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The best Premium alternatives to Diablo Immortal

Diablo Immortal has arrived on the Play Store. It's a really fun game and you should definitely give it a try. But if you want to avoid free-to-play games (which is understandable), you might be looking for a premium alternative that will give you that Diablo itch. That's where this list comes in: we've selected the best premium alternatives to Diablo Immortal. They all give off a Diablo vibe, if not exactly the same in many ways. But whichever one you try, you'll be satisfied.

Titan Quest: Legendary Edition



It's perhaps the closest you'll get to a true triple-A Diablo experience on your cell phone. It's full of mythical monsters, dungeons to explore and loot to collect. It's not cheap, but you can get a lot of monsters for human money.

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Titan Quest: Legendary Edition Company: HandyGames Ratings: 0 Note: 0.0


Impolosion - Never Lose Hope



The game has a simple caveat: the first chunk is free, and you need IAPs to unlock the rest. However, we call it premium because it's basically premium. The game is a sci-fi hack-and-slasher, with super fluid combat and fast combos. You smash robots and aliens, but don't let that put you off.

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Implosion - Never Lose Hope Company: Rayark International Limited Ratings: 284.259 Note: 3.8


Hero Siege: Pocket Edition



Hero Siege, a zany hack-and-slasher, is chock-full of Diablo DNA. There are hordes of enemies to crush, randomly generated dungeons to explore, and more loot than you can shake a stick at.

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Hero Siege: Pocket Edition Company: Panic Art Studios Ratings: 0 Note: 0.0


Battle Chasers: Nightwar



The game is turn-based, but the dungeon hunting and loot hunting are alive and well, and the style of the game certainly owes a lot to the brooding atmosphere of the great "D" games. Plus, the gameplay is a lot of fun and top-notch.

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Battle Chasers: Nightwar Company: HandyGames Ratings: 0 Note: 0.0


9th Dawn III RPG



The other games in the 9thDawn series, a retro-inspired dungeon crawler often chased by hordes of ferocious beasts, are worth your time, but this game contains just about everything you could want from a mobile ARPG.

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9th Dawn III RPG Company: Valorware Ratings: 1.090 Note: 4.5


Pascal's Wager



It may be in different ARPG territory than Diablo, but there are still plenty of connections between Pascal's Wager and Blizzard's dungeon crawler. Honestly, it's mostly grotesque, but there's a decent story and plenty of action.

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Pascal's Wager Company: Giant Global Ratings: 0 Note: 0.0


Wayward Souls



Another game that owes a lot to Diablo without directly imitating it. It's a game where you have to try to survive a tower full of ruins as you make your way through randomly generated rooms full of enemies, traps and death. Super hard in every sense of the word and difficult to put down.

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Wayward Souls Company: Noodlecake Studios Inc Ratings: 9.238 Note: 4.4


Legend of the Skyfish



Legend of the Skyfish probably contains more Zelda than Diablo, but it's still fun. Being able to use a fishing rod as a weapon is super cool. You also get to explore dungeons and kill lots of enemies.

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Legend of the Skyfish Company: Crescent Moon Games Ratings: 1.302 Note: 4.2


Crashlands



A game that takes some ideas from games like Diablo and adds many modern touches. Build and scrap monsters as you struggle to get your exploded spaceship back in the air.

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Crashlands: Story-driven Crafting ARPG Company: Butterscotch Shenanigans Ratings: 16.600 Note: 4.5


Evoland 2



An RPG that changes style with each level, sometimes platforming, sometimes top-down, hack-and-slash mode. Not as deep as a true dungeon crawler, but worth a look.

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Evoland 2 Company: Playdigious Ratings: 0 Note: 0.0
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