Sid Meier's Civilization VI (iOS)
Strategy 21 December 2017
The sixth installment of the legendary series of turn-based strategy games that allow us to control a selected civilization throughout several thousand years of its history. It was traditionally developed by Firaxis Games led by Sid Meier, the franchise’s creator, himself. Gameplay-wise, Civilization VI combines together the well-proven solutions of its predecessors but also introduces several revolutionary changes. The most important one is the city development. Metropolises can now span across more than one field and consist of four kinds of districts: industrial, scientific, trading, and military. The technology development system was also modified, so that every invention offers an additional mini-quest that provides a useful bonus. Significant changes were also introduced in diplomacy, and the combat mechanics now somewhat mitigate the restrictions introduced by the fifth installment of the series. The game traditionally features an extensive and fully configurable multiplayer mode.
Heroes of Might & Magic III: HD Edition (iOS)
Strategy 29 January 2015
A remastered edition of one of the most well-received installments of the legendary Heroes of Might & Magic series, created for the 15th anniversary of the game's original release and the 20th anniversary of the franchise. It was commissioned by Ubisoft and developed by DotEmu, known e.g. from the remake of the cult platform game Another World. The contents of the HD edition are the same as the base game (no expansions included) and consist of 7 story campaigns (about 50 maps in total), a skirmish mode and a functional editor. Compared to the original, the key changes are the upgraded wide-screen-compatible HD visuals. The graphics are now sharper and more clear-cut, which is the result of reprogramming over 25,000 elements and models. The multiplayer mode has also been upgraded, both in the local “hotseat” mode and the online one. Also, for the first time ever, a version for mobile devices was created.
This War of Mine (iOS)
Strategy 15 July 2015
An extraordinary war game with focus on survival. It was inspired by the real stories of people who at some point of their lives struggled to survive a war. The game was developed by Polish studio 11 bit, known for an original strategy game series Anomaly. The game gives you control over a group of civilians trying to survive in a ruined city, where the biggest enemies are such problems as starvation and shortage of medicines. Depending on the time of day you can improve your hideout, craft weapons, furniture, and tools, or explore city streets in search for food and useful items. Randomly generated missions provide players with varied challenges and dilemmas, which may require sacrificing one person for the good of the others. The gloomy atmosphere is emphasized by an original visual style based on light and shadow contrasts.
Fallout Shelter (iOS)
Strategy 15 June 2015
A mobile spin-off to the post-apocalyptic Fallout franchise, accompanying the fourth major installment. In contrast to the main-stream Fallout games this one is a simulation strategy, in which you take on a role of a vault overseer and have to look after its inhabitants. The game has you expand the vault by new rooms, including living quarters, and public facilities, to provide for all needs of your dwellers. You also have to gather supplies, which requires you to send expeditions outside the vault, having previously equipped (or not) your men with weapons and protective gear. Each vault dweller has their own statistics and gains experience, thus unlocking new abilities and equipment.
Age of Civilizations II (iOS)
Strategy 27 May 2019
The second part of the series of turn-based strategy games, developed by the Polish developer Lukasz Jakowski. In Age of Civilizations II, the players take control of one of the eponymous civilizations and lead it to world domination.
King of Avalon: Dragon Warfare (iOS)
Strategy 21 June 2016
King of Avalon: Dragon Warfare is an MMO strategy game developed by DianDian Interactive. The game takes us to the mythical, medieval England from the Arthurian legends. We play as one of the lords who want to take place of the deceased King Arthur after he fell during the Battle of Camlann, leaving his country in chaos. Only the person worthy of the legendary sword Excalibur can bring back peace and order to England. Gameplay in King of Avalon: Dragon Warfare focuses on expanding our city, gathering resources, taking care of our technological advancement, recruiting our army, and fighting for the Throne. The key to victory lies in the cooperation with other players. In-game chat simplifies that process. When the battle finally comes, we can use not only our regular units, but also one of the titular dragons. The beasts can specialize in either defense or attack, and their character depends on our combat decisions. Spells cast by the Dragon Priestess also give as advantage against our enemies. King of Avalon: Dragon Warfare features high quality visuals, which can be seen in the highly detailed game's environment.
