Hellfire: Multiplayer Arena 17+

Fast paced shooter for pros‪.‬

Tiny Roar UG haftungsbeschrankt

    • 4.6 • 513 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Hellfire is a fast paced first person shooter where only the strongest and most ruthless survive! Slaughter your competition and climb the PVP ladder for ultimate domination.

The support wheels are off - we just throw you down the pits of hell. You enter the arena and fight for survival. No auto aim. No long and boring tutorials.

This game plays fast, so stay on your heels! An enemy could be right around the corner. No time to crouch and take aim.

Hellfire is a first person shooter built on top of Photon Quantum. Revolutionize the way you play fast paced realtime multiplayer action games against actual players across the whole world with no lag.

Our world is no more. Our sins have come to haunt us and hell has risen on earth. For years humans fought back to no avail. But humans were able to struck a deal with the devil: We send champions forward to fight in hellish arenas to fight in never-ending, tormenting battles for the overlord's plaisir, clashing with demons of the nether in return. This endless cycle of violence is the only hope humanity has.
Are you ready to settle the score and kick those ****** in the ***** ?!

What’s New

Version 1.8.5

- Minor Fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
513 Ratings

513 Ratings


10/10 but this game could use some updating

Hellfire is a really REALLY fun game I played it one and got addicted and even my friends got addicted one I showed them the game, but there are some problems with the game.
One of the problems was that whenever I was playing the “Fallen palace” map with my friend, the game had this glitch where one of us would win the match and the other player would still be playing and the leaderboard showed both players ( me and my friend ) only had 1 kill.
This isn’t a big issue but I think you should put more maps and more game modes, In my opinion, a tag mode would be fun but that’s just my opinion ( don’t know how a tag mode would look like, just a suggestion :/ ).
Love your game thanks for the fun experience hopefully you expand this and make it a even more fun game ( which sounds impossible, like this game is already fun ).
❤️ u Game Dev

TwitchyBmx ,

Very impressive!

I am absolutely blown away by this game! It has beautiful graphics it has awesome gameplay mechanics everything you would want in a MP FPS arena game.
I would like to see a ranking system tho for players to grind out and character customization.
Other than that Hellfire is amazing and yes I will definitely join the discord. Huge thank you to the devs for making this, ive been waiting for a game like this for a long time. I’m a Doom and Quake arena player so this fits me perfectly. So good I will recommend it to all my friends to try and I’ll definitely will be keeping it installed y’all are amazing #HappyFragging

Racoon23 ,

Not the right kind of shooter to be on mobile

While it’s true the arena shooter genre has been dead since counter strike hit the scene like a storm in 1999, there has been many attempts to revive genre back. On steam many games like it failed. You had Reflex: Arena, Toxxik, Strike Vector which was Quake 3 but with fighter jets, and even Diabotical on Epic games, but what did they all have in common? No player base! Also when I played this, I realized I was playing against bots! Just who would play this?

Hellfire is a nice attempt here but the biggest thing right now is the controls. You can’t play something so fast paced like this on touch screen which is unfortunate. You’re better off playing something like call of duty mobile or even when Fortnite that was on the AppStore. Check out modern strike or even critical ops! Those games work on mobile but this game you need a controller or a mouse and keyboard combo

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