359 reviews
Content rating
Everyone 10+
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About this game

Feud is a turn-based strategy game made by some guys you haven't heard of yet. Originally a board game designed by Dave Cordell, it's been polished and tweaked and generally mucked about with to bring it to the glowing screen you're reading this description on. Unless you printed it out? Think of the trees. Please.

Imagine chess, but on a four-by-four grid, where pieces are swapped rather than moved, each piece has its own special ability and--

OK, not so much like chess. What you can expect is a highly condensed little abstract strategy game which is easy enough to learn but quite tricky to get good at. The AI still beats us sometimes. The computers are winning. Please get good at Feud so we can beat them.

Feud is free to play and has full cross-platform play between Android, iOS, PC, Mac and Linux. This means you can play Feud at your boring job, then on the bus on the way home from your boring job, then on your computer at home while you recover from your boring job.

Please note that we do not recommend playing Feud during your commute if you walk to work, especially if you live in a city with lots of open manhole covers which is pretty much what I imagine New York to be like. I dunno, I've never been.

I'm not very good at this. Sorry. Anyway, look, the game's free and only a couple of hundred megabytes. You might as well, really.
Updated on
Apr 1, 2024

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Ratings and reviews

342 reviews
Eric Feinstein
June 18, 2021
It's a great, original game! Graphics are extremely polished. Importantly, it distills down game play well for a phone's form factor, and is simple to both play one handed and to pick up and put down. Problem is rules need more fleshing out. They get too restrictive; an isolated piece can't be used at all cuts off a lot of plays. Also, black always first gives the AI a leg up. And you should be able to choose all pieces' starting positions, not just king (AI does). I'd pay, just not subscribe.
2 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
September 15, 2019
A surprisingly captivating puzzle game that I really enjoy. Sort of a unique blend of an rpg and a chess game if that makes sense. It's a bit outside of my usual comfort zone these days as I tend to struggle with focus, multitasking and details. However I really like Fued. It's pretty challenging for me and certainly complex but not to the extent of being so frustrating or disappointing that you give up. It's actually very rewarding. Just give it some time and you will catch on.
20 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
May 28, 2019
An entirely free to play strategy game that's easy to pick up and difficult to master. It runs on anything, and if you log-in you can use the same account across PC, Mac, iOS and Android. My favourite touch is that you can adjust the tendencies of opponent AI (Aggressive, Defensive, Sneaky), so there's more variety.
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What's new

We've added a few quality-of-life improvements, many of which were suggested by the community - thank you!
- Auto-advance now defaults to on.
- You can now deselect the currently selected piece by tapping outside the board, or on an invalid piece.
- The app now asks for notifications permission at the appropriate time, and fixes notifications on Android 13+.