Rebel Inc. (iOS)
Strategy 06 December 2018
Rebel Inc. is a strategy in which our task is to prevent overturns in a fictional state. When fighting with rebels, we must both invest in strengthening the army and maintain a high level of satisfaction among civilians.
Forge of Empires (iOS)
Strategy 04 December 2013
Forge of Empires is a browser strategy game in which the main goal is to transform a small town into a developed metropolis. The action takes place over several historical epochs. We erect buildings, develop new technologies, collect raw materials, earn money, and form and maintain a strong army capable of counteracting a possible attack and expansion into the surrounding areas.
Rome: Total War (iOS)
Strategy 10 November 2016
The third installment in the acclaimed Total War strategy game series developed by Creative Assembly. This time, the player is taken to the period during which the Roman Empire is in its prime. The player participates in historical events, such as the Spartacus slave uprising, the Punic Wars, or Julius Caesar's conquest of Gaul. The creators faithfully recreated such historical elements as different military units, machines and technologies the ancient nations depended on. As usual, the gameplay is divided into two phases. The player makes large-scope decisions in the turn-based mode featuring the world map - for example, concerning technological development, diplomacy, development of cities or army management. The battles, on the other hand, are played in real time and the player commands particular formations or individual units. Rome: Total War includes the features introduced by the previous installments, such as sieges of cities, reconnaissance or reserves. Apart from the single-player campaign, the game offers multiplayer for up to 8 competitors.
Strategy 12 July 2009
A special edition of the Worms series, in which we take control of several title worms trying to eliminate the opposing team with increasingly sophisticated weapons. For the first time in history, the brand made its debut in the form of a free to play browser production.
Prison Architect (iOS)
Strategy 12 May 2017
An economic real-time strategy game created by British indie developer Introversion Software. Prison Architect lets you play as a headmaster of a penal facility. Your duties include designing a high-security prison, managing its budged, and providing for the needs of inmates. The authors saw to it that each prisoner had his individual personality and corresponding criminal inclinations. A virtual prison manager has to face such issues as violent behavior among inmates, gang activities, smuggling and contraband, or even mutiny. Prison Architect features very simple top-down 2D graphics.
Holy Potatoes! A Spy Story?! (iOS)
Strategy 28 March 2019
Strategic spy game in which we take control over a secret organization associating potato spies. During the game we recruit potato agents and develop their skills, as well as sending them on increasingly difficult missions.
FTL: Faster Than Light (iOS)
Strategy 03 April 2014
A strategy set in sci-fi reality telling the story of a lonely ship trying to escape a huge war armada. The flight route is planned in turn-based mode and the fights are played in real time. In addition, we need to manage the crew and improve our unit. An additional attraction is the fact that every time you start a new game, the world is generated randomly.
Clash Royale (iOS)
Strategy 02 March 2016
A multiplayer game with MOBA elements from the Finnish Supercell studio, set in a universe of one of the mobile bestsellers – Clash of Clans. Same as there, we play as a ruler whose ambitions go beyond the borders of his country. Gameplay of Clash of Royale comes down to taking part in online skirmishes with other players to overthrow the opposing king. Battles are fought in very simplified form and take place on small arenas, which fit entirely on the smartphone’s or tablet’s screen. During the battles, we send offensive units along set paths, while also making sure to secure our own domain with various spells and defensive units and buildings. The mechanics are complemented by card game features, and the time between fights is spent on collecting the strongest possible deck of cards, each representing the respective units and actions (e.g. casting spells).
This is the Police 2 (iOS)
Strategy 12 September 2019
A sequel to This is the Police. The game was developed by the creators of the original title, Weappy Studio. Similarly to its predecessor, the game combines traits of adventure games and strategy games. In This is the Police 2 the players assume the role of Lilly Reed – a female sheriff who tries to bring order to the small city of Sharpwood.
Strategy 07 August 2014
Real-time strategy (RTS) produced by 22 Cans studio led by Peter Molyneux. Godus lets you take on the role of a god who has to ensure the welfare and safety of his followers and get rid of his competitors.
