Reviews and Problems with Anno: Create a new world
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10 April 2010
Summary: i have been trying, and for a long time now, to find the best strategy game for ds that incorporates old school building you city with new portable technology. i can finally say i have found it. this games needs skills, strategy, reason and many other features you might find on a pc based game. buy it if you are a strategy fan and you may end up addicted.
Summary: First time played game like this and it is different but enjoyable, will keep you playing for a long time. Different as I play games like prof Layton, cradle. Would recommend anyone who has not played this type of game before too give it a try you will not be disappointed.
Summary: Daughters comment: I love this game. Dragon Quest 9 on DS is my first favourite game. This is my second. You are able to construct houses in 1404. Plus all other necessary buildings and fields to progress from town to metropolis. I like the milk farms. You can see the cow's. treasure hunting is really nerve racking as the corsair's can steal your treasures. So when I play this game I am on tenterhooks at all times. Its fantastic!
Summary: I really like this game but I did find it required me to make hand written notes while I was playing it. I have the US version of this game (Dawn of Discovery). This is the same game as the UK version 'Create a New World'- perhaps terminology is different though? So far I've been working through the tutorial and have reached Citizen (third) Status for my people - this requires numerous fields of grain, herb plantations, dairies, churches, guesthouses and convents etc.
Summary: I loved this game, I have been looking for something similar to Zeus on the PC for ages and was chuffed when i first started with this. I started with story mode to get used to it but am now on continuous play. I like it and find it relaxing but i think you get too many abilities too quickly and sometimes it all moves too fast. Apart from that though this is a fantastic fun game that keeps you occupied for ages.
Summary: If you've played ANNO 1701, then you already know the format: build a settlement, judge the best place to put civic buildings like churches, build enough (but just enough) resource-producing farms, mines and so on, and watch your citizens develop through stages to Aristocrat level. It's probably a better version of the same game; as your islands develop and your cities grow, you're rewarded with either more sea area to explore and settle, or with new technologies to use.
Summary: This is a great game for the DS. One thing i have struggled with DS games is that you can completet them quite quickly. But this game kept me occupied for weeks and i was looking forward to my 2hour commute to work each day so i could sit and play. If you like things like Sim City and Age or Empires you would like this as it is a great combination of the two but with better graphics and a lovely little story.