Sonny 12+

F2P Turn-based Zombie RPG

Armor Games Studios Inc

Designed for iPad

    • 4.6 • 2K Ratings
    • Free



"... a brilliant and engaging RPG..." -
"... has a surprising depth to the combat." Touch Arcade
"...well worth your time and money... " AppAdvice

Sonny goes free for everyone with minimal ad support, with support for the iPhone X!

RPG Sonny brings challenging turn-based combat that requires strategy and mastery of each new skill to survive.

When Sonny rises from the dead with his mind intact and his memories missing, his search for the truth will lead him and his allies to save the world or die trying against rampaging mutant zombies, monstrous techno-beasts, and much more. Reinventing the classic played by millions, Sonny is designed for cunning and creativity with an emphasis on strategy and difficulty as the gameplay evolves. Featuring stunning artwork by Jet Kimchrea and an engrossing original score by David Orr.

iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, , iPhone X, iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini 3, iPad Mini 4, iPad Pro, iPod Touch 6

What’s New

Version 2.0.20

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

You spoke, we listened. With optional reward ads, Sonny's glorious zombie abs are now available for everyone to enjoy without a price tag, including shiny new iPhone X support.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
2K Ratings

2K Ratings

Fligglebleh ,

A must-have!

I played the original flash version and its sequel a decade ago. Instantly loved them. This is version, much like the originals, is no different. It being 100% free on the App Store for such a good turn-based RPG, as well as sticking to its roots the way every remake should, is a testament to that.

Sonny has a unique setting with a unique storyline but very logical game mechanics and an in-depth strategic but amicable play style. Easy to play for players of all skill, it still rewards those who Iike to put in that extra little strategic effort.

I do not enjoy writing reviews but I cannot express how worthwhile this game is so it truly deserves one. The only thing I could recommend (which is ironic since it wouldn’t be 100% free anymore) is giving the option to gain the +20% exp/money bonus permanently with no ads for a small price. Even so, who cares? The game is easily playable and beatable without the bonus and therefore without even sitting through one ad. There’s absolutely no reason not to get this game.

Jonas Schlicter ,

I want to like this

Sonny was a game I remember playing when I was pretty young, procrastinating during and between classes and generally doing something I could enjoy. When I tried playing it more in depth, though, I started to realize how heavily it relied on grinding to extend the gameplay to a significant length. Plus, the original games had the issue of being horrendously unbalanced as certain play styles were complete garbage. When I saw this game was coming out I was kind of excited. I figured after so much time there would have been so much room to fix what made the game a slog years ago. Unfortunately, all I can say that improved were the graphics. I found that just about every major issue the old games had is present in this. The game will start fun, but abruptly hit a wall where everything is far stronger than your characters can handle, forcing you to actively grind for a very long time just to beat a boring level with waves of repeated damage sponges. I really wanted to give the game a chance to shine and prove my expectations wrong, but they turned out to be completely accurate. I feel that this is at least in part due to the nature of turn based rpgs of this format, but I still believe it could work if grinding didn’t need to happen, forsaken for more story and side quests to develop the characters.

Bill102 ,

Updated review

Okay, so first of all, I'm a huge fan of sonny 2. So I was really excited to play this. I was having fun in the first 2 or so zones it got more frustrating, but doable. I'm at Blackhall Keep now I think. I'm not saying I want this to be a mindless phone game, but it's nearly impossible. What's the point of having a skill tree where you can choose your path when only one path works? Come to think of it, I don't even know if one of them will work to get me through this game (I see the respec button, but I shouldn't have to use it between every zone or every battle). I'm up for a challenge, but! If one of my party members dies (and others are critically low) before we even get to our turn, it's broken. It just is. At least maybe have different difficulty settings or something. I don't want to uninstall because the gameplay is fun, but the challenge is too unrealistic.
Plus there's a glitch with sound- if you turn off sound and music, then end a battle, it'll come back on, but that's the LEAST of my problems. I have faith in this game still, but I am just not going to play it further or improve my review until I can feel like it's actually possible.

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