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"If you've not already played this brilliant, heart-wrenching game, then mobile is as good a place as any to let it completely destroy you." - , 9/10, Pocket Gamer UK "This War of Mine isn’t exactly “fun,” but it’s definitely a game worth playing." , 9/10, 148apps "I'm really excited to go home and download 11 bit studios' title on my iPad" , Game Informer In This War Of Mine you do not play as an elite soldier, rather a group of civilians trying to survive in a besieged city; struggling with lack of food, medicine and constant danger from snipers and hostile scavengers. The game provides an experience of war seen from an entirely new angle. The pace of This War of Mine is imposed by the day and night cycle. During the day snipers outside stop you from leaving your refuge, so you need to focus on maintaining your hideout: crafting, trading and taking care of your survivors. At night, take one of your civilians on a mission to scavenge through a set of unique locations for items that will help you stay alive. Make life-and-death decisions driven by your conscience. Try to protect everybody from your shelter or sacrifice some of them for longer-term survival. During war, there are no good or bad decisions; there is only survival. The sooner you realize that, the better. This War of Mine: Anniversary Edition It's been two years since This War of Mine global release and we're still expanding the experience. This new free DLC, created especially for the Anniversary Edition, adds new characters, new locations to explore, and most importantly - a whole new ending, leading to a different outcome to the game. The dilemma though remains the same – how far will you go, to protect the ones you care about? Key Features: • Inspired by real-life events • Control your survivors and manage your shelter • Craft weapons, alcohol, beds or stoves – anything that helps you survive • Make decisions - an often unforgiving and emotionally difficult experience • Randomized world and characters every time you start a new game • Charcoal-stylized aesthetics to complement the game's theme This War of Mine experience is now broadened with "The Little Ones" expansion. "The Little Ones" explores the hardships of wartime survival as seen from an entirely new perspective―that of a child. This DLC puts you in charge of a group of adults and children stuck in a besieged city, struggling with basic necessities. TWoM: The Little Ones focuses not only on the reality of enduring war, but also on how even in times of conflict, kids are still kids: they laugh, cry, play, and see the world differently. In addition to thinking about survival, you'll have to summon your inner child to understand how to protect the little ones. Their youth, and their future, are in your hands. • Experience the biggest expansion to This War of Mine • Protect innocent children • Craft toys, play with kids, and be the caretaker they need • Meet new adult civilians in scenarios with children PLEASE NOTE: This game is optimized for latest devices. While playing on older devices such as iPhone 4s or iPad 2 you might experience lower frame rates.
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I played this game on console and picked it up on iPhone 8 just to see how the touch controls would go. And it’s great. Fits this game like a glove. I’ve played through almost every scenario and picked up the DLC to add the Little Ones’ challenge to things. My issue is actually with the most recent This War of Mine update. I’ve had little crashes and things from time to time before (no big deal as I still love the game), but since the update about a week ago, the glitches are frequent. When I tap a character, it doesn’t center on them but rather slightly above so they’re usually hidden by the character panel. The sound effects are muted too. No more clock ticking timer when the day/night is ending or sounds when characters are attacking/digging/building/eating. Haven’t tried to see if the sniper fire sound is gone too. This occurs even when I start a new TWoM scenario, random or otherwise. I’ve also had characters get stuck after coming home at night, just standing by the door in silence for half the day before they remember the last action I gave them (GO TO BED). I really like the game and keep coming back to it. Y’all made something really special with TWoM that scratches all the right itches and makes each victory satisfying. Loved Moonlighter too. Can’t wait to see what y’all come out with next.
This is the first game that gave me uncontrollable happiness and in the next five minute crippling depression. This is by far my favorite game but of course there are a few dislikable features. Every now and then one of my survivors will decide that they would rather teleport just to eat a chicken leg from the fridge, and every-time I give one of my depressed survivors a pep talk while they are sleeping they slowwwwwly get out of bed then INSTANTLY fly back into the bed in a way I can only describe as supernatural! Although I understand it adds a sense of helplessness I was really hoping you could add a somewhat limited speech while scavenging especially when at the elderly couple’s house when the man is asking you all those questions and you just stand there staring at him. I know it would be hard but I was wondering if you could use more diverse perspectives like maybe a soldier, rebel, or even a doctor working in the hospital. I would recommend adding companions like dogs for increasing happiness and for scavenging. And last be most certainly not least the constant language is quite disturbing . I don’t know why you think people cussing non-stop is enjoyable along with the sprayed F word occasionally placed on walls and in the menu. Especially for me it does not add anything so I suggest you just take out all bad words. Thanks!
I’ve been on a IOS game hunt lately, buying anything that remotely interests me, and I came across this. Never heard of it, but thought it looked interesting for a quick play. Price almost threw me off but I figured for that much it has to be a good game. I was not disappointed in the least. It took me away from every other game I was absorbed in, Monster Hunter, Final Fantasy Tactics, Morphite, all of those games got quickly thrown to the back burner and I got sucked into this. It’s really good, intense at times, you actually feel like your actions make a difference, and if you don’t plan ahead, it could cost you. It makes the experience really immersive which is hard to find in an IOS game. I have very few issues now and again, but nothing that made me hate the game in the slightest. A few crashes here and there, but that’s it. I see a lot of reviews where people complain about certain things and giving it low stars, don’t read too deeply into those. Most of he complaints come from them not understand some of the game mechanics, and expect their hand to be held. This game won’t do that, you have to teach yourself how to survive, just like you would in real life. You adapt and overcome. If your even slightly thinking of trying this game out, go for it, it’s worth every penny. Enjoy
I absolutely love this game. It’s one of the only games on my device that I haven’t left alone for awhile. My only problem is that there are tiny little bugs still roaming around. For instance, in places like St. Mary’s Church or the Hotel, stealing from bandits will cause a morale penalty. I just ask that these minor bugs be fixed. Also, I hope that one day custom scenarios will be added onto mobile. I know that Emilia and Anton, and Cveta if there are no children, basically have barely any useful traits. Yeah, Anton sets traps faster, Cveta can get more help from neighbors and is great for consoling other survivors, Emilia is one of THE MOST unsympathetic and ruthless people out there, so she can steal and kill with literally no effect on her morale state once so ever. But I feel like perhaps a little more advantages could be added to these three characters. Anton could also get more food from traps and has a slight speed boost, Cveta is already pretty fast and consoling, especially with children, so maybe raise her inventory size to 10, and Emilia could maybe have the ability to give people logical reasons to adjust their morale compass and reasoning bad actions so their morale doesn’t drop that low. And, I know. It’s war, and not everyone is going to be useful. Just please, devs, at least read my suggestions about Anton, Cveta, and Emilia.
After reading a few reviews you may feel this is the greatest experience you have yet to witness on mobile.... I didn’t see that and I definitely wanted to but it just felt like a really high-quality but basic survival game. Matrix rules, the things you need to survive are not all based in actual reality but in the reality of the game and therefore and like many other games you find yourself mastering the game not the situation the game is trying to present or put you in. Case in point you need more than you would actually need to start a fire and say cook a hotdog. Like other survival games the materials you need to do basic task are ridiculous but I’m not hating that that’s basically level design. These heartbreaking moments your said to face well maybe I didn’t play long enough because they were far few and almost nonexistent. I do remember having to steal from a family who clearly had children and feeling conflicted about it but the rest of the game is so tedious and boring I quickly forgot about it. I like that games try to tackle real world issues but let’s not forget they are still games and if they’re not fun I don’t care what else they do well. Just my opinion though
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This War of Mine is ranking in Games & Simulation & Adventure
Last update was at Jul 31, 2021and the current version is 1.6.6.
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