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Repos Gives Long Awaited Update on 7 Wonders
In what is surely a sign of the upcoming apocalypse, Repos Production has broken their long silence and come forth with some information regarding the long awaited (and much mocked) digital version of 7 Wonders.

Brace yourselves.

In a reply to a visitor post on the official 7 Wonders Facebook page, they had the following to say:

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So, there you have it. Concrete proof that we only have 4-6 months to wait until we get more information. Happy day!



Scythe Making Its Way to Digital
It looks like this was first announced by the developer, Knights of Unity, way back in October. Even Jamey Stegmaier himself chimed in way back in early November. No one told us. <insert crying emoji here>

What we're talking about is a digital version of Stonemaier Games' mashup of mechs and agrarian society, Scythe. It's coming in 2017 with the beta set to arrive in April/May. That's pretty much all we know about it at this point, other than it will be available for iOS, Android, and PC (and, hopefully, Mac). You can see a bunch of artwork for the game over at their Facebook page or Twitter. You might even see some shots like the following that will make the wait for Scythe seem even longer:



I've contacted the developer and we'll try to keep you up to date with any news in the future.


DIGIDICED Releases First Image of Terra Mystica
DIGIDICED is known for their pretty great renditions of Uwe Rosenberg's 2-player titles, but their latest project is a bit grander in scope. Terra Mystica is that project and it promises to be one of the heaviest euros available on your tablet.

We hadn't been hearing much about the game since we learned about it back in October, but this week they released the first screenshot along with some information that says that the upcoming release is "a few weeks away".



No word on platforms (or, more likely, I'm just missing it) but their other titles were available for iOS, Android, and PC/Mac. Guessing Terra Mystica will follow that same path.



Mysterium Updates with Telepathy Function
Everone's favorite ghost busting video game, Mysterium, received an update this week that adds a bunch of tweaks to the game, but it also adds a new way for the psychics to communicate: Telepathy.

That's right, you can now do your best Lwaxana Troi impression with every game of Mysterium and give clues to other psychics non-verbally. It sounds cooler than it actually is, but more communication can only make the game better. How it works: you can touch any part of a card and the psychic whose card it is will see where you tapped, knowing that you want them to look at that portion of the card. You're limited to doing this 4 times per game, so use your new power wisely.

You can also block people from sending you telepathic messages if you have that really annoying player that just won't stop. That would be me.

That's not all:

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- Introduced new way to communicate with other Players: Telepathy! Refer to the in-game "How to Play" section for more details.
- Reworked and rebalanced inactivity detection.
- Ghost can assign and unassign vision cards with double tap/click.
- Exact time of message is now displayed in lobby chat.
- Minor UI adjustments.
- Various bug fixes and performance improvements.


Mysterium is available for iOS, Android, and PC/Mac.

- Mysterium for iOS Universal, $7
- Mysterium for Android, $7
- Mysterium for PC/Mac via Steam, $10



Dungeon Rushers Now on the App Store
Dungeon Rushers was originally released last summer for PC/Mac on Steam, and it garnered some positive reviews over there for being a light, fun dungeon crawl that didn't take itself too seriously. The game has made its way to iOS and Android this week, bringing everything that the PC game had to your touchscreen.

Dungeon Rushers is a squad-based dungeon crawler in which you can recruit new PCs to join your party and battle monsters in turn-based battles as you crawl through different dungeons looking for the adventurer's staple: loot. You can level up your characters and equip them with all the goodies you find along the way, as well as unlocking new and more powerful abilities.

There's not much more to the game, and it seems to realize that dungeon crawling isn't the deepest of hobbies, as the game keeps its tongue firmly within its cheek. That said, there's a ton of dungeons to explore, bosses to fight, and magic swords to uncover along the way. Also, at launch, all IAP are completely free. These are optional/cosmetic IAP, so if you want them pick the game up now and grab everything for nothing.

The game also has a multiplayer mode, of sorts. You can build dungeons and share them with friends to see if they can discover all your secrets. I haven't tried it yet, but it sounds like a clever way of introducing multiplayer to a dungeon crawl.

How's about a blurb:

Dungeon Rushers is a 2D tactical RPG combining dungeon crawler’s gameplay and turn based fights. Manage your team, loot dusty dungeons, crush armies of monsters and craft mighty equipment. Be part of an epic adventure with a colorful cast of characters in an off-beat universe. Build your own dungeon and challenge other players!

