Prehistoric Tales

Bring an ancient world to vibrant life as you build and protect a fledgling settlement! Raise small cities out of the ground, fend off fierce dinosaurs and spend hours enjoying addictive gameplay. As you tend to your budding civilization, be sure to manage your resources well so you can feed and house the villagers. Exciting missions will appear on the screen, are you up for the challenge? Take the first steps on an epic journey to greatness today!

It's not bad for what it is, but there's really very little strategy to it Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by yppJeanie from Easily one of those 'Landmark' offerings that people recommend! I think you should play it first and then decide whether to buy. On the other hand, none of those required battle, and this one does. There are nonstop quests to do, supplies to buy, and resources to get. More space in the game to plant and build things 1. A great inmprovement on an already perfect game! The map also moves; you aren't stuck to a tiny square. The only complaint I have is that the game just seemed too short. Please tell me there will be a sequel very soon!!! There are also items to find that go in your inventory which you can equip. It reminds me somewhat of games like Adelantado, Finders, The Island: Castaway in that you are building up a settlement and making use of resources in the area. Overall, I am really enjoying the game, but like I said, just wishing I could move it along a little faster.

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Your warriors have their own menu and different types with different attributes will eventually become available to choose from. They really expanded on the Finders game. I think you should play it first and then decide whether to buy. Absolutely loved this game! The fighting style is similar to Prehistoric Tales WMS Slots: Quest for the Fountain Dofus, where it's a turn-play grid type of setup. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by annimm from unexpected treasure unusual game! There are also items to find that go in your inventory which you can equip. Hope you do to. I did like the auto-battle feature in this game. Did I mention it was like Finders, only better?!!! It reminds me more of my tribe etc. I think I Prehistoric Tales offered an option on one of my upgrades for an auto-collect type of thing, but passed on it for something more like defense ability. Total Awesomeness!

Absolutely loved this game! You need to plan resources, how many of each type of structure you wish. But anyone who prefers thinking over clicking might enjoy it. It's not bad for what it is, but there's really very little strategy to it I wish there were more games like this available. Raise small cities out of the ground, fend off fierce dinosaurs, and spend hours enjoying addictive gameplay! On the other hand, none of those required battle, and this one does. Bring an ancient world to vibrant life as you build and protect a fledgling settlement! This is the type of game that brought me here years ago; it's got your free-style type of game that is reminiscent of a few games: wandering willow's type of freedom to do what and when you want to do them. Through your training, you will become a skilled builder able to raise small cities out of the ground, and a staunch warrior who can fend off the fiercest dinosaurs! Replay value is excellent! You level up by gaining experience points performing tasks, completing quests. There are battles, which I don't care for at all, but since there is an "Auto Battle" button, at least this can be mostly taken care of with just buy troops and snoozing your way through the battles.

Also have the choice of how you wish to upgrade your Settlement, with resources and skills. Through your training, you will become a skilled builder able to raise small cities out of the ground, and a staunch warrior who can fend off the fiercest dinosaurs! The hero faces enemies with the help of warriors, shaman, Prehistoric Tales, and other defenders. But anyone who prefers thinking over clicking might enjoy Peehistoric. Bring an ancient world to vibrant life as you Prehistoric Tales and protect a fledgling settlement! Some goals, like trading 55 times have taken me a while to meet because I don't like some of the "deals" the traders are offering. Where other games would have said 'you've finished chapter one, congratulations' this one told me 'The End' and left me wondering how I'd finished this kind of game in just a few short hours. You need to plan resources, how many of Green City 2 type of structure you wish. You do collect resources, but you get to choose Talfs like how many huts, mines etc. Take the first steps Taales an epic journey to greatness today! There are battles, Prehistoriv I don't care for at all, but since there is an "Auto Battle" button, at least this can be mostly taken care of with just buy troops and snoozing your way through the battles.


I liked combination of building, collecting resources and trade system. It was a little confusing at first with the battle scenes but I think I got the hang of it. Interesting Battles section. The hero faces enemies with the help of warriors, shaman, hunters, and other defenders. If you do enjoy a fight, random non-quest battles can also be found. You do collect resources, but you get to choose things like how many huts, mines etc. Better visual of the cute little people - love their babbling sounds! Did I mention it was like Finders, only better?!!! No glitches or technical issues yet. Read more Bring an ancient world to vibrant life as you build and protect a fledgling settlement! I loved the original game, Finders. The only complaint I have is that the game just seemed too short. My husband even enjoyed this game and he usually only likes jigsaw, crosswords, and unique puzzles. In fact, it's untimed. If you like it, you should know in just a few minutes.

Overall just a 3 star rating because it was way too short. Rated 5 out of 5 by loopyerme from Replay, Replay I tried the demo and had so much fun that I was sad when the hour just flew by. My husband even enjoyed this game and he usually only likes jigsaw, crosswords, and unique puzzles. I think that people will either love this game or not want anything to do with it. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Lyndy20 from Quests and turn-based battles - excellent! Also have the choice of how you wish to upgrade your Settlement, with resources and skills. No glitches or technical issues yet. Did I mention it was like Finders, only better?!!! As always, try before you buy. The graphics are good and the storyline is okay, but I am used to moving the story along a lot faster. This is really my favorite type of game and we don't get enough of these. I think you should play it first and then decide whether to buy. Same music as Finders - it's relaxing.

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  1. Calling this game a time management wasn't really fair to the game. But anyone who prefers thinking over clicking might enjoy it. The graphics are good and the storyline is okay, but I am used to moving the story along a lot faster. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by yppJeanie from Easily one of those 'Landmark' offerings that people recommend!

  2. The sounds and functions are a lot like Wild Tribe with a Virtual Villagers similarity. No glitches or technical issues yet. Cute graphics, good storyline, good replay. I've replayed the other sim-type games over and over.

  3. But anyone who prefers thinking over clicking might enjoy it. Even some of the music is the same! The fighting style is similar to the game Dofus, where it's a turn-play grid type of setup. Hope you do to. Where other games would have said 'you've finished chapter one, congratulations' this one told me 'The End' and left me wondering how I'd finished this kind of game in just a few short hours.

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