The best of mobile gaming
It would take approximately 34,506,455 years to play through every single iPhone game on the App Store. Well, OK, we might have made that number up, but surely we can’t be too far off.
The App Store is crammed with gaming goodies to keep thumbs busy, but not all iPhone games are born equal – which is why we’ve done the difficult job of playing through as many games as humanly possible in order to tell you which are best. After many trials and tribulations, we arrived at the list you’re about to dive into: the 50 best games you can enjoy on your iPhone today.
In addition to our ongoing list of the 50 best iPhone games money can (or can’t) buy, this article will also be updated every week with the latest top-tier titles that you’ll want to be sure to check out. (Just skip ahead a few slides if you want to dive right into the top 50.) Check out this week’s best games including Punch Club, Pocket Mortys, and Harvest Moon: Seeds of Memories.
Pocket Mortys (free)
New this week (1/14/16)! Catch wild Mortys and form a team of them to take on trainers all over the multiverse in this wacky Rick and Morty version of Pokémon. Travel through portals to different worlds where you need to challenge its Rick to a battle. Win and you’ll gain a badge that gets you one step closer to going home. Catch various Mortys of different shapes and abilities, train them, and be the very best Rick that no one ever was.
Punch Club ($ 4.99/£3.99/AU$ 7.99)
New this week (1/14/16)! The tale of a boxing champ in the making, Punch Club is also an engaging and impressive management sim RPG that lets you train your athlete and help him with the rigors of life. Go to work to make money to afford food, head to gym to increase your strength and agility points, and sign up for tournies that are sure to put all that training to the test and get one step closer to finding out who killed your father. Discover multiple branching storylines as you fight, find love, and eat frozen pizzas.
Little Broken Robots (free)
New this week (1/14/16)! Whether they are infected by a virus, frozen, or simply just not working properly, the robots in Little Broken Robots need your puzzle skills to fully function again. Each robot you operate on requires you to drag their wires to fill their circuitry board. You’ll need to use up all of a wire’s required spaces to finish each level and move on to the next patient. Strategy comes into play and speed is required too if you decide to play some Timed Mode challenges.
Momoka: An Interplanetary Adventure ($ 6.99/£4.99/AU$ 10.99)
New this week (1/14/16)! Hop from planet to planet as you try to save the galaxy from a dying sun in Momoka. Gravity will change as you jump and orbit a planet, and you’ll need to use these space principles and your own array of items and weapons to help your village in their time of need. Metroidvania-like gameplay and colorful worlds are sure to keep you glued to your screen in this charming action platformed.
Venture Kid ($ 0.99/£0.79/AU$ 1.49)
New this week (1/14/16)! Jump, shoot, and make your way through nine 8-bit levels that will remind you of games of yesteryear in this charming pixelated platformer. Join Venture Kid as he tries to stop the evil Dr. Teklov from destroying the world. Each level holds secret relics for you to find and rewards you with a special weapon that can make your quest a bit easier. Mega Man, eat your heart out.
Harvest Moon: Seeds of Memories ($ 9.99/£7.99/AU$ 14.99)
New this week (1/14/16)! Grow your farm and rekindle your fellow villagers’ memories in Harvest Moon: Seeds of Memories, the mobile version of the classic game that brings with it an engrossing story, familiar farming mechanics, and a whole new world to explore. Sow the ground, plant your seeds, and relax as you plant and grow not only veggies and produce but memories and experiences in this wonderful labor of love.
Star Trek: Timelines (free)
New this week (1/14/16)! Journey through the stars (and through time) as you round up classic Star Trek characters and use their skills to complete missions and save the galaxy from colliding into itself. Missions let you decide which teammates to send and utilize their skills in diplomacy, battle, or science to complete various objectives. You decide how to complete each mission, whether peacefully or with force. What’s more, 3D ship battles add some dynamic action to this robust sci-fi strategy RPG.
Downtown Showdown (free)
New this week (1/14/16)! Part city builder and part real-time strategy game, Downtown Showdown combines the best of both genres and lets you build your own unique metropolis to take on the world. Keep your citizens happy by listening to their requests and expand your city with parks and other sites that increase its population and happiness. Then, if you want your city to shine on the leaderboards, infiltrate other cities to steal their resources or engage them in battle. A little sabotage never hurt anyone…much.