The Game:

Over the course of an epic quest, explore many dungeons and loot their guarded treasures. Build your own team by choosing the best hero combination to overcome traps and monsters lurking in the shadows.

Upgrade the skills of your heroes to make them even more fearsome and place them strategically to achieve victory.

Craft your equipment on your own with components gathered during your journey thanks to an advanced system consisting of six different craftsmen.

Complete dungeons and their bonus challenges to unlock the Heroic difficulty, where only the best can make their way to the treasure!

Build your own dungeon in which you can spread traps and monsters to prevent other adventurers from looting your chest! Hire your « dream team » by exploring a world where dungeons and manors have been abandoned by men in favor of the worst creatures, then attack other players' dungeons to plunder their treasure!

Features:

• Campaign mode full of humor with various sound and graphic environments
• Interactive exploration system
• Revised turn based fights with a hint of nostalgia
• Advanced team management (equipment, skills upgrade, in-fight position, ...)
• Wide range of skills to use (scout, heals, dodge, trap deactivation, monsters stalking)
• Crafting system featuring many recipes to unlock
• High replay value with a Heroic difficulty for each dungeon
• Online arena system with matchmaking and ranking
• Battles among friends, to die against people you love
• Epic custom-made soundtrack


You can pick up Dungeon Rushers for iOS, Android, and PC/Mac right now.

- Dungeon Rushers for iOS Universal, $5
- Dungeon Rushers for Android, $5
- Dungeon Rushers for PC/Mac via Steam, $15





Rise of the Elders: Cthulhu Kickstarter Gets Demo
Rise of the Elders: Cthulhu is a video game currently on Kickstarter that combines games like Eldritch Horror, XCOM: Enemy Unknown, and Call of Cthulhu (7th Edition) in one package. It looked pretty cool when we looked at it a few weeks back. It still looks cool, but now you can get even closer by playing a demo of the game and seeing if you like what you see before pledging.

The demo is for Windows and Android, and can be downloaded here.

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In this demo you can play a series of 3 Encounters with the same group of Investigators. Although this doesn't give you a complete overview of the game (no meta-game for now) we hope you'll enjoy the look & feel and that you'll want to see more!


About the Encounters

Bridge is a simple Escape scenario. Just get your Investigators across the pond into the escape zone.
Misty Clearing is a Search scenario. Search the 3 blinking objects for clues and then fall back to the escape zone. To search for clues, select an Investigator adjacent to that object and then tap the object twice : once to se
Souk Market is a Close Portal scenario. You need to get to the Portal and close it before reaching the escape zone. Currently the Portal doesn’t spawn enemies because we haven’t implemented this functionality yet, but that’s the idea


Give it a look and then consider their Kickstarter. They only have 5 days left, and are a whopping $30K below their funding goal.

The game is going to be available for iOS, Android, PC/Mac when/if it sees the light of day.
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App News: Vampire and Mage Released, Onirim Screenshot, Hearthstone Changes, D20studios Returns, Fowl Play! Released and More

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I thought it was just Thursday, turns out it’s crazy news day. Buckle in and get ready for a huge influx of news.


White Wolf and Asmodee Digital Release Vampire the Masquerade and Mage the Ascension

Just a week ago, Dave let us know that Asmodee Digital had revealed unknown digital versions Vampire the Masquerade and Mage the Ascension. Now they are live on the app store!

According to White Wolf, they are interactive fiction games based on these classic role-playing properties. They are inspired by classic choose your own adventure stories. From these trailers, they appear to have pretty interesting art styles. We will be posting First Looks on these early next week.

You can find them here:
Vampire Prelude (iOS)
Vampire Prelude (Android)
Mage the Ascension: Refuge (iOS)
Mage the Ascension: Refuge (Android)

Here are quick trailers for each:







Onirim Screenshot Surfaces
Just a quick update. The Asmodee Digital Twitter posted what I believe is the first screenshot of Onirim. Check it out and let your imagination run wild:







Evolution Delayed, but for a Good Cause!
Scott from the North Star Games digital team dropped us a line to talk about the future of the digital version of Evolution. If you attended Gen Con or checked out our coverage you saw the game in a pretty complete state.

Well, the team felt they could do better and has gone back to the drawing board with a whole new style. You can read more details in their full blogpost. All in all, it sounds like it will result in a better product.

