Damn Little Town FREE

Damn Little Town FREE


A breath of fresh air for all board and turn-based game fans!

Damn Little Town is a tactical board game for 1-4 players. The game is divided into two phases:

- during the first phase, you build your little town and place your settlers;
- during the second, you try to escape the town, which has been corrupted.

Evil is rising and destroying everything in its path. You have to escape this Damn Little Town before it’s too late...

Multiplayer mode:

- pass-and-play (2-4 players);

Single player mode:

- play with 1-3 computer opponents.


REVIEWS:
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CNET.com:

"Best mobile game of June 2014. If you like Carcassonne and Downfall of Pompeii, Damn Little Town -- which was inspired by both of those games -- will be right up your alley."

PocketGamer.co.uk:

"A sparse quick-fire boardgame with plenty of interesting ideas, Damn Little Town is just a little too punishing for its own good."

PocketTactics.com:

"Damn Little Town builds Carcassonne over the Hellmouth. Combining Carcassonne with Survive! is an awfully clever idea and I’m looking forward to this."

Jayisgames.com:

"Starting with a premise eerily similar to Carcassone, but then completely changing how play proceeds from there, Damn Little Town is set to become one of the most popular iOS card games of the season."

148apps.com:

"DARN GOOD LITTLE GAME. Deceptively simple gameplay and relatively minimal visuals hide a smart game of skill in Damn Little Town."

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Dear Board Game Lovers,
Your comments and critiques are welcome! We need your opinion to improve the game.

- Lumarama

Recent changes:
- Background battery usage optimized
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About Damn Little Town FREE
A breath of fresh air for all board and turn-based game fans!

Damn Little Town is a tactical board game for 1-4 players. The game is divided into two phases:

- during the first phase, you build your little town and place your settlers;
- during the second, you try to escape the town, which has been corrupted.

Evil is rising and destroying everything in its path. You have to escape this Damn Little Town before it’s too late...

Multiplayer mode:

- pass-and-play (2-4 players);

Single player mode:

- play with 1-3 computer opponents.


REVIEWS:
------------------------
CNET.com:

"Best mobile game of June 2014. If you like Carcassonne and Downfall of Pompeii, Damn Little Town -- which was inspired by both of those games -- will be right up your alley."

PocketGamer.co.uk:

"A sparse quick-fire boardgame with plenty of interesting ideas, Damn Little Town is just a little too punishing for its own good."

PocketTactics.com:

"Damn Little Town builds Carcassonne over the Hellmouth. Combining Carcassonne with Survive! is an awfully clever idea and I’m looking forward to this."

Jayisgames.com:

"Starting with a premise eerily similar to Carcassone, but then completely changing how play proceeds from there, Damn Little Town is set to become one of the most popular iOS card games of the season."

148apps.com:

"DARN GOOD LITTLE GAME. Deceptively simple gameplay and relatively minimal visuals hide a smart game of skill in Damn Little Town."

-----

Dear Board Game Lovers,
Your comments and critiques are welcome! We need your opinion to improve the game.

- Lumarama

Recent changes:
- Background battery usage optimized

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A Google User
Jul 13, 2014
Fun and strategic Great concept but needs online play & difficulty settings. Also, why not have the players place the hell tiles and add to the strategy rather than randomizing. Perhaps an 8x8 board option?
A Google User
Jul 3, 2014
Awesome game I love it!