SteamWorld Heist

SteamWorld Heist for Pc

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Download and install SteamWorld Heist on your Laptop or Desktop computer

If you want to install and use the SteamWorld Heist app on your PC or Mac, you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We have worked diligently to help you understand how to use this app for your computer in 4 simple steps below:

Step 1: Download an Android emulator for PC and Mac

Ok. First things first. If you want to use the application on your computer, first visit the Mac store or Windows AppStore and search for either the Bluestacks app or the Nox App . Most of the tutorials on the web recommends the Bluestacks app and I might be tempted to recommend it too, because you are more likely to easily find solutions online if you have trouble using the Bluestacks application on your computer. You can download the Bluestacks Pc or Mac software here

Step 2: Install the emulator on your PC or Mac

Now that you have downloaded the emulator of your choice, go to the Downloads folder on your computer to locate the emulator or Bluestacks application.
Once you have found it, click it to install the application or exe on your PC or Mac computer.
Now click Next to accept the license agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application properly.
If you do the above correctly, the Emulator app will be successfully installed.

Step 3: for PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and look for its search bar. Once you found it, type SteamWorld Heist in the search bar and press Search. Click on SteamWorld Heistapplication icon. A window of SteamWorld Heist on the Play Store or the app store will open and it will display the Store in your emulator application. Now, press the Install button and like on an iPhone or Android device, your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
You will see an icon called "All Apps".
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the icon. Click on it and start using the application.

Step 4: for Mac OS

Hi. Mac user!
The steps to use SteamWorld Heist for Mac are exactly like the ones for Windows OS above. All you need to do is install the Nox Application Emulator or Bluestack on your Macintosh. The links are provided in step one

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SteamWorld Heist Software Features and Description

10/10 - Touch Arcade: "A genuine must-have. Don't miss it." 10/10 - US Gamer: "Everyone should play" 9/10 - Pocket Gamer: "Excellent 2D strategy" In SteamWorld Heist you command a steam-driven pirate crew in a series of epic tactical shootouts. It's turn-based strategy with an action twist: You manually aim the guns of your robots, allowing for insane skill shots and bullet-bouncing action! As the captain you will board, loot and shoot your way through enemy spaceships. Overcome the challenges of the vast frontier by upgrading your recruits with unique abilities, weapons - and even stylish hats! Available languages: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish and Russian. Key features: - Strategy focused on skill rather than chance - Procedurally generated levels - 15-20 hours of playtime, followed by New Game+ - Kind to newcomers, deep and challenging for veterans - Soundtrack by Steam Powered Giraffe Recommended devices: iPhone 5, iPad 2 or any newer iPhone or iPad with iOS 8 or higher.

Top Reviews

  • Turn Based Action Strategy RPG

    by AmesMoore
    Taking cues from games like XCom and Borderlands, Steamworld Heist is a sure winner. The developers were able to take what we love from from these influences and simplified the gameplay. Beloved characters who die in missions come back when you return to your ship, weapons have special abilities (which provides for more angles on strategy), and there is loot, loot, and more loot in the form of treasure, hats, and perk-like items that gives your favorite character an edge on baddies. Missions become evermore challenging and when the game is completed, you are offered another go around with the plus mode (allowing you to keep what you've earned on your previous journey). The game is flawless, which makes it absurd for me to possibly ask for more without feeling guilty. However, I would GLADLY pay more money to see the DLC's ported to IOS! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! PS- I would also purchase Steamworld Dig in a heartbeat if was available on this platform. If you love games, strategy, or just a fan of developers who will actually listen, you'll want to follow Image and Form Games. Check out Steam if you're like me and just CANNOT wait for more!
  • This game is a gem.

    by E=ME2
    This game definitely is one of the best games in App Store. The experience is great, I judge that by if I would play a game through nonstop. I spent seven hours to finish the game, nonstop. It reminds me Jagged Alliance a lot. They are all great turn based tactical games. But compare to JA, Steamworld Heist’s system is much less sophisticated. For one thing the dev chose side view, it makes the game completely 2 dimensional. And since units can not stay at ladders, the game space is shrunken too much. But JA uses 30 degree view, and units can go up to roofs, that makes JA 3 dimensional. So strategy part is much wider. JA also uses a well designed motion point system. In this system, shooting costs motion points just like walking and other actions. Spending more points makes aiming more accurate. This is greatest system I’ve ever seen. But STeamworld Heist uses an oversimplified system, which makes the strategy much less variable. I don’t know if there are certain reasons why iOS games could not reach the same height of PC games. I just don’t want to give any iOS game 5 stars. They are not worth it yet.
  • I wish I bought this a long time ago

    by Faithor
    The price always drove me away. There was no way I would pay $9.99 for an iPhone game. I even have a hard time considering $4.99 for a mobile game. Mainly because the games these days are such lower quality than the early 2000s. Now days it's common to pay $40 for a game that is only entertaining for a couple days. Where-as console games back in the day like Nintendo 64, GameCube, ps2 would last for months, sometimes years. Anyway, it wasn't until I lost the use of my left hand due to cancer that I needed to find one handed games. And when this went on sale I just got desperate for a game so I bought it & surprisingly, if I knew how much fun this game was I would have gladly paid full price a long time ago for it. I've been playing for days and it keeps getting better. Now I'm just hoping it lasts a long time because I dont want it to end. But yea, if you are debating to get it based on price, it's totally worth it. High quality, no bugs, really fun.
  • Completely Addicting!

