Age of Civilizations is a turn-based strategy game in which your object is to dominate the world. • Maps: - Earth | [342 Provinces] • Orders are submitted before each round. The number of orders you can submit during each round is limited by your Movement Points for that round. • After orders are submitted, civilizations execute actions in turn order, which is randomized at the start of each round. • Map - The capital is the most important province in a civilization. If you lose your capital for 3 turns, your civilization will no longer exist. If you capture another civilization’s capital, you obtain all of its provinces. Capitals have a defensive bonus: +15% and an offensive bonus: +15%. Capitals have all buildings already constructed. - Transparent provinces are neutral. Provinces with color belong to other civilizations. - You can scale the map. To go back to the standard scale, double tap the map. If scale is other than standard on minimap you can see '!' in top right. - Use the Economy and Population buttons to view each province’s Economy and Population values. Use the diplomacy button to view each province’s owner and engage in diplomacy (see Orders- Diplomacy View). • Treasury - Money is added to your treasury through income tax, which is based off your civilization’s total population and economy. Money is subracted from your treasury for military upkeep, which is based off your amount of military units (units at sea have a higher upkeep than units on land). • Orders - Normal View - Move: move units from one province to another. You can move between provinces you control or attack another civilization’s province. - Recruit: recruit units from the selected province. This costs money and is limited by the population of the province. Recruiting from a province reduces its population. - Build: construct a building in the selected province (see Building Types). This costs money. - Disband: remove units from the selected province. This decreases military upkeep. - Vassal: creates a vassal state with another civilization. - Annex: brings a vassal state back under your full control. • Orders - Diplomacy View - War: declare war on a civilization. - Peace: submit a peace offer to a civilization. If accepted, your civilizations will no longer be at war. - Pact: submit a pact offer to a civilization. If accepted, the civilizations cannot attack each other for five rounds. This can be canceled through a War order one round in advance. - Alliance: submit an alliance offer to a civilization. If accepted, that civilization will aid you in your military efforts. Use the War order to let allies know who your targets are. - Kick: end an alliance with a civilization. - Support: give money to a civilization. • Building Types - Fort: gives a province a defense bonus. - Watch tower: allows you to see army numbers in neighboring provinces. - Port: allows units to move into the sea. Units at sea can move back onto any land province, even if it doesn’t have a port. • 193 Civilizations • Vassals • Achievements • Hall of Fame • Random placment • Random fill • Random games • Scenarios: - Modern world - Modern world Full - World war I - World war I Full - World war II - World war II Full - Custom scenarios! • Three different types of fog of war: - Off - Standard - Full • Tutorial • Available languages - English - Čeština - Español - Deutsch - Français - Italiano - Nederlands - Polish - Português - Russian - Türkçe Special thanks to all translators! Contact:

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System Requirements

OS Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone 8.1, Windows Phone 8
Architecture ARM
OS Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone 8.1, Windows Phone 8
Architecture ARM

Additional info

Published by
Łukasz Jakowski

Approximate download size
15.84 MB


This app can
Use your device network services

Get this app while signed in to your Microsoft account and install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.

Language supported
Italiano (Italia)
Deutsch (Deutschland)
Português (Brasil)
English (United Kingdom)
Polski (Polska)
Français (France)
Čeština (Česká Republika)
Español (España, Alfabetización Internacional)
Türkçe (Türkiye)
Русский (Россия)
Nederlands (Nederland)

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Platform: Mobile

Good for a couple hours

Simple yet addictive strategy game. There is no tech, and no special advantages to any civ other than maybe location. It would make it more interesting: Maybe a special weapon, unique unit, tech upgrades or civ unique fortress, like Maginot line for France or Atlantic wall for Germany). Instead it is mostly a numbers game and early expansion (rush) wins every game. Definately worth a try since it is free and fully functioning, just limited to map of Europe. Will have to upgrade to full version for more hours of gameplay.




Platform: Mobile


It's a great game, super fun. Even without paying it's one of the best strategy games I've been able to find. Basically you choose your country and conquer the world. It's not to complicated, but it's also not to simple. The only complaint I have is that I wish other maps were available on the free version, but even with only the basic map the game is still amazing.




Platform: Mobile

I love this game. I'm planning on buying the full version- I'd even pay for what the free version offers. I'm that eager to support a game when it's very good. The vassal system is really cool, but kind-of confusing, and I'm not entirely sure what the benefits are. But, basically, from what I can tell, when you have a captured capital you can make it swear allegiance to you. It will allow you access to a separate income/movement that your vassal gives you. If it were possible to make this multiplayer... That would be so cool.




Platform: Mobile

I really think this game is great to pass the time or stay up late just feeling in power. What would make it even better would be to make the full version free (probably not going to happen) or at least make it possible to be bought in other currencies (etc.) than USD because I am English and have no payment methods for USD's. Furthermore it is difficult to see icons of small countries and I constantly have to check if I have built towers, ports etc. there. Maybe changing thus would make the game a bit more efficient Hope the game can be made even better, From, Happy player

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Platform: Mobile

Absolutely fantastic game, looking to buy full version soon.




Platform: Mobile

Decent civ type game. No units so it's basically a number verse number army no unit types strategy game. Territories can be conquered like in the game risk and each territory has 3 upgrades. Fortification, Sea port, tower (to see nearby enemy unit numbers). I may pay for game if other continents are open with added civilizations.

2 out of 2 people found this helpful.




Platform: Mobile

It has potential but has many problems that it needs to fix but it is fun 3/5




Platform: Mobile

I always lose for wanting to have my country's actual land size. I'm always being forced to expand in order to survive. At the very least, give the smaller countries more economy per turn. Also, I suggest that Czech Republic and Austria be two separate provinces.




Platform: Mobile

This Is a very very fun game, if u got the free version. Then u got to buy the full version for the max gameplay. That is y I have it at 4 stars




Platform: Mobile

Great strategy game, best I've played on wp7. I like how you can play on different difficulty settings. Fog of war is the best, element of surprise :D



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