Written Android App Review
Looking for a new civilization builder to occupy your free time and foster your penchant for being a benevolent overlord? You’ve come to the right place. Our Android app review of Miracle City will show you the latest title designed to help you beat (or supplement) that Farmville addiction.
In Miracle City you will craft the civilization of your dreams. Build pretty houses, plant and harvest bonny crops, mine for goods and decorate to your heart’s content. Yup, this app sounds just like every other builder we’ve ever reviewed so far. But there are a few neat features that set it apart.
First, the game tutorial is not exhausting. It’s brief, to the point, and lets you start doing things your own way pretty quickly. That’s a huge relief. While there are quests to keep the game moving along, you can ignore them if you really want to. You’ll earn XP and currency just by playing.
We also liked the app’s fun seasonal decorations. For Halloween the app had haunted forests, tombstones and other spooky decor for you to arrange however you’d like.
The Miracle City Android app has a pretty well developed social aspect as well. It links into Facebook and Twitter, so if you really want to share your amazing abode feel free. It also has an in-app social network where you can visit neighboring cities, make new friends and send gifts.
Layout & Design
The graphics are quite good in the Miracle City Android app. All the colors are bright, and each house, shop, crop and decoration are unique and special without being overbearing.
Controls and menus are kept small and unobtrusive. The app’s touch interface is easy to use and quite responsive. No complaints about the app’s design work. It’s a solid job.
Like so many other amazing apps on Android, Miracle City is completely free to download and play. And, also like so many others, there’s a catch. Either you play the Miracle City Android game slowly, taking your time cultivating a thriving civilization, or you’re going to dump a lot of money buying in game credits just to see little buildings pop up under your fingers.
We suggest the former. Civilization builders are meant to be played casually. Check in once or twice a day, get a good routine going, and definitely don’t spend a lot of dough buying currency.
The game’s unique content and otherwise standard gaming opportunities make it a solid investment if you’re looking for something new to play. And, after all, it’ is free.
Android Apps Review Details: Miracle City Android app is free. This app requires Android 2.0 and up. You may download Miracle City from the Android Market.
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