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Description

Lux DLX is an epic game of strategy & conquest. Similar to the board game RISK, but better!

Features: over 100 maps, smart AI, fast UI, universal app, hotseat multi-player, and many more options!

100+ Maps include:
- Australia Mini
- Brasil Mini
- British Isles Mini
- Canada Mini
- China Mini
- Earth vs Mars
- Europe Mini
- France Mini
- Germany Mini
- Italy Mini
- Japan mini
- Rome mini
- USA mini
- 100 more for no extra charge!

HD maps designed to fit tablet screens include:
- Canada HD
- Franco-Prussian War HD
- King Arthur
- Napoleonic Wars HD
- Rome HD
- Silicon Valley HD
- Spanish Civil War HD
- Vietnam War HD
- WWII Battles series
- and more!

No hidden in-app fees, everything is included in the single purchase.

Warning: this game has serious replay value!

Version 3 adds:
- Quick-buttons for Auto-Advance and All-In-Attack modes.
- Enhanced OpenGL graphics engine.
- Supports widescreen iPhones.
- More maps!

Version 2 adds:
- Extra hard Reaper AI.
- Game menu.
- iPad full-screen support.
- Download multiple maps at once.
- Hotseat multi-player improvements.
- More maps!

Tips to Win:
- attack with 3 or more armies for best odds
- take over 1 enemy country per turn for a card
- fully eliminate an enemy and you get their cards

Try out our other game Lux Touch for free.

Lux DLX is a mobile version of Lux Delux,
available for desktops and laptops.

Wage a virtual war and conquer the world. Roll the dice, take a risk and win!

"Because taking over the world is fun!"

Lux is not associated with the board game RISK.

What’s New

Version 3.25

- Better behaviour resuming games in the middle of Fortify mode.
- Fix an AI crash bug when resuming Biohazard games.
- Fix the Biohazard map randomizer when resuming games.
- Fix a rare bug loading some map themes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
968 Ratings

968 Ratings

Mister Turtleston ,

Great versatile version of Risk

I've played Risk for many years as a board game and on a desktop computer. Many versions in the early 2000s were pretty clunky and slow and browser based ones seemed too slow, spammy, or basic. But this iOS version Lux DLX is speedy, highly configurable, and comes with lots of maps. If you feel like just smashing the opponents, you can make the AIs very easy to beat. But if you set all opponents to reaper mode, it's very difficult. And you can vary up the opponent skills and the number you face. You can run the game at different speeds by limiting the graphics and by automatically rolling dice and moving pieces. It's never the same game twice. I've played this Lux DLX for a year or two now and have rarely encountered glitches. Very well put together game!

Wrigley_Field ,

Custom Quickplay Risk, what more could you want?

Lots of maps, game modes, rulesets, and AI skill levels means you can customize the game pretty much however you could please. No IAP means it’s safe for the kids too, and will help them build strategic mindsets if you teach them to watch and mimic the Reaper AI play style.

My only issue with it is the audio level is permanently bound to the main sound level so if you want to quiet down the explosions you end up doing so for the whole phone, which can lead to issues if you forget (it also mutes itself off the lock switch). You can disable the sound effects outright but the sound design has some useful audio cues for when your thumbs are hiding info. It’d be nice to have a game audio slider option not bound to main volume.

Mbg1111 ,

On my short list

This incarnation of the classic Risk game is pretty ideal, I think. I use all the AI players, but I leave them all set to "Random" as far as ability. I win about 25% of the time, which
is only slightly better than I would fare with human players. It takes about 15 minutes to play a game, which is perfect. And I like that after I am eliminated, the game proceeds in accelerated mode so that I can see who finally wins the game. There are lots of maps available, but I stick with the classic World map. I've played a number of "Risk" apps, but this one is clearly the best. And after the initial purchase price of the app, there are no ads or in-app purchase options. You buy the complete uninterrupted game. Kudos to the developers. Really nice job.

App Privacy

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Data Not Collected

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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