Democracy 3 (iOS)
Strategy 08 June 2014
The third installment in the complex turn-based economical strategy game series developed since 2005 by Positech Games. Democracy 3 again puts you in the role of the leader of a fictional democratic country and tasks you with making a number of decisions that will let you satisfy the many conflicting expectations of the virtual society so that you can stay in power. The gameplay features a complex socio-economical simulation system, according to which every choice you make takes its toll on your country and its society. The mechanics of the game are similar to those known from the previous installments, while the changes introduced by the developers include such aspects as the private sector's influence on the society, and the presence of real-life problems and events (e.g. climate change, financial crisis). The graphics have vastly improved, although the gameplay is still mostly based on charts, statistics, and so on.
Rush Wars (iOS)
Strategy March 2020
A fast strategy developed by Supercell studio. In Rush Wars we take control over a unit of soldiers, and our task is to conquer gold mines belonging to other players and defend our own base against hostile attacks.
Anno: Build An Empire (iOS)
Strategy 20 November 2014
A spin-off of the popular economic strategy game series, created for mobile devices by Mi'pu'mi, founded by former Rockstar members, with the help of Blue Byte Software. The game is set in the colonial era, and your task is to establish and develop a prosperous colony in a newly-discovered region of the world. You start out on a tiny island with a small supply of materials, but as the game progresses, you unlock more resources and various other islands. At the same time, you have to manage trade, diplomacy, and safety of your colony. The mechanics are based on those from the PC and console installments in the series, although they were simplified and adapted for mobile devices and the freemium business model. The visuals of the production resemble those of the web-based Anno games and The Settlers.
Door Kickers 2: Task Force North (iOS)
A continuation of the 2014 tactical strategy game developed by Killhouse Games, which recreates the routines of SWAT anti-terrorist units. The action of Door Kickers 2: Task Force North takes the players to the Middle East, where the player-controlled squad, comprising representatives of many special forces, follows the trace of a dangerous terrorist organization. One observes the action from a top-down perspective and experiences all the events in real time with the option to utilize the active pause system. Like the first installment, the game has been divided into two parts - equally important to carrying out a mission is proper preparation, which includes selecting units with adequate skills and dispatching them properly across the map. The creators introduced many improvements and novelties that make the whole experience even more realistic. Among these, one can find new pieces of gear, the option to operate under the cover of night, jumping through windows, and the new mechanics allowing one to group his units.
LEGO Star Wars Battles (iOS)
Tower defense strategy game, based on two popular brands - LEGO and Star Wars universe. The production offers a relatively simple gameplay model and the possibility of using a number of characters and locations known from the silver screen. The title was created in collaboration between Lucasfilm and Warner Bros. Interactive.
Total War Battles: Kingdom (iOS)
Strategy 24 March 2016
The second installment in a spin-off subseries belonging to the Total War franchise, designed mainly for mobile devices. Both titles were created by a separate development team working under Creative Assembly. In contrast to the original game, this one focuses entirely on online gameplay and PvP competition. The game takes you back to 10th century. You become a leader of a small country, who has to take care of its development and security. Your goal is to conquer new lands and turn them into bustling, productive terrains. The game offers expanded strategic gameplay, allowing you to not only construct buildings, gather resources, and expand your army, but also use diplomacy, spies, and intrigues against your allies and foes alike. In terms of visuals, unlike the previous edition, this one looks more akin to a full-fledged Total War game.
Panzer Corps (iOS)
Strategy 18 December 2013
Turn-based strategy game set during World War II being the spiritual heir to the cult Panzer General. Among the available playable nations we will find Poland, Italy, France, Norway, Belgium, USA, Soviet Union, Great Britain and Germany. The gameplay mechanism bets on fast battles, but at the same time offers a high level of realism and depth.
XCOM: Enemy Unknown (iOS)
Strategy 20 June 2013
A science-fiction turn-based strategy game that came out as a reboot of the cult series, UFO: Enemy Unknown, launched back in 1994 by Microprose. This new title was created by Firaxis Games, a studio founded by Sid Meier. The story of XCOM: Enemy Unknown does not follow any of the plotlines started by its predecessors. Instead, it tells a new story of the war between humans and an aggressive alien race. In order to protect our planet from the invaders a special organization called X-COM was created, with you as its commander throughout the game. The gameplay features two main aspects. In the strategic mode you plan your next move, complete research and develop technology, as well as manufacture gear and weapons – all this in real time. When it comes to skirmishes with the aliens, combat is turn-based. Most missions are procedurally generated, which relates to greater replayability. Battles are presented in full 3D, and the game’s engine allows for full destruction of environment.