Klondike Adventures

Klondike Adventures


  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2018-04-04
  • Current Version: 1.27.1
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 152.79 MB
  • Developer: VIZOR APPS CORP.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0.2 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 17,057 Ratings


Travel to the time of Gold Rush with Klondike Adventures! Explore the wild territories of Alaska together with valiant Kate and adventure-savvy Paul. Build a strong and prosperous city in these vast cold lands! Klondike world is full of exciting expeditions, hidden treasures, great opportunities, and challenging quests! - Welcome to the gold rush era! Go on expeditions to the North and become a true adventurer. - Complete challenging and yet enjoyable quests! Help explorers Kate and Paul solve mysteries of the locals. - Turn a deserted station into a flourishing city! Build factories, mine for resources and craft everything you need for expeditions and quests. - Start your own farm in the wild! Raise animals and harvest crops to make food and clothing for yourself and to trade with the locals. - Enjoy the breathtaking scenery and landscapes! Every corner is packed with wonders and mysteries! - Meet outstanding characters and hear their compelling stories during your journeys! The wild lands of Alaska hold many secrets and thrilling adventures. Play Klondike Adventures now and enjoy your Gold Rush experience!



  • Greed Greed Greed

    By Leroy333
    Fun concept gets turned into another energy-based pay to win game where you can’t pay for it because you would LITERALLY always be feeding the game money to get anywhere. I GUARANTEE YOU most of these positive reviews are completely fake on here. Save your time. Don’t get this game.
  • Klondike Adventure: Historic imperialism over natives Americans

    By Fr. Dad
    Klondike Adventure seems like a great game but the game resembles history to a disturbing accuracy that should make us uncomfortable. The point of this game is to start a village in which you trade with others to exploit resource form the native land. Based on the name we can assume that the game is to take place in Canada. The game players are Caucasian with the other characters are either white or Native Americans dressed in stereotypical outfits such as fur parkas with a dog sled or leather skirts playing a tambourine. So here we are, the white man, coming to a piece of pristine land to start our town, We plant a garden so that we can make vegetables to feed our animals and triad with others. We also explore the land and in doing so we find areas rich in natural resources such as coal, iron, and trees. Now that we have acquired natural resources we can make them into more valuable products such as steel or boards. All this is done so we can advance our village. Eventually new territories open to exploit. You can not build in these territory only take resources. One such territory is Windsong. In this area you will find a tepee in which you exchange “juicy buries” for syrup. While you are exploring and harvesting resources you will find Inuit artifacts and treasures along the way. These item can be sold the the white traders. These resources are slowly depleted and taken back to your village to make improvements, create industry such as factories. Eventually you will harvest the juicy buries to extinction along with the all other resources. If you desire you could rape the land completely until there is only a single tepee left on a baron wasteland with a some leftover equipment brought by the white man. When you reach this point you get into a boat and take off for new territory to exploit, never return to the the natives in this region again.
  • I’m tired of contacting for this game

    By YokoSuave
    I like the game a lot but what I don’t like is the fact that I keep contacting support telling them that my cows keep disappearing or my chickens keep disappearing all they wanna do is sit there and say there’s no way your cows and chickens will run away so where are they going because I’m tired of buying chicken is left and right!smh I need compensation of gold I keep buying and losing money
  • Enjoyable but Progress gets Sticky

    By BagLady96
    I really love the concept of this game. It has been a lot of work to make little progress. I don’t mind working hard and paying a little to get the game moving. Unfortunately, all of a sudden my in game funds went and progress has almost stopped. As a result, all my animals are gone and it would take forever to buy them back with zero game funds. There is no way I spend another dime when a game holds me hostage this way. It’s too bad, because it was enjoyable for a time. You could have had a big fan.
  • Link up

    By bduty44
    I wish I could link my iPhone and iPad game so I can continue the same game on either one
  • Unbalanced energy expenditure

    By Eirraca
    I downloaded this game because it seemed to have a little story with it instead of just being a build game. Supposedly this game is meant to go at your own pace per the dev responses. I don’t think they understand what that means to most people. While I don’t typically rush through a game, I do like to see progress. Only having enough energy to chop one tree down and then having to wait for the energy to recharge to do anything else is not going at my pace. Yes there’s other things you can do but you can only make so many parts, so at some point there’s nothing to do but repeatedly grow crops. And yes, it’s not pay to win, however you’re really unable to make any meaningful progress if you don’t. There’s lots of stuff to clear if you like arranging your town and it appears that’s going to take a very, very long time. You also can’t cancel any crafting actions in a queue, which is something I’d like to see changed. Sometimes you click something to see the energy cost and the character starts moving to the resource and you can’t cancel that either. It’s a bit frustrating. The increased cost to replace animals seems a bit much. But my main complaint is the energy expenditure to complete tasks-it could be more balanced. It becomes a circular argument at some point; complete tasks to get energy but you need energy to complete tasks.
  • Nice game idea and graphics, but slow

    By Czarina6
    It’s a fun game idea, I like the graphics, but you end up waiting so long for things to grow, be produced, etc. It just gets tiresome. The expeditions are mostly about clearing land which is very expensive in terms of energy, so one never gets very far without running out and having to wait for more. And is that interesting? Not really 🙂
  • I enjoyed it until...

    By Awesomenessnessnessness
    I enjoyed this game for a bit until I have come to a point where I need to make nails but there is no iron ore to be found anywhere. I also don’t appreciate the way the game has tried to back me into a corner concerning spending real money. I refuse. I was very careful with where I used my energy and materials yet I still can’t complete quests. I’m about ready to delete.
  • You’ve got to be kidding!

    By NepentheForever
    New addition to this review: without buying emeralds or cons, I can’t see how anyone can ever accumulate enough money to buy the $35,000 packing facility. I have hoarded my gold consistently, but it’s getting whittled away just feeding and replacing dead animals. If I fill boat shipments I’m unable to fill orders, and vice versa. I really enjoy the game, but I don’t EVER pay for any game with real money. I don’t mind having to wait forever to get energy. But I hate failing to fill ship after ship because I can’t get a saw. I can’t build furniture, homes for my employees, or manufacturing facilities that require beams and boards without a saw! Working for days to fill an order for Sir Chaney is one thing (do you have any idea how long it takes to grow 80 bales of cotton?), but the few saws given as rewards for the sales are rapidly used up in mere minutes, before I make any headway. The only conclusion I can come to is that you want people to get addicted to the game so they will spend real money to buy coins and emeralds. I feel sorry for kids whose parents won’t fork it over. AND every time the dynamite guy tries to blow something up, the game crashes.
  • Klondike

    By QnOfTheDamned
    Game is fun to play. But lost crops and products if I closed the game out.