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Android News: Ascension for Android (and PC) Kickstarter Live

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It has previously been mentioned here last week by David Neumann that
Stone Blade Entertainment would be starting their Kickstarter project for an Android version of their deck building game Ascension: Chronicle of the Godslayer. Well, their Kickstarter is now live. It can be found at: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1965800643/ascension-onl.... In addition to the Android version, this Kickstarter also covers a PC release of the game.


Some of the highlights:

Online Tournaments
They describe that they want to build the back end to support online tournaments, both casual events or larger high profile tournaments.

Campaign Mode versus AI
Not everyone may be interested in online tournaments, but they are also going to be providing an AI with a campaign mode if you want to go solo.

Free to Download the Base game
They are looking to provide the ability to have anyone get started by playing the base game for free.

Rewards There are many different reward levels that provide both digital and physical promo cards, decks, or expansions. Also available are shirts, art, and more. Check out the Kickstarter page for all the details.


This is a rather fast campaign for them, and is only slated to last 10 days. Their goal is $125,000. As of my writing of this, they are at 50,000. Stone Blade Entertainment mentions that they have received countless comments via Twitter, Facebook and elsewhere asking when Ascension was coming to Android. A successful campaign for them will provide the answer to that question which would be "By the end of 2013."
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Multiplatform Review: House of Hell

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Name: House of Hell
Device: Android, iOS
Price: $5.99
Players: 1

Based on RPG Geek Entry: House of Hell
Author: Steve Jackson
Developer: Tin Man Games

iOS App Store: http://click.linksynergy.com/fs-bin/stat?id=Smq3RC8yf5I&offe...

Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=au.com.tinmang...

Amazon App Store:http://www.amazon.com/Fighting-Fantasy-House-of-Hell/dp/B00B...

Nook Store:http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/fighting-fantasy-tin-man-gam...


Since the release of the app House of Hell, mentioned previously in this post by David Neumann, I was able to spend some quality time with this app. For those of you not familiar with House of Hell, it was originally a book which was part of the Fighting Fantasy book series. It is not just an ordinary story, but similar to the Choose Your Own Adventure books where the reader can send the paths of the story in different directions because they are presented with choices and turn to the page that continues that choice. For example:

It is a cold winter's night and you have settled down to watch some hockey and browse Board Game Geek when you hear a knock at the door. A shadowy figure with an strange tablet in his withered hands offers it towards you.

Do you take the device from him? If so turn to page 106.
If you tell him to go away saying you would rather watch hockey, turn to page 66.


In addition to the standard Choose Your Own Adventure style branching, there are some branches that require you to roll dice to choose a path for you. At the beginning of the book, you roll dice and establish your character's traits of Skill, Stamina, Luck and Fear. Later at some of the branching points, you are then prompted to roll dice to decide your fate ranging from a simple skill check to an ongoing combat against a foe. Once all the dice rolling is completed, then the story branches based on if you were successful or not.

You tell the figure you would rather watch hockey, and he becomes angry and lunges toward you with a dagger in his other hand.

Both your Attack Power and his are Skill+2D6. Each loss loses 1 Stamina.

If you are killed, turn to Page 34.
If you defeat the man turn to Page 87.


Ok, I am no Steve Jackson, but I wanted to convey how the book worked before delving into how the app stacks up. From the moment you launch the app, it is setting the stage with an opening animation complete with lightning strikes, illustrations from the original book colorized to make them pop, and suspenseful music as the credits are presented. This opening animation is not played on subsequent plays unless you want it to. The main screen of the app, is the same picture as the cover of the book, and has buttons for options, which I will explain later and a button just to start playing.

Playing the adventure, you are first asked if you want Hardcore, Medium, or Free Read Modes. Hardcore is exactly like the printed version. In Medium mode the initial die roll calculations when setting up your character are changed to give you beefier stats to start your adventure. Free play mode admits that even with the original book, you had those that would lose, and then say, "I can just back up to the last choice, and take the other option". Free play mode establishes the die rolls similar to Hardcore mode, but then gives the reader three buttons to allow them to change the action. The Heal Me option would revitalize the Stamina of the character. The Free choice button opens up the places where you roll dice to allow the reader to chose the win or lose of the roll without the dice. The third button is the Go Back button, which allows the reader to go back before the last branch of the story. In the other modes, the reader can left or right swipe back and forth to turn pages, similar to other touch screen ebook reader apps. But because of the choices, it doesn't let you go backwards before the first page of your current choice. The Go Back button overrides that and will take you back to the previous choice.

