We’ve seen plenty of hit board games translated into strong touch experiences, but
Antihero is something different: it plays like a board game, but it’s a purely digital creation. And it’s a darn compelling one, too, as Antihero pairs a winning, cartoonish Victorian aesthetic with a game that challenges you to do a lot of very bad things for your own personal benefit.
Antihero is all about infiltrating and taking over the criminal underworld of a town, as you establish a thieves’ guild, recruit urchins and thugs, and steal, bribe, and kill to your heart’s delight. It’s a turn-based affair, so it’s perfect for asynchronous, play-on-your-own-time battles with online pals, or you can jump into real-time matches or play through a solo campaign.