By Ramy, 17 October, 2022 Forum iOS and iPadOS Hello all: I saw many windows games that you have a person, and you build a city or something, go to purchase weapones, fighting others etc, do we have such an interesting game that i can purchase items using coins etc? Thanks in advance Options Log in or register to post comments Comments Lords and Knights Been playing it since May 2018 First thing I thought of was… First thing I thought of was Clash of Clans. (I don't play, I've just noticed it be popular.) https://apps.apple.com/us/app/clash-of-clans/id529479190 clash of clans But this is not accessible at all, did you try it? lords and nights is it really good? Chess Chess, too. Like I said, I've been playing Lords and Knights for four and a half years. As far as lords and knights go As far as lords and knights go, I do think it’s a good game, however, I can never seem to get ahead in that game at all. Path Of Adventure! I really recommend Path Of Adventure. It's classified as role-playing game in the appstore which it is but it's also strategy. It's good accessible VoiceOver, although every now and again VO will lose focus and a random button will be clicked. After you play it too many times it could get somewhat boring because after you know all the prompts, monsters items etc everything which is indeed possible (it's with me) because the game has a sort of limited selection, but it's still fun getting harder and harder. There are six levels and they all get harder and harder. Find it on AppleVis https://www.applevis.com/apps/ios/games/path-adventure Find it in the app store: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/path-of-adventure/id1449457468 Happy Playing! Strategy games For people with good spacial orientation, there are a growing number of choices. The BC4000 game and other games made by its developer are basically attempts to make popular turn based strategy games into accessible versions. DD Heros is basically a clone of Heros of Might and Magic which was once a highly regarded strategy RPG. The BC 4000 game I mentioned previously is a clone of Civilization, a true classic game of the strategy genre. Going a bit farther afield, might I suggest Six Ages: Ride Like The Wind. That game involves very deep thinking about risk management and consequences. It's much more friendly to players who have trouble with maps since it has come up with a good alternative method of exploration. Six Ages incorporates the most effort I've ever come across to make a game for sighted players more than just friendly to blind ones. The VoiceOver hint system is used to convey information to players reducing the need to hunt for it. Also, there are descriptions of scenes and other artwork in the game which are only visible to VoiceOver users. I've come nowhere near winning a game yet but I've had loads of fun trying. Battle Cry Battle Cry is a game I haven't played, although I looked at it. It looks like a modern version of Lords and Knights. What I wish is that someone would make an accessible version of Stratego. Stratego is a two player game. Each player's pieces power and characteristics are invisible to the other player until combat. A lot of fun, but I haven't played it since going blind. Oh well. Lords and nights I tried this game many times, and unfortunately, can not understand, it, i can upgrade my castle, and that is all, is there a good podcast or something? Lords and Knights Don't know if there are any tutorials. Do know there are many help topics inside the game. I mostly learned by poking around the various tabs and inside various items in each. For example, tapping on each item in the castle tab gives additional info and options, like tapping on arsenal inside the castle tab, which reveals where you can raise troops or disband them. Tapping on tavern reveals your mission options, which increases production. Tapping on library reveal research options. Tapping on the maps tab and then tapping on a habitat displayed on the map gives options for things like spying or attacking. You just got to poke around, and keep on poking around. Or, of course, you can decide it's not worth it and play something else.