Epic battles of tiny proportions!
Tiny Armies is a fast-paced game of conquest. Simply swipe your units to conquer the enemy and strategize as you encounter lakes, mountains, and forests along the way.
Play solo, battle your friends face-to-face, or jump into iMessage to battle across the world.
Quick bursts of gameplay with a striking presentation, designed for iPhone, Apple Watch, and iMessage.
- Reviews -
"Tiny Armies is a fast, lightweight, easy-to-play, game of conquest. This one's worth buying on your iOS device." - Pocket Tactics
"Tiny Armies should be standard issue for all Apple Watch owners. It places an effortless punch right on the button that delivers a knockout." - The Zarf
"This is the type of game you'd expect to play on a watch. Once you start playing - oh my gosh - it's like wait, they're attacking me! I'm not just swiping. It's not passive. These guys are moving trying to eliminate me. It's actually quite fun." - Apple WatchCast
"One level of Tiny Armies takes a mere minute which makes it perfect for short play sessions. The game is fun and fairly challenging, you’ll need some good tactics to play a couple moves ahead and take down Red." - 5 Minute Games
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Ratings and Reviews
Potential but not there yet
The concept for the game is alright and it is true that it’s easy to pick up and play but there’s a few flaws that I think outweigh the positives.
The gameplay involves swiping to move your pieces in an attempt to “capture” enemy pieces.
As others have mentioned the levels are random each time. Even when you restart a level you get a new random level so there isn’t really an opportunity to learn how to “beat” a particular puzzle. It’s a big stretch to call this a “puzzle” game because of that.
The AI is also laughable sometimes - clearly making bad moves that allow you to win when there would be better options.
Also for some reason when you get to the second “stage” or whatever you call it they introduce a “fog of war” mechanic where you literally can’t see any part of the board and you’re forced to just make random moves and hope that it works out. I’m not sure how that can be classified as strategy.
Please Add My Idea
You should do something where you can customize the map your self you know
This game is fun and the only problem but at the same time isn’t one is when your kinda forced to do the same move over and over when the AI or when me and my friends play
That’s why I want to be able to customize the playing field myself thanks for listening
Game can be fun
This game is great to help pass the time. Entertaining and addictive. Only issue is when you go back and forth for over 20 rounds because the game repeats the same move and if you change you hit a trap. Would like to see a limit on how often you can repeat the same move over and over and over and over and over and over.... get the point?
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.