Blood & Honor is an easy to pick up, hard to let go, world domination game. It mixes the classic gameplay of risk and conquest board games with an innovative set of bonus cards that will give you access to air raids, nuclear bombs, assassins and more. With different maps, game modes and options, and the ability to play multiplayer games you will spend countless hours playing Blood & Honor.

*** Since its launch it has been featured in New & Noteworthy, What’s Hot, Staff’s Pick and Great Strategy Games.

- 7 Maps to choose from and more coming in future updates
- Up to six players can battle for world domination
- 3 AI difficulties
- Pass & Play
- Real time Online multiplayer with built in chat
- Automatic save/resume of offline games
- Zoom and scroll in beautifully illustrated maps
- Buy once, play everywhere with iPhone-iPod-iPad Universal support

You can try the lite version for FREE.

IMPORTANT: We take customer's feedback very seriously, this is clearly shown by the number of updates we have done since launch. So we ask that if you have an issue or suggestion you use the adequate channels (In game feedback, facebook, twitter, or email). Writing your issue on a review does not allow us to get back to you promptly. If you need for something to be resolved please email us at or use the mail button in the main menu screen of the game. Thank you!

What's New

Version 3.3.1

- Fix for Play Online crash

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
267 Ratings
267 Ratings

Skill doesn’t matter

I have played 600 rounds of this game. I know it well. Fun to play! But there is a big downside. Your chance of winning depends on whether the roll of the dice works. Of course, right? It’s a dice game even in the physical world. The problem is that this game seems to use “weighted” probability. Some turns you seem to have super powers and instantly defeat all armies. Other turns you can waste 10 armies trying to defeat a 2 army opponent. Sometimes a country is randomly impossible to defeat. Yes it’s a form of random, but it does not run parallel to a simple random roll of the dice. There are so many random variables that after 600 games, my percentage of wins is 25%. Some rounds you can use skill, other times, your whole turn is a dud where your armies can’t beat anybody. All the layers of randomness were probably added for variety, but they end up overpowering skill. The result is that this game is more like a slot machine than a game of skill. It’s a slot machine with good music, and little battles, and is fun. But at the end of the day, as best I can tell, your chance of winning is basically random depending on a variety of randomized factors in the game (not to mention players who randomly quit and throw the dynamic out of balance as well.)


This game is amazing, only one complaint

Great game, online or offline. I bought the full version and don't even use the extra features. The game is amazing. They have kept it very well maintained and fixed all issues I've noticed while playing. My only complaint is that the ranked matches are 4 player matches and the people who ho first and second have one more territory and two more troops than everyone else and obviously get to go first, so they have quite an advantage. Not too bad of a flaw, still a 5 star game. Just wish there was someway to make it more fair


Better Than The Official Risk

In my opinion, this is hands down the best Risk-style game available on the Appstore. No fancy animations that make games twice as long, tons of gameplay options and maps, and a well-designed multiplayer system.

My only complaint with multiplayer is that people sometimes play on two devices, but that's pretty rare and usually you can notice before you spend too much time in the game.


58.8 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Italian, Spanish
Age Rating
Rated 9+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
© 2010 Jorge Lorenzon


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