Fates Forever

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Fates Forever
Fates Forever logo.png
Developer(s)Hammer And Chisel, Inc. now Discord Inc.
Publisher(s)Hammer And Chisel, Inc. now Discord Inc.
ReleaseJuly 3, 2014
Genre(s)Multiplayer online battle arena

Fates Forever was a video game marketed by its developer as the first MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) designed exclusively for tablets.[1]


There were ten playable characters in Fates Forever at launch, with at least four more planned for post-release. Each character had several special abilities that were unique to the play-style of each player-character.[2] As of early 2015, there were 14 characters. Fates Forever is no longer available for download or for gameplay. The app and supporting community webpage were disabled in October 2015.


Fates Forever was officially released on iPad worldwide on July 3, 2014 as the first game developed and published by start-up game studio Hammer & Chisel[3] a company founded by former OpenFeint CEO Jason Citron,[3] with the intent to build "great, complex games that don't compromise simply because they're for mobile device".[4]

The game's development staff would later go on to develop Discord, an online VoIP platform designed primarily for gaming.[5]


Aggregate score

The game had a Metacritic score of 82/100 based on 7 critic reviews.[6]


  1. ^ Fates Forever Discord Inc. (originally known as Hammer & Chisel)
  2. ^ "Characters - Fates Forever Wiki Guide - IGN".
  3. ^ a b Hammer & Chisel
  4. ^ "Hands-on with Fates Forever - an iPad MOBA with no compromises".
  5. ^ Tom Marks (May 14, 2016). "One year after its launch, Discord is the best VoIP service available". PC Gamer. Retrieved May 14, 2016.
  6. ^ a b "Fates Forever for iPhone/iPad Reviews". Metacritic. CBS Interactive. Retrieved November 3, 2019.

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