Deus Ex GO

Deus Ex GO


  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2016-08-18
  • Current Version: 2.1.3
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 279.27 MB
  • Developer: SQUARE ENIX INC
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 1,480 Ratings


FROM THE MAKERS OF AWARD-WINNING HITMAN GO AND LARA CROFT GO COMES A NEW ADVENTURE Deus Ex GO is a turn-based puzzle stealth game set in a beautiful dystopian future. Take control of secret agent Adam Jensen and solve brain teasing, grid-based puzzles to infiltrate enemy lairs and unravel a perplexing new mystery. Sneak, hack and fight past enemies, and augment Adam with futuristic upgrades. NEW - Expand your adventure with infinite brain-teasing content and new modes! • Create and share your own challenges in the elegant Puzzle Maker • Play community levels curated by your play data • Experience infinite brain-teasing challenges in Infinite Play Deus Ex GO features: • An engrossing story with over 50 challenging puzzles • Special events with daily challenge levels • Unique hacking powers – Take over enemy turrets or change the layout of the level itself • Augmented puzzles – Solve puzzles using Adam’s iconic augmentations • Intelligent new enemies including guards, turrets, drones, walkers and more • An intricate and mysterious storyline set in a beautiful vision of the future Following Hitman GO & Apple’s iPhone Game of the Year 2015, Lara Croft GO, Square Enix Montréal brings yet another beloved franchise to mobile with this unique take on this near future dystopian world. Can you solve the mystery? Take control of Adam Jensen and watch the puzzle unravel! Please note: Deus Ex GO is not compatible with the iPhone 4.




  • Good, but has one huge flaw

    By proemf
    As a Deus Ex fan, I must say that this one is decent. The puzzle design is simple, but it can get tough. Even though I had lots of fun (still playing) it’s a bit ridiculous how there are pay to win options in the game I already paid for. Some of the puzzles are very hard, and it sometimes feels as though the game wants you to pay for a solution to a puzzle. Other than that gripe, the game is a bunch fun. It has stylish graphics, nice animations, and even a puzzle creator. Despite the microtransactions, I still recommend this to those who love puzzlers or to those who like the Deus Ex series.
  • Best of the Go Trilogy

    By DarKlaido
    This is my favorite of the Go Trilogy. It was smooth take-down animations, and an engaging storyline with challenging puzzles. My main complaint is that after only 15-20 minutes of playing, my iPhone 7 Plus gets VERY hot, like worrying hot. So, I’m forced to enjoy it in short bursts lest my phone and/or hand begin to melt.
  • Terrible on Apple TV

    By stan_alexander
    This game does not support the controller on Apple TV and the remote has probably got to be the worst way to play the game. Not only are the turns not retested by your finger properly, bit the single button controls make it even more difficult when to tap and when to press. More importantly it is super hard to control the character with the remote as your finger swipes register improperly within the game. It almost makes it a questionable Apple product. How would Apple approve this type of inaccurate gameplay. I’d give it zero stars for unplayability - again only on Apple TV, on the iPhone this game is fine.
  • Great game!

    By Taadu
    Love an easy to use, quick turn based strategy game. Final Fantasy GO? Think about it.
  • Awesome puzzle game

    By Stekylsha
    Makes you think. Makes you try different strategies and challenges your brain.
  • Dope

    By Bonepanther
    Real dope
  • Outstanding

    By Antoriaset
    Great thought provocation
  • Great game

    By amzngsurf
    Game is great and fun to play. Def worth the purchase.
  • Deus Ex Go: A Review.

    By Aaron🎨🎻🍩
    Simply put, Deus Ex Go, and the other Go games, is a breath of fresh air from generic mobile games. However, does follow a free games style of pay to win, which is way out of place for a $5 game. I'm seeing more puzzle games similar to these, but nobody has quite done it as well as the boys over at Square Enix, by making fun gameplay and a polished feel. In Deus Ex Go, you play as Adam Jensen, as well as all the other Deus Ex games. However, Deus Ex Go doesn't focus a whole lot on story as much as it masters the golden-robotic feel from the other games. Every animation, attack, and hack feels just as fresh and polished as the next. Square Enix goes with an if it ain't broke, don't fix it attitude with this titles map/surroundings. They look very similar to the other game's surroundings, especially Mankind Divided and Human Revolution. The gameplay is very similar to Hitman Go, but on steroids. You still have to solve puzzles, stealthily attack/dodge enemies, and get to the end of the level, but with new, fun additions. Most importantly hacking. This addition in the "Go" trilogy would've been by far the best, was it not for strange pay to win elements. Knowing you already have to play $5, paying extra for help on levels or re-dos is quite annoying, and had me stop playing for a little bit. All in all, if you are buying a new device to play games, look no further than Deus Ex Go and the other Go games. Just watch out for some in app purchases.
  • Reviewer

    By Bcolson
    Pretty good game. Keeps my mind working to figure out all the combos to get Hitman to the next level.