Meet the sequel to one of the best strategic games in the US, Canada, Australia, Germany, Russia, UK and many other countries!
You are the young dictator of a fledgling democratic republic. Anyone would dream of being in your place, because you wield unlimited power.
You must make wise and timely decisions, eliminate scheming enemies, pay tributes to true friends, deftly uncover plots, and expose insidious conspiracies.
When a better tomorrow in your country is no longer a dream, you can go even further! Conquer the rest of the world. Form your own army and defeat your glorious dictatorship's most treacherous foes! Skillfully develop captured territories and lead your people to a great future of despotism!
Dictate the fashion of the day to millions of people – their gaze is riveted upon you alone.
Your task is to remain being dictator as long as possible and seize as much territory as you can! Good luck!
Experience this unique mix of card battles, strategy and the game’s prequel - Dictator: Revolt!
- Determine your approach to each of the 6 factions!
- Form your own army and lead it to victory!
- Make more than 2,000 critical decisions!
- Build oil derricks, banks, prisons and propaganda broadcasting towers!
- Weave plots and unravel conspiracies!
- Prevent revolutions!
Improvements and bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
fun at first but gets annoying
it’s way too hard to keep all the factions happy and the game asks for money way too much. Also if u want to last a long time DONT EXPAND. The game is already hard enough to keep ur factions happy, just try keeping multiple countries happy. Another thing is most of the time ur losing more money than ur making. All in all i know it’s a strategy game and it’s not supposed to be easy but this game gets frustrating. Just on a side not for the developers. If i make a decision that upset the mafia for example (tell them they can’t steal
police cars) then only the mafia should be upset about that. I don’t understand y The People and the POLICE lose points because i told the Mafia they couldn’t steal Police cars
Fun core game, but a few major problems... It asks for money at basically every step (after you pay money to buy it?? Come on) and pretty atrocious English mistranslations that often mean something different than they're supposed to. To get a lot of money you have to wait a long time, which I guess is expected in a lot of games these days, but it's just annoying.
The original Dictator game could get boring over time, just making decisions and losing your power easily. This is more fun because you can conquer other nations and there are more choices that before! Awesome game!
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- Dmitrii Kuzmenko
- 259.3 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- © www.tigrido.com
- In-App Purchases
- 700 Tyrants $4.99
- Cards bundle $1.99
- 100 Tyrants $1.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.