[Game] Landrule Strategy vs Risk
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Landrule Strategy vs Risk is a turn-based strategy game. Similar to Age of Conquest and Risk.
You can test your strategy against thousands of others in multiplayer mode. A new pass-and-play mode lets you play against others locally on a single device! A single player mode is of course also included.
New maps make the classic risk game more fun. Lots of chances to develop a new strategy to conquer all the maps.
Visit our blog: http://blog.landrule.com
Landrule is now available on iPhone and iPad, play against your friends on different platforms!
Landrule Strategy vs Risk user reviews :
Awesome game with issues Game is great, got hours of enjoyment, only problem is different maps work for a period of time then stop working, never to be used again. Gives some error code and will not load certain maps.
Overall good game Like the basic idea of the game. Think they could change a few things with the AI. They could do 5 tier difficulty compared to the 3 tier system they currently have. The maps are great if you pay for others. Simple game but also insightful. The AI does need improving.
Great Risk type game This, with Slay, is my favourite quick conquering game on my mobile devices. The AI makes no stupid mistakes and though it’s easy to win against once you get the hang of the game you can set yourself challenges by trying to win from a difficult part of the maps. I have had the game for years on many devices. AI has not cheated (much). Maps don’t stop working. How about a Shogunate map of Japan?
Great Battling This app is great for fulfilling the greatest battlers dreams. Enjoy the many choices of maps. Get to meet other battlers from around the world. Sometimes the chat is more engaging then the battle itself! Well worth installing and playing.
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