For now, check out these new screens:







Hearthstone Enters the Year of the Mammoth and More
There are press release and there are press releases, this is the later. Today Blizzard announced the Year of the Mammoth, basically the starts of new season that removes some older cards from play. But really, that is not all. Let me try to unpack it all:

1. The Year of the Mammoth is starting which means sets released in 2015 will enter the Wild format, not legal for standard and tournament play. That means say goodbye to the cards from Blackrock Mountain, The Grand Tournament, and League of Explorers.
2. That’s not all, we also learned about the expansions for 2017. Rather than alternating story expansions (where the cards are set and everyone gets them) and standard expansions (where you buy cards in blind buy packs), we are getting 3 full 130 card expansions. Story expansions are gone, though there will still be some single player content included with each release.
3. The biggest surprise of all is that several cards from Classic set are being moved to the Wild only. They are calling it the Hall of Fame. These include: Azure Drake, Sylvanas Windrunner, Ragnaros, and more.
4. Lastly, if you come back and win 10 games of Standard Hearthstone, you will be awarded a brand new Rogue Hero, Maiev Shadowsong

Here is a trailer detailing all the changes:




D20Studios Reveals Summoners Fate
Remember Hero Mages? We reviewed this turn-based strategy game back in 2012.

Designer and founder of the studio Ross has announced he is working on a brand new project. The title is Summoner’s Fate and it appears to be a shiny new spiritual successor to Hero Mages. It’s slated for release in fall 2017 and promises more crunchy strategy gameplay. They’ve got more details on their website and we’ve got the first screenshots below:







Duelyst iOS Beta Signups Open
Duelyst is a turn-based card strategy game that has received praise from all over the industry in its PC debut. It also none other than Eric Lang on its design team.

The game is coming to iOS soon and you can sign up now to apply for the beta. I’ve heard good things, so don’t miss this opportunity.



Fowl Play! Released
We just received word from BGG User ycyclop that they’ve released an iPad version of Fowl Play! designed by Richard Breese. It features AI play with up to 3 other players with varying difficulty levels. It looks like a great take on this classic design.

You can pick it up in the App Store now.

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App News: Agricola All Things Big and Small Heads to Big Screen, Tank on Tank Invades PC/Mac and Pathfinder Ditching Quest Mode

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DIGIDICED Releases Agricola: All Creatures Big and Small for PC/Mac
Even before they announced that their next project is everyone's favorite crunchy euro, Terra Mystica, DIGIDICED had made a pretty decent name for themselves by porting over Uwe Rosenberg's two-player games to mobile. They had also ported both Le Havre: The Inland Port and Patchwork to PC/Mac on Steam. Yesterday, the third of those titles, Agricola: All Creatures Big & Small, also made its way to Steam.

The Steam version is essentially the exact same title that we've been playing for months on our tablets, only now you can play with a mouse. Oh, and you can play online against anyone on any device, which is pretty cool.

What's even cooler is that the Steam version is currently on sale for 30% off. That means you can pick it up for PC/Mac for only $7.

- Agricola: All Creatures Big and Small for iOS Universal, $5
- Agricola: All Creatures Big and Small for Android, $5
- Agricola: All Creatures Big and Small for PC/Mac via Steam, $7 (on sale)



Lock 'n Load's Tank on Tank Now Available for PC/Mac
Sometimes we like to report really old news and pretend that it's new. This usually occurs when we have our blinders on and miss something that we really should have been paying attention to. In December we missed the release of Lock n' Load's light tank battler Tank on Tank and we're going to act as though it was just released yesterday to save face.

Tank on Tank is a full-blown wargame with hexes, chits, line of sight, action points, etc. That said, it's easy enough that you can pick it up and start playing almost instantly. All the war game fun without the war game headache. Like its cardboard forebear, it comes in two flavors: Eastern Front and Western Front. You can also buy a bundle which packages both together in one (cheaper) package.

Put together, there is an impressive amount of scenarios covering a hefty portion of World War II.

