Klondike Adventures

Klondike Adventures

By VIZOR APPS CORP.

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2018-04-04
  • Current Version: 2.6
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 252.20 MB
  • Developer: VIZOR APPS CORP.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.6395
4.6395
From 79,264 Ratings

Description

Welcome to the ultimate city and farm experience! - EXPLORE the wild territories of Alaska together with valiant Kate and adventure-savvy Paul. Build strong and prosperous farm and city in the wild. This game has it all! - BUILD a flourishing city with factories and farms, mine for resources and craft everything you need for travels, quests, new buildings and orders from the locals dropping by your town. - FARM in the wild! Raise animals and harvest crops, make food for yourself and to trade. - COMPETE with neighboring farm owners and take as many craft and farm orders as you can during the timed events held among all the players! - UNLOCK challenging quests! Help explorers Kate and Paul solve mysteries and build up ancient ruins in every town or village they travel to. - PLAY fun mini-games at your farm and at other locations! - ENJOY the breathtaking scenery and landscapes of various locations! Every corner of your small northern town and the whole game world is packed with wonders of nature and history! - MEET outstanding game characters and hear their compelling stories during your journeys from one town to another! The wild lands of Alaska hide many thrilling adventures. Build the world of your dreams and enjoy your Gold Rush city and farm! Terms of Use: https://vizor-interactive.com/documents/klondike-mobile/eula_appstore.html

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Reviews

  • Excellent help

    5
    By teechill1
    I want to say that I love this game and I know it gets frustrating a lot unless you spend money which I spend a lot. But I don’t mind. I just want to say that you have the best customer service of anyone!!!! They went way beyond to help me . Thank you so much customer service for recovering my game!!!!
  • Not for the impatient.

    4
    By mehve-chan
    This is not the game where you clear a path for farm animals to get away from fires or runaway tractors, or for the girl to not get eaten by a bear if you manage the trap doors correctly so she can rejoin her man. This is actually an engaging resource and time management game with a quirky storyline loosely based on an idealized “Wild West” setting. After enjoying the first two hours over holiday 2020, I made an in-app purchase to support the developer and subscribed for a higher cap for energy that is auto regenerated. Energy points that is used to clear away obstacles and “mine” for resources with a goal to make the new town or settlement more self sufficient (producing goods to first feed the town and then eventually to export) You can choose which orders to fulfill, and cancel the ones that may be demanding too much of your production line to allow new orders to come in (I had to cancel a few that needed yogurt or ogle mogles, for example, until I had a good resource flow for pipes, glass and cream.) Costly shortcuts are part of the game, however. But it’s elective. Spend the gems to finish the baking early or wait the half hour? Or use gems to refill the energy bar or use chocolate and candy to generate energy? Your farm animals will expire after “harvesting” them for a set number of goods and turn into chocolate or candy or ice cream cones (this is a good tradeoff i think, as the gold earned through filled orders and task completions can then indirectly feed the energy bar). This is just one of the resource loops you can find to keep the game moving and there are probably others. After a couple of weeks I canceled the subscription but have been able to keep playing at a reasonable pace once I had a reliable way to refill the energy bar when I need it higher than the normal cap (using chocolate and honey or apples, etc.) I might buy a gem pack again later, but it’s also too easy to accidentally tap a spend-gem-button, so I hesitate to do that. I found that the key to enjoying this game in 10-20 minute stretches is finding your ritual loop and not worry about filling all the shipping containers (which you can plan for if you catch the preview early enough) or all the orders on the board (some of which you can just cancel). I also don’t expect to be able to uncover each new limited-time map to completion. The one repeatable mini game from the candy shop is actually fun and something to look forward to when i come back to it after work.As the saying goes, all things in moderation! (Note to the developer: maybe update your game icon to represent your game more honestly?)
  • Too much

    1
    By swnoeieghebf
    Takes too much time to get things done.
  • Push for cash purchases

    3
    By Mega93
    I understand money needs to be made but could possibly be circumvented by adding more video ads and getting funds from them versus the player. One task can take hours because of all the actions required to complete one task but the measly 51 bars of energy. The first couple of days were a fun rush and I would’ve spent a couple bucks but suddenly I would have to open my wallet 20+ times just to finish my goals for the day. If I need to make a cabin that means cutting a tree outside depleting all of my energy, followed by getting iron to make nails again energy depleted, add that to the time waiting for the nails to be made. It becomes a big drag.
  • Fun game but requires purchases to get anywhere

    2
    By Jarbinette
    This is a fun game, but takes too many energy points to clear anything, too long to make items, too much coin to make things, and you have to spend $$$ in App Store to get anywhere which is probably the developers goal. Losing interest and may stop playing.
  • Frustrating

    2
    By Kolekoolguy
    Could be super fun if the energy was easier to acquire. Stopped playing it because the frustration of creating enough energy to complete tasks was excruciating. Moved on to a different game that also requires energy to advance but it’s way more fun because I can earn energy a lot easier. And the VIP for my other game is $4.99/mo. Klondike’s $19.99 a month is the same amount I pay for my gym membership. Forget it!
  • Improvements noted

    5
    By MayKayHay
    I have always liked this game and I think there have been some improvements. Improvements traveling from one place on the map to another.
  • Fun game, however

    3
    By Me Me 1971
    Can you add the option to purchase gems with coins? Energy is depleted so quickly and a person could go broke spending money on gems in order to play for more than a few minutes at a time.
  • Klondike

    5
    By Yeaaahahahahah
    Is a very interesting game
  • Entertaining

    5
    By Squirrelville
    Helps take your mind off of life as an entertaining alternative

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