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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:

Level 99 wrote:
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.

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- 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.

Here’s the tweet:


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:



You can see more images on their Twitter account.



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:

HexWar wrote:
Key Features:

-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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First Look: Catan Universe

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Availability: Steam and Web (other platforms in the future)
Price: Free ($14.99 to unlock full game)
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Availability: iOS, Android
Price: $6.99
Store Links: App Store, Google Play

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App News: Galaxy Trucker Celebrates ITTD, Keith Burgun Returns...to Kickstarter? and more...

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Galaxy Trucker Celebrating International Tabletop Day
Because Czech Games Edition is full of cool people who don't take themselves or their games too seriously, they're constantly doing fun stuff. It starts with their printed rulebooks, bleeds into their artwork, and has found its way to their digital offerings as well. Not only is Galaxy Trucker loaded with humor and in-jokes, but CGE will update it and add more silliness when required. This is just such an occasion.

This weekend is International Tabletop Day, and to celebrate CGE has updated Galaxy Trucker to include a special ITTD mission that is only available from now until Monday. The mission involves trucking CGE board games across the stars, with three truckers winning a physical copy of one of the games in their ship.

How, exactly, the winners will be picked isn't quite clear from the info I currently have, but I'm guessing it will be obvious once you log in and take part.



That's not all! Both the game and the expansion are on sale over the weekend as well. Both the base game and expansion are only $3 until Monday. If you don't own GT yet, you need to remedy that right away.

- Galaxy Trucker for iPhone, $3
- Galaxy Trucker for iPad, $3

- Galaxy Trucker for Android, $3
- Galaxy Trucker for Kindle, $3

- Galaxy Trucker for Windows Phone, $5



Keith Burgun Heads to Kickstarter for Next Title, Push the Lane
Keith Burgun is known 'round these parts as a puzzle/tactical game genius. He's the creative mind behind gems like 100 Rogues, Empire: The Deck-Building Strategy Game, and Auro: A Monster-Bumping Adventure. He's got a new game swirling around in his brain and it's on Kickstarter now. Before everyone comments that they wouldn't back an iOS Kickstarter ever again, never fear...the game isn't slated for mobile.

The game is called Push the Lane and is a mixture of MOBA, puzzle, and rogue-like. It's turn-based and has a healthy dash of boardgaminess as well.

The game involves sliding gems from one side of a grid to the other, eventually gaining points when you're the one who controls said lane. Your character has special abilities and you can construct buildings to improve your gems. I'm not doing it justice, but if you know previous Burgun titles, you'll know that he can make the strange and seemingly mundane incredibly intriguing. He made an entire game about bumping monsters into water, after all.

-8 playable characters with their own unique abilities at launch, more later on. (More with stretch goals!)
-12 buildings that do different things, like produce gems, move gems, power up gems, move the player, and more. Combine the buildings together for cool combo effects! (More buildings with stretch goals!)
-A single-player campaign that tells a story about challenges, chasing dreams, and friendship
-Novel "discovery" system which lets players find secret characters, buildings, and more
-Endlessly replayable with procedurally generating elements and a single-player Elo system
-Memorable characters and charming artwork by Fariza Dzatalin
-Deep, interesting and challenging gameplay that will be frequently updated to maintain and improve gameplay balance, add features, and more
-A full original thematic rock soundtrack, including songs from other indie composers

Push the Line is planned for PC, Mac, and Linux and he's looking for $12K to make it happen. There are still 25 days to go, but he's about $10K short as of this post. There are still early bird specials available, where you can get a digital copy for $10. That's mobile game pricing on your laptop. Head over to the Kickstarter to check out all the details, see some pics, and watch some videos.

Oh, in case you're wondering, I am a backer.





Sheep, Dogs, Wolves Invade Android
You learn something new every day, and today it's the fact that there is a game called Sheep, Dogs and Wolves. Released in 2012 it's a 2-player abstract tile-laying game and someone likes it enough to digitize it. It has just been released for Android.

Here's the blurb from it's BGG page:

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Sheep, Dogs and Wolves, invented by Néstor Romeral Andrés and his daugther Elena (at age 4), is a tile-laying game for two players (sheep and wolf) who share a common pool of rectangular pieces depicting a sheep, a dog and a wolf, in that order. The sheep player must save as many sheep as possible, while the wolf must feast on those sheep. Chomp!

Sheep, Dogs and Wolves has two types of game play:

Duel: The players play two complete games, switching roles after the first game. Whoever saves more sheep wins.
Bid: Before the game starts, players take turns make increasing bids as to how many sheep they think they can save. The player who passes first plays the wolf; the other player must save at least as many sheep as he bid to win.
To start play, place one tile on the table. Players, starting with the sheep, alternate placing tiles on the table, with each tile needing to fit in an imaginary square grid and being adjacent to at least one already-placed tile. Once all tiles have been placed, the game ends.

