Naquatic’s iOS-only game CivCrafter, if you think of the title alone, sounds like a cross between Civilization and Minecraft, though if you look closely at the description, there’s a strong Clash of Clans flavor to this game. There really isn’t much in the descriptive blurb, but it does say clearly that your goal is to craft an entire civilization with a single finger, and that the game has received some good reviews from reliable sources. However, since we’d rather help you with this game than expound continuously on what you can expect, we shall now move on to our CivCrafter cheats and strategy guide.
1. Focus On Growing Your Population
This is arguably the biggest drawback of CivCrafter – it can take you a while to build your population to a solid size. But that’s also the first thing you should do in this game. We suggest building 25 huts or more, and shooting for hitting a population of 100 as soon as possible. Don’t be frustrated if you have no choice but to have most of your population working as farmers – great things start from small beginnings, and your people need to eat to survive.
2. Upgrade Your Storage Capacity
Initially, you want your resources to top out at 2,000, but at the end of the day, there’s no such thing has having too many/too much resources. Your storage capacity needs to be upgraded as frequently as possible so you can properly allocate those resources in your town.
3. Collect All The Resources By Tapping On Them
Want a neat way to get a good deal more resources than you would if you let your collectors do it? Simply tap on the resource icons, and that way, you can get more of whatever you click on, especially Skins and Ore; Herbs, which are the third special item, doesn’t need to be prioritized here, as it comes automatically in this game.
4. Fight With A Full Force
It doesn’t matter if you’re attacking an enemy city or defending yours. Once you’ve built your barracks, we suggest attacking enemies with 20-30 soldiers or more. Keep in mind that the more troops you’re controlling as compared to your enemy’s troop count, the less chances of losing a lot of troops. Likewise, this tip also applies if you’re trying to defend your civilization from the opponent.
5. Turn Your Skins Into Leather
We’d also advise you to get all the Skins you could so you can convert that resource to Leather. Why do this? Simple – food is the only resource that will run out on its own. With that said, what you can do here is to have the maximum number of farmers so you can produce more food and reach your limits sooner. Once you’ve maxed out, remove the farmers from their task to reduce your food. And right before your food hits zero, have your farmers work again; this time around, they’ll collect more food, produce more Skins, and convert Skins to Leather.