RISK: Global Domination 9+

Official RISK game for mobile

SMG Studio

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Take over the world in RISK Global Domination, the iconic strategy board game.

Battle opponents in strategic warfare in the official digital version of the classic Hasbro board game loved by millions. Fight against the Axis Powers in WWI, survive war games against undead zombies and battle on fantasy, futuristic and sci-fi maps. Download RISK Global Domination for free now!

- Build an army to clash against your foes!
- Use diplomacy to gain allies and fight to the death for blood and honor!
- Command your troops on the battlefield!
- Engage in glorious combat and all-out war!
- Protect your allies & conquer your enemies!
- Use strategy to lead your army to victory!
- Play with friends!


RISK is a trademark of Hasbro. © 2021 Hasbro. All Rights Reserved

What’s New

Version 3.15

RISK 3.15 Update has landed!

New Map Pack: Viking Legends
NEW MAP: The World Tree
NEW MAP: Roots of Yggdrasil
NEW MAP: Way to Valhalla
NEW MAP: Ratatoskr and Friends

New Collectibles
NEW Dice
NEW Troops

Viking Legends Map Pack Available in store from 22nd May 2024!

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
169.7K Ratings

169.7K Ratings

r1skpl@y3r ,

A big gap to be filled in online

Game is well designed and rating would be five stars except for one fatal flaw! In online, when a player quits and the computer takes over, the computer needs to be more logical and sophisticated. I was just playing an online match and it was between three players. A computer controlled, a human opponent and myself. The human opponent had at one point, four continents under full control, I had one (Australia) and the computer had its troops spread over Asia with out control of the full continent. The computer proceeded to consistently attack territories in Asia and corner me in Australia by stacking surrounding territories with high troop counts, while my human opponent was absolutely running away with the game! To make matters worse, the human opponent left some continents with little protection and the computer still didn’t attack one single territory to reduce the bonus troops for the human opponent. Needless to say I lost the match. My issue is I didn’t lose because the human player out strategized me, but rather because the computer player was in la la land with its head up its a-s. Please make the computer in online much more sophisticated so that the games remain competitive and fair when some one quits mid game.

Accept my name apple! ,

Good but deteriorating

I first downloaded this app back around 2015 or so, and it was exactly the game I was looking for. I enjoyed playing regularly enough, but when the first pack of new maps came out, it was game changing. I was especially fond of the USA and Europe maps. I had since downloaded several different series of maps, and purchased the game twice when my original Apple ID was lost. I was happy to do so for the quality of gameplay. Over the years I have gone for periods without playing, but I somehow always come back and keep going. I understand the need to keep cash rolling after all these years, but the game is started to turn into every other gems for items game. The purchasable emotes and figures are annoying having felt the purity of the game in its early days. I shouldn’t be surprised, and am always excited to see the new maps. I wish you’d go back to world maps and regional maps. I always enjoy real world scenarios more, personally. Also, with all the changes, I keep needing to login with my ID. It’s really annoying, and has created at least 4 different characters over the past few months, as well as making an entire map package I purchased no longer available. I didn’t mind rebuying the game when I lost my Apple ID, but I lost one of my favorite maps in one of the character changes.

Developer Response ,

Sorry to hear that, can you reach out to us about that here? https://bit.ly/smgticket Thanks! Luci@SMG

The Lozenger ,


I love playing risk and an always looking to do more of it, but unfortunately none of my friends share my enthusiasm, as the game has a playing time of upwards of two hours. However, when I found this my friends suddenly got more intrigued. With a colorful scheme and a game mechanic called “blitz”, (a new way of attacking) you can do away with the tedious dice rolling that stretched the hours of regular risk. This, along with auto setup(optional) did away with the boring parts of risk and got to the fun stuff quick-world domination. (And there are multiple maps too so you could dominate Boston, the United States, and Europe in loads of different maps) This game solves my passion for risk in two ways: gets my friends to play with me and gets totally random people to play with me so there is never a shortage of games to play.

P.s. If your an obsessive risk player like me you’ll wanna get the 7 dollar thing which allows you to play an infinite amount of games without having to wait for your tokens to return(also gives access to multiple more maps) but if you are playing two games of risk or less per day then I’d say don’t but it and just wait for your tokens to regen.

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