Battleheart 2 12+

Mika Mobile, Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 3.8 • 797 Ratings
    • $3.99



Welcome back to the world of Battleheart!

In this stunning sequel to 2011's hit mobile RPG, you'll take command of a party of heroes and slay hordes of monsters in frantic, realtime battles that will put your reflexes to the test. With each victory you'll face ever greater dangers, and grow more powerful through a robust equipment and skill system offering vast combinations of heroes, items and abilities.

• 12 unique heroes to build your party from, including mages, knights, necromancers, samurai, and more!
• Customize your heroes' abilities by selecting among 20 talents that augment their powers.
• Play alone, or enjoy co-op multiplayer supporting up to 4 players.
• 20+ unique monsters to battle, including 5 challenging bosses.
• 130+ unique items to collect and arm your heroes with.
• iCloud support for backing up your progress, or transferring to a new device.
• Adjustable difficulty, allowing the game to be enjoyed by seasoned players and beginners alike.

What’s New

Version 1.1.2

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

Fixed an issue which could cause a save file to crash on the pre-battle menu if a dialog sequence had been improperly resolved.

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
797 Ratings

797 Ratings

Tony_1337 ,

Good, but could be improved

I’ve waited 7 years for Mika to release the sequel to Battleheart, and playing Battleheart 2 has renewed my passion for mobile games again. However, there are a few things I’d like to suggest for future improvements: the character based levelling system from the original Battleheart is a lot more captivating than the current party-levelling system as it gives a sense of progression. Battling through hundreds of ogres to get a character to level 20 was so rewarding, and the skill-point system just seems slightly boring. Also, the sounds of battle could be improved, as they’re identical to the original Battleheart sounds - it gets boring very quickly listening to the same sounds from the original game. Finally, although I’m sure they’re planning on implementing this in future updates, it would be nice to have more characters and skills for each character.

Rockwhisperer ,

A fantastic mobile experience

Mika mobile consistently puts out spectacular mobile titles. Many games try to work around mobile controls instead of embracing them, and the Battleheart series is a great example of the latter. This game plays like a dream, and sets the bar for how I expect mobile games to handle. I played a ton of the first Battleheart back in the day and immediately bought the sequel when it came out. Of course everyone will compare it to the first game and so I must as well. The diversity of characters and how you can build and upgrade each one is great, but I was a little disappointed at the relatively low level cap and grindy nature of this game. I think the linear nature of the first game lead to more tuned encounters instead of picking encounters based on rewards. Buying some of the upgrades requires you to run missions over and over again, and quickly lead to me turning down the difficulty at end game to clear encounters faster. The first playthrough felt great though and I will likely make another playthrough with different characters at some point. I easily put 14 hours into my first playthrough and there is definitely room for replayability.

Benjamin David Simon ,


The art style for this game is way beyond the previous game’s art style knocking it out of the park. The gameplay is phenomenal and the outstanding upgrade system truly brings this game to light. I do hope to see a few more characters in the future like a long distance Ranger or an evil Shaman healer or even introduce a new class that is like straight up tank/brute. I will probably be binging on this game for the next couple years. Great Job Mika Mobile!

UPDATE: I am just going to take a guess since it has been a while, the devs are working on another class for this game. I am begging that you add another dark themed character. It could be a werewolf which would be new and cool. An evil gnome or a good one. Something stand out-ish. A dark healing fairy, an orc ranger. Something that will make the game stand out more to customers like a character who obviously isn’t your regular playable human character. I know you guys have never done this before but why not try it out. I think you will make it excellent!!! Just please add something soon because the App Store games are feeling dry and this game is the only thing that’s keeping me going right now.

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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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