Introducing the "Catan Game Assistant" App

Do you want to learn how to play “The Settlers of Catan” without having to read the rules?


Then the free “Catan Game Assistant” is just the right thing for you! From game set-up to independent play, our innovative tutorial introduces you step by step to the game in an entertaining manner. All you need is the “Settlers of Catan” board game, 2 or 3 opponents, and this app, which one of the participating players runs on his tablet or smartphone.

Please note that the versions for iPhone/iPod touch and iPad are already available, while the version for Android is expected to become available at the beginning of November.
In the tutorial (for 3 or 4 players), you can move at your own pace through a sequential slide show featuring game related graphics, presented by our “Professor Easy.” For each graphic, our friendly professor explains which actions should be performed by the player whose turn it is. Of course, you can also read the texts to your opponents.

After the game setup and a couple of turns, the tutorial ends and you have learned all game rules. And here’s the best part: at this point, you and your opponents simply continue playing!
The entire game should take about 90 minutes – 45 minutes for the tutorial and another 45 minutes to finish the game. This app offers you a convenient and time-saving alternative to studying the game rules as usual!

Besides the introduction for 3 and 4 players, this app also includes:
– A tutorial in which Fleur, Prof.Easy’s charming assistant, explains the variable game board set-up to you, one step at a time. You probably don’t want to settle the same island all the time.
– Answers to the most frequently asked questions about the game rules (FAQ).
– An overview of other games from the world of Catan.
– A small bonus: Dice roll generator with statistics function – shake your device (or tap the screen) to replace the dice.

Android releasing early November!


  1. This is awesome! I've recently got my wife interested in playing so this would be pretty handy for us. However, are there any plans for a Windows version? I see the Android notation at the bottom of the post so I'm just curious if perhaps Windows could be in the pipeline after that.

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