Sagrada Cheats

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A Dice Drafting Board Game

Developer: Dire Wolf Digital
Category: Games
Price: $9.99 (Download for free)
Version: 1.4.4
ID: com.direwolfdigital.sagrada


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Bring your stained glass masterpiece to dazzling digital life in Sagrada, the dice-drafting board game from Floodgate Games.

Take turns selecting colorful dice and placing them in your gorgeous stained-glass window. The artisan who creates the most beautiful window wins.

Choose your dice carefully!
Find the perfect fit for each piece of your window: restrictions on both the color and number showing on your die make for a puzzling challenge.

Use your tools!
As a master artisan, your tools-of-the-trade will help you shape the dice available.

Please your admirers!
Adapt to the fickle demands of your patrons -- while keeping your signature artistic flair -- for additional prestige.

© 2020 Dire Wolf Digital, under license from Floodgate Games, LLC.
Sagrada © 2018 Floodgate Games, LLC.

Version history

Bug fixes, localization updates, and optimizations
Bug fixes, localization updates, and optimizations
Patch 1.4 contains a new way to play Sagrada; Daily Challenge mode!

Daily Challenge is a new single-player mode that allows the Sagrada community to compete against each other on a level playing field. All participating players will use the same window pattern, objectives, and tools to vie for the top score of the day. At the end of each day, top performing players earn gold, silver, or bronze badges based on their position which will decorate their name on future attempts.

Fixed a softlock that occurred when reconnecting to a game and pressing the Join button at the same time.
The feedback prompt will now properly format text as it is entered.
Today’s patch contains various bug fixes to Sagrada’s gam play and stability! As always, we appreciate your feedback and support as we continue to make Sagrada the best digital experience possible. If you do encounter an issue or need help, please drop us a line at [email protected] so we can see what's up.

And if you're enjoying Sagrada, please take a moment to rate & review the game to help spread the word to other players!

Thanks for playing Sagrada!

- Resolved an issue where players could get stuck after completing a campaign game
- Updated player framerate to be consistent when their turn ends
- Resolved an issue where the Flux remover would return the chosen die to the bag before a new one was drawn
- Resolved various network issues to improve connection stability
- Updated saved game icons to appear correctly
Today's update contains a handful of improvements and fixes to the overall performance and stability. Thank you for playing and if you do encounter an issue, need help, or want to pass us some feedback, please reach out to us at [email protected] so we can see what's up.
Today's update contains a handful of improvements and fixes to the overall performance and stability. Thank you for playing and if you do encounter an issue, need help, or want to pass us some feedback, please reach out to us at [email protected] so we can see what's up.
Today's update contains a handful of improvements and fixes to the overall performance and stability. Thank you for playing and if you do encounter an issue, need help, or want to pass us some feedback, please reach out to us at [email protected] so we can see what's up.
Improved player reconnection to games that are ending.
Sagrada campaign progress is saved across platforms.
The Friends page is now visible on the main screen.
Player friend codes are visible in the Friends page.
Added colorblind mode as an option to the in-match settings window.
Resolved some minor visual issues when some Tools were in use.
Updated swiping on screens to be more responsive.
There is now an appropriate error message if a login fails due to invalid credentials.
Fixed an issue where games occasionally failed to start correctly.
Updated Solo mode rules text; it now clearly explains that empty spaces score for -3 points.
General stability updates.

Fixed an issue where end of game name plates could cover some buttons.
New Solo Mode game play
Improvements to online game connectivity
Bug fixes and improvements
Bug fixes and improvements
Fixed softlock after viewing casual results
Bug Fixes
iOS Achievements added
Hard AI has been improved
Lots of bug fixes!
Fixed a bug causing online players to get stuck at pattern selection.
Added Achievements to iOS.
Improved Campaign Scoring.
Added ability to toggle private objectives.
Improved AI play significantly.
Improved various elements of the UI/UX.
Adjusted campaign difficulty.
Numerous other bug fixes and improvements.
Bug Fixes
Fixed bug with Flux Remover that could crash the game.

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4.7 out of 5
670 Ratings


A Great Digital Adaptation of a Modern Classic
I have throughly enjoyed the multitude of options that Sagrada offers. Pass and Play, Cross-Platform Multiplayer, Solo, and Campaign modes are all here! The music is beautiful and light, appropriate given the theme. Also the controls are spot-on, very intuitive! Likewise the graphics, from the stained glass dice to even a color blind mode, really show care in their form and function.

I really liked Dire Wolf’s previous adaptation of Raiders of the North Sea, the bar was set high and they delivered. Honestly I hope this app sells very well as I can’t wait to play the expansions on this app. The private dice pool drafts are sorely missed when playing against human opponents but that is a personal preference.

Bottom line, the price is very reasonable for what you get and this is a great way to play while maintaining social distance. Check it out!
A great adaptation of the board game, with one annoying thing
Game works pretty flawlessly for the most part. Great visuals and overall the game is simple and addictive. Aside from random disconnects to the server(which are annoying due to it force “resigning” you) I haven’t run into anything major.

My biggest beef(and also an issue I have with the physical version) is how punishing the Solo game can be. I am unsure if this was fixed in future expansions, but the target scores you need to get to win are near impossible to achieve. Needing to not only sacrifice a die to use a tool, but said tool is only usable once per game is a bit too punishing. Not to mention only benefit from one of your private objectives really limits the player. I understand these are the rules as written, but if expansions managed to fix this, I’d love for them to be added in future updates.

