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App News: Warhammer Quest 2 New Screenshots and Mordheim is Released

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Perchang Reveals More Warhammer Quest 2 Screenshots
The first playable demo of Warhammer Quest 2: The End Times will be shown at Warhammer Fest this weekend! If you can make it to Coventry, you should go check it out and report back!

While we aren’t able to attend but Ben from Perchang did hook us up with some new screenshots. Check them out:





Mordheim: Warband Skirmish Released
Mordheim: City of the Damned is a classic board game from Games Workshop. Today a mobile strategy game based on the board game was released.

You can pick it up now on iOS and Android.

Check out the trailer for more details:
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App News: Onirim Expands, Flash Point: Fire Rescue Crowdfunding Soon, FTL Saved from the App-ocalypse and more...

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Onirim Gets Free Expansion, The Glyphs
A welcome surprise arrived this morning for owners of the wonderful solitaire title, Onirim. Turns out there's a brand new expansion available when you update the app and, ever better, it's free when you create or log into your Asmodee account.

The expansion is called The Glyphs, and it adds a fourth symbol to each color making it easier to get sets of three different symbols of the same color. It also adds another door of each color, though, so...<sad trombone>

The update also brings the usual bug fixes and whatnot, but they also mention that a larger update is on the way with more content and features. Might we, eventually, see all the Onirim expansions in our pockets? Hmm.

- Onirim for iOS Universal, $1
- Onirim for Android, $1



Flash Point: Fire Rescue Crowdfunding Next Week
Yesterday, I was contacted by the fine folks at RetroEpic Software letting me know that a digital version of Flash Point: Fire Rescue is in the works. We've known about a digital version since last year, but things are moving forward with a crowdfunding campaign on Fig to begin next week.

Right now, all we know is that it's being developed for PC and iOS. For the rest of the what we know, here's the blurb:

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Become a real hero in the brand new digital version of the award-winning fire-rescue themed board game, Flash Point: Fire Rescue. Command your skilled squad of highly trained firefighters through the hazards of a building set ablaze; rescuing the men, women and animals trapped inside. Careful strategizing will be key to your success as you respond to the unpredictable nature of the flames. The smoke is spreading rapidly, fires are raging and explosions wrack the building. Are you willing to risk damaging the building structure to create a direct route to what could be a false alarm? Is it wise to open that bedroom door with smoke filling the room? Should you put out the smoke in this room or rush past the fire to what you think is a victim of the flames? It's all up to you and lives are on the line, depending on the decisions you make. Flash Point: Fire Rescue is a turned-based strategy game where every move and decision you make matters. Your squad is made up of specially trained firefighters. Make the most of each turn using limited action points and specialised abilities, as you move through the burning building, extinguish smoke and fires and rescue victims from the flames.

Features

-The board game you already know and love - now digital!
-Play the game solo or with friends!
-Two houses and plenty of victims to rescue from the flames.
-Beautiful artwork and animation bring your favourite game to life.
-8 different fire fighters - each with their own specialist abilities - to choose from.


We've got a call in to RetroEpic for more info, and we'll pass along whatever info we can scrounge up. Until then, take a look at some pretty screenshots.





FTL: Faster Than Light Updated to 64-bit
There's another app we can cross off the "waiting to be executed" list when Apple decides that all 32-bit apps must die: FTL: Faster Than Light.

One of the best PC ports to ever find its way to iPad, it's good to know that it will be sticking around for a long, long time.

That's all. I was just excited. You can move along now.

- FTL: Faster than Light for iPad, $10
- FTL: Faster than Light for PC/Mac/Linux via Steam, $10
- FTL: Faster than Light for PC/Mac/Linux via GoG, $10



Prison Architect: Mobile Arrives on iOS/Android
Just wanted to give everyone a quick heads-up that Prison Architect has arrived for your iPad and Android tablets and it's available to download right now.

The game is free to download, and then you can buy content for the game piecemeal or in one big chunk. Buying the entire game will run you $15.

I've been playing for a bit this morning and have had some issues with the menu. Logging into my Paradox account took a long time (and is required to buy more content), and the menu just seemed unresponsive. Once I started a game, however, everything seemed fine. There was no lag on the menus or while maneuvering around the prison once the game began. I also haven't had any crashes yet. It all seems to be quite smooth. I'm on an iPad Air, so not brand new but not ancient, either. They recommend an iPad3 or newer, so there you go.

