Carcassonne

July 1, 2013 - Comment

Product Features Mobile version of the award-winning tile-based board game “Carcassonne” Includes the official expansion “The River II” Features 12 challenges Clever AI opponents with individual strategies Tutorial and manual for beginners Famous Words of Inspiration… Powered By AMZ QuoteCash

Product Features

  • Mobile version of the award-winning tile-based board game “Carcassonne”
  • Includes the official expansion “The River II”
  • Features 12 challenges
  • Clever AI opponents with individual strategies
  • Tutorial and manual for beginners

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J. Chambers says:

Finally it’s here for Android! I was introduced to the board game “Carcassonne” a couple of years ago by a relative, and since then, we and our wives have played several times, and it’s always a lot of fun. Unfortunately, we can’t all get together too often, so I’ve been hoping that an Android version would be released, and now it’s here.I’m playing Carcassonne on my Kindle Fire, which has a nice screen size for the game. If you’re not familiar with Carcassonne, it’s a unique game where players build the landscape from colorful tiles containing pieces of fields, roads, cities, and cloisters. In turn, each player positions their tiles, and optionally, places a “Meeple” on any of several locations on the tile. The game continues until the tiles run out or none of the remaining tiles are playable. Points are awarded for controlling fields, roads, cities, and cloisters, and the player with the highest score wins. It’s actually much easier to play than it sounds, but learning the proper strategies takes a…

M.C. "Mike" says:

Finally, a solid strategy board game for the Kindle Fire Well worth the money. It is currently the best app I have for the Kindle Fire. The AI is challenging enough to keep my attention (in fact I always lose on higher difficulties). I am not a big fan of Carcassonne the board game, but it works very well as a mobile app. The computer takes care of all the scoring and bookkeeping.This app offers a lot of options for setup, you can choose different rule sets, number of opponents, etc. It also comes with The River expansion.Also a plea to developers: I want good, modern board games like Puerto Rico or Catan on my Kindle Fire, I am willing to pay $5 a pop for them if they are the quality of Carcassonne. Many of these are available in the Google play store right now,please bring them over to the Amazon store as well.

Jonathan C. Moore "Pugilist" says:

Surprisingly good I enjoy the board game and, as we all know, at times the AI for these types of games sucks.Not in this case. The AI will regularly kick my butt if I do not plan very carefully and, at times, the luck of the draw will crush my hopes and dreams . . . which is rather the point of this game.

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