• Publisher: SQUARE ENIX INC
  • Genre: Dice
  • Device: iPhone
  • Size: 107.0 MB
  • Version: 1.1.3
  • Price: Free
  • Average User Rating: 4.5 (2)
App description: ----------
iOS 8 Compatibility (9/24)
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We have confirmed the below bugs resulting from the release of iOS 8's Family Sharing feature. These issues occur when making in-game purchases on dependent devices with the purchase authorization setting enabled.

- Items do not appear properly after being purchased for the first time.
* As a workaround for this issue, access the item again from the item purchase screen. A prompt will inform you that you have already purchased the item, and ask if you wish to obtain it again for free. Select OK. You will not be charged a second time.

- Item names are displayed correctly. (ex. itadaki_Pack01)
* These items can still be purchased normally.

We apologize for any inconvenience, and ask for your patience and understanding while we work to rectify these issues.

We hope you continue to enjoy playing FORTUNE STREET SMART.
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In the free version, you can play on the "Shell Isle" map!
More than 11 other maps are available via DLC!
Screen alignment can be vertical or horizontal. See and play the game the way you like!
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"FORTUNE STREET SMART" is a board game that is played using dice.
The rules of the game are very simple. The player who makes the most money, wins. Players can make money by buying shops and expanding them, or buy and sell stocks wisely and hope that you'll hit it big. The deep, strategic gameplay is highly addictive, and provides for hours of entertainment!


Basic Rules

1. Roll the die.
2. Buy shops that you land on, and receive money from
other players who subsequently "visit."
3. Collect the four suits (spade, etc.) on the game board,
and receive a "salary."
4. "Invest" in your shops to make them bigger!
5. Buy all the shops in given area of the map to
"dominate" that area!
6. Looking to get rich quick? Learn how to buy
and sell stocks in the game!

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Reception in Japan

Since it was first released in 1991, FORTUNE STREET has
been a staple of the board game genre in Japan, and now boasts over nine incarnations. Designed by Dragon Quest creator Yuji Horii, FORTUNE STREET enjoys a strong following among Japanese users.

The key to success in this game is to observe your opponents' moves carefully, and use them as a guide to formulate your own game strategy!

Free Version

You can download the free version for free, and play the game on the "Shell Isle" map unlimited times.

The Free version also has a built-in tutorial that will teach new players, step-by-step, how to play the game.

About the Full Version


Full version $4.99

Maps: 5 total
Moon City, Antarctica, Cloverland, Hemisphere
*Shell Isle will still be available in the full version.

Characters: 10 total
Available at default: Skye, Melanie, Emily, Hiro
*6 more will be made available as the game progresses.


DLC Packs
You can purchase DLC Packs for this title, which include new maps that you can play on, and new opponents that you can play against.

DLC Packs $2.99 each

DLC Pack 1
Maps: Mountain, Japan, Bunnyland
Characters: MOCO, Echo

DLC Pack 2
Maps: America, Sol, Silk Road
Characters: Steven, Lulu

DLC Pack 3
Maps: Skyline, Freeway, Zodiac
Characters: Missy, Arthur

DLC Pack 4
Maps: Sea City, Dreamland, Aquarium
Characters: Nell, Mappa

DLC Pack 5
Maps: Caverns, Festival, Monsters
Characters: Baron, K.D.

Compatible devices/OS

- iPhone 4
- iPhone 4s
- iPhone 5
- iPhone 5s
- iPhone 5C
- iPhone 6
- iPhone 6 Plus
- iPod touch (4th generation)
- iPod touch (5th generation)
* iPhone 3GS and iPod touch (3rd generation) are no longer supported.
* Players who wish to continue enjoying the game on iPhone 3GS and iPod touch (3rd generation) are asked not to update.
* The game requires iOS version 6 or later.
* As this is not a universal app, we do not suggest playing on iPad or iPad mini.

Echoseven's comments:





01-04-2013, 10:05 AM
#21
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Quote:
Originally Posted by GeekyDad View Post
Anyone know if any DQ characters and themed boards are unlocked with the full version? I mean, that's kinda half the appeal for me with Fortune/Itadaki Street.
I don't think so but I'm not sure...it's also hard to know what you mean by the full version as this game seems to be broken up into some 5 or so almost equal parts via the IAPs. Even more confusing is that besides the many characters you can buy in these IAP packs, there are several more that you simply unlock in game as you beat the various maps (not sure if they only come when beating maps from the core pack or from the IAP packs as well).

Such a shame they never made an iPad version of this as it would work so much nicer on a bigger screen.

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01-04-2013, 10:13 AM
#22
Quote:
Originally Posted by GeekyDad View Post
Anyone know if any DQ characters and themed boards are unlocked with the full version? I mean, that's kinda half the appeal for me with Fortune/Itadaki Street.
No. Those are restricted to the consoles, and that was also when I lost interest in iOS Fortune Street.

