There's no shortage of Warhammer 40K games on the App Store, but not many of them deviate from the strategy genre. Pixel Toys seems to want to address this with Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade, where you play as an Imperial Knight (i.e. a giant chainsaw-armed mech). Works for me!
HeroCraft has added the new PvP Arena mode to Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf. Now you'll be able togo up against wolves around the world in intense 3-v-3 battles. As you battle the stages will get harder, but you'll get amazing rewards and climb the leaderboards.
Turbo Tape Games has announced that they're joining forces with Games Workshop to bring the turn-based strategy board game, Warhammer: Arcane Magic, to life on the iOS.
The game lets you play as wizards such asTeclis, Balthasar Gelt, and Wurrzag, pitted against monsters and opponents from the Warhammer universe during the magical storms of the Old World and the Chaos Wastelands. If you prefer to play by yourself, Warhammer: Arcane Magic features a single-player campaign with a deep storyline and a ton to explore.
We don't have an official release date for Warhammer: Arcane Magicyet, butTurbo Tape Games says it's coming soon.
Warhammer: Snotling Fling, by Games Workshop and Wicked Witch Software, catapults you into the role of the infamous Orc Warboss, Gorbad Ironclaw as he wages Waaagh! against The Empire and the Amber Wizard Ostergrim. You're armed with the goblin war machine and must crush the human's fortifications with live ammunition: snotlings. Although you can also crush your foes with spells and the terrible Foot of Gork. As you play, you can collect Teef that are used to fuel your spells.
Daniel Visser, Managing Director of Wicked Witch Software, stated, “It’s incredibly exciting to be working with Games Workshop on a Warhammer license. Many Wicked Witchers, including the games Producer Krister Monsvik, and Lead Programmer, Stephen Anderson are huge Warhammer fans, and we’re confident that this shines through in the game.”
You can download Warhammer: Snotling Fling for $3.99 on the App Store.
HeroCraft has announced that Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf, a turn-based strategy set in the Warhammer 40k Universe, will launch on iOS later this week.
The game is set to feature a single player campaign against Word Bearers and other enemies of the Space Wolves, with different heroes available to select for different play styles. Players will be able to unlock perks for each class and companions, two of which can be taken into each battle. The game also features a collectible card game element, with victories unlocking bonuses, tactics cards, and new weapons.
Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf will make its way to the App Store on Tuesday, October 28, and will be free to download.
Do you like Warhammer? Are you looking forward to, or even just curious about, the upcoming Space Wolf mobile game from Herocraft? Then you should head on over to AppSpy because they're going to be giving away codes for both the game itself and free booster packs as they stream everything on Twitch in a couple of hours. Or, you know, you could hang out here and watch the stream down below. That works, too.
The fun will start at 9am PDT, 12pm EST, 5pm BST. Watch, have fun, maybe get a free prerelease game out of it. What's not to like?
Roadhouse Interactive has released the new Space Wolves update for Warhammer 40,000: Carnage. In this new update, you can play as the Lone Space Wolf as he brings down vengeance for his fallen brothers armed with the new Power Axe and the Hunter Killer Servitor Support Drone.
The new Support Drones feature (which is available for all characters) lets players equip one of the 100 available Drone to aid them in battle. The drones come in 4 varieties: Melee, Ranged, Blocking, and Healing.
The update has also raised the level cap to 50, so get out there and cause some havoc with the new Space Wolves update.
You can download Warhammer 40,000: Carnage for $6.99 on the App Store.
Coming soon to iOS will be an all-new Warhammer 40,000 tactical strategy game by the name of The Horus Heresy: Drop Assault.
The first ever game to be set in the Horus Heresy, The Horus Heresy: Drop Assault will be a fast-paced strategy game in which players choose to be either a Traitor or Loyalist as they challenge their rivals around the world. The game promises there will be plenty of base building, which probably means it will be a Clash of Clans kind of game.
While a release date hasn't been announced yet, we do have a teaser trailer to suitably, well, tease you about it. As soon as we know more about The Horus Heresy: Drop Assault, we'll let you know.
A while back Rodeo Games released Warhammer Quest, and it was good. Quite good, in fact. It garnered a fair amount of praise even before releasing new campaign DLC. And now it's been chosen as Apple's App of the Week.
So basically Rodeo's critically acclaimed and (arguably) best tactical RPG to date is currently free. Totally and completely free. You'll still have to cough up a few bucks for the extra content of course, but I mean come on. FreeWarhammer Quest. Download it!
In upcoming game Warhammer 40,000: Carnage from Roadhouse Interactive, you play a lone Space Marine who has to battle tons of enemies with countless weapons while traveling through the game's dark fantasy worlds. Sound awesome? The game's "exceptionally rich" universe immerses you in action as you build alliances with friends but also fight battles with the game's terrifying evil creatures.
The game features over 50 levels, the ability to build countless in-game items through an intricate crafting system, the ability to upgrade your weapons, a leaderboard for competing with other players worldwide, and highly accessible controls.
You can expect Warhammer 40,000: Carnage to launch in the App Store sometime in May.