Titan Glory is a sci-fi mech combat game with an emphasis on mech and weapon variety, multiple game modes and spectacular combat arenas.
In the near future, mech combat sports are all the rage! Various match rules and objectives bring the thrill of the game in glorious skirmishes filled with explosions and projectiles.
Taking part in tournaments and winning matches will earn you valuable credits and ranks. In turn these will give you access to 12 mechs with different weapon loadouts and attributes. For all of them you will have to choose which component to upgrade and where to push your machine to the limits.
Each mech comes with its own play style characteristics and weapon loadout. Upgrade this infernal machine to achieve utter arena dominance and glory.
The matches take place in 6 huge arenas designed for different play styles and scenarios. From urban centers to plan fields and ancient temples each arena has its own spirit and style.
Players can hone their skills in offline tournaments and finally come for the real glory in explosive 12 player online matches. Compete with people from all around the world or create your own private matches of your friends only.
12 mechs to unlock and upgrade
6 huge varied arenas to master and dominate
7 primary weapons for massive obliteration
4 secondary weapons for a tactical advantage
9 game modes to keep you on your edge
12 tournaments to claim glory over
12 player online matches
Ratings and Reviews
Surprisingly compelling given how shallow it is. Really wish that there was more customization as far as weapon load outs, paint schemes, etc.
Also needs better online matchmaking and other MP features like clans, friends lists, etc.
Looks good and plays well, tho.
Buggy and pretty.
Slim on tech trees, weaponry, gizmos or even mech types and virtually no customization other than some unlock-able paint schemes there is no part customizing or anything. Just 5 upgrade levels to the 5 upgradable components.
The action has its moments and I’m getting my 5 bucks ‘o fun out of it, but the bland audio environment (no music and poorly synced effects) and frequent game freeze ups are annoying. I didn’t expect such instability on my less than 1 year old iPad Pro, especially after clearing background apps and full power restarts.
The graphics are top shelf quality on all fronts, but some are recycled from the old Tank games. Needs more destructible items for sure. A condo being hit by a barrage of rockets should not look freshly painted still.
Needs a little work to be fully recommended. Starting with the game crashes.
So far, this game is definitely 5 out 5 stars!
1. It’s $5, no ads, no iap’s.
2. The controls on touch screen are silky smooth. I’m sure using a controller is better but I only review mobile games as-is.
3. There are many modes that you can play in single or multiplayer. There’s even a private match mode that my son and I have vigorously tested. A-, by the way. (Bots would get an A+)
4. Graphics are amazing. Battles are sometimes fought across great distances and the level of detail is evident from the start.
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- ATYPICAL GAMES LLC
- 2.8 GB
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 13.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- 9+ Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © Atypical Games
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.