Civilization Revolution for iPhone is Free
Alright gamers, fire up iTunes and the App Store because for a limited time the Civilization for iPhone app is free. No this isn’t the trial lite version, it’s the full Civilization Revolution, which usually sells for $6.99. The game is being given away for free courtesy of the FreeAppADay program, but there’s nothing to sign up to get the game.
You can grab the 80 MB download of Civilization Revolution from the iTunes Store or the App Store client on your iPhone but the deal is expected to expire by tomorrow.
Civilization Revolution is the iPhone version of the Sid Meier Civilization dynasty, where the objective is to build an empire, discover the in-game world, and conquer all to eventually rule the world. It’s a really fun turn-based strategy game and well worth a download even at $6.99, so being free is an absolute steal and comes highly recommended.
I’m always looking for good mobile games and Civilization Revolution fits the bill well when I’m (temporarily) pulled away from my current addiction of Starcraft 2.
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Do you have the game download, I want it and I missed it during that time.
iPhone applications are only legally available through the iTunes store. Even if you find a “copy” it will still ask you to validate the application by using your Apple account — if you didn’t purchase it, you get an error.
Exactly right. The app store model solves a lot of general piracy problems.
Civilization for iPhone frequently goes on sale though, it was $0.99 about a week ago. Just keep an eye on the App Store.
lol you think that but you couldnt be further from the truth..
i jailbroke my iphone and guess what… i get to steal every program on the app store.. hahaha
you’re just too naive (aka classic mac user) to see that the app store doenst really solve anything especially concerning piracy.. if anything it causes more problems