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Strategy games. Victory depends here on player’s strategy and tactics. Main task is to control resources (e.g. troops, civil workers) in order to defeat an enemy or achieve some other goal. The gameplay can be turn-based or in real time (RTS). Specific types of strategy games are economic games and so called ‘tycoons’. more

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1944 Burning Bridges
1944 Burning Bridges

Strategy 26 November 2015

A mobile turn-based strategy game developed by team at HandyGames studio, recreating major military operations of the World War II, like the allied landing in Normandy. We can play as either United Nations or Axis, with each faction having different units and equipment, not to mention missions and their objectives. Gameplay takes place on maps, covered in hexagon grids, based on historical battlefields, with turn-based battles resembling those from classics of the genre, e.g.

Star Trek Timelines
Star Trek Timelines

Strategy 14 January 2016

Created by Disruptor Beam studio, a science fiction strategy RPG set in the popular Star Trek universe. The plot revolves around strange anomalies that cause alternative realities and timelines to mix, thus allowing you to meet characters from all Start Trek films and TV series. You assume the role of a ship captain traveling through the galaxy to explore new planets and undertake important missions.

Anime Studio Story
Anime Studio Story

Strategy 01 February 2015

An economy strategy game with simulation elements created in the typical style of Kairosoft. This time around, we assume the role of an anime studio owner. The goal is to develop the company and compete against the industry giants. We do so by managing our firm well, which boils down to taking care of our employees, constantly expanding our headquarters (by, for example, equipping it with a motion capture studio), and buying state-of-the-art hardware.

Crush Your Enemies
Crush Your Enemies

Strategy 13 July 2016

A humorous real-time strategy by Vile Monarch, established by the co-creators of Sleepwalker’s Journey and This War of Mine. Crush Your Enemies invites you to a magical world of Generia, inhabited by brave knights, noble elves, and likeable dwarves. You are the leader of evil barbarians, who have decided to invade Generia and brutally reduce the number of its inhabitants.

Game Dev Story
Game Dev Story

Strategy 15 September 2011

Economic strategy, in which we play the role of the owner of a video game development studio. Our task is to transform a small business into a market giant that will even produce its own console.

Emergency Mobile
Emergency Mobile

Strategy 20 March 2013

The mobile version of the popular PC-based strategic series Emergency, in which we take care of the local crisis management centre, dealing with the consequences of various accidents, disasters and natural disasters. In 13 different scenarios, whose action develops dynamically depending on the player's actions, we make use of 18 specialized rescue units.

Polanie Remake
Polanie Remake

Strategy canceled

A mobile version of a cult-classic Polish real-time strategy released in 1996. The remake is currently in development by Home Net Games, a small team led by Miroslaw Dymek, one of the co-creators of the original game. We are introduced to Mirko, a head of a small village which has been burned to the ground by a rivaling tribe. When it comes to mechanics, we are given a classic real-time strategy inspired by the cult-classic Warcraft.

Breaking Bad: Empire Business
Breaking Bad: Empire Business

Strategy canceled

Breaking Bad: Empire Business is a mobile economic strategy based on the popular TV series. It was developed by Phase One Games and it uses a free to play distribution model with microtransactions. The player is tasked with creating and managing a drug empire. Characters known from the screen appear in the game, including Walter White, Jesse Pinkman, Gus Fring and Saul Goodman. However, the game doesn’t repeat the scenario from the original production.

Project Highrise
Project Highrise

Strategy 12 April 2018

An economy simulation strategy game developed by SomaSim and inspired by the 1994 Sim Tower by Maxis. The action of Project Highrise takes place in modern times, and the player assumes the role of the manager and the architect of a skyscraper under construction. The production isn’t fully realistic since the building is erected in stages so that the completed floors can be used by inhabitants and workers, providing us with the money necessary to complete the construction of the remaining levels.

Lost Frontier
Lost Frontier

Strategy 09 June 2016

A turn-based strategy game for mobile devices, set in the American Old West. It was developed by the Mika Mobile studio and takes the player to a land combining the Wild West with occultist ideas. Such a combination gave plenty of room to the creators, when it came to writing the scenarios and inventing the virtual weapons. The game focuses mainly on turn-based battles during which, the player can command over twenty different types of units.

Jungle Clash
Jungle Clash

Strategy 01 July 2016

A real-time strategy for mobile devices with card game elements, developed by My.com. Jungle Clash lacks a proper plot and the gameplay is focused on online PvP battles. The players take position on the opposite ends of the map and try to destroy the other party's base of operations. To do so, they send out offensive units, while at the same time taking care about their defenses and building fortifications.

Mushroom Wars 2
Mushroom Wars 2

Strategy 30 March 2016

A sequel to a humorous real-time strategy, Mushroom Wars, that came out in 2009 for PC and mobile platforms. The action of Mushroom Wars 2 takes us to a fantasy universe where four factions of small creatures that live in mushroom-like homes constantly war with each other. The player’s task, as the general of a “mushroom” army, is to eliminate the enemy as quickly as possible by taking over strategic points on the map.

