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  • Summary: Build. Discover. Conquer. Rule the World!

    Lead your civilization from the dawn of man to the modern age and beyond in Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution. Go head to head with history’s greatest leaders as you wage war, conduct diplomacy, discover new technologies, inspire your
    nation and build the most powerful empire the world has ever known.

    For nearly two decades, the Sid Meier’s Civilization® franchise has been the benchmark for strategy gaming. Now the greatest strategy game of all time arrives for the Apple iPhone™ and iPod® touch with Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution™.


    Choose your victory path: military, cultural, economic or scientific. However you choose to lead your people, there’s a way to win.


    Choose from 16 Civilizations throughout history (including America, Spain, China, Japan and Germany) to lead to victory.


    Triple your strength by combining up to three units into one powerful army and destroy your enemies. Level them up through military victories to gain additional strength and new abilities.


    Completely new interface designed for gesture-based controls. Zoom in with a pinch, move your units with a drag and scroll across the map with a flick.


    Multiple difficulty levels, an integrated tutorial and friendly advisors are all here to help newcomers and seasoned Civ veterans alike.


    Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution for iPhone and iPod touch has all the same civilizations, gameplay and scenarios from the award winning console game. It’s all of the goodness of Civ right in the palm of your hands.


    Conquer the world whenever you want, wherever you want, on your time. Save whenever you like, or just use the autosave feature if you get a call.


    Coming soon in (free!) updates: Localized versions in French, Italian, German, Spanish and Japanese, achievements, Twitter integration and more!
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  1. Nov 28, 2012
    If I have 10 minutes to kill I play Angry Birds, If I have 20 minutes- a few hours I play Civ Rev. If you have ever played the Xbox or PS3 version of the game, it is the same game with simpler graphics. Every little bit of strategy is there. I was so impressed with this game. For the uninitiated, it is a turn based strategy game which has you choosing a civilization (Rome, Japan, American, Britain etc...) each with their own unique bonuses and you start out at the stone age and grow with them through to the space age. You can win through one of 4 ways, you can capture the 4 other enemy capitals, you can win an economic victory (save up enough gold, , then build a world bank) You can win a scientific victory by researching enough technology to build and launch a space ship which reaches the nearest solar system or you can win a cultural victory by being the most sophisticated building wonders. The military aspect alone of this game makes it worth it. As you develop you go from warriors, to legions, to tanks, to bombers. But the other victories are much easier to win, however you will need to learn how to defend yourself from attacks which if you prepare properly will crash against you city walls as harmlessly as waves against a stone. Most games take a few hours but I usually start a new one as soon as I'm done showing you how much fun it is. It is a very deep game which will take you a while to learn all the nuances, the basics are easy enough and the lower difficulties are very forgiving. My only qualms are with the fact fact that looking around the map can be a pain at times and sometimes I accidentally move troops while I'm doing it, but this does little to take away from my love for this game. If you are tired of all the simple pick up and play games that choke the apple store and are looking for something deeper to sink your teeth into, this is the game for you. Expand