Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced

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3.79K reviews
Content rating
Everyone 10+
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About this game

Neverwinter Nights is a classic Dungeons & Dragons RPG— enhanced for Android! Explore 100+ hours of gameplay including the original campaign, plus six free DLC adventures. Play solo or team up with friends for a grand adventure across the Forgotten Realms.

Check out details on the latest update here:

Optimized for Tablets
Recommended for phones with screen sizes of 7 inches or larger

Neverwinter Nights (Classic Campaign)
Shadows of Undrentide (Free DLC)
Hordes of the Underdark (Free DLC)
Kingmaker (Free DLC)
ShadowGuard (Free DLC)
Witch’s Wake (Free DLC)
Adventure Pack (Free DLC)

Re-engineered UI
Virtual joystick and context sensitive button makes gameplay easy
UI Scales automatically or can be set to your liking

Cross-Platform Multiplayer
Adventure with friends!
Cross-play support includes compatibility with mobile, tablets, computers and consoles
Join persistent worlds, with community-run campaigns and up to 250 players

Improved Graphics
Pixel shaders and post-processing effects make for cleaner graphics and visuals
Adjustable contrast, vibrance, and depth of field options

Neverwinter Nights (Original Campaign)

You find yourself at the center of intrigue, betrayal, and dark magic in Neverwinter Nights. Journey through dangerous cities, monster filled dungeons and deep into uncharted wilderness in search of the cure for a cursed plague ravaging the city of Neverwinter.

Shadows of Undrentide (Free DLC Expansion)

Another adventure begins in the updated expansion, Shadows of Undrentide! Charged by your master to recover four ancient artifacts, travel from the Silver Marches to unravel mysteries of a long-dead magical civilization.

Hordes of the Underdark (Free DLC Expansion)

This expansion continues the adventure started in Shadows of Undrentide. Journey into the ever-more bizarre and hostile depths of Undermountain to challenge a gathering evil.

Three Premium Modules (Free DLC)

Discover over 40 hours of new Dungeons & Dragons adventures across the Forgotten Realms in these premium modules for Neverwinter Nights:
- Kingmaker
- ShadowGuard
- Witch’s Wake
- Adventure Pack

Updated on
Oct 20, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
Personal info, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

3.24K reviews
A Google user
December 23, 2019
This is a decent shot at a mobile port. Unfortunately, while it runs well, it does not play nicely with small screens. Any time the keyboard is pulled up, the box to type into is almost unreadable. I feel like it needs a pinch to zoom feature. In addition, the touch screen additions make using a mouse and keyboard more difficult. Plus, they mean hacks have to be used to run the game on Samsung DeX (PC mode when plugged into a display). If you don't have a tablet, you may want to wait.
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Michael Davenport
December 9, 2020
Okay so its literally Neverwinter Nights, but its on your phone. Gameplay is identical to how it is on PC. The UI has some very minor design changes to facilitate playing on a touchscreen but I've never felt like I had to struggle with it, its very natural. One request: this has no support for DeX mode, which came as a surprise considering that this game was ported from desktop PCs. Being able to use the classic PC interface when a mouse/keyboard is detected would be very convenient.
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Jason Dillinger
February 14, 2022
The game is no different than the original computer version in 2000 in terms of gameplay, with a few exceptions. But this isn't a bad thing, they have updated some of the character models, remastered some of the dlc, and the game runs smoother now than it ever has. The game was buggy back in 2000, the devs have done unparalleled work with this game, it's worth the money, worth the try. I don't have the world's fastest or most updated Android, yet the game runs well with graphics on almost high.
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What's new

- rebuilt with latest Android libraries
- fixed 2 memory leaks