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Module Westfront with 19 Scenarios and 4 Campaigns (‘Operation Jake’ is a shorter introductory Campaign with 2 Scenarios on a single Map A):
-Overrun
-Tiger 222
-Screen
-Crossing the Douve
-Recon Failure
-Hasty Defense
-Recon Into Sector
-River Crossing
-Pershing Power
-Relieve Peiper
-Dense Forest
-Side Attack
-Omaha Beach
-Utah Beach
-Christmas Day
-Prelude
-Saint Lo Day 1
-Saint Lo Day 2
-Saint Lo Day 3
-D-Day – Campaign
-Operation Jake – Campaign
-Saint Lo – Campaign
-Ardennes – Campaign

Module Eastfront with 19 Scenarios and 3 Campaigns (Stalingrad consists of 5 Scenarios 18 Turns each on an evolving unique Stalingrad Map):
-Slow Response
-Pak Front
-Betrayal
-Closing In
-Dash for the Dvina
-Smashing Through
-Relief Convoy
-Roll Back
-City Fight
-Heavy Clash
-Red Storm
-Panther Pride
-Clear the Road
-Counter Attack
-The First Bid
-Day 2
-Day 3
-Day 4
-Day 5
-Operation East – Campaign
-Donets Campaign 1943 – Campaign
-Stalingrad – Campaign


The game has both solo play vs. AI and multiplayer and is currently available via direct download from LnL. They are also trying to get the game greenlit on Steam right now, with Western Front as the main download and Eastern Front available via DLC. If you want to see Tank on Tank available on Steam, head over here to vote for it. Even if you don't care if it moves to Steam, voting for it is still a nice thing to do.

- Tank on Tank: Westfront for PC, $25
- Tank on Tank: Westfront for Mac, $25
- Tank on Tank: Eastfront for PC, $25
- Tank on Tank: Eastfront for Mac, $25
- Tank on Tank: Westfront and Eastfront Bundle for PC, $40
- Tank on Tank: Westfront and Eastfront Bundle for Mac, $40





Pathfinder Adventures Gets Valentine's Day Update, Plans to Ditch Quest Mode
We all love Pathfinder Adventures and we know you do, too. As such, it's always good news when Obsidian Entertainment sends an update our way. Yesterday brought two updates: a digital update to version 1.1.6.4.1 and a blog update with some future plans. The former is good news, the latter not so much.

Version 1.1.6.4.1 brings some Valentine's themed items into the store, but it also continues Obsidian's quest to pare the seemingly endless lists of bugs that plague Pathfinder:

Obsidian wrote:

What's New

New Alts
Two new alts are now available for purchase in the store!
-Noble Valeros: Diplomacy increased to +3 (Base: +2)
-Matchmaker Harsk: Diplomacy +1 added as a subskill
Four New Bundles!
-Team Valeros ($4.99 USD): Purchase the Noble Valeros Alt, the unique Ornate Longsword promo card, and 12 chests!
-Upgraded Team Valeros ($9.99 USD): Purchase Noble Valeros, the unique Charming Longsword and 24 chests!
-Team Harsk ($4.99 USD): Purchase Matchmaker Harsk, the unique Ornate Heavy Crossbow, and 12 chests!
-Upgraded Team Harsk ($9.99 USD): Purchase Matchmaker Harsk, the unique Heavy Crossbow of Affection, and 24 chests!!
Discounted Adventure Decks!
​-Burnt Offerings 90% OFF!
-The Skinsaw Murders 85% OFF!

Fixes

Cards
-Invoke: Is no longer incorrectly banished when played off turn by a character with the Divine skill.
-Spellward Shield: No longer incorrectly reduces all damage when revealed
Character
-Lem's upgraded Bardic Performance will no longer incorrectly remove bonuses to checks if cancelled before recharging a card.
-Sajan's Painted Alt will now properly add his bonus when closing the Apothecary
Location
-Death Zone: Now correctly applies its power when performing the closing check


So that's all well and good, but now we have to deal with their blog update.

While Quest Mode has been a part of Pathfinder since the beginning, the devs aren't able to address all its issues and keep producing new content and squash other bugs. As such, they're planning on killing Quest Mode in the upcoming 1.1.6.5 update.

Obsidian wrote:
Quite a few months ago we had to make a choice that would help create our content in more timely fashion. The time between Deck 3 and 4 was, believe it or not, over four months. Sure, we released the phone version in there but for our existing users it was an unacceptably long delay.

Some of our most vocal fans felt betrayed and some even refused to play until we had something new. It was in these dark times that we put a stop on trying to maintain content for the Story Campaign and Quest mode simultaneously.

It's now five months later and we still haven't thrown any new content at the feature and only fix issues where it would break the game or the story campaign.

Until we can do the feature justice we are going to remove it from the game.

Will it stay gone? Possibly.

