A lot for little.
An okay game for distraction or to take your mind of the daily-life.
But after sometime it can appear dull and boring.
As a cheap game, you get a lot, and it's an amazing way to wind-off.
Which is importent for anyone.
|Mac Requirements||Minimum Supported||My System||Will It Run?|
|Mac OS X||10.6.8||10.10.5|
Your Mac meets the
|CPU Type||Intel Mac Only||Intel Mac|
|CPU Speed||2 GHz||2.7 GHz|
|System RAM||2 GB||8 GB|
|Drive Space||1.6 GB||798.7 GB|
|Video RAM||256 MB||1.5 GB|
|Video (intel)||Any||Intel Iris Pro|
I was going to write a review, but then I realised that everything I wanted to say has been expressed by PilarS.
It's a moderately entertaining game, but the tutorial is really deceptive - single player options are limited to defence only and they ain't much of a challenge; it takes less than an hour to master all three single player maps.
I give it three stars, but that's only because it doesn't cost much, so I shouldn't expect much.
This game could be great. However, if you are planning to play as single-player or off-line you should be aware that there are only three maps available and that in those maps you can only defend (you cannot launch attacks, only defend your castle for as long as possible). If the actual game off-line had been anything like the tutorial (allowing mining and attacking your adversaries) I think I would have liked it a lot.