Age Of War 2 12+

Max Games Studios

Designed for iPad

    • 4.3 • 701 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Battle your way through the ages in this insanely addicting action/strategy game. One of the most popular flash games from the web brought to life for the best possible mobile experience!

Train a massive army from cavemen riding dinosaurs to World War tanks! All the way to hugely devastating robot warriors from the future age! There are so many different units to train across 7 completely unique ages of war. With 29 unit types at your disposal such as the Assault Spartan, Anubis Warrior, Mages, Knights, Rifleman, Cannons, Grenade Soldiers, Cyborgs and so many more! If you think the best offense is a strong defense try stacking up rows of turrets that mow down the enemy! Yes we still have the famous Chicken Turret which is a must build!

Finally a strategy game that every gamer type will enjoy with 4 difficulty modes and tons of achievements and challenges. Cast destructive global spells such as the fiery meteors, lightning storm, or call world war bomber planes to clear the field. We’ve packed so much fun into one easy to play mobile game you will come back again and again trying new ways to conquer.

Play against 10 unique generals, each with their own individual strategies and tactics!
Test your skills against Brom 'The Basher' with his giant club, or Hades in his Underworld domain!

What’s New

Version 1.6.6

- Let's Party: Outfit all your units with PARTY HATS and some fun effects when you defeat an enemy
- Age Of Spooky: Turns all of your units into spooky GHOSTS!

- Updated some sound effects
- Many graphical and gameplay bug fixes, as well as performance updates to have the game run as nicely as possible on all devices
- Bug fixes to previous mode purchases
- Bug fixes to post-game

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
701 Ratings

701 Ratings

Hmmy ,

Fun, but again, why not multiplayer?

I'm not an expert on the kind of money or structure needed for a multiplayer option, but it seems many other games are capable of it. It's a shame because they've made some really great hits (stick warriors being the top), and a multiplayer format for some of these games would really go a long way for the company.

Anyway, fun update, solid game as always. :)

Newt1111 ,

The strategy is too simple and repetitive

I tried the classic mode. It is similar to Cartoon Wars but not as good. The strategy is so simple. You just try to defend your tower while waiting for your tropes to age until the $10,000 super robot available. You then can send the robot to the other side to destroy the other tower. To defend your own tower, you just try to upgrade the tower weapons and increase height to accommodate more weapons. Use the power up to kill all the opponents at once. You should try to avoid using the power up too much because it will draw power and slow your aging. Use the power up when the screen is filled with many opponents. You just use the cheapest $100 guys to defend your tower. You just keep at least 2 guys before your tower to avoid damage to your own tower. When you are on offensive, you can sell your tower weapons to get more money for two super robots and you will win.

gaming junkie77777777 ,

This game is really really bad

There are so many things wrong with this game. 1. When in the medieval age there is a spot right in front of the enemy’s tower where the turrets can’t hit you 2. $6 for generals?? It makes no sense why to get a general and it doesn’t change the game whatsoever 3. The easy mode is waaaaay too easy and the normal mode is waaaaay too hard 4. The AI are so incredibly annoying 5. The AI know when you have no gold to produce units so they use the special ability and obliterate your entire army 6. It’s worse than the computer version, and that’s hard to beat, good job game devs for being retarded 7. It makes me want to throw my phone across the room and shatter it with a sledgehammer because of how annoying the game is 8. Make a game like Stick War, that game had tons of potential and was actually fun to play 9. The hackers mode is terrible and makes no sense

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