Game of Thrones: Conquest™

Game of Thrones: Conquest™

By Warner Bros.

  • App Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2017-10-17
  • Current Version: 1.12.232025
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 160.29 MB
  • Developer: Warner Bros.
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 10.0
App Ratings: 4.5
Based on 26,685 Reviews

Game of Thrones: Conquest™ App Description

Westeros is at war. Great houses clash, dragons rule the sky, and the army of the dead threatens the realm. Live out your fantasy and join the war. Build your house and raise your army as you navigate a dangerous political landscape. Based on the award winning HBO series, Game of Thrones: Conquest allows players to become a Lord in Westeros and define a strategy for conquering the Seven Kingdoms. Winter is here and your enemy’s army will not wait to clash swords. Wage war and join the battle today to capture the Iron Throne! A TRUE GAME OF THRONES EXPERIENCE “In the game of thrones, you win or you die.” - Cersei Lannister -Become a lord of Westeros: Build your great house, create your sigil, and Fight for the Crown -Interact with key characters from the hit HBO series including Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, Petyr Baelish, Cersei Lannister and more. -Capture 120+ iconic Seats of Power like Winterfell, Castle Black, Dragonstone, and King’s Landing -Navigate the dangerous political landscape using the innovative Allegiance System to live out the fantasy of claiming The Iron Throne and -winning the Great War THE SEVEN KINGDOMS WILL REMEMBER YOUR NAME “It’s the family name that lives on. It’s all that lives on.” - Tywin Lannister -Build your house and claim your territory to rise in political influence -Raise your army and clash against rival lords to capture iconic Seats of Power -Defend your strongholds, as each Seat of Power endows you with military and economic upgrades -Dominate the map, clash with your enemies, and spread your influence MAKE KINGS RISE AND FALL “Fight every battle everywhere, always, in your mind. Everyone is your enemy, everyone is your friend.” - Petyr Baelish -Master the innovative social system that allows players to recruit bannermen, fight wars alongside your allies, and live out your fantasy of ruling The Seven Kingdoms -Claim the Iron Throne - In a dynamic political world, choose between deception and loyalty as you shift your allegiances -Reward those loyal to you with titles like Hand of the King and Master of Coin as you build your Small Council -Bestow Seats of Power to your allies granting them special military and economic advantages Only in Game of Thrones: Conquest can you become a lord of Westeros and navigate the dangerous political system as you Fight for the Crown. Interact with key characters and capture iconic locations from the award winning HBO TV series. Dominate your enemies by using an innovative Allegiance System that allows you to recruit your friends as bannermen as you rise to take The Iron Throne. LIVE THE FANTASY - PLAY NOW AND FIGHT FOR THE CROWN! Join the conversation: ™ & © 2017 Home Box Office, Inc. ™ & © Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. (s17)


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App Reviews

  • Review

    By #Nick21
    This game is sort of waste of time, requires user to spend outrageous amounts of money. You have no rules as you get attacked every day and have no shelter or resources and troops. Don’t recommend this game to anyone that wants to have fun and enjoy a game.
  • Fun, but serious issues

    By Prncssp
    The game is fun and addicting - mostly because of the social aspect. There are glitches galore and people lose tons of time and resources. It is definitely the most expensive war type game that I have ever played. It’s easy to get sucked into buying packs and crying about your bank account later. When a big glitch happens (most common one I see is someone shields and then it disappears before it should) and a person loses everything, they are not usually compensated. A guy on my team spends money and he got a few thousand gold for it (DOESNT MAKE UP FOR LOSSES) and another guy doesn’t spend a dime on the game and he wasn’t given anything. It’s ridiculous. Game Of War is the same exact game and much much much cheaper without the bugs.
  • GOT: conquest

    By madampixie
    Very addicting! I can’t get enough of it!
  • Disappointed

    By Boomer!
    I’m sorry to say if your not willing to put a lot of money into this game, you will be constantly zero’d. There is little you can do about if unless you spend money. I loved the idea of playing a game of thrones based game, but unfortunately this is just another game that requires a lot of cash to compete. :(
  • Great Game, Stupid Resource System, Money Grab