Here are the links:

- Prison Architect: Mobile for iPad, free
- Prison Architect: Mobile for Android, free
- Prison Architect for PC/Mac/Linux via Steam, $30
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App News: Jaipur Released for iOS/Android, Prison Architect Landing Tomorrow, and Asmodee Looking to Start Testing Harald

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Jaipur Arrives on the App Store
2017 is turning out to be a fantastic year for mobile gaming in general, but specifically for board/card games on our touchscreens. I'm already spending all my time with Race for the Galaxy, Terra Mystica, and the TtA beta. Now, apparently, we need to find time for another card game port: Jaipur!

I've been playing it for a couple weeks now and Jaipur is definitely worth making time for. The UI is remarkably slick, and the AI is good enough to give you a run for your money. There's online multiplayer, pass-and-play, and solo vs. AI as well as a solitaire campaign in which you need to unlock trading regions, each with its own twist on the standard Jaipur rules.

Jaipur includes:
• A faithful adaptation of Sebastien Pauchon's original Jaipur game
• Online cross-platform 2 player mode
• Local pass & play mode
• Solo play against 3 difficulty levels of AI
• An extensive campaign mode
• All new artwork by Vincent Dutrait
• Detailed, interactive, turn-by-turn, in-game tutorial.
• Achievement tracking
• No in-app purchases or ads
• Languages available: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish.


Jaipur is on sale with a special launch price right now, so don't dawdle. Even if you haven't played before, you'll want to pick it up. I liked the digital version so much, I picked up the cardboard version. Yes, it's that good.

The only negative is that it won't work on iPad2, iPad Mini 1, or iPhone 4S. Anything after those, though, and you're golden.

Download at the links below:

- Jaipur: A Card Game of Duels for iOS Universal, $3
- Jaipur: A Card Game of Duels for Android, $3





Prison Architect Landing on Mobile Tomorrow
One of our most anticipated titles for mobile isn't a board game port at all, but a simulation/building game that was released on PC back in 2015. Prison Architect is exactly what you think it is, and it was due to land on mobile sometime this spring. Pocket Gamer is reporting that its time has come and it will be released for iPad and Android tablets tomorrow.

Prison Architect is the brainchild of Introversion Software, but the mobile port is coming to us via Paradox Interactive (I) as part of their new focus on strategic mobile titles. They picked a good game to start with. Not only is Prison Architect a fantastic builder/simulation, but the App Store is so barren when it comes to decent builders, Prison Architect immediately moves up to the #1 spot.

Prison Architect: Mobile will be free to download with content available via IAP. Not sure what the content will cost, but all the content from the PC version will be available to unlock in the mobile version.

Keep an eye on the App Store. This is another one that you won't want to miss.





Asmodee Bringing Harald to Digital, Looking for Testers
When Brad told me that Asmodee was bringing Harald to digital, I assumed he meant that kid with the magic purple crayon. Little did I know that there is actually a card game named Harald and it was released just a couple years ago. (I still would like a video game based on the kid and his crayon)

Harald is a 2-4 player card game that plays in about 30 mins.

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Harald has finally unified the different kingdoms and become the King of this powerful nation. With the newly established peace, the different peoples are going to war on a different battle field: one of intrigue and struggles for influence. Send your emissary to the King’s Council to win his favor so your village becomes the most prestigious.

Harald is game of influence and majority. As the head of a village, each player will try to charm the most influential character of the realm to be noticed by the king and obtain his favor. But to win you will need to think and use wisely the abilities of each character.

Each turn, players execute 3 actions in order:
play one card in the king's council
play one card in his village
draw cards
At the end of the game, each card in the village of a player counts as many points as numbers of the same cards in the king’s council.
Each character also own a condition to score bonus points.


Asmodee is bringing Harald to PC, iOS, and Android but they need some testers to get it moving. That's where you come in. If you want to be a tester, head over here and sign up. You'll need to have an Asmodee account, so you might need to sign in and then click the link. I'm sure you can figure it out.
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App News: Pixel Tactics Going Online, Tokaido Heading to Steam and more...

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Pixel Tactics Coming to PC, Mac, and Mobile
Last week, Level 99 Games announced that they would be bringing one of their popular tabletop titles, Pixel Tactics, to digital.

I've never gotten my hands on a copy of the physical version, so we're going to go heavy into blurbage here:

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Pixel Tactics is a head-to-head game of tactical combat for two players. Each player has an identical deck of 25 cards, from which they draft a leader. The leader's abilities alter vastly the strategy and playability of every other card in the deck, making the game playable in 25 different ways.

