Forge of Empires: Build a City

Forge of Empires: Build a City

By InnoGames

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2014-01-31
  • Current Version: 1.145.2
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 173.61 MB
  • Developer: InnoGames
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 84,131 Reviews)
  • Price:
Forge of Empires: Build a City App Ratings: 4.5
Total 84,131 Reviews

Forge of Empires: Build a City App Description

Build your empire and journey through the ages: With Forge of Empires, we bring our award-winning strategy game to your iPad and iPhone. Build your city and develop it from the Stone Age to modern times (and beyond). Download the app and play Forge of Empires now! 5/5 "A brilliant city building game created by people with a true love of strategy." 5/5 "I am so addicted to this game. Unlocking new tech trees, buildings etc. feels very rewarding. I love this game!" FEATURES - Build your city and evolve from the Stone Age to modern times (and beyond). - Develop new technologies and discover new buildings and goods - Produce supplies to manufacture goods - Exchange your goods and trade with your neighbors - Discover new territories and seize control of the provinces and their rewards - Use your negotiation or battle skills to take over sector by sector Forge of Empires is based on our successful browser strategy game which was published by InnoGames in the summer of 2012. It was awarded Best Browser Game 2013 by the jury at Deutscher Computerspielpreis (German Computer Game Award). Finally, the online strategy game is available for iOS as well, providing cross-platform access. Forge of Empires is free to download and install. However, some game features can also be purchased for real money. If you don't want to use this feature, please disable in­app purchases in your device's settings. A network connection is also required. General Terms and Conditions: Imprint:


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Forge of Empires: Build a City App Reviews

  • Great game!

    By The Jarl of Ironwillow
    Alotta fun and filled with multiple layers. Only way to make better, have option to remove and store ANY buildings for future.
  • Good game, a few critiques

    By Psycho456
    I really enjoy this game. I think for the most part it’s designed really well and incorporates a lot of aspects that I really like. I do have a few critiques though. #1 It’s ridiculous that the game has been around this long and there’s still not a way to block people from messaging you in mail. I hear they’re working on it but it’s LONG overdue. #2 I think the plundering system could use a little work. I know a lot of people are really frustrated by it and want to get rid of it completely but I don’t think it needs to go that far. I get plundered maybe once a day and it’s annoying, but doesn’t hinder my gameplay all that much. However, I can see how the people getting plundered by multiple people daily could get seriously frustrated. Maybe make it so each player can only be plundered by 3 people a day? That could certainly make life easier on the people being bombarded by plunderers without taking plundering away from the people who enjoy doing it. #3 I’m in the Early Middle Ages and the first house you unlock is a downgrade (population wise) from the last house you unlock in the Iron Age. The Iron Age cottage gives 73 people but the EMA frame house is only 67 people?? It does give more coins, but it’s not worth it since it costs almost 3x as many coins to build it as the cottage and since expansions are scarce enough as it is, I can’t afford a population downgrade like that. Which means if I want to get my population up enough to build the things I need, I have to either pay diamonds to unlock multistory houses or wait until I can unlock clapboard houses which is 3 branches farther down in the tree. And there aren’t any expansions between there on the tree either which makes increasing my population even harder. It’s seriously slowing down my gameplay. IMO each house upgrade should ALWAYS increase population. Otherwise what’s the point? All that being said, this is overall a really good game and they did a really good job on it. I might amend this review as I get further in the game, but I’ve have had it for a few weeks now and am really enjoying it.
  • Game is well thought out and content goes all the way to the future

    By Smegax
    Works pretty well, very minor bugs, has to be played while online, can be won without paying but paying gives you huge advantage. Sometimes the balances are off, and things cost too much. I’m glad they fixed the negotiations because they would always take diamonds which you have to purchase. I love the promotional updates, they are free to play and you get a lot of prizes that can further your gameplay, I hope to see more. The music is good and the story is ok but at least written clearly and with no grammar errors. Guild play is ok. You don’t really get any rewards. Guild bank is useless, it makes you waste resources for almost nothing. It would be useful if we could trade forge points to buy resources from the guild bank. Overall I like the game and play it every day. Thanks Dev Team
  • Great game

    By Sleepyweasel65
    Fun game to play and pass the time away.
  • They don’t tell you about plundering.

    By Zed the knowing
    If you’re looking for a nice game where you can peacefully build your city by making mutually beneficial relationships with other players, skip this game. It seems in the description of this game and the TV commercials they forget about telling you about plundering. This is where one player can attack your city, and take your resources. Furthermore, the deck is stacked against defending your city. Attackers can start getting buildings to boost their attacking army strength at the first level, defenders can’t get buildings to strengthen their defending army until the fifth level. And there are more buildings that strengthen attacking armies then there are that strengthen defending armies. There is no way to opt out of this plundering and usually players do not find out it even exists until they are plundered. Also, the rules do allow attackers to demand resources in exchange for not attacking your city. In other words blackmail is legal. I know of players that have left the game in frustration when they could not build their cities, because their resources were constantly being stolen.
  • Fun to a point

    By CAdream'n
    It started out to be fun BUT two issues: anyone tells you it’s free is incorrect, if you want to progress passed the Iron Age you need to spend money. Second, if you want to progress you will need a more complete set of instructions! There brief hints just don’t cut it. There needs to be a detailed set of instructions somewhere online.
  • Great game guys

    By Johnny DeHoyos
    This game keeps me engaged and makes me feel the desire to push for more.
  • Good, but hard two earn money.

    By Galexymantis
    This game is good and all, but I think it’s hard to earn money. I have to earn ALOT of money to do quests. And it’s also hard to earn forge points, like you need to WAIT to get it, like its only like five minutes, but it feels like an hour. But good game and if it was easier I would put all five stars. Thanks,
  • Be Prepared to Love it!

    By RickyHoliday
    It takes time to grow your city; but once you do the game is addicting. Been playing for 2 years. Great graphics, good prizes, nice community. Very relaxing to play.
  • This WAS the best online game I have ever played

    By Abama_fan
    Hand’s down, the very best. Unfortunately, some players are now using Bots in the Guild vs Guild portion of the game. I reported this to the in-game moderators about a month ago and nothing has been done about the cheating. The fact that Inno has not addressed the bot use is very disappointing! If they would fix this problem, this would once again be an outstanding game.