    by Fanty & Mingo
    Don’t let the 2-D scrolling platform dissuade you: This is a rich and fun turn-based romp thru a robot-space-pirate-steam-punk world with an awesome soundtrack (available on Apple Music: Yay!). Procedurally generated levels, reactive enemy AI, and a seemingly endless loot table of “rare” weapons and gear make it infinitely replayable. And then there’s the hats. When a rare, as yet uncollected hat adorns the head of an enemy, you will risk everything to spend a turn shooting it off rather than deliver max damage. I’ve played thru on “experienced” “veteran” and “elite” difficulties, and still want more. Elite is ruthless. But in a good way. There are just enough RPG elements to let you invest your imagination without option paralysis. The shared inventory size doesn’t allow for nostalgia over your early gear. While loading-out for a mission, each crew member gets to equip only 4 things. Each has their own ability progression, but no choices to leave you pondering options. The variety comes from which members you develop by taking them on missions. The only technical glitch I’ve encountered is that sometimes after playing a good while (an hour or 3), the sound effects track goes silent. Restarting the app restores it. Otherwise rock-solid. Can’t wait for the sequel!
  • Beautiful.

    by Selppaekili
    The game boasts a very in-depth fun tactical side scrolling turn based shooter! Gameplay is like X-com but sideways with its own little twists. There's one thing that some games these days I feel lack, and it's style. The game feels and looks wonderful, runs very smoothly on my iPhone 6s. (no battery draining here, doesn't feel like it anyways). Last but not least the music is great, it weaves everything together and really immerses you into the world. The game has released on most consoles already, and has been greatly reviewed by multiple sites, so to have a taste of this gem on mobile is quite the treat. Support the developers! We don't get premium games like this often with our oversaturated f2p games. Here's to hoping they port the dlc content somehow, would gladly pay more for that should it come around! 🍺
  • My I-phone GOTY

    by Silent Suzie
    This game has been seamlessly designed to stylishly inhabit an app niche and feed on-the-go cravings for quality game play that can be satisfying for a few minutes or a few hours. I never wanted to be a space cowboy, but I love being a space cowbot. The tone of the game is somewhat whimsical like any good RPG, but has an understated comical flavor all of its own. I'm a sucker for good turn-based strategy, especially when it comes to apps, since you're rarely free from distractions when stealing away to play on your phone a moment. The difficulty level was so well balanced that I never had to grind, yet always felt challenged. When failure happened, I was torn about whether to replay the mission or run a couple easier ones and come back with better guns. On all occasions but one, I was able to refine my strategy and succeed, which was an incredibly rewarding experience. Different members of your team get different weapons and skills. Realizing their strengths and weaknesses is key to identifying the niche they fill and creating a cohesive team. If you're hesitating to risk the money, ask yourself if you want to waste your time playing another IAP shitshow, or do you want to enjoy your free time?
  • Pay once and play perfection

    by Robert Douglas McMillan
    Amazing pay once and play game, one of very few in the App Store. Most of the games on here are pay to win, and that just kills it. This game costs money, but you will have so much more fun on here than any other game. I would love to see a second game to the series, or maybe even some more work for the developers. Great work, I would love to see a multiplayer aspect possibly as well. A turn system similar to the way the game works would be perfect. Either live or else payed over an extended period of time. 10/10 would recommend to anyone looking for a fun game to play that you can just enjoy without consistent annoying ads telling you to buy things. Well done, look forward to your next game.
  • Worth the money. A quality game

    by DonB1
    The game is fun. Stage 1 is fun because you have to learn the mechanics of trick shots. Stage 2 is tough because the enemies are far tougher. After that is gets very easy because the characters you play with are fully buffed with abilities. But the enemies are more varied and you find more crew. I also like that at any level you can change the games difficulty level. How nice is that! Cons are the replay value is “why bother?”. You do not get any areas new to explore or new abilities / stages to unlock after winning the game. There are 5 difficulty levels as I mentioned, so a bit more on that now... The “experienced” is the standard medium. Anything less challenging and the game is too easy and goes too quick. “Veteran” is like a hard mode. “Elite” is a I am a glutton for punishment and abuse mode, especially in the beginning of the game. But as stated, the replay factor is not there so after the first run through you likely will not want to invest the hours to play again so my suggestion is try the hardest level first and scale back if it’s too difficult. You lose nothing this way during first play through.
  • I love this game!

    by jeffsoko
    Steamworld Heist is a great game. I picked it up because I had played SW Dig and loved it. The gameplay is completely different, but if you played Dig you should have a good idea what to expect as far as lore. It takes place in a wild west type outer space universe (think Firefly). Heist is super polished and the art and animation are both dripping with flavor. Gameplay wise it's like Worms but with large levels you can easily traverse. Controls are spot on and the game is easy to pick up (but not so easy to put down). I've only just beaten the first map, but it feels like the game should be pretty replayable. If you're thinking about picking up the game - jump in head first, it's worth every gallon (you'll get it later).
  • What?

    by R_U_Kidding_Me!
    I loved this game every second of it the only problem I had with it was the new game plus and all it does is reset the story and all you keep is the characters that you got over the story and they are all level 1 again which to me is stupid the hole point of a new game plus is to go through the story and destroy everything in your path but I loved the game over all and when I was read the comments I have no idea what they are talking about I have a super new IPhone and I had no trouble at all with anything and reading the comments saying the game is overwhelming and hard to understand for me because I understood it extremely well and I think it was worth every penny

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