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Städtebau-Brettspiel der Ted Alspach ist jetzt auf dem Android Tablets! Der Gewinner des prestigeträchtigen 2013 Mensa Select Mind Games Award fordert Sie heraus, eine wachsende Metropole verwalten. Wählen Sie Ihre Strategie sorgfältig, wie Sie gegen mehrere Computer Persönlichkeiten und Ihre Freunde zu konkurrieren. Oder auf der Einzelspieler-Kampagne zu nehmen, und zu reisen, um reale Städte, alle mit einzigartigen Ziele.
Bauen Wohnen, Gewerbe, bürgerlich, und Industrieflächen wie Läden, Museen, Flughäfen, und natürlich Vororten. Der Markt verändert sich ständig, so verbringen Sie Ihr Geld mit Bedacht aus. Seien Sie vorsichtig, nicht zu schnell wachsen, oder du wirst sowohl Einkommen und Ihren guten Ruf zu verlieren. Nehmen Sie die richtigen Schritte, um zu sehen, dass die Bevölkerung wächst, und Sie werden als Sieger hervorzugehen!
Entwickelt von: Bezier Games
Mindestanforderungen an das Betriebssystem: Android 2.3.3
Wer das Brettspiel bereits kennt, wird sich bei dieser App schnell zurecht finden und es lieben. Nicht nur das klassische Spiel gegen menschliche oder CPU Gegner ist spannend und herausfordernd (und dabei sind die Computerspieler wirklich sehr unterschiedlich in ihrer Spielweise), auch der Kampagnenmodus für Solo kann durchaus begeistern. Für Freunde guter Strategiespiele zum Thema Städtebau empfehlenswert.
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Suburbia is a game where you are trying to build up a city by buying one tile each turn from an ever-changing market. You win by having a combination of the most population & achieving certain goals like 'most lakes' or 'fewest commercial areas'. The goals change each game, and while most are public knowledge, each player also has a secret goal that only they can score. You also have to keep a close eye on your income and your reputation, as they will affect your ability to buy from the market and whether your population goes up or down each turn. I've owned this for some time in board game form, and I was excited to see it coming to Kindle Fire because it's a bit fiddly. Having the computer take care of the bookkeeping for you is a huge plus!!
This is a terrific implementation of this game. I've had it about a week - not a single crash on my older Kindle Fire. The graphics are crisp & clean. The text is a little small, if you have a smaller Kindle Fire AND poor eyesight you might have trouble with it. The AI seem a little easy in the basic game, although the Goal-Oriented AI will give me a run for my money. I especially like the little chart that shows you the other player's setups, makes it a LOT easier to see what you need to focus on.
The single player campaign, however, is the real challenge here. You start with a map with just a couple locations unlocked. Each location has a connection to the gaming world - either an Olympic city or a city where large board game conventions are hosted (Dallas, Essen). Each location has a specific challenge map on it that follows the basic rules of the base game, but with only certain tiles available and a specific, challenging set up. I'm trying to play though this on Easy, and it's HARD - I had to do Atlanta four times before I got it!! So my recommendation is, play the Local Play for a casual game (or pass and play with friends!) and the Campaign when you want a challenge.
The game has one flaw, but it's minor - I can't figure out a way to look directly at the other player's maps on my turn. (EDIT - NEVER MIND! Apparently you can do this by clicking on the other player's names!) Now, with the chart that describes the players' layouts, this is not TOO big of a problem, but there are a few goals that call for 'most contiguous' of something or other, and you can't tell whether something is contiguous from the chart. But, if you know that, you'll just know you have to pay a little attention during the other players' turns. There's a BIT of downtime while the computer goes through the other turns, but it's not too bad, and honestly you usually want to pay attention to the other players anyway, so I wouldn't want it to go any faster.
The Kindle Fire has really suffered from a lack of good board games - I have about half a dozen on my Kindle Fire and half of them are buggy. Suburbia is up there with the best - looks great, plays great, no technical issues - and the price is right!! If you have ANY interest in board games on your Kindle, you can't go wrong with this one.
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4.0 von 5 SternenThe board game is a great strategic city building game11. November 2014
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The board game is a great strategic city building game. This app is an attempt to bring Suburbia the board game to the tablet and does a fairly good job. The single player missions add some fun options if you have no one to play with and the multi-player mode functions nicely. The tutorial also does a good job of explaining most of the game as well. If you are still unclear of how to play there are you tube videos that will demonstrate. If you like the board game you will like the app. In some ways 4 - 10 inch screens can't really capture everything you can see on a large table, but nothing is drastically off about the app version. I recommend this app for those who enjoy strategic city building board games and those who are already fans of Suburbia.
I have the boardgame which is a hit anytime I bring it to the table. I was so excited to be able to play this on Android (everything seems to be iOS for boardgames) and it really scratches the itch I have when I want to crack out the game but have no one to play with and don't always feel like playing the boardgame in solo mode. This game definitely offers me a bit of a challenge, I'm usually a few population or money away from meeting all objectives; although, I'm not a major Suburbia expert at the table either. Honestly I haven't even dragged out Suburbia to a game night now because I'm satisfied with this version and maybe a bit relieved that I don't have to do any book keeping in the mobile version!
I bought the app without being familiar with the actual board game. If you into city building games or games that require a bit more thought and planning than Candy Crush. The strategy elements are fun and captivating. The solo campaign is challenging and plays like a puzzel (you can still play the standard game against bots). The only disappointments are minor ones. The game lacks a random option to set play order and which bots to play. This oversight is compounded as each bot has a strategy. I much prefer having my games randomly pick oppenents and set play order.
Great app - really brings the board game to your portable device. Have only played a few times so far, but have really enjoyed it, and found that since using the app, I have been able to see more strategies and opportunities when playing the actual board game. Just getting into the "campaign" modes...challenging and lots of fun