Into the Breach For Chromebook

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Operating System: Chromebook, Windows, Mac, Linux

Application Category: Games

Price: Free

Rating: 3.97585 stars based on 414 reviews

Into the Breach

Into the Breach Chromebook App Download

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  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2022-07-01
  • Current Version: 1.2.89
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 541.44 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 15.0 or later.
  • Developer: Netflix, Inc.

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Available exclusively for Netflix members. Civilization is in peril, and it's up to you to defend it. Lead a team to save the world from alien threats in this turn-based strategy game. The remnants of human life are threatened by giant creatures breeding beneath the earth. Carefully choose your squad of powerful pilots and mechs to protect your territory. Each attempt to engage the enemy presents a new challenge in this futuristic combat game, which PC Gamer named Ultimate Game of the Year in 2018. Features: • Defend cities: Civilian buildings power your mechs. Defend the structures from the enemy and watch your fire! • Perfect your strategy: Enemy attacks are telegraphed in minimalistic, turn-based battles. Analyze your opponent's attack and come up with the perfect counter every turn. • Build the ultimate mech: Find powerful new weapons and unique pilots as you fight alien infestations across multiple islands. • Another chance: Failure is not an option. If you're defeated, send for help back through time to save another timeline. • Advanced edition content: This newly expanded version of the game includes advanced weapons, mechs, pilots, enemies, missions and more.



  • Very difficult. Deleted.

    By Boothbyd
    All in the title
  • $10 a month lol

    By nai249
    Doesn’t even save your progress 30% of the time and it’s a subscription, wild.
  • Netflix Subscription Required

    By HimlinA
    You can’t play unless you sign up for a paid Netflix subscription. Absolutely ludicrous system. I love this game on PC, otherwise zero stars and shame on Netflix.
  • Netflix Required

    By Jenos33
    I love Into the Breach on Steam and Nintendo Switch. It is ridiculous to lock it down to a Netflix account, which I have no interest in. Players are almost guaranteed to lose their save file eventually, you can’t play it offline, and players won’t “own” this game as soon as Netflix removes it from their list. Get out of the Netflix money grab and just sell this game for us loyal players to own, Subset Games. You’ve sold out, and this is going to likely be the end of your greatness as a nearly perfect “independent” developer. You’re going to be just another developer scrambling for maximum money. Sad to see.
  • Always online

    By Deflper
    This was a fantastic indie game and an instant cult classic in the same vein as FTL and Slay the Spire. It was just screaming to be ported to mobile. And it was… but a bitter sweet sorrow I’m afraid. NETFLIX bought the mobile publishing rights and to play you have to have a sub with them and always be online to play; a game mind you that has no multi player in any capacity whatsoever. A sad story for a great single player game that would have been awesome on the mobile platform.
  • Hard but good

    By NamesMcree
    This is an outstanding game made by outstanding developers but i question Netflix’s choice to include it in their platform as it is not friendly to casual players. It may look simple but it’s a very complex game that is not entirely intuitive. If you are a causal player or new to the genre, keep that in mind, be persistent and start on easy mode
  • Incredible depth, perfect fit for phone

    By Momofire
    If someone had told me years ago that Into the Breach was a game where you distill the most interesting, brain teaser strategic turns late into the heart of a chapter in Fire Emblem and ensure all battles are only those epic turns, I would have purchased this game years ago. I missed it then but I’m loving it on my phone now. Controls feel good, the music reminds me of the beautiful tones from playing FTL so many years ago. I can’t believe I slept on this game, I’m going to pay attention to this dev more, big fan.
  • Humanity: Destroyed.

    By lame cow 123
    Vek Threat: Unstoppable. Mission: Failed. “Open a breach. Time to go back and try again.”
  • Much too hard for casual play

    By Paul-asdfghjkl
    Even on the easiest difficulty setting there are too many enemies for casual play. I realize some people want a very hard game to challenge them, but for me I don't want to dedicate the time and concentration. I think there's a simple fix. If the Easy level were changed so that you don't lose reactor cores when you die it would be possible to gradually increase mech power until it's an enjoyable balance. The reason I didn't find it fun was that I kept losing all progress and replaying the same tiny amount of gameplay over and over again. Allowing the player to keep accumulating reactor cores instead of losing them every time you die would make it so that you aren't completely starting over.
  • Nope

    By Noah Danger
    Really gross that I can’t play this because I don’t have Netflix.