From Wiki Grepolis
- 1 Grepolis Mobile & Toolbox
- 2 Your City on the Go
- 2.1 City
- 2.2 Islands
- 2.3 Reports
- 2.4 Premium
- 2.5 Player Profile
- 2.6 Settings
- 2.7 Player Search
- 2.8 Notifications
- 2.9 Messages
- 2.10 Logout
Grepolis Mobile & Toolbox
On February 22nd 2012, InnoGames launched a new way to keep the fight going while on the move. Grepolis Mobile is a lite version of Grepolis that players can access through their mobile browsers, while Grepolis Toolbox is a free app which players can download for free onto their Android and iOS devices from Google Play or iTunes.
In order to log in, you will need to have an account already with Grepolis. But even without an account, you can still register a new one. Remember though, just as there are servers for .EN and .US, so too are there different sites for Grepolis Mobile.
Note: The .EN server is listed as .net on the Grepolis Mobile Toolbox. In order to sign into a .EN server world, you must select .net from the list of available servers.
- To access your account on the .EN server, go to the following site: .EN Servers
- To access your account on the .US server, go to .US Servers
Regardless of which server you go to, the login screen will look the same, and after logging in, you will be asked to select the world you wish to enter. For some assistance, the images below show you what each screen looks like.
Once you have entered your login details and selected the world you wish to enter, you will then be taken to the Home Screen which is where you will be able to keep track of your cities while on the go.
Your City on the Go
From this screen you will be able to deal with most matters that affect your empire.
The above is what the Home screen will look like and you can always click the Home button to return to this screen.
This area will allow you to perform the basis functions of daily maintenance of your empire for each city individually. There is the main section at the top which shows you the current level of resources, population and favor. You can scroll through the various cities you control using either the arrows or the drop-down menu.
The main functions available in this section allow a player to cast spells (if there is a temple with a god being worshiped), recruit troops, and build buildings.
Also in the main section there are three actions: Attack, Support, and Trade. These are followed by three mini-overviews which provide for further interaction with the city.
If the city is not your own, or if you are in need of 'sniping' an attack, then you can use this feature to send attacks. You will be able to select how many troops to send and what type of attack it will be.
Just like the attack feature, this will allow you to select the troops and send them off to support the selected city.
This will bring up the market screen which will enable you to trade with the selected city.
Under the Spells heading you will see a list of all of the available spells that can be cast on the selected city. You can also extend the duration of the spells using gold, just as you would in-game.
Beneath the Spells, you will find information on all of the troops currently in your city, as well as see all troop movements to and from the selected city.
In the Buildings section you can view the current levels of each building that is in the selected city. When you click on certain of the buildings it will take you to the relevant menu where you can then interact with that building. The following buildings are interactive: Senate, Barracks, Academy, Harbor, Temple, Cave, Farm, Agora, and Marketplace.
For more information about what you can do when interacting with the buildings in your city, please see the Buildings Overview page.
Through the Island Overview a player can access every island on which they control at least one city. This overview allows a player to interact directly with their own city or cities, as well as conquered farm villages, unknown or non-allied cities, and the unconquered farm villages.
Using the drop-down menu or the arrows to either side of the city name you can scroll through the various islands on which you have a city. This will give you a very basic snapshot of the city's current state - namely the amount of points.
Conquered Farm Villages
Under this heading, you'll find a list of all of the Farm Villages that are under your control. You will also see information about the Village's mood, the expansion level, trade ratio, and when you can next demand/loot from the Village.
By clicking on any of the Villages, you'll be taken to that Village's overview screen which will allow you to either Demand Resources, Loot Resources, or Demand Troops.
These cities are all of the other remaining cities on the selected island. These may be cities which are a part of your alliance or one which you have a pact with. They will also be enemy cities and non-aligned cities as well. By clicking on any one of them, you can interact with that city through a basic city overview which allows for attacks, support, trade, spying, and casting spells.
- When spying, you can choose the cave of any city you control.
Unconquered Farm Villages
The final heading shows you all of the Farm Villages that have not yet been brought under your control. By clicking on any of these Villages it will allow you to send an attack to conquer it.
The Reports Overview shows you all of the events that affect your game. All of the various spy, trade, building completion, founding, battle, and other miscellaneous reports can be found in this section.
This overview allows you to activate any of the 5 Advisors in-game and also extend their time of service to you. Not only that, but you can also purchase Premium as well. You can find out more details of each Advisor and the related overviews and effects that they grant you in-game through the Premium page of this Wiki.
Your player profile provides you with a condensed form of your game account for that world. You will find your account name, current rank, alliance name, total points and the average of all your cities.
You will also find a complete list of your cities for the current world in this overview. Clicking on any one of the cities will take you directly to that city's overview.
Under Settings, you can see how many days of Vacation Mode are left, and you can choose to activate or deactivate it. Please see the Vacation Mode page for more information about it. Also, through the Settings overview, you can purchase additional vacation days, up to the maximum of 14 days.
The other feature of this overview is that you can select which push notifications you want to receive. As soon as the action takes place, you will receive a notification and you will never again miss out on important game events.
This function is an easy search tool allowing you to find other players with ease on the world that you are currently logged into. The search will bring up the other player's profile and give you a quick overview of what their empire looks like.
The notifications overview will let you know when you have a new report, a trade has completed, or buildings were finished. Think of this as a quick glance news feed, which shows you the latest happenings in Grepolis. You can delete some or all of the notifications, however, the reports will still remain in the Reports Overview.
Welcome to your on the go mailbox. All messages you send and receive will be located in this overview. You will be able to read, reply to, and create new messages from here.
When you log out, you'll be taken back to the world select screen where you can then choose to enter any of the other worlds on which you have an account.