Tactical gameplay, card collection, and gorgeous 2D and 3D art combine in Stormbound: Kingdom Wars!
Immerse yourself in the rich world of Stormbound, as four kingdoms struggle for dominance. Construct a deck of unique and powerful cards and then dive into real-time battles against other players.
Novel gameplay combines your favorite aspects of collectible card games with the tactical strategy of board games. Play cards from your hand to the game board and then watch your units march on the enemy base.
*Tactical gameplay that rewards the most clever strategists
*Real-time PVP battles against players all around the globe
*Dozens of powerful cards to collect and upgrade!
*Incredible 2D and 3D art immerses you in the world of Stormbound
*Four distinct kingdoms with unique advantages and playstyles
Please Note: Stormbound: Kingdom Wars is a free-to-play game, but some extra game items can be purchased for real money. You can disable in-app purchases in your device's settings.
- Addressed several issues when playing a match during season reset
- Improved animation speeds for combat when turn starts
- Fixed a freeze when playing cards that have on death effects
- Fixed cards getting stuck sometimes when recycling them
- Brood Sages now have a proper effect visual
- Various other bug fixes across the board
Ratings and Reviews
Challenging, but still fun
Stormbound is a very well-made game that mixes board game and deck-building strategies to create a balanced and exciting online strategy game. A wide selection of cards enables a player to build a deck based upon their personal playing styles, and the limit on how many cards can be in you deck forces you to choose wisely.
No system is perfect, however. Slight problems in the balancing of the game do exist. Some people complain that the marching system is unfair and that some people use “money decks” to cheat their way to the top. I personally think that Ironclad and Dragon decks need to be a little less powerful. However, the developers are very good about dealing with these issues. “Money decks” are hard to assemble, because nearly all card acquisition is randomized. Frequent card-balancing patches are made. Players are divided into ranks depending on their standings in pvp, so you aren’t likely to face many people that are out of your league (when you do, it’s probably just because someone didn’t play for a long time and hasn’t recovered from the rank reset yet).
There are going to be games you lose horribly, but that’s no reason to quit or decide not to download this game. If you lose all the time, revise your deck. Despite what other reviews will tell you, I have found that a well put together deck and a good strategy can win even the toughest of battles.
This is a simplistic but yet deep, thrilling, and beautiful game. It’s easy to pickup and understand, with a starting deck for you so you don’t feel overwhelmed from the beginning. This game has a culmination of very unique cards from each of the 4 different factions, as well as the neutral faction. You’re allowed to make a deck with neutral cards, and from one specific faction. I love this because it helps to balance out each faction so you can’t have too many great cards. And ugh the art in this game is outstanding! Beautifully designed cards and animations for every unit, and sounds effects. Also different faction stages that have their own sound effects! At times there may seem to be different cards that may be a little over/under powered, but with more playing time you learn and master how to use certain cards and decks which make this game all the better. A couple things that I would like added into this game bluntly would be tournaments that you can set and bid different in game currencies, guilds/clans possibly to help you get some friends and just simply talk about Stormbound, and more ways to earn in game currency. Overall, I highly recommend this game as it is very fun and you can play with friends, and it is constantly being updated with balances and additions to keep the game fresh and fun!
Very fun game, but...
This is a very fun game, quite a bit of variety, very interesting and fun. You can build your own deck with your choice units and the cards usually have abilities that can turn the tide of the battle. However, this game is not balanced. I do realize that at least 1/3 of this game is about luck, luck of what cards you get and luck of the draw while fighting but most games don't make you worry about luck of the player pool. "What do I mean" you may ask. What I mean is this: picture the game as a large pool with all the players swimming in it. Low level players at the shallow end and high level players in the deep end. Most games, you stay in the pool and stick to your area, slowly working up and progressing to differently skilled players. This game however rips you out of the water, carries you a mile up then throws you back into the pool, not caring where you land. What I am trying to say is, I am a beginner, and I can not personally say I have had much luck with cards. I keep running into high level people with 12 health bases compared to my 10 health base(yes, that is quite a difference) with at least a potion of strength that, compared to my add 5 strength adds 8. So, in conclusion, it is a very fun game but improperly balanced. I do recommend you get it because it is free and if anything, play with your friends, just stay with it until the problem is fixed, it is a really fun game which I believe is worth the wait.
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- 383.6 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2017 Paladin Studios
- In-App Purchases
- Bunch of Rubies $9.99
- Handful of Rubies $4.99
- Heap of Rubies $19.99
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