The award-winning RPG series comes to your mobile phone! One of the most beloved Dungeons & Dragons interactive adventures ever, Baldurs Gate set the standard for character development and storyline. Explore the treacherous dungeons of the Forgotten Realms where treasures are plenty, magic & monsters abound and fantastic adventure awaits.
A Brand New Adventure!
Baldurs Gate for mobile is a totally new D&D adventure, based in the Forgotten Realms and written specifically for the mobile platform to maximize the fun and challenge.
A Massive World
Explore seven levels of the Forgotten Realms, including over 15 quest and sub-quests.
Dozens of Character Combinations
Create your Baldurs Gate player-character, choosing from four character races and five character classes. What you create will ultimately impact how your adventure unfolds.
Develop Your Character
Distribute attribute points amongst 6 different traits when creating your character then improve those attributes as you experience the adventure. How you develop your character will truly impact the game play!
Battle Monsters; Befriend Allies
Interact with all types of non-player-characters, including merchants, clerics and more…or battle 19 different types of monsters, from Drow to Liches.
Pick Your Weapon
Depending on your character, choose from melee and range weapons…or cast spells and feats. There are over 30 in all.
Buy and Sell Items
Merchants can let you improve your characters Armor Class, Health or Weapons store instantly…assuming you have enough gold. If not, you can always offer a trade…it cant hurt to ask!
Awesome game - classic d&d. Wish it had more levels, but it lasted for awhile.
Great game, beware of getting stuck in the trees and not being able to get out. Only way is to start game over again.
This game is absolutely rubbish. I downloaded it to find dodgy graphics, sound, gameplay, ... The list goes on. I was initially excited that there were so many different ways to customise your character, but these don't have any noticeable effect on the gameplay. A poor 2/10.