Townsmen is a game that will appeal to fans of the SimCity video game series because it is an app that is dedicated to building towns. The only difference is that Townsmen runs under Android and that the game is set in the medieval ages.

The idea behind the app is simple – create a medieval empire from a tiny village, find resources, increase the population and keep everyone happy! Sounds good, right? Well, you will have problems as well – things will not be easy since there are bandits in the area that will pillage your town so you will have to create barracks and soldiers to protect what you have achieved so far. We have to give credit to the game since the app offers nice graphics and numerous game modes to choose from so you will always have fun with it. In addition the game has great sound that fits the atmosphere and a simple main menu that keeps everything easy to understand and use. There’s only one problem with Townsmen – the top fifth of the display is occupied by ads all the time so this is the price you have to pay for playing this free game but the rest of it is just great.

We did enjoy Townsmen – the game is interesting, fast-paced, fun and challenging and we definitely think it will appeal to you and especially to fans of the SimCity series. The game adds more to the genre and has great features. True, the ads you will see are annoying but this is what it takes to keep this game free – and we think it is worth seeing a few ads here and there in order to play this game at no cost.

Townsmen is here on Google Play.

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