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iOS News: Collapsible D Gets English Update, New Fighting Fantasy Book Available, and Stratego Released

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Collapsible D: the Final Minutes of the Titanic Gets English Update
iNigma has updated Collapsible D: The Final Minutes of the Titanic to version 1.1.0. This game was released last last year and is based on the board game from Sir Chester Cobblepot and designer Gianluca Santopietro. That release was met with a bit of unhappy customers, as all text in the game was in Italian. Well, this update adds an English translation to make the game playable for us non-Italian speakers. Collapsible D is for iPad only, costs $5.99USD and is available on the App Store.



Tin Man Games Releases New Fighting Fantasy Gamebook
Tin Man Games has released their second Fighting Fantasy digital gamebook, House of Hell, today. House of Hell was written by Steve Jackson (not this one, but this one) back in 1984 and puts you in the shoes of the guy whose car broke down and stumbled to an old manor looking for help. Predictably, horror ensues. What did you expect? If you played Tin Man's previous Fighting Fantasy book, Blood of the Zombies, you'll know that their gamebooks have a ton of polish and are incredibly fun. House of Hell is available for both iOS Universal and Android and costs $5.99USD. You can get it on the App Store or Google Play.







Stratego Released for iPad
Owen at Pockettactics reported that developer Keesing Games has released an iPad only version of Stratego. They have also released a web and Facebook version, for those without an iPad laying around. The game features online multiplayer and solo play vs. AI. There is also a full 40-piece game, and a quick game in which each side has only 10 pieces. Stratego is for iPad only, costs $6.99USD and is available on the App Store.


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