Armello for PC
PC - Windows, Mac, Linux


Sep 1, 2015
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About this game

Developer: League of Geeks
Content Rating: Everyone10+


You, play as a 'Hero' from one of the four animal clans: Rat, Rabbit, Bear or Wolf. Players navigate their fully animated 3D character across the board as they quest, scheme, explore,Vanquish monsters, perform the Mad King's royal edicts, and face off against other players, with one ultimate end goal in mind — storming the palace and becoming King or Queen of Armello.

System Requirements


  • OS: Windows 7 or later (64-bit)
  • Processor: Quad-core 2.5GHz (SSE2)
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 11 SM4.0 capable GPU with 2GB VRAM
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 4 GB available space


  • OS: Windows 7 (64-Bit)
  • Processor: Dual-core 2.0 GHz (SSE2)
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 10 SM4.0 capable GPU with 1GB VRAM
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Storage: 4 GB available space

Critic Reviews

11 Reviews
Steven WongSep 02, 2015
Games generally last for about 20-30 minutes, depending on how well (or poorly) players do. The intensity ramps up very quickly, which is crazy, because no game that's this cute should be this stressful. Playing is both a joy and infuriating, depending on your back stabbing/stabbed ratio. In either case, I found myself wanting to go back for more.
Paul TamburroSep 14, 2015
I enjoyed my time with Armello, as did the friends I played it with. While it doesn’t quite compete with some of the compelling tabletop games I have played over the past couple of years—and it’s marred by some confusing design choices that stand to stifle some of its more unique features—if you and a group of friends enjoy tabletop games but struggle to find the time to meet up and play them, then you’ll likely find Armello worthy of your time.
Rowan KaiserSep 09, 2015
To be fair to Armello, any turn-based multiplayer game struggles if the players you’re competing against are slow or incompetent. The big problem is that even when it works smoothly, there’s nothing special about Armello beyond its style to elevate it beyond passable. But if anything goes wrong, and its limited communication in multiplayer makes it far too likely that something will, Armello has no safeguards against becoming incredibly boring due to isolating its players from each other.


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