Solomon's Keep 12+


Designed for iPad

    • 4.5 • 1.7K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Near the town of Dead Hawg, past the Grimwood, at the very PEAK of Mount Awful, there stands a crumbling tower of mortar and stone.

Deep within this foul edifice, the blackest necromancer of modern times, Solomon Dark, sits on his horrible throne.

As a near graduate of the Wizarding College, your final exam is to storm Solomon's Keep. Dispatch the dark wizard, loot his evil possessions, unbind his horrific minions, and prove to your teachers once and for all that you're not as stupid as you look.


In Solomon's Keep, you move your wizard with one thumb, and fire magic spells with the other. As you destroy enemies, you earn experience points. Gain enough experience, and you'll gain a level, and can select new skills to help you ascend the tower.

Along the way you'll find gold and magic items. Your helpful teachers are there to explain the ins and outs of wizarding, sell you a few useful items, and even give you a few tips to improve your skills.

Along the way you'll encounter Solomon's skeletons, zombies, imps, and more. You might even encounter an undead king, and Solomon's meticulously reconstructed maggot vomiting skeletal dragon.

You'll have a chance to master 21 skills and wield over 50 magic, rare, and epic weapons.

With random dungeons and monsters, Solomon's Keep offers infinite replayability. It's never the same game twice!

If you're fond of action RPGs, Solomon's Keep will satisfy your black heart.

What’s New

Version 4.76

Modernized to comply with newest operating system policies (no game changes).

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
1.7K Ratings

1.7K Ratings

bituminousCoal ,

Good game.

I've had this game since before it was free, and I'm a big fan. However, I would like to point out a major flaw/ something in need of improvement. The only thing that happens to enemies as you go up in difficulty is the enemies get more HP. They essentially become walls of meat at one point where you have to run around them in circles for five minutes (literally) in a constantly repeating pattern (Use magic, bring up Mana, repeat). Most of the time, the high-HP enemies (Typically large fire demons for me) don't pose a challenge because I memorize the attack patterns, so it's more of a bother than a challenge to defeat them. I would rather you make the AI tougher than pile on more and more HP. I would rather feel bested by a cleverly designed AI than aggravated because I can't deal enough damage. Overall, I enjoy this game, but I would like you to think about my suggestion. I have both Solomon's Keep and Boneyard and love them both, and have even donated.

Quack Nut ,

Well done, excellent game!

Tl;dr: easy controls, auto-mute ads, good game.

I’ve beaten and returned to SK multiple times, let me explain why.

It’s a twin stick wizard blasting game. You fight hordes of undead with your growing magic as you fight to stop Solomon. The core idea is simple, controls are easy, and it’s never hard to grasp how you control your power.

Solomon keeps expanding his forces, as do you. Both your play style and enemies will evolve as you level up and clear floors. Powerful items will shape how you cover your weaknesses or amplify your strengths. New foes will keep you on your feet, and SK moves fast enough to never feel stale.

SK is not an ad-blasting “mobile” game. In any game I have never seen one so friendly with its ads. Most games will have ultra loud ads at every opportunity. SK’s own music is way louder than any ad… because they automatically mute all of them for you. Tried amping volume to max during one, nothing.

When Wi-Fi is off, SK does still have ads. But these are for their other games and have an X visible from the start, very unobtrusive.

On top of all that, SK doesn’t ask for payment. It’s just a fun little game from the old days.

Overall, SK is a blast, a perfect little game to fit on your phone. It’d fair well on anything, though, from Xbox to PC. It’s no “mobile game”, but a piece of tech just waiting to jive you joy. To the devs, good work on making a beautiful game and keeping it beautiful!

FrostFox31 ,


First review that I've WANTED to write and this is my first review... I believe this game is amazing, I also LOVE Solomon's bone yard, the graphics are good. But not good enough to waste battery life which is perfect, this game is a dungeon crawler game.... It will have you addicted for days, you get bored of it after playing with every magic you can, don't act like you've only tried one magic cause you haven't, this game leads you begging for more hoping for more updates if you came out with a game similar to this called Solomon's quest or something that costed 10$ id pay for it legibly, a game that's more like a rpg than a dungeon crawler, Solomon s boneyard is like the nerd version of nazi zombies with a twist all you fps fans don't hate lol I love NZ too. Boneyard is VERY addictive PLEASE CONE OUT WITH UPDATES OR NEW GAMES SIMILAR TO IT!!!!!!! And I think I speak for a lot of the fans out there when I say this.

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