Warpath Wiki

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  • Category: Games
  • Last Updated: 2021-07-19
  • New version: 2.03
  • File size: 870.84 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. and Android 4.4. KitKat or later



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Warpath is an iPhone and Android Games App, made by Lilith Games. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Lilith Games, with the latest current version being 2.03 which was officially released on 2021-07-19. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 26946 Reviews on the Apple App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.7 out of a possible 5 stars.

Video Manual: How to Use the Warpath App

How does it Work?

Follow your Warpath in this real-time strategy war game. Only the most ruthless and cunning Commander has what it takes to emerge victorious. Will you cower in the shadows, or face your enemies head-on?


Plan out your attack and in engage in epic Real-time battles on iconic maps.

●Use skill and strategy to battle to the top.

●Target your enemies with calculated maneuvers.

●Move your bases to build, occupy strongholds and expand your territory.

●Reign supreme on the battlefield to gain strength and mount more forces against hostile targets.


Max out your loadout!

●As you play Warpath you will unlock and earn characters, weapons, and gear.

●Lock and load with the biggest and baddest guns, tanks and aircraft; and establish an army ready to wage war on the global battlefield.

●Customize your units by assembling, disassembling, modifying and upgrading.

●Then test your loadout in the thrill of real war as you shoot down your enemies.


Authentic campaigns brought to life!

●Command your units through rugged terrain and urban landscapes to track down and defeat your enemies.

●Along your Warpath you’ll meet allies who make the missions more dynamic as you complete objectives and move on to more challenging stages.


Top quality HD gaming on your phone, with thrilling 3D graphics and sound.

●Experience the thrill of commanding war, in the palm of your hand.

●Each chapter takes a different direction, coupled with a hard-hitting plot and cinematic gameplay. Explore the terrain by plane and use this to your advantage.

●Zoom freely and teleport to different cities around the world with your allies. Join global alliances around the world in the fight for glory.

Have you got what it takes to crush the enemy and liberate nations around the world?

Will your tactics play off?

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PlayWarpath/

Discord: https://discord.com/invite/playwarpath



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Top Reviews

  • By ZAY FAM

    After HQ 20

    The game is solid build conquer join a alliance take over other nations all that great stuff but the small issue is the supply drop from ravens it could be a bit better when coming to that higher lvl it’s a bit backwards because as the lvl goes up for the more higher tier loot it’s very little and makes the grinds seem pointless but the reason it’s a five stars is because I love the story and the graphics also it’s not stupid expensive it’s some that’s fair paced and if you do have the bread for the game well you will be just be one big target but the game need more tanks like the super heavy an heavy need more variety on them and the planes need to come soon too because if their was more variety in selection of tanks and a troop buff too the mini fort this game will be solid maybe not gold but it can forge its self close enough to that status in due time and it’s the first game like this from all others I’ve played empire no city etc that ain’t a straight money drinker I hope the devs keep this same thought process three to five years out I can see this game doing good things in the long run

  • By Resrved_Reality

    Not bad

    For one of dose games that you constantly get an ad for its not bad it promotes what it says it dose 1. You get the experience you wanted of this ww2 theme 2. You can constantly keep playing it, it’s not like when you get off and stuff you can literally keep playing cause it rewards you materials constantly 3. It’s pretty easy you got to think like you in the battle you may struggle a few times but you’ll eventually get the vibe going and you can sail through it. Btw to dose who think oh the draw system get free draws and stuff not gonna lie your not gonna get that constant luck but when you assemble things to make them better it gives you draws so you have a lot of chances. To be honest whoever reads this give it a chances I thought anybody find it but my voice ain’t loud you don’t have to listen to anything I say but it’s up to you I forgot to mention the community just don’t pay to much attention to them till you get through the whole campaign cause there gonna be pretty toxic

  • By EngineerSmith

    Great game but…

    Please… PLEASE change how the people in your add say Katyusha. I don’t know if it’s just because I’m bilingual but it’s just silly how they say Cat-Yusha. But aside from the adds this game is great. I love how the only thing you have to wait on is the research and production time. Unlike other games that are similar where you have to wait for your HQ to finish then this specific building to be finished. It’s just “you got the resources. Building upgraded.” The way that you can fly solo for some of the things and have to rely on alliances is a great thing. It makes Player to player interaction a smooth and very productive aspect of the game. And while there are micro transactions. Quite a lot of them. The game is 100% playable without them, while you might have a harder time it’s nothing spending a little more time then the people who pay. All in all it’s a great game would 100% recommend if you just like history and being a hoarder. Or if you actively want a cooperative experience.