    By A.S. Washington
    For the graphics and gameplay, this is a solid, run of the mill war-strategy-mmo, with a Game of Thrones design and story line slapped on top. From that aspect it’s just as good as Kingdoms of Camelot, Game of War, Age of Empires etc. They’ve also gotten the social aspect down and that’s a plus. Because of the story that George Martin wrote, the game has many areas where it can progress and grow for game Life and player engagement. Where this game is weak, is where it forces players to need to spend real money in order to progress. I’m not complaining, I don’t mind spending as much as $500 a month on a game to stay ahead of most playing and be a feared player in a strong alliance. The problem is that the spending doesn’t equate to being able to upgrade reasonably. There are resources in this game like Keystone, Brick, Soldier Pine, Pale Steel shards that are very difficult to get at a reasonable rate if you don’t spend money. Recently the game makers actually cut how much Keystone you can get in a $100 pack by half from 400 to 200. My next keep upgrade is 552, and in game rewards have only given me 7 keystones in the last 3 days. That’s means I’d need to spend $300 just to go up one keep level. This wouldn’t be so bad if it were just this fact and the events provided enough, but they don’t. You have to spend money to get stamina to continue to participate in events. The problem with stamina is that you are limited to 100. As you upgrade your keep from 1-21 (which is where I am) your max stamina doesn’t increase. Stamina regenerates at 1 stamina every six minutes. This means it takes 1h and 30 minutes to get back to 15 stamina where I need to hit creatures. To get to 100 takes about 6 hours. So the need for stamina increases (I’m hitting lvl 21 creatures which take 20 stamina) so I I want to acquire materials mentioned above I have to spend gold which is what I get from spending real money. Again, if it were just this it would be okay. What also happens is the basic resources like wood, food, iron, and stone don’t provide enough resources over a reasonable time to upgrade buildings that can range anywhere from 6 million to 58 million. But these resources are needed across the castle and it’s easy to run out. Games like this survive when nonspenders and spenders can both progress and in game production should be able to help those who don’t want to or can’t spend to progress. That’s what Supercell got right with Clash of Clans. You can still get there, through time, but here you will never be able to catch up at all. This game isn’t even a year old and they’re talking about merging servers already. People can’t even hoard resources long enough in an abundant amount to foster interactions for looting/farming. So yes I’m a spender. But this game will die if the only way for me to upgrade is to spend money. Players are quitting fast and my server is barely 2 months old. Hope these guys fix it. I would have given this game a 5 if this issue wasn’t the case. I really want to love and play this game, but even for me who doesn’t mind spending $200-$500 bucks on a game doesn’t see the advantage of my spending if I can’t actually complete the upgrades I spent the money for. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I’ve been away from the game over a year and there’s still no change. To progress in this game, you have to spend money. For free to play players, it is nearly impossible to upgrade. It hasn’t changed, so if you don’t want to or can’t invest $1-$20k, don’t even bother unless you just love game of thrones.
  • Great game!

    By lostsinz
    Great game so far. One of the best strategy games I’ve played on mobile.
  • Game of Thrones

    By MotherGriffin
    This game is not as fun as it used to be. WB will not give proper support to players when glitches and game malfunctions occur. The cost to continue to play the game continues to rise, yet customer support is far less than it used to be and WB does not appropriately address player losses and concerns.
  • Meh

    By Johnnys got Bananas
    So I played this game for a little over 2 months. Its completely geared to who can spend the most money. In order to have any “power” in this game you easily need to spend $200-$500. With that said some people spend over $2K. No real room for FTP. However, my negative review is towards the glitches and customer care. I was attacked and lost all my troops when I was suppose to be protected under a peace shield. So I lost the $200 I put into the game for no fault of my own. Now I understand glitches happen but customer care gives me 12K in gold (which is next to nothing and other players routinely get 40k in gold for smaller problems) and says sorry this is all we can do. No word back from them after writing severely times. Guess I didn't spend enough to matter, oh well.
  • Don’t waste your time unless you have $$$ to drop

    By Valkyrie Lady B
    This game was a lot of fun at first. It is catered to big money spenders. Unless you have a lot of money to blow, I wouldn’t even start playing. It’s crappy too because the more you level up, the more expensive the game becomes. Unless you’re dropping money (and I’m not talking about just a few bucks) you will become stagnant in this game. Not worth it.
  • Paid players harass free players

    By josephdk23
    This game started out very nice with very few “wars.” However, the developers have created a very hostile game environment which allows paying players to bully and harass those players who do not. The game also hits a point where you are forced to pay real money in order do anything with your town. This is a terrible use of the Game of Thrones license.