Star Wars Pinball: The Force Awakens ($ 0.99/£1.49/AU$ 2.99)
New this week (1/14/16)! Rediscover the power of the Force in gorgeous tables inspired by Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Team up with the Resistance and take on the First Order in dynamic cinematic sequences all triggered on the table. Use flippers to send your ball flying into Stormtroopers, hit switches to escape Rathtars, or aim just right to hit enemy turrets. Or, experience it from the enemy’s side on the double decker Might of the First Order table and crush the Resistance. Light or Dark Side. Which will you choose?
Millionaire Pop (free)
New this week (1/14/16)! Make your way through the world of currency in Millionaire Pop, a match-three puzzler that has you matching currency to complete various objectives across America and beyond. Match euros, dollars, and more to rack up the points and complete some tricky levels that require more skill than just blind luck. Link multiple coins for special power-ups and compete with the world and see who can make the most money by matching money.
1. AG Drive ($ 3.99/£2.99)
We’ve been after a decent futuristic racer on the iPhone for some time, but none of them really felt right. AG Drive bucks the trend, echoing Wipeout and F-Zero: breakneck speed is married with pitch-perfect tilt controls and suitably shiny graphics. Also, there’s absolutely no IAP, so the only way you’re going to win is with mastery and skill.
2. Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise ($ 2.99/£2.29/AU$ 4.49)
Explore the stylish home of a nefarious spy in Agent A, a snazzy puzzler that is sure to captivate you with its sleek visuals and ingenious puzzles hidden in the environment. Check underneath everything for any hidden trinkets, disable security systems, and keep mental notes of where you think an item is used as you play. Keep your logic skills on point as you enjoy this casual yet engrossing puzzler.
3. Alpha Omega ($ .99/£.79/AU$ 1.49)
Anagrams and crossword puzzles combine in Alpha Omega, a game where you only get the first and last letter of each word which you’ll need to unscramble. Perfect for those who crave a challenge, this puzzler offers hundreds of levels that get harder as you progress through the Greek alphabet. Use a hint if you must, but these puzzles are sure to please purists who simply love a good word challenge without any distractions.
4. Alphabear (free)
Bears of all shapes and sizes will make you smile as you spell words with the letters on your screen in Alphabear. Each time you make a word, bears will populate your board and grow in size the more letters you use around them. The bigger the bear at the end of your game, the more points you score. Use helpful bear buddies you unlock to give you bonus points as you play through an endless array of word challenges.
5. Brickies (free)
We’ve all played brick-breaking games here and there, but Brickies enhances the familiar concept and takes it to a whole other level. You’ll still need to break all the shapes on the screen, but some of them will require multiple hits to break, for example, while others can only be hit from a specific side. Use power-ups to break through multiple blocks, but keep an eye on the timer as you play through its addictive levels.
6. Capitals (free)
Capitals is a word game that requires both a knack for vocabulary as it does for strategizing your enemy’s demise. Each match puts you against an opponent and requires you to spell out words around your enemy’s "capital" or yours. Using his letters will diminish his dominance and using yours will expand your realm. If you or your opponent loses his capital, the game is over. Plan ahead and come out victorious.
7. Chaos Rings III ($ 19.99/£14.99/AU$ 30.99)
Chaos Rings III is one of those RPGs that will suck you in. Featuring rich colors and 3D worlds to explore, this game takes place on a floating continent and brings together a group of different characters on a pilgrimage to reach the Marble Blue planet and uncover the mysteries it holds. Fight your way through countless battles, complete mobile-friendly missions, and enjoy the gorgeous vistas as you explore its world.
8. Clicker Heroes (free)
RPGs can be complicated affairs with tons of rules to master, but Clicker Heroes simply requires you to tap your screen to defeat thousands of enemies and make your way through its near endless worlds. Hire heroes to do damage for you so you can take a break from tapping and farm coins to power them up or unlock stronger allies. It’s a charming quintessential clicker game that is sure to get you hooked in no time.
9. Crossy Road (free)
This endless take on Frogger finds your cuboid character confronting countless deadly roads, train lines and rivers, before inevitable squashage. It’s the characters that make the game, though – a varied roster of people, animals and ‘things’ won using a one-armed bandit, fed with coins collected en route (you can just buy stuff, too, but Crossy Road also lets you earn by watching videos and bestows regular coin top-ups anyway, making it the least obnoxious free-to-play game with IAP imaginable).
