SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech brings steam power to mobile phones because it is now available on iOS and iPad OS. This turn-based role-playing and deck building game was initially out for PC, MAC, and Nintendo Switch last year. It is now prepared to take on new players in the mobile scene.
SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech is playable on iOS 13 (or later) and iPadOS devices. Priced at $9.99, it gives fans of card-based RPG another way to play this critically acclaimed game. Players can get to craft their own decks with over 100 unique punch-cards as you embark on a quest filled with gold, dungeons, vivid worlds, magic, and even knights in shining armors.
This game promises endless fun as you can enjoy its humorous traditional fantasy and deal with steampunk robots. It is an unforgettable experience filled with barrels of laughs.
“We’re thrilled to bring SteamWorld to a new audience after its initial success. It’s a great relief when you take an IP dear to so many in a new direction and it gets an amazing reception from the community,” – Brjánn Sigurgeirsson, CEO at Thunderful Group
Brjánn also added that they couldn’t wait to share the game’s success with as many people as possible and experience it on their iPhone and iPad.
If you’re looking forward to playing the SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamesh on your iOS or iPadOS device, don’t forget to check our review on the game. It did remind us of playing Octopath Traveler as far as its story mechanics, but the game is overall unique and fun. We gave it a whopping four stars with its corresponding pros and cons.
SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamesh is published by Thunderful Publishing and developed by Image & Form. It was initially released on other consoles on May 31, 2019 (PC and MAC), and April 25, 2019, on Nintendo Switch.
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Kaito has been writing about mobile games since 2013. He played through SNES, Gameboy, up to the very first PlayStation. Your usual guy at arcade game shops when it used to be a thing. A fan of Japanese culture, anime, and manga. If he’s away from his desk, he’s probably out diving, surfing, or skimboarding.