50 Games Like Tryst for IOS iPhone

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Rome: Total War, Army Men, and Auralux: Constellations are our top selection to play today.

The latest addition in this selection are Rise of Civilizations released the 20 September 2018 and ranked #5, Viking Village released the 24 April 2018 and ranked #26, Craft Warriors released the 22 April 2018 and ranked #27.

50 Games like Tryst for IOS iPhone, daily generated comparing over 40 000 video games across all platforms.
This suggestion collection includes real-time strategy games. The order in this selection is not absolute, but the best games tends to be up in the list.

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Tryst is a competitive Real Time Strategy Game that provides a unique, fast paced spin to the established strategy model.

1# Rome: Total War - 2016

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Turn your screen into an exhilarating battlefield with thousands of troops, from legionaries, spearmen and archers to cavalry, chariots and war elephants. Embark on an historic conquest of Europe, North Africa and the Near East as one of 19 formidable factions including Egypt, Gaul, Britannia, The Greek Cities, Macedon and Spain.

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2# Army Men - 2017

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Every conquering army needs a great leader. Even the plastic ones! Take control as the sergeant in the field, leading your men into the heat of battle in this tactical action game.

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3# Auralux: Constellations - 2016

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Auralux: Constellations is the awaited sequel to Auralux, the critically acclaimed minimalistic Real Time Strategy game. Explore a dozen new gameplay mechanics through each constellation, one new feature at a time. It's Real-­Time Strategy, deconstructed.

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5# Rise of Civilizations - 2018

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Seamlessly transition between the world map and detailed views of buildings in your city, perfect for strategizing your next move. Use your heroes to lead troops, set out on expeditions, participate in joint attacks, and defeat your enemies with overwhelming force!.

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6# MonstroCity: Rampage! - 2017

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Fight the evil genius Dr. Spotnik with your monster squad in this epic city building strategy game. Play with wacky monsters inspired by pop culture and use their unique abilities to destroy other cities. Create a defense strategy, and build turrets and traps to minimize the damage from attacks by opposing monsters.

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7# Dawn of Steel - 2015

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Experience Dawn of Steel: A gorgeous world with stunning FX rendered in full 3D Fine-tune your attacks with direct unit control Intuitive swipe mechanics for devastating special attacks Four powerful Rigs with wholly unique abilities Hundreds of different customization options Unlock and conquer new territories across a dynamic world Build the perfect base, balance your defenses, and crush your opponents Take control of immensely powerful mechanized walkers called Rigs as you raid enemy bases, and claim their resources as your own. According to our Terms of Service, Dawn of Steel is allowed for download and play only for persons 13 years or more of age, or with explicit parental consent.

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8# XCOM: Enemy Unknown - 2014

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XCOM: Enemy Unknown will place you in control of a secret paramilitary organization called XCOM. As the XCOM commander, you will defend against a terrifying global alien invasion by managing resources, advancing technologies, and overseeing combat strategies and individual unit tactics. The original XCOM is widely regarded as one of the best games ever made and has now been re-imagined by the strategy experts at Firaxis Games. XCOM: Enemy Unknown will expand on that legacy with an entirely new invasion story, enemies and technologies to fight aliens and defend Earth. You will control the fate of the human race through researching alien technologies, creating and managing a fully operational base, planning combat missions and controlling soldier movement in battle.

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9# Clash of kings - 2014

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Clash of Kings is a mobile massively multiplayer online strategy game developed and published by Elex Tech in 2014. The game has been one of the top grossing apps on the App Store (iOS) and Google Play since its release, and has also had a number of high-profile international celebrity endorsements. The game was downloaded more than 65 million times during its first year on the market.

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10# Crush Your Enemies! - 2016

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Go back to the awesome glory days of Real-Time Strategy games. Crush Your Enemies has everything you love of the genre: Planning, choosing different types of units, managing resources, taking enemy territory and outwitting your opponent with the ingenious formations of your men.

