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App Release: Stockpile

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Stockpile Released


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Compatibility: iOS Universal, Android, PC/Mac/Linux
Current Price: $5
Developer/Publisher: Digidiced UG
Download Size: 228 MB
Multiplayer: Asynchronous Online, cross-platform
AI: Yes
iTunes Link: Stockpile
Android Link: Stockpile
PC/Mac/Linux Steam Link: Stockpile(not available until September 21)
BGG Entry: Stockpile
VGG Entry: Stockpile


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App News: Asmodee Digital Bringing More Than Just Carcassonne to Switch and Smash Up! Gets Awesome

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Asmodee Announces a Slew of Switch Releases
We learned a while back that Asmodee Digital was setting their sights on Nintendo's handheld console with an upcoming release of Carcassonne - Tiles & Tactics. Last night that was confirmed, along with confirmation that Asmodee will not stop until they have complete world domination. In other words, a bunch of other games are coming to the Switch as well.

Aside from Carcassonne which should arrive this holiday season, the Switch will also see ports of The Lord of the Rings Living Card Game, Pandemic: The Board Game, Catan (2007), and Munchkin, all coming in 2019.

Most of those games we've already seen either on Steam, mobile, or both. Munchkin is the odd man out, here, and we know that it will not be a one-for-one adaptation of the beloved/hated card game. Instead it will be a roguelike, card-based dungeon crawler set in the Munchkinverse. It actually sounds a lot better than the actual card game, but I'm not a fan of the card game. I know you're out there, though, and you're probably feeling the same way I felt when I realized the digital LotR LCG wasn't the same thing as the tabletop version. Don't worry, you probably won't get over it.

Of course, this is only what Asmodee announced yesterday. I'm assuming it's not the end of their Switch lineup, and if they announce anything else we'll bring it to you.

[Yes, Dave is aware that this is not iOS news and, therefore, violates the sacred promise made in the title of this blog. He, and all his ancestors, apologize vehemently -ed.]



Smash Up Gets Awesome Level 9000 DLC
The digital version of Smash Up was released a while ago from Nomad Games Ltd (II) (and published by you-know-who) and yet we don't give it a lot of love. Part of that is the fact that I never bought it. To be honest, the cardboard version never really did anything for me, so the digital port was lost in the shuffle.

I know I'm the odd one here, though, as it has a ton of fans. Asmodee knows this, too, and today they added something we've been waiting for since the app released: more factions. Right now you can snap up 4 new factions by downloading the Smash Up: Awesome Level 9000 expansion which is available via DLC.

The Awesome Level 9000 expansion offers four new factions to add to the mix:

The Smash Up: Awesome Level 9000 expansion features 4 all-new distinct factions that you can mix and match to defeat your opponents. Mix & match them together or with the factions from the Base Set or any other Smash Up expansions to create exponential new combinations!

Killer Plants – Better deal with these guy fast, leave them alone and they’ll grow all over the place… like weeds! *rimshot*

Ghosts – Unlike just about every card game in history, Ghosts benefit from having less cards in your hand. Can you be immaterial?

Steampunks – Can’t leave a good base alone, the Steampunks will add new abilities to bases to help your strategies.

Bear Cavalry – What’s scary? A bear. What’s really scary? A cossack riding a bear! Bear Cavalry will use fear to drive opposing minions away to other bases.

Combine these groups into teams of two for various effects! Smash Up: Awesome Level 9000 also contains 8 new Base cards to compete over.


The DLC isn't listed on the iTunes page for Smash Up, so I'm not sure how much the expansion will cost you, but considering the app is only $4, I'm guessing in the $2 range?

Smash Up is available for iOS, Android, and PC at the links below.

- Smash Up for iOS Universal, $4
- Smash Up for Android, $3.50
- Smash Up for PC via Steam, $7


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App News: C&C Ancients Arrives on Steam, Kahuna Comes to iOS/Android, and Love Letter Is In The Mail and more...

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Commands & Colors: Ancients Comes to PC/Mac
The big GMT Games news around Gen Con was the deal they had recently struck with Playdek to develop their catalog. It was so big, in fact, that it was easy to forget that they weren't the only developer out there digitizing GMT titles. Another was HexWar Games (HexWar) who have been working on a digital version of Commands & Colors: Ancients for a while now. Today we get to see the fruits of their labor as C&C: Ancients has just been released on Steam for PC and Mac.

Blurb time:

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The game allows players to portray important engagements of ancient history. The battles focus on the historical deployment of forces and important terrain features on the scale of the game system.

