20 Minutes Till Dawn:Premium 12+

Bullet Heaven Survival Action

Erabit Studios

Designed for iPad

    • $4.99



Test Your Skills in the Ultimate Shoot-em-Up! Dodge, Shoot, and Survive with 20 Minutes Till Dawn!

Survive the onslaught of an endless horde of monsters for 20 minutes!

20 Minutes Till Dawn is a roguelike, shoot'em up where you mow down endless hordes of monstrous baddies.

【Unique Builds Every Run】
In this roguelite survival game, select from a variety of upgrades to create a unique and overpowered builds every run. You can be a fire wizard, for example, and ignite monsters with every pump of your shotgun, or an agile ninja who controls magic knives to pierce your enemies.

【Select Your Hero】
Choose from a diverse selection of characters and weapons that offer a variety of gameplay experiences.

*Over 80 different upgrades to choose from for a unique experience every run!
*Wide cast of characters, with more to come post-launch.
*Casual quick 10-20 minute play sessions, for busy gamers.
*Rune System helps you become stronger

【Contact Us】}
Discord: https://discord.gg/efTYchSsHZ
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Erabitstudios
Twitter: https://twitter.com/erabit_studios

What’s New

Version 4.0.645

Chinese New Year theme now available.
Unlock Chinese New Year wing skins.

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
417 Ratings

417 Ratings

Fragabore Gatofelis ,

Brotato is better

This game feels a bit slow to control and is pretty fun, but with a lack of skill testing decisions beyond "pick the good skill" I can't say I feel as accomplished or as powerful or as challenged as a sucessful run of Brotato. The builds are all satisfying, but very one dimensional. Bosses come across as more annoying than actually challenging. I like games that allow you to break them and scale to infinity. This is not one of them. Go play Brotato or Vamp Survivors.

Now aside from the critiques, this actually is quite a good game. I really like how clever all the skills work together and I like how the characters build.
I like the freedom you get at character and weapon selection, even though most characters are kinda design with one or two weapons in mind. The art of this game is unmatched by its competitors in the Survivor-like genre. I really only got this game because it came in package with Brotato. It is a good game, above satisfactory, yet still has a long ways to go in order to become excellent. Maybe better on PC, 4 stars.

SericS ,

Don’t pay for less features than the free version.

The ad-farm version of this game is advertised above the premium, so I didn’t see it and thought I got the full game at the cost of ads. I wanted the new characters, so I paid for them. Then I got fed up with the constant ads so I looked for a way to remove them (doesn’t exist ofc), and found the premium version. Now I own the premium version, but not the characters I purchased. If you’re going to have two versions of the same exact game on the app store, you should at least offer the courtesy of not making customers pay (in-game currency or USD) for the same exact content twice. On top of that, the features in the ad-farm version that would cost you viewing an ad (or literally 10-20) to access, don’t exist in this game. The ONE incentive you have as a consumer to pay for this version, was intentionally removed by them. No twilight boost, no revive, etc. ***If you buy this, you are literally paying for less than nothing, you are paying for LESS features.*** That, combined with the fact that they update the ad-farm quicker than they update this one, leads me to believe they make far more off the other version (selling your personal information) and they are doing everything they can to incentivize people to play that one instead. Either that or they just really dislike the people who support them financially?

Gameboy5Life ,

Polished, accessible, and fun

This is my first time trying a game inspired by Vampire Survivors. This seemed a lot more approachable for me with its minimalist style and mobile optimizations. The art direction is timeless and the gameplay is engaging, even if the controls are not perfect. It’s nice to have the option both to aim and auto-attack with the right “stick”.

The 10 minute mode is perfect for short sessions on the go and lets you appreciate the progression. The game loop is fun, but it can feel grindy if you rely on the same upgrades and don’t constantly try new builds. It’s very rewarding to find new combinations of upgrades that work well together.

All-in-all the game is a great fit for mobile. If I could ask for improvements, I would like alternate control schemes and ways to play. Controller support is there, which is always a huge plus for me. But it would be nice to have the option to play one-handed in portrait mode. Likewise, I would love to get home and play on my Apple TV with cloud saves.

Finally, I have to show my support for the option to just buy the full game. I’m old school, and freemium or ad-supported games are a huge turn off for me. I love that I could get this to keep in my library of offline games, and I hope to enjoy it for years to come.

Great job devs!


App Privacy

The developer, Erabit Studios, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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  • Family Sharing

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