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The Long Siege is a real-time match-three puzzle game with RPG elements set inside an extraordinary atmosphere of music and visuals. The core mechanic centers on matching items in your own tower through a mixture of belt-type scrolling and single taps to command your army. It’s a fun-to-play strategic thinking challenge requiring you to plan ahead to summon the right units, level up, upgrade your defences and complete the quests to unlock special items.

Commence an onslaught against unique enemies, including formidable leaders, and take their towers down one-by-one as you travel towards the dark side of the world!


- Real time fast paced matching to advance your troops quickly and efficiently
- Unconventional and fluid puzzle belt system
- Beautiful and minimalistic yet evocative visual design
- Dynamic environments with day to night unique atmosphere and weather effects
- Navigate seamlessly among the sleek UI screens for a hassle-free experience
- Overcome challenging quests to unlock rewards and test your skills
- Level up your characters and defences for a fulfilling progression
- Unlock special rewards with a unique upgrade system that adds new gameplay dynamics
- Watch out, attack and defend yourself from a variety of enemies and attacks
- Challenge your friends and others with Game Center
- Original music beautifully composed with live violin and handcrafted audio

The Long Siege is a premium game with no ads or in-app purchases.

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Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
165 Ratings

165 Ratings

Mmace4 ,

Great Game

A great 3 match game. I don't usually play these for very long but this one has held my attention. I love the mix of realtime strategy and match 3. The progression is great as well. I actually want to play to progress. With me. Exception, the quests are needed to progress your level and in turn progress you special unlocks. There is a quest to "recover health crystals using The Healer" and the first one was difficult while the second is almost impossible. You have to recover 2 or your 3 crystals. But the mobs hit so hard that your hp is gone within seconds of their arrival. So now I'm not actually playing the game, instead I am trying to create a scenario where I can complete this quest. It is very frustrating. The other quests fit in nicely with the game design so I can complete while also attempting to complete the levels. This quests is counterintuitive and I can't attempt to win the level and complete at the same time.

AustinSpafford ,

Great aesthetics, frustrating bosses

This game's aesthetics and implementation are great, but the bosses seem to either crash me or die quickly at near-random. This was something that could be overcome by slogging through all the enemies before each boss attempt, effectively farming gold. However, at the end of the game there's a boss-rush, making the randomness compound, along with all units being maxed by that point.

It feels so sad to delete this game after playing through everything but the very last bit, but this is just too frustrating to try again. Still, the rest of the game was enjoyable.

Rooie1954 ,

Great Potential...Needs Some Tweaks

I love Match 3 games (this one is a "slide the row or column," rather than a "swap the blocks" style game) and this one has a great game lurking under a picky performance. The art work is wonderful, the idea of tower defense is fine...but the controls are so picky. I wish the matches "clicked" into place a little bit. Instead, I find myself moving the tiles and having them be, ooooh, just a little too far right, now just a little too far left, oops, a little too far's very frustrating. If the developers could adjust this a bit, I think the game would be greatly improved. It would also be nice to be able to move blocks while the blocks are settling into place...I find myself waiting too much to make a move.

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