Fallout Shelter

Fallout Shelter

By Bethesda

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2015-06-15
  • Current Version: 1.13.12
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 1.09 GB
  • Developer: Bethesda
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 355,579 Ratings

Description

*** App Store Best of 2015 *** Mobile Game of the Year - 2016 DICE Awards Winner 2015 Golden Joystick Best Handheld/Mobile Game "Might just be the best free-to-play game out there" - GamesBeat “Bethesda's first entry into iOS gaming is awesome. Game of the Week" - TouchArcade "Probably the best game of E3 2015” – Gizmodo "Fallout Shelter is simple to play and addictive as hell." - GameZone Fallout Shelter puts you in control of a state-of-the-art underground Vault from Vault-Tec. Build the perfect Vault, keep your Dwellers happy, and protect them from the dangers of the Wasteland. *** Fallout Shelter requires at least an iPhone 5, iPad 3, or iPad mini 2. *** BUILD THE PERFECT VAULT Create a brighter future…underground! Select from a variety of modern-day rooms to turn an excavation beneath 2,000 feet of bedrock into the very picture of Vault Life. OVERSEE A THRIVING COMMUNITY Get to know your Dwellers and lead them to happiness. Find their ideal jobs and watch them flourish. Provide them with outfits, weapons, and training to improve their abilities. CUSTOMIZE Turn worthless junk into useful items with Crafting! Customize the look of any dweller in the Barbershop. PROSPER A well-run Vault requires a variety of Dwellers with a mix of skills. Build a Radio Room to attract new Dwellers. Or, take an active role in their personal lives; play matchmaker and watch the sparks fly! EXPLORE THE WASTELAND Send Dwellers above ground to explore the blasted surface left behind and seek adventure, handy survival loot, or unspeakable death. Find new armor and weapons, gain experience, and earn Caps. But don’t let them die! PROTECT YOUR VAULT From time to time, idyllic Vault life may be disrupted by the dangers of post-nuclear life. Prepare your Dwellers to protect against threats from the outside…and within. Vault-Tec has provided the tools, but the rest is up to you. What are you waiting for? Get started building your Vault today for FREE. Requires iOS7 or later. Compatible with iPhone 5 or later, iPad Mini 2 or later, iPad 3 or later. This app is optimized for iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and iPad Air 2. This app offers in-app purchases. Please note that you may disable in-app purchasing directly from your device. For more information, visit http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4213.

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Reviews

  • Remove deathclaws

    3
    By Pizza man 1442432
    Great game until a deathclaw attack happens, and your ENTIRE VAULT DIES
  • I’ve been a long time player

    5
    By ❤️Swagster❤️
    Fallout shelter MUST add multiplayer! If they did this.. I promise you everyone would be running back to this app wanting more
  • It’s flawed

    3
    By miami1237
    So I have 27 dwellers currently and only about five of them don’t have a gun, they’re all about lv 15-20 and the reason I’m rating this game so low is because the RadRoaches are doing waaaay too much damage and have health waaaay too high, I get an attack by them every hour and this most recent attack took out 14 of my dwellers and it costs over 300 caps to revive them so please fix the RadRoach over powered-ness
  • Online feature

    4
    By NekoEsmahh
    It needs a feature where we can visit our friend’s shelter and interact with their shelter. Probably damage or help out with their stuff. Exchanging dwellers too!
  • Good game

