Enjoy this tribute to an Atari 2600 classic River Raid. Relive your childhood adventures on the river of no return.



Your mission is to score as many points possible by destroying enemy tankers, helicopters, fuel depots, jets and bridges before your jet crashes or runs out of fuel.



- Fully unlocked game (no in-app purchases needed)
- Ad free
- Endless levels with many level maps from the original game
- Responsive touch controls
- Universal: iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch
- Game Center


To learn to fly successful missions, you'll need the sensitivity, touch and sharpshooting skills of a precision jet pilot. But that takes time and practice.

Good Luck!

What’s New

Version 1.0

This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.

Ratings and Reviews

2.8 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

Scarter302 ,

River Raid fail

I’ve had the game for about 30 minutes. The directional arrows are to far apart and if you have to take your eyes off the plane to see where your finger needs to be it’s already to late you crashed. The fire button can block the view of the plane causing it to crash into a wall and it has actually frozen twice and failed to start the game no matter what you do. The gas gauge depletes but you stand still not able to move or fire. A bug fix is definitely in order.

ClassicGameLover ,

No Setting

The game doesn't have any settings for changing the controls to the accelerometer. You have to press on the up/down/right/left arrows to move the plane which makes it extremely hard compared to versions of this game where the accelerometer allows you to control the plane simply by tilting your device. Well that's a 1.99$ I'll never get back!

hondahirny ,

Controls are Awful

The game appears to mimic the Atari version I used to love as a kid. The controls would be fine for a joystick, but are simply awful on a touch screen.

You can't just slide your left thumb to control the plane. You actually have to lift your finger and press the directional buttons. Did the developer actually use their own game?

Waste of $2.

App Privacy

The developer, Lost Leaf Studio, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

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