Panzer Campaigns - Panzer 12+

John Tiller

Designed for iPad

    • 4.5 • 2 Ratings
    • Free

iPad Screenshots


This is a mobile version of the hugely popular PC series Panzer Campaigns. This first release takes you through several hypothetical scenarios on the East Front as a German Panzer commander and introduces you to both the basics of the Panzer Campaigns game engine and also the unique mobile interface. Following this free release, there will be additional releases in this series each representing a smaller mobile version of the corresponding PC game.

Panzer Campaigns is a detailed turn-based simulation of operational warfare from World War II. It includes detailed rules and combat resolution but has a simple interface that allows the player to focus on strategy and tactics. A wide variety of unit types are represented including infantry, tanks, artillery, and engineers. This version has 18 scenarios particularly suitable for mobile devices including 12 "Panzer School" scenarios designed to introduce you to the basics of World War II warfare.

What’s New

Version 1.03

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

Graphics fix.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Old Digger ,

Seriously above average, but...

If you recall Avalon Hill boardgames like PanzerBlitz fondly, then this is for you. However, that was the 1970s with cardboard counters. This game (or rather series) has excellent gameplay, well-researched and detailed, but the graphics are the digital equivalent of cardboard counters. The game looks like a refugee from the early 1990s, and a Windows game at that. Please, John Tiller, how hard would it be to just upgrade the clunky, opaque buttons and low-res maps? It would make a good iPad simulation excellent. Please consider it (or allow it to be modded).

pawlock ,

Superb conversion!

True fan of his pc games,ipad version is a great conversion and so far ain't found much different from pc.

Paul57var ,

Great game

I remember this series of games on PC and they were very good indeed. Agree with last review. Hope John releases the Napoleonic
Campaigns series. Excellent value.

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