As you may expect from the game’s name, Township is about developing a town. You’ll be able to build a city of your dreams, harvest crops, look after the farms, sell goods, and manage everything else you see. There are options to trade with foreign countries, open cinemas and other buildings for the citizens, and give your town a particular flavor of life. Be ready to get resources from the mines, look for unique artifacts, and run a zoo with cute animals from around the globe. TheRead full review
As you may expect from the game’s name, Township is about developing a town. You’ll be able to build a city of your dreams, harvest crops, look after the farms, sell goods, and manage everything else you see. There are options to trade with foreign countries, open cinemas and other buildings for the citizens, and give your town a particular flavor of life.
Be ready to get resources from the mines, look for unique artifacts, and run a zoo with cute animals from around the globe. The game is full of excellent features, and I’ll tell you about them in this review.
The Township isn’t 3D and doesn’t have fantastic graphics, but the visuals are colorful, bright, and friendly. They don’t seem like a retread of another game.
Township has a cartoonish style. The animals you have to milk, look lovely and adorable, the townspeople are kind, and their dwellings have convenient locations.
Have you ever played Farmville? If you have, Township will be overwhelmingly familiar. You need to plant and harvest crops, construct houses, and trade the things you collect to get more materials. This game is a perfect mix of farming and city-building.
The thing that distinguishes Township from other similar games is its mechanics. It ties your town’s expansion and well-being with farming, industry, and trade, so the economic factors mean a lot in Township.
In Township, you begin with a small starter town and 10 plowed plots of land for growing crops there. The first thing to plant is wheat, but you can also grow cotton and sugar cane. You’ll unlock more plants if you enlarge the town’s population.
To get more citizens, you have to raise the happiness level, which determines the number of people willing to live in the town. To make this level grow, build decorations and particular buildings. Then, increase the population by building houses.
Remember, that you need friends playing this game, too. It’s useful to share resources and develop together, so if you see a friend on Facebook playing Township, hop in without hesitation.
The touchscreen controls are easy to understand and remember. Tap on the buildings, resources, and do what you need to improve your town. Plus, there's a comprehensive guide to the controls and how to play the game.
Replay Value 4,5/5
The game offers you lots of alternative activities to the typical ones like gathering resources and purchasing new items. You’ll be able to run a zoo, an airport, use boats and helicopters, and exploit a mine.
All these actions are easy enough, but playing with them and discovering the new ones makes you come back for more every time. You’ll spend much time unlocking rewards and revealing all the game’s secrets.
It’s not surprising that free games offer you lots of in-game purchases. Township is not an exception.
The most popular offers are, for example, Bundle, Case, Box, or Envelope of Cash. You may buy the in-game currency at your will. Many gamers do make such purchases, as they save time, and the improvements become easily reachable. It’s up to you to decide.
Township is a solid game where you have much to strive for. The quests are interesting to complete, and the graphics are decent enough. All in all, the game is worth playing.Collapse
Township is a casual town simulator, and won’t offer you anything exceptionally new, so if you're looking for innovation in the genre, you'd better look elsewhere. Still, it’s well done and enjoyable to play.
Pros : Smooth controls;
Variety of activities;
Social mechanics emphasize a feeling of community.
Cons : It’s hard to play the game if you don’t have friends playing with you.
Juggling happiness, population limits, and a number of plots can be tedious.
Converting resources feels needlessly tiring.
Replay Value 4.5
Average : 4.3