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Variety of Game modes, with variety of strategy!
Hero-collecting RPG! Fantasy War Tactics R!
▶ Scenario Mode ◀
Become a Lord who dares to conquer the world! Recruit heroes and take over the world!

▶ Hero Growth Mode◀
Essential dungeon for your Heroes’ growth, Pit of Nephthys
The island where ancient time travelers appear, Lost Island
Index of every knowledge on universe, Skybrary

▶ Challenge Mode ◀
Unveil the mystical voice that echoes from top of the tower, Tower of Dawn

▶ VS Mode ◀
Battle with other Lords and raise your honor, Battle of Honor
Virtual enemies waiting at virtual dimensions, Dimensional Breakthrough
Raid with your Guildsmen, Fortress of Darkness

▶ Convenience Mode ◀
Analyze the unknown Genes into Heroes’ Genes, Laboratory
Lords, send heroes on expeditions to areas you have conquered, Expedition

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What’s New

Version 0.575.2

BUG fix

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
1K Ratings

1K Ratings

Uzuah ,

Very pleased.

There's a lot of things to be said about this game. It has appealing characters with lots of different possible team builds, a generous amount of rewards, and a story that is (in my opinion) decent. If you are looking for a unique (and somewhat difficult) strategy-based game, this is the one you're looking for.
But it does have its flaws. I think a few of the stages are a bit TOO hard, like Dark Back Alley 2 in Monghyeom Harbor, and the character strengths are incredibly unbalanced. Just compare a well balanced Chris to a nerfed Deimos, or Lee vs Chenny.
But overall, this is a wonderful little game that I highly recommend.

Nikyteen ,


I started playing FWT when it originally launched. I stopped playing for almost 2 years but that was my mistake. At the time I stopped playing I was frustrated with the lack of new content, the slowness of character progress and how much money I was spending. Right after I stepped away they released new content. That alone would've been enough for me to stick around because this game is complex, strategic and fun. I like that you can play the game entirely free and still accomplish almost anything you can do by paying, it just takes longer. Actually, it takes a lot longer but that's ok because if you are willing to support them and spend some money you advance rather quickly. What makes this game better than most other F2P games is the complexity and the strategy required to be good at it. Most other F2P games I play I find myself just using the Auto button to fight battles, which relegates me to the roll of a coach more than an active participant. In FWT you'll want to spend a lot of time making sure you've equipped your heroes with gear that best suits their abilities. Then you'll went to increase your levels. When in battle you'll want to manually control your heroes to ensure you're executing the best strategy. This game is really a gem and I wish more people would realize that.

Birrrdles ,

Chris can be a girl’s name too!

Great game with solid mechanics. Seems like an overwhelming amount of stuff to keep up with at first, but the game has a rock solid tutorial (that is extremely rewarding to play), and you can get the hang of it quickly. Any oddball stuff can usually be explained with a tap, anyway. The story isn’t too bad so far (especially considering the writing in most phone games), and the art style is great. The Korean-to-English translation seems good as far as I’ve seen, and the few hiccups are generally endearing, like the female protagonist being named Chris. Not that it’s short for Christina or anything, just Chris. I believe one of the loading screens defends this name as well, which tells me the English team on this game is having fun as well. All in all, a great tactical RPG, The please-buy-stuff-but-you-don’t-have-to bits every free-to-play has are not intrusive, and as polished as this game is, I will probably start paying a bit to play soon enough. If the Devs read these, keep up the good work, you have a great game here.

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790.2 MB

Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


English, Korean, Thai, Traditional Chinese

Age Rating
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
In-App Purchases
  1. 150 Crystals Package $4.99
  2. 300 Crystals Package $9.99
  3. 3,000 Crystals Package $99.99


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