Awarded "Best War/Tactical Battle Game App" of 2011 by BoardGameGeek!
The epic struggle for domination is now available for the iPad!
Players take the role of a Titan, moving through the constantly changing terrain of the Land with Legions of Ogres, Gargoyles and other monsters of myth and legend. Players move their Legions along specific pathways recruiting creatures to their side and using those Legions to battle their opponents. Battles then take place on separate terrain maps where only the strongest survive!
This classic strategy game supports 2-6 players. The iPad app supports both Local games, with any mix of humans and AI, and Online games against remote opponents.
Want to learn more? Check out our introductory tutorial at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-I-5BJy7UU, also included in-game.
* Changed legion visibility rules for online games
* Fixed direction of entry display for Towers in Fight/Flee dialog
* Fixed issue where iOS push notifications sometimes would not update application badge count
* Fixed issue recognizing push notifications while the app is running a local game
* Fixed issue where online activity could get out of sync if app is running a local game
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Overall a great game, needs just a few more tweaks
I've loved this game for well over 20+ years. Really excited to have this digital version for the iPad. The only thing that needs a little tweaking is the battle algorithm and the movement algorithm. The results for both of those can be a little skewed at times and not representative of actual results rolled on actual dice, which changes the strategy and tactics of this version of the game versus the table top version. Other than that, this game is very, very addictive!! Kudos to the developer for all the work in making this game feel and play like the original. The most recent enhancements have added a great deal of convenience (note taking for stack compositions for example). Keep up the great work....and fix those algorithms!! :)
Didn’t capture the game
Been playing Titan board game since early 1980’s. Digital version has deep failings. The die rolling algorithm is used poorly in 2 ways, 1) It systematically discriminates against the live player (failed to roll an even number in 17 tries), and when playing against the AI, it consistently provides the AI the right roll to breed and to attack, but doesn’t provide the live player the same “fortune”. 2) When on battle-boards, there are far too many outcomes in which a 6-2, or 8-2 character rolls 4 or 5 sixes, and where 6-4 characters roll 5 or 6 ones. Also of note, the AI’s Titans are far too aggressive on the battle-boards. They move out into harm’s way too soon and the opponent can simply kill the Titan and win the battle, or game. Unfortunately, in a 3-person AI game, the AI’s will often go Titan on Titan early, providing the surviving AI a huge advantage. The AI’s make no attempt to keep creatures with breeding potential alive on the battle-boards to have a chance to breed a more powerful creature at turn 4. They are usually wasted in the first 2 turns, making the outcome predictable.
Titan is quite simply the best board game of all time
This does an excellent job of mimicking the board game. When playing AI opponents, two will be hopelessly bad and one will play a decent game, though not an expert game. I assume this is meant to mimic the different playing strengths you find in real life.
I see complaints about the dice rolls. I get the same kind of rolls in real life, and part of the game is taking into account the fact that die rolls CAN seem wonky. Normal variation can give strange results.
You can choose the AI opponents if you want a quick game. Word of warning — if you get into a live non-timed game, your opponents might make only 1 or 2 moves a day. If you want a regular game where you start and finish it in one sitting, insist on a timed game.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.