Days of Prophecy

Days of Prophecy

By Appsolute Games LLC

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2019-05-01
  • Current Version: 1.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 1.63 GB
  • Developer: Appsolute Games LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 334 Ratings

Description

Any fan of Tactics RPGs will love Days of Prophecy! And even if you don’t like Tactics RPGs, you still might like Days of Prophecy! Struggle through deep strategic battles. Kill orcs next to the beautiful scenery. Meet a rich cast of characters and try not to get them killed. Come experience a grand adventure in a world of magic and explosions and fantasy! Play though all 50 levels of tactical turn-based combat. Each level features its own unique challenges and story. Can you master them all? Probably not. But don’t let that stop you! Explore a vibrant fantasy world spanning a delightful range of settings! Climb the craggy mountain tops! Fall down the craggy mountain tops! Take to the high seas and get stabbed by friendly pirates! Become hopelessly lost in an enchanted forest! There’s nowhere your journey won’t take you!* Find magic runestones to power up your characters! Will you choose extra Strength or bonus Armor? Or maybe even give them new abilities! How can stones give you new abilities? We don’t know, stop asking questions! The first two chapters are free to play! Features: - 50 levels of tactical turn-based combat - Assemble a team of wizards and warriors to battle the armies of the Orcs - One purchase unlocks 20+ hours of playable content and removes all ads - Available to play on iPhone and iPad *There’s nowhere your journey won’t take you, as long as you go there while playing Days of Prophecy.

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Reviews

  • Fire Emblem Lite

    5
    By ErikSPdx
    Well done SRPG, rules are clearly explained & controls are intuitive. And risk free, since you can play 2 chapters before buying unlock. If you enjoy this genre, be sure to check it out!
  • Loved it

    5
    By Mozz411
    I loved this game. I was sad to see there was no new game + mode after finishing
  • Plagued by ads

    1
    By Skinmann01
    This game is really good except for having to watch an ad after you do everything. Spending my free time watching commercials is not fun. Game really could be great.
  • Excellent Game!

    5
    By Jkluk23
    To anyone complaining about the ads, just pay 4.99 and enjoy a very light, but fun tactical game! The writing is excellent so far, and I actually want to see how it will all play out...
  • Ignore whining negative reviews

    5
    By Chi50
    This is a great game. It is fun, funny and well-balanced. Many hours of playtime, and clever plot twists. The negative reviews are because of the ads. Hey, pay $5 and you own the game. No ads. There are no in-app purchases beyond that. You get 2 chapters up front for “free”, in exchange for ads. After that, pay the $5 bucks and the rest of the game (10 chapters) is included. I despise games that are pay-as-you-play. This is definitely not one of them. You get what you pay for, and this game is worth it. Nothing fun to play is free. You can pay with your time (watching ads) or pay with money. And at $5, this game is a bargain.
  • Not as bad as the whiners say

    5
    By KoGa_Inuzuka
    Days of Prophecy is a silly tactical game that’s well worth the price of 5$. The ads aren’t nearly as frequent or bothersome as some are saying, it was one after every battle until you paid for the game. Then there’s the people complaining about the “pay wall”, it’s 5$ not 60$. For what it is the price tag is reasonable.
  • Days of prophecy

    1
    By Valk62
    Loved everything about the game until it crashed repeatedly at chapter 7. Waste of $3:00 on a game I can’t finish.
  • Ad after each mission.

    2
    By nonameavaliable
    Tired of it.
  • Ads

    1
    By words4thoughts
    Who plays a 30 second Ad right after playing a 1 minute tutorial?
  • Best game but why

    4
    By Batmanjacob
    Why is there a paywall sure u guys need money BUT A PAYWALL ON THE REST GAME OF THE GAME that’s a big no no

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