To score, first place a counter on each wolf that has at least two dogs orthogonally adjacent to it; these wolves are "scared" of the dogs and won't eat sheep. Next, place a counter on each sheep adjacent at least to one uncovered wolf; these sheep have been eaten by the wolves. Count each uncovered sheep; these sheep are safe, and the total number of safe sheep is the sheep player's score.


The digital title has pass-and-play multiplayer as well as solo play vs. an AI. Did I mention it only cost $2? Follow the link to Google Play to pick it up.

- Sheep, Dogs, and Wolves for Android, $2



I Suck at Through the Ages
This isn't really news, but I'm terrible at Through the Ages: A New Story of Civilization. I've always known I sucked, but playing in the online beta on my iPad has only cemented my reputation as a complete and utter pushover.







Despite the fact that I can't tell my Napoleons from my Shakespeares, I am absolutely loving having TtA on my iPad. Combining excellent gameplay with fun graphics and sounds, as well as an incredibly intuitive UI is making TtA a joy to play.

I had previously thought that CGE had reached the pinnacle of what a board game could be on a tablet with Galaxy Trucker, but they might outdo themselves with TtA.

If I find anything else exciting, I'll be sure to pass it along unless the NDA police at CGE find m...<gunshot>
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Catan: Universe Appears on Steam
I launched Steam today to see a surprise on the Popular New Releases list. Catan: Universe seems to usher in a relaunch of Catan on digital platforms.

The games is free to download but there is a cost to unlock the full game once you’ve started. The description mentions that soon the game will be available on Mac, iOS, and Android (currently it is PC only). The subtitle “Universe” seems to refer to a couple things. First, there seems to be an avatar system and some sort of player village. Second, the game features Catan and the expansions as well as the card game Rivals. This seems like a bold new step for the digital version that has been fairly stagnant for a few years now.

This new version is developed by Exozet who also did some of the recent digital HABA games. Head to Steam to see the trailer and check out some screenshots below. This is all we know for now but I’m going to dig around and see what else I can discover.





Terra Mystica Updated with Sire Losealot and More
Terra Mystica has had a wild week on the app store. The reactions have been mostly positive to this behemoth of a digital board game.

In true Digidiced style, an update has already been released for the game. The update addresses a few AI issues, which has been one of the major complaints. Check out the full list:





Hey That’s My Fish Saved from the 64Bit Apocalypse
One of my favorites, Hey That’s My Fish from FFG was on the iOS 11 chopping block, but no longer! On Twitter earlier this week FFG revealed that the app is good to go.





Man O' War: Corsair - Warhammer Naval Battles
Whilst discovering the mysterious Catan mentioned at the top of this article, I saw this interesting Warhammer Fantasy game. These naval battles look pretty wild.

I don’t know much about this game so far, but I’m looking forward to getting a closer look. It is available on Mac and PC and has overall positive reviews.

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Card Thief is Coming to Android Tomorrow
Card Thief is an amazing card based stealth game. It’s been a hit on iOS and tomorrow the Android platform is getting in on the action.

If you are an Android user, be sure to pick up this game when it hits tomorrow. You won’t be disappointed.





Dave’s Through the Ages Beta Impressions
Dave has had his hands on a beta for Through the Ages for a week now, lucky dog. Actually, I’m a moron who can barely comprehend Terra Mystica, so maybe I should give myself some time to recover first.

Over at Stately Play, Dave has put together a full preview of the Beta, so head there for full details. That being said, I’ll post some of the cool screenshots he’s been taking below:





Millennium Blades Randomizer Updated
Are you a fan of the amazing meta masterpiece that is Millennium Blades? Did you know the official Level 99 website features a digital randomizer? I didn’t!

A recent update has made it even better. Be sure to head on over and check it out.





Terra Mystica Gets the Greenlight
Terra Mystica just released Wednesday on iOS and Android, but the Digidiced team is not resting on their laurels.

Yesterday they announced that Terra Mystica has been greelit for Steam. That means in around 3 weeks, you’ll be able to get in some mystical terraforming on PC. Lucky!

To track the progress, be sure to follow their Greenlight page.




Sentinels of Earth Prime Could Go Digital
Sentinels of Earth Prime is a new cooperative game based on the rules of Sentinels of the Multiverse. If the stretch goals are hit, it will also come to digital platforms, being developed by Handelabra.



The board game appears to be a partnership between Green Ronin and Greater Than Games. It takes the bones of Sentinels and lays on the characters from Mutants and Masterminds. This seems like a dream partnership.

They’ve already hit their funding goal, but there is still a ways to go before it gets a digital version. Come check out the project..



Carrier Deck Seeks Beta Testers
Slitherine, providers of crunchy wargaming goodness, are looking for testers for their next iOS title.

Carrier Deck seems to be a management sim about overseeing an aircraft carrier, not a sweet deck building game as I had hoped. It actually looks like an interesting take on iOS strategy gaming.

If interested, you can apply for the beta on the Slitherine website.
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Release and First Look: Terra Mystica

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