A light-weight, mobile, text-based, futuristic Mythology-themed RPG. Create your Hero, explore, battle enemies, find loot, get gear and more!

The year is 2378. The gods of Olympus have returned to our universe and have challenged Earth. In order for Earth to continue to exist, the finest Heroes from every corner must face a legion of Titans across the galaxy and, ultimately, face the gods to prove their might. Create your hero now, and help Earth conquest over the Titans!

This is a persistent browser based game that involves a lot of strategic clicking/tapping with MMORPG elements. Prepare for a massive grind to help save Earth!

Titan Conquest now includes interactive stories if you need a break from the grind. Stories can be played for great rewards, with multiple paths and endings.

What’s New

Version 1.1

- Optional Push Notifications

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
378 Ratings

378 Ratings

AnActualPersonWhoLives ,

A real review on why you should play

I’ve been playing this game for a few days now. As I see it, it’s a text based mmorpg. You traverse different areas, fight monsters and collect great loot. Best part about it. NO ADS AND NO TIMERS. No waiting for guns to unlock, areas to unlock, no need to put money in a sit for 8 hours while you play. The game has its own in depth tutorial for new users and if that’s not enough the community is actually live with well versed players who only care about growing the community. No noob bashers or hate at all. On top of that the game is well made with plenty of quests and areas for you to explore. And they do world events and engage the community to be active members of the game by allowing quest building and what not. If you’re looking for a well rounded, fleshed out, great rpg this is it, but if you’re looking to button mash and 3D visuals like Diablo this isn’t it. However the Interface is beautiful, easy to traverse and is ahead of its time for text based mmorpgs IMO. They’re doing things right and other games could stand to learn more.

TheIceburgRouter ,

One of the best on the store

Titan Conquest is really a wonderful and great game. First things first, there are no ads and that’s greatly appreciated. My number one gripe with any game on the AppStore is if it has ads (which is fair enough), intrusive ads and if it has ads every step you take. Titan Conquest has none.

The game offers both an online community (that the staff actually participate in every day) where you can interact via chat and also in community events to take powerful Titans down. The community is great and helpful and help out new players. They’re great. But most of the time you can and will be alone grinding out levels, money and gear doing bounties (which give even more). As a side quest kind of deal, you can explore every area to start a text adventure story or puzzle to get exp, money or gear. The text adventures are fun and diverse.

There is a lot to say about this game but I can’t write everything. This game goes on my highly recommended list and should be a game everyone has on their phone for daily or every once in a while use.

Screw your game ,

Gill Bates

This game, is absolutely not what I expected, after playing and continuing to play since I started about a week ago, this game has changed my view on text based games, I used to skip and keep going, but I never expected to just get sucked in, it’s nice and simple, easy to progress in, and is a nice turn away from current games out today, that and the community surrounding the game are all nice people, new people everyday, and returning players every day, and the dev will actually pop into the game and play with us and give us updates and take feed back, and is a really cool dude, and totally “not” a myth! However if you think about skipping a game like this, honestly you’ll just be missing out, so I hope anyone that reads this will actually give this game a chance!

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