July 19th, 2015
This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
Updated: Jul 16, 2015
Size: 833 MB
Seller: Rodeo Games
Rated 12+ for the following:
Requirements: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.
Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch – Tyranid Invasion by Rodeo Games
DescriptionThis game requires an iPhone 5, iPad 4, iPad Mini 2 or better.
Command your ultimate team of elite Space Marines.
Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch: Tyranid Invasion is a turn-based strategy game, set on the edge of Imperial space, where your Space Marines will take on the Tyranids in a series of tactical engagements. From war ravaged cities, to the insides of Tyranid bio-ships, the missions will see your Kill Team rise in strength and skill as you face ever greater threats and peril.
FIGHT: Embark on a journey to save the sector from the alien threat. Battle through 40 missions and smash your enemies.
COLLECT: 38 unique Deathwatch Space Marines available to collect. Customise them with over 150 different weapons and wargear items.
LEVEL UP: Gain experience points on missions and spend them on your Space Marines to unlock powerful skills and abilities.
This app offers in-app purchases. You can disable in-app purchasing on your device.
Please note you can play or unlock all the missions and collect all the games content without any in-app purchases.
Customer ReviewsAwesome game except for some UI oddities and yeah - IAP price is ridiculous. (4 stars)
Excellent translation of the board game.
About the pieces taking forever to move: 1: you can move several simultaneously and 2: these suits are supposed to weigh a ton! An actual ton. The whole point of the game is to convey the feeling of fighting in what amounts to a construction vehicle/ space suit and does a fantastic job at that.
As for the bad:
1: yes - IAPs are so expensive they're not worth the $$
2: the g
Very cool, but bugs. (4 stars)
I like this game a lot. Very fun and engaging.
There's a few strange bugs like for some reason when unlocking a soldiers Melta weapon passive bonus skill, the guy cannot actually even equip any "Melta" weapons. What's the point of spending all those exp points on a skill that can't be used?
Loading screens are slooooooooooooow.
The worst thing about this game though is that when a character is killed in a mission, they
In App purchases need price adjustment. (3 stars)
The game is a blast. Especially for fans of the Hunters games. The huge "but" is that the low currency drop for mission completion and the price of a card pack from in app purchase is a little ridiculous. Almost 3 dollars for a card pack with three cards, especially when the game is already 5, is a bit much. Once they adjust the price I may be more tempted to use the inapp purchase. The currency for mission completion does need to