In the game, players take turns placing cards and attacking. Each card can activate in various ways, taking on offensive capabilities in the front rows of the unit, or support powers in the back rows. Cards can also be played as orders – powerful single-time effects that can turn the tide of battle.

Play continues until either player's leader is defeated. A typical game is best of three or five rounds.


The digital version will bring the tabletop version to your PC, Mac, Android, or iOS device. It will allow for online multiplayer, but will also have 100+ solo challenge modes for the lonely among us.



Players will receive free cards when they purchase the game, with new cards being unlocked as you purchase (either with real money or in-game currency) structured campaigns:

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Players will receive some free cards to start their adventure, and can expand their collection by purchasing structured campaigns (either with real or in-game currency) that take you to various venues from the world of Pixel Tactics. Each campaign comes with a handful of new cards and 24 solo challenges to tackle. Overcoming these single-player challenges will further expand your collection and give you access to new Leaders, each of whom possess a powerful new ability.


Pixel Tactics Online is currently in closed alpha testing, but is expected to release for PC, Mac, Android, and iOS in 2017. We'll keep you posted.



Tokaido Wants to Exist on Your Laptop
While there have been so many great board game ports released already in 2017, we're pretty sure that Tokaido is a lock for "prettiest graphics" award when the year ends. The game itself isn't bad either!

If you love playing Tokaido on your mobile device, think of how great it would be to play it on your PC or Mac. That's what Funforge is aiming for. Tokaido is currently trying to get greenlit so it can be distributed on Steam for PC and Mac, fully cross-compatible with the iOS and Android versions, of course!

Head over to Steam and vote "Yes" for Tokaido to make it. It doesn't cost a thing to vote.

- Tokaido for iOS Universal, $6
- Tokaido for Android, $6.50



Imperial Going 64-bit
The digital version of Mac Gerdts' wonderful Imperial doesn't get a lot of love around these parts. Sure, the UI is terrible and it feels like it was cobbled together by an eager fan instead of an experienced developer. Sure, it hasn't been updated since 2013. Despite all that, it remains on my iPad and is still one of my favorite games to quickly solo.

With the upcoming App-ocalypse, I had assumed that Imperial would be going the way of the dodo. Turns out I underestimated the developer, Javelin. One of our Imperial-loving readers, Aram Schvey, contacted the developer who confirmed that the app will be updated to 64-bit and a new version is in the works.

What does "new version" mean? I don't know! We're looking into it, however, and are just thankful that it looks like we'll be able to play Imperial on our iPads for a long, long time.

- Imperial for iPad, $10
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App News: Talisman: Horus Heresy Gets More Warlords, Paradox Focusing on Mobile, Hearthstone News and more...

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Talisman: Horus Heresy Gets 2 New Warlords
Everyone's favorite digital, Warhammer 40K-themed implementation of Talisman (Revised 4th Edition), Talisman: The Horus Heresy, just got a boost with the release of two new warlords.

The two new brutes are Endryd Haar and Typhon which probably means something to those of you caught up on your Warhammer lore. To mean, they sound like rejected character names from Star Wars. Darth Typhon just doesn't work, does it?

Besides the new warlords, which are available via IAP, the base game is also on sale along with Talisman: Digital Edition and Talisman Prologue. If you have been wanting to get your Talisman fix for cheap, now's the time. The sale won't last long though, so don't dawdle.

- Talisman: The Horus Heresy for iOS Universal, $3
- Talisman: The Horus Heresy for Android, $3
- Talisman, The Horus Heresy for PC/Mac via Steam, $9

- Talisman: Digital Edition for iOS Universal, $3
- Talisman: Digital Edition for Android, $3
- Talisman: Digital Edition for Kindle, $3
- Talisman: Digital Edition for PC/Mac via Steam, $4.79

- Talisman: Prologue for iOS Universal, $1
- Talisman: Prologue for Android, $1
- Talisman: Prologue for PC via Steam, $4.19





Paradox Interactive Launching Studio to Focus on Mobile Development
We love Paradox Interactive (I) on our laptops, but on mobile not so much. Their previous games on mobile like Knights of Pen and Paper 2 and Hearts of Iron: War Stories left much to be desired. That's about to change. Within the next month we'll see them launch the Introversion Software-developed hit, Prison Architect, on iPad and Android tablets. Turns out, that's just the beginning.



