Adelantado Trilogy: Book One
No room for independent thinking. Just have to do what you are told, follow the instructions kind of game. I couldn't even get through the free one hour trial.
September 20, 2012
The worst BF game I ever bought
This game is essentially devoid of challenge. For 50 minutes or so per level, the game guides you around and basically tells you which task to do next. You don't really get to decide for yourself when or which upgrades you want to do. I own dozens of BF games and this is by far the worst.
October 6, 2012
Not much to it.
PLayed for an hour and you just click, and do what the game tells you to do, there is no real challange or difficulty. It's a cool idea, but its not that exciting
September 19, 2012
The two reasons you should NOT buy this game.
1. You cannot save your progress in the middle of the levels.
2. You cannot demolish abandoned buildings and reuse the land.
August 18, 2013
Not really a game
How can this be a game? There is nothing involved that justifies it being called that. It's a constant being told exactly what to do. No way of applying a strategy, the game won't let you do that, so there are moments in which you have to wait to get prompted to do something you already know you need to do. About as exiting as watching paint dry.
April 2, 2013
Sorry I bough the game
Had I merely tried the game first I never would have purchasted it. Got to the second level and came to a point where no matter how or where I searched I could not find enough ghold to ship, so I could advance to the next level. Deleted it from my playlist and will never open it again. Thank you very mutch.. Mitchkins
September 24, 2012
This Game Stinks
This is only the second time I quit a game without finishing. This game was annoying and frustrating.
Problem 1 - There is no thinking involved. You get popups here and there telling you what needs to be done. Until you get those popups, you can't upgrade or construct anything.
Problem 2 - The popups are idiotic. You constantly get popups telling you to construct a building even though there is no place to put one. Or to upgrade buildings even though you haven't yet earned the ability to do so.
Problem 3 - The instructions don't instruct. Although the game is mostly intuitive, there are things you need to do that actually require instructions. At one point I needed to talk to a character in order to go forward. Problem was that I needed oratory level 3 and I was only at oratory level 2. How do I increase my oratory level? Your guess is as good as mine because the instructions don't say a word about it.
Save your time and money.
July 28, 2013