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The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands (iOS)

by Xigma Games

Build, discover, craft and survive.

Build your settlement in a snowy encampment and manage workers and resource to survive monster attacks during nights. Slowly you will gain access to advanced buildings and crafting options, discover and trade with new civilizations and discover the secrets of the ancients.


> Build your own settlement and manage the in-depth simulation
> Survive dangerous monsters and harsh weather
> Beautiful snowy landscape with minimalist aesthetics
> Discover something new with every passing day
> Game Center leaderboards and achievements

The application The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands was published in the category Games on Mar 07, 2018 and was developed by Xigma Games. The current version is 1.0. To download, install and play The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands, your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch will need to be on iOS 8.0 or higher that have at least 336 MB of free phone memory. We'd recommend you read the app's reviews before buying or downloading to see what other people say about this app.

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  • Aaronpan12!!

    The game is great

  • Johnnyboy Curtis

    This game feels like it could have been organized a bit better to provide a simpler way of managing units. It’s like if you were trying to play Starcraft but you can only control one unit at a time. It’s not the most efficient way of playing. It’s nice to look at though.

  • skuban

    A pretty version of A Dark Room that falls down on discovered item description. When you make a break through sometimes there is an onscreen comment about what it can do (don't miss it because there is no way to see it again) others are just 'You can now make X'. I understand the purpose of not laying it all out, but there also needs to be some way to know if X is better than Y. For instance, is a sickle better than an axe in a fight? Should every guard have the latest weapon or is a weapon mix preferable because some weapons are better against certain enemies? No way to know. There are enough variables like guards being tired or 'brave' or not all running over to fight (bug?) that trial and error isn't that definitive on WHY you succeeded or failed (e.g. guard died).

  • Clash 4 pow3r

    Beat the game at day 50 and it was fun doing it on the first try, the game mechanics and the way it runs smoothly is wonderful! It was worth the $4 and my time. Hope you guys can add some add on features or second part to this as I would love to keep playing this for days to come!

  • Fedor..

    Pretty fun but very short lived. The ending is weak and combat is lacking. The strategy is surmised by how fast you can navigate the interface.

  • Ghdvkfxv

    I spent money on this game with the idea that I was getting a high quality game that I could play for a little while, but the game is too short and easy. I only played on hardcore mode and after a week of playing it I beat it. It’s not worth the price tag. It’s also a reminder why it’s just not worth it to pay money for iPhone games.

  • Jake2322

    This game is expensive and ends WAYY to quickly I bought and beat it in like two days. It’s just a constant grind to collect resources and villagers but your villagers die every night because there is constant attacks and when they die you lose their stuff which is a waste of resources. There’s literally nothing to this game at all. Don’t buy it.

  • gustavochicas92

    It’s a nice game, nice mechanics, but very short .

  • Ratinggamer889

    This game takes a long time to save up material. It SHOULD reward the player after saving up. What happens is you save up for armor and weapons and a big monster comes and kills about 10 of your guards. You do NOT get the armor or weapons back from your fallen guards. This makes progressing so hard because after your guards die you, if you make it through the night then you will for sure die the next night. I play this game for about 6 hours, it has great music and art but the fighting mechanics need a lot of work. This is NOT worth paying for...

  • Hellham

    The art is decent but the gameplay is not anything I would describe as fun. Not worth paying for and not worth recommending.

  • TrentU

    This game is really fun. I love build and survive games, and tgis one really hit the spot. However, there's a number of bugs, and the game needs to be polished up more in general. The ending is a bit anticlimactic, and the game is kind of short for it's price. Despite this, I do recommend that you play the game.

  • Jdavis891

    Awesome game, no in-app purchases. Best game on iphone in a long time.


    The game was fun for quite a while and I had no complaints at all. Except today I got to the end of the game. it sucked, it was probably one of the laziest endings I had even seen. It was actually pretty poorly made and didn’t even have anything to do with the game. It was just a guy in a cloak killing a dragon. When they both fell off the cliff and died it said “Victory” and it ended like that. So yeah I’m pretty disappointed but other then the end of the game it was great!

  • slipperydolphin

    The game was fun and would make the game even better is if you would add more different paths within the game and maybe have a little extra after the ending. The fact is we spent money on this game and it just did’t have enough features to be a really good game 6/10

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