Last edited by iPadisGreat; 01-04-2013 at 06:17 PM.

01-04-2013, 05:17 PM
#23
Alrighty. Thanks for the replies, guys.
02-11-2015, 06:56 AM
#24
Alright, this is just crazy.

When I got my first iPhone a few years ago, and before I found TA, I looked for "serious" games just by searching for my favorite developers. I downloaded Fortune Street just because of its Square-Enix pedigree; I hadn't heard of it before, but a board game created by Yuji Horii has got to have SOMEthing! I found it both charming and engrossing, and for whatever reason, kinda fell in love with it. It's fallen on the backburner now and then, but still remains in the core half-dozen games that never leaves my phone.

When I finally upgraded to an iPhone 5 last month, I was a bit heartbroken that iOS 8 apparently causes a landscape-mode glitch that renders the game unplayable; portrait mode already cuts down on how much is visible, and it never received wide screen support, so the game was seriously impacted. So sad. S-E has had a notice on its site since October that they're aware of the problem, and to be patient. Meanwhile, there's the whole World Ends With You flap, where they've actually promised NOT to provide game-saving support for a major title. Fortune Street's dead in the water, right?

Last weekend, I decide I'ma send S-E a support email anyways, telling them of my love for this game and asking for any idea of when we might expect a fix (never, of course). I haven't gotten an answer yet... and then last night, the game gets its first update in THREE YEARS, both addressing the glitch AND adding widescreen support.

I'm just floored; I'd hardly expect something like this from a small, private developer, to say nothing of the behemoth that is Square-Enix. I'm equal parts shocked and euphoric.

Well... there's a moral in there, someplace, about squeaky wheels getting grease, or something like that. If you haven't given Fortune Street a shot, it's free to try, and has only expansion-type (and no consumable) IAP. Although it's pretty expensive to buy all of the DLC, you can really get a complete, premium game by buying just one or two of the packs. The production values are high, the characters flavorful, and the gameplay mechanics solid. And, shockingly, above all -- it's never looked better!

Last edited by korossyl; 02-19-2015 at 07:35 PM. Reason: typo
02-13-2015, 01:58 PM
#25
With the update, I replayed it on my iPad Air, and man I forgot how great this game was.
I always loved Monopoly like games, and this one is so good.
Now that it scales well and has good graphics, it is back on my best games page.
I may even buy some of the DLCs when I'm fed up with the 4 or 5 maps I have.
02-17-2015, 08:57 AM
#26
Never know this game before until shaun made the article about an update from square-enix...thanks shaun, i am addicted by this game now...play on ipad and bought all iap which make the gameplay more fun.
02-18-2015, 02:43 AM
#27
So what do you guys use your currency winnings for?
I just hoard it not knowing what to buy with it yet.
I won an epic 4 hours game (99999 coins objective or 3 bankrupt players win) where I came back from 4th and gradually and aggressively bought back properties at 5x to cut the monopolies of other players
02-18-2015, 03:18 AM
#28
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Originally Posted by vicsark View Post
So what do you guys use your currency winnings for?
I just hoard it not knowing what to buy with it yet.
I won an epic 4 hours game (99999 coins objective or 3 bankrupt players win) where I came back from 4th and gradually and aggressively bought back properties at 5x to cut the monopolies of other players
lol that's so pro. I played my first match and after leading for a while.. slowly and slowly dropped further and further back then I gave up. I even bought out properties but I didn't have enough money to pass through the board.

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02-19-2015, 07:55 PM
#29
Quote:
Originally Posted by vicsark View Post
So what do you guys use your currency winnings for?
I just hoard it not knowing what to buy with it yet.
I won an epic 4 hours game (99999 coins objective or 3 bankrupt players win) where I came back from 4th and gradually and aggressively bought back properties at 5x to cut the monopolies of other players
It makes me so happy to see this board alive again.

The "gift" is a new outfit for Aya, the menu/tutor character. You go through about half a dozen different looks before it reverts back to the original. The new characters aren't really worthwhile, I think, and neither are the items -- they feel too much like cheating. I've bought the smaller trophy for 2k, and am saving up for the big one at 10k. If you're not a trophy/achievement completionist, then I guess the gifts are probably the best thing to buy, just for the sake of variety.

I had a four hour game once, on the same victory conditions... I think it was on the Hemisphere map. It came down to just me and Maya on about our 30th lap, each with over $80,000. Every time we landed on each other's property we'd buy it out, regardless of the cost. It was a long, slow game that I'd rather not repeat. Yeah, it really was epic, slowwwwwwly tilting the game to my favor. That's the first and the last time I played that kind of game.

What really makes the game, for me, are the characters and the boards. They add a really wonderful amount of unique flavor to the game that is simply absent, really, from any other board game I can think of. I play on Japan, Mountain, Bunnyland, Festival, and Skyline, mostly, with a good mix of characters.

I'm still too afraid to try a round with two A players, though.

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