  • By Icarus300

    Just another P2W

    I’ve been playing this game for about three weeks and loved it. Loved (pas-tense) It is now quickly becoming just another P2W game designed for the ones that have the deepest pockets. Great, I understand your not in this for your health. How else would you be able to justify the improvements that you no doubt make every day. Here’s the problem, there are probably more people playing this game that don’t have thousands of dollars to sink into a game that quite frankly gives nothing in return other than the shear enjoyment of battling other alliances. Some you win some you lose, but at least your on a level playing field. Sadly this is not the case since you changed the travel system. Now, factions with members ten times the power can invade a low level city and wipe them out within minutes. Where’s the challenge in that? Low level players still spend money, probably more combined then your high spending whales. If you want everyone to enjoy this game i suggest this. Make the game board a tier system where if you are over a certain power you are only allowed access to corresponding city levels and above. Example, if your power is below 3000K you have access to cities lvl 1 and above. Below 8000k lvl 2 cities and above and so on. Now everyone that has unlimited funds can spend to their hearts desire and play with the big boys.

  • By 3ITH3N

    Response to people who thinks it’s unfair

    The simple fact that this game allows you to regain your troops and build back your durability on your base so quickly valences out the fact that you don’t have a “bubble” to protect yourself. The name of the game is grab territory. If your bubbled then it makes it impossible to trap any territory and creates an ultimate exploit to stop anyone from ever being able to take any territory. This locks all military nodes and the capitals from being re-taken. Your don’t lose hardly anything when your destroyed and you don’t spend days recovering from a single attack. Nor do you spend a week spending money on troops and resources just for someone whose more powerful that you to take it away. The money you spend in this game forever lays into your progress and can’t be wiped by other players. You always keep your progress. That’s why I play this game.

  • By ProfessorShotgun

    I hate this game!

    Honestly, I thought I was downloading one of those boring games that are swarming the app store and I was going to play around with for a short while and then delete it. I was wrong. I’m stuck, addicted in a way, I check it like a kid and am consistently looking at my phone for the purpose of advancing further in the game. Now it’s only been 3 days so far and a prt of me hopes that I continue this fun experience further down the line. However I have an inkling that “subscription” or “pay to advance” will stalk its way in at some point, then I will give in for a bit but if insistence kicks in I will delete it. Fingers crossed that it doesn’t, but it has only been 3 days, you never know. So yeah, I hate this game. I hate it because I can’t stop playing and my time is too valuable as I work in wall street. And every second counts.

  • By funstix21

    Flawless.. Fair.. Perfect..

    I am speechless.. The graphics are unbelievable for a mobile game and there are little to almost zero bugs and glitches. But most importantly this game takes care of free to play players, you can progress fairly fast without spending a dime. And there is no ZEROING, meaning if you get attacked by a P2P player you don’t loose anything except your units and your base will get moved to a random location so you can’t get hit again. You have designated gatherers so you can collect resources without wasting marches. You can pay to upgrade your troops and buildings but that is completely up to you. Imagine all of your typical RTS games except fine tuned to perfection, that game is WARPATH. Download now! You won’t regret it. This is the best RTS/RPG I’VE game out on IOS so far. Thanks Lilith for making such a great game. Please keep us surprised with new updates.

  • By MFitzgerald11

    I’m not into mobile games, except this one.

    I’m usually pretty turned off from these types of games, but I decided to give this one a try as I liked the theme and I’ve been bored at home. The dialogue and characters are cheesy but the gameplay is a lot of fun. Building an army from nothing, base building, a little bit like COC, but your base is on a real time world map with other players building and growing around you in real time as well. There’s also a fog of war that you have to uncover to see where a lot of people are, and it has a grid based system like Civ. The first few chapters are really easy to complete to get your base and troops up to speed, but once you join an alliance and actually start wars, it’s so much fun! If you see this review, feel free to join my alliance, [D4RK] Legion!

  • By Dismissed_13

    Great game

    This game is great to play, it’s fun, non competitive when you first start. The community is great. The overall graphics is amazing for this mobile game! I am happy that there is no bugs that I have noticed and I have been playing for 2 days now. Everything seems to be intact and well created. Haven’t really seen P2W players yet, and hope to not see that. The purchasable items in the game seem balanced, nothing seems to be overtaken, so props to that. If there would be one thing to add to the game that’ll be the chat system. I wish there was a way to lock into one chat bar, instead of clicking chat then having to choose alliance. Maybe this feature is added and I just need to explore the game but that would be cool. Another thing would be maybe more details in the map overlook, so far just looks like grass and just your buildings for attack, maybe add a little more scenery than the basic green look of grass. Overall a great game! Props to the creators.

