iPad Hotseat support?
Will there be hotseat support for the iPad version of the game? I would definitely buy the game if there was.
I have the iPad version. I haven't heard anything about hotseat support and I have been on the look out for any iPad info.
Would be a great feature.
Still, without it, you are doing yourself a great disservice by not buying it. It's an amazing game.
Just my 2 cents.
Really looking for a hotseat game and there are not a lot of them around
EDIT: One night of boredom I eventually decided to get the game after converting to a mac user and knowing that the macbook air clearly can't play any games. And what a letdown it was, civilization revolutions for ipad has clearly been stripped of unnecessary elements that made the game too advanced and focused on some of the most interesting elements of the game war and city building, but at the same time lost an essential part, diplomacy. What point is there to play the game against Ai if there is no diplomacy!!
Saying that there is no diplomacy is an exageration but other than the ability to trade tech for stupid sums of gold or declaring war that is, pretty much it. Finished a game in just under 4 hours last night and it was aweful. I was at war with every civ through-out the game. Either war or they would demand silly things like a tech when i was obviously militarily superior. Vassals no longer exist asking another civ to attack another doesn't exist, open borders doesnt exist, trade of resources doesnt exist except through camels which i never got to try because i was always at war with every civ. It was just impossible to make peace, i never declared war once and while I was eliminating ai after ai, they kept asking me for techs in exchange for peace!! It is the first civ game which has gone by so quickly but put me through such excruciating agony. If i would only want to fight i would play a game like age of conquest for the ipad. Civ is meant to be a civilization simulator not a war sim. And I hardly noticed once the ai fighting each other.
Normally you can sit on the sidelines and watch ai civilizations form alliances and then fight each other and suddelny less and less civs are left on the map. But this was just me in the center and doing everything. And after finishing the game the only reward was a you are best message and return to main menu no recording of world events or anything. No this was an unusually bad civ game. It is not the graphics that are important but the game elements and well nothing was good in this release.
Last edited by Benne90; 04-21-2012 at 06:43 PM.