Monument Builders: Great Wall of China
Average Rating 3 player reviews ( 2.0 out of 5.0 )
Participate in the construction of the Great Wall of China while learning tons of historical facts!
Did you know that the Great Wall of China is longer than the entire width of the United States? Be part of the adventure of building the famous Great Wall, and learn a lot of trivia too. The Great Wall of China is undoubtedly one of the most ambitious construction projects that mankind has ever completed. Become the construction supervisor and build a wall that can stave off the threat of the Huns!
Help Qiu Jin, the Emperor's architect, in this massive undertaking—clear the site, find resources, repel Manchu attackers, build and improve your facilities, and provide the cut stone and scaffoldings required for the construction! Don't let the Emperor down: Take up the challenge and engrave your name in history!
-Show how smart you are by building the Great Wall of China before it's too late!
-Efficiently manage your resources and workers
-Protect your village from Manchu attacks
-Advance in colorful settings
-50 progressively challenging game levels
-Learn a ton of trivia about the Great Wall of China
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Gotta agree with Galet...boring. Love all the info but just the same thing over and over again plus cartoonish graphics. I think I am done with those games. Changing the countries but not the actual same collecting, roads repair etc, even with the bonuses, makes it just very much the same, old boring game. See more See less
I didn't care for game at all. I found it boring after just two levels. Workers wouldn't shut up. Everything you clicked on to have them do there was a comment. had to turn the sound down then. It also reminded me of Royal Envoy but Asian style. Plus all the menu choices are symbols. It took me awhile to try and find the one that would exit the game. Three lines and three dots in front of them is the one btw for anyone else who has the problem. I mean c'mon was that necessary? They couldn't say exit or have an X or something? I never cared for the Monument games anyway and this one was no exception and even worse IMO. See more See less