There are quite a lot of Games Workshop games on the Play Store, ranging from card-based tactical battlers, to adaptations of classic board games. But which ones are the best?
Well, that’s the question we’ve decided to answer in this here list. We’ve picked out what we think are the best Games Workshop games you can play on Android.
You can click on the names of the games below to download them from the Play Store. The games are premium unless otherwise mentioned (which unfortunately is quite a lot).
There are three Warhammer Quest games on the Play Store, but this is probably the best of them. They all see you crawling through dungeons, fighting turn-based battles and ridding the world of all kinds of evil. There’s loot too. Mmmmmm, loot.
A brilliant, card-based tactical batterer that sees you taking control of the most viking-y of all the Space Marine legions. It’s challenging, it captures the feel of the tabletop games pretty darn well, and did we mention space vikings? It’s free with IAP.
A TCG set in the formative age of the Warhammer 40,000 canon. You’ll build up a deck of heroes and use them to fight other players and AI controlled hooligans alike. It’s not quite Hearthstone, but it’s not that far off. It’s free with IAP.
A digital version of the table top game. This one sees you fighting battles in an ancient city, mixing magic and swordplay while trying to stay alive. There’s a decent level of challenge, and plenty of tactical fun. Again, it’s free with IAP.
What’s better than blasting things with futuristic weapons? Stomping around in a giant robot while blasting things with futuristic weapons, of course. This one still looks impressive, and it’s got some good explosions. It’s free with IAP.
There aren’t that many great MMOs on the Play Store, but this is definitely among them. Pick a character, travel through a fantasy world, kill a load of stuff. It’s a lot of fun, and it’s got a decent player base as well. It is, however, free with IAP.
A brilliant digital adaptation of the brilliant fantasy adventure board game. Roll some dice, smash some monsters, fight it out to try and get the Crown of Command. And don’t get turned into a frog, that’s proper rubbish.
A super deep, tactical battler that sees you taking control of the Adeptus Mechanicus, the tech-priests that make all the crazy stuff the Space Marines use. There’s 50 missions, a deep story and loads more besides.
If you’re looking for something a bit lighter, this take on the midcore-MOBA stylings of Clash Royale could do it. Throw your soldiers into battle and try and take down the enemy’s defences. It’s pretty good, it’s free and there are IAPs.
Travel around Europe chasing down the blood-sucking prince of darkness. Kind of like a normal weekend round here. This is a brilliant digital adaptation of a classic board game, and there are no Space Marines anywhere to be seen. Although that might be cool.