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Pxer By Pxer @ Saturday, July 5, 2008 7:34 PM
A great place to find a lobby for the Risk II game can be found in the Warzone software. This third-party client networks users from around the globe to play Risk II in a multiplayer setting from 3 to 8 players per game. is the site from which the client can be downloaded. If you do not have Risk II, the game can be bought for usually 5 dollars at your local electronic games retailer or is readily found online for download. If you need help finding a copy of Risk II, the warzone lobby is a great place to find help. Most people using the warzone have little issue playing a multiplayer game, but sometimes your router will have to be configured to allow Warzone to use certain ports...and again, help can be found in the warzone lobby if you have trouble starting a game. Hope to see you there!

riskman By riskman @ Tuesday, September 30, 2008 11:42 PM
Here is a good site to play Risk:

Darke By Darke @ Wednesday, October 1, 2008 7:20 AM
Hi! Has anyone seen "PIRATE! Battle for SKULL ATOLL" ? It isnt declaring itself as a Risk game, but the game play is very similar. I think it was made for a slightly younger audience, but it is really really good looking and sounds great. If anyone else has played it, I would be grateful to know what they think. I like it! :o)

Kobra Kai By Kobra Kai @ Saturday, November 7, 2009 8:23 PM
I recommend checking out WarGear -

They've got a Risk game version plus lots of other board designs.

Grand General Hiashi By Grand General Hiashi @ Friday, January 8, 2010 7:43 PM
I recomend Invade Earth. Its a downloadable game that is essentialy a copy of Risk: 2210, which is really bad ass.

francisco By francisco @ Sunday, May 9, 2010 6:33 PM

a great brazilian site

positive point
- rules equals real risk
- no diference btwen play times enter free and premium players

neagtive point
- only classic map (world)

4myGod By 4myGod @ Saturday, August 28, 2010 2:28 AM

It has real time games and regular games. It's still somewhat new, especially the live games, so be patient when starting a game.

LeffelMania By LeffelMania @ Tuesday, August 31, 2010 1:42 PM
"War with Friends" was just released to the Android market to play on Android phones. It's still new (released yesterday) so there aren't many users yet but it's a full-featured implementation of Risk you can play at your leisure.

FH By FH @ Wednesday, December 15, 2010 9:55 AM
Conquer Game by Mobverse is a new Risk-clone, intended for casual, fast play.
Plays in a browser. No ads, no registration, just one click to play.
Single- and multiplayer versions.

Still beta, as of december 2010, but definitely playable.

Scarab By Scarab @ Thursday, December 16, 2010 4:49 PM
I recommend checking our - awesome free online strategy gaming site. Includes the classic Risk boards plus loads of others for free online play.

Netional By Netional @ Tuesday, March 15, 2011 9:29 PM
I recommend Corridor - a road based RISK game. The roads can also be destroyed or repaired, giving an extra strategic twist. Emphasis on map generation and customisation of rules. Strong AI.

The Tsar of Irkutsk By The Tsar of Irkutsk @ Wednesday, April 13, 2011 1:17 PM
Tournament RISK is a free not-for-profit online site, running since 2003, with a small community of competitive RISK players that play in months-long turn-based tournaments. You can also play in one-off friendly "exhibition" games and/or against computer players. There are 10+ maps, a lot of different game options, and a public message board where trash talk is not only allowed, but actively encouraged! :)

IvanStorm By IvanStorm @ Saturday, April 23, 2011 5:38 AM
Afterwind ( ) is perhaps the best browser-based Risk-like game. It's quite a lot more complex, though, with different unit types, strategies and a more realistic world (over 500 cities). A lot of fun to play, highly recommended.

ivlivs By ivlivs @ Monday, July 25, 2011 11:25 PM
Hello, I would suggest the Art of War, a simplified, relaxed and very enjoyable simultaneous Risk clone. Turns are solved after every player has entered his move (within max 15 days, usually daily), there are bonuses for enclosed territories instead of full continents and since every nation deploys generated units directly on its territory there is an interesting troops movement strategy to develop.

GreenlandIceland By GreenlandIceland @ Tuesday, December 20, 2011 2:27 PM
Love your site* the greatest collection of strategy. Missionrisk should be taken off your list because it has been rebuilt and reincarnated as GlobalSiege which should be added to the list. This game rules but needs a few more players. The original Risk with a few adaptations for the internet, fastest action, you actually watch everyone click around the world with no lag or waiting for anything to load. warning* very addictive

ace By ace @ Saturday, February 18, 2012 4:48 PM
Lord of the Rings fans might want to check this out

Multiplayer games on the forums as well.

bob10 By bob10 @ Saturday, December 8, 2012 9:58 AM

It is the update of Afterwind (also mentioned here). By far the most advanced Risk style game out there. Even has a map editor you can create your own maps and units... Members have made Lord of the rings and also Game of Thrones maps

e_i_pi By e_i_pi @ Friday, February 21, 2014 6:55 PM

Recently relaunched, Art of War has Risk and many custom and variant rules and maps available. Players can create their own maps, troops, battle systems, empires, scenarios, and much more. Art of War takes online Risk to the next level

Dicepatch By Dicepatch @ Wednesday, November 5, 2014 11:22 PM

laurents By laurents @ Sunday, February 8, 2015 9:22 PM is a great game.

Super fast, nice community, allows game solo or on a team.
Super chat system, very easy to invite friends.

Very responsive too, so perfect to play on tablet/mobile as well!

King Alobar By King Alobar @ Thursday, July 16, 2015 9:33 AM
Border Siege is what I play on android. Great on phone and tablet, responsive author and can be played against a pretty decent AI or online. Used to be called drisk.
Anyone local to Trenton, NJ for the board game?

sebgame By sebgame @ Tuesday, May 17, 2016 7:47 AM

Me an a friend we just implemented a simplified version of risk for 2 players for iOS. It is called "independence game".

We really focused in 2 players, making the map smaller and simplifying some rules. It has great music too:).

If we get more players we will release for android soon. Please test it and tell me what do you think.

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