Apple Arcade has a lot of great RPG-style games, so let’s take a look at some of the best ones.
Apple Arcade has a lot of good mobile games. So it’s an easy way for many people who don’t have a PC to start gaming. There are all kinds of games on Apple Arcade, from easy match-three games to games with long stories. With a low monthly fee, it’s a great deal if you know how to use it.
If you like great RPGs like Breath of the Wild or Journey, Apple Arcade has a great selection of games you’ll love. It has a lot of games with deep, important, and breathtaking stories that will stay with you for days. Others can be played over and over again, making them very enjoyable to play.
HEROish combines RPG elements, card/deck-building, and tower defense in a way that is exciting and different. This makes HEROish a fun Apple Arcade RPG that is easy to pick up and play, but also awards people who spend a lot of time with it.
The game has a lot of visual details that help you get into its different campaigns, which are full of different tower defense tasks. You can also play against other online players in a competitive way. The RPG parts of the game come into play when you use the cards to build, upgrade, and create your deck.
Legends Of Kingdom Rush
Turn-based fighting is made more interesting in tactical RPGs by adding space and formation. The best people to play these games are those who like to take their time and plan every move. Unfortunately, tactical RPGs are hard to learn because they are so detailed. But Legends of Kingdom Rush is the best Apple Arcade RPG for people who have never played a strategy RPG before.
Legends of the King Rush feels like a Wizard of Id-style comic strip version of the game Total War. On a map, your party moves from one task to the next. The battlefield is made up of a square grid. Between missions, Sir Gerald Lightseeker and his friends try to get away from the Dark Army while they are being held captive.
Wylde Flowers might not be an RPG the way most people think of them. But the fact that you play Tara, a witch-like character who must learn and grow her skills, make friends with the people of Fairhaven, and build a cozy cottage village/community brings it close to that genre.
Wylde Flowers might start out like other farming-focused life simulation games. As you learn more about your witch skills, though, it changes into a unique Apple Arcade RPG. It stands out from other games because you can take care of plants and animals, figure out Fairhaven’s strange story, and make friends.
Monster Hunter Stories+
The Monster Hunter series doesn’t need an introduction because it has so many great games, the best of which are Monster Hunter World and Monster Hunter Rise. But it’s likely that a lot of fans missed the Apple Arcade RPG Monster Hunter Stories+.
Monster Hunter Stories+ skips the bigger, more epic monster-killing adventures in favor of a monster-recruiting game with a tight story. Compared to other Monster Hunter games, the way you play this one is more straight. But the turn-based fights with Monsties make this an interesting Apple Arcade RPG.
Steven Universe: Unleash The Light
Steven Universe: Unleash the Light is a great Steven Universe game. And it’s also a great Apple Arcade RPG. Steven, Garnet, Amethyst, Lapis Lazuli, and the rest of the gang are in Unleash the Light. They go to different worlds and fight two new powerful Gems.
The best part of Unleash the Light is its gameplay, which is a mix of turn-based battles and easy-to-understand action that puts you in the middle of the cartoony action. With the Steven Universe team, you can do strong combos and special moves with the Fusion system.
Oceanhorn 2: Knights Of The Lost Realm
In Oceanhorn 2, the main characters are a young boy named Hero who is learning to be a hero, his friends Gen and Trin, and his adoptive father Mayfair. They go all over the world to find symbols that will help save Arcadia.
Hero and his friends fight lots of Dark Troopers, bad sea creatures, and other bad things. If you like games where you fight, you’ll like this Apple Arcade RPG. Bring out the Oceanhorn, fight the bad Mesmeroth, and save the White City!
Are you the kind of person who talks on the phone all the time? How would you feel if that phone was actually an old book that could do magic? The funny Apple Arcade RPG Guildlings is based on this idea.
Guildlings take the relationship-building features of Persona and mix them with the swipe-and-tap controls of a social media app. Close ties with other guildlings give them powers from other worlds, like giving life to inanimate items. This game is easy, relaxing, and fresh all at the same time!
Cat Quest 2
Cat Quest 2‘s cute animal kings are almost enough to get anyone to play this Apple Arcade role-playing game. In this story, two cats try to get their stolen thrones back from some “nogoodniks.” They move together and fight enemies and work with other animals to show how powerful diversity and teamwork can be.
Couch co-op is not always a part of open-world games. Most open-world RPGs are played by one person at a time. But Cat Quest 2 gives you the chance to go on a cute adventure with a friend, which is something we can all enjoy in a role-playing game.
Imagine that you are a space runner on a normal job when all of a sudden, an alien species causes your ship to blow up. You and your AI partner need to get to an escape pod quickly. But you can’t leave without eating spaceduck pie first. PIE is always a good idea. This is the crazy way that Crashlands+ starts off.
Crashlands+ is a great choice if you like games like Stranded: Alien Dawn that let you build a society and want to do so on the go. The Apple Arcade RPG has a big open world, simple making rules, and controls that work well on phones. Not only that, but the writing in the game is funny!
Spelldrifter is a great Apple Arcade RPG if you like games like Magic: The Gathering that let you build your decks one card at a time. It is proud that it is a mix of RPGs and deck-building games. It has a lot of different heroes and deck choices, so you can play it over and over again. And the flow of battle is clear and easy to learn.
When looking at an RPG, replayability isn’t always the first thing you think about, but Spelldrifter offers a unique way to play again and again. So, of course, it makes Apple Arcade’s library of games, especially its small collection of RPGs, even more interesting.
King’s League 2
The King’s League games have always been well-made, and this one is no different. In this Apple Arcade role-playing game (RPG), you lead a small group of fighters through the King’s League.
As you move from one fight to the next, you’ll find small pieces of the story that tell you about rivalries and bad plans. You’ll be in charge of four types of fighters, and you can improve each one with the gold and gems you find along the way.
The Apple Arcade RPG Fantasian was made by some of the same people who made Final Fantasy. It is about a young man named Leo who goes through an unknown world. When he got there, he lost his memories, so it’s up to you to help him find them again. When you fight an enemy, you take it in turns.
In Slope Game, there is a unique feature called “Dimengeon,” which lets you skip a fight if you’ve already fought the enemy. The story is interesting and keeps your attention until the end.
Overland is the best Apple Arcade RPG if you like survival games set after the end of the world and road trips. In the story, a car full of people who survived a natural disaster drives across an America that they don’t recognize. Now it’s up to you to stay alive.
You’ll have to look for food and supplies and avoid monsters while trying to get as much stuff as possible. A big part of the game is exploring, so get going!
Imagine a game that is like a mix of Runescape, Elder Scrolls, and Monty Python. You’ll get the funny action game Apple Arcade RPG Battleheart: Legacy, which lets players fight monsters by tapping their phones. Dialog trees with branches give you a lot of ways to tell the story you want to tell.
Battleheart: Legacy will probably make fans of the old version of Runescape miss it. This Apple Arcade RPG has a blocky 3D art style that looks a lot like the early 2000s MMORPG craze.
The Last Campfire
The Last Campfire is a cute RPG/puzzle game for Apple Arcade in which you play as a creature that helps people get to the afterlife. Each lost soul is connected to a different problem. As you help these souls, you’ll visit many different places with strange creatures and beautiful scenery.
Even though there aren’t many RPG parts in The Last Campfire, fans of the type can still find something to like about it. It makes me think of the first problems in The Legend of Zelda games. And the interesting setting is a big part of its charm, making it a game that goes above and beyond what people expect.