Reading the book, is like I had said earlier, similar to other e-reader apps, with a swipe from right to left to advance the page. Settings in the app also allow you to change the size and font of the text. Beside the content of the text, the mood is also carried with the background music and sound effects. You can turn both off in the settings. The music itself is not overly annoying, or harsh, but instead a lightly creepy melody, in my opinion similar to the background music from the 7th Guest. Illustrations shown in the text can be clicked on to see the picture full sized. When the dice rolling for combat happens, up pops your character sheet to track the damage, as the dice are cast right on the screen. Win or loss results are tracked for you.

Overall, I think this app is nicely done. With all I have described so far, it probably would have made my opinion average at this point. But they went further... It has an achievements screen that you earn as you explore the text. That way even wrong turns are worth something, and if the correct solution is found, there is some additional replay if you want to explore the other possibilities. Similar to the achievements screen, there is also an art gallery that shows the illustrations you have passed so far in the story. Also included are a History of the Fighting Fantasy series, and Steve Jackson's back story about House of Hell. Lastly, there is a setting that just seems to tickle a nostalgic spot within me, to turn on the Retro Look. This turns the colored illustrations back to the original line drawings, and displays the text on a different background to make it look as if you are flipping the yellowed pages of a well worn paperback.



The Good:
There is a lot of good points in this app In portrait orientation, the app looks great, and has no noticeable problems in its workings. The extras, like the achievements, art gallery, background material, and the retro look, are features that the developer didn't have to do, but went that extra mile.

The Bad:
While I do think very highly of this app, it is not perfect. After seeing some of the screenshots of the iPad version in the David Neumann's news article, showing a two page landscape orientation, I also tried that on the Android version. While it does show that similar orientation and the text and illustrations look ok, the background looks very pixelated. It also has some strange pink artifact when changing pages that is not present in a portrait orientation. While I know there will be differences between platforms, this does not look intentional, instead something that needs fixed.
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Summary:
The theme of this app/book is a suspense/horror theme, not overly graphic in either the text or the illustration, but along the same detail as playing Arkham Horror or Betrayal at House on the Hill. If you don't care for that style, this might not be for you. Otherwise, if you are a fan of the Fighting Fantasy series, you should find that the developers did not give this title short shrift. Personally, I really liked this app. Both from a look and feel perspective, and for the abundance of features they included. I also enjoyed the gameplay, as I had the Choose Your Own Adventure books in my childhood, but I had not seen that combined with the RPG style dice rolling. Something definitely worth spending time with, and due to the achievements screen, that should allow some added replay than a Choose Your Own Adventure would not provide.

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Quick Note:
I do want to mention, if you also enjoyed this app, that Tin Man Games has other titles using a similar app system. They have already published another Fighting Fantasy book, Blood of the Zombies with more from that series on the way according to their blog. In addition, they have their own series of called Gamebook Adventures, which features eight other books, as well as some single titles. For example, there is a Judge Dredd title that uses this system.
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iOS & Android - Live Quest Game at Spiel 2012

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Are you heading to Essen for Spiel 2012 this week? If so, enjoy an interactive game with your iOS or Android device while you are there. Publisher Pegasus Spiele and developer Questor are holding an event game, playable only at the fair, which is an adaptation of Quest: A Time of Heroes.

Players create a character and then collect items such as weapons, armor, equipment, and other goodies throughout the exhibition halls by scanning QR codes found in various locations. Here's a tip: The BGG booth has one. Once your character is enhanced to your liking, go the the Pegasus Booth (Hall 6, Booth 417), to try you hand in against the Troll Chieftain in the Troll Arena, playing a board game using the collected items from the app with the possibility of winning glory and prizes.



Name:Quest: Trolljäger (Quest: Troll Hunter)

Platforms: iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch), Android

Price: Free

Language: German

iOS App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/de/app/quest-trolljager/id568076514...?

Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.questor.peg...

