Elder Sign: Omens for iPhone 12+

Fantasy Flight Games

Designed for iPhone

    • #65 in Board
    • 3.5 • 48 Ratings
    • $0.99
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Elder Sign: Omens now updated to support 64-bit iOS devices!

**Elder Sign: Omens for iPad is sold separately and is only compatible on iPads.**

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The tense excitement of Elder Sign is now available on your mobile device! Elder Sign: Omens places you in control of up to four intrepid investigators, as they fight to keep all-powerful Ancient Ones from invading our world through a museum’s arcane exhibits!

*Build a team of unique investigators*
*Explore an ever-changing museum*
*Face challenging arcane tasks*
*Save the world from absolute destruction*
*Expand the horror with exciting in-app purchases*

Can you stand against the impending arrival of a malevolent Ancient One?

While Elder Sign: Omens brilliantly conveys the spirit of the Elder Sign dice game, a few noteworthy differences were adopted to optimize the mobile play experience:

-A limited number of available Ancient Ones streamlines the game play experience while offering adjustable levels of difficulty. Face Yig in normal mode, Azathoth in difficult mode, or Cthulhu in very hard mode (in-app purchase required to face Cthulhu).
-A number of subtle changes increase the peril of defending humanity. For example, the random negative effects drawn every midnight are more challenging, and the frequency of “no effect” results has been decreased. Monsters have likewise been altered to make them more difficult.
-Finally, there are no Ally cards in Elder Sign: Omens, which further streamlines play while increasing the overall challenge.

What’s New

Version 1.5.0

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

Updated to support 64-bit iOS devices!
Optimizations to reduce overall file size.

Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
48 Ratings

48 Ratings

GamerAlan ,

Great game - faulty update

The game is addictive and the expansions (small extra cost) really create some interesting variants. With the recent update however, the sound no longer works quite right and lost the ability to skip through the opening story and other story elements (which takes awhile - really don’t enjoy sitting through that every time).

Mutnau ,

Amazing Games

This game is wonderful. At first glance, one might think luck is the only requirement to win the game, but actually technic is also important. Basically you need to choose the CORRECT characters for the mission and to use resources efficiently. But certain adventures (one or two) in the game can be too luck dependent and this is a little bit annoying. DLC contains newly designed adventures and they definitely worse the price. But nevertheless this is the game that you won’t play twice after you succeed, so it is reasonable to make it difficult. LOL.

P.S. Hint: This game can be soloed with only one investigator and it’s interesting (and perhaps helpful) to do so, especially when against SOME monster.

odd_duck_21 ,

Fun, but practically impossible

This game would be a lot more fun if it were more possible to win. The main issue is that the game itself doesn’t scale and it’s too luck-heavy.

The game sometimes (and usually) starts you off against tasks that require far more preparation and items than you start with, making it near impossible to get the ball rolling. Even if you do manage to beat an early task, the game can easily spiral out of control.

As with most games involving dice, this game is a little too dependent on luck. Even if you’re fully stocked and armed to the teeth, you can still scrub out and fail the task, potentially getting killed off right off the bat. There’s very little strategy involved.

However, this app is probably better than buying the actual board game and getting frustrated at how much money you spent on that, so I would recommend the app over the board game if you NEED to play it. All in all, though, save your money and buy something like Ascension instead.

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