Last updated on May 27th, 2023 at 09:10 pm
DRAGON QUEST VI
DRAGON QUEST VI is one of the best $14.99 to play game in the App Store.
Developed by SQUARE ENIX Co., Ltd., DRAGON QUEST VI is a Role Playing game with a content rating of 9+.
It was released on 25th June 2015 with the latest update 26th August 2022
Whether you are a fan of Role Playing, games, you will find this game interesting and will absolutely like it.
71 people have rated 1.1.1
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Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation , the final instalment in the Zenithian trilogy, is now available on mobile devices!
Experience an epic adventure spanning two parallel worlds!
Recover the heroes’ long-lost memories, and bring the two worlds together!
Download it once, and there’s nothing else to buy, and nothing else to download!
A young lad from the secluded village of Weaver’s Peak lives a peaceful life with his little sister. But all that is to change when the mountain spirit appears before him, prophesying that only he can save the world from being swallowed by darkness. And so he sets out on a grand adventure to learn the truth of his world, and that of the mysterious phantom realm that lies beneath…
This world-spanning saga can now be enjoyed in the palm of your hand!
・Join forces with a band of individual adventurers!
Amass a following of faithful friends as you travel around the riven realms. From wandering warriors to amnesiac teens, a rich cast of characters will join you in your adventures, and help you to unlock the mysteries of your clouded world!
As you progress in the game, the hero and his party will gain access to Alltrades Abbey, where they can specialise in any of over sixteen vocations. Train your skills in your chosen vocation, and learn a multitude of spells and special abilities. After you have mastered an ability, you can still use it even if you change vocation!
・Converse Freely with your Fellow Party Members!
The party chat function allows you to converse freely with the cast of colourful characters who will accompany you on your adventure. So don’t hesitate to turn to them for advice and idle chit-chat whenever the urge assails you!
Rotate your viewpoint in towns and villages through a full 360 degrees to make sure you don’t miss a thing!
Tired of giving orders? Your faithful companions can be instructed to fight automatically! Use the various tactics at your disposal to see off even the toughest enemies with ease!
Once again, the casino makes a comeback! While away the hours trying your hand at the poker tables or testing your luck at the slot machines, and exchange the tokens you earn for all kinds of exciting items! If lady luck smiles on you, you might be rewarded with the rarest items of all!
Unlike previous titles, where monsters could only be recruited during battle, Dragon Quest VI lets you recruit an army of lovely little slimes as you travel around the world! Once you’ve recruited a slimy friend or two, head to the Slimopolis to test their mettle in a series of arena battles, with fabulous prizes on offer for any slime tough enough to emerge victorious! Train up your slimes, and aim for the championship!
The slime-sliding minigame introduced in the Nintendo DS version makes its welcome return! Brush the ice in front of your sliding slime to guide it past perilous pitfalls and obstinate obstacles. Perfect your polishing action to hit the target, and send your score through the roof!
Updated on 26th August 2022
Fixed minor bugs.
DRAGON QUEST VI Reviews
Great port. Would love to see DQ VII localized for mobile. We carry our phone around everywhere, not a 3DS. Thanks!
This is one of the greatest games you can own on your iPhone. DQ 4-6 are a trilogy and look and play exactly the same, so you should get all 3. There is only 1 problem with Dragon Quest 6 and its that the game never tells you what to do next. Add in the fact that you have to constantly switch between 2 different worlds at all times, and it makes it even more confusing. Most of the time the game gives you zero idea of where to go and expects you to wander everywhere, groping around for your next objective. Using a guide is a must. We love the game so much that we created our own personal guide, but a casual fan will be turned off by the lack of any clear objectives. The game literally tells you nothing most of the time. Still a near-perfect game, Dragon Quest 4-6 are must-owns.
Dragon Quest VI is a fantastic game. Every bit as good as IV and V. All 3 are DS ports and look and play fantastic on mobile. Im so glad we got these at a reasonable price and only hope that we can get our hands on 7, 9, and 11 (2D Mode) on mobile. Square Enix make it happen.
This port is amazing. It is better in almost every aspect from the DS remake, and the cloud save feature ensures that you will be able to take your game save data with you even if you get a new phone or tablet.
Completely biased review but this game is fantastic! We’ve loved the series for a long time. We want to own 7 on iPad as well, so heres hoping someone out there can make it happen!
All the other DQ games are here except DQ VII Forgotten Realms with all the islands and Demon King quest!!!!!! Cmon Square Soft / ENIX lets port that great one onto the IPad/IPhone systems please??? ***Otherwise ya buy a NINTENDO 3DS to get DQ VII there which is ridiculous!