Afghanistan '11
Afghanistan '11

Strategy canceled

An innovative turn-based strategy developed by Every Single Soldier and Retro Epic Software as a direct continuation to Vietnam ’65. Afghanistan ’11 offers the ability to take part in numerous famed events from the history of the conflict. We take control of the coalition forces that focus on arming and training the Afghan security forces, as well as support of the local communities through taking care of crucial infrastructure, building water intakes, or distributing humanitarian aid.

Megapolis
Megapolis

Strategy 12 July 2012

Social economic strategy, in which we play the role of the mayor of a virtual town, and our goal is to make it the title metropolis. During the game, we erect residential buildings, production facilities, public buildings and decorations, taking care of the residents' satisfaction and constant influence on the city's cash register.

Beastie Bay
Beastie Bay

Strategy 28 September 2012

Beastie Bay is an economic strategy with RPG elements. The player builds a city on a wild island, which requires the construction of buildings, the management of raw materials and taking care of the needs of the inhabitants. At the same time, he organizes expeditions during which he fights enemies and catches creatures, which he then trains and uses in subsequent battles.

Narcos: Cartel Wars
Narcos: Cartel Wars

Strategy 06 September 2016

A mobile strategy game based on the Narcos television series. Many characters known from the series appear in the game. Narcos: Cartel Wars is available for free but contains optional microtransactions. Similarly as in the case of the television series, the game takes place in Columbia during the 70s. The player assumes the role of a boss of a small drug cartel and tries to transform it into a powerful criminal empire.

Battle Champs
Battle Champs

Strategy 11 February 2015

A mobile strategy game and a debut production of the Japanese studio BlazeGames. Akihiko Yoshida, art director of such hits as Final Fantasy Tactics or Bravely Default, was involved in its development. Battle Champs bears a resemblance to the famous Clash of Clans — the player’s task is to gather resources, build a settlement, and then defend it from other participants’ attacks. Apart from regular combat units, giants play an important role in Battle Champs.

Kingdom: New Lands
Kingdom: New Lands

Strategy 11 March 2017

An improved version of the old-school, minimalistic strategy game, Kingdom, that was released in 2015 by two independent developers nicknamed noio and Licorice. Similarly as in the original game, in the new title the player assumes the role of a king who travels through the world and uses his wealth to gain new subjects and expand his domain. As the game progresses, the king gains access to new craftsmen as well as production and military buildings.

Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle For The North
Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle For The North

Strategy 12 September 2012

A social economic strategy in which we must build a powerful empire. Players develop their army, conquer surrounding settlements, use the help of famous medieval knights and form alliances with other participants of the game.

Reigns
Reigns

Strategy 10 August 2016

A unique indie game by Nerial and Devolver Digital, and a combination of three genres: strategy, roguelike, and card games. Reigns takes place in an exaggerated medieval setting. You play as a king, and your objective is to manage your kingdom. You have e.g. to pass on judgments, care for the needs of your subjects, manage the economic development and diplomatic relations with your neighbors, and your decisions have various consequences, including your death, which forces you to start anew.

Con Man: The Game
Con Man: The Game

Strategy 25 August 2016

A mobile free-to-play economic strategy with comedy elements. Con Man: The Game bases on a license of Con Man, an internet series created by Alan Tudyk. The title makes fun of science-fiction movie genre. We assume the role of a Wray Nerely, a star of a cancelled series, who despite the loyal following from his fans doesn’t receive any new casting proposals. For a change, his friend from the set – Jack Moore makes a great movie career.

Lunar Battle
Lunar Battle

Strategy 24 October 2017

A city builder strategy game with shooter elements, developed for Android and iOS devices. It was developed by On5, the creators of, among other titles, RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile, in cooperation with Atari. The mobile Lunar Battle is a modern interpretation of an Atari’s game of the same title that was released for arcade machines in 1982. This time around, it is an interesting combination of a strategy production and a shooter.

Seven Guardians
Seven Guardians

Strategy 09 June 2016

Mobile strategy game in fantasy world from Korean studio of 4:33 Creative Lab. It takes place in the universe inspired by Norse mythology, consisting of nine worlds hold by magical tree of Yggdrasil. When arrival of undead army turns humans against each other, the titular group of seven heroes must save the world and defeat forces of evil. We play in real time on two-dimensional maps, on which we can only move to left or right.

Battle Ages
Battle Ages

Strategy 12 November 2015

A real-time strategy game distributed by using the free-to-play model. The game was developed by DR Studios and it allows the player to lead a civilization through various stages of evolution, since the Stone Age, through antiquity, medieval and renaissance, to the final years of the 19th century. At first the player assumes control of a simple settlement which then expands its size and adds new buildings.