Shogun's Empire: Hex Commander

Contains adsIn-app purchases
4.0
27.9K reviews
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Teen
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About this game

The Empire of Japan is tearing itself apart. Fights are constantly breaking out between its provinces. The reign of your clan begins — become Shogun, ultimate ruler of the Medieval Japan.
Shogun’s Empire: Hex Commander is a turn-based strategy game with multi-layered gameplay mechanics.

MASTER ECONOMY AND DIPLOMACY ON A STRATEGY MAP
Choose from dozens of campaigns built around 15 historical clans. Conquer provinces and gain access to new type of units and strengthen your position in the region.
Make alliances, declare wars and maintain your honor level to get better prices and respect amongst your neighbours.
Create a strong economy and provide food for your troops, upgrade provinces to ultimately build an unstoppable army.

LEAD YOUR ARMY IN TACTICAL BATTLES
Recruit ashigaru, well-trained samurai or elite ninjas. Create an army that suits your tactics. Choose from melee soldiers equipped with yari, various sword wielding units, ranged troops with various bow types, rifles, and more. Utilize cavalry to fight in the open battlefields or dominate with high-powered cannons during castle sieges.
Your soldiers gain experience during battle and become more effective and deadly. Each army is commanded by a general that boosts morale and provides additional bonuses like army size and combat skills.

IMMERSE YOURSELF IN MEDIEVAL JAPAN
Japanese voice-overs, detailed units and landscapes with dynamic seasonal cycles and an art style, influenced by historical paintings, will help you to feel the atmosphere of the Land of Cherry Blossoms.
A user-friendly interface with contextual tips and hints will help you to learn the rules in no-time and enjoy the game at its max potential.
Updated on
Apr 28, 2022

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This app may share these data types with third parties
Location, Financial info and 3 others
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 4 others
Data is encrypted in transit
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4.0
27.9K reviews
Incredibilis Man
October 18, 2020
One of the better games I've played on mobile. It's a pretty good experience, at the higher difficulties. The other clans will come for you. They will use their superior tech, numbers, and a bit of tactical smarts to destroy you. You have to be smart and aggressively expand to fight them back. It makes for a real challenge. If you want a challenging tactical experience, play the higher difficulties. Which, to the dev's credit, they let you do right after the tutorial.
183 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
May 28, 2019
First, if y'all didn't already know, every game HNG puts out is awesome. This game seems to improve upon the mechanics of its predecessor. It does two things which I love. 1. It expands strategy to not just be on the battlefield, but on the whole war campaign. Very few games do this and it's awesome. 2. It makes casualties matter. When I played Fantasy Heroes, I challenged myself to have no [or at least minimal] casualties. In this game, minimizing casualties is key in winning the war.
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Home Net Games
May 28, 2019
Outstanding review, thank you for the feedback much appreciated
A Google user
April 22, 2020
Very cool game. Works well and has some good strategy in, but it's not hard to master. Has in game tutorials, few ads (and it's cheap to have them removed). You can have the gameplay last a while longer by trying to beat your own scores (months to goal). If it had a multiplayer aspect, to compare scores or even play with friends, it'd be absolutely perfect. A better, more challenging AI would also be a great addition, because one can simply predict *all* their moves, making it extra easy.
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What's new

Version 1.9 changelog:
– Bug fixes and improvements.