The scale of the game is flexible and varies from battle to battle. For some scenarios, an infantry unit may represent an entire legion of soldiers, while in other scenarios, a unit may represent just a few brave warriors.

The command card system drives movement, creates “fog of war” and presents players with many interesting challenges and opportunities, while the battle dice resolve combat quickly and efficiently. The battlefield tactics you will need to execute to gain victory conform remarkably well to the strengths and limitations of the various ancient unit types, their weapons, the terrain and history.

Key Features:
-15 Scenarios from important engagements of ancient history
-Over 50 unique combat and command cards to simulate tactical and strategic choices
-Make strategic choices faithful to the era with chariots, archers, foot soldiers and mounted units
-Play as Syracusan, Carthaginian or Roman
-Three levels of AI difficulty


What the blurb doesn't mention is online multiplayer, which C&C: Ancients doesn't seem to have. I mean, I haven't downloaded it myself, but it looks to be a completely solo affair vs. AI which seems like an odd choice.

We do know that their is an iOS and Android version in final testing so we should see that hitting the App Store and Google Play in the not too distant future. The Steam version, on the other hand, is on sale for 30% off the regular price through next Wednesday.

- Commands & Colors: Ancients for PC/Mac via Steam, $14



Kahuna Released Android, Updated on iOS
The iOS version of Kahuna released back in 2014 and, to be honest, fell completely off my radar. That's not a knock on the game, more a knock on myself for not being able to keep up with the slew of digital board games released in the past few years. A recent email has reignited my interest in this one, however, and if you're an Android user you should be excited as well. Kahuna just made the jump to Google Play.

Kahuna is a game where you build magic bridges between islands and...yeah, let's just blurb it.

Two priests – the wielders of Kahuna magic – compete to determine which of them has greater powers. With a select group of 12 uninhabited islands, they use their magical powers to build bridges linking those islands to each other.

Kahuna is easy to learn – but a challenge to truly master! Rivals use cards strategically to place bridges between the islands or remove opponent's bridges. As soon as the majority of bridges are conquered around an island, Kahuna marker stones can be placed on that island. The player who holds the most Kahuna stones after a round will score points. It’s all about clever placement of limited cards for maximum impact.

- Magical game for one or two players
- Easy rules for a fast game start
- Campaign mode for single players
- Turn-based multiplayer mode for two players
- Numerous Game Center achievements
- 12 AI opponents with different personalities and tactics provide varied challenges
- Based on the successful board game classic
- Available languages: English, German, Dutch


The game has fairly rave reviews on both the App Store and Google Play, so if Kahuna is your thing, don't wait any longer!

- Kahuna for iOS Universal, $3
- Kahuna for Android, $3



Love Letter is Coming to Digital Courtesy of Nomad Games
While Love Letter is one of my favorite, quick card games, news this week of a digital version has me worried. I mean, the game is quick and social, so will a digital version do it justice? From the first screenshots we've seen from Nomad Games Ltd (II), the answer is yes.

Nomad wrote:
Love Letter is a game of risk, deduction, and luck for 1–4 players. Your goal is to get your love letter into Princess Annette's hands while deflecting the letters from competing suitors. From a deck with only sixteen cards, each player starts with only one card in hand; one card is removed from play. On a turn, you draw one card, and play one card, trying to expose others and knock them from the game. Powerful cards lead to early gains, but make you a target. Rely on weaker cards for too long, however, and your letter may be tossed in the fire!


That explains it better than I could. I didn't even know the princess had a name. Who knew?

The digital version of Love Letter will be out in October for iOS, Android, and PC/Mac. We'll try to see if we can uncover how multiplayer will work and more before its release.



Stockpile Set to Launch Next Week
The folks at Digidiced UG have announced that their digital port of the Nauvoo Games' classic, Stockpile, will be making its appearance on the App Store next week, September 18. It will also be coming to Android on the very same day.

Digidiced wrote:
Stockpile is an economic board game that combines the traditional stockholding strategy of buy low, sell high with several additional mechanisms to create a fast-paced, engaging and interactive experience.

In Stockpile, players act as stock market investors at the end of the 20th century hoping to strike it rich, and the investor with the most money at the end of the game is the winner. Stockpile centers on the idea that nobody knows everything about the stock market, but everyone does know something. In the game, this philosophy manifests in two ways: insider information and the stockpile.

