From Ivan Tenger:
"Seven castles" is a real-time, multiplayer board game in which you build castles, roads or cloisters by placing tiles on the board. You get points every time you complete a castle, road or cloister which you have occupied by placing your follower on it.You can log in using Game Center or your Facebook account.With Game Center login your player alias will be displayed in the game.With Facebook login your Facebook name will be displayed.After successful login you will find yourself in the Lobby area. Here you see a list of users currently online - the Lobby list- and a list of the ongoing games - the Games list. You can invite other people to play or you can join an existing unlocked game.If you are new to the game I recommend playing a Demo game first.Carcassonne games - in these you build cities, roads and cloistersMini game: 36 tiles, 5 meeplesBase game: 72 tiles, 7 meeplesExpansion 1 - Inns and cathedrals: 90 tiles, 7 meeples, 1 giantDouble Base game: 144 tile, 10 meeplesDouble Expansion 1: 180 tiles, 10 meeples, 2 giantsExpansion 2 - Traders and builders: 96 tiles, 7 meeples, 1 builder, 1 pigDouble Expansion 2: 192 tiles, 9 meeples, 2 builders, 2 pigs.Seven Castle games - in these you build castle walls, rivers, fieldsCastles Mini - 37 tiles, 5 meeplesCastles - 70 tiles, 7 meeplesDouble Castles - 140 tiles, 12 meeplesCastles Plus - 100 tiles, 9 meeplesThe Narrow Sea: you can build citadels, land and seaSea Base - 74 tiles, 4 meeples, 3 shipsSea Expansion 1 - 108 tiles, 4 meeples, 1 giant, 3 shipsThe smaller games are free to play.You can buy credits inside the game to play bigger games.Credits are only deduced for completed games. If the owner of the game - the one who pays for it - leaves before the end f the game no credits are lost.How to playThis is a turn based multiplayer board game. When your turn arrives you will see your tile in the bottom right corner.Place your tile by tapping on the board so that it matches the existing ones.You can zoom the game are by pinch or with the zoom buttons.You can rotate with the rotate button on the right side. The tile will only rotate into good positions.Put one of your meeples (the little avatars at the top) on the tile by clicking on a red circle. This way you can occupy a city, castle, road, cloister or field (an entity).Click 'Submit' - the program will warn you if the tile doesn't match or if the entity was already occupied.When you complete an occupied entity you get points for it and your player(s) are returned.During the game you get points when you complete a city, castle, road, river, field or cloister occupied by you. If more than one player occupies a city the one with the most meeples will get the points.The game ends when all tiles are placed.At the end of the game you also get points for uncompleted entities.Carcassonne, Seven Castles and Seven Seas game types each have a different scoring.For a complete set of rules check the Guide section inside the game.