Centrifeud 4+

Nicholas Ralabate

Designed for iPad

    • 4.5 • 60 Ratings
    • Free

iPad Screenshots


In the year 3212 the Circumlords have established their complete control over the known circleverse. It is here in the sinister HEXADOME that they exert their cruelty over a helpless populace and feed their insatiable lust for the circle-on-circle combat known as CENTRIFEUD.

In the last star-cycle your mentor perished in the final round of CENTRIFEUD, and now you must step up to represent your homeworld.

Strap in to your spin-chariot and prepare your body and mind for the ultimate DIGITAL CIRCLE SPORT experience.

What’s New

Version 1.2

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


Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
60 Ratings

60 Ratings

zecmo ,

Addictive mechanics...

Cool new power-ups. Team mode is great. Slowed down the spin speed some. Still a GREAT multiplayer game!!

Very fun multiplayer game. Once you get accustomed to the dizzy-ing touch and go controls, you won't be able to stop touching...

One thing I must note about this game's successful minimalist design and style is within seconds of seeing it in action, you completely understand how to play. Developing gameplay strategies comes later.

Frantically fighting to touch your avatar first when a power-up appears adds tension to the already stressful, yet satisfying action. Great game to sit around with three of your friends and compete for title of King of Centrifued!

H00bert ,

Fun and competitive

One of the best multiple-people-on-one-iPad games I've played. Simple, original concept, executed well with clean graphics and good sound. Fun to play while waiting with friends or before putting your kids to sleep. I highly recommend.

dstrigz ,

Favorite game on iPad

Love this game. Only wish you could change the score needed to win to make for epic, long games. Either way, totally worth buying

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