Both of these mechanisms are combined with some stock market elements to make players consider multiple factors when selling a stock. Do you hold onto a stock in hopes of catching a lucrative stock split or do you sell now to avoid the potential company bankruptcy? Can you hold onto your stock until the end of the game to become the majority shareholder, or do you need the liquidity now for future bidding? Do you risk it all by investing heavily into one company, or do you mitigate your risk by diversifying your portfolio?

In the end, everyone knows something about the stock market, so it all comes down to strategy execution. Will you be able to navigate the movements of the stock market with certainty? Or will your investments go under from poor predictions?

- The easy to follow tutorial guides you through the rules
- cross-platform play with all opponents
- ranked and casual games
- world ladder with GLICKO rating
- 6 optional combinable rulesets for unlimited replayability
- 5 AI opponents (easy, medium and hard)
- scalable game complexity
- play offline alone or with your friends/spouse
- asynchronous game with notifications
- fast ranked games for live experience
- 10 new quality avatars for your DIGIDICED collection
- Languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Korean, Chinese (simplified), Japanese, Russian and Italian


I've been in the beta for a while now and Digidiced has done a great job with this one (as we would expect). Apart from the base game the digital version also comes with the Stockpile: Continuing Corruption expansion for free. You can split up and use the different modules from the expansion as you wish and did I mention it won't cost you an extra cent?

Stockpile will be available for iOS Universal and Android next Tuesday. Get ready.





Carrier Battles for Guadalcanal Gets Another Update
The little war game that could, Carrier Battles for Guadalcanal, got another update a couple weeks ago and it slipped right by our very non-nimble fingers. This shouldn't come as a huge surprise as CBFG might just be the most updated game on the App Store. It's not bug-fixing, either. These are game-changing updates each and every time.

In this latest update we have:

Cyril Jarnot wrote:
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Weather:
- Weather is now part of the main rules !
- The landing penalty for landing in storm has been halved
- Air units won't land in storm unless forces by nightfall or endurance

Search & Intelligence:
- Scouts may be detected and intercepted
- Scouts which have successfully detected a TF will shadow the TF until forced by CAP, fuel or night
- New intelligence increase depending on shadowing, weather, surface radar, etc..
- The map shows only the latest observed position of enemy Task Forces
- Scout may report an approximative position of detected TF
- New Level 3 display for on-map TF
- When a battle occurs, TF intelligence increases to Level 3 instead of 4

Damage:
- A bit more chance for air units to be damaged vs destroyed
- No more endurance penalty for damaged air units
- A bit more risk of major fire for TRS

Miscellaneous:
- In an air to sea attack, there is more chance to target CV versus smaller carriers and more chance to target operative CV
- The air-to-sea factor of G4M/G3M has been reduced to zero when flying with the minimum of bombs
- The base chance of hitting land targets for bombers is 20% instead of 25%
- Escort ships of TRS may also bombard
- Better retreat management after surface battles
- B-26 do not carry torpedoes before Midway


That's not all, Cyril is also starting to explore other platforms meaning that iOS users might not be the only ones to have all this fun in the near future. We'll have to wait and see.

- Carrier Battles 4 Guadalcanal for iOS Universal, $7
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First Look: Onitama

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- Really well done digital version that captures the game.
- Online system seems great.
- Free to start but IAP is reasonable.
- There are a few bugs that should be addressed soon.

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App News: Onitama Arrives on Mobile and Scythe Releases on Steam

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Onitama Now Available on Mobile
While Asmodee Digital is often in the news, today marks an especially good day if you're a fan of the little publisher that could. First off, we have the game I like to call "7 Wonders part 2" due to its lengthy beta phase and not-quite-as-long day count in the comments. That game is Onitama and it's out right now for iOS and Android.

Here's the blurb:

Asmodee Digital wrote:
Immerse yourself in an ancient Japanese setting and discover Onitama, an exciting, fast-paced strategy game! Onitama is somewhat reminiscent of chess and rather addictive with its dynamic game mechanic in which warriors face off so their master may win the game. Concentration and luck are the only weapons you'll have at your disposal! You'll need to fully master mind and body to defeat your opponents.

THINK STRATEGY!
Every opponent has four warriors and one elder at their disposal. The objective is simple: win the battle. To do so, you must either capture your opponent's elder or take their place in the temple arch. The game is easy to play, but you'll need time to become a true master. Although, not really... Onitama is the ideal strategy game for exercising your mind, as you'll have to think ahead about moves! The moves you're allowed to make are determined by five cards which are drawn at random, shown face-up, and shared between players. Each card corresponds to an animal and sets out a specific move that you have to follow. When you play a card, you must place it between you and your opponent and pick up the previously played card, and so on. This way, both players have the exact same chance of winning the game.

