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Yes, you can now play this transparent card builder on that device you carry around in your pocket (or, if you're like my kids, the device you're constantly dropping on concrete)! To make it even better, they've included the first expansion for the game, Mystic Vale: Vale of Magic, for free. Woohoo!
A curse has been placed on the Valley of Life. Hearing the spirits of nature cry out for aid, clans of druids have arrived, determined to use their blessings to heal the land and rescue the spirits. It will require courage and also caution, as the curse can overwhelm the careless who wield too much power.
Mystic Vale is a deck-building card game, in which players take on the role of druidic clans trying to cleanse the curse upon the land. Each turn, you play cards into your field to gain powerful advancements and useful vale cards. Use your power wisely, or decay will end your turn prematurely. Score the most victory points to win the game!
● Innovative Card Crafting System creates a game experience like you’ve never played before! ● Beautiful artwork and graphics that bring the game to life. ● Concise rules offer a deep gaming experience with meaningful decisions. ● Tremendous replay value that will increase with future expansions.
I haven't had a chance to play the digital version yet, but all indications are that Nomad really knocked it out of the park with this one and getting to play the full game for $5 is a steal. Find out for yourself at the links below:
Scythe expands with Invaders From Afar This news actually happened last week but I missed it mainly due to Scythe: Digital Edition being Steam-only and, therefore, a bit off my radar. That said, an expansion is a big deal, so let's get into it.
Along the rise and fall of empires in Eastern Europa, Invaders From Afar introduces players to two distinct new factions, Clan Albion and Togawa Shogunate, who have deployed their emissaries to scout the land and plan their best strategy for conquest. Both formidable factions possess unique mechs and abilities, bringing fresh challenges, and an entirely updated way for new and seasoned players to experience Scythe: Digital Edition. While Clan Albion craves control of new territories, the Togawa Shogunate are determined to slow their enemy’s progress by placing traps behind them.
In addition to the two new factions, Invaders From Afar deepens the competition by allowing 2 additional players to join the Scythe: Digital Edition universe, for a total of up to 7 players. The expansion also adds two new player mats - Militant and Innovative - offering players new strategies to master, further determining what they can bolster, upgrade, produce, deploy, move, build, trade and enlist.
The expansion can be had on Steam for $10 and, if you're a Scythe fan, is probably already downloading.
Asmodee shows off Gloomhaven and reveals Early Access launch date Considering that it's, in theory, the #1 board game of all time, we've been a bit lax on our digital Gloomhaven coverage. It's not entirely our fault. Asmodee has been unusually stingy with news...until today.
Earlier this morning Asmodee unveiled the digital version of Glooomhaven for the first time via a live Twitch stream. The whole thing was about 4 hours long and they showed off more than enough for us to realize that digital Gloomhaven is going to be something special.
They also announced a release date of sorts. Not for the final product, but for the Early Access release on Steam. If you have a PC (it doesn't appear to be coming to Mac or Linux...yet) you can pick it up in Early Access on July 17.
Go watch the video and when you're finished head to the Steam page and wishlist it so you don't forget!