Recommended games in Strategy

Dead Age

Permadeath turn-based strategy game Dead Age launched

Headup Games has released Dead Age, a lightweight zombie RPG for mobile. And who doesn’t love fighting zombies? It’s a lightweight RPG, but has all of the good stuff without getting too bogged down. If you are a fan the the genre, give it a shot.

Posted June 9, 2017 by


Strategy, Turn Based, Zombies

Universal Rating: 17+

Dead Age is a game from Headup Games GmbH & Co KG, originally released 7th June, 2017 for iOS


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Mini Metro

Mini Metro - Who thought planning a public transit system could be so fun?

Mini Metro is a minimalist graphic game about planning a public transit system. Seems simple, but there’s loads of strategy involved when there are limited resources, unknown population growth, and city topology to deal with. This game has been out for a while, but it’s on sale again for $0.99 and recently got a good sized update. We missed it the first time as we were hibernating. But it’s well worth picking up for fans of strategy and good times.

Posted June 3, 2017 by


Action, City Builder, Strategy

Universal Rating: 4+

Mini Metro is a game from Dinosaur Polo Club, originally released 25th December, 2015 for iOS


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Beholder

Beholder - a creepy game about choices and consequences

Beholder is a dark game. And it can be really dark. It’s a game about surveillance, choices, and consequences. In the (possibly not so) distant future surveillance is the norm and the player is a state-appointed monitor of that information. The player is the manager of an apartment building who has been assigned by the state to monitor the residents. The choices made in the game have direct impact on the tenants of the building, if the info is reported. And that’s the main choice in the game. We done, compelling, and voyeuristic and sadistic fun.

Posted May 19, 2017 by


Adventure, Horror, Point and Click, Simulation, Strategy

Universal Rating: 12+

Beholder is a game from Creative Mobile, originally released 17th May, 2017 for Android, iOS


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CATS: Crash Arena Turbo Stars

C.A.T.S.: Crash Arena Turbo Stars -- equal parts Battlebots and cat fight

Not that kind of cat fight. In this cartoon game the player creates an almost Rube Goldberg-esque fighting robot and battles other players creations. In a sort of jousting fashion, each player pushes to destroy the other players robot. This is an interesting departure for Zeptolab, the makers of the Cut The Rope franchise. A foray into the multiplayer world with a quirky, but fun game.

Posted April 20, 2017 by


Action, Player vs Player, Role Playing, Strategy

Offers in-app purchases ($0.99 - $19.99) Universal Rating: 4+

CATS: Crash Arena Turbo Stars is a game from ZeptoLab UK Limited, originally released 19th April, 2017 for Android, iOS


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Aftershock - Tactical Card Combat

Aftershock brings quick play to card battlers

Aftershock is the new title from Wonderspark that came out of the development of Give Me Fuel (soft launched last year). I’ve been watching the development for just about a year and it’s come a long way. The goal was to come up with a tactical / strategy game that could be played on mobile and in short play times. In this version a single player adventure mode has been added that, in a nice twist, uses location data and fitness records to tailor the characters abilities.

If you like strategy games, but hate the long playtimes, give this a shot.

Posted March 16, 2017 by


Card Battler, Collectible Card Game, Fighter, Strategy, Turn Based

Aftershock - Tactical Card Combat is a game from , originally released 31st December, 1969 for iOS


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Kingdom: New Lands

Kingdom: New Lands out on mobile, finally

Of all games I’ve played over the past year or more, I’ve played Kingdom and the New Lands expansion the most. I can best describe Kingdom as a one dimensional simulation game. The only way to move on the island is left/right while riding your mount. Along the way recruit troops, build an encampment and walls, defend your encampment, and try to get off the island. Remarkably simple, yet I have over 200 hours into the game, it’s very sticky and repeatable.

I’ve been beta testing the mobile version for a few months now and have come to love it more than the desktop version. I’m not 100% sure I agree with the way progress is saved on mobile (only at the dawn of a new day), but it’s has worked out well to save me a couple times. Well worth the download to see what a sim game can really be on mobile.

Posted March 9, 2017 by


Adventure, City Builder, Real Time Strategy, Simulation, Strategy

Universal Rating: 9+

Kingdom: New Lands is a game from Raw Fury, originally released 9th March, 2017 for Apple TV, iOS, Shield TV


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The Escapists

Escape prison in this open world simulation

The Escapists was a popular PC game that is now out on iOS. In this open world game with more than a little bit of a humor slant, the goal is to escape increasingly difficult prisons. Starting out in a cushy minimum security prison, gather items, craft and trade them to build what’s needed to escape. Each prison presents unique obstacles and there are multiple ways to escape each one. A very repeatable and fun game that works well on mobile. What took so long?

Posted March 7, 2017 by


Open World, Simulation, Strategy

Universal Rating: 9+

The Escapists is a game from Team17 Software Ltd, originally released 2nd March, 2017 for iOS


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Star Wars: Commander - Worlds in Conflict

Star Wars: The Force Awakens comes to Star Wars: Commander

Star Wars: Commander is arguably the best Star Wars game for mobile right now. Yet it seems to be the least appreciated of the three main ones. The other two big ones are just plain boring repetitive gatcha games. While it can be said that Star Wars: Commander takes a lot of inspiration from Clash of Clans, that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

If you haven’t given Star Wars: Commander a try yet, now’s a good time to hop in with the new Force Awakens content added including two new characters and a new planet.

Posted December 3, 2015 by


Adventure, Player vs Player, Strategy

Universal Rating: 9+

Star Wars: Commander - Worlds in Conflict is a game from Disney, originally released 20th August, 2014 for Android, iOS


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