Die Hard official game arrives in the App Store, just in time for the latest movie launch

Fans of the hugely popular Die Hard franchise are in for a real treat this week. Not only has the latest film in the series, which dates back 25 years been released but you also get a game to play on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Die Hard has arrived in the App Store and if you are a fan, it is a must buy.

Yippee ki-yay! Welcome to Russia: are you ready to battle ruthless mobsters, elite commandos and shadowy politicians?

Play as Jack McClane, the son of New York City’s most famous cop, legendary John McClane. Prove that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree – blast your way out of Moscow’s mean streets and travel to the radioactive wasteland of Chernobyl, where you’ll have to overcome incredible odds to save the world from nuclear terrorism.

Combining the best of the “endless runner” genre with non-stop first-person shooter action, you now have the ability to play through one of the most popular action-movie franchises in film history! Keep moving and stay alive as long as you can!

The Die Hard game is available as a universal binary so will look great on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. If you are a fan of Die Hard or the endless running type of games or both then this one should be a good one to add to your collection. I am off to see the movie over the weekend, sure the stories are a little exaggerated but you can’t beat a bit of John McClane or even Jack in the latest movie!

Have something to say about this story? Leave a comment! Need help with something else? Ask in our forums!


UK editor at iMore, mobile technology lover and air conditioning design engineer.

More Posts



← Previously

Apple TV and the future of gaming

Next up →

Sir Jonathan Ive receives the coveted gold Blue Peter badge

Reader comments

Die Hard official game arrives in the App Store, just in time for the latest movie launch


The first three Die Hards are awesome. The fourth was just awful and the reviews for the fifth are saying it's even worse which is so sad to hear. I cant believe Bruce Willis would do that to his most iconic character. It's such an insult to die hard Die Hard fans. With all the bad reviews this movie has been getting it should have just been called, 'Die Already.'


But it will get even better. Just wait until they release the box set with these last two movies included. I'm not even going to waste the bandwidth downloading this one.

Farewell to (what was) a great trilogy now remade into a great tragedy.