The Meego is a casual Android project, in which several game genres perfectly fit together - simulator, strategy, quest and puzzle. We suggest users to build a primitive settlement, making the residents happy and advanced in terms of development against the background of more "ancient" neighbors. A small tribe of good-natured little men in large painted masks is looking for a new house, they even chose a suitable place - the crater of a long-dead "volcano." The intentions, of course, are good, but where to start and on what path no one in the tribe knows. Therefore without your help, dear gamer, the ancient people can not cope with the grandiose task. Will we help primitive people? Any construction, of course, begins with the collection of useful resources - stone, wood, food, drinking water and so on. Do not forget about the means of transportation - this will help people to travel to neighboring tribes - there you can buy something useful, or make a profitable exchange. The role of this transport is performed by a catapult - a traveler is launched using her to the nearest village, an original, I must say, approach. From numerous analogues this project differs in that all the actors do not stupidly follow the orders of the gamer - each of them is an individual person, so they can be lazy, get involved, in short, do their work from under the stick. But such, fortunately, individuals are not so many, mostly this hard-working and intelligent people. As the welfare of all members of the tribe grows, the birth rate will also increase, that is, it will be necessary to expand the boundaries of the settlement, as new members of society need to live somewhere.
Allows the app to create network sockets and use custom network protocols. The browser and other applications provide means to send data to the internet, so this permission is not required to send data to the internet.
Allows the app to control the vibrator.
Allows the app to view information about network connections such as which networks exist and are connected.
Allows the app to access the phone features of the device. This permission allows the app to determine the phone number and device IDs, whether a call is active, and the remote number connected by a call.
Allows the app to view information about Wi-Fi networking, such as whether Wi-Fi is enabled and name of connected Wi-Fi devices.
Allows the app to have itself started as soon as the system has finished booting. This can make it take longer to start the device and allow the app to slow down the overall device by always running.
Allows apps to accept cloud to device messages sent by the app's service. Using this service will incur data usage. Malicious apps could cause excess data usage.
New in this version
- Share a screenshot of your village to your Facebook friends using the Photo Hut!