"iOS Game of the Year"
Game Shark

"Best Card/Board Game - Runner Up"

"With great production values the board game has been translated to perfection."
TouchGen (9/10, Editor's Choice)

"Would I Buy Again: Absolutely."
What's On iPhone (9/10)

"Neuroshima Hex is a board game that almost seems like it was destined for the App Store […]"
App Spy (4/5)

"Neuroshima Hex is hard not to recommend"
Games Uncovered (Grade: 'Great')

"Creative game world; deep strategy"
Slide To Play (3/4)

"It's a deeply satisfying game that forces you to have a tactical mind in order to win, and it's incredibly fulfilling when you do."
GameZebo (4/5)

Neuroshima Hex is a fast paced, tactical board game where up to 4 players (human or AI) lead their troops to victory. Every player controls one of the four armies struggling for influence and survival in the world destroyed in a 30 years long war. March with the machines of Moloch, leading its army towards setting the new world order. Become Borgo and unite the forces of the mutants who spread terror in the wastelands. Lead The Outpost - humanity's last and only hope and try to beat the machines in an uneven guerrilla war. Be the boss of The Hegemony - land of gangers not caring about the fate of others and living only for violence and their mad entertainment.

In the world of Neuroshima Hex you need to prove you have what it takes to survive.

Neuroshima Hex is well known in the board game community. Neuroshima Hex holds 100th place in the prestige BoardGameGeek ranking (which contains almost 50,000 games from around the world). In May 2007 Neuroshima Hex was awarded a special jury distinction for the Best Polish Designer Game published in 2006. Neuroshima Hex was also published in the US (by Z-Man Games) and France (by IELLO).


- Official Neuroshima Hex game with original artwork
- 4 different armies with unique strategies (next 8 available for purchase)
- Up to 4 players (human or AI)
- asynchronous online multiplayer
- 3 AI difficulty levels
- In-game tutorial & manual
- Tons of gameplay
- Easy to learn, hard to master

What’s New

Version 3.1

Long awaited update, catch up with application support.
Tile graphics updated to look exactly like their board's counterpart.

New Uranopolis army available through In-App Purchase.

New bundles of armies - all armies available as a Bundle of Ten Armies (Neojungle, New York, Smart, Vegas, Steel Police, Dancer, DoomsDay Machine, Mississippi, Sharrash, Uranopolis) and the Second Bundle of Five Armies (Dancer, DoomsDay Machine, Mississippi, Sharrash, Uranopolis) to fit the previous Five Armies Bundle.

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
487 Ratings

487 Ratings

Dude named Ben ,

Fantastic game. Latest Graphic update a good step towards the original.

I have owned this game for many years it. I play several games a day and have purchased a number of add ons. The artist lost their way for a while but a recent update has thrown away the insipid tiles of the past 2 years and moved closer to the original releases which were top notch. I hope they eventually allow the option to select both the tile sets used and the game board as the original was simply inspired. The current set is quite good but the earliest board and tile set gives the game a great apocalyptic mad max feel that the later 2 iterations have not quite captured. The Ai us sometimes a bit stupid. Looks like it was never tweaked to correct issues. Eg the Sharrash Ai almost never uses one of its best pieces, “the hole” which is a must use pice whenever I am playing that race. Another issue is that sometimes the Ai draws 2 fight tiles and an attacker, and instead of putting the attacker down it will discard it and use one of the attack initiations when the obvious thing to do would be to deploy an attacker and then initiate combat. Or maybe it draws 2 attacks and a movement tile and it won’t use the movement to avoid getting smashed in the attack its about to initiate. Other things it does is certain races have a race they are hard wired to attack, even though it would be far wiser to attack another race so it can win. Really bizarre really.

RAVEN2929 ,

The future chess board game

Yes this game is one of the greats on here, I never get bored, and they keep adding new armies which is so cool because it mixes up the game play very well, it's part strategy part luck because U are given three cards from your Battle deck to choose from and U have to discard one of them kinda like poker so there is no ultimate win to this game and no matter how good you are if you don't get the right cards or choose them correctly you can lose pretty quickly I'd also compare this game to Hearthstone kind of playing style with a different play style, it’s worth downloading and trying out, I’m glad I took the chance.

Vtyjdyjtdujyfuykyf ,

A solid and fun adaptation of the Board game

This is an excellent port of the original. Initial purchase comes with the 4 classic armies but there are 10 DLC factions available for purchase. The AI computer is a good opponent and has a solid tactical grasp for the armies (mostly, its a little poorer with factions that require a little more tactical nuance, but is overall very good). It should be noted however that the art from the pictures is the 2nd edition art but the art is 3rd edition in the game. It doesn’t change anything gameplay wise, but the art is different (better in my opinion). Definitely a good purchase for current neuroshima fans and for fans of tactical hex games.


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594 MB

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



Age Rating
Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
In-App Purchases
  1. Neojungle $1.99
  2. New York $1.99
  3. Smart $1.99


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