By Risky Lab LLC
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
“Possibly the best online multiplayer game ever released for iOS.”
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!
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
• 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."
“I haven't laughed at a game in a long time and this has touched my heart.”
“Is it out yet?”
-Twitter Follower 2012
“looks so incredibly generic from the trailer...”
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What's New in 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.
The true Advance Wars successor
This has finally made up for the lack of an Advance Wars game on iOS! Dare I say it's even better! Download this right away; it's brilliant.
One negative point: I don't really like the in-game "superpowers". They are too many, it's hard to remember when it's most opportune to use them and they distract from the game purity. That's just for the main missions as you can disable them on custom maps so it's not that bad.
Warbits, what is it good for?
There is a fair number of really good strategy games on iOS, but few are as colourful, charming and just as outright funny as Warbits. This loving tribute to Intelligent Systems' Advance Wars is friendly and initially simple enough that you could hand it to a five-year-old, but it soon ratchets up to provide a challenge for even seasoned players. Good AI, lovely UI and deceptively complex despite the cartoony presentation and goofy script. Brilliant.
A worthy successor
Captures the spirit and stays faithful to the mechanics of that long-running but long-hibernating franchise. Great single-player and functional multiplayer - I wish every dormant classic franchise got this good a mobile treatment!