For all the folks that play Quest Mode for the next couple of weeks here is a list of the rewards that you will receive if you play prior to patch 1.1.6.5:

-125 Gold per level of the highest Quest Mode character. That's 5000 Gold for a level 40.
-1000 Gold Bonus for a level 40.
-A new set of dice, " Pearlescent Dice of Service"
-The legendary card "Elemental Body"
-Chests, depending on what level your highest Quest Mode character is:
Level 1 - 10: 2 Chests
Level 11 - 20: 4 Chests
Level 21 - 30: 6 Chests
Level 31 - 39: 8 Chests
Level 40: 10 Chests

We are in the works on leveraging as much content from Quest Mode as possible and potentially creating side stories that allows the player to use their campaign characters.


There's your incentive for playing the heck out of Quest Mode! The update for 1.1.6.5 is planned for late February/early March, so you have a couple weeks to level up those Quest Mode characters.

- Pathfinder Adventures for iOS Universal, free
- Pathfinder Adventures for Android, free
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Asmodee Puts Apps on Sale for Valentine's Day
While curmudgeons and the unloved like myself tend to loathe everything about Valentine's Day, Asmodee Digital is doing what they can to make our day suck a little less. They've announced that many of their apps are on sale through February 19, and all of these are worth picking up at their reduced prices.

The games on sale include new favorites like Mysterium and older gems like Pandemic. If you haven't picked these up in the past, now's the time.

- Mysterium for iOS Universal, $5 (IAP on sale for $1)
- Mysterium for Android, $5 (IAP on sale for $1)
- Mysterium for Windows via Steam, $7 (IAP on sale for $1.50)

- Pandemic: The Board Game for iOS Universal, $3 (IAP on sale for $1)
- Pandemic: The Board Game for Android, $3 (IAP on sale for $1)

- Colt Express for iOS Universal, $3
- Colt Express for Android, $3
- Colt Express for Windows via Steam, $4.89

- Potion Explosion for iOS Universal, $3
- Potion Explosion for Android, $3

- Mr. Jack Pocket for iOS Universal, $3
- Mr. Jack Pocket for Android, $3



Tinytouchtales Submits Card Thief to Apple
One of my most anticipated titles isn't a board game, but instead is a wholly original card game from the minds that brought us the fantastic Card Crawl. The follow-up from Tinytouchtales is called Card Thief and it should be on our iDevices very, very soon.



Card Thief is a much deeper, more complex, and more strategic card game than Card Crawl, so if you found Card Crawl to be not to your liking, you might want to give Card Thief a try.

You play as a thief and use stealth mechanisms to explore a castle made of cards in a 3x3 grid, avoiding torches and lit areas and trying to loot as much as possible. The goal of each run is to grab the chest and find the exit, using the loot in each chest to unlock better equipment and new castles to explore. New castles means new enemies and different strategies, and it all works really, really well.

No word on when Card Thief will arrive on the App Store, but it shouldn't be long now. There's also an Android version in the works, and it sounds like it will be released shortly after the iOS version.


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Tin Man Games Releases Miss Fisher, Announces Release Date of Warlock of Firetop Mountain
It's been a big week for the fine folks over at Tin Man Games. Earlier this week they released their latest bit of interactive fiction, Miss Fisher and the Deathly Maze, and yesterday they dropped a bit of news about the long-awaited mobile port of their classic dungeon crawler, The Warlock of Firetop Mountain (2016).

Let's talk about Miss Fisher first, shall we? Yesterday I wrote about Miss Fisher at my other home and admitted I hadn't seen the show the game is based on, nor even have a Netflix account to do so. Last night I remedied both of those problems and have now 2 episodes of Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries under my belt. Oh, Phryne Fisher, where have you been all my life?

Miss Fisher is an amateur sleuth in 1920's Melbourne who has brains, money, an incredible bob, and is, understandably, pretty awesome. She's surrounded by more dead bodies than Jessica Fletcher, and is smarter than every dude on the show except, perhaps, her butler whose name is actually Mr. Butler.

Did I mention that I'm digging it quite a bit?

So, Tin Man's release is the first episode of a lengthy murder mystery and its hand drawn style and smart dialog make it a perfect fit for fans of the show. You'll explore locations and interrogate suspects, while the game records all the relevant information in your detective's notebook. I haven't played a lot of the game thus far (I've really been watching a lot of Netflix in the past 24 hours...) but I think fans of the show will like it and fans of interactive fiction will find a lot here to love as well. It's available for iOS Universal and runs $3.

- Miss Fisher and the Deathly Maze Ep. 1 for iOS Universal, $3


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