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  • Publisher: Ubisoft
  • Genre: Strategy
  • Device: Universal
  • Size: 158.0 MB
  • Version: 1.6.6
  • Price: Free
  • Average User Rating:
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App description: Little Raiders is a wonderful mixture of adventure, combat and building experience. Build your village, raise your army of Raiders, recruit unique heroes and equip them with legendary weapons.

5/5: I am really enjoying this game. It is a delightful change from many other games!
5/5: It's games like this that are just too awesome! Super addictive, always fun to play and the levels are challenging!
5/5: This game is just beautiful, the gameplay is easy there is a lot of content so it will keep you playing for weeks!

And many more players loving this unique and incredibly polished game!

FEATURES:
5 Heroes to rescue and train
15 different buildings types to create your own village
200+ weapons to collect and equip on your Raiders
5 Special Powers to master
Hundreds of missions to get awesome rewards
Epic Boss battles
Craft your own weapons and produce the resources your need
Dozens of enemy types
3 Regions to conquer
Play with friends
Over 80 Game Center Achievements to complete!
Supported languages: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Japanese, Russian, Korean, Brazil/Portuguese & Simplified Chinese

Join the adventure now!

PLEASE NOTE

Little Raiders is free to play, you can choose to pay real money for some in game items which will charge your iTunes account. You can disable in-app purchases by adjusting your device settings.

Were really sorry, but Little Raiders doesnt work on iPhone 4.
We tried very hard to accommodate this device, but we werent able to create the experience we want you to have.

Disappointed? Please contact our customer support and let us know.

Having issues? Try http://bit.ly/LR-FB
01-23-2014, 05:44 PM
#2
Joined: Jun 2009
Posts: 11,623
Game Impressions


01-23-2014, 07:02 PM
#3
Joined: Jul 2012
Location: U.S.
Posts: 2,468
Just started playing this one. So far I'm liking it.
01-23-2014, 07:28 PM
#4
ACCOUNT CLOSED: Officially Quit iOS Gaming
Joined: Mar 2012
Posts: 1,874
aaaand another game I like the look of, but can't play because it's freemium. Meh

Last iOS game I bought: 6/1/15
01-23-2014, 07:30 PM
#5
Joined: Oct 2009
Location: Greenville, SC
Posts: 8,253
Not sure about the freemium model but think I'm breaking out the NZ account to try this out.
01-23-2014, 07:58 PM
#6
Joined: Jun 2009
Location: UK
Posts: 824
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mene View Post
aaaand another game I like the look of, but can't play because it's freemium. Meh
Mate, I have to say you are on a losing battle! Paid apps are dead in terms of number of downloads these days so this is the only way it's going to go. You are going to miss out on a hell of a lot of games if you don't ever want to budge from your stance. I totally know where you are coming from but surely for your hobby, if you can enjoy a game, it's worth putting a bit of cash in?

And hey it's free to try and get a feel for if it fits with what you deem reasonable for the amount of entertainment you might get from it. In this case it can't be as bad a sink as one of those lame MMO's so you should be OK
01-23-2014, 10:36 PM
#7
Joined: Jul 2013
Location: Pinellas, FL
Posts: 1,718
Quote:
Originally Posted by Baracus View Post
Mate, I have to say you are on a losing battle! Paid apps are dead in terms of number of downloads these days so this is the only way it's going to go. You are going to miss out on a hell of a lot of games if you don't ever want to budge from your stance. I totally know where you are coming from but surely for your hobby, if you can enjoy a game, it's worth putting a bit of cash in?

And hey it's free to try and get a feel for if it fits with what you deem reasonable for the amount of entertainment you might get from it. In this case it can't be as bad a sink as one of those lame MMO's so you should be OK
Very reasonable comment to Mene here. I agree with you.

I also respect Mene for keeping such a strong stance against Free games. Though I'm not exactly sure what he's cutting off (Glyph Quest is free to try but $1.99 to unlock the full game). I just hope premium games are NOT becoming dead. I'd like to think as iOS gaming becomes more mainstream, consumers will become tired of the freemium model that made King and Supercell filthy rich.

There are still plenty of premium games that come out, and some that seem to use this free to try model that Glyph Quest and others use.

I personally am down to try a free game because if it sucks or is unreasonable, it's gone.

That said, my NZ account is getting some use tonight...

Last edited by ScotDamn; 01-24-2014 at 04:00 PM.
01-24-2014, 12:28 AM
#8
Quote:
Originally Posted by Baracus View Post
Mate, I have to say you are on a losing battle! Paid apps are dead in terms of number of downloads these days so this is the only way it's going to go. You are going to miss out on a hell of a lot of games if you don't ever want to budge from your stance. I totally know where you are coming from but surely for your hobby, if you can enjoy a game, it's worth putting a bit of cash in?

And hey it's free to try and get a feel for if it fits with what you deem reasonable for the amount of entertainment you might get from it. In this case it can't be as bad a sink as one of those lame MMO's so you should be OK
i disagree , and i will keep ignoring freemium games and buying premium to be part of this uphill battle

with games like oceanhorn / battle supremacy / sky gamblers / Scallywags / coloursheeps / Pinwar / kinghunt / Tinywing HD / Deus Ex / Kingdom rush / castle raid 2 /
and all the games from forsaken media with cross platform mutiplayer & icloud save synchronize of IOS +OSX , i dont think freemium is the only way out
01-24-2014, 02:35 AM
#9
Joined: May 2012
Posts: 238
I am loving this game!
The art is great. Loving the tactical element of the raids. Really fun so far! Earning plenty of currency just by playing.

I don't understand the hate for free games. If it is done right, what's the problem? Tiny Tower for example.
If you don't like it just delete it. If you do like it , throw the dev's some cash so they can feed their kids. There are many "premium" games that are garbage, yet you had to pay for them. There are many freemium games that are just cash grabs, just delete them.
In the end, it is less about the payment model and more about the developers. I support good developers, and that includes many point on the spectrum between free and paid.
01-24-2014, 03:01 AM
#10
This looks great, hope it releases in Europe soon.