so having only a handful kinda sucked. Same with the miracles
17 July 2014
Summary: I'm a big fan of the series. There was a HUGE improvement in the construction, but there seemed to be less things, and less game play. There were about 15+ choices for Creatures in the 1st game, so having only a handful kinda sucked. Same with the miracles, you had very few to choose from. Unlike the first game where there were dozens of fun miracles to play with. Kinda hoped for MORE things to do. Not better graphics and less things to do, customize, and play with.
Summary: I bought this game because I was looking for some oldies to play that had unique animals and such. But my mouse hardly works on it. The sensitivity is very low and it doesn't even respond half the time. Im using a razer and at this current state the game is unplayable. I have no issue with any of my other games, just this one.
Summary: This game is so much fun to play. It's not what would normally go for. I'm more of Sims fan but the city building, creativity and option to win in two different ways made this game worth while for me.
Summary: Kid says that the game is great if one likes building stuff and expanding cities. She enjoys playing god and interacting with the people. She seems to have a lot of fun playing. The game from what I see has some crude moments (cow toots and poops, to list one), which could be objectionable, but some age ranges find that hilarious. The age rating seems appropriate.
Summary: This is a great concept but it was poorly executed. The effects of the different buildings other than the houses are not clear, making the city building weak. The army building is very limited and the battles carry little weight. some of the mini games are alright but many are awkward and frustrating. The people you are suppose to protect have no individuality and feel like nothing more than a resource.