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Qin iOS Review

17 October 2012 4 Comments

Prepare to colonize the Chinese hinterland as you found provinces and absorb remote villages into your growing empire. During your expansion build magnificent pagodas as a sign of your authority. The first to build all his pagodas wins the game. But beware —  the other players can conquer your provinces and villages, tearing down and replacing your pagodas. Plan your expansion wisely, conquer foreign provinces and establish the glorious Qin Dynasty by building your last pagoda!

Simple rules make Qin a tactical treat for the whole family. Due to it’s quick playing time and two different game boards, you’ll want to play again right away

~ R&R Games

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  • Joe Lat said:

    Thanks for this. Saw that it was out and wasn’t interested. Your video changed my mind.

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  • Joel Eddy (author) said:

    Good deal. Ya, as an app, it’s oddly addicting. :)

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  • Matt Riddle said:

    hmmmmm, i want it

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  • Joel Eddy (author) said:

    I thought you might Matt. It definitely has pieces of it that have a T&E vibe. Much lighter, but it’s there.

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