10. Does Not Commute (free)
Does Not Commute is a clever game that combines driving and puzzle elements to provide you with a unique and suspenseful experience. Each chapter requires you to drive a number of quirky commuters to their destinations, and once you do, the path you just made is saved and replayed when you control the next vehicle. You don’t have much time either, so you’ll need to avoid crashing and plan your paths carefully to succeed.
11. Drop Wizard ($ 1.99/£1.99)
Single-screen platformer Drop Wizard is infused with the soul of classics such as Snow Bros. and Bubble Bobble, but it’s also part auto-runner. You can only run left or right, and your wizard blasts magic on landing. Strategy, therefore, involves careful timing, to avoid and zap foes, and then kick them into a tumbling combo that will bounce about in a pleasingly destructive manner before turning into fruit. Because that’s what vanquished platform-game enemies all did in the 1980s.
12. Fallout Shelter (free)
Fallout Shelter is an addictive resource management game that lets you be the overseer of your very own vault. This means you’ll be responsible for its daily operations and need to assign your dwellers with jobs that benefit from their skills. Farm resources like water and electricity and expand your vault with more rooms and residents, but also protect yourself against accidents, raider invasions, and pesky radroach infestations.
13. Final Fantasy VII ($ 10.99/£8.49/AU$ 16.99)
A game needing no introduction to console players, Final Fantasy VII lets you dive into the city of Midgar and join Cloud, Tifa, and a whole party of classic heroes on a fight to save the planet from a villain named Sephiroth. This timeless JRPG now comes with mobile-friendly controls and even some nifty cheats for those who might have beaten the game a few times before and simply want to relive the moments everyone is still talking about.
14. Framed ($ .99/£.79)
If you’re looking for a hidden gem of a game, Framed has your name written all over it. It’s a unique puzzle game that makes good and novel use of the touchscreen.
Each scene looks like a page ripped out of a comic book and it’s up to you to guide the character through it. Starting from left to right, you have to organize each panel so that you can run through and avoid harm.
15. Game of Thrones (free – episode 1 only)
The fate of House Forrester rests in your hands in this Game of Thrones episodic series. Enjoy a gripping storyline with plot twists around every corner as you play as characters trying to keep their family strong and united. The choices you make will have lasting consequences and repercussions, so be sure to play your cards right. But as it is with any Game of Thrones episode, tragedy is inevitably followed by more tragedy.
16. Guitar Hero Live (free)
Tap into your inner rock star as you tap your screen to the music in Guitar Hero Live, the mobile version of the console game that comes free with two songs to try. Crowds will cheer you on if you’re performance is solid, but miss too many notes and your bandmates will be seen shaking their heads and the audience will let you have it. The full game can also be played with a separate guitar controller and comes with over 40 songs and even more you can stream online.
17. Hearthstone (free)
Yes, the insanely popular online card game Hearthstone has been squashed down to fit your iPhone screen – and it works surprisingly well. With less space to play with, the creators have rejigged the deisign slightly; it’s still the same game, just a bit more considerate to your thumbs. It’s also still compatible with the tablet and desktop versions so you’ll be able to play against your friends on the move. Requires at least an iPhone 4S or 5th generation iPod Touch.
18. Her Story (£3.99/$ 4.99)
An intriguing little game that lets you play detective, Her Story has received rave reviews for its incredibly engrossing gameplay. As a British woman is interviewed about her missing husband, it’s up to you to search through the clues and discover what happened. An impressive achievement.
19. Heroki ($ 4.99/£.79/AU$ 1.49)
Charming, colorful, and lots of fun, Heroki follows the adventures of its eponymous hero tasked with saving his cloudy village from doom. Boasting over 10 hours of gaming, this side scroller features gorgeous worlds with secrets to uncover and menacing foes to defeat. Find collectibles, go on quests, and upgrade Heroki’s abilities to last through some impressive boss battles in this engrossing adventure.
20. Hitman GO (£3.99)
Square Enix would have been on a hiding to nothing converting its free-roaming 3D game to touchscreens, and so it’s great to see the company do something entirely different with Hitman GO. Although still echoing the original series, this touchscreen title is presented as a board game of sorts, with turn-based actions against clockwork opposition. You must figure out your way to the prize, without getting knocked off (the board). It’s an oddly adorable take on assassination, and one of the best iOS puzzlers.
