Elder Sign: Omens for iPad 12+

Fantasy Flight Games

Designed for iPad

    • 4.1 • 15 Ratings
    • £1.99
    • Offers In-App Purchases

iPad Screenshots


Elder Sign: Omens now updated to support 64-bit iOS devices!

**Please note that this verision of Elder Sign: Omens is iPad only. The iPhone version is sold separately**

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GAMEZEBO- 4.5 out of 5
BOARD GAME GEEK - 3 out of 4

The tense excitement of Elder Sign is now available on your mobile device! Elder Sign: Omens places you in control of up to four intrepid investigators, as they fight to keep all-powerful Ancient Ones from invading our world through a museum’s arcane exhibits!

*Build a team of unique investigators*
*Explore an ever-changing museum*
*Face challenging arcane tasks*
*Save the world from absolute destruction*
*Expand the horror with two exciting in-app purchases*

Can you stand against the impending arrival of a malevolent Ancient One?

While Elder Sign: Omens brilliantly conveys the spirit of the Elder Sign dice game, a few noteworthy differences were adopted to optimize the mobile play experience:

-A limited number of available Ancient Ones streamlines the game play experience while offering adjustable levels of difficulty. Face Yig in normal mode, Azathoth or Tsathoggua in hard mode, or Cthulhu or Ithaqua in very hard mode (in-app purchases required to face Cthulhu and Ithaqua).
-A number of subtle changes increase the peril of defending humanity. For example, the random negative effects drawn every midnight are more challenging, and the frequency of “no effect” results has been decreased. Monsters have likewise been altered to make them more difficult.
-Finally, there are no Ally cards in Elder Sign: Omens, which further streamlines play while increasing the overall challenge.

What’s New

Version 1.5.0

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Updated to support 64-bit iOS devices!
Optimizations to reduce overall file size.

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

FluffyTskrang ,

Elder sign, uncommonly good

I rarely write a review for a game, though I chat about Cthulhu and Lovecraft a lot on YSDC CBC.
I played this a while on the basic version and was hooked. I bought the upgrades, very satisfying game play. Challenges are strong and characters/abilities balanced so that the grey matter has a really fun time.
Thanks to the designers.
I do have a suggestion,
. could the spells, clues etc be swappable between PCs if they are in the same location?

Xyre.one ,


This game could be great, the graphics are good, the opening video is fine to watch once but upon multiple games is annoying and you can’t get rid of it without disabling all videos.
Now the real problem of this game is that it’s almost impossible to win, I have played over and over and it’s heavily bias towards the computer winning. The upshot is that it gets frustrating and pointless, and seems largely to be down to sheer luck rather than any skill. Could be a whole lot better.

Ellhaynes ,

Still one of the best board game adaptions

After many years, I still keep coming back to play this. The difficult level is hard, but that’s good - you keep coming back for more! Background music is excellent and it’s simply a nice little game.

Wish there was more content available but doubt it will ever happen! Recommended.

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