1980s Nostalgia Awaits in He-Man: Tappers of Grayskull - Out Now on iOS & Android

“By the Power of Grayskull!” You too can have the power to save Eternia, in this brand new tapper adventure RPG.

It’s time to re-live your 1980s childhood (or introduce a new generation to this cult classic), with He-Man: Tappers of Grayskull, from Hong Kong developers Animoca Brands.

Just like in the original series, He-Man must go up against Skeletor in order to protect Castle Grayskull and the planet Eternia from his evil plans. This time, Skeletor has amassed an army of magically enlarged minions, spread across all of Eternia. As He-Man, and with your many allies, you must travel the world collecting powerful ancient artifacts to aid you in your battle against Skeletor’s enormous recruits.


Fans of the franchise will be pleased to see some very familiar faces in the ranks of He-Man’s allies. Dozens of characters from Masters of the Universe make an appearance, including Man-At-Arms, She-Ra, Orco, and many more. Together, you will form a powerful offensive against Skeletor’s gigantic minions as you travel to 12 different locations all over Eternia.

Tappers of Grayskull features some well-known voices, with two key members of the original cast lending their acting skills – Alan Oppenheimer as Skeletor, and Cam Clarke as He-Man/Prince Adam.


The game is based on the iconic Masters of the Universe franchise, which began its life as a toy range back in 1982. The popular animated series, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, was released the following year and became one of the most popular cartoons of the 1980s. Today, the franchise is estimated to have a whopping 30 million fans across the globe!

He-Man: Tappers of Grayskull is available to download for free now on the App Store and Google Play.


Stay-at-home geeky mama that's been gaming since early childhood! I wanted to be Lara Croft when I grew up, but writing about video games seemed a little more realistic ;) I love action/adventure and horror games especially, and have a fondness for scouting out indie developers to see what treasures they have to offer the gaming world.

Published Sep. 5th 2016

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