Klondike Adventures

Klondike Adventures


  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2018-04-04
  • Current IOS App Version: 1.27.1
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 152.79 MB
  • IOS App Developer: VIZOR APPS CORP.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0.2 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 17,077 IOS App 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!



  • Takes too much “energy” to advance

    By Tracyzilla
    This is a fun game and I would love it if I didn’t have to use so much energy to advance in the game. Sure I can wait for it to go up to 51 over time but that takes forever and I have bought more emeralds and energy and it gets used up so fast it’s not worth it anymore.
  • Awesome

    By HoneybunsNana
    This game is fun... I hate waiting for energy to keep the game going but overall it’s fun.
  • Could be fun but 😔

    By VanillaHunnyB
    The game could be addictive, if it wasn’t for the energy meter. I love completing task but the game becomes frustrating when you use your 50 energy cutting down items. Yes there will be a point where you can make energy however you must have the items and to obtain items you burn through energy. I wish it was more like Township.
  • Enjoyable Game

    By Hugs everyone
    I’m very picky when it comes to the games I play. When I find myself a good one it’s the only one I’ll play until I find something else. I happened upon this game by accident and decided to give it a try since I enjoy hay day but don’t like the repetition of it. The missions outside of the farming aspect are great! I really am enjoying the story line also. It isn’t one that follows any story line I have seen so far. It is a bit difficult in the beginning because you run out of energy fast. I also think it would be beneficial to keep the previous areas open so people can clear the resources there. I’m a bit OCD about clearing things from the lands but want to advance the story so I just left things, it bothers me though. A better explained help section would be great. Over all this is a five star game and highly recommend it for all age groups
  • Good game BUT!

    By Annoying 2015
    This would be a good game but it takes too long to restock your energy and the obstacles take too much energy to get through.
  • Fun but costly.

    By csdhar
    I really enjoy playing but the energy level is low. You have to either wait for the energy to build or for an animal to die. The only other option is to buy energy and this too is costly.
  • Klondike

    By Odella1930
    I am so addicted to this game. Just wish we could get more energy quicker w/o spending money. I don’t buy energy cause I would be broke. Lol
  • Really works well and also fun

    By Kira Scrahun
    Most games have some sort of money-sucker, b it a “No-advertisements” package or whatever. I don’t mean it in a bad way. I like that this game is easier to play without playing. The graphics are stunning and though I haven’t gotten too far, a decent storyline and makes sense and fun. Now, You can get energy from the furnace or even cauldron or kettle, you could cook stuff, but it’s easy to have to wait, so you wouldn’t have to play constantly, which wouldn’t be as productive. 5/5 very good job
  • Hate this game

    By jacob155
    I played the game for about 2 minutes and a message came up saying the servers are under construction please try to reload the game, I tried that 5 times and got the same message, this shouldn’t happen with mobile games, developers need to make this a offline game or I will NEVER play the game again!
  • Great game, but too hard.

    By GaleGal
    I am addicted to the game, but run out of energy quick. Also it takes too much work and supplies to make a building (3 stages). I run out of workers quick and now I’m at a standstill because Wind Song is closed and the only place I can get clay, which I need to build more cabins for workers. I’m at level 13 and can’t get the cheaper tents, they’re locked until level 17. The more expensive house with the attic requires a stool, which I have to buy a factory for which is 12,000 coin. I can’t make more than a few grand because I have to constantly be buying cows and chickens that die rapidly (and feeding them) to make products and fulfil orders! It’s not balanced because I’m always out of milk, yet I have over 200 eggs! Plus I can only do a bit at a time because I run out of workers! It’s a whole lot of work to get nowhere, this game takes too much effort, money, and energy. Hope you have real money to spend because there is a time limit to get things done for pretty much anything (and not enough time), and I’m just scrambling to keep afloat. Also, it’s not clear what you’re getting when you chop on a stone or tree etc. I think I’m getting quartz and it’s just regular stone or dry twigs but I get grass instead - there’s no label it just blinks. And there’s no clear direction which way to go in a town even with sign posts I found myself blocked off in Aery. It’s a wild goose chase, hacking away aimlessly wasting energy, there’s no real direction. The dynamite guy needs to come around more often. I wish I could start over knowing what I know now, but I’d be more work than it’s worth.