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Description

“Possibly the best online multiplayer game ever released for iOS.”
-PocketTactics.com

Warbits, a war simulator for a better tomorrow. Give peace a fighting chance by settling your differences casualty free. Don't agree with your fellow factions? You don't have to! Put those blasters down, load up Warbits, and virtually crush the opposition!

--TURN-BASED STRATEGY--

CAMPAIGN - Battle through 20 missions across 5 unique environments as you unravel the story of a dysfunctional galaxy and the war simulator designed to save it.

CHALLENGE MODE - Test your grit against 30 challenging missions at your own pace. 10 Skirmish, 10 Puzzle and 10 unlockable Veteran missions.

POWERS - Supercharge your army with 16 game changing power-ups.

ONLINE OR LOCAL - Take the fight online with Game Center or play locally against friends and AI opponents.

TAG MATCHES - Automatically get matched against players based on the modes you like to play.

INSTRUCTION MANUAL - Harken back to the golden age of cracking open a new game with this classic instruction manual: http://riskylab.com/WarbitsManual

OTHER FEATURES
• Asynchronous gameplay
• 40 Custom versus maps
• 15 Game Center achievements
• Replays & in game messaging
• Sync campaign progress with iCloud

"Comforted a 4-year-old who was nervous on a flight."
-Twitter Follower

“I haven't laughed at a game in a long time and this has touched my heart.”
-Beta Tester

“Is it out yet?”
-Twitter Follower 2012

"C'est incroyable."
-NeoGAF Member

“looks so incredibly generic from the trailer...”
-YouTube Comment

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What's New

Version 1.2

--PATCH 1.2 CHALLENGE ACCEPTED--

Brand new challenge mode!
30 missions available in 3 new challenge categories:
10 Skirmish Missions
10 Puzzle Missions
10 Veteran Missions

iOS 10 iMessage invite support! Play custom games with friends by inviting via iMessage.
Minor bug fixes and improvements.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5

135 Ratings

135 Ratings

Editors’ Choice

Don’t be fooled by the cute visuals and quirky dialogue. Beneath the charming sheen, Warbits is a deceptively complex strategy game. As you make your way through a campaign packed with turn-based battles, you’re forced to make tough decisions. Do you try to stealthily capture an enemy base or wage a full-on assault and put your strongest units at risk? With a challenging campaign and several multiplayer game types (including a same-screen local mode!), your tactics will be put to the test.

Competent but forgettable

Taznak

This game is an Advance Wars clone. I don’t use the term lightly; it’s not just that the units are almost the same, even the end-of-stage scoring system rates you on Power (% of enemies destroyed), Skill (% of your units that survived), and Speed... even when it doesn’t make sense to do so. On stage 4-4, for instance, you have an ally who helps you against your foe- every unit your ally destroys does not count towards your Power score, making it literally impossible to earn top scores.

Now don’t get me wrong, Warbits is not a bad game. Its core systems, such as its economy, unit balance and variety, mostly copy Advance Wars, which is a really solid system to copy. The reason I give it three stars is because it’s worse in all the areas it cannot directly copy (storyline, aesthetics and visual clarity), and the one area where it tries to innovate and improve upon the old formula with its HQ abilities, it mostly fails. The abilities are poorly balanced, the AI is shamefully poor at using them, and their inclusion harms the game’s overall unit balance.

As a result of the above, Warbits is a competent game and if you like the genre, you won’t regret playing it. It’s also forgettable- it doesn’t advance the genre in any way. When the next game of this type comes out, it will still be compared to Advance Wars, not to Warbits.

Absolutely worth buying

The White Tiger, Leb

There's always a slight temptation to give one star to apps that ask for a review in a pop-up, but I find this less egregious in games and in the case of indie devs (though I'd still prefer a more passive request than pop-ups).

Looking past that, Warbits is top notch. The power chips are a neat way to implement something akin to Advance Wars' CO Powers (something often missing from the games that it inspired), and being able to pick from any means there's a dizzying array of factors to account for when battling your opponent. And with a few new units that don't really have analogs in the source material, Risky Lab took the time to design a game that is delightfully familiar without being a lazy imitation.

Bought it for myself and gifted two copies to friends. Easily worth it.

Information

Seller
Risky Lab LLC
Size
185.1 MB
Category
Games
Compatibility
Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English
Age Rating
Rated 9+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
Copyright
© Risky Lab LLC
Price
$4.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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