From the creator of X-COM, Chaos Reborn has arrived on your mobile device with Chaos Reborn: Adventures!

Defeat magical wizards in tactical turn-based combat in this spellcasting strategy RPG! Chaos Reborn: Adventures combines RPG-style turn-based combat with the tactical positioning of chess and the bluff of poker to create an entirely unique strategy game. Customize your wizard with 100s of gear items, spells, and mythical creatures to secure victory!

Battle your friends in a head-to-head competitive multiplayer mode, or try your hand at a robust single-player narrative campaign as you discover a complex tale of warring wizard factions, mystical realms, and supernatural forces. The choice is yours!

• Tactical turn-based combat
• Competitive multiplayer
• Challenging single-player campaign
• Gorgeous 3D graphics
• Deep and enthralling lore


“Chaos Reborn is quite simply the best strategy game on PC this year.” — Kotaku
“Chaos Reborn is already a brilliant update of an absolute classic.” — Eurogamer

What’s New

Version 1.0.1

Celebrate the launch of Chaos Reborn on your mobile device with Chaos Reborn: Adventures!

• Tactical turn-based combat
• Competitive multiplayer
• Challenging single-player campaign
• Gorgeous 3D graphics
• Deep and enthralling lore

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
71 Ratings

71 Ratings

Johnny Germs ,

Pretty awesome

Ok so first things first, this game is hard. Really hard. It’s got a learning curve about as steep as Everest. But it’s good! After much trial and error, I’ve got the hang of it pretty well now, and even now the game is super challenging. It can be very frustrating getting beaten by the computer, but in a good way. I love a challenge and this is definitely that. The cards you get and strategizing what to play and when to bluff, it’s all very fun.

The reason I gave 4 out of 5 is mostly aesthetic. I would have loved to see variability within the types of staffs and armor. There are 3 types of armor catering to different play styles, but within those, all armies of their type look identical. The same goes for the staffs. While this isn’t a huge deal, more customization would have been neat. Also more armor types would be cool as well.

Over all, I have to say this game is really good. Throwing my phone down after getting smashed is frustrating in the moment, but that’s what marks a good game. I like a challenge!

Developer Response ,

Hi Johnny, thank you for taking the time to review Chaos Reborn: Adventures! We're always looking for ways to improve our game and improve content to reflect our player’s wants, thanks so much for the feedback!

BigDaddy886 ,

One of the best turn based strategy games for IOS

I never write reviews, but feel compelled to write one for this app because there is such a disconnect between the rating and my experience of the game. I have pretty much every “top 10” strategy title from the last 5 years on my iPad. This game is one of the best. I think the reason that it has a number of negative reviews is that the developers have deliberately chosen not to explain the game play mechanics much in the tutorial, to reinforce the story. Once I figured out some of those mechanics, such as the ability to summon illusions, the ability to burn unwanted cards, and the ability to bring mercenaries into a game which carried over to the next game if they didn’t die, the game got much easier to win. Not easy, but I didn’t lose every time.

Things I like about this game:
- Great and varied gameplay, with character building, tactical battle management, and a campaign mode
- Great balance in strategy of offense and defense
- Not pay to play, can play offline
- Capable A.I.

For anyone who wants a meaty strategy game that doesn’t have all the hinky pay mechanisms of most App Store games, I highly recommend this.

(I think) ,

Kinda Meh

If I’m paying $10 for a game, I should pick it up and not want to put it down. Not the case with this game. I’d say it’s a good $2 game. The graphics are mediocre and the storyline gameplay is repetitive. Most frustrating for me was that after choosing the class I wanted to play, I changed my mind, and can’t change to something else now. At least, I can’t figure out a way to change it. Also, undead seem to rule the game. Undead can only be damaged by other undead and a select few other summons which is really frustrating when you don’t have undead in your “deck”. The only way to modify your deck is by acquiring new staves (which give you different deck types) or talismans (which can add creature types to your existing deck). The problem with the storyline is that if you don’t find a settlement selling specific staves with better decks and you enter into battles that you need the better decks for, its nearly impossible to win. Oh, and this game is nothing like XCOM. If that’s what your looking for, don’t bother.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for taking the time to play and review our game! We really appreciate the feedback. You can't freely change your Wizards equipment after you've created them. However, as you play through the game you'll acquire new equipment from the 100s of different combinations available and have the total freedom to freely swap between them and try out new builds between campaigns. You can also freely alter your Wizards gender and name at any time. If you have any other feedback or questions please contact our customer support team.


Big Blue Bubble
702 MB

Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence


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