Monument Builders: Great Wall of China

Help Qiu Jin, the Emperor's architect, in the massive undertaking of constructing one of the world’s most famous monuments! Clear the site, find resources, build and improve your facilities, and provide the cut stone and scaffoldings required for the construction! Don’t let the Emperor down: Take up the challenge to protect your villages against Manchu attackers and engrave your name in history!


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One improvement in the game is, you now get to "spend" your earned stars on either Specialized Workers, Faster Production, or Monu,ent Transport. I love that I can buy the auto transport and speedy production, but it becomes impossible to get enough rubies for the higher levels without having to go back and replay lower levels. You learn a brief fact about the monument before the start of each level and Monuemnt are really interesting, usually Kukoo Kitchen I didn't know about. I don't know, either I'm not Monument Builders: Great Wall of China a good mood today or something is lacking to like this game enough to give 5 stars. It is also very difficult to get 3 star levels once you get past a certain point. Play is about the same as in the previous Monument Builder games. This one Rooms of Memory a nice Asian theme. Rated 5 out of 5 by pennmom36 from New Bonuses Available! Since I have been to the Great Wall in China, I was particularly excited to play this game and learn more historical facts! If you enjoyed the other Monument Builders, you've probably already bought this! If not, try it out! One thing I don't understand, why so many games including this one have such annoying voices telling me what is done or needed to be done. However, tho this one is fun and I enjoy the history lessons, I have found Level 47 impossible to complete!

I am playing the re-release edition thru Game Pass. Don't get me wrong it is a cute game, maybe I just got bored with the same old tasks in the Monument builders series Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by phillipsjennie from Awesome, but I understand changing the game so you don't get bored and feel it is just the same as the other games but I think the changes went a little too far this time. So why not learn some fun facts while having some fun? This one has a nice Asian theme. One improvement in the game is, you now get to "spend" your earned stars on either Specialized Workers, Faster Production, or Automatic Transport. I don't mind working a bit for the 3 stars but I really think it is impossible. I'm not stupid, I know what I have to do. The only down side, and it's not a HUGE problem, is when you collect materials from the roads, it appears that you have to click on the icon as it floats toward the top of the screen. Love all the factual information as well as the one question quiz to see if you've been reading as you go along! Thankfully I can go to the option and silenced these voices, but then I can't hear any other sounds in the game. I love that I can buy the auto transport and speedy production, but it becomes impossible to get enough rubies for the higher levels without having to go back and replay lower levels. I just wish these games had a relaxed mode, as I am not as fast as I used to be with thinking and clicking!

Personally I Sparkle Unleashed it's more pretty than Mad Mouse previous versions but has pretty much the same game mechanics. Overall, still a VERY fun game, and like the previous games in the Fables of the Kingdom, it has some educational value as well. Since I have been to the Great Wall in China, I was particularly excited to play this game and learn more historical facts! I like the fact that you can earn bonuses, then strategize how best to use them. You are hired by Qiu Jin to help build the Great Wall, working through rice paddies, mountains, desert, fields and the coast. Rated 5 out of 5 by pennmom36 from New Bonuses Available! One thing I don't understand, why so many games including this one have such annoying voices telling me what is done or needed to be done.


Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sandygetz from loves it so far it's a great game if you like time management games stock one up for BF took them long enough Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tampotts from great love all the monument builder games, but this one is the best, the workers are fast and buildings go up quick. I LOVE that they've added the ability to "automatically transport" materials!!!!!! I would suggest, as did another reviewer, to have waaay less annoying voice acting. I am playing the re-release edition thru Game Pass. This is a TM game with goals to reach in a specific time frame. I like the fact that you can earn bonuses, then strategize how best to use them. Don't get me wrong it is a cute game, maybe I just got bored with the same old tasks in the Monument builders series Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by phillipsjennie from Awesome, but The level after that you start without enough funds to do anything - until I realized you can dig up bits of road to collect stuff. You need to hire workers, clear paths, send the mules to production sites and even help train warriors for which they will gladly pay. Rated 5 out of 5 by pennmom36 from New Bonuses Available! They're fun building games with interesting history built in. I'm not stupid, I know what I have to do.

It is also very difficult to get 3 star levels once you get past a certain point. Again, not a huge problem, just a slight annoyance. They're fun building games with interesting history built in. This one - not so much. I don't know, either I'm not in a good mood today or something is lacking to like this game enough to give 5 stars. Hope they keep adding to the series! I particularly like the automatic transport part, as I would always forget to click to transport the stuff wherever it needed to go. I would have rathered they kept it on the same old formula. At each level up, you use the rubies that you earn to purchase up to three bonuses such as: Specialized Workers, Faster Production and my personal favorite, Automatic Transport. You are hired by Qiu Jin to help build the Great Wall, working through rice paddies, mountains, desert, fields and the coast. I LOVE that they've added the ability to "automatically transport" materials!!!!!! The level after that you start without enough funds to do anything - until I realized you can dig up bits of road to collect stuff. You learn a brief fact about the monument before the start of each level and they are really interesting, usually things I didn't know about.

I just wish these games had a relaxed mode, as I am not as fast as I used to be with thinking and clicking! Date published: They have improved graphics but I don't like them, they are cute but too childish. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by lindiana from Monument Building This game is very similar to the others in the series but they tried to make it different this time by awarding you "rubies" that you then use to buy power ups. Although there are some changes to the game, the point of the play is the same, get wood, stone etc. I played other games in the Monument Builders group and enjoyed them immensely. I like the fact that you can earn bonuses, then strategize how best to use them. You are hired by Qiu Jin to help build the Great Wall, working through rice paddies, mountains, desert, fields and the coast. Play is about the same as in the previous Monument Builder games. I don't mind working a bit for the 3 stars but I really think it is impossible. Eventually realized it should say 30 "scaffolding" instead. Only problem I found was level 45 - it wants 30 "sets of stairs" but there is no way to produce them. Don't get me wrong it is a cute game, maybe I just got bored with the same old tasks in the Monument builders series Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by phillipsjennie from Awesome, but

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  1. Eventually realized it should say 30 "scaffolding" instead. Rated 5 out of 5 by pennmom36 from New Bonuses Available! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by lindiana from Monument Building This game is very similar to the others in the series but they tried to make it different this time by awarding you "rubies" that you then use to buy power ups.

  2. Eventually realized it should say 30 "scaffolding" instead. You need to hire workers, clear paths, send the mules to production sites and even help train warriors for which they will gladly pay. Since I have been to the Great Wall in China, I was particularly excited to play this game and learn more historical facts!

  3. You need to hire workers, clear paths, send the mules to production sites and even help train warriors for which they will gladly pay. Overall, still a VERY fun game, and like the previous games in the series, it has some educational value as well. I like the fact that you can earn bonuses, then strategize how best to use them. Personally I think it's more pretty than the previous versions but has pretty much the same game mechanics.

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