The battle for world domination begins on your device!

Everybody wants to rule the world! Now you can play the classic game of Hasbro's RISK online.
Cross-platform multiplayer lets you take on the millions of players playing on mobile and PC.
All purchases carry across via your RISK account, no matter on which platform you play.

• Multiple game modes available: Global Domination online, Play Friends online, Single Player, and Pass & Play
• Authentic rules – it’s the RISK you know and love
• Join or host battles against opponents online
• Use Automatch mode to be pitted up against players of similar rank online
• Up to 6 players/AIs
• Start with Classic for free
• Unlock 6 more classic and unique maps with a one time premium purchase
• 50+ more maps and counting to buy as additional DLC packs
• 10+ of single player scenarios to tune your skills with across a variety of maps
• Custom rules and game modes available: Capitals, blizzards, fog of war, limited turns, 70% control
• 5 difficulty AI settings for rookies and veterans
• Guided tutorial mode and in-game help
• Critical game stats and achievements

*extra maps and player avatars available for an additional cost

RISK is a trademark of Hasbro. © 2020 Hasbro. All Rights Reserved

What’s New

Version 3.3.2

HOTFIX 3.3.2


- Jack-O-Lantern Dice!

- Timed exclusive map in collaboration with Ibai Ilanos

- Purple is back!

- Reward ads not working
- Ability to buy customisations from profile screen
- Color names restored to accurate names
- Points for abandoned games

- Various UI improvements
- Displaced bonuses
- Troop and avatar fixes
- Emote audio fixed
- Fixed various soft-locking issues
- Fixed some achievements triggering
And much more.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
119.1K Ratings

119.1K 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.

LTFire357 ,

Don’t bother with support

When you send in a comment, complaint or even a suggestion to them is a waste. First, when trying to contact support you are directed out of the game to send an email to them. Second, after typing everything up and sending it in you will get a return email back. Third, now the email wants you to go to this site they highlighted and now you have to re-type everything again. ??? Why ???
Oh, that way they do not get complaints or anything they would have to do something then. Maybe, they can say they get any complaints because people are NOT going to sit there and re-type everything again when it was already done and sent to them. This way people just say the heck with it as they can tell that nothing will be done so why waste my time again.... I enjoy the game of RISK but this is not RISK as the game is fixed against you to make you spend money, money, money to play.
Playing RISK is supposed to be a game a risk and reward. But, this game is not a game a risk when it is fixed against you. Play global with supposed to be other real players but it is not. The same name playing single player as when I played global. Also, both players (computer) would only attack me and not the other computer. So it is 3against 1 and this happened 7 straight games. What risk? When you have already loss before starting, how many times have you gone first when playing?? Nope, usually 4,5 or 6 to play out of 6 players. What a joke !!!!!!!!!

Developer Response ,

Hey! Apologies for the super late reply. We'd like to check in on if you’ve tried since 2018? We've had >50 updates since your review! The RISK Names being from a selection is why you can come across similarly named opponents, but you can link a social account (Game Center/Steam/FB etc.) to use a custom name.

If you have any questions/concerns can reach out to us via support ticket, discord, or pretty much any other social channel we've got setup!

All the best, Luci@SMG

Jorge E.O. ,

Great, but dice is not random

I really enjoyed this game. It looks great and works beautifully, but the dice is not random. The game places an advantage to one player from the beginning, at times sympathy to losing players, and at times purposely preventing players to gain territory on a given turn. I have been playing this game every day for two weeks and it’s a continuous trend. The advantaged player has an easier time taking over territories while not losing many points, if any at all, and this is felt throughout the game. Once in a while justice is served, but the advantage continues. On the other hand a player that is losing, including myself, is given sympathy by winning unbeatable odds. Worst case scenario, one game I attacked the same territory with a 6-2 odd from multiple territories for 4 full turns and lost every battle never obtaining it. Seems like bad luck, but I defended a similar situation, for not as long, and even still questioned the “randomness” of the game. After playing the game for some time you can predict some battles especially if one player is losing or you lose a battle that is clearly in you favor, so you learn to not attack because you will continue to lose for that turn. It seems like the idea is to drag on the game or make it more fun, but it just becomes frustrating. If this algorithmic sympathy/advantage is fixed, the I will re-download and play, but for now I’m done. I’ll stick with the board game.

Developer Response ,

Hi Jorge, apologies for the super late reply - it’s been a while! We'd like to check in on if you’ve tried since 2018?

We haven’t ever had advantages for other players (human and AI alike use the same odds)
We’ve also implemented an alternative to True Random, Balanced Blitz! What this does is increase the probability of high success attacks, and decrease the probability of low success attacks - it really cuts down on the luck factor, so a lot of our community prefer this over True Random.

Some more information can be found here: Our dice simulator can be found at: Lastly, if you’d like to review our dice algorithm:

If you have any questions/concerns can reach out to us via support ticket, discord, or pretty much any other social channel we've got setup!

All the best, Luci@SMG

In-App Purchases

RISK: Fantasy Pack
A set of four fantasy maps, avatars and dice!
RISK Europe Map Pack
Europe themed map pack - 3 additional maps!
Unlock Pirate Theme
Pirate themed maps + pirate account avatars!
RISK: Zombie Pack
Zombie Maps, Avatars and new undead game mode
Northern Conquest - 3 new maps
Tactical Challenge: Iceland/Lubeck/North Pole
US City Map Pack
Los Angeles, Boston, New York!

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