Queen's Wish DOES NOT support: iPhone 5 or earlier, iPhone SE.
You are royalty of the mighty empire of Haven! Your mother the Queen rules, while you enjoy a life of sheltered luxury. Then, one morning, you wake up to find yourself banished to your Empire’s lost colony. You mother has declared your childhood at an end. Your mission? Prove yourself by reconquering Haven’s rebellious vassals, or don’t bother to come home.
At last, you have been given wealth, magic, soldiers. The Queen thinks you will submit and join the family business. Now that you have freedom and power, you might have other ideas ...
Queen's Wish: The Conquerer is an epic, indie fantasy role-playing adventure. Wander free through an enormous world, sink into a fascinating story full of surprises and interesting decisions, and use your cunning to outwit a multitude of dungeons and foes. In this open-ended adventure, you can build an Empire or free the oppressed. Serve the Queen or rebel. Fight or use diplomacy. Build fortresses, smith enchanted blades and armor, and deal with nagging relatives!
Queen's Wish: The Conquerer features:
* Epic fantasy adventure with over 50 hours of gameplay.
* Open-ended story in a variety of mysterious lands, featuring many choices, paths and endings. Lots of replay value.
* Suspenseful tactical combat. Select from fifty different abilities. Build and rebuild your warriors to face rapidly changing foes.
* Explore (and conquer) an enormous outdoors and a huge variety of dungeons and enemy fortresses.
* Gain strength with a unique fortress system. Build and equip fortresses, making your warriors stronger in a wide variety of ways.
* Not just orcs and elves. Features the unforgettable races and characters that make Spiderweb Software adventures unique.
* Over 100 side quests and hundreds of magical artifacts to hunt for.
Enjoy a new adventure from Spiderweb Software, now celebrating 25 years of making fine indie fantasy role-playing goodness.
* Mire boars are now displayed correctly.
Ratings and Reviews
An immersive and amusing party rpg
Lots of areas of development one this game to tend to from party to towns. The writing for JV games is always a welcome amusement. If you are experienced not only playing but beating his games I recommend playing it on hard. Though even on normal the end of the game is punishing however still manageable. I don’t know how it will be on hard. I give the guy respect for creating an entirely new game pretty much from the last series. Even though this is not for us more than it is for him as he gets bored. Because there was nothing wrong with the old format he just gets tired of looking at it from what I understand. I wish he would develop it into an MMORPG. For that he would need to expand his team of course from a one man show. However I know he would do it right and he wouldn’t have to worry about money anymore, so he can take more risks with different types of game creation. Because I’m interested to know what else is inside his imagination. Salute to him and his wife.
A Blast from Start to Finish
This is my first spiderweb software game. I've been interested in them for a long time, but it's hard for me to play long point-and-click rpgs on my computer when I already work an office job. When I saw the new one had an iOS release, I dove in immediately.
I completed the game, finishing nearly every quest, and had a blast the whole time. The iOS environment is snappy and feels great (after you turn on manual scrolling). The story is thoughtful and well-written, and the fighting and resource management never stops being fun and strategic. I absolutely love that you can't grind for resources, I actually had to think and do quests to progress.
Great game, great introduction to the Vogel oeuvre. Extremely excited for whatever's next.
Perfect Old School RPG for iPhone
I was skeptical at first that an old-school rpg like this could be played on an iPhone. (I have played all if Spiderweb’s amazing rpgs on the iPad, and the screen usually felt cramped.).
But they have done a really great job of removing the tedious aspects of rpgs that often fill the screen. For example, treasure is clearly marked— no more clicking to pick up every goblet you pass on a table— and valuable items are instantly converted to gold. Sure, less “realism”, but the great tactical combat, character ability customization, and story with real role-playing choices are there.
It also purposely pushes you away from repetitive “grinding”- another choice that had me confused at first, but soon its wisdom became apparent. Since you only get xp from completing quests, if you find an opponent or area hard to beat, you’re pushed into exploring new areas & experiencing new story instead of the default rpg path of repeating battles over and over to level up. (And if you truly feel you’re stuck, you can lower the difficulty to “casual” temporarily.)
If you are a fan of old-school turn-based rpgs, you should definitely pick this one up.
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- Spiderweb Software
- 166.3 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2019 Spiderweb Software Inc., All Rights Reserved
Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.