According to TouchArcade, Paradox is opening a new studio focused entirely on bringing deep strategy titles to mobile. What, exactly, does that mean? At this point, we're not sure, but Prison Architect is definitely a step in the right direction. Whenever it launches, it will immediately become the best simulation/builder you can get on mobile. Yes, it's that good. If they can keep bringing that kind of quality to mobile, I'm up for whatever they craft.

We're in touch with Paradox and will let you know if/when they start detailing what we can expect in the future. Until then, head over and see what TouchArcade has to say.



Hearthstone Updating with Friendly Quests and Deck Sharing
While I stopped playing about 4 expansions ago, the numbers indicate that plenty of you are still playing Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft. That shouldn't be a surprise, Hearthstone is still the premier digital CCG out there and one of the most polished and well-crafted games for mobile. In a few weeks, it's going to get a couple new features that might make it a little more palatable to casual players like me who didn't want to research the meta each month to try an climb the ladder.

Blizzard has announced that in their next major update, Hearthstone will be getting the ability for daily quests, one of the best ways to earn in-game gold to purchase new cards, are going to open up to games between friends. Currently, to fulfill the Daily Quest requirements, you need to play either ranked or unranked games against strangers which can be daunting for someone with few cards or who doesn't play more than a few sessions each week. When the update hits, you can challenge your friends to complete Daily Quests, making all that losing a little more palatable.

Another big addition is the inclusion of deck lists. You will be able to copy a deck and send it to other players, where it will automatically populate a new deck in their copy of the game. This will make net-decking much easier for those of us who get brain cramps trying to build our own decks, and fun to share decks with friends. Basically, you copy the link and the deck will populate, dragging all the appropriate cards into the deck. If you don't have a card in the decklist, it will be grayed out and will offer you suggestions for a replacement.

No word on when the update will land other than in "the coming weeks", but keep a lookout.

- Hearthstone for iOS Universal, free
- Hearthstone for Android, free
- Hearthstone for Kindle, free
- Hearthstone for PC/Mac, free



Cost of Castles of Mad King Ludwig to Plummet Next Week
Next week marks the one-year anniversary of the digital release of Castles of Mad King Ludwig, and the developers want to celebrate in a big way. For one day only, Wednesday, May 24, the app will drop to only $1. That's right, you can get one of the better board game apps released in the last year for one buck.

The sale will only be for Wednesday, so mark your calendars and don't miss it. If you do manage to sleep through it, it's not all bad. The app will be on sale through the entire Memorial Day weekend...it's just won't be as cheap as $1.

Links below:

- Castles of Mad King Ludwig for iOS Universal, $7 (see what a deal that sale is???)
- Castles of Mad King Ludwig for Android, $7 (seriously! only $1 next week Wednesday!)
- Castles of Mad King Ludwig for Kindle, $7 (That's $6 off...how do they do it?)



Power Rangers-Themed Chroma Squad Now on iOS
There are times when Brad sends me a story and tells me to post it with great urgency and I have no idea what the hell is going on. This is one of those times. Apparently, Chroma Squad on iOS is a big thing, and it just happened. So there.

It appears to be wrapped in Power Rangers garb, another franchise I'm too old to know or care about. Hence, I really don't have much to say except what I found out about the game from the iTunes blurb.

Apparently Chroma Squad is a tactical RPG and it was developed by the guys who did the original Knights of Pen and Paper so it's META!

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Chroma Squad is a tactical RPG about five stunt actors who decide to quit their jobs and start their own Power Rangers-inspired TV show! Cast actors, purchase equipment and upgrades for your studio, craft weapons and giant Mechas out of cardboard and duct tape. Once the cameras are rolling, you will control your cast of five colored-jumpsuit-clad warriors in dramatic, turn-based battles!

Optimized for devices with 1GB of RAM or more.

• Customize your TV studio: hire actors, upgrade your gear, do marketing, craft weapons, costumes and giant cardboard robots!
• Tactical RPG combat with a twist: combine your heroes’ abilities with Teamwork maneuvers!
• In-Depth RPG systems with skill trees, random equipment, crafting, and branching storyline with 3 different endings!
• Giant Mecha combat – destroy the city to save the city!
• A love letter to Power Rangers, Tokusatsu and the Japanese series of our childhoods!
• Deliciously-animated pixel art and a chiptune soundtrack that shines like justice!