IT'S ALL ABOUT ANALYSIS…
The key to success in this simple, elegant type of combat is to stay calm and concentrate. The Shrine of Onitama is a sacred ground where foresight is necessary. Animal spirits will guide you on the perilous path and allow you to gain true wisdom. In short, it's an elegant and simple game that captures the essence of martial arts. The game design and calligraphy will make your gaming experience a unique and unforgettable one.

PLAY ON YOUR OWN OR WITH OTHERS
Play against the computer on your own, or against your friends. Fight duels on the same device using pass and play mode. Bored of beating your friends? Connect your Asmodee account and face the best players in the world online! You can also customize your game with new boards, pieces, and music, or get a pack of 16 additional cards by purchasing extensions.

FEATURES:
-Full game
-Solo (several difficulty levels vs artificial intelligence)
-Pass and play (unlock by connecting Asmodee account)
-Online mode
-Sensei's Path extension (20 new cards)
-Customize boards with new music (medieval and science fiction)


The game is free to download and play with IAP to unlock the Sensei's Path expansion as well as other themed skins for the game. Links to the game below:

- Onitama for iOS Universal, free
- Onitama for Android, free




Scythe Digital Edition Leaves Early Access, Now Available for PC/Mac
The digital version of Scythe is probably the most anticipated game to be coming from Asmodee this year behind only Terraforming Mars. If you've been waiting for the Stonemaier Games' epic tale of mechs and serfs to arrive on your laptop, you need not wait any longer. Today Scythe left Early Access and entered full release for PC/Mac.

Asmodee wrote:
Be the hero of one of the five factions – Saxony Empire, Crimean Khanate, Rusviet Union, Polania Republic or Nordic Kingdom – and become the richest and most powerful nation in all of Europa during these dark times! To assure the victory of your people, you will need to explore and conquer new territories, enlist new recruits and deploy your forces by building formidable and terrifying combat Mechs. Replay history in a fictional past full of mechanical engines and technology, where each choice you make will be critical. Choose your battles with care, because in Scythe, victory is achieved with and for the people!

Gameplay:

Asymmetry: every player starts the game with different resources (energy, coins, keen combat sense, popularity…), a different starting location and a secret objective. The starting positions are specifically set to contribute to the uniqueness of every faction and the asymmetrical nature of the game.
Strategy: Scythe offers players almost complete control over their fate. The only elements of chance apart from each player's individual secrete objective card are the Encounter cards, which players draw to interact with the citizens of newly explored lands. Combat is also handled by way of choice; no luck or chance is involved.
Engine Building:
Players can improve their construction abilities to become more efficient, build structures that improve their position on the map, enlist new recruits into their faction, activate mechs to dissuade opponents from invading and expand their borders to reap greater types and quantities of resources. This aspect creates a feeling of energy and progression over the course of the entire game. The order in which players get to develop their economy and technologies adds to the unique feel of every game, even when playing as the same faction several times.

Features:
-Official adaptation of the award-winning board game
-4X strategy game (eXplore, eXpand, eXploit and eXterminate)
-Customize the mat to sharpen your strategy
-Choose a specialty for unique games: Agriculturalist, Industrialist, Engineer, Patriot or Mechanic.
-Fight against two levels of AI and/or your friends in hotseat.
-Check out artistic genius Jakub Rozalski's retro-futuristic illustrations!


Scythe is currently available on Steam for PC/Mac and runs $20. I asked if a mobile version was still in the works and was given a stern "no comment". Read into that what you will.

- Scythe Digital Edition for PC/Mac via Steam, $20

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- Finally, this unique customizable game is on digital.
- This is a new take but seems to share the heart and soul of the original.

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App News: Noch Mal! Lands on Mobile, Digidiced Info Dumps on Stockpile and Indian Summer and more...

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Noch Mal! Comes to iOS and Android
The summer of 2018 will go down as the Summer of Roll-and-Writes with German Names Coming to Digital. Okay, that doesn't quite roll off the tongue as easily as I'd hoped, so maybe it won't catch on. Anyway, it should because we have another dice game to play on the go to go along with the already released Ganz Schön Clever.

This new digital release is a version of Noch mal! from Outline Development. This is a game where you roll dice, check off boxes and score points. Or something. I need to watch a 'how-to-play' video because I'm still having issues wrapping my head around it.

What I'm not having problems with is the app itself. Outline has made a shiny, polished dice app that will allow you to play the solitaire game or play a 2-player game by passing your phone to a friend. It will also replace either the dice or the scoring pad, making it a companion app for the physical version.