We been playing DQ since we saw the announcement for XI S for the switch. Before it came out we play and bought 1,2, & 3 from the App Store. Now, that we have become such a big fan . We just finished playing 4-6. You guys have to try and push for number 7 and 9 to be release on the IOS…
We own all the iOS Dragon Quest and Final Fantasy games. When we got our new M1 Mac Mini, we were so excited to try these games on it, only to find out that we cannot download them on Mac. Square Enix, please update your library of great games to run on M1 Macs! It would add so much value, especially for these full-length RPGs.
We cant play the game on multiple iOS devices because of this issue. Running on iOS 15.2. Please fix it.
PLEEEEEASE add controller support for all the dragon quest games. We bought them all hoping to play on Apple TV with a controller, and then found out, after purchase that these games dont support controllers? Cmon Square, all the FF games support controllers…..
Big fan of the games but with the iPhone 12 Pro Max the game has no audio no matter what we do.
It wont download iCloud saves to our new iPhone. Says connection failure.
There are only a small handful of games that we have played in the past (a very small handful) that are as encompassing and downright GIGANTIC as the almighty Dragon Quest 6! It is with a heavy heart that we are writing this review today, not only just because we just beat the game and as always the feelings and emotions we’ve endured through this, believe it or not, 70+ hour main story are still very fresh in our mind, but rather it’s the sad realization that with only Dragon Quest 8 remaining, our initial journey will soon be at an end. But let’s not dwell on that for the time being and lets instead dwell on the majestic majesty that is Dragon Quest 6! As we’ve mentioned before, this game is S-T-U-P-I-D HUGE, with a main campaign of around 70 hours, and perhaps around 60 hours if you absolutely rush through it, and would be very surprised to see it finished in an even shorter time than that. We of course have been playing all of the games in the Dragon Quest series in order so the last one we’ve played was obviously DQ5, so it goes without saying that our expectations for going into DQ6 where insanely high, and yes big shocker… Dragon Quest 6 completely shattered those expectations in nearly every conceivable way. First off we would like to talk about the story for a little bit. Dragon Quest 6 without a doubt has the most complex and even confusing at times storyline to date. With a game spanning over multiple different realms and worlds, the main two of which are the real world and the dream world, and it is within these two realms where the games robust yet still graspable story unfold. With a plethora of different quests to undertake in both realms, the scope of different things to happen in the game when you complete a certain quest in a certain town in one word, and have its corresponding town in the other world be affected accordingly, the massively creative interweaving storyline really start to have an impact. Now we’ll admit, while we didn’t find Dragon Quest 6’s initial story to be quite as intimate and heart wrenchingly beautiful as DQ5, it MORE than made up for that with its viscerally engaging complexity and larger than life size. Have we mentioned yet how friggn’ huge this game is yet? Oh we have? Oh well we guess we’ll just have to say it again… THIS GAME IS FRIGGN’ HUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGE!!! As we stated before it was over seventy hours of playtime before we saw the credits roll, as opposed to DQ5 which was only around 50 hours. And believe it or not there is still a TON of stuff left to do including the bonus dungeon behind Alltrades Abbey, which brings us to our next subject. Yes that’s right Alltrades Abbey returns in this game with a much larger variety of job classes and possibilities than was previously available in Dragon Quest 3. First of, unlike in DQ3, your stats aren’t cut in halve and you don’t return to level one every time you choose to change someone’s vocation, and along with DQ3’s very small array of jobs to choose from, we only made use of the abbey one single time throughput the entire length of the game, whereas in Dragon Quest 6, with the more than double the amount of different jobs to choose from than in 3, and without your party members level being reduced back down to one and their stats halved, we’ve made use of Alltrades Abbey this time around dozens of different times withe each and every character. The job class system this time around is more reminiscent of the job class system if Final Fantasy 5, where you can master each individual job class to learn each job’s vast assortment of of different abilities, which add up and can be used no matter if you decide to change job classes. The more jobs you master, the more spells and abilities you can learn, and let us tell you, it adds up fast! There are so many Friggn’ different spells and abilities in this game it’s unreal!! We mean this has got to be without a doubt the largest assortment of spells and abilities we have ever seen, for this game to have originally hailed from the early 90s makes it that much more mind blowing and incredible. We thought that the monster recruitment aspect of DQ5 gave birth to a wide array of different playable tactics and techniques, but it is absolutely nothing compared to Dragon Quest 6 our friends. There are so many things going for this game that it would be nearly impossible to adequately describe them all, and the story is too complex to describe without spoiling, we never thought we would play an RPG of this magnitude for as long as we would live. And while we couldn’t help myself to compare it to the various ins and outs of DQ5, like the tearjerking moments in 5, and the much larger casino scene it had as well, and probably the one thing that bothered us was the lack of day and night cycles. We don’t understand why they’d omit them in this game considering that 3,4,5 and even DQ8 feature day and night cycling. We suppose they makers of the game thought that it would simply be too much, and we would have to agree. All things considered, there was never a dull moment in DQ6 as well in the way of side stuff and mini games. Even though there were only a few small underground casinos in 6, there were other wonderfully entertaining and engaging things like Slimopolis!!! Which is kinda like the monster arena in previous games only you can use your own slime that you can recruit later in the game, and with the Alltrades Abbey, yes even your monsters can get a taste of the vocational action and be available to the same wide assortment of spells and abilities as their human counterparts, which makes the Slimopolis arena so much more interesting an exciting than the stuffy ol’ monster arena. We mentioned earlier in the review that we were sad that our initial Dragon Quest experience was coming to a close, and while that may be true, we will not ever soon forget the absolutely unbelievable and life altering journey we have embarked on with this wonderful series! Final stop… DQ8!!!!!!!!!