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12# Autumn Dynasty Warlords - 2014

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Manage your empire turn by turn: manage cities, construct buildings, raise armies and engage in diplomacy and espionage. Fight your battles in real time: use simple gestures to direct your armies and turn the tide of battle with special abilities.

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16# Battlevoid: Sector Siege - 2017

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Battlevoid: Sector Siege is an epic straight into action real-time space strategy game, in which the world has been built to deliver a lively battle field; and the action is never more than just seconds away at the start of every game.

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17# League of War: Mercenaries - 2016

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Engage in an all new kind of global battle for domination - as your enemies deploy units, you must respond accordingly to attack and defend, putting your military strategy & tactics to the ultimate test. As a Mercenary commanding powerful armies for your League, battle for lucrative contracts and collaborate with your Alliance to dominate the battlefield. Build your army using sophisticated military technology, join other players in the multiplayer warzone, and fight futuristic wars in a stunning post-apocalyptic world.

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18# REDCON - 2016

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Command your own battle fortress! Assemble the mightiest artillery force and bombard your foes into oblivion! Lead the Empire State offensive against Traitor General and his foul rebellion.

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19# Machines at War 3 - 2013

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Real time strategy game featuring over 130 different types of units and technologies, 21 campaign missions with characters and an intriguing story, unlimited random map skirmishes with many customizable settings, network multiplayer to challenge your friends, and so much more in this RTS!

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20# Summoners War - 2014

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com/forum/main-forum/summoner-s-war *** Features [Strategic Gameplay] Witness the dazzling display of each Monster's unique skills! * Save (READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE, WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE) : Used to change the profile picture and to attach photos when sending messages to friends on the Com2uS platform on devices with Lollipop (OS 5.

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21# Battlestation: Harbinger - 2015

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Battlevoid: Harbinger is a hard sci-fi space exploration game blending roguelike, turn-based, star map strategy, and real-time space battles. You are a young commander venturing out into enemy territories, to unknown galaxies, never knowing what you will face as you jump out from hyperspace.

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22# Worms 4 - 2015

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Worms 4: Mayhem is an artillery strategy game in the Worms series developed by Team17. It is much like its 3D predecessor Worms 3D, except that players can customize their worm's appearance (hats/helmets, glasses, facial hair, gloves/hands) as well as create their own unique weapons in a new feature called "The Weapon Factory." Unlike previous Worms games, Worms 4: Mayhem provides cutscenes before each story mission to reveal background information. The game also has additional game modes, such as Challenge mode, which presents the player with various challenges (e.g. infecting enemy worms with a poison arrow) which the player must attempt to complete.

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23# SIEGE: Titan Wars - 2017

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Collect and upgrade remarkable cards, including legendary warriors, devastating spells, and enormous Titans. Battle players across the globe in online multiplayer battles to claim Victory Points Open chests to unlock new cards, upgrade your warriors and strengthen your Titans Collect and level up your collection with dozens of cards Build the perfect deck to defeat anyone who dares meet you on the battleground Form a Clan to share cards and build your own SIEGE: Titan Wars community Watch your own replays or those from top players to analyze their tactics While SIEGE: Titan Wars is completely free to play, some in-game items can be purchased with real money.

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24# Army Men Strike - 2017

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Lead your green army soldiers, remote-control planes, rubber ducks, transformers and many other toys to defend your bedroom, hallway, living room and backyard against the invasion of the Evil Legion! Upgrade and promote your green army soldiers, flamethrowers, snipers, tanks, artillery units and many more troops of various types to teach your enemy a lesson!.

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25# Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch - Tyranid Invasion - 2015

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Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch: Tyranid Invasion is a turn-based strategy game, set on the edge of Imperial space, where your Space Marines will take on the Tyranids in a series of tactical engagements. LEVEL UP: Gain experience points on missions and spend them on your Space Marines to unlock powerful skills and abilities.

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