Noch Mal! is out for both iOS and Android right now.

- Noch Mal! for iOS Universal, $4
- Noch Mal! for Android, $4



Digidiced Drops New Info on Stockpile and Indian Summer
With as often as we mention them, it feels like Digidiced UG is turning into the new Asmodee Digtial (more on them below). We can't go a week without some new info or a new title is announced from the German developer. This week they contacted us with some new info on two of their upcoming games: Stockpile and Indian Summer



Stockpile is wrapping up its beta and should be out on our devices in September. While that's exciting, we also learned that the Stockpile: Continuing Corruption expansion will also be included on launch day and will be included in the main app. That means it's just there with no need to go buy it via IAP. Not only that, but we'll be able to pick and choose which modules from the app we want to use in each game. Not a bad deal. For the rest of what we can expect, read the blurb:

Digidiced wrote:
- True to the board game rules
- The game will feature the expansion Continuing Corruption as a free addon to the main game
- add single or multiple modules of Stockpile: CC to make every game different
- cross platform multiplayer (Android, iOS and Steam Linux, PC and Mac)
- new: dual user interface approach (different for mobile and desktop)
- local pass and play to play with your spouse/kids
- asynchronous ranked games with global ladder
- 3 AI difficulties for beginners and experts alike
- push notifications
- friend list and chat
- tutorial to easily learn the game
- languages: English, German, Spanish, French, Japanese, Korean, Chinese and Russian


They had me at cross-platform asynchronous play, the rest is just gravy. Look for Stockpile to land for iOS, Android, PC/Mac/Linux within the next month.

Indian Summer is also on the way and is getting ready to enter beta. I've not played this one at all, so I'm going to blurb the hell out of it right from the get-go:

Digidiced wrote:
Before winter makes its appearance, a particularly warm fall bathes the forest in a golden shimmer. During the Indian Summer, New England blossoms one last time. Treetops are ablaze with countless colors — a living rainbow, from green to orange to red. Slowly the first leaves are starting to fall. Meanwhile, our steps and the diligent squirrels rustle the colorful foliage.

On our walks through the woods, we discover all kinds of little treasures; we collect berries, nuts, mushrooms and feathers. We pause for a moment to watch the shy inhabitants of the forest before we set off towards home once again. There, a good book and a hot tea are already awaiting.



Indian Summer is the second part of Uwe Rosenberg's puzzle trilogy following 2016's Cottage Garden, and this game is firmly geared towards experienced players. At the heart of the game are puzzle tiles with holes that are placed on individual forest boards to cover up treasures. When players get their hands on these, they gain more options and an edge over their opponents. All that counts in the end is to be the first to cover your forest floor completely with leaves.

Features
- True to the board game rules
- Beautiful artwork and design
- cross platform multiplayer (Android, iOS and Steam Linux, PC and Mac)
- languages: English, German, Spanish, French, Japanese, Korean, Chinese and Russian
- local pass and play to play with your spouse/kids
- asynchronous ranked games with global ladder
- 3 AI difficulties for beginners and experts alike
- push notifications
- friend list and chat
- tutorial to easily learn the game


Digidiced has done wonders with Uwe Rosenberg's other games, so I have no doubt they'll hit this one out of the park as well. No clue when we might see an actual release, but Digidiced usually doesn't run beta tests for too long, so I'd expect to see this on our iOS, Android, and PC/Mac/Linux machines by year's end.

We'll let you know when they go live and whatever else we learn about from Digidiced (which always seems to be a lot).



Pandemic Makes It to the Big Screen
When we visited with Asmodee Digital at Gen Con, we noticed an icon for Pandemic: The Board Game listed as an upcoming release. This seemed odd because we've been playing Pandemic on our iPad since 2013. Today we figured out what it was there for. Pandemic has gone live on Steam for PC/Mac.

I haven't tried it on my laptop yet, but from the video it doesn't appear to be much changed from its mobile predecessor. There's still no online multiplayer and no AI, so you're stuck with playing solo or hotseat with multiple characters. I don't mind--I prefer my coops solo--but it remains to be seen how the Steam community will respond to that.

You can pick up Pandemic on Steam right now for $10.

- Pandemic: The Board Game for iOS Universal, $5
- Pandemic: The Board Game for Android, $5
- Pandemic: The Board Game for PC/Mac via Steam, $10
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- Visually amazing and great UI execution
- Needs an online community.

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Let's find a time to breathe some life into this online community. Coordinate below and lets play!
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