Elder Sign: Omens

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4.1
10.3K reviews
100K+
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

“GAME OF THE WEEK” - G4TV.com
TOUCH ARCADE - 4.5 out of 5
148APPS.COM - 4.5 out of 5
GAMEZEBO- 4.5 out of 5
BOARD GAME GEEK - 3 out of 4

The tense excitement of Elder Sign is now available for Android! Elder Sign: Omens places you in control of up to four intrepid investigators, as they fight to keep all-powerful Ancient Ones from invading our world through a museum’s arcane exhibits!

*Build a team of unique investigators*
*Explore an ever-changing museum*
*Face challenging arcane tasks*
*Save the world from absolute destruction*
*Expand the horror with two exciting in-app purchases*

Can you stand against the impending arrival of a malevolent Ancient One?


While Elder Sign: Omens brilliantly conveys the spirit of the Elder Sign dice game, a few noteworthy differences were adopted to optimize the mobile play experience:

-A limited number of available Ancient Ones streamlines the game play experience while offering adjustable levels of difficulty. Face Yig in normal mode, Azathoth or Tsathoggua in hard mode, or Cthulhu or Ithaqua in very hard mode (in-app purchases required to face Cthulhu and Ithaqua).
-A number of subtle changes increase the peril of defending humanity. For example, the random negative effects drawn every midnight are more challenging, and the frequency of “no effect” results has been decreased. Monsters have likewise been altered to make them more difficult.
-Finally, there are no Ally cards in Elder Sign: Omens, which further streamlines play while increasing the overall challenge.
Updated on
Feb 11, 2019

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4.1
10.3K reviews
E.T. Smith
July 12, 2022
Flawed both in its basic game design and as a translation of that design into a mobile format. As a game, luck factor is annoyingly high, it's rather common to lose a match simply because of a run of too many randomn bad effects at once. As an app, accessing information from the board and about character's is inconvenient, impeding informed choices. As is typical of Fantasy Flight Games, too much focus goes into showing off pretty art rather than practical game play.
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A Google user
September 19, 2018
The graphics on this are really impressive for a cell phone game. There are some relatively minor differences from the tabletop version and it is harder. But for whatever it's worth, I have not lost on easy, and win about half the time on medium and hard. It helps to find the right strategy and combination of characters. :) But sometimes even then you get unlucky with dice rolls.
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A Google user
March 8, 2020
Good game but a difficult game. An undo button would be nice for if you accidentally start an adventure, use the wrong item, etc. Having your money displayed beneath your sanity and stamina would be good. Most importantly I would like to be able to instantly concede an adventure when it is lost, like if you don't have enough glyphs left to possibly win. Instead you have to keep dragging glyphs one at a time until you fail and this wastes your time when you know it's over for you already.
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What's new

Fixed black screen startup issue with Android 8+ devices.