Dungeon adventures in the Warhammer world are back! Warhammer Quest 2 is the sequel to a turn based strategy classic. It’s stunning visuals and deep tactical gameplay are an addictive mix that is a feast for the senses.
In Warhammer Quest 2: The End Times, you will lead your warriors across a war torn land and into dungeons for wealth and glory! Swing swords, fire arrows and cast spells as you fight through the denizens of Chaos that threaten the Warhammer world. Success in battle is rewarded with new weapons, armours, skills and treasure.
Be on your guard as you travel through a world in turmoil. The road holds danger for the heedless traveller, but rich rewards for the wary hero. Visit towns to barter in markets, level up your warriors and discover new quests. The path between dungeons is littered with opportunities to improve your chance of victory in the next turn based battle!
Experience all the peril and danger of the Warhammer world as you battle your enemies through beautiful, full 3D dungeons. Encounters come to life as your warriors enter the fray with a vast array of weapons and skills. Hold your enemies back with fire, use ice to freeze them to the spot. Attack with magic staffs, explosive pistols and flaming hammers. If all else fails use legendary armour or mystical robes to deflect attacks.
Easy to learn, hard to master. Engage in deep tactical gameplay as you encounter new enemies with new devious abilities that will test your strategic ability to its limits.
Can you defeat the Chaos invasion? Only the mightiest will survive in Warhammer Quest 2: The End Times!
*Apple's Game of the Day*
"Outstanding follow up to one of the best tactical combat games ever” - TOUCH ARCADE - 5/5
"A brilliant example of strategy battles done right" - POCKET GAMER - 9/10
- lead 4 playable Warriors into dungeons to battle enemies!
- Over 25 brand new enemy types to defeat in fun and challenging dungeons.
- Improve your strategic options in battle by collecting more than 200 weapons, armours and skills.
- Full 10 part Warhammer story campaign to battle through.
- Use skill and tactics to solve travel events.
- Unlock over 40 tricky achievements.
- Use cloud save to synchronize your games across all your devices.
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Ratings and Reviews
Good game, but certainly a step backwards from the first game!
I played through this first, then went a picked up the original Warhammer Quest afterwards, and the original certainly has more to it than I thought! Magic users with spells, a fast forward button during enemy turns, more detail for the towns you visit, earning gold per kill in dungeons, just to name a few differences!
This game certainly has better graphics, but that’s the only improvement I can see from the original. They could have done so much more with this :/ still worth playing though!
Lacks variety and individuality of characters; a step backwards from the first.
It’s fairly fun, and it’s gorgeous (although the “rooms” could do with a little more personal character like those from the first game, and the board game they were based on, had), but it’s a step backwards from the first game. I can see how over time the different types of weapons (and resistance to them) could lead to some tactical gameplay, but right now every character feels the same and the gameplay is just tapping to attack the nearest enemy.
Lack of magic is the worst example of the lack of individuality. The wand your sorcerer has might as well be a bow - it acts exactly like one. She has no spells at all. No buffs, no traps, no area of effect attacks, nothing - she’s just an archer, basically. I want to learn spells and have to figure out how to use them to best effect like in the first game, not just tap a target like any other grande character would. The same goes for other characters - they should be able to learn special, unique skills, with varied effects, not just attacks with different numbers.
This lack of variety and individuality also makes levelling up feel completely unrewarding. What’s the point levelling up if you don’t learn new skills?
Not as good as the first game
This will echo many of the other reviews here but WHQ2 just isn’t as good as the first game. It’s pretty and he mechanics feel good and intuitive to play with, but the lack of individual feeing characters, items or skills make the game a bit uninteresting - I haven’t found a reason to buy a new weapon or skill yet as it makes little difference what you use. It’s also very hard. Making your characters stronger through levelling up is a tried and tested mechanic, but the cost of levelling and the paltry sums of money earned per dungeon mean my characters all have way, way more xp than I can afford to level, and as a result aren’t strong enough for the later dungeons.
In summary: more character, weapon, skill variety and individuality needed, and more rewards/loot per dungeon could fix what seems a broken game.
- Perchang Limited
- 2.3 GB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2017 Perchang Limited
- In-App Purchases
- Chest of 10,000 coins £4.99
- Reikland £4.99
- High Elf Mage £2.99
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