This War of Mine Reviews – Page 12

5/5 rating based on 116 reviews. Read all reviews for This War of Mine for iPhone.
This War of Mine is paid iOS app published by 11 bit studios s.a.

This is a great game despite crashes


This game never used to crash for me until recently but it is still a wonderful game. I thought the crashes would change if I played it on my iPad yet it still happens. The game is great but please fix it. I love this game so much.

Doesn’t work!!!


I read the reviews and I bought it thinking it was worth it but it wouldn’t download!! I want my money back!!!!

Tough but worth it


4th try, made it to day 28, then I let him die. I’ve played nonstop for the past 3 days, but it’ll take a while to come back after this.

An idea


A good thing that should be in this game is some kind of custom mode where you can add any character in game to you team. This would be great.

IPhone X


Excellent game, but steel doesn’t work for de iPhone X screen. How much time we need to wait?

2 stars for constructive criticism.

xKoAx Tucker

I have this game on pc, when my players are slightly wounded I let them sleep for the entire day and entire night and they are usually better after being useless for 24-36hrs. This game on the phone is not so like that. I have survived for 13 days using 1 character feeding 2 lazy slightly wounded players. 1 has been wounded since the start of the game the other was hurt in a raid on my house. They have been bed resting literally for 13 days now (maybe 10-11 for the other, since they didn't happen exactly on the same night.) I think this is entirely uncool to have these characters be deemed useless without expensive meds for a slight wound, mine as well let them starve to death which I am considering, just letting them go out and get shot to death or something. They're useless anyway eating all of the dang food and doing nothing. PLEASE Fix this & you'll have my 5 stars. I am also going to be buying frost punk, I know that is a game you're involved in & I am a supporter, just this small thing involving slight wounds not healing without induced surgical methods being involved for a sliver.