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The Thursday Find - Stormbound

By , on September 21, 2017
Last modified 11 months ago

It's Thursday. Hi there Thursday, how are you doing? Well. Cool. Let's cut to the chase then. Thursday is when we find things for you. And that's exactly what we've gone and done this week. You read that right, it's time for the Thursday find.

You can click on the emboldened name of the game below to download it from the App Store. And if you've got your own suggestions about what people should be playing, feel free to share them in the comments below.


There are some really great games out on the App Store this week, so you should definitely check out our round up tomorrow, but for the Thursday find, I thought I'd share this little gem with you.

It's a mobile MOBA, but it does things really differently. There's a lot more strategy here, and far more to think about than in the likes of Clash Royale. For starters it's turn-based, and all about smashing up just one base.

You could think of it as a multiplayer tower defence game, but with a card-playing twist. It's deep, it's tactical, and there's an awful lot of game here for you to explore.

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Matches are one on one, and you and your AI or human foe each have a base. Yours is at the bottom of the screen, theirs is at the top. You need to throw out troops to try and destroy your opponent's base before they destroy yours.

But since everything is turn-based, there's a lot of thinking to be done. There are spells, buffs, and troops at your disposal, and you need to use them wisely if you want to win. Playing cards costs mana, and you only get a certain amount each turn.

If you're looking for a slick new multiplayer game then this is going to be right up your street. There's a nice thick single player campaign too. Oh, and the game looks pretty good as well. The whole package.