  • By MysteryDerp

    Loved it till...pay to play players (extreme)

    Please think about the free to play players, they make up a large part of the community, and we do know that pay to play are important for income and it actually makes it fun also. But there is a limit to it when it becomes simply impossible to keep up. Even other pay to play player can’t keep up because that one person simply has unlimited funds. Please put a cap to how much a person can spend per day to get ahead because it is not fun when a person has 12mil power and the 2nd strongest player in your city has 4.5mil and considering how the power strength is actually exponential to the number, it would be imaginable that he stronger by tens of time. It is imaginable that you may have not seen this coming but there are many that do spend ridiculous amounts of money like that, that ruins games. If you would like to have an active player base and stay on the top of the game store rankings, I recommend thinking of the little guys who make up the majority. I do like your pay to play system, it charges more than most other games which keeps the game very balanced for the most part, but a cap needs to be instated, including all cities because that is what happened on my game, the level 12 player came over from another city, and I can not see banning the movement of player from city to city in this game except from a level 2 city to a level 1 city.

  • By jwhitt9107

    Great idea for games like this, but slow progression and the toxic community really ruins it

    I’ve tried and played a lot of games like this, and have given them all a fair shot. It has a great idea for games that have a similar concept, build a base, train your army, resources, research, form or join an alliance. I’m not here to complain about the game being pay to win, even though it is. It’s a free game people, expect any of them to be pay to win. Unfortunately I lost interest in this game because of a couple of things. 1: the progression gets slow fairly quickly. 2: the community is very toxic and will destroy your troops and base for no apparent reason. Before you say I’m being a crybaby or something, I understand it’s a war game so expect to get attacked, but there isn’t a way to defend your base from getting attacked. Every other game like this has a feature to bubble yourself from getting attacked if you want to be left alone and automatically expires if you want to attack someone else. Developers: please take a note from Top War. I’ve been playing that game for a while and have spent no money on the game and have made a ton of progress. Paying money should only feel like an added benefit. You shouldn’t be bringing players in and they notice that the progression is too slow so they feel forced to spend money

  • By 1tankdestroyer

    Basic MMO

    For an MMO it’s decent great idea, ok execution. What I can’t stand it the passing off of real history or research these game like War path and Rise of kingdoms claim to do in their adds when it’s obvious it’s only a basic understanding. I keep getting adds from the game claiming they did their research that’s why German ranks are better the allied and Russian tanks... I’m sorry but if you did research you’d under that not only was allied tanks decent both American, Britain, and USSR had weapons and tanks they could and did compete and even outclass German tanks. The Pershing, Firefly, and T-34-85 being more then adiquet threats to a tiger tank. Not to mention when the Sherman came out it was the best tank on the battle field having better gun and armor then the pz. 3’s and pz. 4’s they went up against, and even then the US improved them to help them deal with the big cats. Obviously they too more casualties then the German tanks, but in general an attacking force will take more casualties then a defending force. Not to mention tanks like the KV-1 and KV-2 were better then German tanks even during the start of the German invasion. Or the entire IS serious that was at least as good as any German heavy tank.

  • By Defcon106

    Another disappointment

    I was really hoping this was a real time strategy game like advertised. I was hoping for something like classic Red Alert where you can actually choose how many of each unit you want and strategize how you build your base. Unfortunately, this game is the same as every other mobile base building cash grab out there. The enemies are scattered around the map in little award nodes rather than an actual base and the units are upgradable cards. Unlike a normal rts where you build an infantry guy, he dies and you build another one, instead you get an infantry guy you keep upgrading and rebuilding the same unit of six guys who all act as one. There is almost no strategy involved in the battles, you just select all units and attack while they automatically do everything. You can’t move them in a certain order or flank or anything. How do you get new units and tanks? Well, a slot machine gatcha of course! How else could they farm money? This is just another cash grab and really disappointing, I really wish a developer would make a real RTS for iOS, this tap a button, get reward gameplay is boring, uninspired and greedy. This might as well be clash of clans. Graphics look decent though.

  • By The knights who say neewom

    Mobile strike clone

    Not too long ago you may remember a game named Mobile Strike. It made the exact same format, using the exact same way of extracting money From players, and got boring after about 4 hours of playing. This game is going to quickly become a cash grab because not only is it extremely time consuming to upgrade buildings, as well as resources being extremely expensive. But hey, on the bright side you can fix that by going into the in game store and buying whatever you might need. If you are looking for an rts that is extremely fun and has great graphics I would recommend turning to Steam. Although I’m aware a lot of you are elementary or middle school kids that aren’t capable of getting jobs to buy expensive equipment like computers. I would still recommend 4 games that just do this game, but better. These games are Company of Heroes 2, Men of War Assault, Wargame: Red Dragon and Hears of Iron 4. All of these games I have put at least 500 hours into and have become fluent in and cannot recommend them more if you want a good strategy game to play. If you don’t like them you could still get a refund.

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