21. hocus. ($ .99/£3.99/AU$ 7.99)
If you’ve ever been mesmerized by impossible shapes and perspective illusion puzzles, hocus. is sure to take you for a spin. Each puzzle requires you to move a small red cube to reach a hole on a shape by guiding it down its sides. These kinds of geometric shapes can be deceiving so you’ll need to figure out which sides will lead to where as you solve its 50 relaxing yet tricky conundrums.
22. Horizon Chase ($ 2.99/£2.29)
Time was racing games were all about ludicrous speed, gorgeous graphics, and the sheer rush of weaving through a sea of cars to the finish line. Horizon Chase briefly reverses back to such halcyon days, grabs the best bits from the likes of Lotus and Top Gear, before zooming back to the present as a thoroughly modern arcade racer.
It looks gorgeous, with some stunning weather effects, and an odd but pleasing low-poly roadside-object style; it sounds great with veteran games musician Barry Leitch on soundtrack duties; but most importantly, it handles perfectly, and is a joy until the very last track.
23. I Am Bread ($ .99/£.79/AU$ .99)
Loaf lovers and gluten gourmands are in luck – I Am Bread will fulfill your lifelong wish to become a piece of bread and navigate your way through rooms to become toast…actual toast. Each time you begin a level, you’ll need to keep your eyes sharp and locate anything that can help you get crisp and then tread across dangerous territory to get there. Don’t get too dirty, though. No one likes a dirty piece of bread.
24. Implosion ($ 9.99/£7.99)
Humans are again getting a kicking at the hands of nasty aliens and it’s up to you to stop them. Cliches aside, Implosion offers a stompy slash-and-shoot experience that feels entirely at home on the iPhone but scratches that itch when you fancy playing something that resembles what you’d find on a ‘proper’ games console.
25. Jollygrams ($ 1.99/£1.49/AU$ 2.99)
Anagrams are one thing, but Jollygrams are another form of word scrambles that don’t make sense at first but say them over enough times or rearrange their syllables and you’ll get a phrase that does. Words like Plouse Hant and Band Socks will try to stump you, but think it over a bit and you’ll earn some coins and move on to the next puzzle. Use a hint if you must, but soon you’ll find it’s all a "keys of pake."
26. Lara Croft GO ($ 4.99/£3.99/AU$ 6.49)
Following in the footsteps of Hitman GO, which astonishingly managed to transform that series into an adorable board game, Lara Croft GO reworks the adventures of the world’s most famous tomb raider. It’s another turn-based affair, with lashings of atmosphere, finding Lara carefully working her way past traps crafted by an ancient civilisation with a penchant for blocky design and elaborate moving parts.
There are also lots of snakes and deadly lizards about, which she’s quite keen on shooting in the head. The five chapters are quite brief, but savour the game rather than blazing through, and you’ll find something that merges early Tomb Raider’s sense of adventure and solitude, Monument Valley-level beauty, and bite-sized touchscreen gaming that’s perfect for iPhone.
27. Leo’s Fortune (£3.99)
Leo’s Fortune finds gruff hairball Leo in search of his gold, which has been dropped in a suspiciously trail-like manner across typically platform-game environments. As he scoops up coins, he finds himself whizzing round Sonic-style loops, solving puzzles by manipulating the environment, and negotiating increasingly complex and deadly pathways. It’s a beautiful game, full of character, and well-suited to quick bursts on your iPhone.
28. Lumino City ($ 6.99/£4.99/AU$ 10.99)
Beautiful to look at and even more amazing to play, Lumino City is a puzzler that’s also an adventure into a world of magic and color. Play as a Lumi, who ventures into the puzzling city following her grandpa’s kidnapping and discovers people in need of her help. Featuring paper-like visuals, the city is filled with unique puzzles for you to find and solve and is sure to charm and invite you in every step of the way.
29. Monument Valley (£2.99)
In Monument Valley, you journey through delightful Escher-like landscapes, manipulating the very architecture to build impossible paths along which to explore. It’s not the most challenging of games (nor one with the most coherent of storylines), but each scene is a gorgeous and mesmerising bite-sized experience that showcases how important great craft is in the best iOS titles.
