Klondike Adventures

Klondike Adventures


  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2018-04-04
  • Current Version: 1.33
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 152.58 MB
  • Developer: VIZOR APPS CORP.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0.2 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 21,129 Reviews)
  • Price:
Klondike Adventures App Ratings: 4.5
From 21,129 Reviews

Klondike Adventures App Description

Travel to the time of Gold Rush with Klondike Adventures! Explore the wild territories of Alaska together with valiant Kate and adventure-savvy Paul. Build a strong and prosperous city in these vast cold lands! Klondike world is full of exciting expeditions, hidden treasures, great opportunities, and challenging quests! - Welcome to the gold rush era! Go on expeditions to the North and become a true adventurer. - Complete challenging and yet enjoyable quests! Help explorers Kate and Paul solve mysteries of the locals. - Turn a deserted station into a flourishing city! Build factories, mine for resources and craft everything you need for expeditions and quests. - Start your own farm in the wild! Raise animals and harvest crops to make food and clothing for yourself and to trade with the locals. - Enjoy the breathtaking scenery and landscapes! Every corner is packed with wonders and mysteries! - Meet outstanding characters and hear their compelling stories during your journeys! The wild lands of Alaska hold many secrets and thrilling adventures. Play Klondike Adventures now and enjoy your Gold Rush experience! Terms of Use: https://vizor-interactive.com/documents/klondike-mobile/eula_appstore.html

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App Reviews

  • Could use some improvement

    By Schwarbek
    I enjoy the game but I often forget about it because of the minimal play time and long waits for energy. The game is unbalanced. It don’t find it relaxing to play for 5 to 10 minutes and then have to wait for what feels like forever while staring at all the things I could be clearing or building. I would use gems, but the price doesn’t justify the amount I would need to use to keep a flow to the game. Other than that it is an fun and adorable game, but the cost and lack of flow is a game killer for me. I would be happy to pay a one time game cost for a version that allows for a more balanced play experience from start to finish and purchase dlc when it comes out. Just my two cents ...
  • Needs tweaked

    By Cjk862
    I like this game a lot. The different areas are interesting & well done graphically. However I agree with so many others that you need to find a way to keep players in the game longer than the few minutes it takes to cut down a tree! I played FarmVille & sometimes I would play for 1 or 2 hrs. I would do the same with Klondike if there were either more energy or at least more ways to make it than the meager candy machine. You pretty much can’t do anything for free except plant your fields. I would also like neighbors so we could help each other with energy or items. I’m not sure I understand your thinking with energy thing. People would be glad to occasionally spend money on special things but you will never keep players interest that long the way you have it set up. In your comments about the feedback you’re getting you frequently say we understand but. Didn’t anyone ever teach you that when you say whatever whatever but you negate everything prior to your but.
  • My favorite game but....

    By CritLeigh
    Ok. Hands down this is a great game. However, the energy grind is what is probably going to keep me from playing. I’ve already spent more on this game than I care to admit, but I’m not spending it anymore. It’s so frustrating to have to wait forever to get a full energy bar, only for it to be depleted on a tree, ice, or a bear. There really is an unfair balance. I’m sure it will be a game that I give up pretty soon, but the company won’t care, because they already got paid nicely from me. I hope they rethink their business model and become more consumer focused and not so much focus on “wallet fattening.” I’m not sure how they can go about revamping their focus, but I pray they do, because I really enjoy this game.
  • Energy

    By Nay 2007
    This game is very fun but energy is not enough!!! It needs to be improved.
  • ??

    By disapointed 60
    I like the game but after a lot of work it froze up and I lost everything.
  • Definitely a great game, but...

    By JennyAnne1206
    Unless you stick to your phone like glue to keep up with this game, you will never keep up with challenges and you will seemingly NEVEEERR move forward in the game. It’s so fun but everything costs “energy” and most everything requires MORE than your replenished energy so you make one move and you’re done until your energy replenishes. So if you’re the type that works all day, takes care of the house after work and you just plays your game to relax before you go to bed, you’ll chop down one tree a day lol. Find a different game. There has got to be a better energy system. Don’t even get me started on the energy cost for hunting! Lol
  • Klondike

    By Moniquetypical
    Like this game but it takes all my energy too fast and it takes forever to get it back.
  • Love this game BUT.....

    By Nancie S
    A few days ago I couldn’t log into the game. When I reloaded it I had to start over I guess because I hadn’t saved it. So, I started over. So, to e on the safe side I went to game center to save the game and was given two choices: 1) the cloud 2 days ago 2) or a regular save. I thought choosing the cloud would bring back my original game, but no I now have to start over. A lot frustrating!
  • App crash

    By Astler10
    The ap crashed on my phone. Email to creators was undelivered
  • 50 Energy is a Joke

    By Maccalen
    The game is fun, the graphics are cute and I like the missions, but seriously, don’t make cutting down a tree or rock 100+ points. That’s insulting. Yeah, I know you can get energy elsewhere, but not much and it goes fast when you need to clear a path or get material and cutting down on freaking tree is 80 to 100 energy. It’s slows the game down enormously and makes it tedious instead of fun. I keep sticking with it to see if it gets any better and perhaps the developers decide to become a little more generous with their audience. But I have a feeling I’m being delusional here. Generosity seems to have no place in business. Ever.