We remember playing this when we were younger. Dozens of hours of entertainment is definitely worth the $15.
Everything this game adds to DQ 5 is to the detriment of the experience. A bloated overly difficult mess.
Classic game, lots of time to be spent grinding however we used this time to explore the entire map in dream realm and real world realm. Eventually got Pegasus and was the point to go to the dread realm to fight mortamor. However, once in dread realm, all the skills youve been building up, and magic gets taken away and you are basically defenseless. We get killed 9/10 times when going from town to town, and then resurrecting everyone costs too much and eventually you wont have funds to do it, game over. Was really fun until dread realm.
Am we missing it or is there any language setting for this? Makes no sense not to contain japanese. Personally not a fan of this localization although we can say it’s objectively flawless. More like which flavor do we like kind of thing.
We collected 3 scattered dreams and the npc is telling us we havent collected a single one! Seems like a bug to us. Good game but we cant progress this part of the game!
The game is really fun, classic Dragon Quest. But once we got on the boat, we couldn’t get off again without Zooming. We tried to save our 14 hours of progress to the cloud, uninstall and reinstall, but when we got back the cloud only restored us to a save point 7 hours in. We can’t really cover that ground again.
Stuck because there is no option to examine. How am we supposed to examine?
Quick saves randomly to never work even if you manually save it, so don’t even bother.
As a seasoned Dragon Quest Player this dragon quest reboot on the iOS is definitely an amazing feat for Dragon Quest fans to enjoy.
We beat dragon quest 1 way back in the day, but was more of a FF fanboy growing up. We saw the iOS versions of Dragon’s Quest and started to really enjoy the series. We’ve had nothing but good times with these games and really want to see DQ7 available on iOS. Any RPG fan needs to play these games.
Played through all iOS Dragon Quests, and this came up as our fav. In fact, it’s the best jrpg for iOS, hands down, in our opinion. Great customizability with job classes. Tons of content, plus awesome postgame dungeon. Hoping to see DQ7 follow soon on iOS.
If you haven’t played play lots to explore and do tons of bosses and multiple worlds to explore!
We wish all the series DQ game could support traditional Chinese! Really love it!
This game is well worth the $15. If you like boss battles this should be your favorite DQ- there are SO MANY (not a bad thing of course). After beating what appears to be the main villain, you’re really only about 1/10th into the story. The characters, major and minor, are very entertaining, and the difficulty level is appropriate. They did a great job with this one.
The game freezes up periodically after resurrecting a character in the church and winning at slots.
DQ6 often gets over-looked, but its a fantastic game and our personal favorite entry. What really makes DQ6 stand out is the characters. It’s such a rich and memorable cast! Truly one of the best in the series. You don’t have blank slates here, each character in your party has their own story (classes are adjusted later on). Some you can even miss the chance to add to your party! They might be cliches, but they aren’t annoying or distasteful. The story moves along at a good pace (at least towards the beginning). It’s also solid port with difficulty turned slightly down, moving things along even faster. Works well on our iPhone6, letting us go in and out of the app, or will auto save if we use another intensive app. UI and menu system is clunky, but makes little difference for a turn-based rpg.
Good game, controls are the same as DQ5, storyline is good, quite worth our money and time.
Good port, although the Suite Dreams portion of the game seems broken, in that when you find a dream, the NPC that counts the number of dreams will tell you you haven’t found any. Not game breaking, but can irk completionists.
Almost exactly the same as the DS version. Our only complaints so far is that the lack of top screen view made it extremely hard to follow Rod in Pescado, and our Dream Scapes aren’t showing up at Suite Dreams. Other than that we haven’t seen anything else we don’t like.
