My Lands

My Lands is a free game for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch that provides gamers with the same experience that the PC version does.

One of the most interesting things about My Lands is that you can actually withdraw game money into real money. This game is the first online strategy game that offers such a feature.


Although My Lands doesn’t appear to be available on the U.S. App Store, I was able to test it out by playing the PC version. I believe it is also available in the U.K. App Store.


Learning how to play this game will take virtually no time if you’ve played Civilization in the past. And if you enjoy games like Civilization, Heroes 3, Age of Empires or Starcraft, then you’ll feel right at home playing the iOS or PC version of My Lands.

For people that haven’t played the strategy games mentioned above, then here’s a brief explanation of what to expect when playing My Lands:

  • Gather resources and expand your territory
  • Spy on enemies and raise your armies
  • Wage war
  • Join clans and create alliances
  • Work together with allies to dominate “Your Lands.”
  • Raise buildings and upgrade technology
  • Send spies to keep track enemy plans

Unlike regular strategy games that pit you against a computer or a few online members, My Lands is much more vast. With the amount of allies you can team up with and enemies you can fight, My Lands is a lot of fun and never gets old.


Mission Accomplished

The retro graphics seen in this game are on par with other strategy game graphics. Not to mention that the amount of things you can do within the game are endless: whether it’s upgrading your city or destroying you enemy.


Being able to play this game on your PC or iPhone and still having the same experience is a big plus as well.


People that like strategy games can’t go wrong with My Lands. It has a great retro style to it that keeps you coming back.

This review is paid, but remains honest and non-biased under our app reviewing pledge.

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Octavian is a technology enthusiast and blogger. He enjoys writing for App Comrade and keeping up with current trends. The last thing he would ever do is buy a pre-made computer from a store. He believes building your own computer is a great experience that everyone should try in their lifetime. On the side he likes experimenting with Linux, servers, and programming. He is not "l33t" or ever wishes to be, but he can manage well enough :) On top of running this site he also runs a web design service, an app marketing service and a web hosting service.


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