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9 Games to Play If You Enjoyed Diablo Immortal

Blizzard Entertainment’s newest mobile action RPG, Diablo Immortal, was finally released last June. It has great combat gameplay, amazing graphics, and a fun Diablo experience to play right on your smartphone.

However, if you had your fill and want to try another game similar to Diablo Immortal, or you have reached a paywall if you are a free-to-play player that does not want to spend much in microtransaction, then hopefully, we can help you find another action RPG in this list.

1.  Crashlands

Type: Premium

Cost: $6.99

Platform: iOS and Android

Crashlands does not look like Diablo Immortal at all, however, we included this on the list because of its fast-paced hack-n-slash combat that is akin to Diablo Immortal. Plus, its cartoony visuals, funny humour, and fun survival gameplay with a decent crafting and building system made the game worth playing on mobile.

For the price of $6.99, it is not a steep price for almost unlimited replayability.

2.  Eternium

Type: Free

Platform: iOS and Android

Eternium is heavily influenced by Diablo, and you can easily see it in the game design. Pick one out of the three heroes that are packed with so many abilities and you unlock them as you progress. Be on your way to venture into dungeons and forests and fight skeletons, zombies, and many more. Plus, it has endless generated levels, which adds to the replayability of the game.

It is a free indie game with not so many microtransactions, and definitely an optional route for those who want to enjoy the game without using any money.

3.  Grimvalor

Type: Premium

Cost: $6.99

Platform: iOS and Android

Grimvalor is different from Diablo Immortal as this one plays as a hack-n-slash side scroller with a mix of platforming. However, it is on this list because it simply has the same vibes as Diablo Immortal, a dark fantasy world with fast-paced combat.

Visuals, gameplay, and lore-wise, this is like a mix of Castlevania and Diablo with all the suitable mechanics blended in Grimvalor.

For android users, you can play the first two acts before it prompts you to buy the whole game for $6.99. Unfortunately, for iOS users, you have to buy the game before you can play it.

4.  Book of Demons: Tablet Edition

Type: Premium

Cost: $9.99

Platform: iOS

Book of Demons: Tablet Edition is a homage to the original Diablo game that we had years ago. It may not be very similar to Diablo Immortal, but it is a fun and unique game with lots of replayability.

It has different classes like Warrior, Rogue, or Mage, each with its own unique abilities. Also, the animation feels like a Dungeon & Dragons session is being animated right in front of you. It has a unique addition as well like utilizing cards as your skills.

5.  Hero Siege: Pocket Edition

Type: Premium

Cost: $6.99

Platform: iOS and Android

Hero Siege: Pocket Edition is a pixel art hack-n-slash game with roguelike and RPG elements.

Randomly generated levels, relics and loot that you can grind as you play the game, and with more than fifty varieties of enemies, there is so much to do in the game. Additionally, there are sixteen playable classes, and you can play with your four friends to explore dungeons together.

6.  BladeBound

Type: Free

Platform: iOS and Android

BladeBound is probably the game closest to the action RPG Diablo Immortal.

Although the story may be very generic, it simply ticks all the boxes for an enjoyable action RPG. It has good graphics, and fun gameplay with different loot and artefacts to build up your character.

If you are getting too tired from playing Diablo Immortal, then BladeBound is a particularly good alternative, and it is free.

7.  Almora Darkosen

Type: Free

Platform: iOS and Android

Almora Darkosen is a retro action RPG that is more similar to Diablo 1 and Diablo 2 in terms of visuals and overall atmosphere.

It has 100 quests including the main storyline and side quests. There are also 1500 items that you can loot. Moreover, it has a crafting system, which gives a lot of replayability as you play the game. There is a premium version of the game, which can be bought to turn off ads, but it is optional and the ads do not really hinder the game too much.

Also, have we mentioned that this game is made by one developer? Yup, you read that right!

8.  Titan Quest: Legendary Edition

Type: Premium

Cost: $17.99

Platform: iOS and Android

Titan Quest: Legendary Edition is the best Diablo-like game, or even better. Emphasis on Diablo, and not Diablo Immortal as the base game was first released way back in 2005 (2016 for mobile), where its gameplay closely resembled the first two Diablo games on PC.

It is packed with content and expansion packs that will probably take up 100+ hours of your time. Plus, if you are a major fan of different mythologies, then you will love this game. It is not a perfect game by any means, but it is one of the best action RPG games that you can play on your smartphones.

It has a steep price as it is a big game, and the base game would cost less, but it is better to get this version as it consists of all the DLCs released for Titan Quest.

9.  AnimA ARPG

Type: Free

Platform: iOS and Android

AnimA ARPG is a great alternative if you do not want to pay to get Titan Quest: Legendary Edition. It is free and unlike Diablo Immortal, it does not have too many microtransactions. Anything that you can buy from the game is optional.

You can grind equipment and level up your character without worrying that you may hit a paywall, especially when you are trying to fight powerful bosses as it even encourages you to explore the map and grind for better equipment.

Despite being released in 2019, AnimA ARPG is still being actively updated by developers for new events in the game.



There are many action RPGs right now for smartphones that pay homage to Diablo as their primary influence, and players can easily install and play them on the go, which is utterly amazing.

What do you think of our list? Did you find something that you may want to play in the future? If you have any suggestions, then let us know in the comment section below.


This article was an original contribution by Sarah from the site OffGamers. Check out the site for all your gaming needs!

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