For more information:
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http://www.facebook.com/QuestTrolljaeger







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Android Releases: Don Quixote, Small General Eastern Front, Line Hockey, and On Stage: Action!

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Name: Don Quixote

Device: Android

Price: $0.99

Players: 1

Seller/Developer: Kris Wolff

Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=donquixote.and...

Based on BGG Entry:Don Quixote
Notes: When we last heard from this developer, Kris Wolff (BGG User:kristopherjwolff), he brought us the Android version of the abstract game RED. Now back on the Android platform with the official version of the Reinhard Staupe game, Don Quixote. Highlights the original Oliver Freudenreich artwork, and includes an unlockable expansions
From the app description:
Quote:
The official Android version of the boardgame by Reinhard Staupe!
The noble Don Quixote imagines his small principality: Knights protect its castles and borders; roads connect windmills and churches. Not all will connect in a logical way but that doesn't matter to him. He can still dream...
You have 22 tiles to place in your principality. Like Carcassonne and other path-building tile-laying games, Don Quixote requires timely decisions and risk-taking with a twist: instead of choosing where to place your next tile, the game chooses the location and you choose which tile to place there! Connect your principality's roads to protect its castles and borders with knights, and link your churches and windmills to score points.




Name: Small General Eastern Front

Device:Android

Price: $3.99

Players: 1

Seller/Developer: VR Designs

Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sgeasternf...

Based on BGG Entry:

Notes:Victor Reijkersz of VR Designs brings a hex and counter wargame of the World War II eastern front. Small General Eastern Front is a similar system to one of his previous Android apps Small General. Thanks to Owen Faraday for his write-up of this game at Pocket Tactics

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Take command of the Eastern Front 1941-1945 in this great hex and counter game.
Play either the German side or the Soviet side in the grand campaign 1941-1945 or in one of the smaller scenarios. Play with corps (German) and army (Soviet) sized units and 1 month turns. Features include: mud and winter seasons, production, partisans, raw materials, oil, diverse landscapes and challenging AIs that can be set to multiple difficulty levels.
Hesitating to buy? Check out the free DEMO version of the previous Small General game first.
Game Features:
-Great solo challenge against a capable and cunning AI (or AI+ or AI++).
-Historical units including Rifle, Shock Armies, Panzer Corps and even SS units.
-Manage resources carefully to keep your war machine rolling -Raw materials and oil
production matter!
-A variety of smaller scenarios as well for some quick strategic action (Leningrad,
Stalingrad, Moscow).
-Several accurate and dynamic historical events modeling things like the initial Soviet
shock in 1941 and German initial lack of preparation for winter warfare.
-Very suitable for tablet play too. Not only phones!
-Hotseat gaming possible as well – now it’s possible to review the enemy’s previous
turn.
-Play as either the Germans or Soviets.
-Minor Axis Nations (Hungarians, Romanians, Italians and Finnish) simulated as well.
-Simulates corps level combat throughout the whole Eastern Front from 1941 to
1945 - Win quickly or see the tables turn as Soviet production slowly builds up.
Game Requirements:
-Android 2.3 or later
-Minimum 480x800 screen resolution on your phone or tablet is advised.
-If in doubt use the free Small General DEMO to check how your phone handles the game before buying it




Name:Line Hockey

Device: Android

Price: Free

Players: 1 or 2

Seller/Developer: Aitimo

Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.aitimo.hoc...

Notes:The developer Aitimo is a member of the forum XDA Developers where this game was announced. This game is a back and forth pull of movement where two players try to move the chip into the goal of the opposing player. One player versus AI, or two players.

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Line Hockey is two-player game in which players take turns make moves. You can move in 8 directions. Can not go on the marked line. From the marked chips can rebounding, this gives an extra turn. You can bounce from the boards. You can bounce some time. The player will lose if he does not remain variants to move. Goal of the game to score a the puck in gate of the opponent. Guard its gates.
Play together, or play vs. computer. Good luck on the field!




Name: On Stage: Action!

Device: Android

Price: $1.28

Players: 2-10

Seller/Developer: Rifo

Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=it.rifo.onstag...

Notes: On Stage: Action! is a party game. Players try to perform a secret that they are shown. The trick is - to not have the other players suspect you are doing so. The different roles the players can choose from determine how to execute that secret.