30. Octodad: Dadliest Catch ($ 4.99/£3.99/AU$ 7.99)
Play as a dad and a husband in Octodad, a hilarious game that tasks you with accomplishing basic daily tasks as best as you can so that your family doesn’t get suspicious that you’re, in fact, an octopus. Moving around in a man’s world is harder than it sounds and you’ll need to get used to your cephalopodan limbs as you pick things up, move around, and interact with people without accidentally outing yourself.
31. Operation Dracula ($ 7.99/£5.99/AU$ 12.99)
Bullet-hell meets blood-thirsty vampires in Operation Dracula, a shoot ’em up that boasts some great top-down action, a catchy soundtrack, and a difficulty curve that makes you feel like you’re back in the 80s. Missions have you maneuvering your craft through levels that continuously assault you with enemies, bullets, and some relentless bosses so you need to keep your cool amid the frenetic violence happening all around you.
32. Order & Chaos 2: Redemption (free)
Get lost in the amazing worlds of Order & Chaos 2: Redemption, Gameloft’s follow-up MMORPG that comes with even more quests to sink your teeth into. Optimized for mobile, this game features a new race to choose from as well as a new story that follows your character as he or she tries to restore peace to the world of Haradon. Plenty of exploration, characters, and dangers await you in this massive adventure.
33. Pac-Man 256 (free)
Pac-Man 256 is a twist on the classic pellet-eating formula and has you racing for your life as the menacing Level 256 glitch from the original game tries to devour you. But it wouldn’t be a Pac-Man game without those pesky ghosts to avoid and power pellets and fruit to collect. Use power-ups like lasers, tornados, and even a "giant" mode to survive when things get rough, but don’t accidentally run into a dead end or it’s over.
34. The Path to Luma (free)
Save the world as you hop through the galaxy in Path to Luma, a gorgeous adventure puzzler that lets you harness the power of clean energy and explore planets to find the switches they need to power back up. As you play through the game’s 20 levels, you will have to recharge batteries, turn on windmills, or rotate planets to create new routes to explore. You’ll soon discover puzzles within puzzles that are a joy to solve.
35. Pixel 8 (free)
You’re in store for a gallery of pixelated masterpieces in Pixel 8, a charming puzzler that tasks you with recreating paintings pixel-by-pixel before time runs out. Paintings start off simple and small, but you’ll soon be working on large works of art that span several themes and categories. Completing each one in the fastest time earns you a spot on the leaderboards as well as coins to unlock more puzzling galleries.
36. PixWing ($ 3.99/£2.99/AU$ 5.99)
With its pixelated visuals and a soundtrack that is sure to make you feel nostalgic, you’d swear PixWing came out for Sega Genesis decades ago. This colorful flyer brings things into the modern age with its optional gyro controls that let you use your body to navigate your plane and it will even track how many calories you burn as you play. Gorgeous levels, collectibles, and timed challenges are sure to keep you busy in a good way.
37. Power Hover ($ 3.99/£2.99/AU$ 5.99)
Power Hover is an impressive action game that takes you through a beautiful world to recover a village’s stolen power. Hover through deserts, oceans, and highways, and grind on rails as you make your way to the finish line, chase down baddies, or play through arcade-style boss runs and challenge your friends for the best score. Collect dropped batteries to unlock even more gorgeous and thrilling levels.
38. Progress to 100 ($ 2.99/£2.29/AU$ 4.49)
Progress to 100 is more than just a puzzle – it’s a cleverly unique experience that will engage all aspects of your iPhone as you figure out what you have to do to move on. As its name states, each of the 100 puzzles you’ll play gets you one step closer to finishing it, but each one also comes with a hint as to how to solve it. Repeatedly tap your screen, put your nose on your device, or move your head to solve its silly and satisfying riddles.
39. Prune ($ 2.99/£2.29/AU$ 4.49)
Prune is a meditative experience more akin to the art of bonsai than your usual puzzle game, but its relaxing levels and soothing sounds will captivate you nonetheless. Each level lets you grow a tree with a swipe of a finger and then prune enough of it branches so its buds can flower in the sunlight. As you progress, shadows and red orbs will pose obstacles for your tree as they’ll block it from the sunlight and even poison its branches.
40. Race the Sun ($ 4.99/£3.99/AU$ 7.99)
The setting of the sun signifies your doom in Race the Sun, a tense and riveting endless racer that gracefully challenges you to prolong the inevitable and keep flying. Each time you start a race, you need to be mindful of both incoming obstacles that can destroy your aircraft and power-ups that can extend your flight. The world you fly through changes every day so you are always on your toes wondering what lies ahead.
