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Announcing Citizen Kake, the free version of Trouble in Tin Town!


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REVIEWS

  • Kokugamer.Com - 9 out of 10

  • "With controls this simple and an interesting twist on the use of historical figures as toys, it’s a different take on turn based strategy games for the iOS. This is definitely a game to play with its unique music and overall art style. It has a lot of potential to become one of the better iOS games out there."


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  • Explosion.Com - 8.0

  • "The comical storylines, cute and colorful graphics and the dated soundtrack of Trouble In Tin Town really help to push the title into being more than just another good iPhone game. This game will provide hours of fun to anyone who enjoys an easy to pick up strategy game."


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  • Slide To Play - 3 out of 4

  • "We look forward to whatever updates are coming down the pipeline, as Trouble in Tin Town has the potential to be one of the best strategy games on the App Store."


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  • Pocket Gamer - 7 out of 10

  • "It’s clear from the word 'go' that developer Jovian Minds has paid a lot of attention to environment and atmosphere. Menus and units look as though they've been taken from a wind-up toy set, and the witty mid-battle dialogue gently mocks each toy's real-life counterpart."


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  • App Spy - 4 out of 5

  • "There are currently three different campaigns to complete, each with their own set of unique wind-up toys and environments to enjoy. The game is also highlighted by clever dialogue exchanges that are in keeping with the toys and characters they represent, resulting in a fun storyline that's enjoyable from start to finish."


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  • Applicationes - 4.5 out of 5

  • "One of the strongest points of the game are the graphics, both scenarios and characters. There is an abundance and variety of both one and other, and great design work behind them."


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