While I might not understand any of this, I do trust Brad's taste in games, so if he says it's important, IT'S IMPORTANT. It might even be good? I don't know, but I'll bet you that Brad is working on a video review right now.

- Chroma Squad for iOS Universal, $5
- Chroma Squad for Android, $5


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App News: The 7 Wonders Plot Thickens, Scythe Digital Images, and Star Realms Major Update

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The 7 Wonders Plot Thickens
As you know, Dave reported last week that a mysterious release date had shown up on the 7 Wonders Facebook page. We weren’t sure what the release date meant, but we hoped it was the digital version of 7 Wonders. As always, Dave tweeted out the news on the iOS Board Games Twitter.

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Something curious: the Repos Productions Twitter account liked the tweet. Now I’m no detective, but that looks like a good sign…or it means nothing.

Cross your fingers!



Images of Scythe Digital
Are you excited for the digital version of Scythe? I know I am. The team seems to be pretty open in sharing each step of the development process. This week the shared a render of one of the mechs. Check it out:



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Star Realms Gets a Big Update
A new version of the Star Realms app is coming on May 17th. As part of this all current multiplayer games will be wiped, so be sure to finish your games today.

The update is bringing a ton of great things including:
* A sleek new look & feel
* Even easier to play
* New real-time games!

Here is a screenshot of the new look:


This update also includes the Colony Wars expansion for $4.99 IAP. According to the press release this expansion includes:
* 53 All-New Colony Wars cards in the Trade Deck with fun, new mechanics
* Cards that can be purchased from the Trade Row and can immediately be put into play or into a player’s hand.
* Blob faction has a new ability to “acquire a ship of cost x or less for free”.
* The Stealth Tower card that comes with Colony Wars allows you to copy any base in play!
* Two new chapters in the ongoing campaign, each with six missions!

You can get Star Realms on iOS and Android.
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App News: Possible info about that one game...what's it called? It has a number in the title and card drafting?, 1812: The Invasion of Canada Coming from HexWar, and more...

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Possible 7 Wonders Date?
Well, we found this over on the official 7 Wonders Facebook page:



We have absolutely no information to make us think that 7-7-2017 will be related to the long-awaited digital version, but we also have no information to make us think that it isn't being released that day. In other words, it's just a curiosity, and might mean something related to the digital version or it might not.

How's that for journalism? Please tell the committee to forward my Peabody to usual address. Thanks!



HexWar Back With Academy Games, Releasing 1812: The Invasion of Canada
When HexWar released 1775: Rebellion last year, one question that was immediately asked involved other games in the series, namely 1812: The Invasion of Canada. They were mum on the subject for many months, but this morning came clean and let us know that we can expect a digital port of 1812 on our desktops and tablets in late June.

Here's the blurb:

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-3 Scenarios – 1812, 1812 (Short) and 1813.
-Play solo vs. 3 AI difficulties
-60 Cards (Movement & Event)
-Cross-platform 2 player online play or up to 5 player hot seat multiplayer.
-A Faithful conversion of the original board game.




The game will be released for PC, Mac, Linux initially, followed by a later release on both iPad and Android tablets. You can sign up right now to be a part of the PC/Mac beta test here as well.

Now the only big question is, when will someone bring Freedom: The Underground Railroad to my iPad?





Here's One App That Won't Die in the Upcoming 64-bit App-ocalypse: CardWarden
Many years ago we talked about Card Warden from Mike Azzara almost weekly here on the blog. It got to the point where Brad finally had to ask me if Mike and I were related and I had to admit that he's my dad. He's actually not, but don't tell Brad, I'm pretty sure he still believes it.

Card Warden is a fairly incredible tool for recreating card games of any ilk on your iPad. Have you heard of VASSAL? It's kind of like that, but for card games and on a tablet. I used to use it all the time to play Pathfinder Adventure Card Game, but the need for that ended back when Pathfinder Adventures landed on the App Store. Still, I've heard people use it for games like The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game and Friday and I'm sure people have converted Arkham Horror: The Card Game for use inside the program. If you want to play card games for which an app doesn't exist, make your own. It's actually kind of fun.

Anyway, the big news is that Card Warden was updated today with 64-bit support, meaning that it will not be one of those apps that disappears when Apple updates to their next OS. Hooray! I had forgot about it until today's update alert, and now I'm going to spend the next few days getting all my AH: TCG cards scanned.

- Card Warden for iPad, $2
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