    5
    By Solomiya first
    This game is very good and my birthday the next week
  • Serious Game Changer

    5
    By D-Old Youngster
    When Fallout Shelter first dropped on the App Store, I downloaded it right away with palpable enthusiasm. The Fallout series has always been a dear nostalgic masterpiece in my heart, from Fallout 1 to (the admittedly disappointing) Fallout 4. At first, FS was bland and shallow. There wasn't much to do, not much to build, and getting your vault up and running without causing the inevitable deaths of all your dwellers was not easy. So, like many, I deleted FS and completely disregarded its existence. Flash forward to E3 2018. Bethesda officially announces the development of Fallout 76 based in West Virginia, my home state! The sound of Country Roads lulling me into a sweet bed of excitement and impatience for what looks to be the next best thing for Fallout lovers across the globe. Todd Howard kicks us in the soul with wholesome promises of outlandish post-nuclear adventures with our friends, battling all new sorts of formidable monsters in a familiar place, my home. Then, in the winding down conclusion of our symphonic wonder, a familiar name slips from the stage. Fallout Shelter. An old spark relights a fire of curiosity and excitement that Was felt many moons ago. Prompting a quick adventure through the App Store and the download of my old foe, FS. And needless to say, disappointment was struck from my mind altogether. Review: Fallout Shelter, in my opinion, sets the standard for mobile base-building games across the board. Many games you'll find in the App Store that even remotely resemble FS are constantly littered with cancerous advertisements, grind worthy construction, and wait times that could revival The Last Guardian. FS is not what I might call "easy, as it is difficult to find the perfect balance for resources and dweller requirements. There are no "build times" for your rooms so you get instant satisfaction seeing your vault grow larger and more complex. The only things you'll find yourself waiting on is wasteland explorations and caps early on. As you slowly amass your Vault family, you begin taking pride in them, Naming each individual dweller, remembering their names, and where they fit in to your carefully balanced underground society. Once you build The Overseers room, the wheels really start turning and your hours of play up to this point are VERY well rewarded. Quests offering varieties of rare and expensive junks as well as thousands of caps, your vault will start expanding faster than ever before. New and innovative rooms allow you the opportunity to grow your beloved vault dwellers to better fit their comfy places in your underground palace. Every single hour spent will build something you can take pride in, and something you know you've worked hard to achieve. I have not yet reached the end of my journey in Vault 973, but it's a vault that I will remember fondly as my friends and I embark into the barren wasteland of Fallout 76.
  • Rar

    5
    By Grx7777
    Prettygod
  • Fallout fan

    5
    By try agajb
    Yea I just really love fallout but I can’t always play my Xbox everywhere I go so it’s nice to take a piece of it with me . I hope Bethesda makes fallout games for the switch tho
  • Fun but simple

    5
    By powerdemon
    Gets more and more laggy as you add followers. This game is so fun and addictive to play every day or two sometimes every weekday
  • Great Game, Some Irritating Issues However

    4
    By Some Random Fallout Fanboy
    This game was well-developed in each stage. The tutorial was great, the functions of each different room worked well, and the overall design was new. This game is a must-try, if not a must-have. However, like any good game, it has issues. First and foremost: vault editing. This is the biggest issue I have yet to come by. Most players want to rearrange rooms they may have previously built early-game. This means a player will need to spend unnecessary time and money just to make the vault appealing. Adding a simple feature that allows the option to rearrange things would be great. For a reference to what I mean, look at other games that have base-building aspects put in place: Clash of Clans, Bloons Monkey City, Castle Clash, Dragon City, Monster Legends, and Dragonvale. Each has simple base-building mechanics in place to help with this goal of easy rearrangement in mind. Next: Fighting in quests and defending your Vault. This is a big pet peeve of mine personally. So you have quests where you fight enemies that allows you to get perfect shots to do 3x damage. But then in your vault, this option disappears. Also, when fighting, each enemy does damage to everyone in a room at once. Radiation damage, fine; but physical damage, really? Just make it so each monster has A.I so it attacks one dweller each, then moves on to kill the next. Same with dwellers; make it so the dwellers operate like the ones in a quest, where each enemy has a hp bar, and each shot by a dweller does damage. Dwellers and exploration of the wasteland. I’m referring particularly to one piece of dialogue found in a dweller’s log whilst adventuring. This has to do with a fugitive slave. Your dweller helps them, but then the slave just disappears. Why can’t we bring him back to the vault? And, since we are on the topic, why do dwellers just stop coming later in the game? At 20 vault dwellers, it takes hours to get another dweller with using a radio station or reproduction of dwellers. Don’t tell me that only 20 people live in a mile-radius. If this isn’t changed, then at least add a factor where a wandering person can be found by your dweller and taken back to the vault. And finally, the biggest lore-friendly piece that should be fixed, is you creating a vault AFTER the bombs fell. So why do you create a vault after the war? Was it like Vault 88 where a construction crew died whilst creating it? Or is it that you are some random person that wants to help people? It doesn’t make sense, especially without a backstory. An explanation as to why there is no social experiments that could be done should also be mentioned. Considering the whole point of Vault-Tec was to run experiments on groups of people, there should be an actual explanation as to why no social experiments can be done. Adding options to do these experiments would be fun. Each experiment could have catastrophic consequences, others having benefits to the vault. It would spice up the gameplay to create a masterpiece. Overall, Fallout Shelter is a fun game that is totally new to the Fallout franchise that incorporates fun game mechanics, and interesting dynamics to create a fun world where you create a life underground that is self-sustainable. Thank you for reading my opinions on this game, and I hope you too see the true potential in this game.

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