From the app description:
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Are you looking for an idea for your party?
Play at "On Stage: Action!"
Are you looking for an exciting evening with your friends, an idea for your party?
Is your business dinner boring or your school day endless?
Play at "On Stage: Action!"
Act as actor and director and shoot more scenes than others!
But beware: nobody has to guess that you are acting (if you are an Actor) or directing (if you are a Director)!
Select the length of the game, then everyone chooses her scene secretly.
You can select easy, normal, challenging scenes and if you want to act as an Actor or as a Director.
You can select scenes of type "voice" and of type "mime".
Pay attention: do not let others see your choices!
As soon as everyone has their scene, a countdown starts and the game begins.
Now, you can leave "On Stage: Action!" and go on with your normal activities.
Go eating, play something else, go working, follow the teacher, but...
...don't forget you're still playing!

Take the smartphone, start again "On Stage: Action!" and select the icon: "Scene Completed".

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Android Releases: Levée en Masse and Mutton

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Name: Levée en Masse

Device: Android, Already on iOS

Price: $2.99

Players: 1

Seller/Developer: Victory Point Games

Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=air.com.victor...

Based on BGG Entry: Levée en Masse
Notes:Victory Point Games follows up their first Android app Loot and Scoot with their latest offering featuring the French Revolution, Levée en Masse, designed by John Welch (BGG User - professorwelch).

From the app description:
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Grab a musket, and join the Levée en Masse! Roll your way to liberté!
This solitaire game, suitable for group and classroom cooperative game play, tells the story of the French Revolution through its key events and decision points. You must stop the advances of foreign armies and the counter-revolutionary forces within France itself to defend the virtues of Republicanism.
Can you suppress the forces of Monarchy and Despotism to maintain the Republican spirit in France? Can you export the revolution by liberating neighboring states and granting them their liberty? Will you be able to keep order in Paris as it suffers from riot after riot? Enlist today, grab your musket and a banner, and join the Levée en Masse! Roll your way to liberté!






Name: Mutton

Device: Android

Price: Free

Players: 1 player versus AI

Seller/Developer: Maxim Matyushenko (BGG User - maxdk9)

Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=mazzy.android....

Based on BGG Entry: Mutton
Notes: Mutton, also available in its physical form by nestorgames, is a two player deduction game designed by Cameron Browne (BGG User - camb) and Stephen Tavener (BGG User - mrraow). Maxim Matyushenko's Android version pits the player against the AI of the computer in three difficulty settings.

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Mutton is a game of bluff, deduction, and berserk farmers with AK-45s. Mutton is puzzle board game like catan or carcassonne, but with elements of deduction and farmyard intrigue.
The wolves have infiltrated the flock; in deep disguise, they start eating the sheep one by one. Can the farmer with his trusty rifle find and kill the wolves, before all the sheep be reduced to mutton?
So try keep your sheeps as Farmer or quickly eat all animals as Wolf.
Your can play against AI as Farmer or as Wolf.
Creators of the board game are Stephen Tavener and Cameron Browne
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Android Release: Big Top

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Name: Big Top

Device: Android

Launch Price: $0.99

Players: 1 Player versus 2-5 AI Opponents

Seller/Developer: Joshua Buergel

Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.houseofsla...

Based on BGG Entry: Big Top
Notes: Game Developer, App Developer, and BGG User Joshua Buergel (jbuergel) has released the official Android version of the APE Games card game Big Top. Released on Aug 15th, this app has a small footprint (160 K) and supports being installed to the SD card, if your phone has one.


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Big Top, which was inspired by the classic card game Fan Tan, is a quick and easy-to-learn card game in which players take the role of aspiring circus owners. The winner of the game will be the player who invests in the most popular circus acts and earns the most money by helping his fellow players when they call for certain circus acts to be played.