Overall the game is great, but I tend to favor solo play when I can in most board game apps. Bummer it isn’t less punishing.
Almost perfect.
This digital adaption of the game is spot on. Definitely worth the cost considering normal board game version retails for $40. The AI has a little bit to be desired in terms of difficulty. I watched them use one of the in-game tools on the 2nd turn when it was unnecessary to do so. I don’t have to pay attention to their boards and can win nearly 100% of the time - by a pretty wide margin. However the real draw of this game is to play with friends and family online. Given the current events this is a welcome escape. It would be great to add simple emotes/premade comments to encourage/taunt opponents. This is one of my favorite strategy games. Enough strategy and an appropriate amount of disruption to keep if fun without being frustrating.
Enjoyable with some small issues
I have been enjoying playing this game very much! My friend lives about 5 hours away and yet we both play it as the day winds down nearly every evening. The few bugs I’ve noticed have been lag related (I think)

1- when the game tells me I have a game waiting and ‘would I like to go to that game now?’ I click yes and nothing happens. I can click yes 15 times and still nada. I have to click no, exit back to the main menu, go to my games and then open it from there.

2- sometimes the bouncy die goes on for much longer than I believe it’s supposed to. It’s fun to watch in the beginning as you’re waiting for your game to load but it grows tiresome quickly. I’ve had to close out the game and open it again to get the board to load faster.

Also my friend and I have found some of the game objectives tedious. When I play versus the A.I. or play the campaign there is a good variety in the objectives. But when I play my friend sometimes we will get all numbers and sometimes all colors. We rarely get the chance to enjoy the diversity from Sagrada multiple objective pool.

All that being said the game is lovely to play. The colors and windows are beautiful and I enjoy playing the game in one fashion or another nearly every day. Thanks for reading.
Great adaptation- accessibility could be improved
A faithful adaptation of the board game and a great way to learn and practice your strategy against the AI. My only criticism is that the color-blind mode isn’t that helpful. It applies patterns to the dice, which is nice, but not to the colored spaces on the game board. The placement aides work when those colored spaces are available, but it’s hard to plan ahead when they aren’t and you can’t tell the differences between some of them and your dice. An option to apply patterns to the game board spaces would be helpful, or to change out the color options as other games have done would also be an improvement. Oddly enough, this is only an issue with this digital version. I don’t have any color issues with the physical board game. All in all, a fun game though!
So Many Bugs
I would easily rate this game five stars because I think it is super fun, but I find myself getting frustrated by the bugs. I often get unstable internet connection warnings in daily challenge mode, and the game will not load, but I will still lose one of my five daily plays each time. If I’m on the same “unstable connection” but open any other mode, the game will run fine. I am also unsure if this is a bug or my misunderstanding of the rules, but in solo mode, I have four objectives listed above that don’t all count towards my total score. I watch the totals as they happen and tend to see only 2-3 objectives receiving points. I’ve never even been able to win on very easy mode even once despite setting up a board that adheres to all objectives and includes numerous of both target colors.
Amazing adaptation
This is exactly what I want when it comes to making board games into apps. The UI is super intuitive and visuals are excellent.

My one bit of feedback is I would like to see the end scoring separated out to better see where my opponents and I scored for our private and each public objective. The scoring happens so quick at the end that you barely have a chance to see what you ended up with for the objectives. A stats button below view windows that takes you to each players’ scoring stats would be awesome.

Thank you for making an awesome board game into an amazing phone game!
Fun game, app has some issues
The game itself is very fun, and I enjoy playing it a lot. I love that I can play the daily challenges by myself, and a regular game with my friends. I have noticed a couple issues/annoyances so far, that make it slightly frustrating to play -

Inability to see history of scores/boards. It’s very frustrating to have a game end with friends, and not be able to go back and see the score after it’s complete. Even upon clicking notification that the game is complete, it does not bring me to the closing/scoring sequence.

The game will freeze sometimes for 15-20 seconds, usually in daily challenge mode.

If you leave a daily challenge (even just close the app) it will disconnect and you lose your progress. Not a huge deal, but this counts towards your 5 games for the leaderboard.

General lagging when connecting to an ongoing game with friends, there seems to be a disconnect with clicking a notification and the app opening the game itself.
Pretty awesome
So I had never heard of this game before (and I don’t recall how I found it on the App Store) but it’s a wonderful game.

As a new player, some of the finer aspects of the game eluded me at first. For instance, for the life of me I couldn’t understand how to satisfy the shade and color variety goal cards. I figured it out with a google search—so no harm no foul—but the tutorial probably could have done a better job.

This review is mainly addressing the new Solo mode of play—I take issue with being scored against the value of dice left in the round track. It makes the game arbitrarily difficult and makes low and medium goal cards particularly annoying. Is there a good reason for choosing the round track total as the score you want to beat? (That's not a rhetorical question, I'm actually asking.) I also wish that in solo mode you could pick specific tool cards so that you could practice your skills individually.

Other than all that, this a great game and well worth the cost.
Great, but glitchy
I love this game, I love the IRL board game but the set up takes forever and with the app playing against computers is a great way to get so good at this game that my friends refuse to play with me anymore lol.
I’m annoyed I have to be online all the time to play, but that’s my own weird thing.

The ONLY problem is that recently whenever I finish a campaign game and hit “Continue” the app freezes showing me my completed window and I have to close it to restart. I don’t lose my stars from finishing the window so it’s not super broken. But it’s annoying, and if that were fixed this would get 5/5 no problem. If you like puzzles at all I strongly recommend buying it.