We’re a completionist, so we just finished putting in close to seventy hours on the game. As a longtime DQ lover, this lives up to the name and expected interface (unlike DQ 8, which we are still cranky about) and the story is intriguing and many-layered as well. Very nice balance of story and game time, and a player could definitely make it through without excessive grinding. Those things which take it down to four stars are entirely related to the bugs: Suite Dreams is a disappointment with only two screens and hardly worth the trouble of collecting all sixteen, unless you want to complete the slime collection with a metal babble. The guy in the church does not keep accurate count of the number of dreams you have collected, which can be irksome. Then there is the fact that one cannot quick save in Mortamor’s castle, which is problematic when the function of playing on a phone means that interruptions may be frequent, and losing a chunk of game time because the app decided to restart when you had to switch screens is more than a bit annoying. Finally, in the after game real world Weaver’s Peak, the hero is unable to move… Effectively meaning you cannot see the remainder of the post-game or unlock any of the post-game content. All of that aside, it is an excellent game with definite replay value.
It should not list the iPad as a compatible device for this game. Sure, it works, but it is portrait only and simply blown up for the screen. It is so pixelated it hurts our eyes and is unplayable.
Love the Dragon Quest series, love the mobile ports, so great and convenient to be able to play DQ anywhere on our mobile phone.
The Dragon Quest game from the golden age of JRPGs is here! This is probably the most accessible DQ because of the fast moving story and scope of the adventure. It isn’t as unique as DQ4 or 5, and you don’t get to make a party like in DQ3, but the class system is here and quite fun. Like all of the series, you will grind a lot, but that is part of the appeal. If you enjoy older Final Fantasy games, then this is probably the one most similar to them. Highly recommended!
This is another in a great line of ports from the Nintendo DS to IOS. We hope that Square Enix continues this trend, and ports over Dragon Quest 7! It’s one of the best we’ve played, and unfortunately our PS2 won’t play our PSX disc. :-( One slight issue is the cloud save doesn’t work from IPhone to IPad. We were playing on our phone because it was easier, but now we can’t transfer it back to our iPad.
Our 2nd favorite Dragon Quest after 7. Cannot go wrong with this one people. It has job classes and monster classes. The abilities are learned by how many battles you fight and are earned for the class chosen. If you are an RPG fan get this game!!!
Other than balance issues (the battles are either incredibly hard or incredibly easy), great game– looking forward to a mobile DQ7………….
Delete button placed in the wrong spot when u cloud save ended up hitting it on accident instead of cloud save and no more game :( plz move it. Otherwise great game!! Love the bazzar system and style points and even the gambling coins.
The only Dragon Quest games we had played before were 8 and 9; even on a small screen this one tops them both.
We’ve waited literally about 18 years to play this game again, we haven’t played it since the Super Nintendo emulator days back in high school and now it’s here. This game is what set the bar for the class system, this and dragon quest 7 r the best in the entire series even better than 8 and 9. We would have paid 30 dollars for this game!!!
First, a response to someone complaining about the translation. It isn’t meant to be natural, contemporary English. It’s translated with a more old English vibe. There’s nothing wrong with the subject/verb arrangement, and no, they didn’t steal the translation from a fanhack (?). It was a stylistic choice, like it or not. The writing itself is charming and shines through the translation, which had a heck of a lot of work put into it. This is one of the most overlooked Dragon Quests. When it first came out on Super Famicom, the graphics blew everyone away. Coming out on the DS in English, however, and looking the same as DQ IV and V, it got overshadowed a little, and Nintendo didn’t advertise it like they should have. What we have is one of the best kept secrets of the series, and it shouldn’t be a secret. The storyline is a blast, closer to Chrono Trigger than to DQV. This game doesn’t need to lean on graphics to succeed. It’s charming, as well-designed as ever, and a blast. The iOS version is like joining up the two DS screens and taking out the gap, and upgrading the resolution. It looks and sounds great on iPhone and iPad, and you can play it one-handed on your phone. It is uniquely suited to portrait mode due to being played that way on the DS (just on two separated screens instead of one joined screen). It’s a little weird playing with touchscreen controls, but again, you can play one-handed!
It is a nice port for our favorite game in the series to the iOS platform , we see there are quite a lot of improvements in the graphic however the figures are Not redesigned and left untouched at the nds quality, on iPhone 6plus it is heavily pixelated .
Ok Square. We pay full price for your games when they come out. We hope you didn’t take the hack translation from the SNES rom and apply it to this game. The English is terrible. At $15, we expect good fluid, sensibly translated games like we had on our SNES as a kid. We’re happy this game is out, but seriously fire your translator. "The enemy attack." Subject verb agreement is horrible and makes it seem like a hack game. If that terrible Kate Upton F2P garbage can be in proper English, so can the Square Enix major releases that we have purchased from Squaresoft and Enix for almost 30 years. Step it up! We’re happy to pay, we just want value!
Like every SE game on the app store it seems, the system used for saving your progress causes you to constantly lose your progress and you are forced to play the same 15-20 minute chunks of the game over and over.. Avoid until they fix this.