Featuring a tutorial, quick card play, a stout AI, an achievement system and multiple choices for the number of players, Big Top is a great choice for casual card players. This version of Big Top also features the wonderful art from the original card game. Learn more about the card game at http://www.apegames.com/bigtop_new.html.
Game design: Ray Mulford
Artwork: Alessandra Cimatoribus
Original publication: APE Games (http://www.apegames.com/)
Computer implementation by: Joshua Buergel






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Android Release: RED

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Name: RED

Device: Android

Launch Price: $0.99

Players: 1 to 3 (Human or AI)

Multiplayer: Pass and Play

Seller/Developer: Kris Wolff

Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=red.android

Based on BGG Entry: RED
Notes: In June, game designer and BGG user Kris Wolff(kristopherjwolff) asked BGG users to beta test the official Android version of the abstract strategy game RED by nestorgames. It is now out of beta and available to the public.

Just a tip, there are a lot of different apps, books, and movies in the Google Play store with the word "RED" in the title, making this app hard to find when searching for it. Follow the url and as long as you are logged into your Google account, clicking the Buy button allows you to remotely install on your selected device.

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The official Android version of the nestorgames board game designed by Néstor Romeral Andrés.
Play with friends or against the AI!
RED is a three-colored tile-laying game for three players. The three colors in the game are black, white, and red, and each player will be a different color. Each tile has a background color and a different-colored circle in the middle.
Players place tiles trying to connect groups of their border color and groups of their circle color.



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Neuroshima Hex for Android Released

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Name: Neuroshima Hex

Device: Android

Launch Price: $2.99

Players: 1 to 4 (Human or AI)

Multiplayer: Pass and Play

Seller/Developer: Big Daddy's Creations

Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bdc.nh

Based on BGG Entry: Neuroshima Hex!
Notes: Developer for Neuroshima Hex and BGG user Łukasz Łazarecki (b005t3r) has been very active posting countless forum messages updating BGG on the status of both the Android and iOS versions of the game. Big thumbs up to him for not only developing the game, but also keeping us well informed.

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Neuroshima Hex is a fast paced, tactical board game where up to 4 players (human or AI) lead their troops to victory. Every player controls one of the four armies struggling for influence and survival in the world destroyed in a 30 years long war.

FEATURES
- Official Neuroshima Hex game with original artwork
- 4 different armies with unique strategies
- Up to 4 players (human or AI)
- 3 AI difficulty levels
- In-game tutorial & manual
- Tons of gameplay
- Easy to learn, hard to master



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Android Release: Goblin Market

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Name: Goblin Market

Device: Android

Launch Price: $0.99

Players: 1 Player vs 3 AI

Multiplayer: No

Seller/Developer: Brian Newtz

Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.newtzgames...

Based on BGG Entry: Goblin Market

Notes: Brian Newtz (datac0re on BGG) has released his Android app version of the card game Goblin Market, an auction game by P.D. Magnus (pmagnus on BGG) that uses the Decktet card game system.

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Goblin Market is a unique, addictive card game with an amazing amount of depth!
Players take turns bidding on auctions of 1 to 3 cards.
There are six suits available and each card may have one or two suits. You only score points for the top three suits you possess at the end of the game, and LOSE points for any others, so be careful what you bid for or you may find yourself at the bottom of the scoreboard!
At the start of the game the goblins will help by giving you coins to get started, but as the game progresses they get more reluctant to part with their hard-earned wealth. Once that happens, you'll have to rely on the other players for more coins.

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Android Release: Korean War for Nook

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Name: Korean War

Device: Nook

Launch Price: $1.59

Players: 1-2

Multiplayer: Pass and Play

Seller/Developer: DK Simulations

Barnes and Noble Nook App: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/korean-war-dk-simulations/11...

VGG Entry: http://www.videogamegeek.com/videogame/111835/korean-war

Notes: The Nook Color and Nook Tablet are both devices that run Android behind the scenes of their e-reader. The Nook devices use Barnes and Noble's own store for selling apps instead of the Google Play Store, meaning that developers have to release their apps to the Nook Store if they want their apps to appear on those devices, regardless of if it has already been released to Google Play.

DK Simulations, developer of a series of wargames for Android has released their first game, Korean War, as an app for the Nook. Korean War is already available on the Google Play and Amazon App Stores. According to David Kershaw (kerpob2) of DK Simulations, their other apps Rommel in Africa,Napoleonics: Quatre Bras, and Napoleonics: Waterloo are planned to make their way to the Nook as well.

Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dk.koreafu...

Amazon App Store: http://www.amazon.com/DK-Simulations-Korean-War/dp/B006C6I7V...


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