Age of Apes

Age of Apes

The world of humans has ended; the Age of Apes has begun! Monkeys are at war to launch Rockets into space in search for… bananas! Become part of the strongest Horde, fight other apes and be the first monkey to explore the galaxy!

Glorious gifts await those brave enough to battle in Age of Apes!

Manage your outpost, build an army, become the most powerful monkey of your Horde and lead them to war in this free MMO strategy game!

Use great new social tools to cooperate with your Alliance members, share game screenshots and personalize them with cool stickers!

Watch our in-game TV channel reporting live game news, and covering your own actions!

Explore a world of fascinating ruins, steal, fight, and strategize to bring your Rocket to victory!

From defeating White Mutants to stealing precious resources from other Hordes, you can contribute to your monkey Horde in many ways and be the hero of all primates!

What will your strategy be to win this post-apocalyptic space race?

Age of Apes Links:

iOS Link:

Android Link:

Company: TAP4FUN

Genre: Games, RPG

Rated: 12+

Offers in-app Purchases

Hey Casual Gamers!

When the world is tired of humans (or when we do ourselves in) it’s possible that another species could take over.  What would happen if that that species was apes?

Well, if Planet of the Apes has taught us anything, any human still lingering around will find hyper intelligent apes roaming the Earth.  Age of Apes offers a post apocalyptic world that’s been drowned in radiation void of humans.

Is this new world of Apes worth your casual time and phone space?

Keep a trusty banana with you and brave this casual review!


Join a plucky group of Apes to rebuild the world!

Age of Apes follows the Ape leader Scott on his adventure to reclaim the lands back from mutated apes.  While there have been advertisements about this casual app for a while, there’s a bit of trickery when describing the gameplay.

False advertisement aside, there’s a ton of value as far as gaming in Age of Apes.  What starts off as one way to play branches off to multiple games into one.  Build a city, fight monsters via battles, shooting mutants, and collect bananas from other apes to gather resources to build your city to withstand the stronger mutants.

With groups to join and a huge world to clash against other groups, those looking for that casual app with alot to do, can find it here.


Gather heroes and power up skills for devastating attacks!

Age of Apes look is on par with the advertisements floating around the internet.  While some of maps can get crowded, there’s no lacking of solid artwork.  Each of the hero Apes look solid and come with their own animation and flashy attacks many casual players expect from a hero based game.

Maps are massive and quest logs are helpful navigating to where players need to go.  Colorful menus also help with showing off artwork new heroes looking to be added to the roster.

If anything will make players open this casual app again and again, it would be the way heroes interact with their environment.


Build critical infrastructure to save your city!

The other great detail of Age of Apes is the Voice Acting.  It’s very rare to find a casual app that’s fully voiced in every aspect.  It’s a great way to keep players involved into the story.  While it’s not the best dialogue in the world, it’s still compelling enough to at least let characters voice them out.

That said, grinding without sound is doable without missing anything major.  As the level of cities and buildings get stronger the absence of sound doesn’t really bother me.


Take down lairs to save Ape hostages!

Age of Apes has alot going on! Instructions are plenty however, and  with the various modes of play there’s a good feel of what to do before the action starts.

The quest log is absolutely essential when it comes to navigating where to go and what to do.  Adjusting buildings can feel a bit tricky, but at the same time notifications on top of buildings can help with collecting rewards and upgrading.

Seriously, if there’s a sense of being lost, look to the left and touch one of the quests.  There might be some free resources to grab!

The Power of in-app Purchases

Buy a builder to keep the city moving while offline!

So, this is where I’m a bit torn.  Age of Apes has a vast amount of options to choose from.  With that, there’s waaaay too many ways to spend your hard earned cash.  Buying additional builders, heroes, and even resources can add up quickly.

A saving grace is that there’s a massive amount of free resources!  Make sure before temptation takes a swipe at your hard own coinage, search and obtain all free resources given.

It’s not all guarding your funds, as there’s various options and low price points to boost combat power.

As a casual player, always look before you leap, and make sure it’s a purchase that goes a long way!

The Verdict

Always look for sales, they are abundant!

Overall, this is a casual app for those who want to do alot in one app.  Age of Apes has the tactical gameplay for those looking for battles, and enough mini games for those who get bored easily.  Should one part of the game slows down, it’s rather simple to pick another section to excel while timers wind down.

The story is actually solid enough to want to know what happens next.  If you are looking for a new causal obsession to dive your time into, check out Age of Apes.

Already have a massive amount of heroes and want to show off?  Drop a comment in the section below and let us know what’s your favorite setup!

Happy Gaming, and as always, keep it casual!

Age of Apes Overall Score: 5/5

Age of Apes Links:

iOS Link:

Android Link:

Company: TAP4FUN

Genre: Games, RPG

Rated: 12+

Offers in-app Purchases

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