For eons, the Titans have fought for fame, glory, and bragging rights in an eternal struggle. As a Spellbinder, YOU control the battlefield. Choose a Titan, command an army of fearless minions and dust off your favorite spell book. Awaken powerful Ancient units from their slumber to tip the scales of war. Devise the perfect strategy and lay siege to your opponent’s base. The lines are drawn, the cannons are loaded and the battle has begun. Lead your Titan to victory - by any spells necessary!

- MOBA made for mobile: Short and intense strategy bursts in real-time
- Battle with an ever-expanding roster of mighty Titans
- Command an army of minions and game-changing sorcery
- Dive into deceptively deep gameplay that rewards practice and tactical skill
- Climb the ranks in the weekly leagues and take home the grand trophy

By Kiloo and Funday Factory

An internet connection is required to play.

What’s New

Version 1.6.2

Bug fixes and optimizations

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
692 Ratings

692 Ratings

Editors’ Choice

Spellbinders squishes colorful card battles into inventive lane fighting that feels like Clash Royale mixed with Plants vs. Zombies. Developer Kiloo cut their teeth with the classic Subway Surfers—and they clearly know fast-paced fun. The gameplay centers around dropping units into three lanes, where they’ll activate cannons, defend their base, and wreak havoc on bad guys. Unlocking new heroes, upgrading your skills, and facing off against online competitors will have you seriously hooked.

TrexZombieExperiment ,

Cool game but crippled by the ranked ladder.

The game was simple but had a complexity to it, much like hearthstone. I jumped in and started playing the ladder. My score by the end was about 345 wins and 6 losses. I was waiting for me to get to the point where I would face enemies on my level. But I just kept going and winning with the same strategy. Extremely aggressive tempo plays, usually involves placing a troop in each lane that my opponent didn't. I would wrestle control of all three canons and once they had done their damage and reset I would drop the Legendary or Ancient or whatever it's called that places a troop in each lane, which would usually get me another round of cannon control, after I supplemented them with spells and other troops. I played for hours sporadically, but never got to the point where my enemies were actually a challenge. The ladder system doesn't have an MMR system, you just get a certain amount of points to a limit. Similar games with similar ranked ladders have an MMR system so that when you go on huge winstreaks you don't have to play for 6+ hours and still never see players of your skill level. It got two stars for the idea and the execution. But as a game, it isn't really functional for higher level players

Merchant of death ,

Decent and fun tactical game

Spellbinders is a fun three lane game that places an interesting amount of emphasis on tactics. With only five titans to choose from it would be easy to make it a purely aesthetic choice but each one has a different arrangement of the same units available. This allows you to pick up a recently gained titan and play them with some familiarity. However each titan does have powers and higher tier units that they only have. This makes each one play different and gives a purpose to the Titans existence as a mechanic. Some common units are not in a titans arsenal; such as the wizard for Mordrid and the Commander for Theos. Further emphasizing the need to tactically use the individual perks of your chosen titan. I have had a lot of fun with this game, but my only complaint is that it is limited in what is there. You get five titans, six colossi (tide turning creatures when used correctly), every available spell immediately, and that’s it. You are just shoved into multiplayer and if the gameplay isn’t fun then you have nothing else to keep you here. Maybe some npc vs would help but the lack of anything besides the gameplay is what holds this game back.


258.5 MB

Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
In-App Purchases
  1. Stack of Coins $4.99
  2. Bag of Coins $19.99
  3. Pot of Coins $49.99


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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