Please note: Not compatible with iPad 2, iPad Mini 1, or iPod 5.

The story of Morphite takes place in a far off future when humanity has long since populated the distant reaches of space. The player takes on the role of Myrah Kale, a young woman residing on a space station and workshop under the care of her surrogate father, Mr. Mason. What starts as a simple exploratory mission to gather supplies to support their shop rapidly turns into a journey revealing Myrah’s unknown past and her relationship to a rare, coveted, and nearly extinct material called Morphite.

In order to unlock and understand the mysteries of her past, Myrah must travel to undiscovered planets, roam uncharted sectors of space, and confront exotic creatures and locales in search of this Morphite.

Aside from the main storyline, the worlds of Morphite are randomly generated. Encounter various creature types, landscapes, caves, rivers, and more to explore. Explore large space stations, abandoned or infested with alien life.


Beautiful Stylized Low-Poly Look
Amazing soundtrack - over 50 original songs by Evan Gipson
Fully voiced Main Storyline
Environmental puzzle solving
Scan creatures to sell their bio information to upgrade your ship and weapons.
Full MFi Controller Support
Find various upgrades throughout your adventures.
Huge bosses to battle
Navigate the stars with an easy to use Starmap system.
Random encounters aboard your ship
Dozens of side missions
Real-time space combat
Space trading
Resource collection and trading
Find random weapons and vehicles on various planets
Upgrade your suit to survive harsher conditions

What's New

Version 1.21

-Fixes for iCloud reset control layout
-New Kangaroo type creature and another tree variation

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5

635 Ratings

635 Ratings

Great game but...


Just wish devs would fix Game Center achievements so they worked this day I still am waiting for a fix so I can 100% the game..and I’ve definitely got all the achievements, they just refuse to pop-up on the screen or have the game/Game Center recognize them...I honestly don’t understand how this could be such a huge problem, especially for a newer game...any other game I own (a lot) that utilizes Game Center achievements work fine. I’m serious when I say the devs need to go back, take a look, and fix the problem. This is a premium paid game.

It’s bad enough the iCloud sync doesn’t work correctly, but at least let’s get the achievements to work, yes? The game will never be complete for me until I get each little achievement icon in a Game Center despite beating the game and doing everything there is to do in the game (yup, I’ve played that much). Please, show me my rewards for my hard work.

Good time killer


I’ve been watching and waiting for Morphite to release on iOS ever since I heard of it a year ago. I love the low poly graphic style, the exploration, the wild animals you can encounter, the random encounters and side quests, but I wish the space combat was a little more involved than just sitting still while the enemy flies around you. Maybe this will be changed in a future update, who knows! The game itself feels like a mash of Metroid Prime, No Man’s Sky, and a little bit of Ratchet & Clank (all games that I’ve loved over the years) and it definitely has an interesting story. I was surprised to hear the voice acting and I love the banter between the female protagonist and the robot sidekick KitCat. The touch controls took a little getting used to since I’m on an iPhone SE but can switch to an MFi controller and play Morphite on my tv (w/ the HDMI cable). Thank you to Crecent Moon Games for releasing Morphite! It is well with the money and it’s a better time killer than the millions of junky games plaguing the AppStore nowadays!

Ambitious. But bad decisions bring it down.


This game is definitely a grower. At first I was unimpressed. But it gradually opens up and you start to realize the awesomeness of it. Yes, it's an open world space sim. Yes, you can go anywhere. Yes, it's a lot like No Man's Sky. The problem is that for all of its breadth and ambition, no single part of this game is actually great. The music is annoying and doesn't fit. The graphics are just too non descript to make exploration interesting. The storyline is too infantile to keep one interested. The combat isn't fun. The space dogfighting is too simplistic. The mercantile aspects aren't really there. The space stations are too samey, and have silly, fairground games (why not gambling or something more adult?) I could go on and on... But IMHO the game had the right amount of ambition and the wrong creative director. It could have been great. Let's hope the sequel adds procedural textures, a cinematic soundtrack, non-childish characters, a real mercantile system, and a real combat system.


Crescent Moon Games LLC
807.7 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
Age Rating
Rated 12+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
© 2017 Crescent Moon Games


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