013 - Comment

Catan, the legendary board game, is now available on Kindle. True to the original game by Klaus Teuber, you can compete with up to four players for the most settlements, the longest roads, or the largest army. You can trade with each other and claim the precious land with all its resources. Play either via

Catan, the legendary board game, is now available on Kindle.

True to the original game by Klaus Teuber, you can compete with up to four players for the most settlements, the longest roads, or the largest army. You can trade with each other and claim the precious land with all its resources.

Play either via Pass ‘N Play multiplayer or challenge eight different Kindle-controlled Catanians, each with their own individual strategies. They will prove themselves worthy competitors: the pirate Jean, who knows no compromise; Vincent the merchant, who never allows himself to be cheated; Sean the knight, who takes what is rightfully his… Find out if you really are a secret colonialist, confront your rivals, and become Lord of Catan!

Simple controls, a comprehensive tutorial and the Catan Almanac for quick reference of the game’s rules make it easy to start playing, whether you’re a first-time or an experienced Catan player.

You can now play the board game millions play and love any way you take your Kindle.

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Gero "Gero" says:

Needs getting used to – but fun I had the great pleasure to test this game during the beta phase. It takes a couple of seconds to load up on a Kindle 3 (a/k/a Kindle Keyboard) – and when it’s done, the user interface needs getting used to.Most prominently, the b/w screen lacks the clarity to distinguish between the players’ buildings. But once you have played a game or two, it’ll work for you, I promise. In addition to that, moving around with your cursor keys on the map to find the right building spot takes you back in time when we were playing games on Java cell phones with a similar interface without a touchscreen. But again: Once you got used to it, it’s just fine.There’s of course one thing you should keep in mind: Playing a game with a little calculation going on, not to mention the screen refresh cycles, certainly drains your battery faster than when just reading a book. That much has to be expected and is certainly no reason for a bad review.

L. Corbell says:

PLEASE make this game for the Kindle Fire too!! I love this game. I’d really like to be able to play it on my own tablet though! I’m sure it will come out soon right? Right?

Ed Pegg "Math puzzler" says:

The great strategy game, done well on the Kindle I’ve long loved the game , so I bought my 124th Kindle program.Graphics are okay, with some flickering in spots as the turns cycle through. I was rather reminded of the Kindle implementation of as trading got started.The game consists of an island of 17 regions, which can produce timber, rock, grain, sheep, brick, or nothing (the desert). The regions each get values of 2-12 (sans 7). Settlements are built on the corners of the hexagons (inside the island, a settlement touches 3 regions), and roads are built on the edges. Each player starts with two settlements and two roads. Each turn, 2 dice are thrown — on a 7, the robber gets moved, on other numbers, regions with that number produce resources for all neighboring settlements. The edge regions have harbors which give special trading…

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