41. Rayman Adventures (free)
Join Rayman and friends as they journey through colorful worlds retrieving lost eggs and helping a sacred tree flourish. Levels in this action platformer can involve searching for hidden Teensies, beating up enemies on your path, or solving puzzles before making it to the goal. Take care of the creatures you hatch by feeding and playing with them and then take them on your adventures for a helpful boost.
42. Spider: Rite of the Shrouded Moon ($ 1.99/£1.49/AU$ 2.99)
A game of exploration, mystery, and puzzles, Spider: Rite of the Shrouded Moon once again stars an intrepid eight-legged protagonist and lets you unravel a subtle story with each clue you find. Trap insects in your web as you explore the enormous Blackbird Estate, and solve some puzzles along the way too. What’s more, the game uses your location, time, and local weather to add dynamic features to your experience each time you play.
43. Sproggiwood ($ 9.99/£7.99/AU$ 14.99)
Strategy is a big part of your success in this colorful roguelike, so you’ll need to plan your steps accordingly or else enemies will ambush you when you least expect it. Use your items wisely or purchase equipment to permanently own them and give your characters a fighting chance when up against some tough bosses. Just don’t be fooled by its whimsical music or deceptive cutesy design – this is one tough game.
44. Super Dangerous Dungeons (free)
Super Dangerous Dungeons is sure to bring you back to a time when 16-bit platformers ruled the world. Its 48 colorful levels feature classic traps and enemies that will keep you engaged as you turn on switches, find keys, and avoid dangerous terrain on your way to the exit. Jump your way through bottomless pits and beat giant bosses that require some finesse and careful timing to defeat.
45. Super Hexagon (£2.29)
Ah, Super Hexagon. We remember that punishing first game, which must have lasted all of three seconds. Much like the next – and the next. But then we recognised patterns in the walls that closed in on our tiny ship, and learned to react and dodge. Then you threw increasingly tough difficulty levels at us, and we’ve been smitten ever since.
46. Tales from the Borderlands (free – ep 1 only)
Follow a group of unlikely friends on their quest for greatness in this episode series set in Pandora following the events of Borderlands 2. You’ll travel to familiar locations and interact with pivotal characters from the action games, but your choices are what matter most as they can come back to haunt you later on. Clever writing and a talented cast are sure to keep your laughing through each hilarious episode.
47. The Room Three ($ 4.99/£3.99/AU$ 7.99)
Featuring more than just boxes to examine, The Room Three expands the format of the original just enough to create a uniquely tactile experience that definitely pulls you into the many nooks and crannies you’ll be entering to solve. Gorgeous box puzzles still play an important role in the game, but many other clever logic games are sure to tickle your brain and condition you to look closely at everything that could turn out to be a puzzle. Three’s a charm indeed.
48. TouchTone ($ 2.99/£2.29)
There are two sides to TouchTone. The foundation is a topical story about intercepting communications, ostensibly to make the world safer. The game itself involves reflecting signals to receivers, using a tiled grid where every item on a row or column moves as one. The story gives you added impetus to keep going, even when you’ve been racking your brains for days to come up with a solution to a particular puzzle.
49. You Must Build A Boat ($ 2.99/£2.29/AU$ 4.49)
It’s always great when a savvy developer rethinks a genre and comes up with something that feels fresh. EightyEight Games welds auto-running to match-three in You Must Build A Boat. Deft fingerwork must be married with careful timing, matching keys as the hero approaches locked chests, or swords at the moment an incoming enemy prepares to get all stabby. Get shoved off of the left-hand side of the screen and you’re told YOU WIN!, because every step potentially adds to your coffers. There are missions to complete, abilities to power-up, and a cheeky sense of humour that sets the title apart from its frequently comparatively po-faced contemporaries.
50. Zodiac: Orcanon Odyssey ($ 8.99/£6.99/AU$ 13.99)
An immersive story, stellar soundtrack, and a fluid turn-based combat system are just a few delights that await you as you journey to the world of Orcanon and uncover the first installment of this mobile RPG. Gorgeous cutscenes accompany your characters as they travel throughout a kingdom filled with dangers and secrets. Customize your experience by crafting your own weapons and bring your friends with you into battle as you fight to save the world.